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country: you endured privations and inconveniences that would have discouraged any but the most determined, that you might be ready at any moment to respond to a call for your services from the General Government; you organized the first regiment added to the Massachusetts Volunteer Militia, and were one of the first to be mustered into the service of the United States; you were engaged in one of the first great battles, and up to the present time are the only three years' regiment from this Cominonwealth, whose entire force has been actively engaged on the battle-field.
I will take this opportunity to state, that from the first moment that it becaine apparent that the difficulties that beset our Republic could only be settled by an appeal to arms, I have endeavored to do my duty to my country, and gave it the benefit of my military experience as an officer in the Massuchusetts Volunteer Militia, for nearly fifteen years, during which time I made every exertion to prepare myself to perform correctly the duties of any office I might be called upon to fill. And, to the best of iny humble ability, I have endeavored to make our regiment effective, and to promote your comfort and welfare. I can conscientionsly say that there is Do act of my official life that I desire to recall.
I cannot take official leave of you without thanking you, each and all, for your generous support in the affairs of the regiment: for the marks of confidence and good will that you have shown me on so many occasions ; and I shall look back with pride upon our association together, our early trials, our pleasant encampments, our fatiguing marches, and our experience on the battle-field, affordug, as they do respectively, evidence of your individual perseverance, your social qualities, your patient endurance, and your coolness, bravery, and efficiencv, as a regiment. When our now distracted country becomes again united and prosperous, you will return to your firesides and receive the welcome from your fellow-citizens and friends to which you are so richly entitled for your courage in the field, your discipline in camp, and for your patriotism in leuving pleasant homes to risk your lives in defence of that Union upon which the prosperity and peace of our country now and hereafter depends, upon the perpetuation of which will decide the problem of self-government. The recollection that you stood by your country in ite darkest hour and its greatest peril, will afford you the highest satisfaction when you shall once more return to enjov the quiet and comforts of civil life. Bidding you farewell, and wishing you individual health and prosperity, and as a regiment, success,
I reinain yours,
GEORGE CLARK, JR.
The Governor subsequently promoted the lieutenant-colonel to the command of the regiment and Major Tileston to the lieutenant-colonelcy.
About the last of October, the brigade received orders to march, and after struggling through the mud for three days the Elevenih encamped on the Maryland shore of the Potomac, near Budd's Ferry, and about forty-five miles from Washington. The rebels had erected powerful batteries on the Virginia shore opposite, and throw shot and shell at intervals into our lines, but without causing loss of life, and doing but little damage otherwise. The picket duty here, on account of the mud, the distance they were sent from camp, and frequent incursions of the enemy from the opposite shore, together with the fact that they were surrounded with enemies, open and disguised, was both irksome and hazardous.
A scouting expedition, consisting of Companies A, D, and K, and commanded by Lieut. Col. Tileston, succeeded in capturing a cannon and other military stores, con. cealed in the wood near Port Tobacco. The expedi'ion was absent from camp about three weeks, and the manner in which it was conducted was highly coinplimented by the Commanding General of the Division. At the time we go io press, the regiment is still occupying winter quarters in their camp, near Budd's Ferry, anxiously awaiting the order which will enable them once more to encounter their traitorous foe.
Field and Staff, 11th Reg.
GEORGE CLARK, JR.........Dorchester.
Discharged Oct. 11, 1861.
.GEORGE F. TILESTON Boston.
Promoted from major, Oct. 11, 1861. Major
...PORTER D. TRIPP.... Boston.
Promoted from capt. Company C, Oct. 11, 1861.
...... Boston. Adjutant
Transferred to Company F, Ist lieut.
Promoted from 2d lieut., Company F, Sept. 14, 1861.
Discharged Dec. 12, 1861.
Promoted brigade surgeon in Aug., 1861, died 1862.
