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Series I. Letters and papers re land and conditions in Wisconsin, Michigan, and the Midwest [series]:
  1  
From Peleg Spencer, Danville, Illinois
  1  
Letter inquiring re lands because writer had heard that Loomis had been "travelling in the Territory of Michigan for the purpose of viewing the country and purchasing land."
  1  
From St. Clair, Michigan
  4  
Tax bill, Genesee County, Michigan
  4  
From Detroit re taxes
  4  
From C. Bellows
  4  
From Richard Gilbert (Wauwatosa, Wisconsin)
  4  
From James Loomis, Ypsilanti, Michigan
  4  
From Richard Gilbert
  4  
From F. M. Putney (New Berlin, Wisconsin)
  4  
From Richard Gilbert
  4  
From James Loomis
  5  
From W. Pitcher (White Pigeon, Michigan)
  5  
From Richard Gilbert
  5  
From Heman Harwood (Constantine , Michigan)
  5  
From James Loomis
  5  
From Richard Gilbert
  5  
From Julius Steels (Constantine , St. Joseph's County, Michigan)
  5  
From Richard Gilbert
  5  
From Richard Gilbert
  5  
Sale of Michigan land to Hiram Stowitz
  5  
W. W. Hodges
  5  
Account of Levi Sartwell Loomis, son of Eli she
  5  
From James Loomis
  5  
From Heman Harwood
  5  
From Rowland Perry (Grand Bank, Genesee County, Michigan)
  5  
From F. M. Putney
  5  
From Berrien Spring, Michigan re taxes on Ox. E land
  5  
From R. B. Perry
  5  
From Levi S. Loomis
  5  
Account of Richard Gilbert
  5  
From George F. Mead to Augustus Whitman and reply (Indiana)
  5  
From Heman Harwood
  5  
From Merrill Bates (Constantine , Michigan)
  5  
From Heman Harwood
  5  
From Norman Harvey (Constantine , Michigan)
  5  
From Milwaukee postmaster re draft sent, to Richard Gilbert
  5  
From Richard Gilbert
  5  
From Berrien Spring, Michigan
  5  
From Richard Gilbert
  5  
From S. B. Mizner (Detroit)
  5  
From Hiram Stowitz (Grand Blanc)
  5  
Copy of letter to 0. G. Nevins
  5  
From Richard Gilbert
  5  
From Hiram Stowitz
  5  
From Madison, Wisconsin
  5  
From Sherman Hinckley (Ypsilanti, Michigan)
  6  
From Richard Gilbert
  6  
From Madison, Wisconsin
  6  
From Richard Gilbert (Wisconsin)
"Some are mortgaging there [sic] farms and paying 25 & 30 percent for to get Money to go to California People are intoxicated an [sic] destracted [?] here in there [sic] imagination."

  6  
From James Loomis
  6  
From Noah K. Green (Medina, Ohio)
  6  
From Heman Harwood
  6  
Bond of Hiram Stowitz to Loomis
  6  
From John Howard Loomis (Wauwatosa, Wisconsin)
  6  
From Maria S. Loomis (Ypsilanti, Michigan)
  6  
To M. Bartlett
  6  
From Forest Harwood re Wisconsin land
  6  
Timothy Mower (Wauwatosa, Wisconsin)
  6  
From Charles A. Loomis (St. Clair, Michigan)
  6  
Account re Michigan lands
  6  
From Richard Gilbert
  6  
From F. A. Harwood
  6  
From Richard Gilbert
  6  
From James Loomis
  6  
From R. W. Lendon (Niles, Michigan)
  6  
From Richard Gilbert
  6  
From Charles A. Loomis
  7  
From Charles A. Loomis
  7  
From E. G. Morgan re conditions near Fort Dodge, Iowa
  6  
From Charles A. Loomis
 
