Charles H. Tracy Documents
Documents relating to Charles H. Tracy, a Civil War veteran from Chicopee and recipient of the Medal of Honor.
Two trimmed photographs of Charles Tracy and William Chapman Tracy, Charles Tracy's brother
Eight handwritten pages of Charles H. Tracy's genealogy
Program for dedication of Medal of Honor grave marker for Charles H. Tracy
Invitation to unveiling of Congressional Medal of Honor grave marker for Charles H. Tracy
Photograph fo Congressional Medal of Honor with accompanying letter explaning why replica medal cannot be provided
City of Chicopee grave registration for Charles H. Tracy with biographical dataopy of City of Chicopee grave registration for Charles H. Tracy with biographical data
Charles H. Tracy's obituaries from Boston Globe/Boston Evening Transcript, Somerville Journal, and Springfield Union
page 777 of infantry list showing Tracy and listing two Medals of Honor
Tintype photography of Charles H. Tracy
Order to U.S. Pension Agent to remove Charles H. Tracy from pension roll
Typed letter to Representative S.W. McCall saying that Tracy's daughter does not qualify for payment
Handwritten letter from Tracy's daughter to Representative Samuel W. McCall requesting help getting owed pension payment after Tracy's death
Typed letter to Commissioner of Pensions James L. Davenport requesting payment to Tracy's daughter after his death
Act granting pension increase to Charles H. Tracy
Statement about Charles H. Tracy's health condition written and signed by physician Nelson M Wood, M.D.
Request for information from Commissioner of Pensions
Application to increase disability pension from $8 per month
Affidavit by commanding officer about Sergeant Tracy's battle wound
Document filed in Philadelphia describing wound that resulted in disability
Surgeon's statement that Tracy was disabled due to "amputation of thigh" signed by the examining surgeon H. Lenox Hodge M.D.
Disability discharge document for Charles H. Tracy
Muster rolls for Charles H. Tracy from 1862 through 1864