Gill Nathaniel, Boston
Dodge William B., New Boston Brigham Ephraim T., Exeter Frost Lorenzo, Ashland
Kendall Jacob, Woburn Brigham William H. B., Salem Perkins Augustus, Ashland
Noyes William A. F., Ashland Brigham George A. D., Exeter Neal Robert J., Boston
Spooner Charles, Ashland
Bell Abper E.. Ashland
Hartshorn Benjamin II., Ashland Chandler George H., New Boston Mellen Albert B., Charlestown Davis John 0., Newmarket
Veith Jacob, New York
Company A, Boston. - 11th Reg. Was recruited by Capt. Maclelland Moore, at the regimental headquarters in Court St. Capt. Moore gave his personal attention to secure the comfort of his men until they were mustered into service. He fought at the battle of Bull Run, and was promoted lieut.-col. of the 28th Massachusetts Regiment.
MACLELLAND MOORE, Boston, promoted lieut. col. 28th Reg., Oct. 28, '01.
Thomas G. BowDON, Boston, wounded and prisoner at Bull Run, died at 1st Lieut.,
Joux H. Whirren, Charlestown, promoted from 2d lieut., July 21, 1861. 2d Lieut., FRANK R. JOSSELYN, Lynn, promoted from sergeant, July 21, 1861.
NOX-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND PRIVATES.
Lyman Lawrence, Cambridge Me Tavish Alexander, Boston
Diggin Michael, Boston, wounded Lynch Hugh Josselyn t'rank R., Lynn, promoted and prisoner at Bull Run
Little John to 21 lient.
Deanes George J., South Boston Meacham Jeremiah F., Boston
Max John K, Boston
Moorse Samuel R., oston, deserted Smith George B., Cambridgeport Edwards Dennis, Boston
Moglan Richard, Boston
Farmer A. E., Billerica, wound- Muluney John, Boston, wounded Remie Jacob, Boston, promoted to ed and prisoner at Bull Run, and at battle Bull Run, since died sergeant
Mc Mahan William Tavlor llenry, Shirley, discharged Furfey Patrick, Grafton
McDonald John T. Wakefield Charles H., Boston Finton Michael, Lowell
McGlynn John, Worcester, lost Moore Daniel A., Boston Fox John
right arm at battle Bull Run Rose Henry F., Providence, R. I. Farley Philip, Worcester
Philips James C. jr., Mausfield
Phelon Andrew, Boston
Pierce James H., Cambridge port Gruen Charles W., Boston
Green Lewis A, Cambridgeport Pilling Charles A., Lawrence Richardson Joseph P., Boston Green Charles W., Boston, pro- Richardson Joseph P., South WeyMusicians. moted to corporal
mouth, promoted to corporal Martain George E., Cambridgeport Green William, deserted
Ricker John W., Quincy
Greenleaf Geo. w., Cumbridgeport Riordan, William C., Sandwich Brown John P., East
Cambridge Gately James, Boston, deserted Riordan George W. Sandwich Butterfield Geo. H., Cambridge port Gazet Edward K., Boston
Sturges Charles E., Boston, disch'd Brown Williain, South Boston Hasson James, Boston, deserted Shannessy Edward, Boston Bonville Louis, South Weymouth Hutchins Benj. F., Brunswick, Me. Shaughnessy John Beanlien Moses, South Weymouth Hume Charles, Cambridgeport Sullivan Charles, Cambridge Bowers John, Cambridgeport Hume David, Cambridgeport
Sullivan John, Holliston, wounded Bowers John M., Cambridgeport, Hannatord Walter, Charlestown, at Bull Run promoted to corporal discharged
Sullivan Daniel, Burlington
Hawkes John F., Cambridgeport Thorp George B., Boston
Thompson Frank, Boston
Joined æter the Reg. lei Masa. Cowen Andrew, Boston Hagan Lawrence
Batchelder Joba, Salem Cruff James II., Boston, wounded Killroy Thomas, Boston
Donlan Patrick, Boston and prisoner at Bull Run
Kilduit James, Roxbury, wounded Foulds John, Newbury port
King John, Wenham
Miley Orrin, Lynn
Southwick Joseph P., Lynn
Thomas Michael, Marblehead Doherty Michael, Boston
Littletield Andrew, Roxbury
Company B (Paul Revere Guard), Boston. - 11th Reg. Company B was recruited by Capt. John H. Davis, at the Court Street Rendezvous, but obtained a large portion of his company in Lowell. He was one of the projectors of the regiment, and rendered eflicient aid to the field and staff officers. He fought at Bull Run.