Series II. Letters and papers re Oren Green [series]:
  1  
Account
  1  
Settlement of Loomis and Green
  2  
Account
  2  
Mortgage to Green
  4  
Letter
  4  
Account with Augustus Whitman
  4  
Morgage of Nathan Maynard for Wisconsin land
  4  
Account
  4  
Letter from Rockford, Illinois, listing stock Green should bring to open a store in Milwauke
  4  
Letter from Heman Harwood
  4  
Copy of letter re mortgages in Warren County, Pennsylvania
  4  
Copy of letter re_ mortgages in Warren Count Pennsylvania
  4  
Letter from Rufus Harwood
  4  
Letter from Heman Harwood
  4  
Account of Richard Gilbert
  4  
From Silver Creek, New York
  4  
From Thomas Nevins re debt to Green
  4  
Bond dated Mar. 1, 1836, from James Watts
  4  
From Silver Creek
  4  
Account
  4  
Claim against estate by E. M. Gilbert (Utica)
  4  
Letter from Rockford, Illinois, re Green's store (?) in Milwaukee
  4  
Account
  4  
Account
  4  
From E. A. M. Gilbert
  4  
From Waldo Curtis re debt to Green
  4  
Letter from Loomis to Walter Hubbel1 and reply
  4  
From E. M. Gilbert
  4  
Re property in Warren County, Pennsylvania
  4  
From E. M. Gilbert
  4  
From E. M. Gilbert
  4  
Account re mortgage of James Watts
  4  
Settlement with William Crittenden
  4  
Letter from Walter Hubbel 1 re_ Auburn and Rochester RR stock
  4  
Re debt of John Hobart
  4  
Account re mortgage of James Watts
  4  
From E. M. Gilbert
  4  
Account re RR stock
  4  
Letter from Walter Hubbel1
  4  
From E. M. Gilbert
  4  
From W. W. Hodges re Pennsylvania land
  4  
From E. M. Gilbert
  4  
Account
  4  
Copy of 1834 deed from Congdons and letter from W. W. Hodges
  5  
Re. debt of Green
  5  
From W. W. Hodges
  5  
From E, M. Gilbert
  5  
From E. M. Gilbert
  5  
From W. W. Hodges
  5  
From F. M. Putney re lands in Michigan
  5  
Copy of letter to W. W. Hodges re sale of Pennsylvania land to Joseph Hall
  5  
Bond and mortgage of Joseph Hall to Loomis, Walter Hubbel, and Sally Green, executors
  5  
From E. C. Pond re Wisconsin land
  5  
Account
  5  
From F. M. Putney
  5  
Accounts
  5  
From F. M. Putney
  5  
From Chautauqua County Bank re land sold to Joseph Hall
  5  
Abstract of settlement
  5  
From W. W. Hodges re land
  5  
Copy of letter to F. M. Putney
  5  
Letter from Richard Gilbert re land
  5  
Copy of letter to postmaster of Dunkirk (Dar County) , Michigan, re sale of land
  5  
Letter from Dunkirk postmaster
  5  
Settlement for rent of Samuel J. Hopkins
  5  
From Dunkirk postmaster
  5  
From Dunkirk postmaster with extract of Loomis' reply, Jan. 15, 1849
  5  
From W. W. Hodges
  5  
From Dunkirk postmaster; from Norman Harvey
  5  
From Dunkirk postmaster
  5  
Letter re legacy of Green to American Home Missionary Society
  5  
Sale by F. M. Putney of notes due the estate
  5  
Copy of reply to June 23 letter, including appraisal and inventory
  5  
Account of F. M. Putneyto Green estate
  5  
Re land in Wisconsin
  5  
Re land in Wisconsin; re. Watts mortgage
  5  
From Auburn Theological Seminary re note of Green
  5  
From Auburn Theological Seminary re note of Green
  5  
Re land in Michigan
  6  
From Noah Green
  6  
From Richard Gilbert
  6  
From Richard Gilbert
  6  
From W. W. Hodges
  6  
Not Titled
  6  
From Richard Gilbert; from W. W. Hodges
  6  
From Richard Gilbert
  6  
From W. W. Hodges
  6  
From Pittsfield, Michigan re. debt of Green
  6  
From Richard Gilbert
  6  
From W. W. Hodges
  6  
From Richard Gilbert; from Mrs. Betsey Green
  6  
Account
  6  
Agreement to see Wisconsin lot
  6  
From Mrs. C. Brackett
  6  
Notice of final settlement
  6  
From Noah Green
  6  
Account
  6  
From Wm . S . Brigg
  6  
From A. Oliver
  6  
From N. B. Kidder
  6  
Assets and legacies remaining
  6  
From Noah Green
  6  
From A. Warren
  6  
From John L. Lewis, Jr.
  6  
From Jason Downer
  6  
From Harriet F. Warren
  6  
Re Pennsylvania land
  6  
Account
  6  
Copy of answer to May 17 letter
  6  
Receipts of legatees
  6  
From Noah Green
  6  
Copy of answer to July 10 letter, including account
  6  
From Albert S. Loomis re Pennsylvania and Wisconsin land
  6  
Re Pennsylvania land
  7  
Receipt from American Tract Society
  7  
Receipt from Noah Green
  7  
Receipt from American Home Missionary Society
  7  
Receipts from A.B.C.F. Missions
  7  
Receipt from American Education Society
 
