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Ellis G. Kellogg, Son of Moses Kellogg.

I was born in Hadley Mass. Feb, 9, 1846
Feb. 23 1864 I enlisted into the service of the U.S. for three years or during the war. I joined the 27 reg. of Mass. vol. March 4 I went to Gallops Island Boston…

Ramsdell.
Robinson. {Robertson.}
Sanford Hendrick. {Died Dec 4 1867, at Chicopee}
Frank Johnson.
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Frank Caldwell.
Chas. Searles. {Died at Springfield Dec 23 1864}
John H. Bartlett.
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Porter.
Phillips.…

Davis M Martin
Died at {unreadable} Sunday
{unreadable} 7 1862 Aged 20 years
as {unreadable} of {unreadable} Reg NH Vol

This Alphabet contains the names of all those residents of Chicopee who volunteered, or were by draft held, to the military service of the United States, during the years 1861-2-3-4-5

In the latter part of the Record, may be found a list of Naval…

Adams, Marcellus M. 91.
Aitcheson, John S. 90.
Adams, Henry S. 20.
Alden, George J. 106.
Adams, John C. 23.
Acres, Horace H. 114
Arbuckle, Frederic 34.
Armitage, James W. 266.
Abbey, Abner M. 275
Atkins, William H.
Alden, Albert s.…

Tenth Regiment of Infantry-Mass. Vols.

In response to a proclamation, issued by President Lincoln May 3rd 1861, calling for a force of volunteers to serve for three years, unless sooner discharged, and in conformity with a General Order, issued by…

J. Albert Winn {16} Co.---I
Napoleon Trudeau {---} " "
Austin Cook {---} " "
William H. Atkins {---} " "
Edwin F. Griffin {44} " "
Charles A. Smith…

coolly formed on the ground and became again a perfect regiment, minus its missing members. During the entire afternoon the regiment was actively engaged, and received from Gen. Keyes; the Corps Commander, and Gen. Devens, the brigade Commander, much…

distance of thirty two miles, in twenty four hours. October 22nd they marched back to Cherry Run Ford, on the 25th and 26th to Downsville, and on the 30th and 31st to Berlin, Maryland. November 2nd, they crossed the Potomac at the last-named place…

June 23rd, an order was received from headquarters of the army, calling for one hundred and twenty five men to guard a valuable commissary train to Gainesville; a high compliment to the regiment, and the duty important and dangerous, as this was the…