10th New Hampshire Regiment Company Staff
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|Michael Thomas DONOHOE, Colonel, first enlisted as Captain Aug 1 1861 in Co. C, 3rd NHV, age 22; resided Manchester; discharged July 31 1862; promoted to Colonel Aug 6 1862, enlisted 10th NHV Sept 5 1862; wounded Sept 29 1864; promoted Brevet Brig-Gen Mar 1865; mustered out June 21 1865 Richmond, VA.|
|J. Albert SANBORN, 1st Lieutenant, enlisted July 28 1865, age 23; resided Portsmouth; discharged Aug 4 1865.|
|Dr. John HAYNES, Assistant Surgeon, first enlisted as a private June 8 1861 in Co. K 2nd NHV, in Londonderry, NH, age 31; discharged Aug 7 Washington, DC; resided Londonderry; Promoted Assistant Surgeon Sept 9 1862 and commission in the 10th NHV. mustered out July 6 1863.|
|Horatio N. SMALL, Assistant Surgeon, date of Comm. 4/16/1863 in the 13th New Hampshire Regiment; Resided Lancaster; Promoted to Surgeon 10 Regiment NH Vols. 8/20/1863.||
J. Gilligan, Editor for John Clough Society
|Dr. William W. WILKINS, Assistant Surgeon, first enlisted as a private May 9, 1861 in Manchester in Co. I, 2nd NHV, age 30; credited to Bedford, Hillsborough; discharged disabled Sept 28, 1861; enlisted US Navy Oct 21, 1861; resigned Dec 22 1862; Commission Assistant Surgeon 10th NHV Sept 11, 1863; resigned July 21 1864.|
The History of Hillsborough, New Hampshire (1885); transcribed by Fred Kunchick
Register of Soldiers and Sailors of New Hampshire 1861-65. Published in 1895
History of New Hampshire Surgeons in the War of the Rebellion. Published in 1906
Hampshire in the Great Rebellion 1861-65. Published in 1870 by Tracy, Chase
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