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Barry Octavus R., Charlestown
Bowinan Benj., Jamaica Plain
Bowman Edward D. II., Roxbury
Corey George H., Waltham
Cass Rufus, Charlestown
Clark Edward S. C., Boston
Clement James M., Boxboro'
Carroll Thomas S., Boston
Cary Freeman, Washington Vill.
Churchill John, Boston
Carey John W., Stoneham
Cutter Edward, Charlestown
Carver Silas W.
Crockett George F., Melrose
Call George L., Charlestowa
Campbell Alexander. Boston
Caldwell John C., Wilmington
Coe William A.
Donovan Dennis C: Boston
Durgin Cornelius, Charlestown
Dickinan Jos. L., No. Cambridge
Draper George, Roxbury
Donahoe Timothy, Cambridgeport
Duff Robert
Dennett John W.
Dalton Frank S., Lynn
Donahoe John, Charlestown
Daily James H., Charlestown
Eveleth Franklin, Boston
Edwards William, Roxbury
Edwards James II, Charlestown
Fernald William A., Boston
Finlay John, Charlestown
Ford Abrahan D., Somerville
Farnham Charles G., Boston
Frost Samuel B., Charlestown
Ford William D., Charlestown
Gordon Chas H., Brighton, disch'd
George Albert, Lowell
Gurney Reuben S., Cambridgeport

Gurney Boumonie, Boston
Gerry John O., Stonehamn
Gibbs Gustavus H., Charlestown
George Edward C.
Hunt George E., Wilmington, pro-

moted to sergeant major
Howard Avery B., Melrose
Hawts Nathaniel H., Boston
Holt Andrew J., Charlestown
Hibbard Geo. P., Washington Vill.
Hunnewell Joseph T.
Hammond H. c., Soinerville
Hanley Henry, Roxbury
Hinds Loring F., Charlestown
Johnson Alfred J., South Boston
Jennings Nathaniel, Charlestown
Johnston Leonard F., Groton
Jaques Jean B., Roxbury
Kelley Frank E., Boston
Lawrence Charles F., Boston, pro-

moted to chief of caisson
Lugrin Simon Lee
Lewis Edwin N., Charlestown
Martin Brooks B., Boston
Madden Charles, Charlestown
Martin Thomas B., Boston
Maguire John H., Cambridgeport
Murphy James, Boston
Montague John, Charlestown
McManus Owen, Charlestown
McCabe Patrick, Boston
Meehun Jeremiah, Charlestown
Nevil William, North Cambridge
Norcross Daniel, Winchester
Osgood Lewis V., Charlestown, pro-

moted to gunner
Pickett John W.. Charlestown
Presby George T., Cambridge
Parsons John
Paine Thomas, Charlestown

Prescott Enos S., Boston
Quinlan Daniel, Charlestown
Ransom William R., South Boston
Read Samuel A., Lynn
Read Andrew, Charlestown
Remmington Lysander F., East

Boston
Ryan John, Boston
Rooney Peter, Cambridge
Richards Ephraim W., Boston
Robinson Jas. B., East Cambridge
Read John D.
Rowe Amos, Stoneham
Sennott John B.
Smith Andrew, Lowell
Steer William F., Somerville, pro-

moted to guidon
Smith Charles A., Charlestown
Shattuck William, South Boston
Stickney Lyman, South Boston
Stetson Charles E., South Boston
Turner Thomas, Somerville
Tucker Edward M., Brighton
Trevett John E., Lynn
Tufts Henry, South Boston
Tower George T., South Hingham
Taylor llenry W.
Tucker Chas. H., Boston, promoted

to chief of caisson
Way George H., Boston
Wilmot Charles H., Lynn
Whiting Otis S., Randolph, disch'd
Wheelock George W., Cambridge
Wentworth George H., Boston
Walden Charles, Charlestown
Welch John H., South Boston
Williams John B., Plymouth
West Orson, Charles own
Warren Henry, Lincoln
Wallis Samuel D., Somerville

Twenty-Third Regiment.

This fine regiment was recruited at Lynnfield, and left for Annapolis, November Ilth. It forms a part of General Burnside's Division. Most of the officers have been prominent members of the volunteer militia. Colonel Kurtz was captain of one of the companies in the 13th, and was ordered home to take command of this regiment. Lieutenant-Colonel Merritt was a member of Brigadier-General Andrews' staff, and Major Elwell was Lieutenant-Colonel of the 8th Regiment Massachusetts Volunteer Militia, and served with during the entire three months' term of service. Adjutant Chambers served as lieutenant in the Massachusetts 5th, and displayed much bravery at the battle of Bull Run.

At the battle of Roanoke, this regiment was in the centre, under the command of General Foster, and was finally thrown out on the right flank, to prevent a flank movement of the enemy. In advancing, they were met by strong bodies of the enemy's skirmishers, and, in going through the woods, soon came under the enemy's fire. They intercepted, with the 27th, a force of the enemy, thrown out to turn the flank of our centre column; and so, throughout the engagement, this regiment stood in the post of duty and danger.

..... Boston.

Field and Staff, 230 Reg. Colonel

....JOHN KURTZ.......

