Roster of the 1st Massachusetts Volunteer Heavy Artillery Battalion
Contributed by Patrick McSherry


Members of Battery B, 1st Maine Volunteer Heavy Artillery. At left is
William N. Robertson. The gent at right is not identified. Robertson was
honorably discharged early on October 19, 1898.

 Field and Staff  ||| Battery A ||| Battery B ||| Battery C  ||| Battery D ||| Battery E
Battery F  ||| Battery G ||| Battery H ||| Battery I  ||| Battery K ||| Battery L ||| Battery M

Click here for a history of the 1st Massachusetts Volunteer Heavy Artillery

General:

Below is a partial roster of the 1st Massachusetts Volunteer Heavy Artillery served in Cuba as part of the occupation forces.

Please note that in the listing for Battery B, below, the information was cross-reference with a newspaper roster. Data from the newspaper (see bibliography, below) is listed in brackets []. The newspaper list has additional names, with others omitted, etc., and was probably not a final roster.

The Roster:

Field and Staff:

Pfaff, Charles, Col.
Woodman, Charles B., Lt. Col.
Dyar, Perlie A., Maj.
Quinby, George F., Maj.
Frye, James A, Maj.
Dearing, Howard S., Surgeon/Maj.
Parker,  Horace B., Adjutant/1st Lt.
Keenan, John S., Quartermaster/1st Lt.
Bryant, William S., Assistant Surgeon/1st Lt.
Paine, John B., Range Officer/1st Lt.
Stockwell, George S., Signal Officer/1st Lt.
Huddleson, William D, Sgt. Maj.
Chapman, Edward E., Quartermaster Sgt.
Phillips, Ira B,Hospital Steward
Sawyer, George Y, Hospital Steward
White, Thomas, Hospital Steward
Bennett, Frederick, A. H., Principal Musician
Clark, James F., Principal Musician
 

Battery A: (Organized from Boston)

Officers:

Bordman, John, Jr., Capt.
Fullerton, E. Dwight, 1st Lt.
Paine, Sumner, 2nd Lt.

Sergeants:

Claupein, William, 1st Sgt.
Dunbar, George M.
Field, George P.
Murphy, Frank
Russell, George H.

Corporals:

Andrews, George W.
Brittin, Louis H.
Howard, Arthur H.
Kelley, Willard S., Mess Cpl.; Discharged October 28, 1898
Osthues, Benjamin B.
Power, Edward D.
Smyth, James H.

Musicians:

Lewis, Irven J., Discharged October 12, 1898

Privates:

Blair, Arnold
Block, Bernhard
Blodgett, Walter P.
Bohm, Frederick A.
Bumpus, Edward A., Promoted to 2nd Lt., 21st U.S. Infantry, August 7, 1898
Buxbaum, Harry H.
Cobb, Frank E.
Cobb, Marston I.
Cook, Thomas A.
Cook, William E.
Cutter, Charles W.
Dickerman, Olin D.
Douglass, Eugene H.
Duggan, William J.
Faber, George
Gilbert, Edward J., Discharged October 31, 1898
Goodwin, Frank I.
Heilig, Frederick
Holt, Edwin B.
Hurley, James F.
Jennings, William
Kane, Harry J.
Keene, Charles J.
Kiley, Charles J.
Knox, James L., Discharged November 2, 1898
Ladd, James A., Discharged October 22, 1898
Long, Michael J.
Loring, Alfred O. L.
Loring, John E.
McGrath, John F.
Quinn, James F., Discharged October 22, 1898
Riddell, William A.
Sanders, Charles E.
Smith, Fred J.
Stephenson, Charles E.
Stoddard, Francis R., Jr.
Talcott, Norman R.
Tilden, Calvin S.
Treadwell, Thomas P.
Waters, Robert J.
White, John W.
Williams, Charles H.
Wilson, Francis  C.
Wishman, Herbert G.
Wolcott, Roger, Jr.
 

