guerrillas near the Bayou Boeuf, La., May 4, 1863, in the 26th year of his age.
JOHN S. BARNES, New York City.
JAMES DWIGHT ORNE. — Was a Civil engineer. He entered the Union army in August, 1861, as second lieutenant in the 18th Massachusetts Regiment, and was three time promotes for his gallant conduct in battle. He took part in thirty-six battles, under Generals McClellan and Meade, of the 5th Army Corps. He was reported dead and left as such on the field in the second Bull Run battle. At Chancellorsville the back of his saddle was shot off. At Gettysburg a piece of shell nearly cut his hat into two pieces. He went through the whole Peninsular Campaign and took part in all its battles, except that at Antietam. He served in the war nearly four years, and was made successively first lieutenant, captain, and then provost marshal of the first division of the 5th Army Corps. After the war he was in business at Rochester, N.Y. He is now a manufacturer of woolen goods at Philadelphia, Penn., where he resides.
JOHN BLISS. — Was in the service of the Wabash Railroad Company from 1852 to 1857, residing in Lafayette, Ind. He was with the Milford Gas Company, Milford, Mass., from 1857 to 1864, and for twenty years was a merchant in Boston, Mass. He now resides in Springfield, Mass.
HORATIO L. SARGEANT, Springfield, Mass. — Was clerk in the Agawam Bank for fifteen months previous to 1855; he afterwards went west , and was general ticket agent of the Mississippi & Missouri Railroad Company at Davenport, Iowa, until June, 1858. He was superintendent of the Baptist Sunday school in that place for three years. In November, 1861, he became chief clerk in the office of the general superintendent of the Michigan Southern & Northern Indiana Railway Company, which position he held until about 1864. While in the service of the railway company
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