The information on the men listed here was taken from the pages from his book
James Madison Stone, Private, Residence Dana, Age 20, Farmer; Enlisted and muster July 19, 1861. Re-enlisted January 1, 1864. Wounded July 29, 1864, at Petersbury Virginia, as a Corpl; transf; by S. O. of October 21, 1864, to 36th., Massachusetts Infantry.
Page 43.The next day we buried our four boys who were killed. They were Pat Martin, James Fessenden, Joseph E. Stone and James Sullivan.
Of the four men killed in our company, I felt in only one a personal loss. Jimmy Sullivan of westboro, was an exceptional boy, two years my junior. His was a light-hearted, joyous nature. He was the pet of the company and without an enemy in it. How he was killed I never knew.