ny C, Charlestown Artillery, Charlestown.
William R. Swan, of Chelsea, captain: Phineas H. Tibbetts, of Charlestown; John W. Rose, of South Boston; Hannibal D. Norton, of Chelsea; and George H. Marden, Jr., of Charlestown, lieutenants.
Company D, Light Infantry, Haverhill. Officers: Carlos P. Messer, of Haverhill, captain; George J. Dean, Daniel F. Smith, Charles H. P. Palmer, and Thomas T. Salter, all of Haverhill, lieutenants.
Company E, Lawrence Light Guard, Medford.
Officers: John Hutchins, of Medford, captain; John G. Chambers and Perry Colman, of Medford, and William H. Pattee, of West Cambridge (Arlington), lieutenants.
Company F, Wardwell Tigers, Boston.
Officers: David K. Wardwell, Boston, captain: Jacob H. Sleeper, of Boston; George G. Stoddard, of Brookline; Horace P. Williams, of Brookline; and Horatio N. Holbrook, of Boston, lieutenants.
This was a new company, recruited, organized, uniformed, and equipped in two days.
Company G, Concord Artillery, Conc
Hutchings, William Vincent.
First Lieutenant, Regimental Quartermaster, 4th Battalion Infantry, M. V. M., in service of the U. S., Apr. 22, 1861.
Mustered out, July 25, 1861. First Lieutenant, Regimental Quartermaster, 24th Mass. Infantry, Sept. 2, 1861.
Captain, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, Nov. 26, 1862.
See U. S. Army.
Second Lieutenant, 6th Infantry, M. V. M., in service of the U. S., July 18, 1864.
Mustered out, Oct. 27, 1864.
Captain, 5th Infantry, M. V. M., in service of the U. S, May 1, 1861.
Mustered out, July 31, 1861.
Captain, 39th Mass. Infantry, Aug. 14, 1862.
Mustered out, June 2, 1865. Lieut. Colonel, June 7, 1865; not mustered.
Corporal, 40th Mass. Infantry, Sept. 5, 1862.
Discharged as First Sergeant, Apr. 20, 1864. First Lieutenant, 40th Mass. Infantry, Apr. 21, 1864.
Discharged (disability), Jan. 1, 1865.
First Lieutenant, 47th Infantry, M. V.
Hurd, C. H., 299, 424, 535
Hurd, Ira, 299
Hurd, J. C., 660
Hurd, S. H., 388
Hurd, T. C., 572
Hurd, Theodore C., 299
Hurd, W. H., 300
Hurd, Y. G., 383
Hurlbert, E. S., 300
Hurlburt, C. H., 300
Hurlburt, Edwin, 300
Hurlburt, G. R., 300
Hurlburt, T. P., 575
Hurst, Franklin, 300
Husband, T. H., 300
Huse, Samuel, 80
Hussey, E. B., 80
Hussey, W. A., 300
Hussey, W. H. H., 300
Hutchings, W. V., 660
Hutchings, W. V., 24th Mass. Inf., 300, 424
Hutchins, Isaiah, 300
Hutchins, John, 300
Hutchins, Levi, 300
Hutchins, R. P., 185, 424, 470, 535
Hutchinson, C. G., 80
Hutchinson, G. B., 606
Hutchinson, N. V., 606
Hutchinson, T. J., 605
Hutchinson, T. W., 80
Huttleston, G. K., 162
Hyatt, Alpheus, 300
Hyde, G. H., 300
Hyde, G. W., 80
Hyde, H. G., 300
Hyde, J. B., 300
Hyde, Philip, 470
Ide, H. M., 300
Ide, W. C., 424, 535
Igo, James, 80
Imboden, J. D., 660
Inches, C. E., 383
Ingalls, A. S., 470
Ingalls, E. Alfred, 300
Ingalls, Ephraim A., 300
Arriving at Norton's Ford we again set out at 8 p. m., and marched to Pony Plain—twelve miles—arriving there at midnight. On these marches a soldier, with his gun, knapsack, forty rounds of ammunition, haversack, rations, etc., was carrying between forty and sixty pounds.
We now come to the first serious disaster which befell our company.
Our pickets had been taken off at 10 p. m., October 10, and marched back to Camp Nordquest for their rations.
They were under the command of Captain John Hutchins, of Company C (Medford). They secured their rations, but on their return, as there was some delay and the night was dark, some of them lost their way. The consequence was the enemy captured thirteen men, all from our regiment, and seven of them from Company E.
These were Sergeant R. J. Hyde, Privates F. J. Oliver, Henry Howe, Joseph Whitmore, and Washington Lovett, all of whom died in Andersonville prison, and Corporal G. W. Bean and Private J. W. Oliver.
The former was in prison s