Second New Hampshire Regiment Company K Roster

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Samuel O. BURNHAM, of Pembroke, enlisted May 9, 1861 in Co. E; commissioned 2d Lt. Co. B, and mustered in June 4, 1861; severely wounded, Williamsburg, Va., May 5, 1862; app. Capt., Co. K, Aug. 25, 1862; discharge to date June 17, 1863; transferred to the Veterans' Reserve Corps, Sept., 1863.

Source #3

Charles W. PATCH, Lieutenant; Killed July 2, 1863.

 
   

George ALTLAND, Private,  also served in the 12th New Hampshire, Company E.

 

Benjamin F. ASHTON, resided Manchester.

Source #1

John W. BELL, Private, claimed residence New Castle; enlisted May 21 1861, age 21; discharged Washington, DC May 22 1862; last reported residence Haverhill, MA; died May 11 1913.     

Source #4

James CURLEY, resided Manchester.

Source #1

Whitney DUNLAP, resided Keene.

Source #2

Dr. John HAYNES, Private, enlisted June 8 1861 in Londonderry, NH, age 31; discharged Aug 7 Washington, DC; resided Londonderry; Promoted Assistant Surgeon Sept 9 1862 and commission in the 10th NHV. mustered out July 6 1863.

Source #4, #6

Benjamin KIMBALL, Private, enlisted August 12 1864, age 21 haven't found what Regiment he enlisted in; transferred K Co. 2nd Inf Reg. NH (date unknown); mustered out December 19 1865; drowned Dec. 19, 1870, Wolfeborough, NH. (still trying to find first Regiment he enlisted in before being transfer to Co K.)            

Source #4, #5

Charles H. KIMBALL, Private, claimed residence Portsmouth; enlisted September 23 1862, age 32; transferred K Co. 2nd Inf Reg. NH  (date unknown); mustered out October 9 1863; Died Sept. 2, 1883. (still trying to find first Regiment he enlisted in before being transfer to Co K.)            

Source #4, #5

Samuel C. RICHARDSON, resided Keene.

Source #2

Charles G. SERGANT, reside Manchester.

Source #1

Edward R. STEVENS, reside Keene.

Source #2

John SWEENEY, Private; of Pembroke;  enlisted and mustered in Nov. 16, 1863; transferred to Navy April 30, 1864; served on U. S. ships Calypso and Ft. Jackson; discharged Aug. 7, 1865.

Source #3

James WATSON, resided Keene.

Source #2

Augustus WHITE, resided Marlboro.

 

Source(s):

  1. The History of Hillsborough, New Hampshire (1885); transcribed by Fred Kunchick
  2. A History of the Town of Keene, NH (1904); transcribed by Fred Kunchick
  3. History of Pembroke, New Hampshire Author: Rev. N. F. Carter (1895); transcribed by Fred Kunchick
  4. Register of Soldiers and Sailors of New Hampshire 1861-65 (1895): transcribed by Fred Kunchick
  5. National Parks Service Civil War Soldier and Sailors System
  6. History of New Hampshire Surgeons in the War of the Rebellion. Published in 1906

     


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