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This is a work in progress (this is not a complete roster). If you are a researcher and have a Web page of anyone on this Roster and want a link on this page or have any information to add please eMail me with the information and the source.

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Name

Submitter(s)

Levi HOYT, Corporal; was a native of Grafton, and 22 years old when he enlisted, Mar. 14, 1864. He was appointed corporal; wounded Mar. 2,1865, at Waynesboro, VA.; discharged, May 20, 1865, at Frederick City, MD.

Charles G. JENNESS, Corporal, credited Bristol, was born in Chichester, and 21 years old when he enlisted, Mar. 11, 1864. He was appointed corporal May 1, 1864, and mustered out July 15,1865; 1887 member of Sampson Post [Veterans Organization].

Source #5

Warren SMITH, Corporal, mustered in as a Private March 24, 1864; promoted to corporal May 1, 1864; wounded severely August 25, 1864; died of wounds soon after; from Hudson, NH.

Nathaniel E. BEERS/BEECE/BEERES, Blacksmith, enlisted as private.

Source #6
   

George B./George F. ANDERSON, Private

Source #6

David A. CONNOR, credited to Manchester, Hillsborough

Source #1

Franklin W. BELCHER, Private, was born in Francestown, enlisted Mar. 24, 1864, age 20; saw service in the Army of the Potomac. He died of disease at Darnestown, MD., Apr. 30, 1865.

Source #2, #6

Edwin A. BARNES, Private, transferred from Co E.

Source #6

George BATES, Private

Source #6

Story H. GATES, Private, age 18,Claimed Residence in Lebanon, enlisted Sept 10 1862, Promoted to Sergt on May 1 1864, Last Reported Residence Portsmouth, NH, Mustered Out Cloud's Mills, VA  July 15 1865.

Source #4

Philip GOODRICH, Hanover

Source #7

William T. GRANT, also served in Company I, 6th NH.  

Epsom, NH Civil War Soldiers

Leonard HADLY, Private, enlisted March 22 1864, age 38; claimed residence Plainfield;    promoted Wagoner May 1 1864; mustered out Cloud's Mills, VA July 15 1865; died Dec. 5, 1892, Plainfield, NH

Source #4

David W. PARKS, credited Charleston, Sullivan; mustered March 29, 1864.

Sullivan MARSTON, Private, enlisted Mar 10 1864, age 44; discharged Washington, DC  June 13 1865; last reported residence Newport, NH.      

Source #3

Thomas E. PEABODY, Private, was born in Nashua, and was 18 years old when he enlisted, Mar. 24, 1864. He was reported missing, June 30, 1864, on Wilson's Raid on Weldon railroad in VA.; gained from missing; discharged, June 22, 1865, at Concord.

Source #1, #4

Benjamin SAUNDERS, of Bristol; he first enlisted Aug. 11, 1862 in 12th New Hampshire Company C.. He was wounded at Chancellorsville, and discharged Oct. 22, 1863, at Washington. Mar. 15, 1864, he enlisted in the 1st Regt. Vol. Cavalry, Company A; June 30, 1864, he was captured on Wilson's Raid on the Weldon railroad, and died Nov. 1, 1864, in prison at Florence, SC.; both enlistments credited to Bristol.

Source #2, #4

Oliver P. SMITH, Private; enlisted March 19 1864; promoted Corpl. May 1 1864; first enlisted as a Private Dec 27 1861, age 18 in the 17th New Hampshire, Company A; credited to Whitefield, Coos; also served in the 2nd New Hampshire Company A and the 5th New Hampshire Company F; mustered out Cloud's Mills, VA. July 15 1865; last reported residence at Whitefield, NH.

Source #3

Kendal H. THOMAS, Private, age 19, Claimed Residence in Lebanon, enlisted Sept 2 1862, Promoted to Saddler, Last Reported Residence Lebanon, NH, Transferred on 01 January 1863 from Company K to Company A, Mustered Out Cloud's Mills, VA on 15 July 1865.    

Source #4

John WILLIAMS, credited Charleston, Sullivan.

Edgar S. WOLF, Private, resided and credited to Charleston, Sullivan; enlisted March 19 1864, age 19; mustered out Cloud's Mills, VA July 15 1865; last reported residence Boston, MA. 

Source #4

Source(s):

  1. The History of Hillsborough, New Hampshire (1885); History of Charleston, NH;

  2. History of the Town of Bristol Grafton County New Hampshire, Volume 1, Chapter XIX, by Richard W. Musgrove Bristol, N. H. Printed by R. W. Musgrove 1904. Transcribed by Fred Kunchick

  3. Register of Soldiers and Sailors of New Hampshire 1861-65 (1895): transcribed by Fred Kunchick

  4. History of Rochester 1722-1890 F. McDuffee Vol I Manchester 1892 p. 238; Soldiers & Sailors of NH in the War of the Rebellion 1861-1866 <>P 871. transcribed by Earl Dunn

  5. National Parks Service Civil War Soldier and Sailors System

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


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