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State militia belonging to the 5th Regiment, Col. S. C. Lawrence (a Middlesex County regiment), but temporarilted in the manner usual for militia companies, Colonel Lawrence presiding at the election. James P. Richardso Schouler, I, 77. In addition, on April 19, Col. S. C. Lawrence of the 5th M. V. M. was ordered to report forompany of light artillery was also attached to Colonel Lawrence's command. The 3d Battalion of Rifles of Worcment included four companies from Lowell, two from Lawrence, one from Groton, one from Acton and one from Worc, all belonging to Co. D, and Sumner H. Needham of Lawrence (born in Bethel, Me.), a member of Co. C. It is ar and buried with municipal services in Lowell and Lawrence, that of Taylor was buried in an unknown grave in ng the 1st Infantry (Colonel Cowdin), the 5th (Colonel Lawrence) and the 11th (Col. George Clark, Jr.). It is , to whom it was intrusted. Capt. Eugene Kelty of Lawrence (30th Mass. Infantry) was killed in this engagemen