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inferred from the following extract of a letter to his brother
from Major Joseph Hayes, who was in command of the regi
ment when he fell. He says, "I can only express to you my
sincere sympathy in your great bereavement, and add my testi
monial to the high character of Lieut. Almy as a soldier and a
man. His conduct in the engagement in which he fell is men
tioned in the highest praise by all the officers who were engaged
with him. He fell in the very front, while bravely cheering on
his men under a most galling fire, and displayed to the last a
spirit of intrepidity and gallantry surpassed by no one. He
was always prompt, faithful, zealous, and cheerful too, in the



1862-63.] OF HARVARD COLLEGE. 523

performance of his duty as a soldier ; and I do not know a
single blemish in bis character as a man, but could enumerate
many, very many, virtues that he possessed. You have lost,
sir, a noble brother, and the country a gallant soldier."

A meeting of his classmates was held in Boston on the 16th
of September, when they passed a series of resolutions bearing
testimony to his virtues.

He was highly esteemed by his friends and relatives for his
many good qualities of head and heart, for his sterling princi
ples and uniformly correct conduct ; and they confidently looked
forward to a long life to him of usefulness to his fellow-citizens,
and of honor to himself: but his career was abruptly termi
nated, and the hopes of his friends were blighted.

1861. Capt. HENRY JONAS DOOLITTLE died in Racine,
Wis., 10 August, 1862, aged 23 years. He was the eldest
son of Hon. James R. and Mary Lovina (Cutting) Doo-
little, and was born in Rochester, N.Y., 4 March, 1839. In
1851, he removed with his parents to Racine, and soon after
wards became a pupil in Racine College. Two years later, he
became personally interested in the truths of the gospel, and
soon after united with the First Baptist Church in Racine. In
his class, he held a respectable rank of scholarship. At the
time of his graduation, the rebellion had just begun to exhibit
its gigantic proportions. With his fellow-students in college,
he received a military drill ; and was employed with them, by
order of the governor, in guarding for a time the Massachusetts
arsenal at Cambridge. After spending a few months with his
father (who was a senator in Congress) in Washington, he
returned to Racine, and was engaged in drilling Capt. Lyon s
company in that city, and a company at Darlington, and had
the promise of the post of major in one of the Wisconsin regi
ments ; which post, however, he failed to obtain. Early in
the following spring, he accepted a position, with the rank of
captain, upon the staff of Gen. C. S. Hamilton, with whom he
served on the Peninsula ; then for a short time at Harper s Ferry ;
and subsequently near Corinth. In July, he applied for a ten-
days furlough, in order to complete the family-circle gathered in



524 NECROLOGY OF ALUMNI [1862-63.

commemoration of the twenty-fifth anniversary of his parents
marriage. Ere he received his furlough, he was attacked with
typhoid-fever, and went home to die. In the delirium of fever,
after his return, he imagined himself still on his journey, and
piteously entreated that he might be taken home ; and God took
him home, a home which war shall never invade, and sorrow
shall never mar, and death shall never enter. Strong in body,
sound in mind, of rare energy, he sacredly devoted himself to
his country s cause, and for his country he fell a martyr. His
friends have this consolation, that he was a Christian patriot,
a kind brother, and a faithful son ; and it is a comfort that he
breathed his last, not amid the horrors of battle, but under the
paternal roof.

