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NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND PRIVATES.
Sergrants.
Davenport Alfred, Dorchester

Morse G. J., Melrose
Whiston David, Busion
Dudley L. E., Salem

McCluskey Joseph F., Boston
Howe Jacob A., Boston
Drew C. A., Boston

Munn T. J., Melrose
Shepard Warren E., Boston
Estes Duna, Boston

Nutze E., Boston
J'att William, Boston
Estes A. S., Boston

Paine Geo. Franeis, Cambridge
Henderson Robert B., Boston
Evans R. D., Boston

Pfeffer A., Roxbury
Corporals.

Freeman Warren H., West Cam- Porter Wm. R., Dorchester, proRoafe Geo. W., Boston

bridge

moted
Russell Chay. F., Somerville
Frost W. S., Roxbury

Pope John F., Dorchester
Cundy Wm. H., Boston
Fish J. F., Sudbury

Pearson W. B., Brighton
Driscoll C.F., Boston
Fiske J. W., Boston

Putnam N. M., South Boston
Hovey A. R., Boston
Forbes J. L., Boston

Punchard Augustus W., Boston
Fiedler P. E., Borton
Granger I., É., Boston

Rivers W.E., South Boston
Vue John A., Boston
Gray John C., Boston

Reed Herbert A., South Boston Whiton Russell J., Somerville Gridley W. A., Boston

Senter C. W, C., South Boston
Prirates.
Hebard H. J. A., Boston

Shelton A. F., Melrose
Allyn W. B., Cambridge
Hin G. II., Boston

Shaw G. H., South Boston, transAllen Edward Franklin, Brookline Hinckley S. S., Boston

ferred to N. Y. 9th Reg.
15h G. M., Charlestown
Hentz Albert E., Roxbury

Soule W. S., Boston
Bryant W. C., Boston
Holden H. A., Quincy

Simonds J. F., Melrose
Brigham E. H., Boston
Ilorton R. T., Boston

Sassard A., Melrose
Boyd E. A., Newton
Holbrook S. P., Dorchester

Shaw J. H., Boston
Bowker T. P., jr., Boston
Harris H. A., Lawrence

Stodder John S. Boston
Boud win John A., Boston
Jepson G. E., Dorchester

Trull E.J., Watertown
Brackett U., Brighton, deserted Jones F. A., Rumuey, N. H.

Tainter Geo. A., Melrose
Brooks A. F., South Reading
Jones A. H., Melrose

Tainter Dean W., Charlestown, kullard Samuel M., Boston Jenkins William, Dorchester

detailed for gun-boat service on Clapp J. C., Dorchester Keenan T. R., Boston

Mississippi, Feb. 17, 1862
Clark John C., Boston
Kellogg U., jr., Roxbury

Tower W., Boston
Chenery D., jr., Belmont
Kilby T., Melrose

Walker D, G., Boston
Crocker J. IL, Melrose
King Geo. L., Boston

Walker K.J., Cambridgeport Coleman E, B., Boston, deserted Kerigan W.J., Boston

Woolman J. E.. Boston
Cunningham C. N. W., Boston Lemoine Joel H., Boston

Weldon W. B., Boston
Dorman H. P., Roxbury
Leeds J.P., Boston

Wait F, W., Roxbury, discharged
Dexter J. P., jr., Boston
Lowell James H., Boston

Weldon J. F., Somerville
Dyer X. M., Melrose
Lee H., Boston

Whitinan Alieu D., Auburn, Me.

Company B, Boston.–13th Rog.

COMMISSIONED OFFICERS.

Captain, JOSEPH S. CARY, Boston. 1st Lieut.,

John G. HOVEY, Boston, promoted to captain Co. E, Jan. 31, 1862.

GEORGE BUSH, Boston, promoted from 2d lieut. Co. A, Jan. 31, 1802. 2d Lieut., AUGUSTUS N. SAMPSON, Boston.

NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND PRIVATES.
Sergeants.
Curtis Alfred O., Boston

Manning C. W., Boston
Livermore Oliver C. Boston
Cullen J., Boston, discharged

Mecuen George E., Boston
Stimpson Frank E., No. Cambridge Davis William, Boston

Mills Churles B., Boston
Carey Samuel E., Boston

Davis Chas. E., jr., So. Boston McIntire S. F., Boston
Tower Martin, Randolph
Dexter E. L., Boston

Macmuhan John, Waltham
Baker Frank O., Boston
Dorr L. L., South Boston

Morse Albert E., Boston
Corporals.
Duren Freeman H., Chelsea

Morrill Joseph M., Boston
Worcester George S., Boston
Edson J. M., Stowe

Noyes J. B. Boston
Beaumont Walter P.

Emerson George N., Waltham Pomroy George K., Chelsea
Mayo Charles H.

English A. T., jr., South Boston Perkins Wm. F., Boston
Dicks David F., Milton
Elins J. F., South Boston

Richards Chas. N., Dorchester
Brigham Albert W., Boston
Fild Edwin, Chelsea

Rice Wm. H., Boston
Armstrong Robert M., Boston
Field W.A., Quincy

Robinson Edward F., Boston
Coombs Wm. M., Boston
Foster O. M., Vermont

Reed L. W., Boston
Bigelow Loring, Quincy
Fuller J. F., Boston

Rideout Wm. H. II., Boston
Prirates.
Goodrich J. Y., Conn.

