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- Tags: Charles Wilcox
Tags: Aunt Louisa Bouton, Bell Purdy, Bethel (Conn.), Boughton Family, Brother Crawford, Charles Wilcox, Daniel Manley, David Bradley, David Mills, Eddie Purdy (son), Father Purdy, Frank Boughton, George Fenner, George Purdy, Gussie Purdy, Henry Crofut, Henry Ledger, Hoyt Family, John Pollett, Joseph Ives, M. Harris, Maria Cocking, Mary Purdy, Mother Griswold, Mother Purdy, Mrs. Mary Stone?, O. H. Swift, Phoebe Palmer, Robert Cocking, Sherman Disbrow, Starr's Plain, Thomas Barnum, Uncle Edwin Mills, Washington D.C.
Tags: A. E. Fuller's Market, Albert Anderson, Beers Family, Brother Burch, Canton Ohio, Charles Crosby (constable), Charles E. Disbrow, Charles Griffing, Charles Hayes, Charles Hull, Charles Wilcox, Dr. Bulkeley, Dwight and Rogers, Edmund Allen, Edward Davis, Edward Dunning, Elyria OH, Ferrell's Hotel (Wooster House), Foster Brothers' Carpenter Shop, Frederick Starr, George Barnum, George Bell, George Starr, Harris Crofut, Henry Fanton, Homeopathic Mutual of N.Y., John Meeker, Joseph Ives, Louise Vintz, Mother Griswold, Oscar Serine, Pahquioque Hat Factory, Raymond's market, Robert Cocking, Seth Downs, Sewing Society, Swift's News Office, Theodore Bradley, Turner Stevens, Twitchell, William Bedient, William Hayes, William Warren, Willie Griswold
Tags: 17th Connecticut Infantry Regiment, Barnum's Hotel, Bell Purdy, Benedict and Nichols, Brewster (New York), Brother William Hill, Burr Bradley, Canton Ohio, Captain Quien, Charles Hull, Charles Wilcox, Connecticut Military Units - Civil War, Cousin Emmaline Williams, David Bradley, David Cosier, David Mills, Deacon Benjamin Ambler, Dr. Bulkeley, Dr. William Lacy, Eddie Purdy (son), Edith Newman, Emily Anderson, Ephraim Gregory, Father Griswold, George (Georgie) Purdy, George Cosier, George Purdy, George Starr, Gillette and Baird, Gussie Purdy, Harper's Weekly, Harry Stone, Henry Crofut, Hoyt Family, James Parmalee, Jeffersonian (newspaper), Jesse Stevens, Josie Wheeler, Lacy and Sheather, Leavenworth- Kansas, Lieutenant Colonel Wilcoxsan, Lockwood Olmstead, Louis Moegling, Maria Cocking, Mill Plain, Montgomery Street, Mother Griswold, Mother Purdy, Mrs. Mary Stone?, Nathan Gillette, Theodore Morris, Walker Bartram, Wendell Phillips, Widow Wilcox, William Montgomery, William Witherspoon
Tags: 10th Connecticut Regiment, Aunt Louisa Bouton, Bell Purdy, Benedict and Nichols, Benjamin Lynes, Brother Crawford, Brother William Hill, California, Captain Fred Betts, Captain Quien, Charles Stevens, Charles Wilcox, Connecticut Military Units - Civil War, Curtis Bennett, Daniel Manley, David Chichester, David Mills, David Nichols, Deacon Benjamin Ambler, Dibble Family, Dr. Bulkeley, Dr. St. John, Eddie Purdy (son), Edward Barnum, Eliza Hill, Eliza Humphrey, Father Griswold, Father Purdy, Frederick Douglass, George (Georgie) Purdy, George Blissard, George Curtis, George Purdy, Gussie Purdy, Harriet Griswold Wheeler Stevens, Henry Crofut, Horace Crofut, Jacob Fry, James Parmalee, Jeffersonian (newspaper), John Cosier, Levi Bartram, Lieutenant Colonel Wilcoxsan, Lt. Gov. Averill, Lucius Wildman, Maria Cocking, Miss English, Mother Griswold, Mother Purdy, Mrs. Burr Bradley, Mrs. Daniel Starr, Mrs. James McNeil, Mrs. Mary Stone?, Mrs. O.H. Swift, Nathan Pond, New Canaan, New York City, Pahquioque Hat Factory, Parmalee and Bradley, Robert Cocking, Sherman Disbrow, Theodore Lyons, Tweedy Family, Uncle Stephen, Widow Wilcox, William Bennett