Series III. Letters and Papers re other estates [series]:
  6  
Joseph Chase
  7  
Orpha Gates
  1-6  
Isaac Husted
  4  
William Lain, inventory
  7  
John Lee, January 25, 1858 - inventory
  5  
Daniel S, Morse
  1  
Nathan Pratt
  1  
Nathan Pratt
  5  
Royal Stearns
  7  
Abiel Thomas
  5  
Ebenezer Welch
 
Series IV. Political papers and letters [series]:
  1  
Letter re election (of 1828?)
  1  
Appointment of Loomis as judge of Ontario County Court
  2  
From R[owland] Day in Washington re; U.S. Bank
  2  
Election returns, 3 printed pieces
  2  
Draft of speech against U.S. Bank given at Jacksonville
  2  
Draft of speech against U.S. Bank given at Gorham
  2  
Letter re liberal papers
  2  
Re impending elections
  2  
Reimpending elections
  2  
Draft of letter re use of convict labor
  2  
Letter re elections
  2  
Certificate of election
  2  
Re Hudson and Erie Canal
  2  
Printed report of Ontario County Republican Convention
  2  
Re banks
  2  
From H. Willson re nomination of Ontario County judges
  2  
Copy of letter of disapprobation to Emancipation and Human Riqhts
  2  
Draft of letter to Senator Leonard Maison
  2  
Extracts from and comments on New York Con­stitution
  2  
From Augustus Torrey re appointment to (Yates?) County Court and note re "British outrage or frontier "
  2  
Copy of letter re Revolutionary War pension;
  2  
Petition for appointment as notary public in Syracuse
  2  
Draft of letter re banking
  2  
Re election from H. Willson
  2  
Petition from Farmington Town Temperance Sac for support; letter from H. Willson
  2  
From W. B. Welles
  2  
From E. F. Miller
  2  
Re post office from Elisha F. Miller
  2  
Re post office from R. D. H. Yeckley
  2  
Re banking
  2  
From P. Tucker
  2  
Re banking
  2  
From E. Bradley
  2  
From E. F. Miller
  2  
From H. Willson
  3  
From H. Willson
  3  
Petition for appointment as notary public from Oliver Heartwell
  3  
From P. Tucker
  3  
From P. Tucker
  3  
Re appointment of county court judges (Yates)
  3  
From P. Tucker
  3  
Notes re banking bills
  3  
Letter re. banking bills; petition for appointment as postmaster in Palmyra
  3  
From B. J. Grosvenor
  3  
From E. F. Miller
  3  
From Torrey re appointment of judges
  3  
Petition against appointment of a third note public in Geneva
  3  
Copy of letter to A. H. Bennett
  3  
Notes on Whig speeches re Small Bill Law
  3  
M. Van Dusen letter re Small Bill Law sent to A1bany Argus
  3  
From A. H. Bennett; from H. Willson
  3  
From A. Torrey
  3  
From R. H. Williams
  3  
From A. Torrey
  3  
Petition for appointment to Indian Department; re county judges
  3  
Re health officer for the Port of New York
  3  
From David Stout
  3  
From A. Tarrey
  3  
Re Yates County judges
  3  
From P. Tucker
  3  
Re judges; copy of letter to New York Daily Advertiser re editorial about himself
  3  
From S. J . Bayard
  3  
Re appointment of notary public in Syracuse
  3  
From A. Torrey
  3  
From J. Willson
  3  
Re Chemung (?) Canal
  3  
Re naming the town of Bristol; re_ U. S. Bank
  3  
Re nomination for commissioner of deeds in New York City
  3  
From A. Torrey re Bank and currency
  3  
From R. M. Williams
  3  
Re Yates County judges; from Harvey Hobart
  3  
From R. H. Williams; from G. J. Grosvenor
  3  
From James Bogart
  2  
From R. H. Williams
  3  
Re Yates County judges; letter and petition re claims for land by Areh Campbell
  3  
-re Yates County judges
  3  
From shippers of flour re laws requiring inspection of flour before shipment from New York
  3  
Draft of bill to eliminate requirement that flour brought from other states be reinspected before shipment; re banking
  3  
Re Yates County judges
  3  
US. Yates County judges
  3  
From Oliver Hartwel 1 to Governor Marcy re appointment as Commissioner of Deeds
  3  
From A. Tarrey re banking; from Charles A. Loomis reporting election returns in Potter
  3  
From E. B. Jones re Penn Yan elections
  3  
OL Yates COunty judges
  3  
From R. D. H. Yeckley
  3  
Re Oswego Canal
  3  
Copy of letter re Yates County judges
  3  
CJL Yates County judqes
  3  
From G. J. Grosvenor; from R. H, Williams
  3  
Re insurance company bill; from A. Torrey re bankinq
  3  
From J . Willson
  3  
From G . J . Grosvenor
  3  
From A. Lester
  3  
Printed statement and questions from Ontario
 