Promoted from lieut. col. Oct. 23, 1861.
Lieut.-Col....... .HENRY MERRITT

. Salem.
Promoted from major, Oct. 24, 1861.
Major
.ANDREW ELWELL

.Gloucester.
Commissioned Oct. 24, 1861.
Adjutant ....... .JOHN G. CHAMBERS

...Medford.
Quartermaster .......JOSEPH A, GOLDTHWAIT ...... Salem,
Surgeon.....
.GEORGE DERBY

.Boston.
Assistant Surgeon
..SILAS E. STONE.....

Walpole.
Chaplain ............ .J. BOWEN CLARK....

...Swampscott. Sergeant Major.... DANIEL H. JOHNSON, JR. ..Salem. Quartermaster Sergeant. .STEPHEN P. DRIVER.... .....Salem. Commissary Sergeant ....JOSHUA C. GOODALE

...Salem.
Band Master..
.HENRY C. BROWN...

. Boston.
Drum Major ...... GEORGE G. COFFIN.

......New Bedford. Hospital Steward ....GEORGE H. FARNHAM ............ Andover.

Brown Henry F., Salem
Brown Charles, South Danvers
Ball Lucius W., Northboro'
Ball Densmore E., Shrewsbury
Banister David C., Boston
Cook Churles C., Leominster
Chaffin Joseph F., Leominster

MUSICIANS.
Carleton Robert W., Boston
Goodwin Fred. D., Leominster
McIntosh Ephraim D., Boston
Murdock John, Boston
Maynard Wallace D., Shrewsbury
Stuart John, Worcester

Verry Edwin, Salem
Wood Melville, Worcester
White Eugene A., Boston
Whittemore Wm. C., Worcester
Wyatt Andrew W., Salem
Wright Dennison Á., Lowell

Company A, Salem. — 230 Reg.

COMMISSIONED OFFICERS.

Captain, ETHAN A. P. BREWSTER, Salem.
1st Lieut., CHARLES S. EMMERTON, Salem ; 2d Lieut., GEO. A. FISHER, Salem.

NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND PRIVATES.
Sergeants.
Clynes Frank H., Salem

Kimball Moses, Lynn, discharged
Lakeman John R.
Cole John H., Beverly

Kneeland Aaron P., Topstield,

dis Ross John P. Connant Wm. P., Topsfield

charged
Winslow Wm. H., Marblehead Conner Edward, Newbury port Knowlton Samuel, Salem
Osgood Edward T., Salem
Collins Charles II., Salem

Littlefield Charles A., Somerville Smith Frederic W., Manchester Collins Edward A., Salem

Magoun Calvin S., Pembroke
Corporals.
Cummings Wm.C., Salern

Moges Jarnes, Beverly
Andrews Wm. A., Beverly
DeLand Benj. F., Topsfield

Moses John E., Beverly
Bott Thos. E., Wenham, discharged Denny James G., Gloucester

O'Hare Charles Hl., Salem
Brooks Charles W., Salem
Dodge John T., Hamilton

Page Edward W., North Beverly Edgett Isuac H., verly

Druhan Nic as, Marblehead Parker Preston, Boston
Fowler Win. T., Salem
Estes Jacob G., Charlestown

Parks Solomon, jr., Newburyport
Hall Edward A.
Evans Henry B., Boston

Pierce James, Marblehead Smith Albert P.

Felch Wm. li., Newbury port Paine Joseph A.jr., Marblehead Waterman John L., South Danvers Floyd Joel G., Charlestown

Poor Leverett, South Danvers
Musicians.

Foss John L., North Sandwich Reed Elliott S., Ashland
Ingalls Lucius M., Boston
Fuller Benj. M., Danvers

Richards John H., Salem
Taylor Trowbridge C., Topsfield Galletiy Frederic A., Somerville Richardson Wm. H., Danveraport
Wagoner.
Getchell Chas. In, Salem

Rounds Edward H., Portland
Durgin Benj. F., Beverly
Getchell Edward E.

Schultz Carl F., Salem
Privates,
Gillespie Joseph A.

Seaver Frederic, Newburyport Allen Horatio D., Salem, wounded Goldthwait Benj. F.

Shanessy Thomas, Gloucester slightly Gove Wm. A., Gloucester

Shaw Caleb B., Newbury port Adams Chas. H., Marblehead Grant Edward H., Salem, promoted Shaw Joseph A., Newbury port Armstrong Geo., Newbury port

to staff orderly

Spurs Wm. E., Somerville Bradstreet Horutio X., Beverly, pro- Grant George W., South Danvers, Smith James E., Salem moted to commissary sergt.

slightly wounded

Smith Lorenzo F., Salem Blake Edward, Dan versport

Gray Charles II., Gloucester, pro- Stirling Wm. 8., Newburyport Blake Joseph, Danversport

moted to corporal

Talbott Andrew J., Newbury port Brown Augustus, Salem

Gunnison Frank H. Newbury port Upton John, South Danvers brown Ezra, Salem Hardy George C., Essex

Verry Herbert W., South Danvers Brown Geo. A., Manchester Higley Gilman s., Salem

Viannah Frunk, Salem Blossom Edwarel C., Hingham Hodgdon George R., Salem

Welch Wm. L., Salern Bryant Augustine B., Beverly Howard Wm. II. P. Newbury port West Matthew C., Danrers, woundBuffum George W., Salem Kelly James W., Danversport

ed at Roanoke Island, Feb. stb Chaplin Nath'I w., Danvers

Kelly Thomas B., Dan versport Wilkins George G., Salem
Chaplin Wm. A., Danvers
Kent Moses A., Dan vers

Whitney Jonas L., Somerville

Company B, Marblehead. -230 Reg.

