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Norris William, Boston
Newton Albert, Greenfield
Nelson Edward, Brimfield
O'Connor Maurice J., Boston
Oliver William P. H., Boston, de-

serted
Patterson William B., Boston
Paul Lyman, Chicopee
Pearsons Thomas, Boston
Peirce Georg. I... Hubbardston
Pit Daniel, Springtield
Puffer Thomas, Hatfield
Quan John, Clinton

Quonn Thomas, Somerville
Quinn John, Wendell
Rice Edwin c.. Brookfield
Rice Samuel B., Brookfield, left at

Annapolis sick
Riley Patrick, Monson
Ross Saml., Boston, died of wounds

received at battle Roanoke Island
Searle Charles F., Chicopee
Shechey John, Greenfield, wounded

in action
Sheridan Martin, Springfield
Smith John N., Walcott, Conn.

Smith Samuel, Worcester
Smith Henry M.
Somerville John, Springfield,

wounded in action
Sparks Richard W., W. Sheffield
Stephens Thomas, Northampton
Sullivan Jerry, Holyoke
Toughey Michael, Holyoke
Tracy John, Clinton
Warriner George, Springfield
Watson Albert P., Springfield
Ward James, Boston
Welch John, Springfield

Company O.- 21st Reg.

COMMISSIONED OFFICERS. Captain, JAMES M. RICHARDSON, Hubbardston. 1st Lieut., William T. Harlow, Spencer; 2d Lieut., IRA J. KELTON, Holden.

XOX-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND PRIVATES.
Sergeants.
Dodge Curtis H., Fiskville

Mead Joseph, Spencer, wounded at
Bemis Frederic A., Spencer
Dougherty Patrick, Millbury

Roanoke Island Crosby John W., Sturbridge Dane William W., Millbury, disch. Manning George P., Goshen, killed Cranny Timothy, Spencer, disch'd Dana Louis, Spencer

at battle Roanoke Island Colburn Samuel A., Quincy

Edgerton Henry S., Sturbridge Marsh Hiram, Spencer
Brown Edwin T., West Brookfield Ely Edward, Sö. Deerfield

O'Brien James S.
Corporals.
Finneran John, Worcester

Parker Edward E., Brimfield Gibson George W., Quincy, pro- Fitzgerald Joseph, Worcester Quilty James, Worcester moted to sergeant

Fox Patrick W., Athol, wounded at Rogers Ferdinand S., Sturbridge Brackett George L., Sturbridge Roanoke Island

Rogers Albert, Worcester Cain Henry, Spencer

Fairbanks Richard B., Worcester, Robbins Stephen L., Worcester Lynch Peter, Worcester

discharged

Richardson Wm. E., Boston, proBarr Elbridge C., Spencer

Frost William, Worcester, wounded moted to quartermaster Henry George W., Spencer, killed at Roanoke Island

Saunders Albert, Southbridge at battle Roanoke Island

Farrell Thomas, Northampton Sargent Samuel D., Spencer, killed Patterson Albert, Worcester Fogerty Dennis, discharged

at battle Roanoke Island Jusician.

Gibbs Lymnan C., New Salem, killed Sharp George W., Pittsfield
Adams Joseph P., W. Brookfield at Laurel Station

Spence Thomas, Worcester
Wagoner.

Gorton J. H., Worcester, wounded Sperry Charles H., Pittsfield
Barr William H., Spencer

at Roanoke Island

Smith Arthur H., Brimfield
Privates.
Glasgow William, Worcester

Scott William W., discharged Adams Henry F., Spencer

Gould Samuel D., discharged Smith Alfred, Worcester Aldrich William A., Upton, disch'd Gallagher Timothy

Stebbins Albion L., So. Deerfield Archer Luther, Upton, deserted Howes Alden B., Spencer

Stowell Myron E., South Deerfield Bullard Silas C., Worcester

Hurst Thomas, Clappville, wound- Stebbins Wm. H., South Deerfield Buck Charles C., West Brookfield, ed at Roanoke Island

Sammis Lucius H., South Deerfield, discharged Hurie Lewis J. N., Spencer

wounded at Roanoke Island Bates John W., Molden, discharg'd Holmes Lewis, Northampton, trans- Southwick Frank H., Leicester Bulley Elix, wounded at Roanoke ferred to 48th N. Y. regt.

Tyler Elia, jr., W. Brookfield, disIsland

Lombard Williám, Worcester, dis- charged Bullard Francis, Worcester

charged

Vail Jeffery, Worcester
Conway John P., West Hampton Leonard Patrick, Athol

Webster Matthew, Spencer
Carter Wm. H. II., Worcester
Lackey James, Clappville

Williston Wm. H., Now Bedford
Claffey Hubert, Brookfield
Laughna T., Hubbardston

Warren Aca J., Worcester
Clark Thomas
Lench Martin D.

