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- Tags: Henry Ledger
Tags: Alfred Humphrey, Aunt Ruth Griswold, Bloomfield CT, Canton (Conn.), Charles Dean, Collinsville CT, Danbury and Norwalk Railroad, Edmund Palmer, Father Griswold, George Benjamin, Gussie Purdy, Hartford (Conn.), Henry Ledger, Hoyt Family, Purdy Family, Thomas Benedict, Uncle Chauncey, Uncle Lorenzo
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: 17th Connecticut Infantry Regiment, 1st Congregational Church, Anna Purdy, Brother Chittenden, Brother William Hill, Burr Bradley, Carrie Mills, Charles Stevens, Chase Carriage Shop, Come's Marble Works, Connecticut Military Units - Civil War, Cosmopolite (pen name of George Purdy), Daniel Starr, David Bradley, Dr. Bulkeley, Dr. Ryder, E. Wing, Eddie Purdy (son), Edward Harris, Edward Smith, Edward Stevens, Essex (Conn.), Father Griswold, First Congregational Church (Danbury), George Fowler, George Hull, George Purdy, Gussie Purdy, Harriet Griswold Wheeler Stevens, Harriet Mills, Harriet Purdy, Henry Crofut, Henry Ledger, Henry Starr, Jeffersonian (newspaper), John Bussing, John Cosier, Joseph Kyle, Lt. Gov. Averill, Maria Cocking, Mary Mills, Mother Griswold, Mother Purdy, Mrs. James McNeil, Mrs. Mary Stone?, O. H. Swift, Oil Mill Pond (Danbury), Orin Benedict, Oscar Serine, Parmalee and Bradley, Peter Robinson, Robert Cocking, Robert Cowan, Robinson's Jewelry store, Thomas Mountain, Tweedy Family, Uncle Chauncey, Uncle Edwin Mills, Victor Benedict, Waverly (newspaper), Young Mens' Christian Association
Tags: Balmforth Avenue, Bartram and Fanton Sewing Machine Company, Beers Family, Benedict and Nichols, Benjamin Ryder, Borough Hall, Brookfield CT, Brother Crawford, Brother Osborne, Charles Griffing, Charles Hayes, Charles Purdy, Charles Starr, Concert Hall (Danbury), Cyrus White, Dr. Brown (postmaster), Dr. E. A. Brown, Dr. James Baldwin, Edmund Allen, Edward Davis, Egbert Gilbert, Father Griswold, Father Purdy, George (Georgie) Purdy, George Brockett, George Fenner, George Purdy, George Quien, George Starr, Governor Marshall Jewell, Griffing's Coal Office, Gussie Purdy, Harriet Griswold Wheeler Stevens, Harriet Mills, Harriet Purdy, Hatters' Association, Henry Crofut, Henry Day, Henry Hinman, Henry Hurd, Henry Ledger, Jeffersonian (newspaper), John Bouton, John Grey, John McNamee, Jones and Hoyt, Joseph Hawley, Kohanza Dam, Liberty Street, Marshall West, Montgomery Street, Mother Griswold, Mother Purdy, Mrs. Burr Bradley, Mrs. Mary Stone?, Nathan Pond, New Haven (Conn.), O. H. Swift, Republican Party, Robert Cocking, Saul G. Bailey, Stevens Street Danbury, Susan Brayman, Tibbel's Bookstore (NY), Tweedy Family, Victor Benedict, Walter Bartram, West Street Danbury, White Street (Danbury), William Francis, Yonkers NY