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A list of names of persons who volunteered into the service of the United States, since the outbreak of the present war, from the town of Charlotte:
Cassius F. Newell,* Job Potter, Joseph Gravel, John Coleman, Henry Wilder, Truman C. Naramore, Geo. W. Spear, John Quinlin, Michael Quinlin, James Davis, James H. Abel, Joseph Kehoe, Michael Kehoe, Archibald Pool, Daniel Scofield, Clark S. Parks. Abner Fonda, John Bissett, R. W. Barton, Mitchel Macy, John Daniels, Chas. Daniels, Frank Guyett, John Laflam, Geo. D. Sherman, John Franklin, Henry Kuff, Alford Burnham.
The above volunteers enlisted for three years, or during the war; the following for nine months:
Milo A. Williams, 2d Lieutenant; James Washburn, Heman Hyde, Alonzo E. Root, Gideon D. Prindle, Gilbert J. Barton, Wm. P. Barton, William N. Lincoln, Joseph Guillett, Joseph Bissett, Myron Williams, Henry Drum, Samuel S. Page, Horace Delomater, Geo. A. Clark, Benj. H. Taggart, Hiram Bishop, Frank R. Hill.
D. L. SPEAR, Selectman. Charlotte, Nov. 29, 1862.
First Régiment, 3 months men.
Co. H.† —James M. Read, Franklin Austin, H. F. Allen (also in 5th Regt.)
John Lanegan, Captain E. P. Whitcher, John Baraby (also in 6th Regt.), James Gafney (groom to Colonel).
Co. B.—Amos Hopkins.
Co. K.—William Bouker, George Killam, Geo. Rice, Joshua O. Service, Wolfred Tatro, Edward Laffean.
Adoniram N. Austin, Quartermaster.
Co. I.—Heman F Allen. H. W. Fuller, Joseph Fountain, Wallace W. Holmes, John Kelley, Charles Myers, Josephas H. Thatcher, Alexander Scott.
Co. K.—Porter Herring, Charles Urie.
Co. I.—John Baraby (also in 2d Regt.), Josiah Dupany, George E. Smith, James E. McEwen (also in 13th Regt.), Wyllys B. Jourdan, James Henry, George N. Monger.
Co. K.—Wlliam Church (died of his wounds), John Kelley.
Co. A.—John Kavino, George M. Henry, James Gafney (also in 2d Regt.)
Co. B.—Joseph Baraby (also in 13th Regt.)
Co. I.—Joseph Henry, —— McHenry.
Thirteenth Regiment, 9 months men.
Co. D.—John Bushman, A. J. Beeman, Willie Blakeley, Joseph Baraby (also in 8th Regt.), Jos. Croto, Wm. Crosby, Josiah Carey, W. T. Calvert, Julius Densmore, Geo. Fenwick, Wesley Forest, Edward Freeman, Udney Farnsworth, Seth Giffin, John A. Greenough, John Greenwood, Samuel Hand, Thomas Hodgkinson, Eben Johnson, John Johnson, John Kelley, Francis Laveler, Geo. W. Lee, John Lyon, James E. McEwen, William McIntyre, William Marsh, George Myers, William D. Munson, Captain; James Morrison, Joseph Minor, Henry M. Avoy, Robert Powers, Richard Powers, Joseph Rhone, John Rolfe, 2d Lieutenant; William Sheridan, M. P. Sculler, Royal Sheridan, George Stevens, Joseph Travasee, Erasmus Tyler, M. W. Thompson, Harry H. Talcott, W. A. Wheeler, George Wright, Milen Wilson.
First Battery of Artillery.
Morris M. Goodwin, Aiken Brooks, Joseph Brooks, Henry Duncan, Adolphus Green, Edwin Greenleaf, Andrew Shiott, Henry Their, Peter Villemaire, John Walsworth, Marcus Wright.
Seymour F. Norton, Edward Dupeau, Adrian G. Nay, Benj. Rowe.