Rooney Peter J.. Boston
Allen F. W., Somerville
Green William, Lexington

Robertson Gilbert, Boston
Ayres M. G., Boston

Harrington Charles B., Boston Sanborn H. S., Buston Brown Chas D., Boston, promoted Hill George H., Boston

Simpson G. H., Boston
lieut. 29th Reg.
Hillınan E. F., Boston

Siess David, Boston
Bates H., Mass.
Howe W. H. H., Boston

Smith W., East Lexington
Baxter Frank J., Boston
Hoge Elias O., Hopkinton

Spurr A. W., Boston
Bemis A. P., Waltham, deceased Holmes Solon, Boston

Stewart J., Boston
Bent H., South Boston
Howland Chas, C., Boston

Stone George B., Boston Blanchard Wm. F., Boston, acci- Holt Charles W., Boston, ward Stringer William, Boston, transdentally shot in left side master

ferred to Co. H.
Bigelow C. C., Boston
Hunt Irving S., Southboro'

Sprague Williarn W., Mass.
Bennett J. A., Boston
Johnson W. H., Boston

Sietson Warren B., Quincy
Berry Thomas, Boston

Johnston A. V., South Boston Townsend Samuel' w.. Boston Burns Thomas, South Boston Kimball George H., Waltham

Vorra Edward A., Boston
Bowen G. H., Hopkinton

Kimball Chas. D., Portland, Me. Waitt J. N., Boston
Collins Charles H., Boston
Lamb H. C., Boston, deserted

Webster Isaac 1.., Virginia
Cody James, Boston
Leland Chas. E., Chelsea

White Joseph W. Boston
Chandler Joseph, Lexington
Lynde Albert, Boston

Whidden P. C., Charlestown
Clark Wm. L. G., Boston
Lowe Lyman H., Chelsea

William F. A., Boston
Curtis John B., Boston
Lord J. L., South Boston

Young James A., South Boston Crane S. P., Boston

Littlefield Jacob H., South Boston

Captain, {

Company C, Boston. – 13th Reg.

COMMISSIONED OFFICERS.
JOHN KURTZ, Boston, promoted lieut.-col. 23d Reg., Sept. 25, & col. Oct. 23, '61.

WM. H. JACKSON, Watertown, promoted from 1st licut., Sept. 25, 1871. 1st Lieut., John W. SANDERSON, Westboro', promoted from sergeant, Oct. 10, 1561. 2d Lieut., WALTER H. Judson, Chelsea.

NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND PRIVATES.
Sergeants.

Little Thos. J., Boston, promoted Stimpson J. Hall, Dorchester Marshall George E., Chelsea

sergt, major

Russell G. T., Boston Wales Sigourney, Dedhain

Corporals.

Adams Wm. D., Chelsea Lemoyne George S., Boston

Cody Edward W., Charlestown, Blanchard W.A., Boston Rowe E. F., Chelsea

promoted sergt.

Armstrong Geo. D., Boston

Mirian.
Rendall Edward, Boston

Privates.
Arnott John, Boston
Allen C.H., Boston
Appleton T. L., Brighton
Bultinch C. F. Boston, promoted

corporal
Bosworth Nathaniel, Boston
Bennett Elias H., Brighton
Blodgett R.
Bradbury Frank A., Medford
Bull George H., Hartford
Buttery Charles, Brighton
Currier Samuel, Natick
Callender Walter, Boston
Cole Seth L., Boston
Clement Charles, Andover
Costin J., Boston
Collis Charles, Boston
Coffin Chas. E., Berwick, Me.
Cushing C., Brighton
Chamberlain Spencer, Westboro'
Cotin Henry C., Boston
Davidson A., Boston
Dickinson Frederic A., Boston
Dyer Albert W., Medford
Ewell William, Cambridgeport
Foley John, Boston
Fairbanks J., Boston
Goldsmith Santord K., Boston
Gates Ira G., Boston
Gardner Chas. R-, Boston

Holbrook Edward, Boston
Healey Geo. R., East Weymouth
Healey W. M., Boston
Hall Jerry M., Malden
Halstrick Joseph, Boston
Hunt Samuel P., Boston
Horn Geo, K., Woburn
Hamblett Owen A., Milford, N. H.
Johnson Seth W., Boston
Jackson Chas. F., Watertown, pro-

moted corporal
Johnson Albert N., So. Boston
Kenney J. W., South Boston, pro-

moted corporal; wounded at Dam

No. 5, Dec. 8, 1861
Keith Nelson, South Boston
Keith John E., Cambridgeport
Kraitzer Julian F., Boston
Keating Joseph A., Natick
Kittield Henry P., Manchester
Knox Daniel E., Chelsea
Kane James, Stowe
Litchfield A., Bostoni
Lord Geo. A., South Boston
Lord William, Malden
Lord Henry C., Malden
Liscom Albert M., Boston
Long Wm. S., Point Shirley
McDonald John A., Boston
McCoy James L., Dedham
Mann Frank H., Boston
Mitchell John, Boston

