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CCD-1875-6.448.pdf
Streets, Etc., In Chicopee.



Abbey, from junction of West, Center and Hampden, to Kimball.
Ash, from Center, opposite Chestnut, to
South.
Bullens, from Exchange to School,
between Chestnut and West.
Cabot, from Front south to…

CCD-1875-6.490-491.pdf
A. M. MOORE, Exchange Street, opp. Miller Street,

490 CHICOPEE DIRECTORY.

Summers James, house 42 Exchange street
Surprenant John, carpenter, house near Chicopee house

TAIT GEORGE C., milkman, house old Willimansett road
Tait James,…

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Sumner H. Bodfish
Born in Chicopee Falls_Son of Simeon C. Bodfish_By occupation a Clerk_Single_At the age of 18, in Sept. 1862, enlisted for 9 months in the 46th Reg. Massachusetts Inf. Vol’s_Assigned to Company “D”_Rank Private with no…

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Sumner L. Smith
Born in Winchester, N.H._Son of Eli K. Smith,_by occupation a Machinist,_Married,_at the age of 30 enlisted for nine months in the 46th Regiment of Infantry, Mass. Vols._Company D._Mustered into service September 25th, 1862.
He took…

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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…

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The Draft of 1864
On the 20th day of May a draft was commenced at Springfield for Chicopee, and continued subsequently on June 10th, June 20th, and July 9th._The names were drawn in the following order, and the persons disposed of as specified…

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Theodore Basterdus
Born in Chicopee. Son of Ferdinand Basterdus. By occupation a Machinist. Single. At the age of 18, on Jan’y 26, 1864, enlisted for 3 years in the 25th Reg. N.Y. Vols. Cavalry, Company “B”.
Mustered into service on Feb.…

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page 777 of infantry list showing Tracy and listing two Medals of Honor

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Thirty-Seventh Regiment of Infantry-Mass. Vols. Chronology
ON the 1st. of July, 1862, President Lincoln called for 300.000 more volunteers for the war; and accordingly Governor Andrew made a requisition on the several towns of Massachusetts for…