Second Company Sharpshooters Massachusetts Infantry.
（1) Capt. Lewis E. Wentworth
（2) Capt. Robert Smith
Casualties by Engagements
|Officers.||Enlisted Men.||Total.||Officers.||Enlisted Men.||Total.|
|Number on rolls,||8||144||152||Killed and died of wounds,||–||12||12|
|Enlisted men (included above) commissioned in company,||–||4||4||Died by accident or disease,||–||9||9|
|Died as prisoners,||–||1||1|
|Actual total of members of company,||8||140||148||Totals,||–||22||22|
|1862.||May 30, Totopotomoy, Va.,||–||2||2|
|Dec. 13, Fredericksburg, Va.,||–||1||1|
|1864.||June 1-2, Cold Harbor (Bethesda Church), Va.,||–||2||2|
|May 8, Laurel Hill, Va.,||–||4||4|
|May 10, Spotsylvania, Va.,||–||2||2||Place unknown,||–||1||1|
The 2d Company Sharpshooters was organized in Camp at Lynnfield, Mass.
, in September, 1861, and, under command of Capt. Lewis E. Wentworth
, left the State
October 8, attached to the 22d Mass. Infantry, with which it remained during its entire service, its history forming part of the history of that regiment.
It took part with the 22d in the peninsular battles, Antietam
and the Wilderness
It was mustered out Oct. 17, 1864, and those whose term of service had not yet expired were transferred to the 32d Mass. Infantry.