Miles W., Woburn
Morris Roland B., Boston
Neill John A., Boston
Page Chas. E., Boston
Pierce John, jr., Boston
Pease J., Brighton
Ross William, Brighton
Renfrew H., Boston
Richards Henry H., Boston
Robinson W., Brighton
Rice Albert, Brighton
Richardson John D., jr., So.Boston
Ross Edmund H., Boston
Ring P., Woburn
Stimpson Edward A. Woburn,

wounded at Bolivar, Oct. 18
Scuttee Edward W., Boston
Seabury S. C. F., Boston
Sheafe Albert A., Boston
Stoddard Wm. F., Boston
Searles Geo. B., Boston
Smith Geo. H., Lexington
Stetson J., Medford
Twitchell Joseph H., Boston,

wounded at Bolivar, Oct. 18
Weeks N. B., Dedham
Wood Ephraim A., West Needham
Wilmarth A., Reading
Walker David S., Cambridgeport
Walker Oliver I., Boston
Warland O., Woburn
Willoughby Edward K., Woburn

Company D, Boston.-13th Reg.

COMMISSIONED OFFICERS.

Captain, AUGUSTINE HARLOW, Boston. 1st Lieut., CHAS. H. HOVEY, Boston, promoted captain Company K, Nov. 6, 1801. 2d Lieut., WM. H. CARY, Boston, promoted 1st lieut. Feb. 7, 1802.

NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND PRIVATES.
Sergeants.
Coombes S. A., Boston

Magraw C. C., Roxbury
Thompson James L., Boston
Clark W. T., Boston

Morse S. B., 2d, Melrose
Payson J. Clark, jr., Boston
Currier H.P., South Reading

Moore J. E., Newton
Washburn Henry W., Boston Coffin D. B., Winchester

Maynard G. H., Waltham
Demerritt Charles O., Boston
Cook H. E.

Marsh E. P., Bostou
Reed James K. P., Boston
Champney W. R., Boston

Neill David, South Boston
Corporals.
Dowling J. E., Boston

Pratt E. Boston
Spaulding George B., Tewksbury Davis E. L., Nelson, N. H.

Pierce H. H., Boston, discharged Everett James H., Roxbury Foster Eugene, Winthrop.

Pearson E. A., West Newton Damrell William S., Dedham Ford J. C., Cambridgeport

Peck C. L., Boston
Bacon Henry, Boston

Greenwood G. H., No. Gardner Prince Thomas, Boston
Rollins Edwin F., Boston
Greenwood A. H., Boston

Ripley F. B., Boston
Dana Isaac D., Boston
Grubb J. W., Charlestown

Robbins C. T., Chelsea
Buckman William M., Woburn Hastings G. H., Roxbury

Rhodes Frank
Lyford George A., Boston
Ham H. A., Boston

Ranson E.M., So. Reading, dis-
Wagoner.
Humphrey 0, H., Boston

charged Dec. 2, 1881
Stack John, Boston
Hastings F. B., Milton

Skinner 0. A., Milton
Privates.
Hollander L. P., Somerville

Sanders A. W., Boston
Alden Selah B., Natick
Hildreth S. A., Sherburne

Smith D. S., Boston
Anderson G. R., Boston
Hanscom W. A., Boston

Serrat L., Boston
Bacon Alonzo P., Boston
Howard E. J., Boston

Spooner B., Boston
Bell Clarence H., Boston
Howorth William L., Boston

Stone C. W., Boston
Bryer Alex W., Boston
Jones W. H., Lynn

Thurber D. S.. Boston
Brarohall B. M., Boston

Jones William M., East Boston Towne J. II., Brighton
Baker Alphonso, Boston

Kelley Joseph K., East Boston Thompson W. c., Woburn
Briggs J. G., Boston
Kendoll J. T. E., East Boston

Tobey George H., East Boston Burditt J. W., South Reading Litchfield B., East Boston

Whitney E. T., Melrose
Bazin S. E., Charlestown
Lovering J. G., Lynn

Wise G S., Boston
Blonde E. A., Charlestown
Lawrence J. T., Winchester

Watts J. M., Boston
Batchelder D, K., Boston
Leslie G. F., Saxon ville

Waite Osgood W., Malden
Bartlett D. F., Charlestown
Locke F. D., Boston

Whittemore S. K., East Cambridge
Crawley W. H., Boston
Leonard A. W., Charlestown

Wells E. E., Boswn
Crawley A. T., Boston
Miles J. O., Boston

Wellington Arthur N.
Carleton S. S., Claremont, N. H. Morris E. F., Buffalo, N. Y.

Company E, Boston.-13th Reg.

COMMISSIONED OFFICERS.
. R. M. PRATT, Roxbury, discharged Jan. 30,

Captain, { SUAN G. NOVE1,"Eskoon, promoted from a stallieit: Of Co. B, Jan. 31, 1862.

1st Lieut., JOSEPH COLBURN, Roxbury ; 2d Lieut., EDWIN R. Frost, Roxbury.

NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND PRIVATE8.
Sergeants.

Musicians.

