Fourteenth New Hampshire Company G Roster
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Post and Read Queries ~~~ Post and Read Records
|Solon A. CARTER, Captain credited to Keene|
|Calvin ALLEN, Jr., Private, resided Keene, NH, enlisted Dec 8 1863, age 27; mustered out July 8 1865 Savannah, GA; applied for pension #1055345 16 Sept 1891; his young child, Alice F. Allen, applied for pension #841565 20 Jan 1901.||Source #2|
|Lewis ASHEY, credited to Charlestown, Sullivan; enlisted Jan 5, 1864, for 3 years; mustered out July 8, 1865.||Source #2|
|John BAHAN, Private, resided Dublin, NH, enlisted Sept 23 1862, age 23; transferred to Company B, 10th Infantry Regiment RC Jan 10 1865; discharged July 29 1865 Washington, DC.||Source #2|
|John CATE||Epsom, NH Civil War Soldiers|
|Albert L. MOREY, Private; of Sullivan; son of Jeremy, enlisted Aug. 9 1862 mustered in, Sept. 22, 1862; wounded, Oct. 19, 1864, at Cedar Creek, VA.; discharged for disability, Apr. 10, 1865, at Concord. He was working in Dublin and gave the credit of his enlistment to that town. He eventually entered the Soldier's Home at Togus, ME. He died at Augusta, ME., Nov. 5, 1892.||Source #1|
A History of the Town of Sullivan, New Hampshire, Vol 1., Rev. Josiah Lafayette Seward, Privately Published, Keene, NH, (1921); 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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