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William Schouler, A history of Massachusetts in the Civil War: Volume 2, Chapter 12: Norfolk County. (search)
ing, among whom were William Aspinwall, Amos A. Lawrence, Captain Selfridge, U. S. N., and Moses B. Williams. On motion of Wilder Dwight, a committee of seven was appointed to prepare a plan for thebe, in the foremost rank. The military committee was composed of the following gentlemen: Moses B. Williams, James A. Dupee, Marshall Stearns, William K. Melcher, Nathaniel Lyford, Thomas B. Hall, Ttown-hall was given for the purposes of drilling. June 13th, A special meeting was held. Moses B. Williams, chairman of the military committee, read a report, giving a detailed statement of what thtary Fund. The following named gentlemen were chosen the military committee for the year: Moses B. Williams, James A. Dupee, Marshall Stearns, Thomas B. Hall, Thomas Parsons, William Aspinwall, Will upon his records the proceedings of the citizens' meetings held on the 9th and 12th of July. Mr. Williams from the military committee, being called upon, made a verbal report showing that they had en