Fifth New Hampshire Regiment

 Company G Roster

 

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Name Submitter(s)

Frank TRAVIS, Sergt.; born Scotland; age 40; enlisted Aug. 17, 1864, appointed sergeant; missing Farmville, VA., Apr. 7, 1865; gained from missing and reduced to ranks May 23, 1865; reported on muster-out roll June 12, 1865, as absent without leave; no further record.  (SUBSTITUTE)

Source #4

Henry SUDELOT, Corpl.; born Canada; age 27; enlisted Aug. 9, 1864;  appointed corporal; mustered out June 28, 1865. (SUBSTITUTE)

Source #4

Thomas B. LANGLEY, Musician, enlisted Sept 12 1862, age 19; credited Manchester, Hillsborough; discharged Alexandria, VA  May 30 1865; last reported residence National Military Home, CA.

Source #1,Source #3
   
Edmund B. CHADBORN, Credited Charlestown, Sullivan enlisted Oct 12, 1861; died at Shippoint, VA. April 24, 1862. Source #2
Daniel K. CROSS, Hanover Source #5
Charles H. BACON, Private, enlisted Sept 27 1861, age 19; claimed residence Claremont; discharged disabled Oct 27 1862; died July 25 1877 Claremont; Delia Hoyt applied for pension May 4 1916 #1066044CT.      Source #3
George W. BROOKS, Credited Charlestown, Sullivanre-enlisted in Co. G, Feb. 19, 1864, promoted to corporal; captured June 2, 1864; mustered out June 17, 1865. Source #2
A. C. BEMIS, Credited Charlestown, Sullivan enlisted Oct 12, 1861; wounded slightly June 23, 1864; discharged disabled. Source #2
Joseph BRISLAND, Credited Charlestown, Sullivanen listed Dec 10, 1863 for three years; transferred from Company G., to the 9th New Hampshire June 1, 1865. Source #2
Thomas BURNS, Private, enlisted Oct 12 1861, age 22, claimed residence Claremont; credited Manchester, Hillsborough; discharged disabled Point Lookout, MD June  6 1863; last reported residence Claremont.  Source #1,Source #3
James DOLON, Jr., Credited Charlestown, Sullivan, enlisted Oct 12, 1861; discharged for disabled at Concord, NH., July 25, 1862. Source #2
George H. HACKETT, Credited Charlestown, Sullivan, enlisted Oct 12, 1861; wounded at Gettysburg, died of wounds at Fort Schuyler, NY., Nov 12, 1863. Source #2
Moses C. HEATH, son of Nathaniel, was 32 years of age when he enlisted, Aug. 12, 1862, from Concord. He was wounded at Fredericksburg, Va., and again at Cold Harbor, and discharged May 31, 1865. Source #4
Lewis HOLDEN, Credited Charlestown, Sullivan, enlisted March 1862 for three years; was discharged soon after the 7 days retreat. He then enlisted in the 8th CT. Vol. for three years; served two, was one of the first to enter Richmond. After being discharged he enlisted in the U.S. Infantry; served three years on the Texas frontier. He was promoted to sergeant and discharged at Fort Ringold 1868. Source #2

Thomas JOHNSON, born Newburyport, Mass.; age, 22; enlisted Aug. 7, 1863; transferred from Co. K Nov. 20, 1864; mustered out June 28, 1865. (SUBSTITUTE)

Source #4

Daniel W. KIMBALL, Hanover; enlisted Nov. 24, 1863; transferred from Co. K Nov. 23, 1864; to 168th Co. 2nd Battl. Vol. R. Cav. April 17, 1865; discharged June 8, 1865.

Source #5

Webster NASH, Credited Charlestown, Sullivan, Oct 12, 1861, killed at Fair Oaks, VA., June 1, 1862. Source #2
Daniel PIERCE, Credited Charlestown, Sullivan, enlisted Oct 12, 1861; discharged disabled Jan 8, 1863. Source #2
William Blake ROBERTSON, Credited Charlestown, Sullivan, enlisted Oct 12, 1861; discharged March 25, 1862; died of consumption at Charlestown, NH., Sept 17, 1871. Source #2
Thomas SMITH, Credited Manchester, Hillsborough Source #1
William SPAULDING, born Canada; age, 20; enlisted Aug. 23, 1864, was at battle of Farmville, VA., Apr. 7, 1865, and missing after the fight; gained from missing and discharged, June 27, 1865, at Philadelphia, PA. (SUBSTITUTE) Source #4
John THOMPSON, Private, enlisted Grafton, Sept 9 1864, age 19; discharged Washington, DC June 6 1865. Source #3
Otis THOMPSON, credited Charlestown, Sullivan, killed at Gettysburg, PA., July 2, 1863. Source #2
James TOBEN, born Ireland; age 32; enlisted Aug. 6, 1864; discharged for disability Dec. 2, 1864. (SUBSTITUTE) Source #4
Delphus TROCHA, born France; age 19; enlisted Aug. 12, 1864; deserted Sept. 16, 1864. (SUBSTITUTE) Source #4
John VELON, Private, enlisted Sandwich Aug 16 1864, age 20; Shot for Desertion Near Petersburg, VA Oct 24 1864, (Sentence by GCM).  (substitute) Source #3
George A. WHEELER, credited Charlestown, Sullivan enlisted Oct 12, 1861; wounded Dec 13, 1862; died of Wounds Dec 16, 1862. Source #2
William WOODS, credited Charlestown, Sullivan, Feb 19, 1864 promoted sergeant; killed at Petersburg, VA June 17, 1865. Source #2

Source(s):

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

  2. The History of Charlestown, NH; transcribed by Fred Kunchick

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

  4. History of the Town of Bristol, Vol 1. R. W. Musgrove, Bristol, NH 1904. 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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