Burns John, Abington, deserted Pratt Charles C., Roxbury

Nash C. L., Stoneham, from Co. G. Church Edward, Ruxbury Scott Edwin B., Roxbury

Libby Frederick, South Boston Cook John E., Roxbury Wentworth W. H., Roxbury

Prirates.

Curtis Elijah J., Roxbury
Cook Freeman J., Boston
Arnold S. B., Roxbury

Connell William, Brighton
Montgomery Alpheus, Roxbury Amos Walter T., South Boston Cheney Geo. S., Roxbury,wounded
Cor orals.
Austin Orlow, Salem

at Sir John's Run, Nov. 26, 1061 Cook Charles W., Roxbury Baker John, Roxbury

Clark George, Worcester
Fisk Edgar A., Roxbury
Brambour Peter, Roxbury

Cowie Robert, Stowe
Dagney Michael, Roxbury

Bassett Alexander, South Boston Caswell John R., South Malden
Balch Henry C., Roxbury
Blake J. P., Roxbury

Carroll John W.
McElroy John. Roxbury
Bean W.A.S., Roxbury

Danfort" Edward S., Roxbury Jackson Daniel R., Roxbury Bean John E., Cambridge

Dove Henry, Roxbury
Bertch Charles, Boston
Barry Thomas, Boston

Donnell Joseph, Roxbury
Atchler Gottleib, Roxbury
Bacon James, Boston

Downey Thomas, Roxbury

Dunn J. B., Cambridge
Epple Henry, Roxbury
Farrar George A., Boston
Fairbanks Sanford, Waltham, de-

serted
Green Michael J., Roxbury
Griffin Samuel H., Roxbury
Gearing George, Roxbury
Green John W., Roxbury
Gay John, Est Boston, deserted
Glazier Joseph S.
Howe Charles E., Roxbury
Hutchings George S., Boxford
Henderson William A., South Bos-

ton, deserted
Hadley Samuel P., South Malden
liadley Henry M., South Malden
Jenness Edwin R. Roxbury
Johnson Robert F., Roxbury
Jones George F., Roxbury
Kuisingkai Anton, Roxbury
Kelley Michael, Roxbury

Lehman George, Roxbury
Lord William M., Roxbury
Lloyd Andrew J., Roxbury
Ley Frank A., Somerville
Moore George E., Chelsea
Macrea Joseph W., Roxbury
Morse Charles E., Boston
Maynard Charles H., Burlington
Montague Richard, jr., Boston
Mann Horace, Roxbury
Macey James, Melrose
Morse Amos, Dorchester
Mier Charles, Roxbury
McFarland Daniel, Boston
McLauchlan Charles H., Boston
McAlpin A. C., Boston
Newhall Edgar F., Roxbury
Nason David A., Portland
Nicholson John, Boston
Olmsteud Montgomery, Roxbury
Orrok George E., Roxbury
Reimbach Henry, Boston

Ryan Daniel, Abington, deserted
Rook William H., Roxbury
Ryan Thomas, Roxbury
Ramsey J. F., Boston
Richardson Henry, Roxbury
Schnell John, Roxbury
Stewart Lucian M., Woburn, de

serted
Stetcher Joseph, Boston
Tyler Charles H., Somerville
Trask Edward F., Roxbury
Winchester Stephen B., Roxbury
White George, Roxbury
Winslow Alden, Roxbury
Wells Alonzo, Roxbury
Walsh Matthew R., Roxbury
Waldron Bartlett C.. Roxbury

Recruits enlisted Oct. 21, 1501.
Langley Samuel A., Roxbury
Levins Morris, Boston
Voigt Hermann, Boston

Company F, Marlborough. – 13th Reg.

COMMISSIONED OFFICERS.

Captain, HENRY WHITCOMB, Boston. 1st Lieut., ABEL H. POPE, Marlborough ; 2d Lieut., Chas. F. MORSE, Marlborough.

NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND PRIVATES.
Sergeants.

Cross George W., Marlboro', de- Manson George F., Marlboro
Carter Calvin H., Marlboro'

serted

Mann Andrew J., Mariboro'
Pierce Enoch C., Boston
Crosby George L., Marlboro

Metcalf Hartly G., Berlin
Ross Donald, Múrlboro'
Dickey George T., Sudbury

Morse Jedekiah, Marlboro'
Gibson James, Boston
Duley George F., Holliston

Merrill Sewell H., Marlboro
Exley Henry, Marlboro'
Fay John S., Marlboro

Morse Frederick H., Marlboro
Corporals.
Fuller Samuel E., Berlin

Mead George F., Boston
Welsh Edwin N., Marlboro'
Gill Austin, Berlin

Nicholas Rolla, Bolton
Belser James H., Marlboro

Garfield Samuel H., Sudbury Nowell Harry F., Cambridge
Exley J. M., Marlboro
Hastings Abel B., Marlboro

Newhall William A., Marlboro Bridgewater George N., Marlboro' Haynes Charle; E., Sudbury

Oddy Francis J., Marlboro Gay Almer II., Sudbury

Harris Granville H., Marlboro Perkins Charles E., Marlboro' Woodbury Zoheth B., Marlboro Hartford Simeon F., Marlboro Prouty Elphonzo W., Marlboro' Stone James L., Marlboro' Harper Augustus, Berlin

