Wooden Cabinet

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Wooden Cabinet

An Act to Allow Towns and Cities to Raise Money for Recruiting Purposes

Specifies the ways a town or city may raise money for recruiting purposes and restrictions.

Civil War Records located left unit, wooden cabinet, room 1a

Year (or year range): 
1864
Approximate era: 
1851-1900
Item is inside of:: 
Box containing Civil War Records

Letter from William Maloy Jr., dated April 7, 1865 requesting State Aid for his father's service

Letter from William Maloy, Jr., dated April 7, 1865 asking if he can draw State aid from his father without going to Warwick. William Maloy, father of William Maloy, Jr., enlisted on Dec 19, 1864 and was counted on the quota of Warwick in the 30 Regt Mass Vol Co E.

Civil War Records located left unit, wooden cabinet, room 1a

Year (or year range): 
1865
Approximate era: 
1851-1900
Item is inside of:: 
Box containing Civil War Records

Soldiers Relief - Lafayette Nelson - 1874

From City of Worcester, to Town of Warwick, 1874, stating that the guardian of Frank Lincoln Nelson has been paid on account of Lafayette Nelson.

Civil War Records located left unit, wooden cabinet, room 1a

Year (or year range): 
1874
Approximate era: 
1851-1900
Item is inside of:: 
Box containing Civil War Records

Instructions for Drafting Commissioners

Document specifies the duties of Commissioners and how they are to be carried out.

Civil War Records located left unit, wooden cabinet, room 1a

Year (or year range): 
1862
Approximate era: 
1851-1900
Item is inside of:: 
Box containing Civil War Records

General Order, No. 61

Specified that credits were to not be allowed to those men already mustered into service.

Located in Civil War Records, left unit, wooden cabinet, room 1a

Year (or year range): 
1862
Approximate era: 
1851-1900
Item is inside of:: 
Box containing Civil War Records

General Order, No. 60

Specifies that the draft be suspended for ten days, to allow the rapid recruitment of the Second Cavalry Regiment, the Twelfth, Thirteenth, Fourteenth and Fifteenth Light Artillery Companies, and the Third Heavy Artillery Company for Fort Warren.

Located in Civil War Records, left unit, wooden cabinet, room 1a

Year (or year range): 
1862
Approximate era: 
1851-1900
Item is inside of:: 
Box containing Civil War Records

Petition to Board dated 1864 to procure recruits sufficient to fill quotas for any further call for service

Petition to the Board of Selectmen to call a meeting and act on the following article to instruct the selectmen to procure recruits sufficient to fill the quotas necessary for any further calls previous to a draft being ordered and to authorize selectmen to borrow money for the draw. Petition signed by Edward F. Mayo, Charles R. Gale, Philip Young, Jacob Gale, Samuel Reed, Jasper Gale, Henry Jillson, James Stockwell

Civil War Records located left unit, wooden cabinet, room 1a

Year (or year range): 
1864
Approximate era: 
1851-1900
Item is inside of:: 
Box containing Civil War Records

General Order, No. 56

Tells that certain towns upon their petition with good reasons, can have certain names of men stricken from the list of enrolled militia, and specifies other ways men may be exempt from service.

Civil War Records located left unit, wooden cabinet, room 1a

Year (or year range): 
1862
Approximate era: 
1851-1900
Item is inside of:: 
Box containing Civil War Records

List of recruits dated October 17, 1863

Royal Stimpson, Seth Woodward, Peter Dyer, Albert Newcomb, Emery Gould, Joseph Joseph Sawyer, Andrew Curtis, Charles Randall, William Dorgan, James Cunningham, Harry Crowley, George Adams, John Chatham, Henrey Manning, Joseph Adams, Amos A. Taylor, Sumner Lincoln, Alfred Partridge, Andrew Norton, William Hickey, Jairns Hammond, Alfred Naughton, Amos Taylor

Civil War Records located left unit, wooden cabinet, room 1a

Year (or year range): 
1863
Approximate era: 
1851-1900
Item is inside of:: 
Box containing Civil War Records

General Order No. 54

Specifies that the Commissioners, appointed under Order No.43, draft in their own counties a sufficient number of men to serve for nine months in military service to fill the quota left by those who volunteered in that town.

Civil War Records, left unit, wooden cabinet, room 1a

Year (or year range): 
1862
Approximate era: 
1851-1900
Item is inside of:: 
Box containing Civil War Records
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