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Abbott, Dr. S. W. Assistant Surgeon U.S.S. Niagara resigns his commission. 06/10/1864
Army CorrespondenceLetter from A. B. Wyman 59th Reg. Letter from B.S. Cutter 16th Reg. Geo. E. Fowle 39th Reg. 05/27/1864
Army Notes--- 08/12/1864
Army NotesLetter from Florida. 03/18/1864
Army NotesLetter from Florida. 04/18/1864
Army NotesLetter from 10th Conn. 05/13/1864
Army NotesLetter from 10th Conn. 05/27/1864
Army NotesLetter from 10th Conn. 06/03/1864
Army NotesLetter from 10th Conn. 06/10/1864
Army NotesLetter from 10th Conn. 06/24/1864
Army NotesLetter from 10th Conn. 07/01/1864
Army NotesLetter from 10th Conn. 07/15/1864
Bennett, Rev. Mr. Resigns his pastorate at Lockport, N.Y. 05/27/1864
Bournique, LouisDrowned in Horn Pond. 08/19/1864
Bruce, JohnFormerly member 8th Battery drowned in Back Bay buried in Woburn. 07/01/1864
Civil WarMuch concerning in. 1864
Clement DowR. R. Engineer, captured by the Rebels in Louisiana; released on his way north. He was formerly Engineer on the Woburn Branch. 03/11/1864
Cole, Peter OglefieVolunteer under the last call for troops, Co. M, 1st Mass. Cav d. at Readville, Jan. 19, 1864. 02/12/1864
Conn, Charles K.Sergt. Major, 39th Massachusetts who was reported killed at the battle of Spottsylvania Court House, May 8th , is a prisoner at Richmond, Virginia. Letter from to George H. Conn. 07/22/1864
Conn, Charles K.Letter to his Uncle Horace Conn.08/19/1864
Conn, Charles K.Paroled. 09/02/1864
Converse, JesseObituary. 07/22/1864
Cormick, JohnColor bearer 33rd Massachusetts. Death of. 06/03/1864
Cutter, Dr. BenjaminDeath of. Sketch of. 03/11/1864
Cutter, Dr. BenjaminFuneral of.03/18/1864
Cutter, Dr. BenjaminResolutions.04/01/1864
Cutter, Benjamin S. Sergt. Co. E., 16th Mass. Death of. 06/24/1864
Doherty, PeterCo. K, 39 Massachusetts military funeral. 05/27/1864
Eaton, Cyrus A. Co. K, 39 Massachusetts. Death of. Funeral of. 06/03/1864
Eleventh MassachusettsReturn home. Woburn men in the regiment. 06/24/1864
Fay, Rev. EliInstalled pastor, Unitarian Church. 04/15/1864
Fifth MassachusettsCo K., Stoneham Company . Letter from. 09/02/1864
Fifty-ninth Massachusetts (Veterans)Last of Woburn Men in this Regiment. 04/22/1864
Fifty-ninth Massachusetts (Veterans)Letter from Gould’s veterans.05/06/1864
Fifty-ninth Massachusetts (Veterans)Letter from Gould’s veterans.06/10/1864
Fifty-ninth Massachusetts (Veterans)Letter from Gould’s veterans.06/24/1864
First MassachusettsReturn home. Some Woburn Men in this Regiment. 05/27/1864
Gilcreast, JohnOrderly sergeant Co. K, 39th Mass. at home on 40 days furlough. 06/17/1864
Greenwood, A. “Starvation” case. 06/17/1864
Healy, SamuelCorp. Co. C, 25th Massachusetts. Funeral of. 07/08/1864
Hodges, Lieut. Col. John59th Massachusetts. Obituary. 08/05/1864
Hoskins, William H. Co. K, 39th Massachusetts. Death of. 06/10/1864
Kelley, JohnCo. D, 2d Mass. Heavy Artillery missing since the late battle at Newbern. 02/19/1864
King, Rev. Thomas StarrObituary.03/11/1864
Kinsley, Lieut J. G. Commanding Co K, 39th Mass. at home on furlough. 02/12/1864
McCarthy Rev Fr. Pastor Catholic Church has removed to Watertown, Rev. John Qualy appointed as his successor. 02/12/1864
McLaughlin, Mrs. MaryDied age 97 years.03/18/1864
Massachusetts Regiments, The Returned13th, 14th (1st Heavy Artillery), 16th, 17th. Woburn men in these regiments. 07/29/1864
Merriam Eben Biographical sketch of.04/01/1864
Merriam, Sergt. CharlesWoburn Union Guard. Death of.06/10/1864
Murray, SylvesterCo. K, 39th Mass. at home on 30 days furlough.06/24/1864
