First New Hampshire Regiment Company I Roster

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Edward Everett STURTEVANT, Captain, resided Keene; was transferred to the New Hampshire Fifth Regiment, Company A.

 

Charles O. BRADLEY, First Sergeant, resided in Concord; enlisted April 19, 1861, age 24; mustered out August 19, 1861.

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Frederick W. PRESCOTT,  Sergeant; enlisted from New Hampton in Co. I, 1st Regt., Apr. 23, 1861, for three months, and served till Aug. 9, following, when the regiment was mustered out. Sept. 26, 1861, enlisted in Co. C, 7th Regt. He was wounded at Fort Wagner, S. C., July 18, 1863; appointed sergeant; captured, Feb. 20, 1864, at Olustee, FL, and confined six months at Andersonville, GA, and three months at Florence, SC.; paroled at Charlestown, SC., Dec. 6. 1864; discharged at Concord, Mar. 28, 1865. 

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Edmund AIKEN, Corporal, resided Concord; enlisted April 22, 1861, age 26; mustered out  Concord, NH   Aug 9 1861; also served in the 5th New Hampshire.

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Amos L. COLBURN, Corporal, claimed residence Concord; enlisted April 28 1861, age 28; mustered out Aug 9 1861; last reported residence Lawrence, MA.

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Benjamin F. EATON,  Musician, claimed residence Hanover; enlisted May 8, 1861, age 30; mustered out Concord NH Aug. 9, 1861; appointed Asst. Surg. 3rd N. H. Vol. Aug. 22, 1861; resigned Oct. 1, 1861.

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Thomas AHERN, Private, resided Enfield; enlisted April 22, 1861, age 21; mustered out Concord, NH   Aug 9 1861; pension applied for 26 March 1891 #1005045 NH; widow pension applied 24 May 1905 Johanna Ahern #828673 RI.

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James Avison BAKER, Private, resided Holderness; enlisted April 20, 1861, age 21; also served in the 3rd New Hampshire, Band Company; last reported residence Lowell, MA;  died  Dec 20 1910.

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Henry S. BROWN, Private, resided Concord; enlisted April 29, 1861, age 20; also served in the 18th New Hampshire.

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Alfred J. BULLOCK, Private, resided Concord; enlisted April 20, 1861, age 21.

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James CASLEY, Private, resided Concord; enlisted April 20, 1861, age 35.

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Aaron B. CATE, Private, resided Holderness; enlisted April 20, 1861, age 30; also served in the 6th New Hampshire.

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Omar W. CATE, Private, resided Holderness; enlisted April 19, 1861, age 18; also served in the 6th New Hampshire.

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Joseph R. CILLEY, Private, claimed residence Epsom, enlisted April 22 1861, age 30, mustered out Aug 9 1861.

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Lewis H. CLAPP, Private, claimed residence Concord, enlisted April 20 1861,age 38, mustered out Aug 9 1861.

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Frank DARLING, Sergt., was a native of Hill, but had resided in Bristol from boyhood, and at date of first enlistment was 22 years old. He enlisted Apr. 23, 1861, for three months, and was mustered out May 4, 1862. Aug. 14, 1862, he re-enlisted in 12th New Hampshire, Co. C and was mustered as sergeant. He was mustered out with the regiment June 21, 1865. In April, 1866, he went to Richmond, Va., where he died some months later.

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James M. DICKEY, also served in Company E, 3rd NH 

  Epsom, NH Civil War Soldiers

Webster HEATH, Sergt. enlisted April 23 1861, for three months; was mustered out Aug 9 1861. June 2 1862, he re-enlisted in the Co. B 9th Regt. for three years, and was mustered in as sergeant. He served in the Army of the Potomac, at the Siege of Vicksburg, and again in the Army of the Potomac, and was mustered out June 10 1865. 

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Charles H. HOME, enlisted Apr. 23, 1861, for three months, and was mustered out with his regiment Aug. 9, 1861;on Sept. 9, 1861, he re-enlisted in Co. F, 2nd Regt. U. S. Sharpshooters for three years, and was discharged for disability Mar. 14,1862.

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William J. HOWE, Private, enlisted Apr 10, 1861, age 23; reside Holderness; mustered out Aug 9 Aug 1861 Concord, NH; on Aug 22, 1862 was promoted to Sergeant and assigned to Co. E, 12th NHV on Sept 5 1862; killed Gettysburg, PA July 2, 1863.

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Moses EASTMAN, Private, was a native of Lowell, Mass., but was a resident of Bristol when the war commenced, and 22 years of age. He was one of the first five who enlisted from Bristol in the 1st Regt., Apr. 23, 1861, for three months. He served with this regiment in Maryland and Virginia, and was mustered out Aug. 9.  Aug. 12, 1862, he re-enlisted in 12th New Hampshire, Co. C. He was discharged for disability Dec. 16, 1862. His first enlistment was credited to Bristol; his second, to Alexandria.

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Charles N. ELA, Private, enlisted 20 April 1861, age 27; mustered out Concord, NH Aug 9 1861; claimed residence Concord; last reported residence Topeka, KA. 

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Horace L. INGALLS, Private; enlisted April 23 1861, for three months, mustered out, Aug  9 1861; Dec 2 1861, he re-enlisted for three years in Co H, 8th Regt., and served in the Department of the Gulf till May 2 1863, when he was discharged. Dec 16 1864, he re-enlisted in Co. G, 18th Regt., for one year, and was mustered the same day as sergeant, and appointed commissary sergeant; mustered out, July 29 1865. In each enlistment he was credited to Bristol and the last time he refused a much larger bounty than Bristol was paying rather than be credited to any other than his native town.

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William C. SILVER, Private

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Source(s):

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

  2. Register of Soldiers and Sailors of New Hampshire 1861-65 (1895).  Transcribed by Fred Kunchick

  3. A History of the Town of Hanover, N.H. by John King Lord, The Dartmouth Press. New Hampshire. 1828. transcribed by Fred Kunchick

  4. National Parks Service Civil War Soldier and Sailors System

  5. These Honored Dead: The Union Casualties at Gettysburg. Published in 1988 by Longstreet House


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