Welch Edward, Southbridge
Cleary Michael B.
Miller Robert, Spencer

Wheeler John H., Spencer
Carter William, Worcester

Marble Samuel li., Sturbridge Wright Edward L., Northampton Clark Francis E., Coleraine

Macomber William H., Sturbridge White Wm., Wrentham, deserted Collier Nathan E. S., Chesterfield, McNulty Barney, Clappville

Young S. W., Worcester promoted corporal

McGrath William, Cherry Valley Young Richard, Spencer, deserted Cotton George II., Spencer Mahar Dennis, Southbridge

Woodward Reuben T., Haverhill Davis John, Worcester

Morgan Samuel, discharged

Company D.

- 21st Reg. COMMISSIONED OFFICERS.

Captain, THEODORE S. FOSTER, Fitchburg. 1st Lieut., CHARLES BARKER, Fitchburg; 2d Lieut., EBEN T. HAYWARD, Fitchburg.

NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND PRIVATES.
Sergeants
Barker Horace R., Fitchburg

Hardy Geo. H., Harvard, wounded Beckwith Henry A., Fitchburg Bailey Alonzo A., Wolcott, Vt. at Roanoke Island, Feb. 8 Goodrich Geo. E., Fitchburg Bigelow Frank W., Fitchburg Hastings Lewis T., Deerfield Whitney Julius D., Fitchburg, Bronson James, Fitchburg

Ingerson Wm. W., Harvard wounded at Roanoke Island, Carter Rufus H., Fitchburg

Jacquith Asa S., Fitchburg
Feb. 8
Childs Geo, H., Greenfield

Kempton Elias J., Fitchburg,
Cummings Israel, Fitchburg
Davis Chas. F., Bangor, Me.

wounded at Roanoke Island Hill Geo C., Shirley Delany Dennis, Fitchburg

Lamb Ansel H., Hartford, Conn.
Corporals.
Delany John, Fitchburg

Lynaugh John, New Ireland, Conn. Skinner Orrin E., Fitchburg

Delharty James F., Templeton Matthews Geo. H., Winchendon Goodrich O. B., Fitchburg Donahue Edward, Shirley

Marsh Alphonso, Fitchburg, Stewart Wm. M., Fitchburg Doherty Thos. a., Worcester

wounded at Roanoke Island Jacquith Azro B., Fitchburg Elmer "Orin, Shirley, wounded at Marsh Timothy S., Fitchburg Whitney Chas. M., Fitchburg

Roanoke Island, Feb. 8

Marshall Joseph F., Fitchburg Whitney James D., Grafton Eastman Amos S., Ashley

Montgoye Chas. F., Fitchburg Brocks Andrew M., Fitchburg Fay Chas. E., Fitchburg, wounded Murry James M., Worcester Crosby Chas. C., Waltham

at Roanoke Island, Feb. 8

Millett Henry B., Oakham
Musicians.
Fiske Dwight G., Greenfield

Montgomery Jas., Harvard, woundWhitcomb Chas. A., Fitchburg Flint Samuel W. Fitchburg

ed at Roanoke Island, Feb. 8 Lamb Levi L., Fitchburg Grant Chas. M., Northfield

March Harry, Charlton
Wagoner.

Goodrich Chas. E., Fitchburg. May Simeon, Fitchburg
March Addison, Charlton

Gleason Amos W., Luenburg, Nelson Henry 0., Wales
Privates.

wounded at Roanoke Island Newell John D., Greenfield Adams Ephraim, Fitchburg

Green Charles T., Fitchburg, Osborne Prescott E., WestmoreAbbott Henry S., Fitchburg wounded at Roanoke Island

land, N. H. Albee Seth

Dean Nathaniel C., Fitchburg, Owen Benjamin, Leominster Aldrich Frank W., Westmoreland, wounded at Roanoke Island Prentice Henry O., Grafton N. H.

Graves Wm. R., Lunenburg Patch Henry J., Fitchburg, Atherton Galen P., Harvard

Goodfellow Daniel W., Fitchburg Parkhurst Emmons M., Fitchburg Bigelow Orlando, Wolcott, Vt. Horton Chas. L., Southbridge Pratt Lewis G., Shelburne Battles Harrison W., Fitchburg, Howe Edward A., Grafton

Rugg Daniel W., Fitchburg reported killed at Roanoke Island, Hodgman Wm., Shirley, reported Rickett Wm. J., Wales Feb. 8

killed at Roanoke Island, Feb. 8 Roth Gilbert, Wales Boynton Wm. 8., Fitchburg Haskell Henry, Winchendon Stearns Albert C., Worcester

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Smith Geo. 8., Lunenburg
Sands Harrington W., Shirley
Sufford Frank, Burlington, Vt.
Swift John, Fitchburg
Tolman Calvin E., Fitchburg
Wheelock Samuel, Fitchburg
Whitcomb Geo. A., Fitchburg

| Warren Thomas, Fitchburg

Warren Preston, Fitchburg
Warren Henry A., Fitchburg
Weeks Frank' w., Northfield
Warren John G., Harvard
Ward George, Brookfield
Williams Jonathan, Wales

Wright Walter S., Fitchburg
Willis George, Stowe
Waitt Eru tus F.. Deerfield,

wounded at Roanoke Island Wood Charles, Sunderland

Company E.-21st Reg.