Captain, JOHN HENRY DAVIS, Boston. 1st Lieut., WALTER NO Smith, Calais, Me., promoted from 2d sergeant, Sept. 12, 1861.
DUNBAR, JR., , discharged 7, 1861.
FRANK HAYES, Bostou, discharged Sept. 6, 1861. 2d Lieut., CHARLES C. RIVERS, Thomaston, Me., promoted from sergeant, Company
D, Sept. 12, 1861.
NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND PRIVATES.
Bayley Benj. H., Roxbury, proPorter John jr., Boston, discharged Maloney John, Weymouth
moted w corporal Smith Walter N., Calais, Me., pro- Mckenna John, Boston
Burn, John, Bo stun moted Istiieut. Sept. 12, 1861 Symonds Heman M., Lowell Bradford William, Lowell Young William, Lowell, promoted
Inicis. orderly, Dec. 1st, 1801 Knapton William, Boston
since battle Bull kun, July 21, of Kermer Frederic W., New York Doe Elphonso W., Rumney, N. H. Curly Philip, Hollis, N. H. Maloney John P., Braintree
Carpenter Joseph F., Lowell
Collins Timothy. Lowell
Chink Richard W., Lowell, pro-
moted to corporal Kennedy John L., Lowell, de- Brown William II., Boston, pro- Campbell Williain, Berlin tached on signal corps
moted to corporal
Cook George, Halifax, N. 8.
Collins John, Lowell
Clark Coleman, Lowell tree, promoted to sergeant Broderick Michael, Boston
Cunningham James, Lowell Milkie James, South Braintree, pro- Bryne Thomas L.., Beardstown, Conley Frank, Lowell moted to sergeant
promoted to corporal
Clemmens Abraham, Lowell Stibe Jacob, Germany, in hospital Burrell William, Maine
Deery Patrick, North Chelinsford at Washington Feb. 10, 1802 Bean Daniel, Lowell
Doherty George T., Buston, pro-
moted to corporal
Dodwell Charles, Lowell
Donohoe Thomas, No. Bridgewater
Death James, Lowell, discharged
Freeman Benjamin F., Lowell, dis
battle Bull Run, died since at
at Bull Run
promoted to corporal Loomis William A., Lowell
Mickle David, Essex Co., N. Y.
Walsh William, North Bridgewater
moted to corporal
at Bull Run
Joined after the Reg.l.ft Yas.
Company C (Clark Light Guard), Boston. 11th Reg.
He Company C was raised by Capt. Porter D. Tripp at a rendezvous in Hanover Street. drvoted his whole time to work, fought at Bull Run, and was promoted to major of
the regiment. While at Camp Cameron, a beautiful flag was presented the company, by Mrs. Caswell, of Boston. The presentation speech was made by Mr. H. N. Richardson, and Capt. P. D. Tripp responded in an appropriate manner; after which a collation was given in honor of the occasion, during which a splendidly-bound Bible was presented to Lieut. Coy, by Miss M. McDonnell.
PORTER D. TRIPP, Boston, promoted to major, Oct. 11, 1861.
ALONZO COY, Boston, appointed adjutant. 1st Lieut.,
TIMOTHY TEAFFE, Boston, promoted from 2d lieut., Oct. 11, 1861, discharged
Jan. 8, 1862.
Wu. R. PORTER, Boston, commissioned Jan. 9, 1862. 2d Lieut., WM. H. H. Joy, promoted from scrgt. Co. D, Oct. 11, 1861, disch'd Jan. 8, 1862.
NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND PRIVATES.
Sullivan Thomas E., Boston
Goodwin Charles 0., East Stough- Stribling Erasmus D., Worcester Cook William, Boston
Spamer Frank, East Cambridge,
taken prisoner at battle of Buli Mosher Edwin J., Boston
Herberer Ferdinand, Cambridge- Run, and carried to Richmond Glassell John, Boston
port, taken prisoner at battle of Seriggins Edward J., Charlestown Farrington John H., Boston, pro- Bull Run July 21, 1861, and car- Sullivan Dennis, Boston moted to sergeant
ried to Richmond
Skelton Benjamin, Boston
Tarbitt Walter, Boston
Taylor Mathew, Boston, deserted promoted to sergeant Jerick Jacob, Cambridge
Thompson llenry C., Natick
Tanner James, Boston
Tobin William, Boston
Thompson Otis, Boston
Welch John, Boston
Kearnan Francis, E. Abington, de- Wheeler Abner, Leominster Browner Janes, Boston
Whitney Simni, Boston
Welch Richard, Milford
Wood George W., No. Bridgewater Burrell Elbridge U., North Reading Lathrop Elias T., Bunion
Williams George 0., Rowley, mistr Buckley Michael, Abington Loftyss Martin, Abington
ing since batile of Bull Run Bean William A., Boston
McDevitt George, East Boston Wilson Everett J., Worcester Ballard Eiwin, Boston
Murphy Joseph, Boston, died Oct. Welch Michael, East Abington, Bangs J. F. F., Chelsea
promoted to corporal Brown Henry C., Boston Myers Irad, Boston
Whitcomb W. W., Boston, woundBrewer Edward T., Worcester Moore John, Boston
ed and prisoner at battle of Bull Carline William, Chelsea, promoted Martin John, Boston
Run, July 21, 1861 to corporal
Marston Edward M., Boston, dis- Work William T., East Boston Claffey Andrew J., Boston, pro- charged. Rečnlisted in 3d Maine Joined after the Reg. left for seat of moted to corporal Regiment Sept. 23, 1861
itur. Coyle Bernard, Norton
Mathias Henry. Boston, killed at Austin Benjamin. Newburyport Conner Patrick O., Boston
buttle of Bull Run July 21, 1861 Brown James A., Neu bury port Connell John, Quincy, wounded Miller Fred. A., Eust Cainbridge Black John, Newbury port at battle of Bull Run Mehan Michael, Boston
Cronin Cornelius, Cambridgeport Coitin Ephraim, Chelsea, deserted Morrisey Jo'ri, Marlboro
Campbell Thomas W., NewburyCummings Jolin, deserted
Makinson William G., Lawrence port
Donnell lliram C., Newburyport Doyle Francis, Boston
O'Shea John, Boston, wounded at Dow Amos, Newbury port Deuxans Hubert, Boston
Bull Run and discharged
Frost William L., Newbury port Dunnells John W., Boston Pfau Andrew, Boston
Greyton Obed W., Newburyport Durgin George F., Natick Palch Theodore, Roxbury
Gates Irving C., Hubbardston Dix Elijah K., Bucksport, Me. Purcell Patrick, Lawrence, disch'd Hall Stephen W., Newbury port Foster Peter E., Pembroke Ross James E., Boston
Lang Johu c., Newbury port, apFlemming Michael, Boston Ranney Ephruim, discharged
pointed corporal Guffney James, Boston
Rankin Jumes, Hopkinton, deserted Muce Charles C., Newbury port
Leed John, Cambridgeport
Ricker John W., Newbury port
Woodard Charles C., Lowell
Company D, Boston. - Ilth Reg. Company D was recruited by Capt. John W. Butters, at the Court Street Rendezvous, and was composed principally of young North End mechanics. He fought at Bull Run.