L. B. Platt, Colonel; resigned.
Co. A.—F. A. Platt, Captain, resigned; Ellis B. Edwards, 1st Lieutenant;** Andrew Shiott, Samuel Allen, John Benjamin, Chas. Devino (died of sickness), Edwin Fisk, Lester Green, Argalus Harmon, Homer Hawley, James Kelley, Wyllys Lyman, Pliney Moffat, Ichabod Mattocks, John Upham, Christie Gordon, William Devano.
Co. L.—William A. Perry, Abraham Burlette, Eben. Lord, Albert Bliss, Robert Pollinger, Hosea B. Nash, Josiah A. Fobes, Arabant E. Fobes, Horace N. Irish, Charles F. Woodward, Lewis Strong, George L. McBride, George S. Brownell, Andrew A. Smith, Calvin A. Irish, Homer C. Irish, Rufus D. Thompson, Leonard E. Blatcherly, George H. Duncan, William S. Greenleaf, Joseph Burnor, Timothy Keefe, Michael Haley, James O'Daniel.
New York Co. of Zouaves.—John Ants.
Twelfth U. S. Infantry.—John Frazer.
* The companies and regiments not returned.
† Called the "Burlington Light Guard."
** E. B. Edwards is also returned from Richmond his native town; but when he enlisted be resided in Colchester.
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Fourteenth. U. S. Infantry.—Wm. Fitzpatrick.
Assistant Paymaster, U. S. Navy.—Luther L. Penniman.
102 Regiment, New York Infantry.—Adrian E. Nay.*
Co. A.—John Lavene, Henry Brush.
Co. E.—Hosea M. Gorton.
Co. G.—John Ryon, James Ryon, Frank Taylor, John H. Bell, Lafevor Perkins, Millford Taylor, George Arnold, Henry Nichols, Myron D. Isham, Stephen Cox, Orman P. Ray, Loyal Remington, Norman I. Nichols.
Co. K.—John McGuffin, James Foley, Timothy W. Downer.
Co. F.—Nathan Maxfield, Luther C. Norton.
Co. S.—Norman A. Baker, George Austin, Willard F. Blood, Henry T. Mosley, Lyman S. Williams, Wm. B. Dunlap, Lovell S. Bradley, Ruben Austin, Emerson E. Austin, Albert Austin, George H. Brown, Christopher C. Fisher, David Davidson, Buel B. Mellen, Oscar A. Scribner, Nelson Prior, William Prior, Leander Pocket, Thomas Casey, Alexander Renough, Wesley Haselton, Captain; James Burrett, Truman W. Blood, Alfred L. Case, Barna Mattimor, Daniel Raymond, Henry H. Cota, Lemuel B. Page, George W. Tubbs, Lorton L. Lathrop, Geo. W. Prior, Norman Woodworth, James Bagley, John Fleming, Richard Downs, David H. Castle,
Co. A.—John B. Page, George W. Page, Branscomb Perigo, Lewis Tatro, Magna Camel, Joseph Camel, George Scribner.
Co. E.—Myron Owen.
John Chase, Edward Salters.
Elias L. Brownell, Alfred F. Sawyer.
Co. F.—Leonard S. Witherby, Henry S. Bradley, Nathan A. Williams, Augustus King, Joseph Peppin.
Co. B—Alpha M. Austin, Francis Austin.
Co. C.—Henry F. Griffin.
Emmett Guards.—David T. Hard.
Co. D.—Mark Day, Charles W. Atherton, Thomas Calvert.
Co. F.—George Bliss, Harmon H. Ballon, Cassius M. Booth, Hall Woodworth, Lucius M. Booth, James N. Gates, Alfred Olmsted, Frederick Slater.
Co. A.—Malcomb F. Frost,
Co. L.—Albert F. Sawyer.
Co. H.—George Chase, Edgar H. Beach, Hannibal Titchout, Amos Greely, Heman Austin, Joel Ellis.
[From Wm. B. Weston.]
First three months' Regiment.
Edward Knox, Charles Marshall, Rufus Place, Wm. A. Martin, Chester Carpenter, Tuffil Bissonett, John Bostwick.
The above were in the "Burlington Light Guards."
Co. C.—Antonie Ash, Hiram Bassett, Thomas Goodrich, Amos Hall, Sumner Place.
