Thouina Bacon, 2d Regt. Charles Brooks, 20th Regt.
Henry L'rosley, 5th Cav. John Clark, 2d Cav.
Thomas Foley, 33d Regt. Edward H. Forbes, 2d Cav.
Edward Kennoy, 2d 11. Art. Alvin H. Henry, 2d Cav.
Patrick Hagan, Vet. Res. Patrick Kelley, 2d Regt.
Corps. William Lee, 2d Regt.
John A. Keefe, 29th Uuat- John Lyden, 2d H. Art.
tached. Lewis Payzant, 2d Cav.
John Leah, Vet. Res. Corps. Edward Payne, 2d Cav.
Michael I. Menagh, 35th Regt. Joseph O'Brien, Vet. Res.
Abraham Page, 5th Cav. Corps.
Thomas Paine, Vet. Res. Corps. Henry Robinson, 33d Regt.
John O'Brion, 2d II. Art. Frank Smith, 27th Regt.
John Riley, 2d Regt.
To these is to be added a representative recruit
voluntarily purchased by Daniel E. Damon, Esq., and
credited to the town.
On the 19th of November, 1864, the following
Plymouth men were mustered into the United States
service (for one year) as members of the Twentieth
Unattached Company, stationed at Marblchead :
Joseph L. Bartlett, age 18; private; teamster.
John C. Chase, uge 18 ; private ; shoemaker.
John F. Chapman, age 24 ; private; hostler.
Nathaniel M. Davis, age IS; private; shoemaker.
Abnur Leonard, ago 18 ; private; nailer.
Frank C. Robbins, ago 18; private; nailer.
William Waterson, age 24 ; private.
On the 14th of December, 1864, the following
Plymouth men were mustered into the service (for
one year) as members of the Twenty-fourth Unat-
tached Company, stationed at Forts Andrew and
Standish, in Plymouth harbor, aud afterwards at
Ileadville until mustered out:
Jesse T. Basaett, ago 2G. William II. Churchill, age 18.
Alexander J. Bartlett, age 19. Eugeuu Callahan, age IS.
Charles T. Badgor, age 37. Samuel N. Dunham, age 32.
Edward D. Badger, age 32. Francis E. Davis, sergt., 2d
John Brown, age 21. lieut. ; ago 28.
John R. Bradley, ago 19. Charles F. Drake, age 27.
Charles W. Bump, age 18. William Dunlap, age 23.
Georgo Bailey, age 31. Sylvester Dunlap, ago 18.
Albeit L. BurgcuB, age 18. Thomas II. Ellis, age 19.
William B. Burt, ago 30. George Green, age 24.
John E. Burt, age 39. Charles G. Hathaway, ugo 19.
Isaac K. Holmes, age 21. Charles Remington, age 19.
Seth L. Holmes, age 24. Timothy Ryan, mu.-ician ;
William T. Harlow, age 17. age 17.
Sumner Leonard, age 25. Barnabas E. Savery, age IS.
Stephen M. Maybury, age 24. Leandor M. Vuughn, age 23.
Michael McCrate, age 19. John B. Williams, Corp.; age
Simeon L. Nickerson, age 21. 26.
Thomas M. Nash, age 23. Charles A. Washburn, ago 2u\
Stephen P. Nightingale, age Samuel A. Whitten, age 23.
23. Daniel S. Wells, ago 19.
Obed C. Pratt, age 20. Philip II. Williams, age 13.
William T. Pierce, age 19. Albert S. Wood, ago 17.
In addition to the men whose names have been
given in the foregoing statement, the following Plym-
outh men enlisted at various times and in various
regiments in the United States service :
Charles B. Allen, age 35 ; Co. A, 5th Cav. ; laborer.
George H. Atwood, age 24; Co. K, 13th V. R. C; shoe-
Frederick Atwood, 7th Regt.
Daniel A. Bruce, age 20; Co. K, 99th N. Y. Regt.
