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William Schouler, A history of Massachusetts in the Civil War: Volume 2, Chapter 10: Middlesex County. (search)
. In 1861, Benjamin C. Sargeant, mayor; Samuel T. Manahan, Jonathan P. Folsom, James Watson, William G. Morse, Hocum Hosford, Aldis L. Waite, Sager Ashworth, William S. Gardner, aldermen. In 1862, Hocum Hosford, mayor; Mertoun C. Bryant, Edwin A. Alger, James B. Francis, William A. Burke, Isaac F. Scripture, Aldis L. Waite, Albert Wheeler, Jonathan P. Folsom, aldermen. In 1863, Hocum Hosford, mayor; James B. Francis, Edwin A. Alger, Abiel Pevey, William A. Burke, Isaac F. Scripture, Otis AEdwin A. Alger, Abiel Pevey, William A. Burke, Isaac F. Scripture, Otis Allen, Albert Wheeler, William Nichols, aldermen. In 1864, Hocum Hosford, mayor; William S. Southworth, James B. Francis, Dana B. Gore, William T. McNeill, George W. Norris, George Runels, Cyrus H. Latham, George F. Richardson, aldermen. In 1865, Josiah G. Peabody, mayor; Edward F. Watson, George W. Morris, Dana B. Gove, William T. McNeill, Henry H. Wilder, Josiah Gates, Cyrus H. Latham, William Brown, aldermen. The city-clerk during all the years of the war was John H. McAlvin. The city-tr