This is a work in progress (this is not a complete roster). If you are a researcher and have a Web page of anyone on this Roster and want a link on this page or have any information to add please eMail me with the information and the source.
Monday, August 07, 2000 01:57:31 PM
Post and Read Queries 7/17/00
Post and Read Records 7/17/00
|Alfred QUAID, Corporal, credited to Bedford, Hillsborough; captured at Fair Oaks, October 27, 1864, died at Andersonville prison. (No info found at Andersonville Prisoner Lookup)||Source #1|
|Walter D. CAMPBELL, credited to Bedford, Hillsborough; wounded severely June 3, 1863.||Source #1|
|William F. CONNER, credited to Bedford, Hillsborough; wounded severely Sept 29, 1864.||Source #1|
|Joseph W. BATCHELDER, Private, enlisted Aug 11 1862; age 20; claimed residence Manchester; promoted Principal Musician Nov 1 1864; promoted Sergeant about Jan 1 1865; mustered out Richmond, VA June 21 1865; last reported residence Dorchester, MA; died Sept 10 1926.||Source #2|
Warren BATCHELDER, Private, enlisted Aug 7 1862, age 23; claimed residence Manchester; died in asylum for insane at Washington, DC Nov 22 1862.
Jackson BUTTERFIELD, credited to Bedford, Hillsborough; served three years.
|Robert FRENCH, credited to Hudson, Hillsborough; mustered out June 20, 1865.||Source #1|
|Albert M. JENNESS, Private, credited to Bedford, Hillsborough; served three years; enlisted 05 Aug 1862; mustered in 25 Aug 1862; mustered out 21 Jun 1865. P.O. Bedford. Note: Soruce #1 calls him Albert N. Jenness.||Earl Dunn Soldiers & Sailors of NH in the War of the
|Charles N. PARKHUST, credited to Bedford, Hillsborough; died Fredericksburg Dec 17, 1862.||Source #1|
|Charles SEAVEY, credited to Bedford, Hillsborough; wounded severely July 1864, also Sept 29, 1864.||Source #1|
|Samuel SEAVEY, credited to Bedford, Hillsborough; served three years.||Source #1|
|Horace TOWNSEND, credited to Bedford, Hillsborough; wounded severely June 5, 1864.||Source #1|
The History of Hillsborough, New Hampshire (1885), transcribed by Fred Kunchick
Register of Soldiers and Sailors of New Hampshire 1861-65 (1895): transcribed by Fred Kunchick
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