County Anti-Slavery Society
  3  
Draft of reply to Ontario County Anti-Slavery Society
  3  
Draft of letter to Skaneateles Anti-Slavery Society (he is opposed to slavery and to the annexation of Texas)
  4  
From Michigan
  4  
From Meredith Mallory in Washington [then Representative from that district of Western New York. (26th Congress) K J D
  4  
Copy of letter attacking slavery
  4  
Petition and letter to Governor William L. Bouck re. appointment of Ephraim Blodget as Commissioner of Loans
  6  
Re election of Granger
  6  
Copy of remonstrance against agricultural college
  6  
From A. B. Coffin re. Democratic caucus
  6  
Re calling of county convention
  6  
Re town caucus
  6  
From A. B. Coffin re Naples Road
  6  
From John Lapham asking for influence with Governor Seymour
  6  
From D. W. C. Gage requesting recommendation for post in Customs House
  6  
From A. B. Coffin requesting recommendation for office of J. P. in Gorham
  6  
From A. B. Coffin
  7  
From Williams Ansley, Fairfax County, Virginia speech made at Democratic rally by "extra Bi1l who defended repeal of Missouri Compromise
  7  
Draft of letter to Ontario Messenger re slavery
  7  
From John Lapham requesting influence in getting nomination for Commissioner of Loans
  7  
From Thomas M. Howell re appointment as district attorney for northern district, of New York
  7  
From Charles A. Loomis
  7  
From Charles A. Loomis
  7  
From Charles A. Loomis
  7  
From Charles A. Loomis
  7  
From Frank Loomis re Lincoln and Douglas
  6  
From Charles A. Loomis
  7  
Draft of letter (7) re Republican Party
  7  
From Charles A. Loomis
  7  
Draft of letter to Horace Greeley
  7  
From Charles A. Loomis
  7  
From E,. B. Pottle in Washington
  7  
From Charles A. Loomis
  7  
From Charles A. Loomis
  7  
From Charles A. Loomis
  7  
From Charles A. Loomis
  7  
From Charles A. Loomis
  7  
From Charles A. Loomis
  7  
From Harvey Hobart
  7  
From Charles A. Loomis
  7  
From Harvey Hobart
  7  
From Harvey Hobart
  7  
From Charles A. Laomis
  7  
From Charles A. Loomis
  7  
From Charles A. Loomis
  7  
From Charles A. Loomis
  7  
From Charles A. Loomis
 
