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862. 280Thomas Stephens, act. mast.mateNov. 4, 1861. 281Charles A. Stewart, acting master'smateJan., 1862 282E. W. B. Stewart, acting master'smateApril 4 1862 283John Sullivan, boy14March 12, 1864.Receiv. Ship Ohio. 284John D. Sullivan27Oct. 29, 1863.Receiv. Ship Ohio. 285John S. Sullivan17Nov. 28, 1863.Receiv. Ship Ohio. 286John Sutton, 1st class boy18Dec. 22, 1863. Receiv. Ship Ohio. 287Samuel G. Swain, act. mast.mateNov. 3, 1862. 288William Westcott Substitute.23Jan. 29, 1864r Smith, 23; George Thompson, 22. Miscellaneous. Residents or the town and Credit to other places. 321. Joseph P. Burrage, 2d Lieut., age 22, Thirty-Third Regiment Infantry (three years), May, 18, 1863, credited to Cambridge. Killed Oct. 29, 1863, Lookout Mountain, Tenn. A graduate of Harvard University in 1862. His remains were brought home in December, 1863, and funeral services were held in the Orthodox Church, before the town authorities, and many relatives and friends. Rev. Mr