Patterson, Scammon, Phinney, Gerrish, and Prescott; the other, under the immediate command of General Putnam, comprehended the regiments of Colonels Glover, Frye, Bridge, Woodbridge, and Sargeant.
Frothingham's Siege of Boston, pp. 219, 220. According to a List of Colonels of the several Regiments raised by the Colony of Massacnt at North of Number Two.
Colonel Prescott's Regiment at Cambridge.
Colonel Glover's Regiment at Cambridge.
Colonel Frye's Regiment at Cambridge.
Colonel Bridge's Regiment at Cambridge.
Colonel Woodbridge's Regiment at West side of Prospect Hill on the road leading from Charlestown Road to Menotomy.
Colonel Sargumber served in the Revolutionary Army.
My list is doubtless imperfect; yet it contains more than four hundred and fifty names.
Among the officers were Colonels Ebenezer Bridge, Thomas Gardner, Samuel Thatcher; Captains, Benjamin Locke, John Walton; Lieutenants, Solomon Bowman, Samuel Butterfield, William Colson, Stephen Frost,