Fourth New Hampshire Regiment Company H Roster

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Wayland BALLOU, Lieut., enlisted from Hill, Sept. 12, 1861; He reenlisted Feb. 18, '64; wounded, July 13, 1864; appointed sergeant; discharged, Feb. 28, 1865, to accept promotion; appointed second lieutenant Co. I, 6th Inf., U. S. Colored Troops, and mustered Feb. 9, 1865, to date Nov. 19, 1864; mustered out, Sept. 20,18'65.


Henry M. HICKS, 2nd Lieut., enlisted Sept 10 1861 as Sergeant, age 24; claimed residence Haverhill; promoted  2nd Lieut and transferred from Company I Oct 25 1862; promoted 1st Lieut on 08 February 1863; discharged disabled Sept 14  1864.

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Weston BALLOU, enlisted from Hill Sept. 10, 1861; wounded, July 13, 1864, near Petersburg, Va.; mustered out, Sept. 27, 1864.


Charles H. BARTLETT, Credited to Manchester, Hillsborough

Source #1

JAY P. BASSETT, son of Samuel and Sarah (Cram) Bassett, born Pittsfield; enlisted Dec 24, 1863 and served until the close of the war. He was last living at Fremont, N. H.


George S. BIXBY

Epsom, NH Civil War Soldiers

William BONNER, Credited to Manchester, Hillsborough

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Orren BUSH, Credited to Manchester, Hillsborough

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Epsom, NH Civil War Soldiers

Jacob H. DOW, was a native of Claremont, but for some years had been a resident of Bristol, and was 41 years of age when he enlisted, May 30, 1861. For some reason he was not assigned to any regiment or mustered into the U. S. service under this enlistment, but did service at Portsmouth, until discharged, Aug. 17, following. The next day he reenlisted in the 14th Regt. He was discharged for disability at Morris Island, S. C., Oct. 31, 1863. He died at Hill Apr. 20,1884.

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William M. EDMUNDS, Private; of Pembroke; enlisted and mustered in Sept. 18, 1861; re-enlisted Jan. 1, 1864; wounded July 5, 1864; died of wounds, Petersburg, Va., July 6, 1864.

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Epsom, NH Civil War Soldiers

Curtis R. HARTLY, Credited to Manchester, Hillsborough

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George H. HOYT

Epsom, NH Civil War Soldiers

Herman KARNOFF, Hanover; enlisted Oct. 17, 1863; wounded May 16, 1864, Drewry's Bluff, Va., and July 30, 1864, Petersburg, Va.; died Sept. 4, 1864. (SUB)

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Bartholomew MALONEY, Credited to Manchester, Hillsborough

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Samuel D. MARCKREY, Credited to Manchester, Hillsborough

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Daniel H. MAY, Credited to Manchester, Hillsborough

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William MCDONNELL, Hanover; enlisted Oct. 17, 1863; sick, absent since Dec. 16, 1863; no further record in Adjutant General's office.

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Franklin L. TANDY, Born in Epsom, NH, July 1825, the son of David Tandy and Ruhamah Libby. Mustered in, along with his son, 18 year old Josiah C. Tandy, on August 16th, 1862.
Was killed in action, on July 30th, 1864 at "the mine explosion"-"of a wound received in the assault of the enemy works"-"by the enemy" at Petersburg, Virginia, during the Battle of the Crater. His burial site, to date, is unknown. His enlistment papers describe him as 5'6'' tall with gray eyes and brown hair. He was 37 when he enlisted.

Bob Trenoweth, Sources: NARA Military and pension records in his possession

Josiah C. TANDY, Born in Concord, NH, on Nov.23, 1846, the son of Franklin L. Tandy and Eliza B. Hutchinson. He was 18 years old when he mustered in on August 16th, 1862, at Concord, NH. Josiah was wounded August 12, 1864 at Deep Bottom, Virginia, having the first joint of his index finger on his left hand severed by a gunshot wound. He rejoined the Fourth a few months later and was mustered out June 15, 1865. Josiah was a member of the GAR in Concord, NH. He died on December 27, 1923. (Photo of Josiah in his GAR uniform ca.1915, also this site has his family tree)

Bob Trenoweth, Sources: NARA Military and pension records in his possession


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

  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

  4. History of Pembroke, New Hampshire Author: Rev. N. F. Carter (1895); transcribed by Fred Kunchick

  5. 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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