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William Schouler, A history of Massachusetts in the Civil War: Volume 2, Chapter 10: Middlesex County. (search)
tating that the above offer was his own personal offer, and renewing the same. Drs. Wellington, Wyman, and Webber offered to supply medical or surgical assistance to the families of volunteers, free1 were Joseph Kelley, Ebenezer N. Blake, Stephen Dow, John Cummings, Jr., William T. Grammer, Walter Wyman, William Totman, Elbridge Trull, Edward E. Thompson; in 1862, John Cummings, Jr., Joseph Kelley, Elbridge Trull, Ebenezer N. Blake, Stephen Dow, Walter Wyman, William Totman, Edward E. Thompson, Moses A. Tyler; in 1863, John Cummings, Jr., Alpha E. Thompson, Walter Wyman, Edward E. ThompsonWalter Wyman, Edward E. Thompson, Ebenezer N. Blake, Elbridge Trull, L. G. Richardson, Moses A. Tyler, William Totman; in 1864, S. O. Pollard, Walter Wyman, William B. Harris, Edward E. Thompson, Lemuel G. Richardson, Elbridge TrullWalter Wyman, William B. Harris, Edward E. Thompson, Lemuel G. Richardson, Elbridge Trull, Alpha E. Thompson, Moses A. Tyler, William Totman; in 1865, Elbridge Trull, Samuel O. Pollard, Alpha E. Thompson, Edward E. Thompson, Moses A. Tyler, William Totman, Jacob Brown, Joseph R. Kendall,