Men of the Seventh New Hampshire Regiment Companies Unknown

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Mark J. AUSTIN, Fifth Sergeant,  Credited to Hollis, Hillsborough mustered in Dec 14, 1861, mustered out Dec. 22, 1864. Source #1
Henry BALL, Credited to Hollis, Hillsborough mustered in Dec 14, 1861, accidentally killed himself ay Beaufort, SC, June 26, 1862. Source #1

George H. BARTEMUS, Credited to Hollis, Hillsborough mustered out Dec. 22, 1864.

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John P. BILLS, Credited to Hollis, Hillsborough killed at Fort Wagner, July 18, 1862. Source #1
John F BOYNTON, Credited to Hollis, Hillsborough wounded at Olustee, FL., Feb 20, 1864, re-enlisted Feb. 28, 1864, promoted to corporal Jan. 26, 1865, promoted to sergeant June 13, 1865, mustered out July 20, 1865. Source #1
Warren E. F. BROWN, Credited to Manchester, Hillsborough Source #1
Charles H. BURGE, Credited to Hollis, Hillsborough discharged disabled at St. Augustine, FL., Jan. 4, 1863. Source #1
George A. Burge, Credited to Hollis, Hillsborough promoted to corporal May 25, 1862, promoted to sergeant Dec. 9, 1863, mustered out July 20, 1865. Source #1
John A. Coburn,  Credited to Hollis, Hillsborough promoted to fourth sergeant Dec. 14, 1861, first sergeant Dec. 28, 1863, re-enlisted Feb. 28, 1864, promoted to Captain Company E Dec. 12, 1864, mustered July 20, 1865. Source #1
Daniel W. Colburn, Credited to Hollis, Hillsborough promoted to corporal  Dec. 14, 1861, died disease at Hollis, NH., Feb. 22, 1862. Source #1
Edward S. Colburn, Credited to Hollis, Hillsborough transfer Invalid Corps March 29, 1864. Source #1
Josiah Colburn Credited to Amherst, Hillsborough Source #1

Josiah Colburn, wounded at Bermuda Hundred, VA., May 20, 1864, mustered out Dec. 22, 1864.

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Henry M. H. DAY,  Credited to Hollis, Hillsborough promoted to corporal Dec. 14, 1861, wounded at Olustee, FL., Feb. 20, 1864, mustered out Dec. 22, 1864. Source #1
Ebenezer P. Duncklee, Credited to Hollis, Hillsborough  discharged disabled Feb. 1862. Source #1
Benjamin L. FARLEY, Credited to Hollis, Hillsborough discharged disabled at Fort Jefferson, FL., June 26, 1862. Source #1
Charles H. FARLEY, Credited to Hollis, Hillsborough  promoted to first sergeant Dec. 14, 1861, second lieutenant June 30, 1862, first lieutenant Aug. 6, 1863, wounded mortally at Olustee, FL., Feb. 20, 1864. Source #1

Charles H. FLETCHER, Credited to Hollis, Hillsborough died of disease at Beaufort, SC., Aug. 1862.

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John MURPHY, Hanover; enlisted Dec. 29, 1863; died of disease Jan. 28, 1864.

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George ROBERTS, a native of North Berwick, ME,....He served three years in the Civil War with the Seventh Regiment of New Hampshire Volunteers.  He took part in a number of engagements, and was taken prisoner and confined in Andersonville and Libby Prisons. He is buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Berwick, ME. His grave is in the Pine Avenue section and civil war is written on his tombstone. (Source: Biographical Review containing biographical sketches of leading citizens of  Rockingham County, NH, 1895)

Deb Campbell

William HALL Credited to Manchester, Hillsborough

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James SPINNINGTON Credited to Manchester, Hillsborough

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William L. WALKER, Credited to Hudson, Hillsborough first enlisted after Aug 9, 1861 in the 1st New Hampshire Reg Co. E.

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Sources:

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

  2. 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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