Rice Wilbur H., Marlboro
Haynes Samuel M., Boston

Hariwell George E., Marlboro' Roberts Lewis, Marlboro
Privates.
Howe J. H., Marlboro

Roundy Charles H., Berlin
Atkinson George A., Marlboro Ilowe William P., Marlboro'

Rathburn Thomas F., Berlin
Bailey George H., Marlboro
Howe Charles A., Berlin

Rich Elliot A., Berlin
Barnard Edward, Berlin
Holder Charles E., Marlboro

Russell Francis B., Berlin, dis-
Barnes William B., Marlboro'
Haskell Seth G., Marlboro

charged
Barron William D., Boston
Huut Sumuel E., Marlboro'

Sawtell Joseph M., Berlin
Battles Henry F., Sudbury
Johnson John N. P., Berlin

Swift George L., Stowe
Bennett Charles S., Marlboro Johnson Mortimer, Sudbury

Shepard Joseph E., Weymouth Belser John, Marlboro Jones George W., Sudbury

Stone Moses E., Marlboro Brigham Williain F., Marlboro' Jones Frank, Marlboro'

Smith Spencer, Sudbury
Brigham Charles L., Marlboro' Johnson Hollis L., Berlin

Smith Charles S., Marlboro
Brigham Sidney A., Marlboro Kemmens Francis M., Bolton Smith George T., Wayland
Brigham Henry J., Marlboro Lathrop Washington 1., Marlboro Trow John A., Stow
Brown Cyrus U., Marlboro'
Marr Dennis, Marlboro

Vaughn Samuel, Reading
Brown Francis H., Sudbury

Maynard Jonathan A., Marlboro' Walcott Augustine G., Marlboro Bigelow Daniel R., Marlboro' Mason George II., Marlboro

Wheeler Nathan R., Marlboro Coolidge Ledra A., Marlboro' Mann Jonathan P., Marlboro

Wood Eli H., Marlboro
Coolidge Silas A., Marlboro
Moore John II., Sudbury

Willis George S., Sudbury
Collins Luke, Marlboro
McCarron James, Marlboro'

Wilson George, Marlboro
Choate Ezekiel W., Boston

Company G (Grey Eagles), Stoneham. - 13th Reg. Early in the struggle, the citizens of Stoneham took measures for raising a company, and on the 17th of April a company had been formed and recruited to its full number. "J. P. Gould was chosen to the captaincy, which he retained till the departure of the regiment to the seat of war, when, being promoted to the rank of major of the regiment, Capt. Fiske was commissioned in his place. Although the company was ready thus early, such was the eagerness of the people to spring to their country's defence, that the different companies could not be accepted as fast as they were offered, and it was not till the last of July that this company was ordered into service. During the time that it was waiting to join some regiment the town liberally contributed to its support, appropriating nearly $1,000 for that purpose. A uniform was also presented to each of the men, at a cost of $12, and a full set of equipments to each of the officers, by the citizens. In July, orders having been received to report at Fort Independence, they left the town, to join the 13th Regiment, nearly three hundred of the citizens volunteering as an escort.

COMMISSIONED OFFICERS.

Captain, EBEN W. FISKE, Stoncham. 1st Lieut., LORING S. RICHARDSON, Boston ; 2d Lieut., John H. FOLEY, Stoneham.

NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND PRIVATES.
Sergeants.
Trow T. F., Stoneham

Best John, Stoneham
Whitney Samuel C., Weston
Jones G. F., Stoneham

Blanchard J. E., Stoneham
Richardson Benjamin F., Stone- Jenkins A., Stoneham

Briggs W. R., Stoneham
ham
Field T. C., Stoneham

Broughton J. H., Stoneham
Bigelow F. W., Stoneham
Crowe W. L., Stoneham

Bessey Seth, Reading
Horne Charles E., Stoneham

Primates.

Boyce G. P., Reading
Wise A. P., Stoneham
Aiken Daniel C., Stoncham

Bryant S. A., Stonebarn
Corporals.
Ayer J. II., Stoneham

Burdick William H, Stonehan
Sanborn Herschel A., Stoneham Berry Samuel, jr., Stoneham Bancroft M. M., Wilmington
Parmenter C. A., Stoneham
Berry G. O., Stoneham

Campbell H. C., Stoneham
Crosby J. Q., Stoneham
Berry J. F., Stoneham

Callahan John, Stonelaw

Conant C. H., Stoneham
Child o. L., jr., Stoneham
Colcord J. W., Reading
Cook J. F., Reading
Crouch C. L., Reading
Davis J. F., Stoneham
Drew C. F., Stoneham
Dow A. J., Stoneham
Dale C. R., Woburn
Dodge M. G., Stoneham, transfer-

red to Andrew's Sharp Shooters
Dotey H., Stonehain
Eastinan 0. C., Stoneham, drum-

mer
Eastman O. M., Stoneham
Finnegan Hugh, Stoneham
Fiske E. A., Stoneham
Foster W. E., Reading
Foss H. M., Reading
Garvey Peter, Stoneham
Gould Osator, Stoneham
Greene L.F., Stoneham
Holmes C. A., Stoncham
Hood S. S., Woburn
Hayes Henry, Stoneham