Series V. Letters and papers re legal matters [series]:
  4  
Edward P. Clark & Augustus Whitney v. John Sutfun & Thomas Van Buren, record of proceedings
  4  
Edward A. McKay v. Otis Pierce, deposition
  4  
Edward A, McKay v. Otis Pierce, subpoena
  4  
Edward A. McKay v. Otis Pierce, settlement
  4  
Benedict & Co. v. Barker, affidavit
  4  
Francis Harris v. Benjamin Weast , deposition and summons
  4  
Francis Harris v. Benjamin Weast, deposition and account of proceedings
  4  
Francis Harris v. Benjamin Weast, deposition
  4  
Francis Harris v. Benjamin Weast, summons to jurors
  4  
Deposition of Otis Pierce
  5  
Jonathan Lincoln v. Alvin Benham, affidavit and summons
  5  
The People v. Enoch Barker, affidavit
  5  
David Lamorsux v. Morris Clark, affidavit
  5  
Bond of Morris Clark
  5  
Coonrod Fisher v. David Francisco, summons
  5  
Coonrod Fisher v. David Francisco, affidavit
  5  
Coonrod Fisher v. David Francisco, affidavit
  5  
Coonrod Fisher v. David Francisco, account of proceedings
  5  
Coonrod Fisher v. David Francisco, warrant of restitution
  5  
David Lamoreux v. Morris Clark, deposition
  5  
Heirs of Thomas Hulbert jr. v. David J. McMaster , summonses
  5  
Heirs of Thomas Hulbert jr. v. David J. McMaster, arbitration and account of proceedings
  5  
Heirs of Thomas Hulbert jr. v. David J. McMaster , account
  5  
Levi Hotchkiss v. Henry S. "Otto, affidavit
  5  
Levi Hotchkiss v. Henry S. Otto, arrest warrant
  5  
Levi Hotchkiss y_. Henry S. Otto, subpoenas and deposition
  5  
Levi Hotchkiss y_. Henry S. Otto, account of proceedings and Otto's bond to Hotchkiss
  5  
Recognizance of Daniel Mclntyre, William Mclntyre, and John Grosbeck in assault and battery case
  5  
Notice to Alvin Benham to remove
  5  
Philip Gregory v. Alanson Watkins, declaration and pleadings
  5  
Job Bocline v. Michael Sisk, deposition and summons
  5  
Francis Harris v. Moses Page, affidavit
  5  
John Chamberlain v. Daniel Francisco, bill of costs
  5  
Philip Gregory v. Alanson Watkins, reference and withdrawal
  5  
Philip Gregory v. Alanson Watkins, reference and report
  5  
Chamberlain v. Francisco supra, letter
  6  
Marvin Power & Peter Cameron v. Samuel Fisk & Electra Fuller, arbitration
  6  
Letter from John Chamberlain
  6  
Letter from John Chamberlain
  6  
John Percival v. Levi S. Loomis, Sally Green , and Chester Loomis, settlement of suit to recover money lent to Levi S. Loomis May 20, 1846
  7  
Michael Francisco v. Joshua Fitch, jr., re estate of Cornelius DeWitt, bill of particulars
  7  
Michael Francisco v. Joshua Fitch, jr., decision
  7  
Michael Francisco v. Joshua Fitch, jr., referees ordered to submit new report; new report
  7  
Michael Francisco v. Joshua Fitch, jr., copy of Supreme Court opinion (case reversed and remanded )
  6  
Michael Francisco v. Joshua Fitch, jr., decision by referees for Francisco
 