Battery B (Organized from Cambridge)

Officers:

Lombard, Walter E., Capt. [26 Bartlett Avenue, Arlington]
Day, John E., 1st Lt. [Eulita Terrace, Brighton]
Underwood, Marshall, 2nd Lt. [929 Main Street, Melrose Highlands]

Sergeants:

Prior, Percy H., 1st Sgt. [106 Windsor Street; Listed as 2nd Sgt.]
Woodside, Alonzo, 1st Sgt., Discharged October 22, 1898 [85 Green Street]
Beaumont, Hartford [15 Ashburton Place, Boston; Listed as 3rd Sgt.]
Brown, Lewis F. [ 39 Norman Street; Salem, Listed as 1st Cpl., and possibly also as Louis F.  Brown, Pvt.]
Litchfield, Allen J. [158 Auburn Street; Listed as 5th Sgt.]
Pancoast, Fred L.  [90 Mt. Vernon Street, Arlington; Listed as 4th Sgt.]

Corporals:

Anderton, Thomas [Listed as Pvt.]
[Batchelder, Seth P., 4th Cpl., Middle Street, East Lexington]
Cole, George W.*
[Heinlein, Edward E., 5th Cpl., 49 Bennett Street Brighton]
Jacobs, Edwin C. [Park Avenue Corner Appleton Street, Arlington Heights; Listed as 2nd Cpl.]
Lombard, Herbert H. [Listed as pvt.]
Montgomery, William [24 School Street, Somerville; Listed as 3rd Cpl.]
Pritzkow, Emil A.*
Ralph, William T, Mess Corporal*

Musicians:

Coles, Herbert B. [83 Pearl Street]

Privates:

[Adams, Charles A.]
[Allen, Edward F.]
Backus, Simeon S.*
[Batchelder, George F.]
[Blake, Frank R.]
[Blanchard, Walter R.]
Blenerhassett, Roland T.
[Brown, Arthur A.]
Brown, Joseph C.
[Brown, Louis F.]
[Bull, Wilan W.]
Burditt, Algernon L.
Collins, James C.*
[Cole, George W.]
Cook, Walter F., Discharged October 19, 1898
Cooley, George P.
[Cooper, Cecil B.]
Corbett, John*
Craigie, James A.*
Darling, Silas, Discharged October 31, 1898*
Davies, George H.
Dearborn, Josiah*
Drummond, Thomas J.
Eldridge, Joseph H.
Fairclough, William A.*
Gilkey, Frank J.
Goddard, William H.
Gove, Elliott A.*
[Hammond Edward P.]
[Heinlein, Joseph]
Higgins, Walter G.
Jackson, George M.*
Johansen, Howard R.*
[Jones, Albert V.]
Kensel, Frederic [Listed as "Kepser"]
Lincoln, Charles G.*
Littig, Henry G.*
Lutz, Oren C. [Listed as "Orin"]
[McArthur, Amos]
[McDonald, Frank J.]
McDonald, John F.*
McGilvray, John H.*
Morse, Melvin G.*
Nay, Frank W.
Newton, Andrew R., Discharged October 22, 1898
[O'Gara, John]
[Parker, William E.]
[Parsons, George G.]
Phaneuf, Edward J.*
Reynolds, William A.*
Robertson, William N., Discharged October 19, 1898
Rohrbacher, Fritz A.
Ruddock, Frederick T.*
Rugg, Harry M.*
Sawyer, Elbridge F.
[Smith, S. Everett]
Thresher, Edwin A. [Listed as "Threasher"]
Thurston, Charles E.
Tukey, Charles W., 3rd
Wadell, Le Roy [Listed as "Leroy Waddell"]
White, Frank Le R.*
White, John [Listed as "John A. White"]
[Whitehead, Joseph]
[Young, Chester F.]
[Young, Ernest M.]
 

Battery C (Organized from Boston)

Officers:

Nutter, Charles P., Cpt.
Nostrom, Charles F., 1st Lt.
Francis, Joseph S., 2nd Lt.