COMMISSIONED OFFICERS. Captain,
JOHN W. BUTTERS, Boston, discharged Sept. 13, 1861.
JAMES W. McDONALD, North Woburn, 1st lieut. Co. F till Sept. 14, 1861. 1st Lieut., MALCOLM GRAHAM, North Woburn, discharged Jan. 16, 1862. 2d Lieut.,
CHARLES H. DELOID, North Woburn, discharged Sept. 12, 1861.
NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND PRIVATES.
Odiorne George D, deserted mited 2d lieut. Co. C Goode Thomas, Boston
Onthank George E., Southboro
Plunkett Robert E., Lowell
Price Isanc, East Cambridge
Perry James promoted 2d lieut., Company B Gibbins Hush
Porter Daniel M.
Richardson Chas., N. Hampshire
Rutledge George E., Cambridge
Hewett Chas. H., pris. at Bull Run Read James, Somerville
Ruggles Wm. P., Hanover, N. H.
Rice James A lludson Chas. 'T., Framingham Harmon Daniel II., Dorchester Riley Timothy W., St. John's Rurke Peter F., Cambridge
Huxhes Michael, wounded and Shannon John, wounded at B. Run Murphy Matthew, Boston
prisoner at Bull Run
Simonds John B., Mobile, Ala. Deane Ilenry C., Boston Hathaway Charles W.
Sullivan William A., Boston
Sullivan John W., Boston
Ingraham Silas W., prisoner at Sullivan Patrick Fetherson Thomas, Boston
Schean John D.
Joy Charles E., Boston, discharged | Skahan Lawrence, Framingham Thomas James S., Charlestown Kernackan John B., Boston
'Thomas Calvin P., Charlestown Manning M. T., Brattleboro, Vt. Kilroy John, wounded and prison- Wadsworth Benjamin, deserted Wagoner. er at Bull Run
Willey James A.
Walkup James E.
Knowlton Edward, Dover, N. H. Joineil after the Regt. left Mass. Abanatha Wm., Upper Canada Kingsbury Asa W., Framingham Babbington Amos, Lowell Brown James E. Little William J., Boston
Cavanaugh Wm. D., Newbury port Butler James E., East Cambridge Linnahan David, Boston
Cavanaugh David, Newbury port Brown Charles W., Framingham Looby Edward, Lawrence
Cook Peter S., Waketield, N. H. Bigelow Josiah Q. Framingham, Long Joh, Boston
Cormick Wm. B., Woburn wounded at Bull Run
Mansfield Chas. R., N. Haven, Ct. Currun Blaney, Boston
Dillon John E., Roxbury
Delanty Edward, Newburyport
Downes Jeremiah, Newbury port Curran John, West Randolph, McCarty John, wounded and pris- Evans John, Halifax, N. S. wounded at Bull Run oner at Bull Run
Edwards Wm. Boston Curran Timothy, West Randolph McElhenry Frank, deserted
Forest George, Boston Cuttinz Geo. E., Framingham, des. Martin Jumes
Lawler John, Boston Driscoll Daniel A., New Bedtord Mahoney Thomas
McCeever Edward, Camhridge Dillon James C.
May George T., Concord, Vt. McCush Hugh, Halitax, N. S. Dudley Edward W., Charlestown Merley William
McCuish) Augus, Scotland
Munroe James E., Framingham Randall Simeon A., Easton
Van Moll Augustine C., Flanders Foster Henry
McGaffaney Michael, Woburn, Wordell George A., Westport Fay Edward P., deserted
wounded at Bull Run
Company E, Boston.- 11th Reg. Company E was enlisted by Capt. J. R. Bigelow, at the general rendezvous in Court St. Capt. Bigelow is a gentleman of fine ability; fought at Bull Run, and is much loved by his company.
COMMISSIONED OFFICERS. Captain, JAMES R. BIGELOW, Boston, discharged Sept. 13, 1861. 1st Lieut.,
WM. A. CLARK, discharged Sept. f, 1861.
