Men of the Second New Hampshire Regiment Companies unknown at this time
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George F. BARTLETT, Private, claimed residence Portsmouth; enlisted Dec 5 1864, age 28; deserted enroute to Galloup's Island, MA Dec 171864
|Samuel J. BEARD, Credited to New Boston, Hillsborough; enlisted in April 1861 for three months, re-enlisted in May 1861 for three years, wounded at Oak Green, VA., and discharged on account of his wounds.||Source #1|
|Edmund DASCOMB, Credited to Greenfield, Hillsborough; 2nd Lieutenant, wounded July 13, 1863; died July 13, 1863; grave 11, section A, Gettysburg Cemetery, New Hampshire lot.||Source #1|
|James DONNOLLY, Credited to Manchester, Hillsborough||Source #1|
|John M. FOX, Credited to Mont Vernon, Hillsborough; enlisted in April 1861 for three months, re-enlisted in May 1861 for three years.||Source #3|
Daniel H. GREENE, Credited to Milford, Hillsborough; listed in April 1861 for three months, re-enlisted in May 1861 for three years, was wounded at Gettysburg and appointed Corporal.
|Charles O. GOULD, Credited to Merrimack, Hillsborough resided in Merrimack; enlisted Aug 14, 1862 age 44; wounded severely and missing in action July 2, 1863 at Gettysburg, PA. in the fight at Peach Orchard; he was killed at Drewry's Bluff, VA. May 16, 1864.||Merrimack Soldiers Fought for New Hampshire in the Civil War|
|Albert S. HUTCHINSON, Credited to Milford, Hillsborough||Source #2|
|Samuel KASKIE, Credited to Manchester, Hillsborough||Source #1|
|Edward C. LOCKE, of Pembroke||Source #4|
|William H. RAMSDELL, Credited to Milford, Hillsborough;||Source #2|
|William G. STARK, Credited to Manchester, Hillsborough||Source #1|
|John WILLIAMS, Credited to Manchester, Hillsborough||Source #1|
|Charles WING, Credited to Manchester, Hillsborough||Source #1|
The History of Hillsborough, New Hampshire (1885); transcribed by Fred Kunchick
The History of Milford, NH (1901); transcribed by Fred Kunchick
History of Mont Vernon, NH (1907); transcribed by Fred Kunchick
History of Pembroke, New Hampshire Author: Rev. N. F. Carter (1895); transcribed by Fred Kunchick
Register of Soldiers and Sailors of New Hampshire 1861-65 (1895): transcribed by Fred Kunchick
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