C. B. Burgess, age 22; Co. B, 24th Regt.
Otis L. Battles, age 27 ; Co. A, 24th Regt.
John W. Bartlett, age 21 ; Co. E, 7th Regt.
Ellis E. Brown, ago 19 ; corp. Co. A, 5th Cav. ; laborer.
Joseph W. B. Burgess, age 25 ; Co. II, 8th N. II. Regt. ; la-
Mason B. Bailey, 7th Bat.; brakeman.
Luke P. Burbank; age 19; Co. H, 31th Regt.
Phinehas Burt, ago 23; Co. H, 58th Regt.; shoemaker.
Ansel Bartlett, age 24; Co. C, 58th Regt. ; mariner.
Temple H. Bartlett, age 28 ; Co. II, 5Sth Regt. ; mariner.
Orin Bosworth, 2d Uegt.'
Homer Bryant, age 43 ; 3d R. I. Cav. ; laborer.
Frederick W. Buck, age 32 ; Co. E, 4th Cav. ; 2d lieut., 5tli
Cav. ; shoemaker.
Luther R. Barnes, ago 18 ; Co. II, 58th Regt. ; operative.
James II. Chapman, age 22; Co. IC, 1 1 tit Regt.; laborer.
Nathaniel Carver, age 26; musician 12th Regt. ; shucmaker.
James E. Churchill, age 32; Co. K, 99th N. Y. Regt.
Horatio Cameron, 1st Cav.
John Cunningham, age 17; 9th Regt.; trans, to Co. F, 32d
John S. Ca&sady, ago 41 ; 2d Art.; teamster.
William L. Douglass, age IS ; Co. I, 58th Regt. ; bootuiakor.
William Duffy, age 18 ; Co. II, 1st Cav. ; tailor.
John Duffy, age 45; Co. II, 2d Hoavy Art. ; tailor.
Isaao Dickerman, age 31 ; Co. K, 9'Jtli N. Y. Regt.; teamster.
Maurice Dooley, uge 26 ; Co. G, 28th Regt.
Josiuh M. Diinun, age 24 ; 10th Pa. Cav.
John Daley, age 24; Co. K, 10th Regt.
Samuel Eliot, ago 44 ; Co. K, 28th Rogt. ; laboror.
William Edes, age 33; Corp. Co. F, 11th Regt.
Seth W. Eddy, age 27 ; eorp. Co. II, 5Sth Regt.; shoemaker.
Frank Finney,' age 18; Signal Corps.
Walter II. Finney, age 23 ; Co. II, 2d Heavy Art.
Henry Gibbs, Co. K, 99th N. Y. Regt.
Phineas Gibbs, ago 42 ; Co. B, 24th Regt.
Thomas Gibbs, age 21 ; 3d N. Y. Regt.; laborer.
Amos Goodwin, age 24 ; Co. A, 5th Cav. ; laborer.
Edwin F. Hall, ago 18; Co. D, 58th Regt. ; ropemakor.
Christopher T. Harris, ago 21 ; Co. F, 12th Regt. ; tin-worker.
B. F. Ilartin, age 23; Co. F, 11th Regt.
Sylvanus K. Harlow, age 22; sergt. -major 20th Rogt.; watch-
HISTORY OF PLYMOUTH.
Allen Hathaway, age 44; Co. K, 99th N. Y. Regt.; laborer.
William C. Holmes, President's Guard.
Allen T. Holmes, ago 19 ; Signal Corps; clerk.
Charles H. Howland, age 37 ; lieut., q.m. 34th Regt. ; merchant.
Daniel D. Howard, age 30; Co. H, 58th Regt.; farmer.
Edwin P. Holmes, age 22 ; Davis Guards, of Lowell.
Samuel N. Holmes, age 21) ; 3d R. I. Cav.; laborer.
George A. Hall, age 34 ; Co. A, 5th Cav. ; laborer.
William H. Jackson, age 21 ; harness-maker.
Henry A. Jenkins, 5th Bat.