Sergeants:

Smith, Herbert L., 1st Sgt.
Ives, Henry
Oakes, Walter E.
Wheeler, H. Edson
Wilkinson, George M.

Corporals:

Dawson, Charles A.
Eastman, Ralph B.
Hetherington, George W.
Leach, C., Warren
Oliver, John B., Mess Cpl.
Seavey, Fred H.
Stevens, Percy

Musician:

Hooper, William H., Jr.

Privates:

Abbot, Charles E.
Ballentine, Harold A.
Bazin, Harry H.
Blackman, Harold K.
Bodemer, Earnest F.
Booth, Frederick L.
Bourne, Osgood I.
Burns, Malachi G.
Cain, Gordon A.
Capen, Charles E.
Cobb, George  H.
Conn, Wallace T.
Cowling, Edward J.
Danahy, John H.
Darling, Norval F.
Doane, Eugene C.
Donlon, Dennis F.
Fallon, Winthrop
Fitch, Charles L.
Fossett, Charles R.
Gibbs, F. Alton
Hanley, William H.
Hudson, Edward
Hudson, Henry W. – Discharged October 11, 1898
Kelley, George T.
Kennedy, Robert J.
Kimball, Clement L.
Knox, Herbert
Land, Lawrence P.
Lane, Edgar
Leman. James O.
Lewis, Charles F.
Martikke, Ernest
Otis, James D.
Rink, Frederick W, - Discharged October 8, 1898
Sewell, John F.
Shattuck, Charles E.
Smith, Herbert H.
Thompson, Elwyn W. – Discharged October 8, 1898
Wheeler, Charles E.
Williams, Frank J.
Wilson, Frank E.
Wisnesky, Gustave M. – Discharged October 8, 1898
Wright, Henry H.
Yuill, Hugh S.
 

Battery D (Organized from Boston)

Officers:

Frothingham, Joseph H., Capt.
Cormack, Norman P., 1st Lt.
McCullough, William J., 2nd Lt.

Sergeants:

Fogg, David H., 1st Sgt.
Blaikie, Duncan S.
Dobbins, Halburton
Galway, John
Hanson, Albert A.

Corporals:

Brown, Frank A.
Gile, Afred D.
Hill, Charles F.
Martens, Frederick H.
Sargeant, William G.
Youngm Calvin E., Mess Cpl.

Musician:

Wyatt, Claude E.

Privates:

Adams, Samuel L.
Ashley, Eugene W.
Brazier, Ernest E.
Brown, Benjamin H.
Childs, Frank H,
Choate, Louis D.
Clark, George F.
Clary, Dwight H.
Clary, George R.
Corser, Frederick H.
Dalton, Arthur T.
Ellis, Vaughn M.
Faulkner, Edward P.
Finnerty, Daniel G., Jr.
Frost, Arthur F.
Galway, James
Handy, William B.
Hatch, Herbert L.
Hatt, Frederick V. McF.
Holmes, Edwin A.
Howland, Albert S.
Hudson, William
Josselyn, Abbott C.
Kaufman, Benjamin
Laws, William B.
Levy, Henry S. – Discharged October 20, 1898
Lewis, Charles F.
Marsh, Henry M. – Discharged October 20, 1898
Mateer, William
Metcalf, Frank L.
Neale, Robert A.
Otis, George E.
Ridgeway, Joseph T.
Robertson, George
Saunders, Edward B.
Scherer, August L. – Discharged July 26, 1898
Spenceley, Frederick
Stay, Clifford E.
Stewart, George F.
Stockemer, Charles H.
Swansburg, Jasper – Discharged October 13, 1898
Timson, John E.
Tinker, Clifford A.
Wells, Roy T.
Wood, Herbert R.
Woodbury, Clarence P.
 

Battery E (Organized from New Bedford)

Officers:

Gibbs, Joseph L., Capt.
Wing, Harold C., 1st Lt.
Fuller, Charles, 2nd Lt.

