d a letter to him there, two days after the battle stating that Major McClary was killed by a cannon-ball and Captain Baldwin and Lieutenant Scott by small arms.
He further furnished the following:—
The whole number, including officers,
killed and missing,15
He also transmitted the account of Reed's losses, at the desire of the latter.
This letter of Stark may have been written at the Admiral Vernon Tavern or at the Royall House.
Major Andrew McClary of Epsom was killed by a cannon-ball from a vessel after he had come to Medford to procure bandages for the wounded and was returning over Charlestown Neck.
He was of Colonel Stark's regiment and was brought here and interred with the honors of war.
Our local historian, Rev. Charles Brooks, says, He lies about fifty or sixty rods north of the old burying ground, also that twenty-five of the general's men who had been killed were brought here and buried in the field about fifty or sixty rods north o