Fourteenth New Hampshire Company C Roster
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Luther Martin PARKER, a Sgt. He enlisted 8-7-1862 in Keene, NH and died of Typho-Malarial fever 6-29-1865, in Savannah, GA. He is buried in the Nat. Cemetery, Beaufort, SC.
Source: The Fred A. Parker Family History, 1984
Alphonso A. ADAMS, Private, resided Marlborough, NH; enlisted Sept 22 1862, age 27; discharge disabled Oct 81864 Concord, NH; applied for pension #1151040 27 May 1893; his widow, Mary E Adams, applied for pension #894859 11 May 1908.
John R. GREEN, Manchester, Hillsborough
|Henry KINGSBURY, who live in Sullivan for a time, enlisted from Keene; He died at Westmoreland, June 12, 1895.||Source #2|
Dauphin SPAULDING, 2d, was temporarily engaged on work in Keene when he enlisted, although he still owned his place in Sullivan, which was properly his home. Unfortunately he was credited to Keene. He enlisted Aug. 18, mustered in, Sept. 22, 1862, as a private; He died of disease, at Washington, D. C., Feb. 7, 1864. His body was returned to Sullivan and buried in the cemetery at East Sullivan, lot IX, 39. The funeral was at the house of his father, Dexter Spaulding.
The History of Hillsborough, New Hampshire (1885); transcribed by Fred Kunchick
Register of Soldiers and Sailors of New Hampshire 1861-65. Published in 1895; transcribed by Fred Kunchick
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