Seventh New Hampshire Regiment Company I Roster

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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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Name Submitter(s)
Perley B. BRYANT, Second Lieutenant  
Heber J. DAVIS, Second Lieutenant, credited Hancock, Hillsborough; to  July 19, 1863,  on February 1864 was first lieutenant of Company A, was transfer to the Staff of Colonel Hawley, was severely wounded at Fredericksburg. Source #1
Charles C. MCPHERSON, Sergeant, credited Bedford, Hillsborough; supposed killed at Fort Wagner, July 18, 1863. Source #1
   
Charles L. BATCHELDER, Private, enlisted Oct 17 1861, age 28; claimed residence Manchester; mustered out Dec 27 1864; died  Manchester, NH, Dec 18 1909.    Source #2
Henry S. BATCHELDER, Private, enlisted Oct 15 1861, age 18; claimed residence Manchester; promoted Sergeant Dec 14 1861; reduced to Private March 1 1864; mustered out Dec 27 1864; last reported residence Jamaica Plain, MA. Source #2
Avery BIXBY, credited Manchester, Hillsborough. Source #1
Newell R. BIXBY, credited Manchester, Hillsborough. Source #1
Calvin BROWN, credited Manchester, Hillsborough. Source #1
Charles CAINE, credited Manchester, Hillsborough. Source #1
Benjamin F. CLARK, credited Manchester, Hillsborough. Source #1
William A. CLIFFORD, credited Manchester, Hillsborough. Source #1
Silas DARRAH, credited Manchester, Hillsborough. Source #1
George W. FISHER  
Joseph FRESCHL, credited Manchester, Hillsborough. Source #1
Wesley GLIDDEN, credited Manchester, Hillsborough. Source #1
Adam GOING, credited Manchester, Hillsborough. Source #1
John HATCH, credited Manchester, Hillsborough. Source #1
John HENNESSEY, credited Manchester, Hillsborough. Source #1
Edwin B. HODGEMAN, credited Manchester, Hillsborough. Source #1
Turfield LARMY, Hanover; enlisted Dec. 29, 1863; wounded May 16, 1864 Drewry's Bluff, Va.; mustered out July 20, 1865. Source #3
Rufus C. LITTLEFIELD, Private, Nov 27 1861, age 39; claimed residence Dover; deserted Manchester, NH July 1 1862.  Source #2
John G. MARKHAM, credited Manchester, Hillsborough. Source #1
Frederick G. MERILL, credited Manchester, Hillsborough. Source #1
James MCCARTY, credited Manchester, Hillsborough. Source #1
Onslow F. MCPHERSON, credited Bedford, Hillsborough. Source #1
Thomas MURPHY, Hanover; enlisted Dec. 29, 1863; deserted Sept. 24, 1864. Source #3
Henry OLIVER, credited Bedford, Hillsborough; died of disease September 15, 1862. Source #1
Charles A. ROWELL, credited Manchester, Hillsborough. Source #1
John O. SILVER, credited Manchester, Hillsborough. Source #1
William SMITH, credited Manchester, Hillsborough. Source #1
Robert SPEAR, enlisted at the age of 48 or 49. He contracted a fever while he was serving and it
stayed with him until he mustered out of the army. He developed consumption and in 1868 died from complications.
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Edwin STURTEVANT, credited Manchester, Hillsborough. Source #1
John R. YOUNG, Credited Bedford, Hillsborough. Source #1

Source(s):

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

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

  3. 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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