1861. Capt. WILLIAM YATES GHOLSON was killed in the
battle of Hartsville, Tenn., 7 December, 1862, aged 20 years.
He was son of Hon. William Yates (N.J.C. 1825) and Elvira
(Wright) Gholson, and was born in Pontotoc, Miss., 11 March,
1842, but removed with his parents to Cincinnati in 1845.
His mother belonged to a Virginia family, which had removed
to Mississippi, where Mr. Gholson married her. He began to
fit for college with Mr. Joseph Yernon, of Cincinnati, and com
pleted his preparatory studies in the private school of Eben
Smith Brooks (H.C. 1835) in the same city. After gradu
ating, he began the study of the law with his father ; but, when
the President made a call for three hundred thousand men, he
determined, to engage in the cause of his country. In Sep
tember, 1862, he was commissioned as captain in the One-
hundred-and-sixth Regiment of Ohio Volunteers. In October
following, he was appointed provost-marshal of South Frank
fort, Tenn. On the 8th of November, he was acting-assistant-
adjutant-general of the Thirty-ninth Brigade, Fourteenth Army
Corps, on the staff of Col. Moore. He fell while rallying
his men. He was pierced with three bullets, one near
the heart, one. in the forehead, and one in the temple. His
intelligent patriotism demanded a country worthy of a sacri
fice ; and if, at last, he did not find it, it will hasten into
being sooner because he fell evoking it. He was by nature



1862-63.] OF HARVARD COLLEGE. 525

ardent and aspiring, of independent thought and active con
science, generous and affectionate. In his death, he bequeathed
a conspicuous example of courage in the midst of general inca
pacity and cowardice ; and left no room for his many friends to
grieve, except for their own loss.

1861. SAMUEL DUNN PHILLIPS, of Boston, died at St.
Helena Island, Beaufort, S.C., 5 December, 1862, aged 23
years. He was son of Thomas Walley (H.C. 1814) and Anna
Jones (Dunn) Phillips, and was born in Boston, 12 December,
1838. He began to fit for college under the instruction of
Mr. Thompson Kidder, of Boston; but, from 1852 to 1857,
he was studying in the Boston Latin School. After gradu
ating, he began the study of medicine, under the instruction of
Dr. Edward Reynolds, of Boston (H.C. 1811). In January,
1862, he was teaching a school in Tewksbury, Mass. In March
following, he turned his attention to the unfriended blacks at
Port Royal, S.C. ; and, on presenting himself before the Educa
tional Commission, he was approved, and sent out among the
first. His deep religious convictions and eminent conscien
tiousness, joined with an ever-active benevolence and constant
cheerfulness, gave him a near approach to the hearts of his
people, and caused him to rank among the most useful of the
superintendents. He made a visit to his home on account of
indisposition, and returned much sooner than the precarious
state of his health warranted ; and thereby his life was sacrificed
to his devotedness to his mission.

1861. THOMAS RODMAN ROBESON died in Gettysburg,
Penn., 6 July, 1863, of a wound received in battle, 3 July,
aged 22 years. He was son of Thomas Rodman and Sibyl
( Washburn) Robeson, and was born in New Bedford, 7 Novem
ber, 1840. His father died 13 August, 1848 ; and his mother
removed subsequently to Brookline, and afterwards to Cambridge,
where she now resides. He was fitted for college in Brookline,
by William P. Atkinson (H.C. 1838) . He left his class in April,
1861, to drill at Fort Independence; and, on the formation of
the Second Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers, he enlisted in
it, and was commissioned, 28 May, 1861, as second-lieutenant :



526 NECROLOGY OF ALUMNI [1862-63.

30 November, 1862, he was promoted to be first lieutenant, and
soon afterwards detached for duty in the signal-corps. In this
service, he was present at the battles of Roanoke Island and
Newbern, in February and March, 1862. In the following
spring, his eyes becoming inflamed, he returned to his regiment,
and took part with it in all its many battles and hardships to the
time of his death. Pie was wounded, 9 August, 1862, in
the right fore-arm, at the battle of Cedar Mountain, Va. He
was promoted, 10 August, 1862, to be captain; and was, at
the time of his death, the senior captain of his regiment. In
the battle of Gettysburg of the morning of Friday, 3 July, he
was making a charge with his regiment, when he was mortally
wounded by a minie-ball in the upper part of his right thigh.
He was a brave and efficient officer, cool in action, always
manly and dignified, and much esteemed by his men and his
fellow-officers.