Co. G.—Frank Colt, Alexander Bennett, Oscar Palmer, Henry Wilcox, Anson H. Weed (1st Lieut.); Joseph Larose, Ambrose Bissonett, James Condon, Benjamin Gerough, Rufus Irish, Miron C. Palmer, Orin Powell.
Co. K.—Henry Lyman.
Co. F.—Alfred Bonner, William Buckley, Eleazer Renslow.
Co. K. —Balona Bennett.
Co. F.—Joseph Lapier.
Co. K.—Henry Durand.
Co. A.—Tobey Burke, Willard Ray, Charles Proctor, Horace Perry, Edward Knox, Chester Carpenter (2d Lieut).
Co. F.—Eugene Viele (lst Lieut); Lewis Wilcox, Loren S. Walker, Antonie Currivoo, James M. Carpenter, John Bosier, Antonia Bosier, Samuel B. Ash, Silas Nichols, Jared Barker, Charles Bennett, Stephen Parker, James Cullighan, Daniel A. Foss, James P. Robbins, Doctor S. Place, Timothy Steady, 2d, John Austin, David C. Phillips, Geo. Patrick, Jed. Cummings.
John Wells, Henry Larose, Enos Douglass.
Co. A.—Albert Tyler, Guy Irish, Asa Elliot.
Co. B.—Frank I. Tyler.
Co. G.—John H. Allen (1st Lieut.); Sherman Baldwin, Edmund W. Baldwin, Tuffil
* Others enlisted later in the war.
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Bissonett, Marble Bissonett; Louis Bissonett, Napoleon Bissonett, Guy Burritt, Guy Boynton, Henry Fraser, Patrick Furlong, John Houghtelin, Peter Lavigne; Joseph Lavigne, Peter Lavally, Henry Lamos, John Leonard, William A. Martin, Leonard Meech, Charles E. Mead, James Palmer, Herman A. Post, Emerson Place, Henry Pease, Henry Ray, Henry Steady, John Sadlier, Ralph E. Weller.
George Nimblet, Mitchell Finney, Orange Baldwin, James A Davis.
Second Company Sharpshooters.
Enlisted into the Regulars.
John Condon, Edward Bro, Allen Blackman, Otis Cole, William Keese.
List of men furnished for the war from Huntington, under the different calls made by Government.
VOLUNTEER THREE YEARS MEN.
Volunteers for three years, credited previous to call for 300,000 men, 1863:
Co. D.—Quincy F. Thurston.
Co. G.—Roderick White.
Co. F.—Hiram Shambeau.
Co. K.—Wm. H. Emmons.
Co. B.—James K. Cutting.
Co. K.—Edward H. James, Geo. P. Morris, George Sprague.
Co. G.—Harry H. Wright.
Co. E.—John W. Emmons, George Ring, Lucius Streeter, Alfred Swinger.
Co. C.—Cornelius Putnam, Lawrence Swinger.
Co. F.—Edson R. Cobb, George W. Cobb, John Clark, Amos O. Gorton, William W. Kimball, Wallace White.
Co. D.—Joe. J. Lyons, Colburn E. Wells, Martin V. B. Alger.
Co. A.—Ezra S. Doty, Jeremiah Haskins, Rufus Haskins, Abner J. Loveland, Silas Moses, Orville Rounds, Sylvester Sprague, Henry E. Sweet, Levi A. Taft, Milo S. Taft, Charles M. Wait, Ephraim. W. Wheeler, George H. Wheeler.
Co. L.—Loren Browe.
Credit under call of Oct 17, 1863, for 300,000 volunteers, and subsequent calls:
Co. A.—George O. Chamberlin, Alpheus Swinger.
Co. B.—Alvah O. Ring.
Co. F.—Andrew J. Collins.
Co. K.—Benjamin Austin, Ira S. Bunker, Truman Swinger.
Co. G.—Hiland D. Hill.
Co. H.—John Corey.
Co. D.—Randall W. Wells.
Quartermaster, Buel J. Derby.
Co. D.—Thomas Clary, William W. Kimball, Oliver J. Spooner.
Co. K.—Charles Drinkwater.
Co. B.—George H. Ring, Milo W. Smith, Wesley B. Smith, Seymour F. Wells.