George II. Jcnners, 5th N. H. Regt.; mariner.
William King, age 2a; 13th Regt.; mariner.
John K. Kiiicaid, age 21 ; Co. II, 5Sth Regt.; tin-worker.
James A. Lovell, ago 21 ; 2d Heavy Art.
William W. Laninan, age 20 ; 3d R. I. Cav.; laborer.
Howard Morton, age 20; Co. D, 30th Regt., 2d lieut. Corps
Charles 1*. Morse, age 21 ; hosp. steward 17th Regt. ; clerk.
Melvin G. Leach.
Stephen M. Maybury, age 25 ; corp. Co. C, 18th Regt.; after-
wards in 24th unattached, and Co. C, 17th U. S. I.; watch-
John Matthews, age 20 ; 12th Dat. ; mariner.
Lewis S. Mills, ago 18 ; Co. A, 5th Cav.
William McGill ; age 24 ; laborer.
Juhu Monks, age 33; Co. 15, 2d Heavy Art.; ropouiaker.
Gideon E. Morton, age 21 ; Co. F, 7th Regt.
James O'Counell, age 'Sb ; Co. C, 28th Rugt.
John T. Oldham, age 38 ; Co. B, 24th Regt.
J. S. Oldham, age 30 ; Co. B, 24th Regt.
Albert D. Pratt, age 18; shoemaker.
R. W. Peterson, age 19; Co. I, 1st Regt.
John Perkins, 10th N. Y. Regt.
Frank W. Paty, Co. F, 2d Art.
William II. Pittie, age 41 ; 2d Heavy Art.; shoemaker.
James II. Pratt, age 19; Co. D, 58th Regt.; shoemaker.
Edward 11. Paulding, age 18 ; Co. D, 5Sth Regt.; stonecutter.
Thomas l'ugh, age 30 : Co. A, 5th Cav. ; mariner.
Alonzu II. Perry, age 18 ; Co. II, 58th Regt.
Edmund Read, age 24 : Co. II . 58th Regt. ; gunsmith.
Charles Raymond, ago 43 ; lieut. -eol. 7th Regt.; undertaker.
Edward L. Robbins, age 26 ; 2d lieut. 2d Heavy Art. ; printer.
Herbert Robbins, ago 18 ; 3d 11. I. Cav.
Samuel B. Raymond, age 30; 3d R. I. Cav. ; laborer.
Charles B. Stoddard, age 21 ; 1st lieut., q.m. 4lst Regt.; capt.
3d Cav. a.q.iu. ; student.
James C. Standish, age 35 ; 2d lleavy Art. ; blacksmith.
John Sylvester, age 31 ; Co. I, 1st Cav. ; laborer.
Albert Simmons, age 22; 2d Heavy Art.; teamster.
August Sears, 7th Regt.; laborer.
George A. Shaw, age 26 ; 8th Illinois.
Winslow B. Sherman, age 44 ; 2d Heavy Art. ; laborer.
George A. Simmons, age 34; 2d Heavy Art.; teamster.
Wallace Taylor, age 42; Co. B, 24th Regt.: mariner.
John Taylor, age 34 ; Co. D, 58th Regt. ; laborer.
J. Allen Tillson, age 31 ; Co. H, 7th Regt.; laborer.
Ansel 11. Vaughn, ago 30; 4th Cav.; manufacturer.
Edward N. H. Vaughn, age 25 ; Co. K, 99th N. Y. Regt.
Alexander J. Valler, age 25; Co. D, 30th Regt.; mariner.
Taylor J. Valler, age 20; corp. Co. K, 17th Regt.
David R. Valler, age 18; Co. I, 58th Regt.; operative.
Erik Wolff, age 26 ; 2d lieut. 5th Cav.
John B. Williams, age 26; 3d Bat. ; mason.
Benjumin Weston, ago 22 ; Co. I, Col. Cav.
Benjamin F. Whittemore, age 38 ; Co. E, 58th Regt. ; maohinist.