COMMISSIONED OFFICERS.

Captain, KNOTT V. MARTIN, Marblehead. 1st Lieut., THOMAB RUSSELL, Marblehead. 2d Lieut., JOHN GOODWIN, JR., Marblehead, killed in battle at Roanoke Island, by cannon

ball, Feb. 8th, 1862.
NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND PRIVATES.
Sergeants.
Carey Robert, Marblehead

Needham James, Salem
Mores Gamaliel H., Marblehead, Caswell Richard, Marblehead

Nickelt Frenk, South Kingston wounded at Roanoke Island, died Charuberlain Le Roy S., Boston Paine Thomus, Marblehead Feb. 10th Chenniel Moses J., Beverly

Peabody Charles P., Middleton Bliss George H., Marblehead Chenniel Samuel O., Beverly

Peabody Wm. W., Middleton
Dutcher Win. W., Marblehead Curtis Levi H., South Danvers Pedrick Benj., Marble head
Norcross Wm. 0., Marblehead Cuthbertson Hugh, South Danvers Pemberton Lewis E., Haverhill, in
Atkins Wm. H., Marblehead
Davis Jonathan N., Marblehead

Mass. General Hospital
Corporals.
Donovan Patrick, Middleton

Pope Benj. C., Salein
Terhune Wm., Marblehead
Duntley George, Lynn

Prince George, Salem
Girdler Lewis, Marblehead, promo- Estes John G., South Danvers Putman Chas. H., South Danvers
ted to sergvant
Estey Lemuel F., Middleton

Quinn Patrick, Salem Christian Wm. T., Andover, dis- Eustis Wm. S.

Ramsdell Albert, Lynn charged

Eastey Solomon W., Middleton Ramsdell Jacob H, Lynn Newton John L., Marblehead, Fairteld Moses, Middleton

Ray Wm. H., Middleton wounded at Roanoke Island Fairfield W. S., Miduleton, disch'd Reed David N., South Danvers Haimond Wm. D., Lynn Finton Patrick, Lowell

Riley John H., Boston
Potter Frederic A., Marblehead Flynn Thomas, Salem

Ryan James
Fuller Daniel, Danvers
Front Joseph P., Marblehead

Salkins Wm., Marblehead
Knowland John B., South Danvers Fuller Daniel, Bixford

Saunders Henry T., Sulemn
Musicians
Glass Samuel 11., Marblehend

Sawyer Charles II., Rowley
Roundy Charles E., Marblehead Graves Moses P., Marblehead, dis- Senter Wm. C., Salem
Story Herbert, Essex

charged

Shapine John
Wagoner.
Hanıpson Samuel, Lynn

Shaw John, Marblehead, k!led at Martin Thomas J., Marblehead Jones John W., Lynn

Roanoke Island, Feb. sth
Prirates.
Lane Daniel, Chelsea

Smith John, Topsfield
Atkins Thomas, Marblehead Larrabee Iersey D., So. Danvers Stanley Timothy, Templeton
Barker George (., Lynn
Mears Henry C., Essex

Synsey Thomas, jr., Marblehead Bates John F., Marblehead

Merrill Charles H., Salem, dead Swetland Beuj., Marblehead
Bates Wm. D., Marblehead
Milay James, South Danvers

Swett Francis P., Marblehead Bessom Wm. B., Marblehead

Millett Peter M., Marblehead Strong Philip H., Marblehead Bessom Wm. B. 2d, Marblehead Millett Philip B.

Taylor Charles W., Hartford
Brown Daniel F., Lynn
Monahan James, Marblehead

Ward James B., Marblehead
Brown John H., Lynn
Morgan Patrick, Sulein

Williams Thomas J., Salem
Burrill Rollo, Lynn

Morrill George T., South Danvers Winford sohn, Beverly Caldwell John G., Ipswich

Murry Martin, South Danvers Wormstead Theodore, Lynn Call George A., Salem

McSweeny Terence, So. Danvers Williams Henry A., South Danvers

Company C, Gloucester. -230 Rog.

COMMISSIONED OFFICERS.

Captain, ADDISON CENTER, Gloucester. 1st Lieut., EDWARD A. STORY, Gloucester; 2d Lieut., Fitz J. BABSON, Gloucester.

NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND PRIVATES.
Sergeants.

