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William Schouler, A history of Massachusetts in the Civil War: Volume 2, Chapter 15: Worcester County. (search)
865, $1,650.00. Total amount, $8,864.30. Fitchburg Incorporated Feb. 3, 1764. Population in 1860, 7,805; in 1865, 8,119. Valuation in 1860, $3,762,529; in 1865, $4,240,252. The selectmen in 1861 were William Kimball, John P. Sabin, Rodney Wallace, Caleb W. Jaquith, William O. Brown; in 1862, Caleb W. Jaquith, Cyrus Thurston, William H. Vose, George Robbins, Alfred R. Ordway; in 1863, William H. Vose, Caleb W. Jaquith, Cyrus Thurston, Alfred R. Ordway, John P. Sabin; in 1864, Caleb W. Jaquith, Cyrus Thurston, William Kimball, Rodney Wallace, Eugene T. Miles; in 1865, Caleb W. Jaquith, Eugene T. Miles, William Kimball, William O. Brown, John W. Kimball. The town-clerk during these years was John T. Farwell. The town-treasurer, Ebenezer Torrey. 1861. A legal town-meeting was held April 7th, to consider the propriety of appropriating money in anticipation of a call being made by the President for troops to sustain the Government, at which it was voted to appropriate ten t