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Submitter(s)

William H. ADAMS, Sergt., Hanover, N. H. Battalion, 1st Reg. N. E. Vol. Cav., Co. I; enlisted Oct. 11, 1861, reduced to ranks, July 18, 1862; transferred to Co. E, 6th Vet. Res. Cav., Aug. 10, 1864; discharged Jan. 11, 1865, time expired.

Source #13

Charles J. ANDERSON, Battery B, US Army, from Manchester, NH.

Source #1

Charles C. ARMS, Hanover; College Cavaliers, Co. B, 7th squad R. I. Cav.; enlisted June 24, 1862; mustered out Oct. 2, 1862.

Source #13

Roland J. AVERY, Hanover, 192nd N. Y. Vol. Inf. Co. I ; enlisted March 23, 1865; mustered. out Aug. 26, 1865.

Source #13

Frank S. BADGER, enlisted June 26, 1861, in Co. E, 12th Regt. MA. Vols.; at the battle of Ball's Bluff, lost a finger; discharged for disability, Oct. 15, 1862; at time of enlistment was an operative in Lowell. 

Source #8

Alexis BARKER, from Hudson, NH, in a MA unit unknown at this time.

 
James C. BASSETT, Dr., Surg., Resided Tamworth, NH, enlisted 8/20/1862 in the 29th MA Inf. Resigned 2/27/1863; buried Riverside Cem.

Source #10

John H. S. BEAN, Lieut,; enlisted Oct. 26, 1861, as sergeant Co. D, 12th Regt. ME. Vols.; promoted to first lieutenant, 2nd LA. Inf., Oct. 26, 1862, by order Gen. Butler.

Source #8

Timothy BEAN, Private, resided Tamworth, NH., 30th ME Inf.; mustered out 4/11/1864; buried Fowler's Mill Cemetery.

Source #11

John W. BEEDE, served four months in Co. F, 29th Ohio Inf., and was discharged for disability. He reenlisted for 100 days in Co. D, 155th Ohio Inf. 

Source #8

Moses W. BEEDE, Lieut.;  was living in Ohio when the war broke out and, when the first call for troops was made, enlisted for ninety days and served in West Virginia. He reenlisted for three years in the 7th Ohio Cavalry, under John Brown, son of Osawatomie Brown, but was rejected. In 1863, he was commissioned first lieutenant in the Ohio state militia for five years, subject to the call of the President. 

Source #8

Albert BEGHEE, 13th MA. Inf., from Hancock, NH, enlisted September 17, 1861, served nearly four years, wounded twice, in 19 engagements.

Source #1

James H. BEGHEE, Credited to Hancock, Hillsborough; enlisted in an Indiana regiment, he was killed at Gettysburg, July 1, 1863.

Source #1

Calvin BERRY, son of John C. and Sarah A. (Bean) Berry, born in Pittsfield, and had always lived in town until the war broke out, when he entered the Fortieth Massachusetts infantry.

Source #4

Charles H. BERRY, son of John C. and Sarah A. (Bean) Berry, born in Pittsfield, and had always lived in town until the war broke out, when he entered the Fortieth Massachusetts infantry.

Source #4

Charles W. BERRY, enlisted Dec. 29, 1863, in the 11th Battery MA Light Artillery, and served till June 16, 1865, when he was mustered out.

Source #8

George O. BERRY, Private, resided Tamworth, NH, enlisted 7/10/1861 13th MA Inf. Co. G, age 21; killed Antietam 9/17/1862.

Source #10, Source #12

John F. BERRY, Private, resided Tamworth, NH, enlisted 7/10/1861 13th MA inf. Co. G, age 21; discharged disabled 2/26/1863.

Source #10, Source #12

Samuel BERRY, Jr., Private, resided Tamworth, NH, enlisted 7/10/1863 13th MA Inf. Co. G, age 24; mustered out Boston 8/1/1864.

Source #10, Source #12

David BICKFORD, Private, Tamworth, enlisted May 5 1861 2nd MA Inf. Co. A; Mustered out May 3 1864. 