William B. Whittemore, age 18; Co. E, 58th Regt. ; laborer.
Of these, Temple H. Bartlett was wounded July
30, 1864, and James H. Pratt, Alouzo H. Perry,
and John Taylor were wounded in the Wilderness.
Further additions to the number of soldiers credited
to Plymouth were made by six enlistments in the
rebel States, under the direction of the commission
appointed by the government, and by the following
re-enlistments not included in any of the above lists :
William Duffy, 1st Cav.
Nathaniel Carver, 58th Regt.
Philander Freeman, regular army.
Howard Morton, 1st lieut. Corps d'Afrique.
Otis L. Battles, 3d R. I. Cav.
Horatio Cameron, 1st Cav.
Taylor J. Valler, 17th Regt.
Alexander J. Valler, 30th Regt.
Besides the above roll of soldiers, the following
Plymouth men entered the naval service and were
credited to the quotas of the town :
Alexander B. Atwood, mate; age 33.
Sherman Allen, master's mate ; age 22.
Edward Baker, master, act. lieut. ; age 40.
Winslow B. Barnes, mate; age 32.
Francis Burgess, master; age 35.
Charles U. Brown, master, act. lieut.; age 39.
Cornelius Bartlett, ensign ; age 32.
John F. Churchill, ensign; age 23.
William R. Cox, mute, ensign; age 23.
Charles Campbell, mate; age 30.
Frauds B. Davis, ensign, act. master ; ago 30.
Alvin Finney, uiastor; age 29.
George Finney, master; uge 32.
Elkanah C. Finuey, mate.
Robert Finney, mate; age 31.
Augustus H. Fuller, mate, ensign ; age 30.
Ichabod C. Fuller, mute, ensign ; age 25.
Eliphalet Holbrook, mate, ensign ; age 31.
Charles H. Howland, mate; ago 23.
William H. Howland, mate; age 34.
Lemuel Howland, Jr., mate; age 33.
William II. llo.vie, mate; age 29.
George 11. Holmes, master; age 42.
Nathaniel Goodwin, act. lieut. ; age 52.
Ezra S. Goodwin, master; age 28.
Phi ucus Leach, master; age 56.
Franklin S. Leach, mate; age 24.
William W. Leonard, mate, ensign; age 23.
Frank T. Morton, assist, pay.; age 23.
John Morissey, ensign ; age 24.
Everett Manter, mate.
Henry Rickard, mate.
Thomas B. Sears, q.m.; age 29.
Aiuusu C. Sears, q.m.; age 27.
E. Stevens Turner, master, act. muster in com. ; age 29.
Frank W. Turner, mate; age 24.
Adoniiam Whiting, mate; age 21.
Benjamin Whitmore, master; ago 38.
Henry C. Whitmore, mate; age 26.
John Wbitinore, master; age 30.
Victor A. Bartlett, sailmaker; ago 21.
Robert B. Churchill, 3d usst. eng. ; uge 23.
William J. Dunham, 3d asst. eng.; age 34.
Merritt Shaw, 3d asst. eng.; age 18.
HISTORY OF PLYMOUTH COUNTY.
William Archer, age 21. Allen Hathaway, age 45.
Edward A. Austin, age 31. Samuel Hopkins.
Albeit Asbport, age 35. William Ilorton.
Richard Atwell, age 24. George H. Jeuness, ago 27.
Bache Mclix, uge 22. Benjamin Kempton, age 22.
Patrick Murphy, age 22. Benjamin ICeinpton, 2d enl.
Owen McGaun, age 23. Walter S. King, ago 21.
William II. Maxcy. Amos Lounou, age 19.
Temple II. Bartlett, age 28. James B. Lynch, age 27.
Henry II. Burns. Josiiih Leach, age 43.
William Brown, age 44. John F. Morse, age 27.
Iliruui F. Bartlett, age 21. John A. Morse.
Jesse T. Bassett, age 24. Sylvester Nightingale, age 22.
