Twelfth New Hampshire Regiment Staff Roster

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Joseph H. POTTER, Colonel, of Concord
Thomas E. BARKER, Colonel, of Barnstead
John F. MARSH, Lt. Colonel, of Hudson
George D. SAVAGE, Lt. Colonel, of Alton
John F. LANGLEY, Major, of Pittsfield
Nathaniel SHACKFORD, Major, of Holderness
Daniel S. BEDEE, Adjutant, of Meredith
Andrew M. HEATH, Adjutant, of Loudon
Rufus E. GALE, Adjutant, of Gilmanton
Isaiah WINCH, Quartermaster, of Meredith
Hadley B. FOWLER, M. D. Major, son of Capt. Fowler of Co. C , enlisted as a private Aug. 18, 1862, At a meeting held in Laconia Aug. 26, 1862, by the regiment, he was elected surgeon, and was commissioned as such by the governor, and mustered into the U. S. service Aug. 28, with the rank of major. He served the entire term of his regiment and was mustered out with it June 21, 1865. At Warrenton, Va., in the fall of 1862, he was taken prisoner with his father and son, Geo. H. Fowler, who, at thirteen years of age, was serving as servant for his father; but they were exchanged or paroled some months later. He was present for duty as surgeon at every battle in which his regiment was engaged except Fredericksburg, when he was a prisoner of war. At Chancellorsville he had charge of the brigade field hospital, and was operating surgeon of the 2nd Brig., 2nd Div., 3rd Corps at Gettysburg. He was chief operator of the 18th Corps at Drury's Bluff, and on the day of the battle of Cold Harbor, took charge of the 18th Corps hospital, and held this position till the fall of  1864, when he was sent, by the War Department, to Ohio, as one of a board of examiners to inspect the sick and wounded soldiers in that state. On his return, he was ordered by Gen. B. F. Butler to construct a hospital at Point of Rocks, Va., for the Army of the James, and was in charge of the same till the hospital was no longer needed. In this hospital he had 3,500 beds for patients; 500 for attendants and officers; 34 surgeons; 3 chaplains; a quartermaster and a commissary, 5 stewards, 31 ward masters, 25 matrons, 300 nurses, 75 cooks, and 85 officers and men for guard duty. The management of this hospital required executive ability of a rare order, but Maj. Fowler was equal to the occasion, and he had a model hospital. In May, 1865, he received an appointment from the War Dept., to the Freeman's Bureau, under Gen. O. O. Howard, but declined.
Charles W. HUNT, Ass't. Surgeon, of Laconia
Samuel P. CARBEE, Ass't. Surgeon, of Bath
John H. SANBORN, Ass't. Surgeon, of Meredith
Thomas L. AMBROSE, Chaplain, of Ossipee
Josiah B. HIGGINS, Chaplain
Edwin E. BEDEE, Sergeant Major
Asa W. BARTLETT, Sergeant Major, enlisted as Musican Aug 21 1862, age 22; claimed residence Pittsfield; transferred March 2 1863 from Company F and promoted Sergt Major; transferred March 3 1864 to Company G and promoted 2nd Lieut; transferred on 15 July 1864 from Company G to Company K and promoted 1st Lieut; transferred Sept 28 1864 from Company K to Company C  and promoted Capt.; discharged disabled March 18 1865; last reported rsidence Pittsfield.

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Frederick P. RHODES, Sergeant Major, of New Hampton
Edward F. GORDON, Sergeant Major, of New Hampton
David S. DOCKHAM, Sergeant Major, of Gilmanton
Josiah H. PRESCOTT, Quartermaster Sergeant
George W. EDWARDS, Quartermaster Sergeant
John H. PRESCOTT, Commissary Sergeant
George B. LANE, Commissary Sergeant, of Gilford
Thomas E. HUNT, Hospital Steward, of Gilford
James S. BAKER, Musicians, of Holderness
Ira C. EVANS, Musicians, of Concord

Source(s):

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

  2. The History of New Ipswich, NH 1735-1914 (1914); transcribed by Fred Kunchick

  3. History of the Town of Bristol, Vol 1. R. W. Musgrove, Bristol, NH 1904 transcribed by Fred Kunchick

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


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