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idge (in the Quebec Detachment); Peter Stearns, Cambridge; John Fowle, ditto; John Locke, do.; Israel Blackington, do.; Andrew Cutter, do.; Elisha Hastings, do.; Jose June 21, 1775, the Committee of Safety recommended Stephen Frost, ensign in Capt. Locke's Company of Col. Gardner's Regiment, to the Honorable Congress for a commisas ordered that an ensign's commission be delivered to Mr. Stephen Frost, of Capt. Locke's Company in Col. Gardner's Regiment.—Journals of each Provincial Congress oSergt.; Jonathan Davis, ditto; Thomas Cutter, ditto; Abraham Locke, Corporal; John Locke, ditto; Jonathan Perry, ditto; Thomas Cutter, Private, John Winship, Edward W, Aaron Cooke, William Butterfield, Samuel Hill, Joseph Locke, Francis Locke, John Locke, Ephraim Cooke, William Cutter, Jr., Robert Mullit, John Symmes, Jr., John Di168111021561111 Francis Locke17168111021561111 Wd. Ruth Locke521945115146 John Locke1711342041010 David Lampson1717036 Isaac Munroe3410531276911 Ebenezer Prent
ch 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 consthey were received by the town authorities and citizens with every demonstration of respect, and then conveyed to Fitchburg, and thence to Rindge, N. H. . where his funeral took place—See History of Rindge, N. H., for an extended sketch. Lieut. John Locke, of the 40th New York Regt died Sept. 22, 1862, aged 39, —gravestone in Arlington. The Ladies' Soldiers' Aid Society and the Drill Club were allowed the use of the Town Hall during 1862. The selectmen were authorized, Aug. 25, 1862,
Parrot. After the exercises in the Town Hall, the procession passed through several of the principal streets, and thence to the cemeteries, where each grave of a soldier of the war was generously decorated with flowers, in accordance with the custom throughout the country. The names of those whose graves were decorated were as follows: Mt. Pleasant Cemetery.—Edward Clark, James Ferguson, Franklin Ford, Samuel Gates, James Gibson, John Grant, Charles G. Haskell, Charles C. Henry, John Locke, Thomas Martin, Charles J. Moore, Henry S. Pollard, S. G. Rawson, Minot Robbins, William W. Snelling, George H. Sprague, William Stacy, George Trask, Nathaniel White, Henry W. Whittemore. 20. Old Burying Ground.—George P. Cotting, William Cotting Tomb; Augustus O. W. Cutter, Nehemiah Cutter Tomb; Albert Frost, Ephraim Frost Tomb: Rev. Samuel A. Smith. 4.—Arlington Advocate. Hiram Lodge.—Of fraternal societies in the town, the most ancient is the Hiram Lodge of Free and Accepted Mas
n Symmes, Jr., 1860-67. George A. Locke, 1853. George C. Russell, 1856, 1864, 1865. Samuel S. Davis, 1860-63. David Crosby, 1864. George Y. Wellington, 1865, 1866. Abel R. Proctor, 1867. Town Clerks. Thomas Russell, Jr., 1807-25 (1826—excused). Timothy Wellington, 1826-34. Henry Whittemore, 1835 (excused). Isaac Shattuck, Jr., 1835-38. Benjamin Poland, 1839-42. William Whittemore, Jr. . 1843-45 (resigned). William M. Chase, 1845. Moses Proctor, 1846-52. John Locke, 1853-55. Abel R. Proctor, 1856-67. Town Treasurers. John Adams, 1807-18. Walter Russell, 1819-26, 1831 (resigned). Gershom Whittemore, 1827, 1828. Isaac Hill, 1829 (resigned). Col. Thomas Russell, 1830. Benjamin Hill, 1830-38. Abbot Allen, 1839-46. Thomas J. Russell, 1847. Josiah H. Russell, 1848-59. Abel R. Proctor, 1860-67. General School Committee-men, since 1827. See History of town for that year. Timothy Wellington, 1827, 1831, 1834, 1835. Mile
uth, was adm. Pct. ch. 27 Dec. 1741; Phebe. m. Nathaniel Francis, Jr., 11 Apr. 1751; Mary, m. John Locke, 2 Jan. 1752; Jonathan, d. 6 June, 1736, a. 3 yrs. 3 mos. (g. s.); Sarah, d. unm. 17 May, 182tcher's Regt., 1776. He was also a member of Capt. B. Locke's company of minute-men, 1775. John Locke, of Cambridge, enlisted for 9 mos. prior to 15 Aug. 1779—aged 24-5 ft. 7 in.—light. John LockJohn Locke, of Camb., a 6 mos. man, Capt. Fox's Co., marched from Springfield, 26 July, 1780, aged 27-5 ft. 5 in., ruddy complexion. John of Camb. served in Hosmer's Co., 1780 or ‘81. 10. William, s. of 1 Aug. 1808. Sawyer,———, d. of dysentery, 24 Sept. 1778, a. 64. Sukey, late of Boston, m. John Locke, 6 Feb. 1777. See Locke (par. 9). Schouler, John, had James, d. 9 Sept. 1837, a. 2 yrs. WilLocke (par. 9). Schouler, John, had James, d. 9 Sept. 1837, a. 2 yrs. Wil-Liam, m. Frances Eliza Warren, 6 Oct. 1835. William Schouler, Adjutant General of Massachusetts during the War of the Rebellion, came from Scotland with his father. Followed his father's tr
New York State Volunteers. Mozart Regiment, organized June 14, 1861; left the State, July 4, 1861. (three Years.) Name.Co.Age.Enrolled. 289Albert 8. Ingalls, capt.H30June 27, 1861, at Yonkers, N. Y.; major, June 20, 1862. 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.H22JuneinnH22June 27, 1861. 317Alvin BobbinsH24June 27, 1861. 318Ezra W. ThompsonH20June 27, 1861. 319George S. WilsonH29June 27, 1861. 320William S. WoodsH20June 27, 1861. Albert S. Ingalls died of a wound Aug. 11, 1862 (see p. 157 previous). John Locke died in the service Sept. 22, 1862 (see p. 168 previous). Francis Gould received a ball in his knee Sept. 1, 1862, and died from its supposed effects Sept. 7, 1874 (see p. 263 previous). John B. Wiley was killed in battle. Gammon died of disea