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1856. Charles Brooks Brown. Private 3d Mass. Vols. (Infantry), April 17–July 22, 186; private 19th Mass. Vols. (Infantry), August 23, 1861; Sergeant; re-enlisted December 20, 1863; died at
; his part at the May Exhibition of 1855 being in a Greek Dialogue.
He graduated in the Class of 1856, with the rank of twentieth in a class of ninety-two members.
His Commencement part was a Disqui vice; and if ever C. B. gets into a battle, rest assured that he will never disgrace the Class of 1856 or the old Cambridge High School.
After the battle of Ball's Bluff, October 21, 1861, his com ng up so many studies, were fatal to his hope of class distinction, and his rank at graduation in 1856 was not so high as had been predicted by those who knew his ambition and ability.
His college co f 1855, but was compelled to leave it by weakness of the eyes, and afterwards joined the Class of 1856.
During most of his college career he was obliged by the same infirmity to study with the aid of