Co. G.—George B. Wilson.
Co. H.—Patrick Daly.
Co. I.—Amos O. Gorton.
Co. K.—Jesse P. Chipman. John L. Harriman,
Co. H.—Henry Sprague.
VOLUNTEER ONE YEAR MEN.
Co. K.—Miron D. Cutting, Harry M. Small, Safford F. Small.
Co. B.—Alphonso E. White.
Co. H.—Alpheus Wells.
Co. E.—George G, Gill.
Co. B.—Hiram Cook
Co. C.—Cornelius Putnam.
Eugene McGrath, George H. Scribner.
Volunteers enlisted not credited by name, five men.
VOLUNTEER NINE MONTHS MEN.
Co. C.—Randall W. Wells.
Co. F.—Jas. J. Ambler, George P. Burnham, Jesse P. Chipman, Myron D. Cutting, Timothy Drinkwater, John B. Ellis, Daniel Gorton, George W. Jones, Andrew C. Kenyon, Byron C. Rounds, Hiram Shattuck, Charles Sister, Alvin D. White.
Co. S.—Buel J. Derby.
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George W. Butts, Horace Cutler, George Eddy, 2d, Oscar Sherman.
[Copied from Adjutant General's Report.]
Co. E.—Barton Richardson, John H. Johnson, Samuel B. Locklin, Edward C. Whitney.
Co. F.— Artemas Bemis, Barney Leddy.
Co. A.—Blinn Atchinson, William J. Flowers, Wyrum M. Pierce, Riel J. Thomson, Edgar E. Wright, Daniel Dixon.
Co. E.—Edson C. Hilton, Marcus Hoskins,
Co. L.—Michael Phillips.
Co. E.—Nelson Fassett, Edwin H. Fassett, C. C. Richardson, Elias Burns, Oliver Lucia, Victor Lavalle, Julius Miller, J. S. Herson, Joseph Russin, Albert G. Bradley, Lewis Tatro.
Co. G.—Horace C. Nash, Chauncy L. Church.
Co. I.—Robert White, Parker Bixby, Austin Bixby.
Co. K.—Patrick Lavalle, John McGovern, Joseph W. Ellis, Charles Lucia, Napoleon Bissonette, Simeon C. Edwards, Daniel Smith, Patrick Downs, Elam A. Clark, Jason Ware, John W. Wade, Wm. Tobin, Truman C. Hatch, Edgar Chamberlain, Timothy Kennedy, Allen Kimpton, Samuel Bentley, Zanthy Parker, Hubbell Smith.
Co. I.—Henry J. Fisher.
Co. K.—Judah T. Ainsworth.
Co. A.—William Johnson, James White, Daniel C. Burns, Hiram B. Fish (commissioned 2d Lieut.), Michael Martin, Abner Richardson, Loren Richardson, Wm. Brown, Franklin J. Brown, Norman A. Blood.
Co. E.—Alanson Fuller, Frederick Fuller.
Thirteenth Regiment, nine months men.
Co. F.—Henry W. York, Caleb Nash, Bliss, J. F. Drew (entered Co. at Colchester Falls), Erastus Powell, Morris H. Griffin, Samuel York, Willis Wells, Patrick McGovern, Wilson Bentley, Eli N. Peck, Lucius H. Bostwick (commissioned 2d Lieutenant), Benj. F. Robinson, Reuben M. Babcock, Loren P. Bentley, Denial McGee, Norman I. Royce, Wilkins Rockwood, Byron D. Matthews, Charles McCarty, Isaac N. Brooks.
L .A. BISHOP,
L. L. LANE,
Jericho, Dec. 15, 1862.
A list of those who have served in the army of the United States, and are now in the service, exclusive of the last call of nine months men.
O. F. Bellows, fifer; Wm. L. Blake.
Co. G.—Oliver Garo, John T. Bascom, Edward E. Snow.
Co. H.—William E. Snow, Thomas Kennedy, 2d.
Gilbert Berkmer, musician.
