18th New Hampshire Regiment Company I Roster
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|Horace H. ROLFE, resided Concord, NH; enlisted Company H, 8th Infantry Regiment Maine; enlisted Sergeant August 5 1862, age 28; Company F, 9th Infantry Regiment New Hampshire; transferred & promoted 2nd Lieutenant October 5 1862; resigned March 11 1863; commission Company E, 2nd Heavy Artillery Regiment Massachusetts October 5 1863; transferred May 17 1864 in Hampton Roads, VA to Navy Regiment UN; discharged November 18 1864; enlisted Company I, 18th Infantry Regiment New Hampshire February 20 1865; promoted 2nd Lieutenant July 29 1865 (Not Mustered); mustered out July 29 1865.|
|Frank E. AMADEN, Private, enlisted March 1 1865, age 18; mustered out 29 July 1865; applied for pension #1076575 Dec 9 1891.||
|Henry C. GOSS||Epsom, NH Civil War Soldiers|
|Alvin W. HOUGHTON, Private, resided Medway, MA; enlisted March 18 1865; mustered out July 29 1865. [first enlisted Co. E, 2nd Infantry Regiment MA. May 25 1861, age 18; mustered out May 23 1864.]|
Register of Soldiers and Sailors of New Hampshire 1861-65. Published in 1895; transcribed by Fred Kunchick
Massachusetts Soldiers, Sailors and Marines in the Civil War. Published in 1931-37 by Adjutant General; transcribed by Fred Kunchick
History of Medway, MA 1745-1885. Published in 1886; transcribed
by Fred Kunchick
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