WM. E. FARWELL, Boston, promoted from 20 ljeut., Sept. 10, 1861. 2d Lieut, HENRY PAGE, Boston, promoted from quartermaster sergeant, Sept. 10, 1861.
NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND PRIVATES.
Burch Joseph D., East Cambridge, Dunan Patrick, Manchester, N. H., Wilkins Fiederik G., Boston
taken prisoner at battle Bull Run promoted to corporal Pierce Ira, Lowell
July 21, 1961
Daily Dennis, Boston Keyes Michael J., Boston
Clarke Homer T., Norwich, Conn. Fall James H., East Boston Hinckley George W.. South Boston Cochran George, W. Waterville, Me. Fall Albert K., E. Boston, deserted Corporals.
Cummings Ralph, South Boston, Farrington William F., Boston, Mohan Edwin A.
promoted to corporal, wounded promoted to corporal Cazmay Thomas T., Boston, de- at battle Bill Rin, July 21, 1861 Fleming lugh. So. Baston, wound* rted City John, East Boston
ed at battle of Bull Run, July 21, Penn Charles H., Lowell
Covell vieorge W., Boston, promo- 18:51 McElroy James, Boston, deserted ted to corporal
Foster John, N. York. discharged Ashley Thomas R., promoted to Croak Edward, Boston, deserted Galvin Ellward, New York sergeant Craige John, East Boston
Garnier Henry, Boston Beavey Paul R., promoted to ser- Conley Jeremiah, Andover, dis- Gorman Thomas, Boston geant charged
Hopkins Johnson, Hudson, N. Y. Musicians.
Carroll Jos., Rock bottom, wound- Howard Ferdinand, South NewWeinzer Nicholas, East Boston ed and taken prisoner at Bull market, N. H. Welch John
Run, July 21, INDI
Hughes John, Boston Donovan Thomas V., Boston, taken Conley Charles, Cambridgeport llunt John C., South Boston
prisoner at battle of Bull Run, Downey Dennis, No. Bridgewater, Harned George, Rye, N. H. July 21, 1961
wounded at the battle of Bull Hagerty William, Boston, disWagner, Run, July 21, 18 1
charged Hull Henry A.. Charlestown Daniels Benjamin, Boston, wound- Howard Richard, Roxbury Pioneer.
erl at battle Bull Rin, July 21, 61 Isaac Williain I., South Boston Kimball Isaac F., Methuen
Davis Georg” R., Natick, dead Ingraham Rodolphus, Saxon ville Prirats.
Downey William, Boston.promited Kerr Thomas, Eist Boston, dead Allen William, Boston, deserted to corporal; wounded at Bull Lippman J. W. B., East Boston, Belton Thomas, Bostoi
wounded, and taken prisoner and Bernard Joel H., Plaintield, N. H. Doyle Perley A., Bangor
exchanged Barke Patrick M., New York Dolan James, Boston
Lewis Daniel, Vassalboro', Me., Bragg Junes G., Cambridgeport Darney James, Worcester
wounded at Bull Run, taken pris. Buek Charles W., Boston
oner, and released by rebels
Lowe James, South Boston
moted to corporal
Quinlan Timothy, Boston
at battle of Bull Run, July 21, 61
and taken prisoner at battle Bull
battle Buil Run. July 21, 1801
battle Bull Run, July 21, 1061
prisoner at battle Bull Run, July
White James B., South Boston, de
Joined after the Regi. Iest Mass.
Company F, Boston. - 11th Reg. Company F' was raised by Capt. Leonard Gordon, in Boston. He obtained a hardy lot of men, like himself, and his genial nature, even under the most disheartening circumstances, made him a general favorite. He was severely wounded at Bull Run, and fell into the bands of the enemy as a prisoner.
JAMEB W. McDonald, North Woburn, promoted to captain, Company D, 18t Lieut.,
Sept. 14, 1861.