Co. A.—James C. Squires, musician; Julius Bushway, John Cummings, Rimmond Maxfield, Samuel G. Manly, Elisha Manly, Daniel W. Morehouse, Lucius L. Shonion, Van Buren Warner.
Co. B.—Loren A. Butler, Myron J. Pattee, Chester C. Reynolds, Francis B. Kinney, Peter King, Joseph M, Green, Thomas Plunkett, Homer E. Bliss.
Co. A.—Judd H. Fairchild, Amasa Kinney, George Segel, Daniel Coon, Clark G. Reynolds, John O. Daniels, 2d, Henry A. Smith, Albert S. Thompson, Daniel Ladue, Henry O. Bailey, Chester Laughlin, Edward Lamarsh, Edward Warner, Marcus Warner, Lewis O. Beeman.
Co. I.—Midor Scarbo, Edgar E. Herrick, William B. Reynolds. Alexander St. George, George Monger, Michael Gardner, George Martin.
James White, Eugene Bacon.
Solomon Pippin, Jesse St. Lewis, Louie Garo, Amos Mosher, Louis Mosher, William H. Berkley, Gaspard Duponthe, William J. Symns.
Henry O. Sawyer, Alson H. Blake.
Co. D.—Lyman Bullock, Lyman Bullock, 2d, Charles Sawyer, Richard Watson, Peter Mayville, Cleophas Clapper, Joseph Gaslin, Nathan Marcelle, Gregoire Patneaud, Herbert G. Reynolds, Albert Washburn, Milton Washburn, Joseph Reddick, Joseph Garaw, Andrew Dougherty, Charles Dougherty, John Ladieu, Francis Laporte, James Plunkett, John King, Joseph Henry.
In Regular Army of the U. S.
George Lester, Joseph Miner, Thomas J. Riley, Patrick O'Neil, William W. Fletcher, Louis Odam, Ozro Caswell, Charles Lutia,
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James House, Stephen Cooper, George Mitchell, George Hunting, Henry W. Crown, James Caswell, Edward A. St. Lewis, Frank Whipple, Marvin Bullard, Lucius Dixon.
NINE MONTHS MEN.
Co. D.—Henry O. Clark, Moses E Wheelock, George Bascom (1st Lieut.); Guy W. Latham, James C. Harmon, Wm. L. Blake, Joseph Douglass, Royal S. Childs, Leon H. Drake, Arnold Murton, Andrew Lucia, John Harmon, Loomis Bentley, Rodney Berkley, Joseph C. Snow, James D. German, James Lague, Joseph Sanders, James Shehan, Charles Ladue, Octavus Morrell, Antony Gareau, Lyman D. Parker, Morton H. Sanderson, John Andruss, Charles Stannard, Benjamin Huntley, Almonger B. Butler, Leo Muzzey, James Marcell, Horace S. Roscoe, Mitchell Lucin.
[From one of the selectmen, Jan. lst, 1862.]
[The quota of nine months men were also fully made out, we are informed, by volunteers, amounting to 37. The town sent over 20 in the 10th regiment, and four or five in the 9th regiment.]
Co. H.—John Boetwick, Charles W. Carpenter, Charles H. Mitchell.
Co. G.—Edgar Barber, John C. Green, John Radmond, Henry Wiicox.
George E. Bryant, Jas. D. Miller, Cyrus Bryant.
Co. G.—Oral Dudley.
Co. I.—Everett D. Green.
Co. K.—Capt. Fred, F. Gleason, Lieut. B. N. Barber,† John D. Cargill, Oliver D. Beemis, Joseph Lyons, Sullivan Sager,* Henry Durand, Sidney Barber, Henry Call, Wm. Taft, Thomas Henly, R. B. Robinson, Geo. E. Allen, Dan. M. Bryant, Leonard J. Brownson, J. M. Brownson, Hannon B. Rockwood, Gershom Manning, Geo. W. Bryant, Jason D. Ware,* John Lessor, Lewis Lessor, Royal L. Coburn, Wm. Tobin, John Labouta, Marcellus Darling, John Casey, Romeo Ward, Francis Guyette, Elon Clark.
Co. H.—John H. Putnam, Hiram Shambo.
Co. I.—Reuben Coughlin.