Caleb Bryant, age 27. Hiram S. Purringtal.
John B. Chandler, age 24. Francis Roland, age 22.
Joined Cook, age 21. William C. Russell.
Solomon S. Churchill, age 21. Oriu W. King, age 18.
Charles W. Chickering, age Martin II. Ryder, age 21.
21. George Rice.
Ephraiin Douglass, age 36. William Slade, age 24.
B. F. Dunham, age 23. Albert Swift.
Robert Dunham. Harvey C. Swift, uge 32.
Atwood R. Drew, age 24. William II. Sylvester.
John Fisher, age 43. Francis Sylvester, age 23.
James L. Field, age 26. E. F. Townsend.
Henry C. Gage. George fully, age 18.
Arthur M. Grant. Georgo B. f oley.
James Gray, age 22. Angus Thomas, age 22.
James Halpen, age 24. James E. Thomas, age 22.
Charles II. Uollis, age 19. Henry Vale, age 37.
Thaxtor Hopkins. Joseph Weston, age 29.
Edward Ilowlund, ago 29. James WoUh, age 24.
Ed. W. Hathaway, ago 22. Joseph Wright, ago 29.
After the last call for three hundred thousand, is-
sued Dec. 19, 1SG4, was satisfied a surplus of twenty-
two men stood to the credit of Plymouth, and this
surplus before the end of the war was iucreased to
twenty-eight. The following roll of those who died
in the service will complete the record of the soldiers
in the war :
John F. Alexander was born in Plymouth, March 2, 1837.
He enlisted in Co. E, 29th Rcgt., May 6, 1861, as a private, was
promoted corporal Feb. 17, 1363, and killed at the battle of
Spottsylvunia Court-House, May 12, 1864. Unmarried.
William T. Atwood was born in Plymouth, Oct. 3, 1841. He
enlisted in Co. E, 23d Regt., Sept. 23, 1861, and died of fever
at Newberne, N. C, July 20, 1862. Unmarried.
Joseph W". B. Burgess was born in Plymouth, Sept. 3, 1838.
He enlisted in Company H, 8th N. II. Regt., Aug. 13, 1864, and
died of fever at Mount Pleasant Hospital, in Washington, Dec.
9, 1864. Unmarried.
Thomas B. Burt was born in Plymouth in January, 1839. He
enlisted iu Co. E, 29th Regt., March C, 1862, and died of fever
at Iiarcwood Hospital, in Washington, Oct. 31, 1862. Unmar-
William Brown was born a slave in Maryland in 1SI8, and
enlisted in the navy in 1862. He died at sea, on board the U. S.
"Constellation," Dec. 24, 1864. Married, leaving wife and four
Victor A. Bartlett was born in Plymouth, Aug. 29, 1841, and
entered the navy an sailmaker early in the war. Sept. 3, 1863,
with fourteen o Ulcers and ninety-six men of the U. S. steamer
" Housatonic," he was captured in a night attack on Fort Sum-
ter, and died at Salisbury, N. C, March 25, 1864. Unmarried.
Nathaniel Burgess was born in Plymouth, Jan. 25, IS35. He
enlisted in Co. E, 29th Rcgt., May 6, 1861, re-enlisted at the
end of three years' service, was promoted tirst lieutenant for
bravery in the field July 1, 1864, aud died of wounds received
March 25, 1365, at the battle of Fort Steadman. Unmarried.
Lawrence R. Blake was born in Duxbury, May 6, IS39. He
enlisted in Co. E, 29th Regt., May 6, 1861, and was killed at
Antietam, Sept. 17, 1862. Unmarried.
Edward D. Brailey was born in Plymouth, in 1831. He en-
listed in Co. E, 23d Regt., Oct. 19, 1361, and was killed on
picket at Newberne, N. C, April 27, 1862. Married, leaving a
George W. Burgess was born in Plymouth, Oct. 16, 1841. Ho
enlisted in Co. G, 18th Regt., in August, 1861, was transferred
to U. S. Artillery, and died in hospital at Falmouth, March 8,
George W. Barnes was born in Plymouth, Sept. 19, 1S32. lie
entered the 4th Regt. as a quartermaster-sergeant lor three
months' service; re-enlisted as the same in the 32d Regt., and
died at Harrison's Landing, Aug. 3, 1862. Unmarried.