1862. Lieut. HENKY ROPES was killed in the battle of
Gettysburg, Penn., 3 July, 1863, aged 24 years. He was son
of William and Mary Ann (Codman) Ropes, and was born
near London, Eng., where his parents were temporarily re
siding, 16 May, 1839. His father is a native of Salem, and an
eminent merchant of Boston. His mother was a daughter of
Hon. John Codman, of Boston. He was fitted for college by
Sidney Willard (H.C. 1852), late major of the Thirty-fifth
Massachusetts Regiment, killed at Fredericksburg, 14 Decem
ber, 1862. He was commissioned as second-lieutenant of the
Twentieth Massachusetts Regiment, 25 November, 1861, and
as first-lieutenant, 2 October, 1862 ; was with the regiment
until his death, going through the Peninsula campaign, siege
of Yorktown, Fair Oaks, seven-days battles, Antietam ; storm
ing of the city of Fredericksburg, 11 December, 1863 ; and was
never wounded until he met his death at the battle of Gettys
burg. When in college, he took great interest in boating and
other manly exercises, and was selected to be one of six men
who composed the crew of the "Harvard," and was in this
representative boat of the college during some of her proudest
triumphs. He was well fitted by his physical strength to as-



1862-63.] OP HARVARD COLLEGE. 527

sume the hardships of a campaign, but was cut down in the
flower of his youth in the struggle with the enemy. His last
march, the longest ever accomplished in one day by the Army
of the Potomac, was borne with the utmost cheerfulness. He
was the life of all about him, encouraging the weary, inspiring
and enlivening the men of his command, whose testimony has
been given to the beautiful spirit and kindly temper with which
the fatigues of the day were endured by him. The last act of
his life, of which there is any record, is touchingly characteristic.
The battle of the day before had been severe, and many
wounded were left upon the field. With noble self-forgetfulness ,
he went out at night with his cup of cold water to soothe and
relieve those who were fainting and dying from wounds and
thirst. Few instances of rarer patriotic impulse have been
seen. Six weeks before his death, he visited his friends after
the battle of Chancellors ville, and said, in reply to the hope they
expressed that he would not return to the army, that no posi
tion of influence or wealth which could be offered to him, would,
for an instant, tempt him to leave his regiment until the war was
closed. AVar had no fascination for him ; he longed for a right
eous and honorable peace : but, until that was proclaimed, he
would never sheathe his sword.

1862. JOHN HEXRY TUCKER was killed in the attack on
Port Hudson, Miss., 27 May, 1863, at the age of 28 years.
He was son of Ebenezer and Eliza Bradlee (Foster) Tucker,
and was born in Cambridge, Mass,, 19 February, 1835. He
studied at the public schools in Cambridge until April, 1851,
when his father thought it best that he should learn a trade.
lie was accordingly apprenticed to his brother, who was a car
riage-painter. Although the drudgery which fell to his lot as
a young apprentice was not at all to his taste, he persevered
until he acquired such a proficiency in his trade, that, when his
time expired, his master offered him high wages to remain as
journeyman. In the winter of 1855, he joined the Mechanic
Apprentices Library Association, where the literary exercise
proved very attractive to him ; and the library afforded him in
formation which was eagerly collected. Such was his success in



528 NECROLOGY OF ALUMNI OF HARVARD COLLEGE. [1862-63.

this institution, that, on the occasion of the thirty-sixth anniver
sary of its foundation, he was chosen orator, and delivered an
oration on the " Position of the Mechanic in Society," at the
Meionian, 22 February, 1856. This oration has been printed.
The future of literature thus opened to him proved so attractive,
that he endeavored to advance yet further; and, as a means,
determined to enter college, if possible. In December, 1856,
he entered the Cambridge High School; and in July, 1858,
was admitted to Harvard College. During his college-course,
he won the respect of all his classmates by his unassuming
modesty and his high religious principle. Naturally quiet and
retiring, he passed to and from recitations almost unknown by
many of his class ; but those who knew him well valued him
perhaps more for the very qualities which restrained him from
active participation in class-matters. Devoting himself to the
st*udy of theology, and the ministry of the Baptist church, which
he joined in 1850, he felt that his country needed him in a ser
vice in every way opposed to his tastes, but in one where he
might do good. He joined the Thirty-eighth Regiment. Among
the first, he fell at the attack on Port Hudson.