Source #15

Davis I. BLACK, Hanover, 1st Me. Mt. Artil. Co. 5; enlisted Oct. 9, 1861; corp. Sept. 1, 1862; 2nd lieut. May 27, 1865; mustered out July 6, 1865.

Source #13

Benjamin Franklin BLAISDELL, Son of Joseph and Eliza M. of East Rochester, where he was born Dec. 5, 1845. Worked in dye room of the Cocheco Woolen Co. Determined to serve his country in the war he first tried to enlist at Rochester, but being a minor his father refused his consent. He next tried Concord but was rejected on account of slight deafness. Persisting in his design he went to Boston and was mustered as a private in Co. G, 19th Mass. Reg’t, March, 1864. May 12 he was in the battle of Spotsylvania. In a skirmish a day or two after the battle he was wounded in neck and shoulder by a musket ball. He returned home where he died from the effects of the wound Nov. 16, 1864.

Source #2

John BLAISDELL, Carpenter in construction Corps about five months.

Source #2

Edwin F. BLANCHARD, Corporal in the 4th Mass. Heavy Artillery, Company H, born New Ipswich, NH, enlisted Aug 26, 1864, Wounded, served at Fort Harrison, VA, Sept 19, 1864.

Source #6

James Emory BLOUTELLE, MA. Cavalry, 2nd Company in 1862, severely wounded at Fredericksburg.

 

Charles L. BOLTON, 17th MA. Inf. Company H,  born Paisley, Scotland, lived in New Ipswich, NH,  enlisted July 2, 1861 age 23.

Source #6

Henry BOYD, 13th NY Artillery, from Manchester, NH.

Source #1

Charles F. BOYDEN, Private, resided Tamworth; enlisted 1st Inf. RI, Co. A April 17 1861, age 27; mustered out Aug 2 1861 Providence, RI.

Source #15

Patrick BRADLEY, from Hudson, NH, in a MA unit unknown at this time.

 

James BRASON, who lived on the old Asa Ellis place, Sullivan, was in the 21st, the 36th, and the 56th Mass. Regs., serving four years.

Source #5

Enoch T. BROWN  

Epsom, NH Civil War Soldiers

Stephen BROWN, served in 40th MA. Vols., and died in the service at Folly Island, S. C., in Nov. 1863. 

Source #8

Thomas M. BROWN  

Epsom, NH Civil War Soldiers

EDWARD S. BRYANT, who lived on the Winchester farm, Sullivan, and who died there, Aug. 23, 1889, was in some regiment out of the state.

Source #5

Horace BOWERS, 23rd MA. Inf. Company H, lived in Hancock, NH.

Source #1

Charles H. BURGESS, Private; Co. K; 56 Regt MA.; born Brookline;  mustered in Nov. 23, 1863, age 29;  mustered out July 22, 1865.

Source #9

James L. BURGESS,  Private; Co. B; 56 Regt. MA; born Brookline;  resided and credited Harvard, MA.; enlisted Nov. 25, 1863 age 25; mustered in Feb., 1864; wounded May 18, 1864  Spotsylvania Court House, VA.; mustered out Washington, D. C., May 18, 1865; last resided Nashua, NH.

Source #9

John C. BURGESS, Private; Co. D, 21st Regt. MA; born Brookline; enlisted  Sept. 2, 1862, age 21;  discharged  Sept. 2, 1863. last resided Pepperell, MA

Source #9

Nahum BURPEE, ILL. Regt. died in service Oct. 31, 1861, aged 24 years 8 months. His body was brought home and buried at Sutton.

Source #3

David H. CARLISE, Hanover, N. H. Battalion, First N. E. Vol. Cavalry, Troop L; enlisted Oct. 29, 1861; wounded Aug. 9, 1862, Cedar Mountain, Va.; died Aug. 27, 1862.

Source #13

William H. CASWELL, Hanover, N. H. Battalion, First N. E. Vol. Cavalry, Troop I

Source #13

Clinton A. CILLEY, Captain, Company C, 2d Minnesota Infantry, Awarded Medal of Honor
 

William H. CHAPIN, who lives on the I. N. Wardwell place, Sullivan, was four years and three months in Co. A, 3rd Vermont Reg., holding the rank of sergeant.