Series VI. Letters and papers re claims for bounty and pension from veterans of War of 1812 [series]:
  7  
Lorana Arnold
  6  
Benjamin Blodget
  7  
Ephraim Blodget.
  7  
Wi11iam Blodget
  7  
Betsey Boardman
  7  
Betsey Boardman
  6  
Joseph Chase
  7  
Jonathan Comstock
  6  
Jane Dumbolton
  6  
Jane Dumbolton
  7  
Adam Fake
  7  
Adam Fake
  7  
Christopher Fisher
  7  
Samuel Fisk
  7  
C. Francisco
  7  
Martha Gilbert
  7  
Benjamin Green
  6  
Betsey Green
  6  
Deborah Green
  6  
Deborah Green
  7  
Elizabeth Hinckley
  7  
Elizabeth Hinckley
  7  
Amy Hilt
  7  
Amy Hilt
  6  
F. H. Johnson
  6  
John Lee
  6  
John Lee
  7  
Polly Lee (widow of Ebenezer Welch)
  6  
James Loomis
  6  
James Loomis
  7  
Philomena Moffatt
  5  
William Morrison
  5  
William Morrison
  7  
Mary Pearce
  7  
Samuel Pearce
  6  
Ephraim Phelps
  7  
Heziah Robinson
  7  
Heziah Robinson
  6  
Louis Shares
  7  
Henry Torrey
  7  
W. Welch
  6  
John W. Williams
  6  
John W. Williams
  7  
John W. Williams
  6  
Jacob Windnagle
  7  
Jacob Windnagle
  7  
Jacob Windnagle
 
Series VII. Letters and papers re Geneva' and Rushville Plank Road Company lawsuit [series]:
  5  
Resolution of directors of Plank Road Company to appoint a committee, consisting of Robert C. Nicholas, Phineas Prouty, Daniel B. Lindsley, and William T. Crittenden, to build toll houses
  5  
Agreement between William Crittenden and William D. Raymond for construction of toll houses
  5  
Letter from Crittenden to Nicholas re progress on road and houses
  6  
Letter from Crittenden
  7  
Statement of Crittenden
  6  
Reference of accounts and claims between Plant; Road Company and William Crittenden; minutes of testimony
  6  
Decision
 
Series VIII. Letters and papers re post office [series]:
  1  
Letter announcing suspension of stage operation between Naples and Canandaigua because of competition from steamboats an Canandaigua Lake
  1  
Letter re appointment of postmaster at East Bloomfield
  2  
Letter re A. Torrey
  2  
Letter re A. Torrey
  3  
Letter re Loomis' conduct as postmaster
  3  
Draft of reply to May 2 letter
  4  
Final account with past office
  4  
Copy of letter to F. Granger re conduct of Jonathan Pratt, Jr. , during the latter 's assistantship at the Rushville post office in 1838
 
Series IX. Letters and papers re education [series]:
  1  
List of notes for collection due Geneva College
  1  
List of notes for collection due Geneva College; letter
  1  
Re Geneva College
  3  
Re donations to Geneva College
  2  
Copy of letter to E. J. Roberts re. donation to college to be located near Loomis' land in St. Clair, Michigan
  2  
From Roberts
  2  
Copy of letter to Roberts
  6  
Copy of remonstrance against founding of an agricultural college
 
Series X. Letters from and re William Ansley, Fairfax County, Virginia [series]:
  7  
Re repeal of Missouri Compromise, see p. 8
  7  
Jan. 1, 1857
  7  
May 23, 1857
  7  
Dec. 3, 1858
  7  
Feb. 25, 1859
  7  
Mar. 25, 1859
  7  
Apr. 23, 1859
  7  
Sept. 16, 1859
  7  
Sept. 23, 1859
  7  
Nov. 7, 1859
  7  
Nov. 14, 1859
  7  
Nov. 22, 1859
  7  
Nov. 23, 1859
  7  
Dec. 15, 1859
  7  
Apr. 3, 1860
  7  
Apr. 8, 1861
  7  
Sept. 7, 1861
  7  
Nov. 17, 1861
 
Series XI. Letters and accounts of Samuel Colt, Geneva (Ontario County) [series]:
  1  
Dec. 17, 1825
  1  
Jan. 14, 1826
  1  
Feb. 3, 1826
  1  
1826
  1  
Feb. 3, 1827
  1  
July 27, 1827
  1  
Mar. 2, 1828
  1  
Mar. 3, 1829
  1  
Dec. 24, 1829
  1  
Apr. 1830
  1  
Feb. 3, 1831
  1  
Apr. 17, 1831
  1  
July 9, 1831
 