E.—Alanson Fuller, Pearly Smith.
G. H. Flagg, Drum-major.
Co. C.—Chas. Eaton, Leonard Haskins, Denslow Barber, Jr., Charles D. Bowdey, Edward Bodry, Moses Greenough, Adolph Montret, Robert Coughlin.
Co. I.—Charles Reed, J. H. Byrnes.
Co. F.—Benoni Taft, Almon Atkins, Lorenzo W. Shedd.
Co. D—Geo. Brunelle, Geo. R. Shedd, Oscar Brown, Royal Sherman, John Ladoo, Francis Ladoo.
Co. B.—Edward Taylor.
Co. F.—Marshall Ladoo.
E. F. O'Brien.
John Bushy, Levi Bushy, Peter Revoir, Gilbert Pasody, Gilbert Brinell, Solomon Taft, Allen Blackmer.
Lieutenant Ellis B. Edwards,**
Co. A.—Albert Edwards, Irvin I. Fay, Lewis Green, Jarius Alger, Andrew Healy, Horace Bradley.
NINE MONTHS MEN.
Co. D.—Hosea Humphrey, Harry Tomlinson, Lewis Barto, Franklin Warren, — Tomlinson.
Co. F.—Arnold C. Fay, Alonzo T. Douglass, Carlos C. Douglass, Chas. Lavanway, Silas Rowell, Henry C. Russell, Amos Brown.
Henry L. Locke.
Dr. G. P. Conn.
NATHAN FAY, Selectmen
OLIVER CUTLER, of
C. P. RHOADS, Richmond.
Thomas Hall. Alexander Hall, Charles Adams, Thomas Ralph, John Greene, Michael Quinlan, Argalus Harmon, Mitchel Macha, Rufus Barber.
Lorenzo J. Marks, Sidney Tilley, James Farrell, John Farrell, Frederick Basford, drummer; Oliver M. Holabird, William Taylor, Oliver Allen, J. L. Barstow, Lewis Ward, George Taylor, Charles Bragg, Edward McGrath, Charles Andrus, James Stone, Barney D. Basford, Michael McKenzie, Joseph Riley, Timothy Pippin, Frank Douglass, Paul Snay, Wm. Edwards, Wm. Dimmick, Joseph Tatro, Andrew Sears, Frank Mc‑
* Also returned from Colchester.
† Wounded at Savage Station and since died.
** Also returned from Colchester.
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Comber, Uzal Bacon, Thomas Moore, Wm. Parrida, Thomas Wilson, John Pierce, Gilbert D. Isham, James McGuire, Phillip P. Hennesa, John Farrell, Lewis Lapage, Patrick McGuire, Ransom Fargo.
The above are all 3 years men.
NINE MONTHS MEN.
Edgar Nash, Robert W. Rogers, William Tracy, William Hollabird, Vernon A. Tyler, George H. Collamer (died of sickness and much lamented), Abram B. Curtis, George E. Averill, Henry H. Blin, Edwin R. Hall, Guy F. Nash, Thomas Cooney, James Babcock, Isaac Lyman, James Mellon, Patrick Lavelle, John M. Sutton, Geo. C. Morehouse, John Dimmick, Wm. Derby, Edward Paronto.
Co. G.—Silas H. Tilley, Sidney N. Tilley, Hiram H. Tilley, H. B. Loggins, Miron D. Isham.
Co. I.—J. G. Loggins.
Co. A.—Toby Burk.
Buel Burt, Linus Burt.
Co. H.—James W. Russell, Anson Bixly, Lewis P. Carr, Daniel Wells, David Story, 3d, George C. Lewis, Cornelius Abbott, John Lesson, Lewey Lesson, Antrim Lesson, Wilson W. Woodworth.
Co. A.—Ezra L. Mead, Darwin Mead.
Co. G.—Rollin C. Naramore.
Co. H.—James Austin, Lymam H. Larabee.
Co. E.—Ira Carr, Delevan Terrill, Wm. Humphrey, Adison Benedict.
Co. I.—Francis Story, Isaac S. Story, Jefferson H. Fletcher,
Co. A.—Bostwick L. Green, Alexander C. Ross.