James A. Bowen, probubly born in Duxbury, enlisted in Co.
D, 38th Regt., and died June 7, 1S64. Unmarried.
Jedediah Bumpus was drafted July 24, 1863; attached to Co.
C, 9th Regt., and was killed in the Wilderness, June 30, 1864.
Married, leaving a wife.
Joseph W. Collingwood was born in Nantucket, Jan. 5, 1822.
His parents removed to Plymouth, where he beeame a trader.
Ho recruited Co. H, 18th Regt., and was commissioned captain,
Aug. 20, 1361. He was wounded at the battle of Fredericks-
burg, Dec. 13, 1S62, and died December 24th. Married, leaving
a wife and five children.
John B. Collingwood was born in Nantucket, Dec. 30, 1825.
He enlisted in Co. E, 29th Regt., May 6, 1861, was commis-
sioned tirst lieutenant May 6th; appointed adjutant, July 16,
1361, of Massachusetts Battalion, and Jan. 22, 1862, adjutant
of 29th Regt. He died in St. John's Hospital, Cincinnati, Aug.
21, 1863. Married, leaving wife and three children.
Thomas Collingwood was born in Plymouth, Nov. 10, 1831.
He enlisted in Co. E, 29th Regt., May 6, 1861 ; was taken pris-
oner at Savage Station, June 29, 1362; was exchanged August
10th; promoted corporal Feb. 17, 13tW; and died at Camp
Banks, Ky., Aug. 31, 1863. Married, leaving a wife aud three
John Carline was born in Ireland, Juno 20, 1821. He en-
listed in Co. B, 23d Regt., Sept. 23, 1361, and died at Roanoke
Island, Oct. 14, 1864. Married, leaving a wife and two children.
Joseph L. Churchill was horn in Plymouth, June 12, 1842.
He enlisted in Co. E, 23d Regt., Sept. 23, 1861, and was killed
at tho battle of Newberne, March 14, 1862. Unmarried.
Isaac Dickerman was born iu Plymouth in 1833. He en-
listed in Co. K, Bartlett's brigade, or what was afterwards the
99th New York Rcgt., aud died at Chesapeake Hospital, near
Fortress Monroe, Nov. 12, 1863. He left a wife and children,
Benjamin F. Durgin was born in Saratoga, N. Y., June 28,
1836. He enlisted in Co. D, 38th Regt., Aug. 4, 1862; was pro-
moted corporal in December, 1862, and died in Convalescent
Hospital, Baton Rouge, La., Aug. 3, 1863, of chronic diarrhoea.
He left a wife and one child.
Robert Dunham, seaman in the navy, aud died at some place
Setu W. Eddy was born in Plymouth, Aug. 5, 1337. He en-
listed in Co. II, 63th Regt., March 11, 1864, und metered as
corporal, and died at Readville, Aug. 13, 1864, of chruuic diar-
rhoea. He left a wife and one child.
HISTORY OF PLYMOUTH.
William Edes was bora in East Needham in 1828. lie en-
listed in Co. F, 11th Regt., ia 1361 ; was made corporal; was
captured, and died in Andersonville Prison, Aug. 3U, 1864.
Theodore S. Fuller was born in Plymouth, Dec. 23, 1838. lie
enlisted in Co. E, 23d Regt., Sept. 23, ISO], and was captured
Oct. ID, 1863, near Newberne, and is supposed to have died in a
rebel prison. Unmarried.
