Thirdteenth New Hampshire Regiment Company K Roster

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George W. BERRY, son of John C. and Sarah A. (Bean) Berry, born in Pittsfield, was mustered into service August 14, 1863, and immediately joined his regiment in Virginia. He was wounded severely June 15, 1864; was taken prisoner and carried to Petersburg, and died the next day. He was a jovial boy, but well behaved towards all. In his first engagement, and at nearly the beginning of the action, Berry captured a prisoner; as he was taking him to the rear, he saw the major of his regiment, who called out,-- "That's right; bring your man up here, and I'll take care of him." "Not by a darned sight," replied Berry, "if you want one, go down there and get him; there are plenty more in those bushes," and he indicated the place by pointing over his shoulder with his thumb.

Nathaniel GUNNISON

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Isaac H. M. PRAY, Private, enlisted Aug 7 1862, age 19; claimed residence Portsmouth; Mustered Out at Richmond, VA on 21 June 1865; last reported residence Kittery, ME    

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


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