Hilton J. M., Stoneham
Howard H., Stonehamn
Jones William H., Stoneham, pro-

moted drum major
Jones L., Stoneham
Jones David L., Boston
King J. W., Stoneham
King Robert, Stoneham
La Clair J. E., Stoneham
Lewis E. A., Stoneham
Lang C. H., Stoneham
Lufler H. H., Stoneham
Morse G. T., Woburn
Martin L., Stoneham
McGrady E., Stoneham
Maguire Charles, Stoneham
Matthews Michael, Stoneham
Noble J. W., jr., Stoneham
Nolan Peter, Stoneham
Noyes John, jr., Stoneham
Nash C. L., Stonehamn, transferred

to Co. E.
Osgood G. W., Stoneham
Perkins J. O., Stoneham

Prentiss Samuel, Stoneham, pro

moted fi fe major
Porter Huntington, Stoneham
Parker G. H., Reading
Parker T. A., Reading
Pratt W. K., Reading
Pratt C. S., Reading
Smith U. H., Stoneham
Smith E., Stoneham
Spencer J. W., Stoneham
Spear E. W., Stoneham
Sumes G. G., Reading
Thurston F. A.
Thayer H. S., Stoneham
Trow William II., Stoneham
Wheeler T. E., Stoneham
Whittier C. A., Stoneham
Wyman A., Stoneham
Weston C. H., Stoneham
Ward William, Stoneham
Williams L. T., Stoneham
Whitehouse Edgar, Stoneham
Washburn J. D., Stoneham
Wheeler J. B. Stoneham

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Company H (Mechanic Riflemen), Natick. – 13th Reg. This company was organized in 1860. Great enthusiam was manifested when the company took their departure from the town. Flags were displayed in great profusion, and the citizens turned out en masse to cheer, and bid them a long and perhaps a final adieu. The members of the different engine companies escorted them to this city, while the Natick Brass Band furnished excellent music for the occasion. Before the company left, the town, at an expense of $1300, provided each member with a good uniform and a 'rubber blanket, and each of the musicians with a Colt's revolver.

COMMISSIONED OFFICERS.

Captain, WILLIAM L. CLARK, Dorchester.
1st Lieut., PERRY D. CHAMBERLAIN, Natick, discharged Feb. 6, 1862.
2d Lieut., FRANCIS JENKS, Natick.

NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND PRIVATES.
Sergeants.
Davis Edson C., Natick

Morse Newton, Natick
Brown Williain 1., Natick
Duley C. E., Sudbury

Moore H. F., Sudbury
Randall I. B. S., Natick
Dunton Prince A., Natick

Norris Wilbur F.
Morse Oscar F., Natick
Drury Charles H., Natick

Pingrey Proctor, Sudbury
Dutton Dana F., Sudbury, desert- Drew Nicholas B., Natick

Pope II. F., Natick
ed
Favour Luther F., Natick

Pope I, B., Natick
Bacon Josiah S., Natick
Fairbanks E. L., Sudbury

Pease William H., Natick
Corporals.
Fisk David F., Natick

Proctor A., Natick
Bean Samuel A., Natick
Fretty William H., Natick

Pray H. A., Natick, discharged
Cutler William A., Natick
Frost Sylvester, Natick

Reed Daniel E., Natick, promoted Page Ortenello F., Nutick Galo George W., Natick

to corporal Gushee Amos L., Natick Gage William H., Natick

Rockwood George E., Natick Nutt Samuel, Natick

Gage Joseph A., Pelham, N. H. Richardson 0, D., Natick, disch'd Stewart J.H., Natick, promoted to Gerrold Charles E., Natick

Severence A. J., Natick
sergeant
Gilman S. W., Natick

Smith George W., Natick
Privotes,
Gould Zibeon H., Natick

Smith James N., Natick
Adams Henry P., Natick

Greenwood Alfred, jr., Natick Stone George D., Natick
Bigelow A., Natick
Hall Adna P., Natick

Stone J. E., Natick, promoted to
Blake George A., Natick
Hayes Ephraim, Natick

corporal
Blake Edward, Sudbury
Hayes Sylvester A., Vatick

Stringer William, Natick
Barker C. E., Sudbury
Haynes 1.. A., Sudbury

Searle J.J., Natick
Bryant A. II., Natick
Hobbs William J., Natiek

Snow C. E., Natick
Briggs William W., Sudbury Kenop George V., Natick

Snow George W., Natick
Brock John M., Natick
Kittredge P. c., Natick

Towne Samuel, Natick
Brock 0. L., Natick
Keating Charles W., Natick

Warren Asa J., Natick
Brown L. W., Sudbury
Locke Fred J., Natick

Whitney Harlen H., Natick
Butterfield W. H., Natick
Merrill Joseph 0., Natick

Wentworth Myrick' A., Xatick
Colburn Charles, Natick
Mann John W., Natick

Wheeler Lloyd B., Natick
Clough James M., Natick
Morse William, Natick

Wheeler Samuel W., Natick
Coggins Charles H., Natick

McClutchins John R., Natick Whitney Frank H., Natick Corlis Benjamin, Natick

McCutchins Thomas, Natick, pro- Whitney George B., Natick
Conant A., Sudbury, deserted moted to corporal

Woodbury G. W., Natick
Currier Josiah, jr., Natick
McLain Edward, Natick

Woodbury J. B., Natick
Coolidge Frank, Natick

Moulton John L., Natick

Company I, Marlborough.-13th Reg.