INDEX OF ALUMNI;



WITH THE YEARS OF GRADUATION AND DECEASE.



Abbot, Abiel (1787), 1859
Abbot, Daniel (1797), 1853
Abbot, Henry (1796), 1862
Abbot, Jacob (1792), 1834
Abbot, John (1798), 1854
Abbot, Samuel (1808), 1839
Abbott, Caleb F. (1831), 1855
Abbott, Edward G. (1860), 1862
Abbott, Henry H. (1859), 1859
Adams, Charles F. (1843), 1856
Adams, Daniel (1799), 1852 .
Adams, Henry (1802), 1862 .
Adams, Horace W. (1849), 1861
Adams, James B. (1847), 1853
Adams, Josiah (1801), 1854 .
Adams, Mark S. (1847), 1853 .
Adams, Zabdiel (1759), 1801 .
Adams, Zabdiel B. (1813), 1855
Allyn, Rufus B. (1810), 1857 .
Almy, Pardon (1861), 1862 .
Andrews, Asa (1783), 1856 . .
Andrews, George (1847), 1862
Appleton, Francis H. (1842), 1854
Atherton, Charles G. (1822), 1853
Atherton, Charles H. (1794), 1853
Austin, Elbridge G. (1829), 1854.
Austin, John D. (1846), 1861 . .
Austin, William (1831), 1835 . .



Bacon, Rufus (1810), 1854 . . .
Baker, George (1816), 1852 . .
Baker, Henry F. (1815), 1857 . .
Baker, Walter (1811), 1852 . .
Barn well, Wm. H. W. (1824), 1863
Barbour, James (1818), 1857 . .
Bartlet, William (1801), 1852 . .
Bartlett, Benjamin D. (1810), 1853
Bartlett, Gorham (1845), 1854 .
Bartlett, Josiah (1795), 1853 . .
Batchelder, Francis L. (1844), 1858
Batchelder, George W. (1859), 1862
Bates, Joshua (1800), 1854. . .
Bates, Reuben (1829), 1862 . .
Beal, Thomas P. (1806), 1852 . .
Beals, Isaac N. (1856), 1860 . .
Benjamin, James (1830), 1853 .



PAGE.

208

27

386

208

27

208

57

518

337

152

13

452

379

22

28

22

452

47

121

522

67

482

34

32

11

57

377

145

42
17

126
6

471

192
13
16
34
12

204

610
28

473
6

381
33



Bent, Nathaniel T. (1831), 1856 .
Bigelow, Edward I. (1848), 1854 .
Bigelow, Francis W. (1843), 1853
Bigelow, Rufus (1831), 1832 . .
Birchard, Eliphalet (1843), 1854 .
Bliss, John (1808), 1854. . . .
Blood, Oliver H. (1821), 1858 . .
Boutelle, Timothy .(1800), 1855 .
Bowditch, Nathaniel I. (1822), 1861
Bowman, Charles D. (1838), 1857
Bradford, Alden (1786), 1843 . .
Bradford, George (1851), 1859 .
Bradford, William J. A. (1816), 1858
Bradley, Alexander R. (1831), 1862
Bradley, Caleb (1795), 1861 . .
Braman, Isaac (1794), 1858 . .
Brewer, John M. (1804), 1859 . .
Brewer, Nathaniel (1814), 1853 .
Briggs, William A. (1838), 1859 .
Brooks, Gorham (1814), 1855 . .
Brooks, Warren (1855), 1857 . .
Brown, Arnold W. (1851), 1852 .
Brown, Bartholomew (1799), 1854
Brown, George W. (1845), 1851 .
Brown, John (1813), 1852 . . .
Brown, Oliver (1804), 1853. . .
Browne, Charles (1812), 1856 . .
Browne, John W. (1830), 1860 .
Bulfinch, George S. (1817), 1853
Bulfinch, Henry (1821), 1853 . .
Bullard, John P. (1829), 1848 . .
Burnap, George W. (1824), 1859.
Burnap, Jacob (1770), 1821 . .
Butler, Josiah (1803), 1854 . . .
Butterfield, Charles (1820), 1858.
Byers, Peter S. (1851), 1856 . .

