The record of the legislative action taken by this town with reference to filling its quotas during the late war is too meager and incomplete to possess any historic value in that connection. From other sources, however, we learn some of the results of that legislation. The town of Sherburne furnished in aid of the suppression of the Rebellion 236 soldiers and 20 seamen, 49 of whom were natives of the town; 1 ranked as Assistant Surgeon, 3 as Captain, 9 as Lieutenant, 1 as Sergeant Major and 13 as Sergeant; 176 enlisted for three years, 12 for two years, 8 for one year and 9 for nine months. They were distributed among various organizations as follows: 1 each in the 3d, 23d, 62d, 71st, 101st, 131st, and 144th, 2 each in the 85th and 161st, 4 each in the 26th, 44th, 76th and 157th, 5 in the 149th, 7 in the
176th, 9 in the 17th, 28 in the 61st, and 47 in the 114th infantry regiments; 5 in the 8th, 8 in the 10th, 1 each in the 11th and 14th, and 6 in the 20th cavalry regiments; 2 each in the 3d and 7th, 14 in the 1st (light,) 3 in the 2d, 7 in the 4th, 3 in the 5th, 1 in the 8th, and 2 in the 14th (heavy) artillery regiments; 2 in the 7th and 13 in the 8th Independent Batteries; 2 in the 2d mounted rifles and 1 each in the 8th Wisconsin artillery, 1st Michigan and 13th Iowa infantry regiments.
STATEMENT OF BOUNTIES RECEIVED.
6 received a town bounty of $ 100 00
1 received a town bounty of 130 00
10 received a town bounty of 150 00
16 received a town bounty of 323 00
1 received a town bounty of 500 00
2 received a town bounty of 600 00
1 received a town bounty of 900 00
5 received a town bounty of 1,000 00
2 received a town bounty of 1,150 00
59 received a county bounty of 50 00
17 received a town bounty of 300 00