Sergeants:

Anthony, Charles E.
Merchant, Ambrose F.
Peck, Herbert N.
Soule, Ernest L.
Spooner, John C.

Corporals:

Adams, John Q.
Aikin, James
Burt, Edwin H.
De Wolf, John C.
Gelette, Charles E.
Lafferty, John A., Mess Cpl.
Wood, William G.

Musician:

Price, David J.

Privates:

Aikin, Alexander J.
Almond, William Jr.
Ames, Howard M.
Aurelio, Frank L.
Baker, Edward A.
Barneby, Eugene
Brown, James
Brownell, Herbert N.
Christopher, Charles W.
Conroy, Michael
Crapo, Jesse P. – Discharged July 23, 1898
Devlin, Bernard
Ellis, Harry C.
Fay, Miles H.
Fury, Bartholomew P.
Garvin, Patrick F.
Gelette, Walter C.
Gifford, Edward A. – Transferred to U.S. Hospital Corps, July 20, 1898
Gibbs, Melatiah T.
Green, William H.
Hersey, Clinton T.
Hill, Albert R.
Hunt, Raymond
Jenney, Nathina G.
Kennedy, John P.
Lagasse, Arthur J.
McCann, James L.
Merchant, Walter H., Jr.
Murphy, D. William
Murphy, William H.
Nelson, William
Rourke, Edward J.
Shiels, James J.
Smith, James
Smith, William, Jr.
Soule, Charles E.
Spencer, John W.
Sullivan, James H.
Swain, George W.
Thompson, Michael H.
Tripp, Norris H.
Turner, Samuel, Jr.
Wade, Waldo A.
Walsh, John R.
Welch, Robert R.
Winn, John F.
 

Battery F (Organized from Taunton)

Officers:

Danforth, Norris O., Capt.
Phillips, Ferdinand H., 1st Lt.
Totten, James E., 2nd Lt.

Sergeants:

Totten, Samuel P., 1st Sgt.
Crowell, Alonz K.
Grigor, George
Potter, William N.
Seekell, George T.

Corporals:

Brown, James W.
Bullard, Frank A. D.
Dansrow, Frank H., Mess Cpl.
Dean, Frank O.
Hathaway, Homer C.
King, Charles O.
Miller, Ernest F.

Musician:

Shaw, Eben H.

Privates:

Anbro, Andrew B.
Bagge, John J.
Baker, Arthur H. – Discharged October 25, 1898
Baker, Charles H. – Discharged October 25, 1898
Barnes, Benjamin S.
Beaulieu, Sinare
Brissette, Peter
Broadhurst, James Jr.
Bryant, Charles C.
Butterworth, Joseph
Chandler, William F.
Cobbett, Willard A.
Creamer, George W.
Davis, Frederick L.
Dean Alton L.
Devereaux, James A.
Dobson, William A. – Discharged October 25, 1898
Dodge, Elmer J.
Dorgan, Michael L.
Eager, Charles F.
Eaton, George F.
Gibson, Charles M.
Gorey, Ambrose J.
Holmes, Charles A.
Holmes, William M.
King, Edward H.
King, Frederick D.
King, James D. – Discharged August 25, 1898
Lovell, Benjamin L.
Lovell, Horace C.
McVay, Alfred W.
Parlow, William S.
Peirce, Pembroke
Pidgeon, Norman H.
Robinson, George H.
Roby, Henry W.
Scanlon, Joseph
Seekell, Charles H.
Shaftoe, Thomas R.
Smith, Charles I.
Thacher, William D.
Timms, rnest H.
Wedmore, Arthur
Welch, James A
White, Darius E.
Williams, Henry A. – Died October 24, 1898 at Boston
 

Battery G (Organized from Boston)

Officers:

Chick, Albert B., Capt.
Wilson, Frank S., 1st Lt.
Gowing, James H., 2nd Lt.