Campbell, Edward F. (1808), 1861
Capen, Lemuel (1810), 1858 . .
Carroll, Charles (1823), 1862 . .
Carson, William A. (1818), 1856 .
Gary, Thomas G. (1811), 1859 .
Caryl, Benjamin (1761), 1811 . .
Cenas, Hilary B. (1825), 1859. .
Chadwick, George B. (1858), 1861
Chandler, James (1728), 1789 . .



PAGE.
144

35

21
145

60

41
193

81
360
149
257
283
257
426
338
214
303

16
277

84

159

9

27



14
123
326

32

18
475
323
323

40
265
102

402
238
469
128
242
306
326
442
214



5:30



INDEX OF ALUMNI.



PAGE.

Chandler, Joshua (1807), 1854 . . 29

Chandler, Nathaniel (1792), 1852 . 2

Clieever, Charles A. (1813), 1852 . 16

Chickering, Jesse (1818), 1855 . . 50

Childe, Edward V. (1823), 1861 . . 365

Chipman, Ward (1805), 1851 ... 5

Chisholm, James (1836), 1855. . . 98

Clap, Ebenezer (1799), 1856 ... 81

Clapp, Thaddeus (1834), 1861. . . 374

Clarke, Manlius S. (1837), 1853 . . 21

Cleaveland, Parker (1799), 1858 . . 220

Cobb, Henry (1854), 1855 .... 64

Coburn, Henry P. (1812), 1854 . . 45

Codman, Henry (1808), 1853 ... 15

Coffin, Charles " (1793), 1853 ... 11

Coggin, Jacob (1803), 1854 ... 41

Cogswell, George W. (1849), 1854 . 35

Coker, Robert A. (1831), 1833 . . 145

Cole, Joseph G. (1822), 1851 ... 8

Cole, Thomas (1798), 1852. ... 3

Cook, Daniel (1836), 1853 .... 21

Cooke, Alfred VV. (1J-52), 1852 . . 23

Coombs, George C. (1831), 1835 . . 145

Corbett, John H. (1819), 1855. . . 52

Crafts, Samuel C. (1790), 1853 . . 26

Cranch, William (1787), 1855. . . 68

Crocker, Frederick W. (1829), 1863, 474

Crocker, Samuel M. (1801), 1852 . 4

Crosby, Olivef- (1795), 1851 ... 3

Crosby, William (1794), 1852. . . 3

Cross, William G. (1842), 1854 . . 59

Cross, Robert (1819), 1859 .... 318

Croswell, Andrew (1798), 1858 . . 168

Crowninshield, Edw. A. (1836), 1859, 276

Cruft, Edward (1831), 1846 ... 145

Cruft, William S. (1834), 1851 . . 8

Cummings, Asa (1817), 1856 ... 89

Cummings, Enoch L. (1848), 1859 . 282

Cunningham, Eph. M. (1814), 1852 . 7

Cutter, Charles W. (1818), 1856 . . 129

Dabney, Francis 0. (1851), 1858. . 284

Dabney, Frederic (1828), 1857 . . 195

Dall, John (1815), 1852 17

Damon, David (1811), 1843 ... 68

Damon, Edward T. (1857), 1859 . . 335

Dana, Francis (1796), 1853. ... 26

Dane, Joseph (1799), 1858 .... 170

Davenport, James (1802), 1860 . . 296

Daves, John (1853), 1855 .... 104

Davis, Thomas K. (1827), 1853 . . 33

Davis, William (1837), 1853 ... 21

Davis, William N. (1851), 1863 . . 488

Davison, Andrew C. (1815), 1856 . 86

Day, James (1806), 1853 .... 29

Deane, Samuel (1760), 1814 ... 226

