Men of the First New Hampshire Regiment Companies unknown at this time

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Post and Read Queries  ~~~ Post and Read Records

Name Researcher(s)

J.E. ANDREWS,  credited to Nashua, Hillsborough; served in 1st, 3rd & 4th regiments

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Zachariah CHANDLER, credited to Bedford, Hillsborough

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Asher CURTIS, (2d), credited to Lyndeborough, Hillsborough

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Hiram F CURTIS, credited to Lyndeborough, Hillsborough

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William R. DUNCKLEE, credited to Lyndeborough, Hillsborough

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Martin HALE, credited to Lyndeborough, Hillsborough

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William LANGDELL, credited to Lyndeborough, Hillsborough

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Harvey M. NEWTON, credited to Lyndeborough, Hillsborough

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William ORDWAY, credited to Lyndeborough, Hillsborough

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Horace M. PRESCOTT,  served in the 1st Regt. and enlisted in Co. C, 7th Regt., Sept. 26, 1861; was appointed sergeant, Nov. 15, 1861; reduced to the ranks, July 4, 1862, at his own request; convicted of forgery by general court martial; escaped from guard house and deserted Dec. 13, 1862, at St. Augustine, Fla.; apprehended at New York city, June 3, 1863, and delivered next day at Governor's Island; no further records in adjutant general's office. Relatives claim last letters received from him were dated Camp Parole, Richmond, where he was awaiting exchange.  Source #3
George H. ROBBINS, credited to Merrimack, Hillsborough; born at Nashua; enlisted April 30, 1861 age 21; mustered out Aug 9, 1861. Merrimack Soldiers Fought for New Hampshire in the Civil War

Hiram M. TARBELL, credited to Lyndeborough, Hillsborough

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Henry C. WILLIAMS, credited to Merrimack, Hillsborough; resided in Nashua; enlisted May 2, 1861 age 24; mustered out Aug 9, 1861. Merrimack Soldiers Fought for New Hampshire in the Civil War
Ransom R. WHEELER, (credited to Sutton), enlisted Apr. 26, 1861, also served in the 4th N.H. Vols and the 3rd N.H. Vols. Source #2

Source(s):

  1. The History of Hillsborough, New Hampshire (1885) transcribed by Fred Kunchick

  2. The History of the Town of New London, N. H. 1779-1899 by Myra Lord. Transcribed by Don Davis

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


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