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- Tags: George Dickens
Tags: Adams Express Office, Brewster (New York), Brookfield CT, Byron Dexter, Captain E. Wildman, Catherine Ryan, Charles Bevins, Clarence Morgan, Clark Ferguson, Commercial Union Insurance Company, Connecticut Fire Insurance Company, Danbury National Bank, David Hoyt, Dr. Sunderland, Dr. W. Wilson (clergyman), Edgar Benedict, Edgar Wildman, Edward Fairchild (assessor), Edward Griffith, Edwin Mills (cousin), Elmer Keeler, Equitable Life Insurance Company, Fanny Hirsch (daughter), Foster Brothers' Carpenter Shop, Fred Bevins, Gage's Blacksmith Shop, George (Georgie) Purdy, George Dickens, George Hirsch, George Purdy (brother), George VanFleet, Germantown, Greenwich Insurance Company, Harley Beeman, Herbert Wildman, Hoyt Family, James Jennings, John Norris, Julia Hirsch (granddaughter), Leonard Dexter, Lillian Pritchard, Lottie (Charlotte) Hirsch (granddaughter), Lucy Haines, Mabel Rogers, Mary Dean, Morelock and Husk Machine Shop, Mrs. George Hawley, New Fairfield, P.T. Barnum, Reliance Insurance Company, Robert Chambers, Rufus Reed, Rufus Rice, Sarah Boughton, Sarah Purdy, Special Agent Knox, Starr's Plain, Targett and Siemon, Tosi Family, William Bradley, William Cable, William Hall's Blacksmith Shop
Tags: Andrew Knox, Bethel (Conn.), Borough Hall, Charles E. Disbrow, Charles Hayes, Chase Carriage Shop, Colonel James Ryder, D. R. French, Danbury Bank, Dr. Bulkeley, Father Griswold, George Bell, George Dickens, George Osborne, Gould Disbrow, Henry E. Comes, Henry Ryder, Homeopathic Mutual of N.Y., James Olmstead, James Taylor, Pahquioque Hat Factory, Peter Robinson, Randall and Bradley's Store, Robert Sayers, Rundle and White Hat Factory, Starr and Farnum (New London), William Bedient, William Hayes
Tags: 11th Connecticut Infantry Regiment, 17th Connecticut Infantry Regiment, 1st Connecticut Infantry Regiment (1861), Abel Wheeler, Beers Family, Bethel (Conn.), Boughton Family, Bridgeport (Conn.), Brother Crawford, Burr Bradley, Captain James Moore, Carlton and Porter, Charles Mills, Charles Small, Connecticut Military Units - Civil War, Couch's Picture Gallery, Curtis Bennett, Danbury Times, David Bradley, David Mills, Dr. St. John, E. Goodenough, Eben Barnum, Edward Barnum, Ellen Dare, Father Griswold, Frank Boughton, Frederick MD, George Dickens, George Purdy, Gillette and Fairchild, Hatters' Association, Hoyt Family, Jackson's Institute, James Fowler, James Osborne, Joseph Young, Josie Wheeler, Lieutenant Fred Betts, Louis Moegling, Lounsbury's Shoe Store, M. Harris, Mary Purdy, New Haven (Conn.), O. H. Swift, Phineas Lounsbury, Publishers, Sherman Disbrow, Sturdevant's Factory, William Otis
Tags: 17th Connecticut Infantry Regiment, Abigail Palmer, Bell Purdy, Benedict and Nichols, Boughton Family, Bridgeport (Conn.), Brother Crawford, Burr Bradley, Camp Aiken, Charles Hull, Charles Mills, Charles Starr, Connecticut Military Units - Civil War, Curtis Bennett, Danbury Times, David Bradley, Edith Newman, Edmund Palmer, Edward Barnum, Elizabeth Mead, Ellen Dare, Father Griswold, Frank Boughton, George Dickens, George Purdy, George Starr, Harriet Griswold Wheeler Stevens, Hoyt Family, James Fowler, John Pollett, Joseph Ives, Joseph Young, Josiah Day, Julia Pine, Mary Purdy, Moses Baxter, Mother Griswold, O. H. Swift, P. T. Barnum, Phoebe Palmer, Ridgefield CT, Sherman Disbrow, Washington D.C.