Deblois, John A. (1816), 1855 ... 48

Denny, Nathaniel P. (1797), 1856 . 109

Derby, Ezekiel H. (1791), 1852 . . 11

Derby, Nathaniel F. (1829), 1830 . 475

Devereux, John J. (1816), 1856 . . 87

Devereux, Nicholas (1829), 1848. . 475

Dexter, Franklin (1812), 1857. . . 189

Dexter, Samuel D. (1843), 1850 . . 117

Dexter, Samuel W. (1812), 1863 . . 457

Doane, Augustus S. (1825). 1852. . 8

Doolittle, Henry J. (1861), 1862 . . 623



Dorr, Clifford (1825), 1858 . . .
Dorr, Samuel A. (1795), 1855 . .
Dorr, Thomas W. (1823), 1854 .
Drane, Robert B. (1824), 1862 .
Draper, William (U03), 1858 . .
Dugan, James A. (1848), 1860 .
Dumont, John T. P. (1824), 1852
Dunbar, Asa (1767), 1787 . . .
Dutton, Francis L. (1831), 1854 .
Dwight, Howard (1857), 1863. .
Dwight, John (1800), 1853 . . .
Dwight, Wilder (1853), 1862 . .



Eaton. Asa (1803), 1858 ....
Eaton, Joseph (1810), 1860 . . .
Eaton, Peter (1787), 1848 . . .
Eaton, Peter S. (1818), 1863 . .
EdSon, John (1848), 1857 . . .
Eliot, Paul M. (1858), 1862. . .
Eliot, Samuel A. (1817), 1862 . .
Elliott, Ralph E. (1818), 1853 . .
Elliott, William (1809), 1863 . .
Emerson, Charles 0. (1818), 1863
Emerson, Samuel (1785), 1851
Erving, Langdon (1855), 1862. .
Eustis, George (1815), 1858 . .
Eustis, Horatio S. (1830), 1858 .
Everett, Edward B. (1850), 1861.

Fales, Stephen (1810), 1854 . .
Farley, George F. (1816), 1855 .
Farley, Joseph H. (1823), 1861 .
Farmer, William (1819), 1862 . .
Farnham, Daniel (1739), 1776. .
Farnsworth, James D. (1818), 1854
Farrar, John (1803), 1853 . . .
Farwell, John (1808), 1852. . .
Farwell, Richard (1817), 1853. .
Fay, Samuel P. P. (1798), 1856 .
Fe lton, Cornelius C. (1827), 1862
Field, William P. (1851), 1859 .
Fish, Phineas (1807), 1854 . . .
Fiske, Isaac (1798), 1861 . . .
Fiske, Thaddeus (1785), 1855 . .
Fitch, Jeremiah G. (1831), 1845 .
Flanders, Charles (1808), 1860 .
Flint, James (1802), 1855 . . .
Fogg, Henry M. R. (1849), 1862 .
Foster, Alfred D. (1819), 1852 .
Foster, William E. (1829), 1843 .
Fox, Abel (1838), 1859 . . . .
Francis, Convers ( 1815), 1863. . ,
French, Jonathan (1798), 1856 . ,
French, Ralph H. (1798), 1855 . ,
Friese, Henry F. (1831), 1853. . .
Frost, Barzillai (1830), 1858 . . ,

Frost, John (1822), 1859

Frothingham, William (1799), 1852.
Fuller, Arthur B. (1843), 1862 . ,
Fuller, Elisha (1815), 1855 . . . ,
Fuller, Eugene (1834), 1859 . . .
Fuller, Henry H. (1811), 1852. . ,
Fuller, Henry W. (1859), 1863 . .
Furber, Frederick (1831), 1853 . .

Gage, Nathaniel (1822), 1861 . . .
Gale, Frederick W. (1836), 1864 . .



