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f 1812 occasioned greater mortification to Americans, or more exultation in England. Capt. Broke was welcomed home with great distinction, and knighted. (He died in 1840.) The Chesapeake was a clumsy, unlucky old frigate, built at Baltimore or Norfolk in 1798, and had always been a source of trouble and expense to this country. From Halifax she was taken to England, broken up, and some of her timbers used in the construction of a grist-mill on a small stream that runs into the river Medway, as born April 18, 1829, grad. H. U. 1849, prepared for the ministry at Cambridge Divinity School, and settled over the Unitarian Society in Arlington June 27, 1864, where he remained till his death. He died of a malarious fever contracted at Norfolk, Va., where he had gone on missionary service to the army. He returned with the fever upon him, and died May 20, 1866, aged 36 years. His death was greatly regretted. A volume entitled Christian Lessons and a Christian Life, containing an exten
B, Forty-Third Regiment Infantry (nine months), Oct. 11, 1862, credited to Boston. Died March 27, 1863, at Newbern, N. C. Buried here. 327. George Trask, age 18, Co. M, First Regiment of Cavalry (three years), Oct. 1, 1861—residence or place credited to not given-transferred to Co. M, 4th Cavalry. (Died May 3, 1862, Port Royal, S. C.—Family account and monument. ) 328. Rev. Samuel A. Smith, minister First Congregational Parish, missionary to the army, died of a fever contracted at Norfolk, Va., on May 20, 1866, aged 36. Given in Letters from Two Brothers, and not previously mentioned: 329. Alfred Bloxham, age 26, First Battery Light Artillery (three years), July 24, 1862, to Oct. 19, 1864, credited to Cambridge. 330. George H. Cutter, age 19, Co. H, 3d Wisconsin Infantry, enlisted April 24, 1861, for three years, re-enlisted Dec. 25, 1863; promoted Corp. Nov. 21, 1862; Commissary Sergt, Oct. 29, 1864; First Lieut., May 21, 1866. (See Cutter Book, p. 235.) 331. Eb