2; killed at Fredericksburg, Va., December 13, 1862.
Arthur Dehon was born January 24, 1841, the son of William and Caroline (Inches) Dehon of Boston.
He was prepared for college at Mr. Tower's school in Boston; at the boarding-school of Mr. T. P. Allen in Sterling, Mass. (afterwards removed to New Bedford); and finally at the Boston Latin School.
When he was sixteen years old he entered college as a Freshman in the Class of 1861, and he continued with it for nearly two years. He then wentd in the State, and made the business a very prosperous one.
The Robeson family is of Scotch origin, and a portion of it resided in Germantown, Pennsylvania, for many years.
When thirteen years old, Robeson was sent to the school of Mr. Thomas Prentiss Allen, at Sterling, in Worcester County, and remained under his instruction two years. Lieutenant Arthur Dehon was one of his classmates at Sterling.
His mother having removed to Brookline in 1854, he was next put under the instruction of Mr