COMMISSIONED OFFICERS.

Captain, PELHAM BRADFORD, West Boylston. 1st Lieut., SOLOMON HOVEY, JR., Boston ; 2d Lieut., WOODBURY WHITTEMORE, Lan

caster.
NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND PRIVATES.
Sergeants.
Collins John, Fitchburg

Micer Clifford, Oxford
Coolidge Charles, Sterling
Converse Rufus, Wales

Moulton Chas. H., Clinton
Goss Charles, Sterling
Converse Horace, Wales

Moore Francis L., Warwick
Field Edward F., Lancaster
Clinton John L., Worcester

Ollis Luke, Lancaster
White John D., West Boylston Clupp llorace, Webster

Oliver La Forrest, Athol
Gardner Horuce, Boston

Daly Joseph, West Boylston Paine Jefferson. Worcester
Corporals.
Defoe Paul, Worcester

Parmenter John A., Leominster Curtis Christopher A., W. Boylston, Davenport Allen, Holden

Pierce Frank E., Lancaster
wounded at Roanoke Island
Downes Lyman, Greentield

Pratt David, Montague
Brigham Augustus, Boylston
Erpler Jolin, Greenfield

Penery Waterman, Wales
Fox Wm. L., Lancaster
Freeman John, Irving

Richard, Ebenezer W., Lancaster Wilson Geo. W., Princeton

Fiske Richard R., Blackstone Robinson Wm. L., Worcester Plunkett Thomas, Wert Boylston Fawcett Benj, C., Boylston

Santon Oliver, Holden Chase Jas. M.,West Boylston, disch. Goodwin Edwin, Marlboro'

Sawyer Josiah G., West Boylston Buss Henry K., Sterling

Gallagher Hugh, West Boylston Sawyer Oliver B., Lancaster Sargent Frank, West Boylston Glazier Chas H., East Boylston Sargent Thomas E., West Boylston Musicians. Grover Geo. A., So. Hingham

Sylvester Albert P., W. Boylston Miles Saml. L., Feltonville, disch'd Hlaven Chas. R., Bolton

Shepard Joshua G., W. Boylston Burgess Geo. E., Feltonville Hubbard Myron, llolden

Shepard Charles, jr., W. Boylston Wagoner.

Horan John II., West Boylston Smith Wm. H., Dedham
Vose Chas. E., Leominster

Hosmer Dennis, Holden, disch'd Sinclair Chas, H., Leominster
Privates.
Hule Mortimer T., Ilolden

Stewart Wm. H.
Ayres Cyrus, Princeton
Hastings Albert S., Boylston

Shehan Edward, Greenfield
Adams Franklin, Templeton, disch. Hartney Patrick, Greenfield

Thomas Albert M., Leominster Barrow Horatio N., Leicester

Hobbs Amos, Stafford Springs Tuhey Peter, New England Village Bullard Augustus H., Worcester Hall Wm. P., Worcester

Thompson Ira, Warren
Bigelow Geo. T., Holden
Henry Alvin P., discharged

Terrill Edward, Millbury
Brock Albert L., Holden
Hall Augustus M., Clinton

White Henry, Boylston, promoted Burke Patrick, Clinton

Jennings John F., West Boylston to corporal
Bowers Wm. A., Bolton
Jameson Calvin, Clinton

Willett Felix, Mohegan. B. I. Burke James E., Lancaster

Kenney Wm. P., Worcester Wheeler Leonard M., W. Boylston
Brigham Henry F., Boylston
Kittredge Peter T., Sterling

Walsh George, Warren
Barker Thos. E., Bolton
Kennedy James, Bolton

Wilson James A., Worcester
Brown Justin, West Boylston
Liston Richard, Greenfield

Welch John, Winchendon
Cooper James A., Barry
Maloy Thomas, Clinton

Welcome Alfred, Sterling
Coombs Daniel, Ware
Mautte Louis, New llaven

Webster Lucian
Chapin Clas. L., Warren

Maquillan Chas. E., Lancaster

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Company F:- 21st Reg.

OOMMISSIONED OFFICERS.

Captain, B. FRANK ROGERS, Chicago, Ill. 1st Lieut.,

CHARLES K. STODDARD, Upton, shot by a sentinel, died Sept. 30, 1861.

