|Levi Farwell||Feb. 10, 1818||May 27, 1844||60|
|William Brown2||Feb. 10, 1818||June 25, 1861||75|
|Josiah Coolidge3||July 30, 1844||Sept. 13, 1874||87|
|George Cummings4||Aug. 23, 1844|
|Josiah W. Cook||Aug. 23, 1844|
|William B. Hovey||Jan. 29, 1849||July 4, 1871||75|
|Joseph A. Holmes||Jan. 29. 1849|
|Albert Vinal||Feb. 19, 1850|
|Joseph Goodnow||Oct. 13, 1871|
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1 Among the killed was Rev. Ezra Stiles Gannett, D. D., born in Cambridge, May 4, 1801, H. C. 1820, for many years colleague-pastor (with Rev. W. E. Channing, D. D.), and afterwards sole pastor of the church now in Arlington Street, Boston.
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