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ugh 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 Masons, organized 1797. The Odd Fellows re-instituted a lodge here i
rs), Sept. 11, 1861, to Sept. 1, 1862. Credited to Worcester. 338. Henry S. Pollard, enlisted from N. Y. in New York State Volunteers. 339. Samuel G. Rawson, age 19, Co. E, Forty-Fourth Regiment Infantry (nine months), Sept. 12, 1862, to June 18, 1863. Credited to Boston. 340. Minot Robbins, Seventh N. Y. Regiment. 341. William W. Snelling, age 33, Ninth Battery Light Artillery (three years), Aug. 10, 1862, credited to Boston. Discharged March 14, 1863, disability. 342. William Stacy, Co. K, 99th New York Vols. (three years); Jan. 13, 1862, Not 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 C
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