SAMUEL 0. LAFORREST, South Boston, promoted from 2d lieut.,'Oct. 16, 1871. 20 Lieut., WILLIAM H. VALENTINE, Worcester, commissioned Jan. 1, 1862.

NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND PRIVATES.
Scrgeants.
Duprey Louis, Webeter

Naugle John, Worcester
Fox Chas. B., Worcester
Dolligan James, Auburn

Owen Mason, Auburn
Gee James S.W., Grafton

Danlurand Austin, Northboro' Paine Wm. J., Sutton
Irish Chancy B., Millbury
Day Hiram J., Worcester

Potter Albert, Worcester
McDermot: Felix, Worcester Draper Wm. A., Thompson, Conn. Philips William, Holden
Alexander Leonard J., Brookfield Fallon Owen, Worcester

Philips Emerson, Worcester
Corporals.
Fabrey Timothy, Worcester

Parkir Geo. E., Worcester
Burbank Geo. L., Boston
Flagg William, Worcester

Pawton Maxy, Holden
Batchelder Hiram w., Worcester Falton Thoinas, Worcester

Paul Michael W., Millbury
Reynolds John D., Webster
Foster Henry A., Millbury

Remrer Chas. E., Berlin
Munroe Edward E., Paxton
Gay Chas. J., Worcester

Redtern Joriah, Oxford
Mcleon Wm. E., Worcester
Hammed Owen, Auburn

Slater James, Worcester
Stone Rufus H., Millbury
Hart John, Worcester

Shea Joseph, Worcester
Breckenbridge Samuel, Worcester Ilarrington Jeremiah, Webster Sullivan Patrick, Deerfield
Ford Wm. H, New Haven
Kelly William, Worcester

Scott Henry, Holden
Musician.
King James L.

Savage Peter, North Adams
Gillien George, Charlton
Knight Albert, Charlton

Salisbury John
Wagoner.

Lawson Monroe C., Thompson, Scott Geo. E., Worcester
Peck Tyler C.

Conn.

Simmonds Chas. E., Worcester
Prirates.

Lovering Monroo C., Auburn Stowell Edward B., Auburn
Adams Amos F., Millbury
Lebois Frederic, Webster

Shumway Chas. W., Wbster Aldrich Frederic A., Mansonville, Murch Joseph, Abington

Thayer John, North Hadley
Conn.
McGurness Horatio, Auburn

Trudan William, Wilbraham Bellows James F., Millbury

Mead Charles, Feltonville, N. Y. Waters Levi, Worcester
Brewer John G., Worcester
McCue John, Worcester

Wister Henry C., North Oxford Buckley Daniel, Worcester

Mellney Chas. H., Southbridge Williams George, Auburn
Brown Henry, Thompson, Conn. Marcy Frank, Millbury

Wright Albert, Worcuster
Barry Richard, Worcester
Moran Charles, Worcester

Parker John K., Worcester
Clifford Jeremiah, Worcester | Muzzy Chas. C., Worcester

Company G.- 21st Reg.

OOMNIBSIONED OFFICERS.

Captain, ADDISON A. WALKER, Ashburnham. 1st Lieut., { SAAVED : PAVIS, Ashburnham, discharged Jan. 18, 1862.

SAMUEL 0. TAYLOR, Ashburnham, promoted from 2d lieut., Jan. 24, 1872. 2d Licut., ASAHEL WHEELER, Ashburnham, promoted from sergeant Jan. 24, 1862.

NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND PRIVATES.
Sergeante.
Daley Daniel, 2d, Ashby

Puffer Edward A., Ashburn ham Parker Charles II., Ashburnham Day Nathan S., South Royalston Pinder Calvin, Ashburnham Russell M. Thomas, Ashburnham Eddy Franklin A., So. Royalston Pratt William, Ashburnham Wheeler Aahel, Ashburnham, Farwell Merrill, Ashburu ham Piper Alfred, Ashburnhom promoted to 2 lieyt. Jan. 24 Fearing John, Holden

Perkins Henry C., Fitzwilliam,N.II. Bolton B., Gardner

Flagg Andrew J., Winchendon Page George E., Ashburnham Whitney Joseph H., Ashburnham Flagg Frank, South Royalston Parkhurst Orrison, Blackstone Munroe George M., South Boston Furrow Charles, Westtield

Pickering Juba B., Blackstone Davis George E., Ashburnham Gilmartin Thomas, Northampton Paine Seth H., Holden, wounded Corporals.

Garnett James M., Ashburnham at Roanoke Island, Feb. 8th Gilbert Lorenzo II., Ashburnham Hadley George G., Ashburnham Robbins George F., Gardner Cheney Harri on C., Ashburnham Ilolden Theodore A., Gardner Roach John, Westfield Remington Orlando P., Gardner Hare James, Ashburpham

Rathborne Albert G., Blackstone, Lawrence Chas. G., Ashburnham Howard Henry II., Blackstone, discharged Puffer C. llenry, Ashburnham

wounded at Roanoke Island, Feb. Robinson Thomas, Nashua Martindale llenry II., Ashburnham 8th

IN. II.