COMMISSIONED OFFICERS.

Captain, ROBERT C. H. SHRIBER, Boston. 18t Lieut., MOSES P. PALMER, Marlborough; 2d Lieut., DAVID L. Brown, Marlborough.

NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND PRIVATES.
Sergeants.

Smith James A., Matta poisett Brigham George T., Marlboro' Whittier John T., Bolton, pro- Albee Eugene A., Marlboro

Brown George, Southboro', woundmoted first lieut. Co. B, 1st Regt.,

Musicians.

ed Sept. 2d Maryland Home Brigade Gleason James M., Marlboro'

Bond Edward E., Marlboro Barnes William, Marlboro

Russell Lauriman H., Marlboro' Butman Joseph E., Framingham Howe Alfred G., Marlboro', Felton John S., Marlboro', dis- Curtis George H., Worcester Whitcomb Charles W., Marlboro' charged

Crowell Isaac B., Yarmouth Wood Frank J., Marlboro

Wagoners.

Callahan Henry T., Marlboro Cotting Charles H., Marlboro' Witt Samuel D., Marlboro

Cuthburt George M., Marlboro'
Corporals.
Taylor Levi, Marlboro

Choat Robert, Marlboro
Grady George 6., Southboro' Priest John E., Marlboro', dis- Collins John M., Boston
Baker William, Marlboro

charged

Crocker Horace L., Sandwich Stetson Franklin, Marlboro' Peebles John P., Marlboro

Dean George E. Marlboro', deParker Charles S., Southboro'

Privates,

serted Smith George F., Marlboro' Alley William A., Marlboro'

Donovan Dennis J., Boston Willis William W., Marlboro Brigham Austin D., Marlboro Fenderson Simeon B., Boston

Fernald Charles H.. Boston
Flynn Peter, Marlboro
Farquharson William P., South

Boston
Goodwin Elery E., Marlboro
Good now Theodore II., Marlboro'
Gentner Gerhart, Marlboro', de-

serted
Hastings Frank W., Marlboro
Holmes Albert F., Hyannis
Howard Davis P., Hyannis,
Holyoke Henry A., Marlboro'
Holyoke Eugene J., Marlboro'
Howe Rufus, Marlboro'
dowe Cranston, Marlboro
Jackson Albion L., South Boston
Klenert John F., Marlboro
Kirby John W., No. Cambridge
Kittridge Lewis, died Nov. 23, at

Baltimore Hospital
Love Charles T., Princeton
Lorey Henry, Boston

Morrill Amos C., Marlboro'
Murphy Michael, Marlboro'
McGilvary Alexander, Antigonish,

N. S.
Mosher Charles W., Marlboro'
Mosher Edward H., West Aburgh,

N. Y.
Moore George H., Southboro'
Moore Charles B., Southboro'
Mahan Theodore L., Marlboro
Newton Osceola V., Marlboro
Parker Lysander P., Marlboro'
Parker Benjamin W. Boylston
Parker Silvanus H., Marlboro
Parker Lowell P., Southboro'
Peirce John M., Marlboro', wound-

ed accidentally Sept. 13th
Rice Moses P., Marlboro'
Rose John F., Marlboro
Ryan James, Marlboro
Riissell Benj. F., Marlboro'
Russell John M., Marlboro'

Stowe Francis Il., Southboro
Scott Charles, Southboro'
Stone Charles, Shelbourne
Shepherd Frederick M., discharged
Stetson Warren I., Marlboro'
Sullivan James, Marlboro'
Spencer John L., Melone, killed in
action near Harper's Ferry, Sept.

15, INGI
Stone Josish, Boston
Shute William A., Marlboro'
Sinith Algernon S., Marlboro
Sargent Samuel, Boston
Smith Henry. Marlboro'
Tuckey George H., Buttemutte
Tompson Thomas
Whittier Benjamin J., Marlboro
Wright John F., Marlboro'
Wight William H., Marlboro
Weeks William M., Marlboro'
Winters Thomas B.
Washburn George F.

Company K(Westboro' Rifles), Westboro'.-13th Reg. Organized April 27, 1861, as Massachusetts Volunteer Militin, under the call for three months' troops, and when the order was received to accept none but volunteers for three years or the war, the company immediately voted to serve for that period. After waiting impatiently for orders nearly three months, and being, at the end of this time, on the point ofdisbanding, they were at last attached (June 29) to the 13th Regiment.

The towns of Westboro', Soutliboro', Shrewsbury, and Upton, to which places the greater part of the members belong, furnished them with uniforms, fatigue suits, havelocks, toilet materials, &c., &c., and paid to each member three dollars per week from the time they were first organized until they were mustered into the United States service, with ten dollars additional to each member on the day they left home.

