10th New Hampshire  Regiment Company D

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George W. LITTLEFIELD, 1st Lieut., enlisted Aug 11 1862, age 30; claimed residence Dover; promoted 1st Sergeant; promoted 2nd Lieut July 13 1864 (not mustered); promoted 1st Lieut Nov 23 1864; transferred  Nov 23 1864 from Company K ; transferred Jan 7 1865 from Company C;  mustered out Richmond, VA June 21 1865; last reported residence Lynn, MA.

Source #3

   
William ADAMS, credited to Bedford, Hillsborough; died of disease at Falmouth January 12, 1863. Source #1
William ALLEN, Hanover; enlisted Dec. 12, 1863; transferred to Co. A 2nd N. H. Vol., June 21, 1865; discharged Dec. 19, 1865. Source #4
Andrew S. CAMPBELL, credited to Bedford, Hillsborough; deserted at Falmouth, January 22, 1863. Source #1
Charles S. CAMPBELL, credited to Bedford, Hillsborough; discharged disabled May 17, 1864. Source #1
Daniel S. CAMPBELL, credited to Bedford, Hillsborough; discharged disabled October 14, 1864. Source #1
George CAMPBELL, credited to Bedford, Hillsborough; served three years. Source #1

Isaac CAMPBELL, credited to Bedford, Hillsborough; captured at Fair Oaks, VA. October 27, 1864, died at Andersonville prison.

Source #1
John H. CAMPBELL,  credited to Bedford, Hillsborough; served three years. Source #1
Page CAMPBELL, credited to Bedford, Hillsborough; died of wounds received March 11, 1864. Source #1
Silas CAMPBELL, credited to Bedford, Hillsborough; wounded at Fredericksburg December, 1862. Source #1
George A. BLOOD, credited to Bedford, Hillsborough; died Portsmouth, VA. November 19, 1863 Source #1
Stephen DUNBAR, Private, enlisted Aug 9 1862, age 44; discharged disability on 27 November 1862; died Dec. 21, 1862 Source #3
Walter KATON, Private, first enlisted Jul 20 1861 in Co. B, 18th Mass. Infantry, age 33; resided North Attleboro, MA.; discharged disabled Dec 31 1862 in New York City; on Aug 10 1863 enlisted in Co. D, 10th NHV as a substitute; discharged June 5 1865. Source #4, #5
George W. PEABODY, Private, enlisted Aug 11 1862, age 22; claimed residence Hooksett; promoted Corpl Dec 1 1863; mustered out Richmond, VA June 21 1865; last reported residence Hooksett.    Source #3
William A. PHILBRICK, credited to Bedford, Hillsborough; served three years. Robert W. Philbrook
Director
Philbrick & Philbrook Family Association
George W. TOWLE, credited to Hooksett, Merrimack; Private, enlisted Aug 11, 1862, age 23; also served 1st NH Cavalry, Troop S; died Jan 1, 1915.
Alfred TOWNS, Private, b. 1826 Goffstown, NH; enl. Aug 15,'62; must. in Sept. 1,'62;
Wounded severely at Drewry's Bluff, VA. May 16, '64; disch. for disability Jan 25, '65. His wife Adaline applied for a pension and is in the 1890 Census of NH.
Source #2

Source(s):

  1. The History of Hillsborough, New Hampshire (1885), transcribed by Fred Kunchick

  2. "The Revised Register of Soldiers and Sailors of NH in the War of the Rebellion  1861-1866 "  prepared and published by authority of the Legislature by Agustus D Ayling, Adjutant General   Concord, NH  Ira C Evans Public Printer 1895: Found at the NH Historical Society in Concord, Page 549. Transcribed by Merle F Kincade

  3.  Register of Soldiers and Sailors of New Hampshire 1861-65 (1895): transcribed by Fred Kunchick 

  4. A History of the Town of Hanover, N.H. Lord, John King, The Dartmouth Press. New Hampshire. 1828. transcribed by Fred Kunchick

  5. Massachusetts Soldiers, Sailors and Marines in the Civil War. Published in 1931-37 by Adjutant General

  6. Massachusetts GAR: Journal of the Annual Encampment. Published in 1907-42


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