Stowell Anson G., Ashburnham Dwinell Jonas W., Ashburnham Judkins Samuel E., New Ipswich, Stewart Luther E., Clinton Lesure Samuel C., Ashburnham Jaquith George L., N. II, disch'd Stacey Alphonso L., Phillipston Stratton James S., Winchendon Jacobs Andrew, Ilingham

Shaw Robert N., Ashburnhum
Musicima.
Joslin Herbert, Blackstone

Saunders Jonathan, Ashby
Cook John L., Ashburnham

Knight Henry E., South Royalston Stockwell Nelson, Gariner Laws Samuel's

Kempton Ilarrison, Blackstone Thurston Lyman F., Holden Wagoner.

Lewis Washburn, Ashburnham Tower Horatio 0., Chesterfield Litch Frank, Ashburnham

Lawrence Geo. W., Ashburnham Towne Josiah T., Winchendon
Privales.
Ladd Samuel S., Chester

Valentine Robert B., Gardner Andros Leroy, Westfield

Littlefield Alonzo M., Blackstone, Wetherbec Geo. M. Ashbuinbam Archarn beau Peter, Ashburnham wounded at Roanoke Island, Feb. Wells John, Winchendon Brason James, Ashby Lumazette Frank, Holden

Witherell John II., Northampton Brown Joseph B., Ashburnham Libby Leander W., Worcester Whitcomb George D., Templeton, Blanchard Solomon, Blackstone Merritt Ezra M., Ashburnham

wounded at Roanoke Island, Feb. Crayton Charles M., Winchendon McIntire James, Ashburnham

White Charles II., Ashburnham Cork Orange S., Reading

McIntosh Erastus, Ashburnhamn Whipple James, Ashburnham Chaffin Winslow, Holden, disch'd McCabe Patrick, Blackstone

Whitney Merrick, jri, Ashburnham Crafts Charles R., Whately

Morey Charles H., Northampton Weston Herbert, Winchendon Corey Pardon II., Blackstone Noreross Chancy, South Royalston, Whitinore T. B. burham Corey Edward B., Blackstone

died of wound received at bat- Wilson George W., Ashburnham Corey George A., Blackstone

tle of Roanoke Island

Young Samuel, Peter vam Cheney George L., Holden

Oliver Chas. S., Worcester, disch. Wells Edwin, Winchendon Dyer Ái 0., South Gardner

Puffer George F., Ashburuhan Whitney R. M., Winchendon

Company H.- 21st Reg.

COMMISSIONED OFFICERA.

Coptain, JOSEPH P. RICE, Ashburnham. 181 Lieut., JOHN D. FRAZER, Holyoke; 2d Lieut., SOLOMON C. SHUMWAY, Belchertown.

NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND PRIVATES.
Sergeanta.
Cozzens George W., Dudley

Labarn, Jos., North Adams, dead
Francis Thomas, Palmer
Creed Albert F., Leominster

Marsh M. B., Greenwich, disch d Plumb Henry C., North Amherst Denio Philo N., North Adams Morain Joseph, Holyoke Bean George H., Ilolyoke

Damon James II., Chesterfield Me Mahan llenry, Lowell Bates Edward, Northampton Dickinson Frank E., So. Amherst Newell George W., Amherst Bundy Asahel L., Holyoke

Forbes Iliram W., South Hadley Olney James W., Palmer
Corporals.

Fairbank: Frederick S., 1Iolyoke Phelps Charles W., Shutesbury
Murdock Charles H., Palmer
Fitzgerald Patrick, Palmer

Putman Marcus M., Worcester Tyas Frederic, Gloucester, wound- Gill John, Northampton

Powers Rodney M., Hladley ed at Roanoke Island, Feb. 8th Gibson Ira W., Holyoke

Root George, Vion on
Koster John S., Palmer
Graffam Charles, Lowell

Ramsdell William 11., Charlton Williams George H., No. Hadley Goodell Charles L., Amherst

Russell Frederic S., Hadley
Snell William D., Ware, Mass. Garnett James M., Ashburnham Root llenry, Monson
Collis Marcus M., Northampton Goodnegs Thomas, Ibolyoke

Sinpson William H., Randolph Spear William H., Palmer

Greenleaf Charles H., Southbridge Sullivan James
Loomis Richard B.. Amherst

Goodrich Casher G., Wilsnarth Shepard Henry, Providence
Musicians.
Grifhin Maurice, l'epperell

Scott George W., Amherst Douglass Henry F., Belchertown Goodell Win., No. Alams, disch'd Smith Francis, Leverett, wounded Gould Chas. t., Leominster, disch. Goodhuo John, Shirley

at Roanoke Island, Feb. 8th Wagoner. Howe George 11., Fitchburg

Sawin Samuel II., Belchertown Durloo William T., South Boston Harris Calvin, Dracut

Shea Thomas, Chicopee
Prientes.

