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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Harvard Memorial Biographies, 1864. (search)
tate on the 26th of November, 1862. Having taken part in the battle of Arkansas Post, and in one other engagement, he was obliged by severe illness to go home and recruit. After reaching Circleville, he seemed at first likely to regain his health, but soon suffered a relapse. He died in February, 1863. Samuel Storrow. Corporal 44th Mass. Vols. (Infantry), September 20, 1862-June 18, 1863; first Lieutenant 2d Mass. Vols. (Infantry), September 22, 1864; killed at Averysborough (Black Creek), N. C., March 16, 1865. Samuel Storrow was born in Boston, Massachusetts, July 24, 1843, the youngest son of Charles Storer and Lydia (Jackson) Storrow. From his earliest years he showed great quickness of apprehension and readiness to apply practically whatever he acquired. As he grew older he displayed much manliness of character and a perfect independence of judgment, the free expression of which savored perhaps of forwardness and over-confidence in a boy, but became more and mor
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Harvard Memorial Biographies, Appendix. (search)
talogue for 1866.] TotalDied in service Academical Department,—Graduates,47573 Non-graduates11422 —— Total,58995 Professional Schools,34922 —— Total,938117 Ii. Causes of death. Killed in action (or died of wounds received) at Gettysburg, Pa,10 Antietam, Md,7 Fredericksburg, Va,5 each Cedar Mountain, Va, Fort Wagner, S C,3 each Bull Run, Va, Chancellorsville, Va, The Wilderness, Va,2 each Port Hudson, La, Glendale, Va, Honey Hill, S C, Averysborough (Black Creek), N C,) Aldie, Bellfield, Carrsville, Cold Harbor, Cedar Creek, Deep Bottom, Drury's Bluff, Hatcher's Run, Petersburg, Rappahannock Station, Spottsylvania, Va.; Boykm's Mills, S. C.; Hartsville, Lookout Mountain, Pittsburg Landing, Tenn.; Whitestone Hill. Dakotah.1 each Total killed in action63 Killed by guerillas,4 Killed accidentally,2 Total died by violence,—69 Total died by disease,    26     — Total died in service,    95 Iii. Table of rank of