Chapdellan Chas., North Camb'ge Marston Sydney, Gloucester
Greenleaf Westover, Gloucester Chapdellan Oliver, Charlestown Philips Joshua B., Lynn
Everett Samuel H., Gloucester Cone Andrew J., Lynn

Pew Charles H., Gloucester
Millett Arthur C., Gloucester Coas Henry G., Gloucester

Parker John J., Gloucester
Choate George D., North Danvers Donovan Dennis, Manchester Palmer John, Gloucester
Swift Calvin W., Gloucester
Dustin John K. jr., Gloucester

Prescott William
Corporals.
Davis John II., Gloucester

Rice Anson, Gloucester
Proctor George A., Gloucester Day Charles, Gloucester

Rogers Leonard S., Gloucester Crockett George W., Gloucester Favor Daniel M., Gloucester

Rowe Edward, Gloucester
Porter J. Frank, Gloucester, disch'd Flint Samuel, Lynn

Rich Sargent, Gloucester
Butler Frank, Gloucester
Foster Robert F., Boston

Symonds Joseph F., Gloucester Marston Wm. II., Gloucester Galvin Michael A., Gloucester Saunders Isaac E., Gloucester Blatchford Charles, Gloucester Gardner George D., Gloucester Southwell Thomas T., Boston Pulcifer George, Gloucester

Goldsmith Gilman, Manchester Sargent Rodney, Lynn
Musicians.

Griffin Tristran, jr., Gloucester Smith Landet T., Rockport
Center Addison A., Wenham Ghe Robert, Gloucester

Saxton Samuel, Gloucester
Locke C. A.
Gaffney Harrison. Gloucester

Thorne J. R.
Smith John, Boston
Griffin Benj. H., Gloucester

Tucker Charles, Malden
Wagoner.
Haskell Asuph S., Gloucester

Tolunan John C., Gloucester
Hildreth Elbridge H., So. Danvers Haskell Edward H., Gloucester, de- Tupper Joseph J., Gloucester
Prirates.
tached on signal corps

Upton John S., North Andover Allen George F., Gloucester Heath Wm., Plymouth

lipadel Herman, Gloucester Ambler Artemas C., Needham Holden Walter, Gloucester

Vasconcallos Matthew, Gloucester Atwood Francis W., Boston Harris John H., Manchester

Widger Thomas D., Manchester Allen Edward, Gloucester Haskell Nath'l, Gloucester

Widger James W., Manchester Alley Frank M., Lynn, hospital Knights George W.

Wonson llenry F., Gloucester warden Kelly Moses, Lynn

Wonson Jabez F., Gloucester Bufhinton Hiram S., Gloucester Lord Joseph 11., South Danvers Wonson Edward G., Gloucester Bushey Wm., Gloucester

Millington Peter, Newport, R. L Winter Albert, Gloucester Brown Lucing W., Lynn

Mc Andrews Wm. J., St. Johns Witham John S., Gloucester Butler Thomas, Gloucester, acci- Morey Benj. F., Gloucester, pro- Winchester E. G., Gloucester dentally shot and killed at An- moted to corporal

Wilson Wm. H., Gloucester, denapolis, Jan. 6, 1962 McCartney John, Gloucester

tailed as hospital nurse Barker Charles A., Quincy Matchett Thomas, Gloucester

Webster Jeremy II., Lynn

Company D, New Bedford. -230 Reg.

COMMISSIONED OFFICERS.

Captain, CORNELIUS HOWLAND, JR., New Bedford. 1st Lieut., SAMUEL C. HART, New Bedford; 2d Lieut., ANTHONY LANG, New Bedford.

NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND PRIVATES.
Sergeants.

Cavanagh Charles, New Bedford Murdock Frank W., Wareham Hart Isnac C., New Bedford

Cowing Edward P., New Bedford 'O'Niel Thomas, Boston Keith Walter D., New Bedford Carpenter Wright, Matta poisett Ormond Patrick, New Bedford Jenney Ezra T., New Bedford Coble Lewis H., New Bedford Pohl Charles, New Bedford Davis Wm. G., Westport Dean Thos. S., New Bedford

Potter Walter A., New Bedford Alden Wm. D., New Bedford Eldridge Peter V., Wareham

Pierce Samuel, New Belford
Corporals.
Fisher Isaac C., New Bedford

Peckham Isaac S., New Bedford
Roberts Joseph F., New Bedfird Fisher Wm. H., New Bedford Ramsdell James, New Bedford
Hillinan Roland L., New Bedford Greene Nath'i I., New Bedford Reynolds Wilson, New Bedford
Bowinan Joshua B., Foxhoro' Glines Joseph L., New Bedford Reynolds Alfred, Dartmouth
Bullard Joseph A., New Bedford Howard Calvin, New Bedford Rall Barney, Boston
Almy Alien, New Bedford

Howland Charles, New Bedford Spencer Byron, New Bedford Davís Chas. A., New Bedford Hatch Philip S., New Bedford Sherman Henry F , New Bedford Smith Alvin C.. New Bedford Harlow Lemuel, Wareham

Sears Chas, H., New Bedford Doten Geo. S., New Bedford

Howard Wm. G., New Bedford Sprague Benjamin, New Bedford Musicians.

Haskins Leonard B., Middleboro' Stevens N. llenry, Providence Coffin Geo. G., jr., New Bedford Hathaway Daniel L., New Bedford Spooner Wm. B.: New Bedford Gibson Chas, H., New Bedford Hood James H., New Bedford Sawyer Melvin, New Bedford Wagoner.