Melviu C. Faught was born in Calais, Me., in 1836. lie en-
listed in Co. A, 32d Kegt., in December, 1862, and died at Wind-
mill Point Hospital, Virginia, Fob. 5, 1863. lie left a wile and
Lemuel B. Fauuce, Jr., hub born in Plymouth, Sept. 22, 1834.
lie enlisted in Co. G, 38th Kegt., Aug. 13, 1862, and died April
23, IS 05, at Gold^boro', N. C, of internal rupture. Unmarried.
Edward E. Green was born in Plymouth, Nov. 19, 1837. He
en I i.- ted in Co. E, 38th Kegt., Aug. 9, 18C2, und died at Baton
Rouge, July II, 1863, of chronic dysentery. Ho left a wife.
Frederick Holmes was born in Plymouth, April 9, 1835. He
first enlisted in Co. B, 3d Kegt., for three months, found a sub-
stitute in Boston, and returned home, and left Plymouth again
to join the company, April 30, 1861. He colisted again in Co.
D, 38th Kegt., Aug. 6, 1862, and was mustered as tirst sergeant.
lie was promoted sei geant-mujor Nov. 1, 1862, second lieuten-
ant Due. 4, 1862; was wounded at Bialand, and killed June 14,
1863, in action at Port Hudson, before he was mustered as second
lieutenant. He left a wife and children.
P. Marion Holmes, on the soldiers' monument as a Plymouth
man. lie was commissioned tirst lioutcuant in 36tU Kegt. May
23, 1863, and was killed at Campbell's Station, Tcnn., Nov. 16,
ThoiiKis W. Uaydeu was born in Quincy, July 7, 1S32. He
enlisted in Co. E, 29th Mass. Kegt., May 6, 1861, was mado
corporal Feb. 18, 1862, and died at Crab Orchard, Sept. 4,
1863, leaving a wife.
o.i. in D. Holmes was born in Plymouth in 1843. He enlisted
in Co. E, 2'Jth Kegt., May 6, 1861, was promoted sergeant Feb.
1, 1864, re-enlisted, and was killed at the battle of Fort Stead-
man, near Petersburg, March 25, 1864. Unmarried.
Edwin F. Hall was born in Weyuiouth, March 9, 1848. He
enlisted in Co. D, 68th Regt., Feb. 27, 1864, and was killed at
Cold Harbor, Juoe 3, 1864. Unmarried.
George M. Heath was born in Plymouth, March 24, 1835. He
enlisted in December, 1861, in Co. K, 32d Kegt., and was a cor-
poral. He died at Harrison's Lauding, July 30, 1862.
Justus W. Harlow waa born in Kingston, Jan. 3U, 1839. He
enlisted in Co. E, 29th Kegt., March 6, 1862, and died at Camp
Hamilton, near Fortress .Monroe, Sept. 16, 1862, leaving a wife.
William N. Hathaway was born iu Plymouth, Nov. 17, 1840.
He cu listed in Co. G, 38th Kegt., Aug. 12, 1862, as corporal,
und died Feb. 23, 1863, at Convalescent Camp, near Washing-
Thomas Haley was born in Plymouth, June 10, 1830. He
enlisted in Co. 11, 18th Kegt., Aug. 5, 1861, was discharged at
Hall's Hill, near Washington, Feb. 24, 1862, enlisted in Co.
G, 38th Kegt., Aug. 14, 1862, and died at St. James' Hospital,
Louisiana, April 5, 1863, of phthisis, leaving a wife and chil-
Horace A. Jeuks was born in Spriugtield, April 30, 1S33.
He enlisted in Co. E, 29th Kegt., May 6, 1861, as sergeant, was
made lirst sergeant Oct. 31, 1862, seeoud lieutenant June 18,
1863, and died at Mill Dale Hospital, Mississippi, July 24,
1863. He was color-sergeant in all the seven days' battles
except Charles City Cross-Roads aud Malvern Hill. He left
a wife and child.
Josiah Leach, seaman in the navy, and died at some place
Thomas A. Mayo was born in Plymouth, Aug. 19, 1821. Ho
enlisted in Co. E, _'Jth Kegt., May 6, 1861, was made seeoud
lieutenant May 6, 1861, and was killed at the battle of Gaines'
Mills, June 27, 1862. He left a wife and four children.