Sergeants:

Mudge, William J., 1st Sgt.
Earle, Willaim J.
Fiske, Arthur P.
Morrill, Charles F.
Treuthardt, Frank L.

Corporals:

Cullen, Charles V.
Estabrook, Herbert W., Mess Cpl.
Keefe, John J.
Kelley, Joseph L.
Pendoley, John J.
Stevenson, William J.
Treuthardt, Henry A.

Musician:

Morgan, James A

Privates:

Adams, Fred J.
Allard, David
Anderson, Luther F.
Baker, Benjamin L.
Ball, Charles H.
Barry, Patrick T.
Buettner, Louis C.
Buswell, John A.
Buttery, William F.
Connor, John J.
Craig, Samuel A.
Driscoll, Frank
Emerson, George W., Jr.
Grimwood, Arthur C.
Haynes, Clifton M.
Houston, John J.
Hutchinson, Benjamin W. – Discharged July 17, 1898
Jones, Walter F. – Discharged July 26, 1898
Kaiser, Edward C.
Killen, Andrew F.
Lewis, Alexander S.
Mason, Walter I.
McCann, James T.
McCarthy, Patrick J.
McDonald, Ernest D.
McGrath, Frank
McKenna, John T.
McLaughlin, Thomas B., Jr.
McPherson, John H.
Merry, Howard L.
Monahan, John W.
Moran, James F.
Nagle, Frank J.
Odenweller, Charles J., Jr.
Pendoley, Frank C.
Reed, Harry J.
Rogers, George E.
Sauer, Fred A.
Scott, Thomas A.
Snelling, Theodore L.
Sprague, Thomas E.
Taylor, Fred S.
Todhunter, John, Jr.
Westman, Leroy L.
Whitney, Roy F.
Williams, Benjamin F.
 

Battery H (Organized from Chelsea)

Officers:

Pratt, Walter L., Capt.
Renfrew, William, 1st Lt.
Grant, Bertie E., 2nd Lt.

Sergeants:

Meek, Warren L., 1st Sgt.
Brosseau, John F.
Flint, Herbert S.
McGilvray, Joseph G. H.
Smith, Walter E.

Corporals:

Brewer, John E.
Grant, Nathan A.
Lennox, William W.
Newman, William G, Mess Cpl.
Reid Thomas J.
Vowles, Herbert E.
Wells, Carl B.

Musician:

Burns, William

Privates:

Adgate, William
Bearce, Charles F.
Bird, Joseph F.
Bradley, James T.
Brown, Gordon, D. W.
Card, Herbert W.
Chadbourne, Walter I.
Cutcliffe, Lawrence H.
Doliver, Thomas H.
Durgin, Charles F.
Farrell, Edgar G.
Fletcger, John
Forbush, Charles F. – Discharged August 1, 1898
Gardner, George O.
Hesse, Frederick R.
Hinckley, Charles A.
Holland, William J.
Hunt, Charles D.
Hurd, Thomas E.
Hutchins, Frederick S.
Jones, Harry E.
King, Joseph C.
Kirk, Walter R.
Knowlton, Chester P.
Langill, Robert W. – Discharged August 18, 1898
Leuchter, Fred A.
MacDonald, Alexander A. E.
McCann, Peter F.
 McDonald, Frank
Osborn, John W.
Pendleton, Clarence A.
Phelps, Charles H.
Phillips, Fred V.
Pierce, Frank J.
Quimby, Roland F.
Rice, Harry E.
Rice, Walter L.
Rogers, George D.
Smith, Charlie O.
Sullivan, Eugene F.
Taylor, Jeremiah
Tuttle, Adderson F.
Webber, George C.
Young, Roderick B.
Young, William L.
 

Battery I (Organized from Brockton)

Williamson, Charles, Cpt.
Horton, George E., 1st Lt.
Nilsson, Wellington H., 2nd Lt.

Sergeants:

Rowley, Charles, 1st Sgt.
Allen, Herbert
Allen, William S.
Burgess, George B.
Sampson, Samuel B.