Hillman Alex, H., New Bedford Thompson Chas. L., New Bedford Barstow Zacheus M., Mattapoisett Jennings Edward F., New Bedford Tuckwell Chas, F., New Bedford Prirates,

Jennings Wm. H. II., X. Bedford, Tripp J. B., New Bedford Allen Elisup P., New Bedford

wounded at Roanoke Island, Tripp Wm. H., New Bedford Ashley Albert W., Dartmouth

Feb. 8

Taber Jos. B., Fairhaven, disch'd Budlong Wm. D., New Bedford Johnson Samuel, New Bedford Topham Geo. w., New Bedford Besse Theodore S., New Bedford Kingman Henry C., New Bedford Turner Simeon W., Wareham Briggs Obed N., New Bedford Lake Noah J., New Bedford

Tillson Benj. 0., Middleton Burgess Chay. T., Middleboro' Leach llenry P., New Bedford Vincent Albert, New Bedford Bumpus Louis D., Wareham Lacy Patrick. New Bedford

Vaughan James D., New Bedford Bumpus Reuben A., Wareham Leary Daniel, New Bedford

Wyer James ll., llyannis Battles John, New Bedford, wound- Luce Freeman C., New Bedford Willcox Isaiah H., New Bedford

ed at Roanoke Island, Feb. 8 Macomber Peleg, New Bedford Wing John A., New Bedford Cambridge John, New Bedford Macomber Geo, B., New Bedford Wing Henry K., New Bedford Chamberlain Wm. C., New Bedford Morse Artemas, New Bedford

Weaver Norbert V., New Bedford Clark Frederic P., New Bedford Mitchell John N., New Bedford Washburn Leunder, New Bedford Clark Phineas K., New Bedford

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Company E (Davis Guards), Plymouth. -230 Reg. Named in honor of Charles G. Davis, Esq., and the Hon. Wm. T. Davis, both of Plymouth. This company was recruited at Plymouth, in Sept., 1861, and went into camp at Lynntield, with the 238 Regiment, about the first of October.

COMMISSIONED OFFICERS.

Captain, WM. B. ALEXANDER, Plymouth. 1st Lieut., Otis ROGERS, Plymouth ; 2d Lieut., Tuos. B. ATWOOD, Abington.

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NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND PRIVATES.
Sergeants.
Burgess James K., Plymouth

Marshall Henry, Plymouth
Drew Josiah R, Plymouth
Bassett Edward, Plymouth

May James B., Boston
French Chas. L., Abington
Burns John, Plymouth

Page James W., Boston
Dollard Robert, Easton
Bowen James A., Duxbury

Pierce Wm. T., Plvinouth
Terry John D., Easton

Bonney Lewis S., so, Marshfield Pratt Nathaniel, Plymouth
Burbank David W., Plymouth Carnes Edward S., Carver

Prati Edward A., Kingston
Cirporals.

Caswell Augustus S., Plymouth Pratt Joseph, Kington
Burbank Wm. 8., Jr., Plymouth Churchill Joseph L.. Plyinouth Pratt llenry. Abington
Davis Francis E., Plymouth

Chandler Thomas, Plymouth Perkins Isaac H., Plymouth Lucas John S., Roxbury

Churchill Wm. E., Plymouth Pinkham Chas. F., Lein Lanman Hiram J., Plymouth

Chubbuck Warren, Middleboro', / Paulding Daniel H., Plymouth Sewell John M., Abington

discharged

Paulding (ieo, O., Duxbury Standish James C., Plymouth

Dunham Geo. H., Plymouth Pearsons Benjamin F., Abington Soule William, Kingston Eldred Lorenzo W., Lynn

Peirce Henry B., Abington
Sanborn John D., Carver

Farnham Ge, W., Waltham! Perry Nathan B. Plymouth
Musicians.

Fuller Benjamin F., No. Carver Ryder John D., Plymouth
Hart Edward C., Dorchester

Fuller Theodore S., Plymouth Smith Edward, Plymouth
McMahan Perez, Piymouth
Feid George, Plymouth

Southworth Jacob w., Plytnouth
Warner.

Finney Walter I., Plymouth South worth Thomas, Kingston
Benson Albert, Plymouth
Gould Henry

Sears Andrew T., Plymouth
Privates.
Gibbs Warren

Stevens Edward, Plymouth
Atwood Thos. C., Plymouth
Holines Samuel W.

Stevens Chus. C., Plymouth
Atwood Wm. T., Plymouth
Hunt Robert S., Duxbury

Stillman James II., I'lymouth Atwood Chas. H., Plymouth

Howe Henry, Newton Centre Swift Geo. W., So. Hanson Atwell George, Marshfield

Karen Patrick, Boston, deserted Swift Wm. R, Plymouth Benson George, Plymouth

Kennally Michael, South Bridge- Searles Wm. H., Åhington Bartlett Winslow, Plymouth

water

Stetson Jeremiah, Hanson
Bartlett Henry C., Plymouth
Leavitt Chas. I., Abington

Stetson Edward L., Hanson
Baker Henry D., Plymouth
Long Chas. II., Plymouth

Sewall Dummer Abington
Burbank Asaph S., Plyinouth Lee Nathan, Moulton boro', N. H. Saunders

Thos. S., Plymouth, Braley Edward D., Pli mouth Lapham Otis W., Duxbury

transferred to Co. K. Braley John R., Plymouth Mehurin Seth, Plymouth

Thayer Benjamin, So. Hanson
Bagnäll Ichabod P., Plymouth Maxim Marcus F., Middleboro Taylor John, Plymouth
Bryant Homer, Plymouth

Maxim Elbridge A., Middleboro' Towle Jarnes S., Abington
Burt John E., Plymouth
Maxim Chas. M., Rochester

Westgate Benjamin, Plymouth Bailey George, Plymouth

Company F, Salem. - 230 Reg.

