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service,— the selectmen and four others to act as a recruiting committee. The town's quota was thirty-three, and that number was furnished at a cost of $4,060.63. At this meeting, July 22, 1862, the town passed resolves, which were placed on the town records, tendering their kindest sympathy to Major Albert S. Ingalls, in hospital at Annapolis, Md., who had recently lost a limb on the field of battle before Richmond. Also, of greeting to Lieut. Francis Gould. Lieut. John Locke, Lieut. Charles H. Graves, and others, our friends and neighbors, now resting on their laurels near the field of battle before Richmond. At the same meeting, Thomas Braslin, a member of the West Cambridge company, having a furlough in consequence of a wound received at the battle of Fair Oaks, being present, was called upon to address the meeting, and responded in a speech full of patriotism. A collection was taken up for him, amounting to $44.27. Albert S. Ingalls, born in Rindge, N. H., Dec. 29, 1830,
862. 290John Locke, 2d lieut.F35June 27, 1861; 1st lieut. Sept. 25, 1861. 291Francis Gould, 1st sergt.H31C June 27, 1861; 2d lieut. Dec. 16, 1861; 1st lieut. March 20, 1862. 292Horace D. Durgin, sergt.H21June 27, 1861; 1st sergt. 293Charles H. Graves, sergt.H22June 27, 1861; 2d lieut., Dec. 16, 1861; 1st lieut., Aug. 28, 1862. 294Edwin E. Snow, sergt.H18June 27, 1861. 295Fred C. Floyd, corp.H24June 27, 1861; sergt. 296John B. Wiley, corp.H21June 27, 1861. 297Ammi C. Teel, corp.H20June 2 buried here. 343. George P. Cotting, age 20, Co. F, Twenty-Fifth Regiment Infantry (three years), Oct. 10, 1861, credited to Fitchburg; re-enlisted Dec. 18, 1863, credited to Boston. Died Dec. 29, 1864, at Annapolis, Md. note. Charles H. Graves, formerly 1st Lieut. in the Fortieth N. Y. Regiment, born Mass. and appointed from Mass., was commissioned Assistant AdjutantGen-eral of Volunteers, with the rank of Captain, Feb. 29, 1864; Assistant Adjutant-General of Volunteers with th
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