Corporals:

Abercrombie, George A.
Foye, Frederic E.
Marshall, William J.
Morse, Esrom J.
Reed, Harry S.
Varney, George A.
Winslow, Enos B., Mess Cpl.

Musician:

Abbott, Frank H.

Privates:

Alger, Sanford
Amadon, Edwin T.
Angevine, Edgar
Billington, Edward N.
Burt, Fred E.
Chamberlain, Henry F.
Churchill, Edwin R.
Churchill, William F.
Cobb, Arthur L.
Cook, Samuel W.
Corser, Frank L.
Darby, Frank B.
Edson, Charles H.
Foye, Lewis M.
Gould, Charles A.
Hallamore, Spurgeon W.
Hamilton, William F.
Hammond, Horace B.
Higgins, Franklin R.
Holmes, David C.
Holmes, George N.
Jackson, William G.
Johnson, Clarence H.
Kendall, Thomas L.
Loud, Harry M.
Loud, Harry W. – Discharged October 17, 1898
Marshall, Walter W.
Maxwell, Harold E.
McDonald, Robert H.
Merry, Hortence E.
Morrill, Joseph R.
Osborn, Chester W.
Packard, Harold E.
Pierce, Charles N.
Provost, Ferdinand
Reed, Augustus S.
Shaw, Harry W.
Shurtleff, Fred L.
Slack, William J.
Snow, Harry A.
Stokes, Fred D.
Turner, James I.
Waugh, Prince E.
West, Lybia F.
Williamson, Charles A.
 

Battery K (Organized from Boston)

Officers:

Howes, Frederic S.
Packard, P. Frank, 1st Lt.
Gleason, Albert A., 2nd Lt.

Sergeants:

Moore, Freeman R., 1st Sgt.
Atton, William C.
Chaffin, Walter B.
Horton, Joseph G.
Ready, Frank L.

Corporals:

Barker, Edward, Jr.,  Mess Cpl.
Davis, Irving J.
Donovan, Thomas J.
Farwell, Frank F.
Graves, Elmer A.
Kenny, Horace L.
Spear, Oscar A.

Musician:

Ripley, Winfield S., Jr.

Privates:

Adams, Alonzo
Banchor, George Y.
Black, Ralph W.
Bond, Alonzo C.
Canfield, Charles E – Discharged August 10, 1898
Carle, Edward M.
Chase, Paul D. – Discharged November 12, 1898
Conant, Lewis W.
Cook, Angus
Eaton, Phillips
Eason, Pitt E.
Grose, Howard B.
Hally, Edmund S.
Hally, William J.
Hanscom, Alpheus
Hazlett, George S.
Jackson, William T.
Jones, Clarence F.
Keith, Phineas
Kingsley, Charles L.
Krebs, Charles A
Lambert, Clarence E.
Martikke, Frederick W.
McIntosh, Wiley J.
McKinnon, William C.
McPhee, George W.
Merrifield, Albert F.
Moulton, Fred H. – Discharged August 16, 1898
O’Brien, Fred H. – Discharged October 4, 1898
Rache, James A.
Reuben, Moses
Richards, Frank L.
Ricker, William E.
Rittenhouse, Ralph W. E.
Russell, George R.
Smith, Asa N.
Smith, Clifford E.
Smith, Daniel
Smith, Frederick D.
Stock, Charles H.
Strong, Harry C.
Studdert, Edward F. G.
Tornrose, Axel T.
Webster, Daniel L. – Discharged October 4, 1898
Weiler, Stephen
 

Pvt. Edwin H. Scruton of Battery L. Scruton was from the area of
Mercer and Rome, Maine. He married Lois Ward on March 20,1897.

Battery L (Organized from Boston)

Officers:

Whiting, Frederick M.
Swan, William L., 1st Lt.
Cheney, Fred A., 2nd Lt.