COMMISSIONED OFFICERS.

Captain, GEORGE M. WHIPPLE, Salem.
1st Lieut., Chas. H. BATES, Salem ; 2d Lieut., Geo. R. EMMERTON, Salem.

NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND PRIVATES.
Sergeants.

Clark Chas. P., Topsfield, disch'd McCloy John B., Salem
Wheeler Richard P., Salem
Cook Jeremiah, Danvers

Munroe Alexunder A., Salem
Derby Putinan T., Salem
Cook Wm. S., Salem

Osborne Frederic M., Salem
Hayward Chus. H., Salem
Crocker Josiah M., Salem

Osgood Geo. E., Salem
Fowler Philip M., Salem

Cummins Edward, Topsfield Peabody John W., Middleton
Lee Francis H., Salem
Daniels Wm. F., Salem

Perkins Eben S., Salem
Corporals.
Dodge Francis S., Danvers

Pinkham Wm. A., Salem
Carlton David, Salem
Dow Chas. M., So. Reading

Phippen Geo. P., Salem
Carlton Joseph G. S., Salem
Driver Geo. H. S.. Danvers

Prime Wm. H., Salem
Davis Chas. W., Salem
Dudley John S., Topsfield

Reed Beniamin A., Salem
Immerton James A., Salem
Edgerly Chas. E., Salem

Roberts John S., Salem
Mansfield Geo. S., Salem
Eminerson James ()., Boston

Rollins Abijah, Salem
Nagel Jacob, Saiem
Emilio Lucius F., Salem

Rose Stephen C., Marblehead
Robbins Lewis L., Salem
Farely James H., Salem

Sargent Chas, O., Salem
Waters Henry F., Salem
Field Charles, Danvers

Saunders Oliver II., Hamilton
Musicians.
Fischer Wm. F., Salem

Scriggins Joshua C., Salem
Gardner Albert, Boston
Floyd Chas. G. Š., Topsfield

Shaw Brown E., Salem
King Rufus, Somerville
Glazier James E., Salem

Southward Sainuel S., Salem
Wagoner.
Gray John, Salem

Stone Geo. B., Salem
Tarbox Samuel A., Salem
Harblet Samuel II., Salem

Swaney Wm. II., Salem
l'rirates.
Hill Arcot M., Topsfield

Symonds Nathaniel C., Salem
Almy Hiram I., Boston
Hiltz Jacob C., Salem

Tebbetts Andrew R., Salem Arrington Benjamin F., Salem Hobbs Edward F., Wenham

Thomas Richard H., Salem Arrington James, jr., Salem

Hooper Samuel S., Manchester Thompson Ivory W., Hamilton Arnold Richard B., Lynn Janes Wm. H., Topsfield

Tilton John P., Boston Austin Wm. R., Salem

Jennes Lorenzo W., Marblehead Townsend Wm. H., Salem Barnard Samuel, Jr., Salem

Johnson Eben N., No. Danvers Trask Amos W., Salem, discharged Batchelder Geo. H., Salem, disch. Lake John B., Topsfield, wounded Upbam Oliver W, H, Salem Becker Peter, Salem

at Roanoke Island, Feb. 8

Valentine Herbert E., Salem
Brooks Somuel II., Salem
Lufkin llenry, So. Danvera

Walcott Royal E., Salein
Brown Ezra L., Salem
Manning Albert E., Salem

Waldron John, Salem
Burchstend David W., Salem
Manning Charles, Middleton

Wallis David B., Hamilton
Chappel Wm. F., Salem
Manning Joseph A., Salem

Whittredge John E., Hamilton Caird Francis S., Danvere, wound- Martin Henry, Salem

Winchester Silas, Salem ed at Roanoke Island, Feb. 8 Matthews Ferdinand, Cambridge Woodbury Josiah, Salem

Company G, Beverly. -230 Reg.

COMMISSIONED OFFICERS.

Captain, JOHN W. RAYMOND, Beverly. 1st Lieut., HENRY P. WOODBURY, Beverly; 2d Lieut., Dan'l W. HAMMOND, Beverly.

NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND PRIVATES.
Sergeants.

Smith Thomas J. jr., Beverly Bray Benjamin, Beverly
Choate William E., Beverly
Wallis Joseph P., Beverly

Boden James W., Beverly
Goodridge Samuel.jr., Beverly

Musicians.

Butler Alonzo A., East Poultney, Mitchell Charles W., Beverly Hall Alfred J., Beverly

Vt. Friend Charles, 2d, Beverly

Webber Charles A., Beverly Brandon Robert, Beverly Dodge Alonzo P., Danvers

Wagoner.