Nelson, Dr. JohnObituary. 03/25/1864
Norris, Arthur F.The first man to enlist under the new call for men. 02/12/1864
Osgood, Warren W. Co. G, 25th Massachusetts. Death of. 08/12/1864
Parker, John L. Proprietor of the Woburn Townsman. Editorial “To the Public.” Mr. Parker is going to enlist again, and dispose of the good will of Townsman to the Middlesex Journal. 09/02/1864
Parks, Major Edward G.35th Massachusetts. Obituary.08/26/1864
Phalanx AssociatesGave a Ball to Capt. Cyrus Tay and his associates of the 32nd Massachusetts. 02/19/1864
Qualey, Rev. JohnPastor, Catholic Church. 02/12/1864
Reed, JeffersonDied at almshouse of burn. 02/12/1864
Richardson, Miss MaryBorn in Reading, Aug. 13, 1764 died in Woburn last Sunday. Obituary. 04/01/1864
Ryan, EdwardCo. B. 1st Conn. Heavy Artillery at home; time expired. 06/03/1864
Schwab, CountSketch of. 08/12/1864
Second Massachusetts BatteryLetter from.05/06/1864
Sheehan, James22nd Massachusetts at home. 03/25/1864
Sheehan, JamesLeft for Washington. 06/24/1864
Sheehan, TimothyWoburn National Rangers died in hospital, Mitchell Station, Virginia. 03/18/1864
Sheehan, TimothyMilitary Funeral. 03/25/1864
TaxpayersThose who pay $50 and over. 08/05/1864
Tay, CyrusCaptain, Co. 32nd Mass.
at home. Attends complimentary ball given by the Phalanx Associates.
02/12/1864
Tay, CyrusLetter from. 04/18/1864
Thirty-second MassachusettsThe Woburn boys in this regiment having reenlisted returned home on furlough. 02/12/1864
Thirty-second MassachusettsLetter from.04/08/1864
Tidd, CharlesObituary. 02/19/1864
Tileston, JamesOrderly sergeant 6th New York Independent Battery, promoted, 2nd Lieut. 06/17/1864
Twelfth MassachusettsReturn home. Woburn men in this regiment. 07/08/1864
Twenty-second MassachusettsLetter from.06/10/1864
Vose, Edwin ACo K ,59th Massachusetts. Death of. 07/01/1864
Warren, B.F.Co K 39th Massachusetts died at Culpepper, Virginia, Dec. 27, 1863. Funeral in Woburn, February 7, 1864. 02/12/1864
Washington D.C.Letter From. 03/18/1864
Washington D.C.Letter From. 03/25/1864
Washington D.C.Letter From. 04/01/1864
Washington D.C.Letter From. 05/20/1864
Washington D.C.Letter From. 06/17/1864
Washington D.C.Letter From. 06/24/1864
Washington D.C.Letter From. 07/08/1864
Washington D.C.Letter From. 07/22/1864
Washington D.C.Letter From. 08/12/1864
Washington D.C.Letter From. 09/02/1864
Waterman, MaryWidow of Rev. Thomas Waterman formerly pastor of the First Baptist Church, died at Bowe, NH April 1, 1864. Obituary. 04/22/1864
Weir, 1st Sergt. Alexander G. Co I 1st Mass. Heavy Artillery discharged for disability. 06/03/1864
Winchester, Chronicles ofBook 1.02/26/1864
Woburn Brass BandCeased to exist. 05/27/1864
Woburn Company, Another---08/19/1864
Woburn DraftHow Woburn stands. 03/25/1864
Woburn DraftThe Draft. 05/13/1864
Woburn DraftList of. 05/17/1864
Woburn DraftDraft. 05/20/1864
Woburn DraftDrafted men. 05/27/1864
Woburn Enlistment in the last quotaList of. 02/19/1864
Woburn Enlistments in the last quotaEnlistments.08/26/1864
Woburn EnlistmentsList of.09/02/1864
Woburn, Enrolled Men ofMeeting of.07/29/1864
Woburn Enrolled Men ofCorrected list.08/31/1864
Woburn HearseNew one bought. 03/04/1864
Woburn Knapsack--- 02/19/1864
Woburn Knapsack--- 02/26/1864
Woburn Knapsack--- 03/04/1864
Woburn Knapsack--- 03/11/1864
Woburn Knapsack--- 03/18/1864
Woburn Knapsack--- 03/25/1864
Woburn Knapsack--- 04/08/1864
Woburn Knapsack--- 04/15/1864
Woburn Knapsack--- 04/22/1864
Woburn Knapsack--- 04/29/1864
Woburn Knapsack--- 05/06/1864
Woburn Knapsack--- 05/13/1864