Sergeants:

Graves, William R., 1st Sgt.
Colburn, Alvin
Gage, George R.
Harris, Clifford L.
Naumann, Louis

Corporals:

Barrett, John C.
Burrill, William F.
French, Alton L.
Foster, Maurice F., Mess Cpl.
Hill, William B.
Jansson, John G. – Discharged October 20, 1898
Pare, Thomas O.

Musician:

Barrett, William H.

 Privates:

Ackiss, Ivy W. – Discharged October 25, 1898
Anderson, John E.
Babb, Charles H.
Bartlett, David H.
Blanchard, Benjamin B.
Brown, Charles H.
Ellis, Henry J.
Ellsworth, Walter F.
Fitzwilliam, Edward C.
Fitzwilliam, Frank M.
Flagg, George A.
 Frank, Harry M.
Frank, Maurice A.
Fruean, George H.
Gage, Frank A.
Gillespie, Edwin S.
Goode, James C.
Greenfield, Joseph
Henius, Walter A.
Hill, Arthur G.
Johnson, George A. – Discharged October 20, 1898
Knight, Harry
Lewisson, Clarence P. – Discharged June 16, 1898
McLeod, Alton D.
Meader, Joseph B.
Miller, William T. – Discharged October 20, 1898
Mitchell, Ralph L.
Neagle, Richard J. J.
Osborne, Roy L.
Osborn, William A.
Porter, Wilfred H.
Reynolds, Harry L.
Richardson, Charles H.
Rueter, Karl
Rymill, Joseph A.
Sanford, Herman I.
Scruton, Edwin H.
Simmons, John
Smith, Harold F.
Soule, Melzer H.
Spinney, William A.
Swartour, Eugene D.
Trask, Harry A.
Warner, Harry A.
Wells, Jarvis A.
Wight, William A.
 

Battery M (Organized from Fall River)

Officers:

Braley, Sierra L., Capt.
Fuller, David, 1st Lt.
Harrison, Frederick W., 2nd Lt.

Sergeants:

Potter, George E., 1st Sgt.
Booth, Richard H.
McAdams, James F.
Sanford, Arnold B, 2nd
Simmons, Arthur F.

Corporals:

Bentley, James H.
Durfee, Frederick E.
Marsden, George, Mess Cpl.
Mitchell. Elmer W.
Pilkington, Edward H.
Whitehead, Kames M.
Wilcox, William B.

Musician:

Lee, John

Privates:

Almond, James H.
Bailey, James E.
Bradbury, George
Bridges, Charles
Broughton, Thomas
Buckley, John
Buckley, Zedekiah
Chippendale, Thomas J.
Dale, Hugh
Darke, William H.
Davis, Elmer F.
Destremps, Henry A
Durfee, Nelson B.
Eldredge, Myron O.
Ely, Ernest E.
Fish, Edwin B.
Fiske, Frank R.
Graham, Henry
Harrison, Paul
Henshaw, John E.
Heywood, Joseph A.
Horan, James H.
Horsman, Frederick
Hughes, John F.
Lindsey, John J.
Linley, Frederick R. H.
Littlefield, Frank W. C.
McGlynn, Thomas J.
McGraw, Jerome G.
Murphy, Thomas
Rigby, John
Robinson, John T.
Sanford, Alvin C.
Sanford, Frank R.
Sharples, Joseph H. M.
Simmons, Ernest L.
Skinner, Harry A.
Smolensky, Hyman
Smolensky, Lester H.
Squire, William B.
Stevens, Theodore F.
Thurston, Edward A.
Waterworth, William
Wiseman, William A.
Wood, Richard



Bibliography:

Boynton, Stan - Image and information concerning Edwin H. Scruton of Battery L

Cambridge Daily Press  Tuesday,  April 26, 1898, Vol. 1, No. 2 (Courtesy of Pat Lukens)

Frye, Col. James A., The First Regiment Massachusetts Heavy Artillery. (Boston: The Colonial Company, 1899) 198-250.

Lukens, Pat - Photp of Willie Robertson (Pat's Great Uncle)


 
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