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1858. Samuel Henry Eells. Hospital Steward 12th Michigan Vols. (Infantry), February 7, 1862; Assistant Surgeon February I, 1863; died at Detroit, Mich., January 31, 1864, of disease contracted in the service. Samuel Henry Eells was the
blic Latin School.
His family had taken up their residence in Cambridge before he entered college, which was in 1854.
In 1858 he was graduated, first scholar as his brother had been before him. His Class contained men of excellent abilities, with w tions.
College days being over, and his Commencement speech pronounced, Patten turned to the law. It was the summer of 1858.
A twelvemonth earlier, in vacation, he had written from Kingston to a friend:—
My brother, though not a lawyer exa traits soon made him a general favorite among his classmates.
He had many friends and no enemies in every circle, and in 1858 he graduated, bearing with him the hearty good — will of all.
The circumstances of his life did not drive him to labori