BROWNELL GRANGER, Boston, transferred from adjutant. 20 Lieut.,
Simon P. CURRIER, Boston, promoted to adjutant 11th Reg., Sept. 14, 1801.
NOX-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND PRIVATES.
Carruth William J., Boston, dis- Lyman William F.
Lang John, Boston Whiting Andrew M., Boston, killed Cole Duniel G., Blackstone
Lamb Jumes, Boston at buttle Bull Run, July 21, 1961 Clarrage James 0.
Martin Charles, Woburn Rogers George W. L., So. Brook- Clifford Thoinas B.
Mckinney William J., Brighton lyn Clough Joseph E., Boston
McFarland Robert, Charlestown, McLellan Thomas A., Boston, pro- Culler Peter, Lawrence, deserted discharged
moted to 2d Lieut. Co. D, lith Conant Marcus, Littleton, killed at McCarty Robert Reg.
battle Bull Run, July 21, 1861 McTear Andrew, Roxbury, proKemp George A., Boston, killed at Douty Justin C., Cambridge
moted to corporal battle Bull Run, July 21, 1861 Donnell George E., Medford
Morse James C.
McShane Patrick, Boston
and prisoner at batile Bull Run Mitchell James, Boston, wounded Nickerson John, Boston, died at Dundas James, Chelsea
and prisoner at battle Bull Run Bladensburg. Md. Delaney Richard S.
McGurthy Patrick Burroughs George W., Boston, pro- Edles William, Plymouth, taken Munroe John, Boston, discharged moted to sergeant prisoner
Nugent Sylvester Quincy Charles 0., Quincy, Emerton Timothy O., Boston
Pratt Giles, Cuttingsville Kerr Willium, Cambridgeport, Erb Adolphus, South Boston
Pendergast John W., Lowell
Poor Horace A.
killed at battle Bull Ruu, July 21, Quincy Calvin H., Augusta, Me. Dunham Thomas H., Boston, pro
Reid David moted to sergeant
Foster Edwin, Charlestown, taken Richardson Emery, Medway Jusicians. prisoner
Roberts John B., Boston
Rogers Herry N.
Rowe Samuel C.
Sisson James E., Brighton
Starkey Abel, Bristol, R. I.
Stearns Charles A., Jamaica Plain, Allen Benjamin
Goldsmith William L. B., Jamaica killed at battle Bull Run Andrews George F., Boston, pro- Pluin
Sands Gustavus moted to corporal Hanlon John, Chelsea
Spear Charles II., Weymouth Archibald John, Boston, deserted Houston John C., Boston, died Sheridan Jas., S. Boston, wounded, Batcheller George H.
Hiscock Sewall, Jr., Cambridge, taken prisoner and released Brackett Rufus C., Boston, dis- discharged
Sutherland Alexander, So. Boston charged Hilton Ebenezer, Medford
Tarbox Asa Brackett James R., Boston
Ilutch Andrew C., Somerville Trufant Edwin T., Wey mouth Bolt Thom's E.
Hinton Frederick H., East Cam- Trout Bratford Boucher Michael, Boston
Turner George, Boston, deserted Boulter Alpheus, Boston Holbrook James, Boston
Underwood Hiram A., Boston, proBiakeley John W., South Reading, Huntington Micajah P.
moted to corporal wounded and taken prisoner Hays Edward, Boston, wounded, Wilson Nathan W., Somerville, Buchan James, Roxbury
taken prisoner avd released
promoted to corporal Coyle John Kezar Alonzo C.
Weld [forace P., South Mulden Crucker Enoch, Weymouth, killed Kelley James A., Boston
Wood Henry A., Quincy
Wright Thomas D., Boston
Winter Leonaril, Boston
Leonard Charles M., Weymouth Whelan John, South Boston, taken Cushing William E., Weymouth Landing
prisoner and relensed Conant Simon T., Boston Linton Edward F., Weymouth
Whitcher Im I.
Withington Nathan N.
Young Thurles H.