John D. Manter, a Plymouth man, but not one of the Plym-
outh soldiers. He enlisted in Co. B, 3d Regt., and died at
Newberne, Feb. 6, 1863.
Charles E. Merriam was born in New Hampshire in 1844.
Ho culiBted in Co. E, 29th Kegt., May 6, 1861, and died at
Harper's Ferry, Nov. 12, 1862. lie had been previously
wounded at Malvern Hill. Unmarried.
Lemuel B. Morton was born in Plymouth, May 2, 1834. He
enlisted in Co. E, 29th Kegt., May 6, 1861, and was killed in
action at Spottsylvonia Court- House, May 12, 1864. Ho was
promoted corporal Feb. 18, 1862 He left a wife and child.
Gideou E. Mortou was born in Plymouth, July 5, 1S4U. He
enlisted in Co. F, 7th Kegt., at the beginning of the war, and
died at Fredericksburg, May 3, 1863. Unmarried.
Isaac T. Oldham was born in Plymouth in 1323, enlisted in
Co. B, 24th Kegt., and died at Newberne in 1863, leaving a wife
Isaac II. Perkins was born in Plymouth, Dec. 15, 1836. He
enlisted in Co. E, 23d Kegt., Sept. 23, 1861, re-enlisted at the
expiration of his term of service, was wounded at the battle of
Cold Hurbor, June 3, 1864, and died of his wounds at Camp-
bell Hospital, Washington, June 26, 1864. Unmarried.
George T. Pcekham was born in Walpole, March 29, 1826.
He enlisted in Co. E, 29th Kegt., March 1, 1S62, was made
corporal Feb. 17, 1863, and died at Knoxville, Nov. 1, 1863.
Ho left a wife and three children.
William Perry was born in Carver, Nov. 3, 1843. He enlisted
in Co. G, 33th Regt., Aug. 14, 1862, and died at New Orleans,
June 5, 1863. Unmarried.
Thomas Pugh was born in Baltimore in 1833 (probably a
slave). He followed the sea, and enlisted in the 5th Cavalry,
Dec. 22, 1863, and died after the expiration of his term of ser-
vice, Nov. IS, 1865, at sea, while the regiment was on its way
home from Texas, leaving a wife and four children.
Lewis Payzant was a recruit obtained in Boston, and no cir-
cumstances of his life or death are known. He left a wife and
Harvey A. Raymond was born in Plymouth, March 31, 1S35.
He left Plymouth, April 30, 1861, to join Co. B of the 3d
(throe mouths') Regt, at Fortress Monroe, lie afterwards
enlisted in Co. E, 23d Regt., Aug. 2, 1862, and was killed at the
battle of Whitehall, in North Carolina, Dec. 16, 1862. He left
Henry II. Bobbins was born in Plymouth, Dec. 8, 1840. lie
enlisted in Co. E, 29th Kegt., May 6, 1361. He died of small-
pox at the Kulorania Hospital, Washington, Dec. 4, 1363. Un-
Albeit K. Robbins was born in Plymouth, Sept. 9, 1841. He
enlisted May 6, 1861, in Co. E, 29th Regt., and died in Plym-
outh, during a furlough, of smallpox, March 5, 1364. Un-
Edward Stevens was born in Plymouth, April 22, 1821. On
the 28th of September, 1861, he enlisted in Co. E, 23d Kegt.
He died at Newberne, Jan. 19, 1S63, of wounds received at the
battle of Whitehall, on the 16th of the previous month, leaving
a wife and children.
Thomas S. Saunders was born in Plymouth, Aug. 27, 1834.
He enlisted in Co. E, 23d Kegt., but was afterwards transferred
to Co. K of the saino regiment. He died at Koanoko Island,
March 11, 1862. Unmarried.
William U. Shaw was boru in New Bedford, in December,