Burk Thomas, Beverly
Hood Richard, Danvers

Bragdan Jeremiah F., Beverly Bradbury Jacob, Danvers
Corporals,

Privates.

Brown Wm. P., Marblehead
Blanchard Andrew J., Salem
Agent Joseph F., Beverly

Batchelder Ira D., Beverly
Dodge James, Beverly
Arnold Jaules H., Beverly

Barry Patrick J., Beverly
Early William F., Beverly
Allen Stephen B., Salem

Brown Robert N., Beverly
Obear Edward u., Beverly
Ayers Jacob E., Manchester

Caldwell Augustus, Beverly
Perry Edward B., Beverly
Allen Joseph C., Manchester

Caswell Joseph W., Wenhara
Pickett George u., Beverly
Burk Edward K., Beverly

Clayton John W., Beverly

Carry Robert, jr., Beverly
Clark Nath'l W., Beverly
Clark Michael
Clark William T.
Cressey Benjamin, 3d, Beverly
Danforth George A., Middleton
Dupee Antonio, Beverly
Davis Thomas D., Beverly
Dennis Charles R., Beverly
Fernald Charles G., Beverly
Furguson Alfred W., Beverly
Floyd Joseph M., Beverly
Gavin Thornas, Beverly
Grush Addison E., Beverly
Gunnison John H., Topsfield
Glover Charles F., Beverly
Gliden Austin, Beverly
Glidden John, Beverly
Grimes William H., Salem

Goldsmith Albert, Manchester
Goodwin Joseph D., Beverly
Handley Michael, Beverly
Holden Charles, Beverly
Higginbottom Joseph, Beverly
Jeff's Tristran C., Dan vers
Jewett George S., Beverly
Kennison Benjamin,

Beverly
Lufkin Williain H., Beverly
Munsey William, Beverly
Morgan George H., Manchester
Morgan Nathaniel, Beverly
Maxcy William, Beverly
Nickerson Ancel, Middleton
Osborne Horace M., Manchester
Perkins Joseph P., Boxford
Perkins Mer:ill.jr., Tamworth
Packer Charles F., Beverly, disch'd
Randall Lewis J., Beverly

Rend Perrin W., Beverly
Smith James, Ellsworth
Sands Stephen B., Beverly
Smith George C., Boxford
Stocker Charles II., Beverly
Southwick Lakeman, Beverly
Thissell Ebenezer, Beverly
Thissell Levi A., Beverly
Twist Peter, Beverly
Taylor William, Beverly
Tucker Frank E, Manchester
Trask Charles P., Danvers
Williams James E., Beverly
Webher Eleazer A., Beverly
Whidden David, Beverly,
Wallis William 20, Beverly
Williams Oscar P., Beverly
Weeks Stephen L., Beverly
Young Isaac T., Beverly

Company H, Clinton.-230 Reg.

COMMISSIONED OFFICERS.

Captain, WESLEY C. SAWYER, Harvard.
1st Lieut., WM. L. KENT, Boston ; 2d Lieut., PETER H. NILES, Boston.

NOX-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND PRIVATES.
Sergeants.
Coad John, Medway

Lincoln Samuel M., Hingham Kilburn Charles, Lunenburg Crain Moses F., Shirley

Lawrence Sewell D., Clinton Barr tt George V., Shirley Cashman Michael, Lynn

Marsh Frederick A., Newburyport Braydon Willian G., Boston Cleale Joseph A., Sherburne

Morrill David, Shirley
Fairbanks Edwin E. Stafford Clark Andrew J., Hingham

Munyon Emery, Shirley
Springs, Conn
Cromitt Henry A., Clinton

Mathews David W.
Taylor James H., Nashua, N. H. Cheateawert Peter, deserted

Nelson Alexander, Shirley
Corporals.
Clark Thomas, Boston

Newhall William, So. Reading Brown Frederick W., Harvard Daly John, Harvard

Nason George W. r., Boston Hutchinson Alden, Canaan Devin Martin, Boston

Oliver Charles E., Lunenburg Ladd Dexter B., Boston Duncolf John

Peckham Samuel II., Harvard Nelson N. Fletcher, Somerville Dunn Martin, Boston, deceased Peckham William C.. Harvard Stall Ansel A., Lunenburg, died at Eaton William C., Clinton

Priest John F., Harvard Annapolis of typhoid fever Eaton Joseph P., Boston

Pillsbury Wilson M., Avon, Me. White Careb B., Salern

George Harris W., Leominster Prescott William H., Boston Kilburn Henry P., Lunenburg Goldsmith Edw., Lynn

Pratt Henry M., Boston [serted Bowers Horace S., Hancock

Graves Joseph B., Lunenburg Rockliff Hezekiah, Unity, Me., de-
Musicians.
Hoyt Bradford H., Harvard

Sparrow Benj. F., Orleans, desert'd Warren William T., Fitchburg Harlow Edward O., Harvard

Sawtelle James D., Harvard
White Henry K., Shirley
Holman Edwin, Fitchburg,

Stone Henry L., West Newton
Wagoner.

Hildreth James M., Lunenburg Stall William B., Lunenburg Sawyer Jonathan, Clinton

Hawkes Joseph W., Boston, disch'd Smith Peter, Lunenburg
Privates.

