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nd equipped as the result of these measures, and awaited a call to service. At the end of several weeks it proceeded to Brooklyn, N. Y., in the expectation of joining a regiment, but being disappointed the company returned. Thirty-two members of the corps, with Capt. Ingalls, immediately re-visited New York and were incorporated into the 40th Regiment of New York Volunteers. Report of Military Expenditures during the War, entered on the town records. W. H. Pattee, James A. Bailey, Alfred M. Thorpe, and Daniel Bennem, citizens of the town, were connected with the 5th Regiment Mass. Militia, and accompanied the regiment into immediate service. In 1861 the upper story of the old Centre School House was leased to the Sons of Temperance. There was a Washingtonian Society here in 1848. 1862 A public meeting was held Feb. 22, 1862, in response to the proclamation of the President of the United States, to listen to the reading of Washington's Farewell Address. A particular
ieut.E28May 1, 1861, to July 31, 1861. 36James A. Bailey, sergt.E24May 1, 1861, to July 31, 1861. 37William H. Lawrence, sergt.E26May 1, 1861; killed July 21, 1861, Bull Run, Va. 38William B. F. EmersonE24May 1, 1861, to July 31, 1861. 39Alfred M. ThorpeE28May 1, 1861, to July 31, 1861. Fifth Regiment Infantry. (nine Months.) Name.Co.Age.Term of service. 40John P. GayH23Sept. 16, 1862, to July 2, 1863. Sixth Regiment Infantry. (nine Months.) Name.Co.Age.Term of service. 4ge.Term of service. 67William S. PayneB46Sept. 6, 1861; dr. from rolls Oct. 8, 1861. 68Elisha SargentB28Sept. 5, 1861, to Oct. 17, 1864; abs. sick. 69Alfred Thorp Eugene H. Freeman, on the Potomac about June 1, 1864, saw among the soldiers, Thorpe, who used to work at the saw-factory. He had been in the navy, and his family lived in Philadelphia. He had enlisted again, and then belonged to the 187th Pennsylvania.—Letters from Two Brothers, p. 118.B28Sept. 17, 1861; dr. from rolls Oct. 8,
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