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William Schouler, A history of Massachusetts in the Civil War: Volume 2, Chapter 12: Norfolk County. (search)
ton, linen, and flannel, some of which accompanied nearly every contribution; nor wine, jellies, and other delicacies so necessary in a hospital, of which every box contained more or less. A similar society existed in South Dedham, of whose labors we regret we have been unable to obtain a statement. A soldiers' Memorial Hall has been erected by the town of Dedham, which was appropriately dedicated Sept. 29, 1868. A splendid copy of Stuart's painting of Washington, in Faneuil Hall, by Alvan Fisher, Esq., of Dedham, was given by his widow, Mrs Lydia E. Fisher, to hang in its appropriate place in the Memorial Hall. Dorchester Incorporated Sept. 7, 1630. Annexed to the city of Boston, June 4, 1869. Population in 1860, 9,769; in 1865, 10,729. Valuation in 1860, $10,880,383; in 1865, $12,521,038. The selectmen in 1861, 1862, and 1863 were Ebenezer Eaton, Edward H. R. Ruggles, Lewis F. Pierce; in 1864 and 1865, James H. Upham, William Pope, William Henry Swan. The town-cle
Merrill sick in quarters and George K. Putnam finger jammed badly. Nov. 24. George K. Putnam sick in quarters. Nov. 25. George K. Putnam, A. A. Blandin and Franklin Ward sick in quarters. One horse died of * * Nov. 26. George K. Putnam, Charles E. Prince and A. N. Merrill sick. Nov. 27. James Dwight, Charles E. Woodiss, J. L. W. Thayer, S. A. Hanson sick in quarters. George M. Dixon sent to Emory Hospital. Nov. 28. Franklin Ward and George K. Putnam sick in quarters. A. B. Fisher assigned to extra duty since Sept. 9, 1862 (?) by Major Munroe, by request of Captain * * Nov. 29. Prince sick in quarters. Nov. 30. Prince returned to duty. Dec. 1. Sergt. Woodfin sent to Post Hospital. Corp'l Starkweather sick in quarters. J. J. Woodard deserted Nov. 7, 1862. Dec. 2. Three wagoners, Chas. E. Bruce, Alvin Abbott and F. A. Chase detailed on extra duty. Dec. 3. Corp'l Starkweather returned to duty. Dec. 4. One horse died of inflammation of the bowels.