There were seven men in this company from the town of Hopkinton, but that town declining to uniform or aid them, they were uniformed by the town of Westboro'. The captain and lieutenants also were furnished with swords and all other necessary equipments by the town of Westboro'. On the 28th of June a bountiful collation was furnished for the company, by the citizens at the Town Hall, under the direction of the military committee The hall was decorated with flags and portraits of officers who were in the Revolutionary War, among which was one of Col. Thomas Marshall (by Copley), who was at that time in command of Fort Independence, on Castle Island. Addresses were made by gentlemen of Westboro' and the adjoining towns, and the occasion was a very pleasant and memorable one.

The first commander, Capt. Blackmer, who was formerly pastor of the Methodist Church in Westboro', resigned his commission, Oct. 17, while the company was stationed at Ilarper's Ferry, Md., and its present commander, Capt. Hovey, was appointed Nov. 6, having previously held commission as 1st lieut. Company D.

Capt. Hovey has had many years' experience in our State militia, having formerly been a member of the “ Boston Light Infantry," and afterward a lieutenant in the “ Lowell Mechanic Phalanır." From all the accounts which we have received of him, we are fully persuaded that no better man commands a company in the volunteer service.

COMMISSIONED OFFICERS. Captain,

WILLIAM P. BLACKMER, Westboro', discharged Nov.5, 1861.

CHAS. H. HOVEY, Boston, promoted from 1st lieut. Co. D), Nov. 6, 1861. 1st Lieut., WM. B. BACON, Worcester; 2d Lieut., Chas. B. Fox, Dorchester.

NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND PRIVATES.
Sergeants.

Cutting James II., Shrewsbury Lee Edward, Westboro
Kimball William B., Westboro Crosby Robert, Southhoro'

Lovell Allen, Westboro Greenwood Abner R., Westboro' Chamberlain A. E., East South- Lynch Michael, Westboro Cordwell William, Westboro'

boro'

Martin Joseph, Southboro Warner William R., Upton

Chamberlain Dexter A., South boro' Nelson Dexter C., Shrewsbury Fay William W., Westboro'

Cleury Patrick H., Southboro' Ontbank Dexter D., Southboro Corporals.

Comstock Charles W., Upton O'Laughlin Michael, Shrewsbury Allen Augustus, Westboro' Copeland John, Westboro'

Parker Gardner R., Southboro Jones John, Westboro'

Copeland Thomas, Westboro' Plummer John D., Upton
Sibley William H., Westboro
Crowley John H., Westboro'

Robbins Chandler, Westboro
Parker Charles F., Southboro' Cushman William W., Westboro' Rawson William, Upton
Sanborn Alfred L., Westboro Davenport Melvin A., Framingham Ross Harvey C., Westboro
Turner Melzar G., Westboro'
Day Warren W., Southboro'

Rice Arthur T., Framingham Stone Frank L., Westboro

Douglugs George R., Westboro' Sargent Amos P., Southboro' Hodgkins Hiram G., Westboro' Drayton Charler, Westboro'

Sprague George É., Shrewsbury Musicians.

Dock hain Edwin C., Southboro Stearns Austin C., Hopkinton
Sawyer Appleton L., Shrewsbury Faton Thomas B., Shrewsbury Slattery James, Westboro
Thurston J. C., Grafton
Emery George F., Westboro'

Smith Edwin, Kendall's Mills, Me..
Wagoner.
Fay Charles M., Westboro

wounded while on Maryland Dunaven Ira L., Westboro'

Fairbanks Ilollis H., Westboro' Heights, near Harper's Ferry, Prirates.

Fairbanks Joseph H., Westboro' Aug. 24, 1881, by iwo muskat Beals Josiah H., Westboro' Fly John, Westboro

balle., one going through his Barstow Sidney, Westboro'.

Forbush William H., Westboro' shoulder and the other through Baldwin Charles, Southboro' Fairbanks Henry A., Westboro'

his wrist Bates John F., South boro' Gates George Hl.. Southboro'

Stearns J., Hopkinton Blackmer Jabez A., West Brook- Gassett William H., Hopkinton Stevens Warren H., Southboro field

Gassett Thomas R., Hopkinton Trusk Charles A., Southboro Bradford James E., Hopkinton Glidden John, Westboro

Warren Daniel S., Hopkinton Brigham Francis A., Westboro' Gould Frank A., Southboro

Warren Stephen. Wesiboro' Brigham Harrison M., Westboro Harrington Frank A., Westboro' Walker Melvin H., Westboro' Brigham Charles R., Westboro Haskell Lyman, Westboro'

Wheeler Willard, Hopkinton Brown David, Upton

Haradon George C., Westboro', Willson Frank P., Shrewsbury Bruce Warren E., Upton

died Dec. d, 1861

Willson William H., Shrewsbury Bryant Stillman F., Hopkinton Johnson John H., Upton

Williams Warren W., South boro Bullard Emery, Westboro' Jones William, Lowell

Wellington Charles H., Upton Buroap Jolino S., Westboro', died Jones Lyman A., Southboro

Williams Charles II., Westboro', Dee, 10, 1861 Lackey John, Westboro

transferred to regimental band

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