Richard Chapman Goodwin.
Captain 2d Mass. Vols. (Infantry), May 24, 1861; killed at Cedar Mountain, Va., August 9, 1862.
Richard Chapman, the eldest child of Ozias and Lucy (Chapman) Goodwinl, September 17, 1862; died at Charlottesville, Va., October 22, 1862, of wounds received at Cedar Mountain, August 9.
James Savage, Jr., the subject of this memoir, was the only son of the Hon. Ja2, was a very hot, sultry day. Our brigade marched from Culpeper to within about one mile of Cedar Mountain, where we halted in a piece of woods.
Our artillery was already slightly engaged with the Rl these questions he answered, No.
His mind seemed to be at peace.
The terrible news of Cedar Mountain battle, which was to cast a gloom over many households, came almost too fast to the anxious sword clove to his hand.
And this prediction he well fulfilled at Newtown, Winchester, and Cedar Mountain.
Robert Shaw wrote, after the death of his friend:—--
There is no life like the one