Series XII. Letters from Richard Gilbert re sale of pews in Rushville [series]:
  6  
Oct. 29, 1851
  6  
Apr. 20, 1852
  6  
Aug. 21, 1852
 
Series XIII. Papers re Rushville [series]:
  5  
Notice to Loomis as overseer of highways, district #51, to take charge of roadwork
  7  
Subscription of Rushville inhabitants to organize a cemetery
 
Series XIV. Miscellaneous [series]:
  4  
Agreement with Hiram Torrey for construction of Loomis' house
  6  
Letter from superintendent of State Lunatic Asylum re Alvah Green's application on behalf of Rugg
  1  
Deed to Samuel Boots and Benjamin Boots, Romulus (Seneca County) , from Ann El lice and children, Bath (Somerset County), England,, through their attorneys Barent and John Rutgers Bleecker, Albany, for land in Gorham (Ontario County) note added "Samuel Bootes [sic.] Great-grandfather of Burt C. Walther," Deed actually made 2-29-12
 
Series XV. Soldiers' Letters Civil War [series]:
  7  
Chester Loomis to Lieut. J. H. Brough
Advice that Maurice O'Connell execute an allotment certificate for the support of his three children.

  7  
(overleaf) Lieut. J. H. Brough to Chester Loomis" (Camp Swift, Geneva)
Notification of O'Connell's signing an allotment of $10.00 per month for support of children also that bounty was sent home by Lyman Loomis.

  7  
Morris O'Connell to Chester Loomis
Location of camp, 2 miles west of Harper's Ferry. Uncertain when fight will star surrounded on all sides. Men are in good health} the scarcity of money; desire that children be cared for.

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Morris O'Connell to Chester Loomis (Camp Douglas, Chicago)
Report of surrender; stolen clothing -and goods; journey to Chicago and encampment conditions there; request for money; desire that children be cared for.

  7  
Tyler Brink to Chester Loomis (Chicago)
Request that Chest inquire whether or not Mr. Flinn has the money and booty which Tyler sent him.

  7  
Fayette Greene to Chester Loomis (Camp Douglas, Chicago)
Request for $25.00 to replace money and clothing which was stolen at surrender of Harper's Ferry; will repay $26.00 when paid.

  7  
Morris O'Connell to Chester Loomis (Camp Douglas, Chicago)
Request for money; quarters are very bad and the cold weather is coming. Report that he has received no answer to his previous letters.

  7  
M. O'Connell to Chester Loomis (Camp Douglas, Chicago)
Acknowledgement of CL's letter, very little prospect of coming home soon; concern of report by guardian of children, Mrs. Scott, of children's behavior; request that CL check them to see if the children should be taken to another place.

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Fayette Greene to Chester Loomis (Camp Douglas, Chicago)
Request for $15.00; rumor that camp will move to New York State from Chicago; conditions of camp very poor; average of four deaths a day and many men in hospital; delight of seeing Rev.Hudson, CL's pastor.

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Morris O'Connell to Chester Loomis (Washington)
Acknowledgement of CL's letter and $2.00; report that Burnside and his whole force had to retreat loss of 12,000 men; signs of fight coming insufficient supply of men; bad conditions of camp; impatient to finish war; personal thoughts of the war and the benefits being: a soldier; no money.

  7  
Morris O'Connell to Chester Loomis (Union Mills, Va.)
Received pay finally; request that CL see that children are provided for; many deaths in regiment; rumor that they will move but new location unknown; present location, Onion Mills.

  7  
Fayette Greene to Chester Loomis (Washington)
Allotment pay able to CL $27.00 and other financial matters; death of two Rushville boys.

  7  
Fayette Greene to Chester Loomis
Request for $10.00 return because wallet was stolen from camp.

  7  
Morris O'Connell to Chester Loomis
Report of moving to Centerville; possibility of fight soon; Condition of regimen desire to come home, but not without obtaining union of States lack of money.