Amos C. Humphrey, George Brockam, Reuben Ward, William Hicks, Luman Bixby, Henry Bixby, James Bixby. Willebie Burdick, Andrew Tatro, Jeru Masse, Elhanan W. Prior, J. Eldridge Tupper, Everett E. Tupper, Joel P. Woodworth, George H. Wilder. Philander Tillison, Almon Bixby, Byron C. Ward, Patrick Fitzgerold, Converse Day, Edwin R. Ward, A. N. Clark, Eli C. Ross, Daniel Ross, George H. Hodgman, Elihu Brewster, William Larabee, John McCary, J. B. McDaniels, Henry H. Terrill, Charles Tillison, jr., Wm. W. Hill, Leander Tillison, Warner Tillison, Duff Russin, Samuel A. Hale, Hezekiah Carr, Aaron Ford, Thomas Preston, B. D. Humphrey, W. H. G. Atkins, Albert Lance, James Bruce, John D. Button, William C. Jackson, Henry J. Bass, A. W. Terrill, Barney McHenry, Franklin J. Brown, Julius G. Morse, C. C. Tillison, Horace S. Sheldon, Justin Naramore, Alondus F. Terrill, Ziba Pixley, Franklin Martin, Alonzo H. Sherman, Simeon M. Palmer, John W. Jackson, Josephus Ellsworth, Horace L. Ellsworth, Albert B. Atkinson, Hiram Martin, John C. White, Charles Dunton, Stephen W. Tillison, Ward G. Piper, Morris D. Mead, Willis E. Naramore, Linus M. Caldwell, Francis Flinn, William Bruce, George Dunton, George Sweney, Henry J. Nichols.
[From Martin Wires.]
Rev. John H. Woodward,* Geo. W. Woodward, Henry Beach, Torrence Bates, Warren Gibbs, Payson E. Gibbs, Ebenezer K. Sibley, Martin Bates, Roswell Wait, Josiah E. Henry, Eugene C. Bellows, Wilber Grow, Francis McComber Osgood M. Whipple, Edward J. Whipple, Alvin H. Henry, Haskel A. Henry, Lynas A. Dyke, Peter Carrol, Dudley C. Merriam, David Haselton, Nathan C. Dimick, Edwin Merriam, Henry M. Rogers, George W. Rogers, Thomas N. Rogers, Samuel Mandey, Elisha Mandey, Cyrus Chates, Simeon Stone, James Stone, John H. Frisbie, Wm. Hicks, Harmon B. Rockwood, John C. Swan, Riley Swan, Jerome H. Grow, John G. McComber, Francis Phillips, George H. St. Lewis, Cornelius W. St. Lewis, Alfred N. Lewis, James C. Moore, George Howard, Robert B. Blood, John H. McEvoy, Ruben Ward, Aaron P. Burdick, Daniel W. Morehouse, Thomas King, Royal McClallen, Byron McClallen, Harvey Irish, Relief L. Bellows, Helenus W. Hickok, Homer E. Stanley, George W. Walsworth, Rumund Maxfield, John Odell, Michel O'Niel, John Cummings, Nelson Sibley, Mitchell King, Pearl Robinson, William A. Burtch, Capt. John W. Woodward, E. K. Sibley, Azro F. Hackett, Frank Hackett, Julius F. Goodrich, Fayette W. Burtch, Heman W. Allen, William Woodruff, Albert Tisdell, Charles Daniels, Lucius Martin, John Ashey, Alden Richardson, Edgar Woodruff, Torrey Sibley, Allen Frisbie, Stephen Crawford, A. H. Henry, Albert Swan.
Co. A.—Ichabod Mattocks, Alonzo D. Marshall, Luther H. Davis.
Co. B.—John Bliss, George Miller, Charles
* Chaplain of lst Vermont Cavalry.
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B. Chapin, Sanford Marshall, 1st Lieutenant, Hiram H. Hall.
Henry C. Downer, Thomas Shein.
Co. G.—Leroy B. Nichols.
Musician, Adams' Band.—Dor A. Rouleau.
Co. K.—Charles Gill, Hiram Shambeau, Adam Smith.