Harrington llenry H., Boston Smith William, Harvard
Abbott Henry G.,

Townsend, disch. Hill Francis C., Boston [charged Smith Thomas, deserted
Attleton Joseph C., Natick

Harrington Warren, Gloucester, dis- Sweet Caleb W., Lancaster
Albert Emanuel, Boston
Hayden George A., Harvard

Todd Boyd, Townsend
Atwood Jesse, Charlestown

Humphrey George E., Hingham Taylor Walter, Shirley Baker James M., Harwich, deserted Jones Alonzo, Quincy

Wetherbee George C., Harvard Brougham Edward J., Boston Jones George B., So. Braintree Willard James M., Harvard Bennett Irving M., Somerville Jarvis Amoy B., Bolton

Wiley Samuel A., Reading, died Backerman William H., Boston Kimball Lewis, Charlestown

Wyeth Warren, Lunenburg Brown Howard A., Lyon, disch'd Keyes Surliner W.

Wood Charles, Harvard Baker Jacob, deserted

Longley Charles B., Lunenburg Wyeth Richard H., Lunenburg Bellows James G., Harvard Lyons John E., Lunenburg

Wilder Albert L., Leominster

Company I, Ipswich.-230 Reg.

Captain, JOHN HOBBS, Ipswich. 1st Lieut., WM. J. CREASEY, Newburyport; 2d Lieut., DAVID P. MUZZEY, Cambridge.

NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND PRIVATES.
Sergeants.
Cresscy Thomas B., Rowley

Merrill Dennis, Ipswich
Doble Funk M., Boston
Clark John F. G., Ipswich, disch'd Morrison

William, Newburyport Marshall Thomas E., Newburyport Crooker Marshall, Lynn

Mendell Char. H., Cambridgeport Merrill John A., Newbury port Dorr Charles H., Ipswich

McGarvey George, Lynn Davenport Edwd. L., Newbury port Deeds Charles, Holliston

Montgomery John H., Ipswich
Hull Edward G., Ipswich
Estes Charles W., Ipswich

Pender Thomas, Newbury port
Corporals.
Evans Eben, Ipswich

Perking William H., Newbury port Barlow Joseph, Newbury port Foss John C., Byfield

Putnam William, Newbury port Eldridge Elisha, Newbury port Forbes Henry Ipswich

Poor George, Ipswich, deserted Falls Alonzo, Salisbury

Furbish Samuel, Georgetown Peatfield William P., Ipswich Gurney Edward T., Newbury port Foster Walter C., Ipswich

Peabody Thomas, Ipswich
Gould Charles A., Lexington Fox Charles, Boston

Pinder Daniel F., Ipswich
Jewett Thos. L., jr.. Ipswich
Frost Newton P., Boston

Porter Thomas F., Gt. Falls, N. H. Joy George M., Carnbridgeport Fairbanks Oliver S., Holliston Quested James K., Newbury port Parsons John D., Newbury port Gallaher John, Holliston, deserted Robinson Wm. W., Newbury port Musicians.

Gurney George, Newbury port Rowe George, Ipswich
Robinson San, uel G., Newbury port Howard John L., Newbury port Reeves John, Holliston
Hills Albert P., Ipswich
Hynes Joseph, Newbury port

Ross Edward, Ipswich
Wagoner.

Hunphrey Albert, St. Albens Smith Zaddoc 11., Newburyport Boyd John P., Newbury port

Haskell James F., Essex, died on Stockbridge Charles, Newburyport Prirates.

board the Suwance, Feb., 1862 Sherburne John T. Ipswich Abbott Adolphus, Salem

Howard Frank, Ipswich, wounded Swett Simeon T., Essex Audrew Luther B , Ipswich

at Roanoke Island, Feb. 8

Sargent George H., Ipswich Burns George E., Newbury port Hills Albert S., Ipswich

Shattuck William, Ipswich Bean Francis H., Newbury port Hall Joseph, Newbury port

Smith George, Ipswich Burnham Abraham, Ipswich

Irving George W., Ipswich, desert'd Stockman John T., Newburyport Brockelbank Lewis A.

Jackman George H., Newbury port Tarr Addison, Newbury port
Brown Henry A.
Jewett John H. Ipswich

Thompson Charles, Ipswich
Barker John A.

Kirkwood llenry G., Newbury port Tozer John M., Ipswich Bridges Jelouis F.

Lewis Elbridge S., Newburyport Welch Wm., Newbury port Bridges John 0. (charged Low William E., Essex

Wentworth Asa H., New buryport Choate Jos. W., Newbury port dis- Lacy Putrick, Roxbury

Worth William K., Ipswich Cook William H., Newbury port Lord Hiram B., Newburyport Wheeler Warren W., Holliston Clark James A., Ipswich Lord John G., Newbury port

Wheeler Charles H., Ilolliston Chaniel Joseph H., Ipswich

Montgomery John 11., Lynnfield Winter Fra. E., Georgetown,'disch. Coughlin Patrick, Ipswich

Morrill David C., Newbury port Wade Seth, Chelsea Crouy Patrick, Watertown

McGowan J., Newburyport,desertid Willey Geo., New Market, deserted

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