Woburn Mechanic PhalanxTo recruit the company to its full membership and enlist for 100 days under the new call. 07/08/1864
Woburn Mechanic PhalanxGo into camp as Co. G, 5th Mass. Roll of.07/22/1864
Woburn Men in the Recent Battles41 Killed, Wounded & Missing. 05/17/1864
Woburn Men in the Recent BattlesLetters and lists of men. 05/20/1864
Woburn Men in the Recent Battles“Our Soldiers” additional names.05/27/1864
Woburn Mechanic Phalanx100 days men. Co. G, 5th Massachusetts. Role of. Leave Camp for the seat of War . 07/29/1864
Woburn Mechanic PhalanxIn camp near Baltimore.08/05/1864
Woburn Mechanic Phalanx100 Days Men, Co G. 5th Mass. Letter from. 08/12/1864
Woburn Mechanic Phalanx100 Days Men, Co G. 5th Mass. Letter from. 08/26/1864
Woburn Men in 32nd Mass. Reenlist. at home on Furlough. Complimentary ball given to them by the Phalanx Associates. 02/12/1864
Woburn Men in 32d Mass. Letter from the seat of war.02/19/1864
Woburn National Rangers Co K, 39th Massachusetts. Letter from. 02/12/1864
Woburn National RangersCo K, 39th Massachusetts. Letter from. 02/19/1864
Woburn National RangersCo K, 39th Massachusetts. Letter from. 03/04/1864
Woburn National RangersCo K, 39th Massachusetts. Letter from.03/11/1864
Woburn National RangersCo K, 39th Massachusetts. Letter from. 03/18/1864
Woburn National RangersCo K, 39th Massachusetts. Letter from.04/08/1864
Woburn National RangersCo K, 39th Massachusetts. Letter from.04/15/1864
Woburn National RangersCo K, 39th Massachusetts. Letter from.04/22/1864
Woburn National RangersCo K, 39th Massachusetts. Letter from.05/06/1864
Woburn National RangersCo K, 39th Massachusetts. Letter from.05/13/1864
Woburn National RangersCo K, 39th Massachusetts. Letter from.05/20/1864
Woburn National RangersCo K, 39th Massachusetts. Letter from.06/03/1864
Woburn National RangersCo K, 39th Massachusetts. Letter from.06/17/1864
Woburn National RangersCo K, 39th Massachusetts. Letter from.06/24/1864
Woburn National RangersCo K, 39th Massachusetts. Letter from.07/01/1864
Woburn National RangersCo K, 39th Massachusetts. Two letters. 07/15/1864
Woburn National RangersCo K, 39th Massachusetts.07/22/1864
Woburn National RangersLetter from.08/05/1864
Woburn National RangersLetter from.08/26/1864
Woburn National RangersLetter from.09/02/1864
Woburn National RangersList of men taken by rebels Aug. 19.09/02/1864
Woburn One Hundred Days MenList of.07/24/1864
Woburn Public SchoolsPrayer in the Public Schools.04/29/1864
Woburn Public SchoolsPrayer in the Public Schools.05/06/1864
Woburn Public SchoolsSchool question.05/13/1864
Woburn’s QuotaIn the last call for troops. 02/19/1864
Woburn, Recruiting in---08/26/1864
Woburn RelicHorse block in First parish church yard. 03/25/1864
Woburn SoldiersList of killed and wounded. 06/24/1864
Woburn SoldiersK. W., Transfers, etc. 07/01/1864
Woburn SoldiersK. W., Transfers, etc. 07/08/1864
Woburn SoldiersK. W., Transfers, etc. 07/15/1864
Woburn SoldiersK. W., Transfers, etc. 07/22/1864
Woburn SoldiersK. W., Transfers, etc. 07/26/1864
Woburn Soldiers--- 08/05/1864
Woburn Soldiers--- 08/12/1864
Woburn Soldiers--- 08/19/1864
Woburn Soldiers--- 08/26/1864
Woburn Soldiers--- 09/02/1864
Woburn SoldiersWho desire newspapers be sent them. List of. 03/18/1864
Woburn SoldiersWho desire newspapers be sent them. List of. 03/25/1864
Woburn State GuardMay training.05/06/1864
Woburn Union Guard22nd Massachusetts. Letters from. 03/25/1864
Woburn Union Guard22nd Massachusetts. Letters from 06/17/1864
Woburn Union Guard22nd Massachusetts. Letters from.06/24/1864