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allop's Island, B. H. 64Seth M. Staplesunassignedrecruit18April 4, 1864; dis. Apr. 21, 1864, disa. Twentieth Regiment Infantry. (three Years.) Name.Co.Age.Term of service. 65John DelvinF42July 26, 1862, to October, 1864. 66Charles E. Humphrey, corp.K34Sept. 4, 1861; dis. May 6, 1863, disa. Twenty-Second Regiment Infantry. (three Years.) Name.Co.Age.Term of service. 67William S. PayneB46Sept. 6, 1861; dr. from rolls Oct. 8, 1861. 68Elisha SargentB28Sept. 5, 1861, to Oct. 17, 1864; abs. sick. 69Alfred Thorp Eugene H. Freeman, on the Potomac about June 1, 1864, saw among the soldiers, Thorpe, who used to work at the saw-factory. He had been in the navy, and his family lived in Philadelphia. He had enlisted again, and then belonged to the 187th Pennsylvania.—Letters from Two Brothers, p. 118.B28Sept. 17, 1861; dr. from rolls Oct. 8, 1861 70Alvah CottonF Edwin Clark, age 20, Co. F, 22d Reg. Inf., credited to Charlestown, died June 20, 1862, at West Cambridg