Ilayden James W., New Salem Smith Lewis, Northampton
Adams Sylvester IL , Amherst, dead Hoyt George W., Deerfield

Thornton Michael, Wire Austin Michael, Belchertown Ilart Joseph S., Willmarth

Vinton Waldo, Dudley
Alvord Edwin S., Northampton Haskell Lewis R., Shutesbury

Vinton Alonzo, Dudley
Barton Austin, Amherst
Ilall Lucius C., Barnardston

White William II., Amherst Bryson James, South bridge, dead liolden llenry W., Leverett

Waters John F., Millbury, discha Biittrick Edwin A., Chic spee

Hastings Charles, Poliner, disch'd Williams G. O., Worcester, disch'd
Barker Daniel E., Chestertield Ilumiston Alvin E., Westfield White Alvin, Holyoke
Briscoll Cornelius, Beichertown Irish Samuel G., Southbridge

Willard James II., Chelsea
Bacon Marble F.
Jones Augustus M., Dracut

White Lorenzo, Palmer
Bennett Warren J., Ludlow

Johns011 William H., Leoininster White Alonzo, Ware Barnham Edgar M., Belchertown Jones John P., Drucut

Wyatt Stephen.jr., Greenwich Bishop Charles, discharged Kelt John, Holyoke

Warren Timothy T.. Chesterfield Cary Frederic, Monson

King Merriam, New Salem, disch'd Watking Marcus, Peru Converse L., Southbridge, dead Lucier Joseph, Canada

Watson Benjamin, Fitchburg Collins Timothy, Southbridge

Company I.- 21st Reg.

COMMISSIONED OFFICERS.
Captain, HENRY H. RICHARDSON, Pittsfield.

1st Lieut., FRAZER A. STEARNS, Amherst.

NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND PRIVATES.
Sergeants.

Corporals.

Abrahams Benjamin, Boston Clark William H., Pittsfield

Woodworth Charles L., Richmond Abrahams James, B.ston Howe Edward E., Worcester

Chamberlain Robert, Richmond Knight Phineas F., Huntington Sanpson Orange S., Huntington Wood Edwin R., South Adamg

Musician. Cressey Justin S., Pittsfield

Sayles George E., South Adams Cooper John, New Lebanon Garlick Eralym A., Pittsfield Dunaven Samuel G., Pittsfield

Wagoner.
Holt Geo., Leominster

Privates.
Atwood Lewis P.
Bailey Ransom, Lenox
Bedford Samuel, Pittsfield
Bassett Orin, Dalton
Bissett Richard, Dalton
Burr Rap son, Wilbraham
Burton Charles L., Enfield
Crocker Ilirum, Lebanon
Brabeton P.
Buzzell R. A.
Coutelle William, Pittsfield
Courtour John B., North Adam,
Chamberlain Henry F., Richmond
Clatlin John R., Lee
Clapp W. W.
Davis Frank G., Palmer
Davis Charles P., Pittsfield
Davis Erasınus c., Greenwich
Damon Albert F., Williamsburg
Davidson John I., Pittsfield
Dudley Sidney, Pittsfield
Farrelly John, Pittstield

Groves James L., Holland
Hinkley Elwin A., Lanesboro
Henri Proten, North Adams
Knight Justin, Entield
Mott A. K., Greenwich
Hale A. W., Gill
Hale James W., Bernardston
Hale Dwight, Bernardston, disch'd
Houghton George H., Leominster
Henry Wm.
Jacquot Jule, No. Adams
Jennings Charles H., South Adams
Jones Charles A., Warwick
Kelly Jeremiah, Pittsfield
Lackore Edward, Bernardston
Lake J. H.
Laurie D. F., Worcester
Leonard Warren, Deerfield
Leonard Charles, Deerfield
Lemley George, Lee
McEvoy Thomas. Worcester
Messenger John, New Lebanon
Murphy Hugh, Pittsfield
Metcalf Joseph, Spencer

Merrill Charles W., New Lebanon
Northrop Albert H., Lenox
Nilan John, Pittstield
Owens Alonson K., Leominster
Philips Moses B., Gill
Reynolds John, South Adams
Russell Henry, Pittsfield
Russell Samuel P., Pittsfield
Spencer Lucian W., Worcester
Stone Mellville C., Worcester
Sexton Thornas, Williamsburg
Thomas James, Becket
Thew Josephus, North Adams
Tyler William H., Richmond
Wilcox Solomon, Dalton, disch'd
Webster Warren, Chatham
Welch F.
Wells Thomas
Worthington George, No. Adams
Whipple Samuel P., Pittsfield
Wright Samuel, Pittstield
Wheelock George F., Leominster
Wheeler Richard, Lee
Wyatt S. H.

