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1833 Fletcher Webster Colonel 12th Mass. Vols. (Infantry), June 26, 1861; killed at the b
igned then and there.
Respectfully, Fletcher Webster.
The above call was seconded by the July 26th, and were cordially received.
Colonel Webster and his command proceeded to Harper's Fer im.
In the early part of August, 1862, Colonel Webster obtained leave of absence for a few days, ious blood.
It was a source of regret to Colonel Webster that his regiment should have been led in severe and the slaughter most terrible.
Colonel Webster led his men into battle with the utmost g reaking their ranks.
Not long after this Colonel Webster was shot through the body.
Lieutenant Ha s sent, after some unavoidable delay, but Colonel Webster breathed his last at the moment they were by the side of his illustrious father.
Colonel Webster was long mourned and affectionately remem ne's heart or the child of one's love?
Colonel Webster left a widow and three children,—two sons [17 more...]