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[70] Stafford, of Lowell, drum-major; William H. Gray, of Acton, hospital steward. The Sixth had a full staff and regimental band.

Company A, ‘National Greys,’ Lowell. Officers: Josiah A. Sawtell, captain; Andrew J. Johnson and Andrew C. Wright, lieutenants,—all of Lowell.

Company B, ‘Groton Artillery,’ Groton. Officers: Eusebius S. Clark, captain; George F. Shattuck and Samuel G. Blood, lieutenants,—all of Groton.

Company C, ‘Mechanics' Phalanx,’ Lowell. Officers: Albert S. Follansbee, captain; Samuel D. Shipley and John C. Jepson, lieutenants,—all of Lowell.

Company D, ‘City Guards,’ Lowell. Officers: James W. Hart, captain; Charles E. Jones and Samuel C. Pinney, Llewellyn L. Craig, lieutenants,—all of Lowell.

Company E, ‘Davis Guards,’ Acton. Officers: Daniel Tuttle, captain; William H. Chapman and George W. Rand, Silas B. Blodgett, Aaron S. Fletcher, lieutenants,—all of Acton.

This company was named in honor of their brave townsman, Captain Isaac Davis, who commanded an Acton company to defend the North Bridge, across Concord River, on the 19th of April, 1775, where he fell a martyr to liberty and American independence.

Company F, ‘Warren Light Guard,’ Lawrence. Officers: Benjamin F. Chadbourne, captain; Melvin Beal, Thomas J. Cate, and Jesse C. Silver, lieutenants,—all of Lawrence.

Company G, ‘Worcester Light Infantry,’ Worcester. Officers: Harrison W. Pratt, captain; George W. Prouty, Thomas S. Washburn, J. Waldo Denny, and Dexter F. Parker, lieutenants,—all of Worcester.

This company was originally organized in 1803, by Hon. Levi Lincoln, and served in the war of 1812, under command of his brother, Captain John W. Lincoln.

Company H, ‘Watson Light Guard,’ Lowell. Officers: John F. Noyes, captain; George E. Davis, Andrew F. Jewett, and Benjamin Warren, lieutenants,—all of Lowell.

Company I, ‘Light Infantry,’ Lawrence. Officers: John

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