Company K.- 21st Reg.

COMMISSIONED OFFICERS.

Captain, THOMAS S. WASHBURN, Worcester. 1st Lieut., MATTHEW M. PARKHURST, Barre ; 2d Lieut., JOHN B. WILLIAMS, Barre.

NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND PRIVATES.
Sergeants.
Converse Charles C., Ware

Noonan Daniel, Petersham
Aldrich Harrison, Williamsville Clifford Elbridge G., Hatfield

Orcutt William L., North Adams Davis George W., Barre

Caldwell George L., Oakham Powers Nicholas, Worcester Lawrence George F., Hardwick Clancey James, Worcester

Pease Benjamin F., Hardwick Brigham B., Hardwick Dyer Thomas B., Westboro'

Phelps Burton, Barre Sawyer William H., New Salem Emmons Marcus A., Hardwick Porter George H., Charlemont Corporals. Ellis William, Worcester

Plummer Chas., Hammond, dead Richardson Erastus B., Barre Fessenden James O., Barre

Rider Alfred A., Worcester Nye Edwin, Barre

Flynn Michael, North Adams Sullivan James H., Westboro Gethings Frank P., Barre Fellows Henry M., Litchfield

Stowe Charles E., Hubbardston Hayden Josiah W., New Salem Gleason George H., Barre

Smith George, Centre Harbor Rider William D., Barre Harding George W.

Stowell Frank L., Petershaun Billings William H., Dana

Harper Henry M., Worcester Stone Henry O., Barre Cleveland William H., Ilardwick Hill Clark, Hardwick

Smith Charles A., Barre Wyman Hiram A., Hardwick Henry William A., Worcester Smith George W., Boston Warner Gilman E., Hardwick Hennesey Michael, Hatfield

Sherian Henry M., Hardwick
Musicians.

Hadlock Henry L., Charlemont Stone Joseph E., Barre
Parker Isaac E., Rutland
Haskins Henry H., Dana

Stiles Edwin B., Boston
Wetherbee Emery E., Marlboro' Harrington William, Barre

Stone James M., Dana
Wagoner.

Howe Edwin L., Barre, deceased Southland Charles E., jr., Athol
Parker Rawson, Barre
Holbrook Henry C., Barre

Sheridan Patrick, East Cambridge Privates.

Hunting Daniel A., Hubbardston Smith John A., Hubbardston Aldrich Calvin, Petersham Jordan Erastus C., Coventry

Tansey Peter J., Barre Aldrich Whitman, North Prescott Jerome William, New Braintree Thrasher O. F., Hardwick Barnes Augustus T., Hardwick Judkins Oliver P., Rutland

Twichell Henry G. M., Jamaica
Bliss Harrison D., New Salem
Kenny John, Cronwoll, Can.

Twichell David M., Barre
Bliss Albert A., New Salem
Lagara German, Petersham

Tooley John R., Barre
Boyd Cheny, Spencer

Lander George M., Greenfield Todd David E., Deerfield
Burr George, Brookfield
Lindsey Horace D., Dana

Tooley Josiah, Barre
Banks Prentiss J., Alstead
Martin Patrick, Barre

Warner James N., Alma
Booth Geo), S., No. Adams, wound- Marshall Thomas, Rutland

Winn Thomas, Worcester ed at Roanoke Island, Feb. Sth Morrow William H., Barre

Wilson Chas. H., Worcester Caswell Charles M., Fitchburg Moore Dean, Hubbardston

Witt H., Dana
Conant Henry E., Barre

Maynard George S., Hubbardston Young Morgan, Athol
Carney Patrick, Barre
Matimoe Patrick, Worcester

Young Geo. W., Petersham, woundCummings Daniel W., Paxton Nourse Timothy W., Barre

ed battle of Roanoke Island

Twenty-Second Regiment.

This fine regiment is sometimes known as Gen. Wilson's Regiment, from the fact that it was recruited and marched to Washington uuder the command of Hon. Henry Wilson, Senator in Congress from Massachusetts.

Previous to the adjournment of the extra session of 1861, Senator Wilson had formed the plan of raising a regiment, and, immediately upon his return to Massachusetts, after consulting with, and obtaining the co-operation of, the Governor, he entered upon the work with characteristic zeal and earnestness.

Enlistment papers were furnished to numerous gentlemen possessing the necessary qualifications, and, although eleven full regiments of three years' volunteers had already marched from the State to the seat of war, and five more regiments were in camp and ready to march, such was the enthusiasm of the young men of the State to join this regiment, that nearly twenty companies were enlisted in a few days.

