t were Abner B. Packard, of Quincy, colonel; Hawkes Fearing, Jr., of Hingham, lieutenant-colonel; Horace O. Whittemore, of Boston, major; Henry Walker, of Quincy, adjutant; William H. Carruth, of Boston, quartermaster; Henry M. Saville, of Quincy, surgeon; William L. Faxon, of Quincy, surgeon's mate; Alvin E. Hall, of Foxborough, sergeant-major; and George W. Barnes, of Plymouth, quartermaster-sergeant.
Company A, Union Light Guards, Canton. Officers: Ira Drake, of Stoughton, captain; Henry U. Morse and Walter Cameron, of Canton, lieutenants.
At this time, Lieutenant Cameron was in New Orleans; and John McKay, Jr., of Canton, was chosen to fill the vacancy.
Lieutenant Cameron, however, soon after returned home, and joined his company at Fortress Monroe.
Company B, Light Infantry, Easton. Officers: Milo M. Williams, captain; Linton Waldron and William E. Bump, Jr., lieutenants,—all of Easton.
Company C, Light Infantry, Braintree. Officers: Cephas C. Bumpus, captain; James T.