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William Schouler, A history of Massachusetts in the Civil War: Volume 2, Chapter 8: Hampden County. (search)
W. Bond, H. N. Case, T. W. Wason, Horace Kibbe, Horace Smith, William Smith, H. S. Eveans, aldermen. In 1863, Henry Alexander, Jr., mayor; Justin M. Cooley, William Patton, William K. Baker, Daniel L. Harris, William Bodertha, Horace Smith, Virgil Perkins, Andrew J. Plumer, aldermen. In 1864, Henry Alexander, Jr., mayor; Norman W. Talcott, William Patton, Albert D. Briggs, Frederick H. Harris, Charles Barrows, Warren H. Wilkinson, Virgil Perkins, Harvey E. Moseley, aldermen. In 1865, Albert Virgil Perkins, Harvey E. Moseley, aldermen. In 1865, Albert D. Briggs, mayor; Henry S. Hyde, George R. Tormsley, Otis Childs, Frederick H. Harris, Charles Barrows, Warren H. Wilkinson, Andrew J. Plumer, aldermen. The city clerk and city treasurer in 1861 was Horace C. Lee; in 1862, Samuel B. Spooner, Jr.; in 1863, 1864, and 1865, Albert F. Folsom. Horace C. Lee resigned Oct 21, 1861, to take command of the Twenty-seventh Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers, and Henry Smith was chosen to serve the balance of the year. Samuel B. Spooner, Jr., resigned