The first company went into camp at Lynnfield on the 2d day of September, and others followed from day to day. In obedience to a requisition from the War Departmeie upon the Governor of the State, to send forward troops as rapidly as possible, it was deenied advisable to organize a regiment at once, composed of the ten best and fullest companies, and to leave the remaining ones to be recruited to the maximum standard and organized afterwards.

Colonel Wilson received his commission from the Governor on the 2d day of September, and on the 8th of October, with full ranks, equipped in the most thorough manner, and armed with Enfield rifles of the best description, the regiment was on its way to Washington.

Previous to his departure, Colonel Wilson was presented by some of his friends and neighbors with a fine, thorough-bred Morgan stallion, with saddle and housings complete, as a slight testimonial of their personal regard, and appreciation of his valuable services.

Important duties in connection with his senatorial office seemed to render it necessary, towards the close of October, for Colonel Wilson to resign his command, and it having been ascertained that the War Department was willing to grant a furlough to Capt. Jesse D. Gove, of the 10th Infantry, U. S. A., that accomplished and skilful officer was appointed by the Governor to fill the vacancy occasioned by Colonel Wilson's resignation. Colonel Wilson resigned on the 28th of October, and on the same day Colonel Gore received a commission as his successor, and entered at once upon the duties of his command.

It is proper to state, in this connection, that the 3d Battery of Light Artillery was also recruited under Gen. Wilson's auspices, and marched to Washington, Oct. 8ih, as part of his command.

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Field and Staff, 22d Reg.
HENRY WILSON

.Natick.
Discharged Oct. 28, 1861.
Colonel
JESSE A. GOVE

....Concord, N. H.
Commissioned Oct. 30, 1861.
Lieut.-Col.
..CHAS. E, GRISWOLD

.Boston.
Promoted from major, Oct. 4, 1861.
Major
.W. S. TILTON

. Boston.
Promoted from adjutant, Oct. 4, 1861.
Adjutant ...

..THOS. SHERWIN, JR....... ..Dedham.

Commissioned Oct. 1, 1861. Surgeon

EDWARD L. WARREN..... Weymouth. Assistant Surgeon ........JAMES P. PRINCE

...Lynn. JAMES G. FULLER.

.Charlestown.
Promoted to com. dept. in U. S. A.
Quartermaster
HARRISON A. ROYCE

.Newton.
Commissioned Nov. 28, 1861.
JOHN PIERPONT

.Medford.
Discharged Nov. 5, 1861.
Chaplain

JOSEPH C. CROMACK ........ Worcester.

Commissioned Nov. 8, 1861.
Sergeant Major ...........FREDERICK L. BENSON..........Newton.
Quartermaster Sergeant... DANIEL F. BROWN

.. Cambridge. Died at Hall's Hill, Feb. 7, 1862. Commissary Sergeant .....EPHRAIM HACKETT.

Woburn.
Hospital Steward... ..GEO. T. PERKINS....

Boston.
Band Master
..SALEM T. WELD

Westboro'.

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MUSICIANS.

Heywood William, Worcester
Wheeler John C., Clinton
Barnes Warren P., Clinton
Kinball Frederick W., Westboro
Nichol: Charles C., Westboro
Wallace Austin, Westboro'
Pike Marshall S., Westboro
Harrington El'dge W., Shrewsbury

Bond John S., Westboro
Knowlton Charles H., Shrewsbury
Allen Gilmer S., Shrewsbury
Taft Solomon J., Westboru
Reed Joseph P., Princeton
Skinner Artemas II., Princeton
Skinner Charles A., Princeton
Loring Charles E., Princeton

Loring Joseph R., Worcester
Davis Wilks, Princeton
Boyles Henry C., Princeton
Dee William, Westboro
Sawin Thonias, Lexington
Backus Joseph H., Newbury port
Turuer Charles, llaverhill
Lepery Eben S., Clinton

Company A (Washington Light Guard), Boston. — 220 Reg. Recruited in Boston, and went into camp at Lynnfield, Sept. 2. Capt. Sampson was in command of Company K, 6th Regiment, and was in the fight in Baltimore, April 19, 1861.

COMMISSIONED OFFICERS.

Captain, WALTER S. SAMPSON, Boston.
1st Licut., Chas. O. CONANT, Boston; 2d Lieut., HENRY C. CONNER, Lynn.

NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND PRIVATES.
Sergeants.

Corporals.

Corser Charles W., Boston
Gordon George W., Boston
Jordan Charles S., Boston

Crowley Jeremiah, Boston, disHamilton Charles M., Chelsea Lynam Richard F., Boston

charged
Parks William, Boston
Robbins William H., Boston

Garlow Joseph, Boston
Look Orrick, Boston
Kelley Thomas L., Boston

Musicians.
Pratt L. G., Boston

French Harrison, South Boston Sawin George A., Boston
Cressy Darwin M., Boston

Taylor Thomas A., Marlboro

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