Ninth New Hampshire Regiment Company H Roster
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Foster KIMBALL, 1st Lt., enlisted August 20 1862, age 27; promoted Quartermaster November 22 1862; November 22 1862 transferred to Staff; died November 14 1929.
Charles E. BLACKMAR, Sergeant, mustered Aug. 13, 1862. Transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps Jan. 16, 1864. Discharged after nearly a year in the hospital at Cincinnati.
|Daniel Plumer AVERY, In US Navy, was on board the "Cumberland," witnessed the battle of the "Merrimack" and "Monitor." Re-enlisted private, Co. H., 9th Regt. Mustered Aug. 21, 1862. Deserted at Antietam Sept. 17, 1862, when ordered to assist in conveying Col. Titus from the field. Re-enlisted for two years in Gibbs (Mass.) Battery. After a year came home on a furlough, and was advertised to lecture in a school-house in Rochester, where he was arrested as a deserter. Was allowed to return to his Regiment. Served in the "Red River Expedition" where he is supposed to have died, as he has not since been heard from.||see US Navy|
|Samuel A. AVERY, Private, mustered Aug. 13, 1862. Deserted with his brother Daniel Plumer Avery at the battle of Antietam.||Source #1|
|James BLAISDELL, Private, Co. B, 10th Mass. Regt. Mustered June 21, 1861, under a fictitious name. Had finger shot off at Fair Oaks. Enlisted in 9th N.H. Regt, and was commissioned 2d Lieut. Co. H., Aug. 10, 1862. Promoted 1st Lieut. Jan. 1, 1863. Promoted Capt. March 1, 1863. After the battle of Antietam he was arrested as a deserter from the 10th Mass. But was honorably discharged from arrest by order of Gen. Burnside. He resigned shortly before the battle at the springing of the mine at Petersburg. He had been on a court martial with Gen. Porter where they quarreled, and Porter had charges preferred against him, in consequence of which he was dismissed from service Aug. 4, 1864. He was afterwards offered re-instatement by the War department, which he declined. He received, however, a complimentary notice from Gen. Griffin for bravery and good conduct.||Source #1|
Charles CLARK, Hanover; enlisted Dec. 24, 1863; deserted Jan. 11, 1864.
Samuel F. MORRILL
|Epsom, NH Civil War Soldiers|
Jacob WAGNER, Hanover; enlisted Aug. 20, 1864; deserted Aug., 1864. (Substitute)
|Mariana Bean Ruggles|
History of the Town of Rochester New Hampshire, From 1722-1890 by Franklin McDuffee, A.M. edited and revised by Silvanus Hayward. In two Volumes.-- Vol. I., Manchester, The John B. Clarke Co., Printers. ©1892. Pages 209-215. SUBMITTED: Transcribed by C. Parziale 7/16/2000
Register of Soldiers and Sailors of New Hampshire 1861-65 (1895). Transcribed by Fred Kunchick
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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