Co. H.—Philip Ward, Frank Ward.
Co. I.—George Loggins, William Austin, Hiram J. Isham.
Co. G.—William R. Chapman.
Co. I.—John Boyle, George J. Bliss, Eli Osborn, Edward A. Holton (Orderly Sergeant) David M. Holton, David Smith McHerd, Jackson Isham, John Rowland, Wm. Beach, Waller Osborn, Richard Irish, Samuel C. Alexander, William Shepard, George A. Allen.
Co. K.—Eber Fizander.
Co. A—Peter D. Lander, Lewis Lander, Orville E. Allen, William Green, Frederick Doyne, Homer Prior.
Co. I.—Martin M. Brownell, Horace W. Brownell.
Co. D.—Haschal M. Phelps.
VOLUNTEERS FOR NINE MONTHS.
Co. F.—Captain John L. Yale, George L. Baldwin, Milton E. Isham, Charles A. Harper, Alonzo N. Lee, George A. Pine, Alfred W. Isham, Thomas J. Lee, John F. Harper, Burtram F. Brown, James Patten, Geordon Reynolds, Nathan Johnson, Albert Walston, Peter Derby, Nelson Harper, Lawrence Kelly, Frank J. C. Tyler, Wm. F. Whitney, Joseph Sargent, Thomas Kelley, Melancthon S. Lee, Oscar F. Phelps, Harmon E. Lee, Thomas Culligan, Thomas Johnson.
On the 5th of May, 1864, died at the residence of his son, J. R. Jewell, in Petaluma, California, Jesse Jewell, aged 84 years and 4 months. Mr. Jewell was from Bolton, Chittenden Co. Vermont, where he lived with his wife for 60 years. He was one of the soldiers of 1812, being an officer in the Vermont Volunteers, and participated in the battle of Plattsburgh, N. Y. In 1859 he emigrated to California with his wife, to visit and live with his children, of whom he had in Sonoma Co., three sons and two daughters.
Also at his residence in Petaluma, California, Geo. C. Jewell, aged 40 years. Mr. Jewell was from Bolton, Chittenden Co., Vermont, and youngest son of Jesse Jewell. He emigrated to California in 1852, was one of the first settlers of Petaluma, and has left a large circle of friends to mourn his loss.
Burlington, when we commenced this volume, was town and village,—now it is town and city. Burlington City was chartered by act of the Legislature, Nov. 22, 1864, subject to the adoption of the freemen of the city, and was accepted Jan. 18, 1865. Mayor, Albert L. Catlin; Recorder, E. R. Hurd; Aldermen, Lawrence Barnes, Levi Underwood, Calvin Blodgett, Omri A. Dodge, Giles S. Appleton and Russell S. Taft.
[But we propose to save for an Appendix, or Supplementary Number, further account of the queen-town of Vermont, as also of the county in general, save the few following items of obituary and tributary notices:]
REV. MOSES ROBINSON.
BY REV. P. H. WHITE, OF COVENTRY.
Rev Moses Robinson died at Steamboat Rock, Iowa, September 2d, 1865; aged 50 years, 4 months and 6 days.
He was a son of Cephas and Matilda Robinson, and was born in Burlington, Vt., 26th April, 1815. He was graduated at Middlebury in 1839, and at Union Theological Seminary in 1842, and received license from the Presbytery of New York in the spring of 1842. Returning to Vermont, he married, July 20,1842, Elizabeth M. Smith of Monkton, and immediately went West to engage in the home missionary work. He preached in Livonia, Ia., 1843-44, and was there ordained as an evangelist in the spring of 1843; in Brownston, La., 1844-45; in Wadsworth, Ohio, 1845-46. Finding that his health required a change of climate, he returned to Vermont in 1846, and was acting pastor at Danville four months, and at Enosburgh three months. At Enosburgh he received a call to the pastorate, which he declined, but by mutual agreement he was constituted pastor by vote of the church, with the privilege on either side of dissolving the relation upon three months' notice.
He preached at Enosburgh, from March 1st, 1847 to June 1, 1851, and then became acting pastor at Newport, where he remained four years, during the last three of which he preached on alternate Sabbaths in Newport