  7  
Morris O'Connell to Chester Loomis.
Lack of money; unable send money for children; request for stamps; possibility of moving camp again

  7  
Fayette Greene to Chester Loomis (Centerville, Va.)
Request for $5.00; weather is good.

  7  
Fayette Greene to Chester Loomis (Centerville, Va.)
Acknowledgement of CL's letter; rumor that Bee has "flanked" Hocker and made him retreat; men are losing faith in Hocker; optimistic viewpoint even though conditions are bad; expecting attack by Stewart's Cavalry. *(Hooker)

  7  
Morris O'Connell to Chester Loomis (Centerville, Va.)
Payment of allotment; praise for Grant; request for CL's opinion of the war.

  7  
Fayette Greene to Chester Loomis (Centerville, Va. )
Check was enclosed for $25.00; boys in good health; successes of troops.

  7  
Morris O'Connell to Chester Loomis (Centerville, Va. )
30,000 troops joined them at Centerville; Lee is on the move and are our men;" states that he would spend his time and over before He would settle with the South; request for $5.00 to use of Mar..

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Blue slip giving statement of account of Fayette Greene, soldier


  7  
Morris O'Connell to Chester Loomis
Acknowledgement of CL' letter and $5.00; Mar. from Centerville to Gettysburg; many men lost at battle in Gettysburg; rebs lost more men. Condition of soldiers following battle; spirits high; hopes he will be home soon, but not until the rebs are "cut up to pieces;" Brought is wounded.

  7  
Fayette Greene to Chester Loomis
Notice of mistake made by check payable to Judge Loomis instead of Chester Looms; says that if there is any trouble about it "send it to the Treasury of the U.S. and state the circumstances." Report that "rebs" have crossed the Potomac River; readiness; for battle; confidence that war will be over soon.

  7  
Morris O'Connell to Chester Locals (near Warrenton Junction)
Acknowledgement of CL's latter; opinion that those boys who waited for the draft right up until the last minute do not make very good soldiers; rumor that his f friend , John, wounded at Gettysburg, had died, because his leg was amputated and he died after the operation.

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Morris O'Connell to Chester Loomis (Rapidan River)
Scarcity of money; clothes lost or stolen often; thank you for the letter to Colonel Bull, but there is "no such thing' as a furlough in the array of the Potomac; rebs are on the other side of the river; tell children to be good.

  7  
Morris O'Connell to Chester Loomis
Possibility of renewal of fight; request that CL write to James Bull, his colonel, to request a furlough so that he can come home and take care of the situations there with the children.

  7  
Fayette Greene to Chester Loomis (Rapidan River)
Check was enclosed ($30,00); request that CL put it on interest.

  7  
Fayette Greene to Chester Loomis (Warrenton, Va.)
Did not receive answer to last letter acknowledging $20.00; request for $2.00's worth of stamps; corps won two "brilliant victories."

  7  
Fayette Greene to Chester Loomis (near Brandy Station, Va. )
Acknowledgement of CL's letter; enclosed check for $20.00 to be put on interest; brilliant victory after crossing the river; too many Copperheads; praise for North's response for the war as indicated by the last election.

  7  
Fayette Green to Chester Loomis (near Brandy Station, Va.)
-enclosed two-dollar notes; received no losses in their last campaign.

  7  
Fayette Green to Chester Loomis (near Brandy Station, Va. )
-returned to old position after Mar.ing all night; Mead retreated after Lee received reinforcement; enclosed money not

  7  
Morris O'Connell to Chester Loomis (near Brandy Station, Va.)
Disturbed that his money which he bad sent CL had been stolen; furloughs were being granted, but are stopped again; some chance he might get one in winter; worried about care of children; if he came to Rushville, he would not have a place to stay and would have very little time to do anything about the children.

  7  
Fayette Green to Chester Loomis
Request for $2.00's worth of stamps.

  7  
William Francis to Chester Loomis (Washington)
Request for knowledge concerning situation of place for his wife to live.

  7  
Fayette Green to Chester Loomis
Request for $14.00. (Baltimore)