Men of the First New Hampshire Heavy Artillery Regiment who served in Companies unknown at this time

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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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Levi H. SLEEPER, Sergeant, enlisted from Manchester Apr. 22, 1861, in Co. I, 2nd Regt., for three months; not mustered; reenlisted, May 22, 1861, for three years; mustered out, June 21, 1864; enlisted, Aug. 20, 1864, 1st Regt. Heavy Artillery, for one year; mustered in as corporal; appointed sergeant, May 1, 1865; mustered out, June 15, 1865. 

Source #2

Charles F. BARTLETT, Corpl.; claimed residence Unity, enlisted Aug 31 1862, age 22,  Mustered Out on 11 September 1865;  Last Reported Residence at Bristol, CT.

Source #3

Russell R. COCHRANE, enlisted Aug. 19 1864, age, 22; a native of New Hampton. He saw service in the defenses of Washington; mustered out, Sept. 11 1865.

Source #2

Abel M. COLBY

Merrimack Soldiers Fought for New Hampshire in the Civil War

John E DOLLLOFF, Private; claimed residence in Watertown, MA; farmer; enlisted July 2, 1861, age 19; discharged disabled at Portsmouth Harbor on 17 January 1865; last reported residence at St. Johnsbury, VT 

Source #3

George W. FLINT 

Merrimack Soldiers Fought for New Hampshire in the Civil War

Horace S. GOULD 

Merrimack Soldiers Fought for New Hampshire in the Civil War

James HALE 

Merrimack Soldiers Fought for New Hampshire in the Civil War

Henry A. HEATH, was residing in New Hampton and 18 years old when he enlisted, Apr. 18, 1861, for three months. There being no place for more three months' men, he reenlisted for three years, May 15, 1861, and was in the state service till Sept. 30, 1861, when he again enlisted, this time in Co. C, 7th Regt., and served till Sept. 29, 1862, when he was discharged for disability. May 27, 1863, he re-enlisted in the 1st Co. Heavy Artillery, and was mustered out Sept. 11, 1865. 

Source #2

George W. HAM 

Epsom, NH Civil War Soldiers

Albert R. HOLBROOK, credited Bedford, Hillsborough, killed at Peterburg, VA., July 1864.

Source #1

Silas HOLBROOK, credited Bedford, Hillsborough, wounded severely Dec, 1863, discharge disabled Dec 14, 1864.

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Charles H. LONGA 

Merrimack Soldiers Fought for New Hampshire in the Civil War

James W. LONGA

Merrimack Soldiers Fought for New Hampshire in the Civil War

John H. LONGA 

Merrimack Soldiers Fought for New Hampshire in the Civil War

Horatio LONGA 

Merrimack Soldiers Fought for New Hampshire in the Civil War

Tyler T. LONGA  

Merrimack Soldiers Fought for New Hampshire in the Civil War

John LORD, credited Bedford, Hillsborough, wounded, transferred to V. R. Corps.

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Edward MCKEEVER  

Merrimack Soldiers Fought for New Hampshire in the Civil War

Aaron MEARS

Merrimack Soldiers Fought for New Hampshire in the Civil War

James L. NASH

Merrimack Soldiers Fought for New Hampshire in the Civil War

Charles W. PARKER  

Merrimack Soldiers Fought for New Hampshire in the Civil War

Nathan A. PARKER  

Merrimack Soldiers Fought for New Hampshire in the Civil War

John A. PATTEN, credited Bedford, Hillsborough, enlisted March 21, 1865, for one year.

Source #1

Edward H. PATTEN, credited Bedford, Hillsborough, enlisted March 21, 1865, for one year.

Source #1

George W. PIERCE 

Epsom, NH Civil War Soldiers

John L. ROBBINS  

Merrimack Soldiers Fought for New Hampshire in the Civil War

Orison SANDERSON  

Merrimack Soldiers Fought for New Hampshire in the Civil War

Charles O. WILKINSON  

Merrimack Soldiers Fought for New Hampshire in the Civil War

Sources:

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

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

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


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