PAGE.

269

38

54

472
229
329

18
431

57
503

28
497

178
308
465
465
153
506
406
17
456
466
1

439
255
271
436



366

418

213

51

13

15

17

79

421

285

29

341

67

145

304

39

434

17

475

328

462

112

80

20

271

321

4

479

48

274

16

512

20

361

68



INDEX OF ALUMNI.



531



Gannett, Caleb (1763), 1818 . .
Gannett, John M. (1802), 1855 .
Gardiner, John S. (1852), 1856 .
Gardner. Henry (1750), 1782 . .
Gardner, Henry (1797), 1^54 . .
Gardner, Henry (1798), 1858 . .
Gardner, John ( 1715), 1775 . .
Gassetf, Henry (1795), 1855 . .
Gate, Isaac (1802), 1852 . . .
Gholson, William Y. (1861), 1862
Gibbs, William P. (1832), 1852 .
Gilchrisr, John J. (1828), 1858 .
Giles, John (1831), 1838. . . .
Gill, Moses (1805), 1862 ....
Oilman, Nicholas (1854), 1854. .
Gilman, Samuel (1811), 1858 . .
Glover, Lewis J. (1832), 1856 . .
Goodrich, John F. (1848), 1863 .
Goodwin, Richard C. (1854), 1862
Gorham, Benjamin (1795), 1855 .
Gorhum, William C. (1831), 1843
Gould, Benjamin A. (1814), 1859
Gould, James F. (1812), 1854 . .
Gourgas, John M. (1824), 1862 .
Gragg, William (1820), 1852 . .
Gray, Francis C. (1809), 1856 . .
Greele, Samuel (1802), 1861 . .
Green, Aaron (1789), 1853 . . .
Greene, Benjamin D. (1812), 1862
Greene, Charles W. (1802), 1857 .
Greenleaf, Thomas (1784), 1854 .
Greenough, Horatio (1825), 1852 .
Greenough, John (1824), 1852. .
Groce, Nahum H. (1808), 1856 .
Guild, Benjamin (1769), 1792 . .
Guild, Benjamin (1804), 1858 . .
Guild, George D. (1845), 1862 . .
Guild, Samuel E. (1839), 1862 .

Habersham, Robert (1831), 1832 .
Hagar, Moses (1831), 1860 . . .
Hale, Charles G. C. (1831), 1832 .
Harrington, Joseph (1833), 1852 .
Harris, Thaddeus W. (1815), 1856
Harris, William C. (1807), 1853 .
Harris, William T. (1846), 1854 .
Hartshorn, Charles H. (1838), 1855
Hastings, George H. (1834). 1854.
Hastings, John A. (1846), 1851 .
Hatch, Daniel G. (1817), 1862. .
Haven, Joseph (1810), 1851 . .
Haven, Samuel F. (1852), 1862 .
Hay ward, Charles (1806), 1855 .
Hayward, Joshua H. (1818), 1856
Hayward, Lemuel (1768), 1821 .
Head, George K. (1812), 1861 . .
Heard, George W. (1812), 1863 .
Henshaw, Daniel (1806), 1863 . .
Hersey, Henry E. (1850), 1863 .
Heywood, Benjamin (1840), 1860
Hifdreth. Ezek iel (1814), 1856. .
Hill, Kbenezer(1786), 1854. . .
Hill, James S. (1852), 1857 . . .
Hinds, Ephrnim (1805), 1858 . .
Hinkley, Edward (1813), 1854. .
Hoar, Samuel (1802), 1856 . . .
Hobbs, Frederick (1817), 1854. .



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Hodges, George F. (1855), 1862 .
Holley, Orville L. (1813), 1861 .
Holliiigsworrh, George (157), 1859
Holman, Henrv W. (1848), 1853 .
Holyoke, Edward A. (1817), 1855
Hood, Julius S. (1860), 1861 . .
Hopkinson, Francis C. (1859), 1863
Hopkinson, Thomas (1830), 1856 .



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