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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 2 4 0 Browse Search
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William Schouler, A history of Massachusetts in the Civil War: Volume 2, Chapter 10: Middlesex County. (search)
nty to nine-months volunteers to two hundred dollars. October 13th, The mayor communicated to the city council that the quotas of Charlestown had been filled. October 27th, Twenty thousand dollars were appropriated for the relief of soldiers and their families. 1863. March 3d, The treasurer was authorized to borrow six thousand dollars to supply the deficiency in the amount expended in recruiting the city's quota of troops during the last year. September 21st, A memorial signed by Horatio Wellington and others was received, asking that the city purchase a lot in Woodlawn Cemetery for the burial of deceased soldiers belonging to Charlestown, the same to be properly graded and adorned; referred to a committee 1864. April 11th, The treasurer was authorized to borrow not exceeding ten thousand dollars for the payment of bounties to volunteers under the new call of the President for more men. July 25th, Voted, to pay each person whose name is borne upon the list of enrolled citizens
um, A. O., Dracut. Varnum, Daniel, Dracut. Wales. Atherton, Randolph. Wales, Mrs. T. C., Boston. Wales, Thos. C., Boston. Walker, Wm. L., Braintree. Walley, Stephen, Williamstown. Ward, David F., Athol. Ward, Edward Everett, Boston. Ward, J. S., Montague. Warren, Edw., Commonwealth. Warren, Eli, Upton. Warren, J. Sullivan, State. Warren, Wm. Wilkins, Boston. Warren, Wm., Brighton. Washburn, Cyrus, Weymouth. Waters, Harvey, Northbridge. Wellington, Horatio, Charlestown. Wells, Parker, Middleton. Wells, Jerome, Chicopee. Wenzell, Henry, Brookline. Wenzell, Henry B., Brookline. Weston, G. B., Duxbury. Weston, Mrs. G. B., Duxbury, and 140 other ladies of Duxbury. Wheelwright, W. D., Newbury. Wheelwright, J. W., Newbury. Whicher, Mrs. John D., Quincy. Whicher, Paul, Ashby. Whitcomb, Francis E., Somerville. White, Ambrose H., Dorchester. White, Nelson D., Winchendon. White, James, Williamstown. Wh
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 2, Index of names of persons. (search)
Weeks, E. C., 150 Weeks, G. M., 729 Wehrun, C. C., 368 Welgand, Frederick, 368 Welr, Thomas, 368 Weiss, J., 729 Welch, Archelaus, 368 Welch, C. P., Navy, 162 Welch, C. P., 39th Mass. Inf., 368 Welch, F. M., 368, 496 Welch, H. B., 368 Welch, Richard, 500 Weld, A. D., 150 Weld, F. M., 150, 496 Weld, H. N., 232 Weld, R. H., 368 Weld, S. M., 200, 232, 452, 564, 729 Weller, E. J., 368 Weller, I. C., 368 Welles, Gideon, 730 Welles, H. C., 368 Wellington, E. W., 368 Wellington, Horatio, 586 Wellman, C. C., 368 Wellock, C. H., 368 Wells, C. B., 452, 482, 564 Wells, C. C., 150 Wells, D. L., 368 Wells, D. W., 368 Wells, G. D., 200, 232, 452, 564, 730 Wells, Gideon, 368 Wells, H. M., 150 Wells, H. W., 160 Wells, Jerome, 585 Wells, Parker, 685 Wells, T. R., 368, 452, 564 Wells, W. L., 368 Wells, W. M., 368 Welsh, Thomas, 150 Welton, Henry, 150 Wentworth, G. E., 496 Wentworth, H. A., 369 Wentworth, J. C., 150 Wentworth, L. E., 369 Wenzell, H. B., 585