Source #5

Henry M. CHASE, Surgeon; while a student, enlisted for three months in Co. D, First Regt. VT. Vols., and was mustered into service May 8, 1861; detailed as hospital steward at Newport News, VA., in June 1861; mustered out, Aug. 15, 1861. He was appointed assistant surgeon in Navy, Dec. 12, 1863, and assigned to temporary service at Navy Yard, Washington, D. C.; in Jan., 1864, was ordered to Key West, Fla., and there assigned to U. S. Steamship "Honduras," of the gulf blockading squadron; early in 1865, transferred to the U. S. Steamer "Nevens," a heavy man of war, doing transport duty West India Squadron; discharged, Aug. 1865. 

Source #8

Carlos W. COLBY, born Merrimack, NH, enlisted Company G, 97th Illinois Infantry, received Medal of Honor for "Gallantry in the charge of the volunteer storming party" at Vicksburg, 22 May 1863.

Steve McKay

John F. COLBY, First New England Cavalry Co. M.

 

William W. COLBY, of David City, Butler Co., Neb., enlisted Mar. 18, 1864, in Co. I, 88th Ind. Vols.; transferred to Co. I, 38th Regt., June 7, 1865; mustered out, July 15, 1865.

Source #8

James F. DAME of Strafford County, NH, enlisted 11 Aug 1862 into H Co. 22nd Inf Reg. Wisconsin, was Mustered out in Washington, D.C. on 12 June 1865.

Pam Jastremski

Henry H. DANE, from Hudson, NH, in a MA unit unknown at this time.

 

James O. DANE, from Hudson, NH, in a MA unit unknown at this time.

 

Eugene A. DANFORTH, Corp., Co. M, N. H. Battalion New England Cavalry, was born in Bethel, Vt., and 20 years old when he enlisted, Jan. 15, '62. He reenlisted Feb. 1, '64; appointed corporal, July 1, '65; mustered out, July 15, '65. His second enlistment was credited to Bristol.

Source #8

Edward E. DAVIS, 1st Minn. Inf., Company F, lived in New Ipswich, NH, enlisted July 1863, died at Fortress Monroe of wounds neglected while in prison.

Source #1

Lydsnder  Jonathan DAVIS, son of Lewis, and born Sullivan, was in Co. K, 11th Vermont Reg. He lived Winchendon, Mass. after the war.

Source #5

Joseph W. DEWEY, Hanover, N. H. Battalion, First N. E. Vol. Cavalry, Troop I; enlisted. Oct. 23, 1861; appointed Sergeant Major Jan. 1, 1863; re-enlisted Jan. 5, 1864; appointed 1st Lieut. Co. G. (1st R. I. Cav.) Oct. 24, 1864; transferred to Co. C. Dec. 1, 1864; discharged May 10, 1865.

Source #13

Luke DEWEY, Hanover; Co. A 7th squad. R. I. Cav.; enlisted June 24, 1862; appointed Corpl. Oct. 2, 1862; discharged Oct. 2, 1862, lost at sea April 30, 1865.

Source #13

Madison DICKEY 

Epsom, NH Civil War Soldiers

John Adams DIX, General, U.S. Army

 

John E. DOLLOFF, while residing in Waterville, enlisted, July 2, 1861, in Co. K, 16th MA. Vols., and was discharged for disability Mar. 14, 1862. He reenlisted from Laconia, July 13, 1863, in Co. A, 1st Regt. Heavy Artillery; discharged at Fort Constitution, Portsmouth harbor, for disability, Jan. 17, 1865.

Source #8

Dalphon Gibbs DORT, son of Willard, born Sullivan, was in the war, probably in an Iowa regiment. See brother Oscar's remarks.

Source #5

Oscar  Lyman DORT, son of Willard, brother of the preceding, and born Sullivan, was in the war, probably in an Iowa regiment. Their sister, Mrs. Howard, writes: "Both of the boys enlisted and served their country well, during the late war, both receiving wounds that will cause them life-long suffering." They were living by last accounts, in the West

Source #5

John EATON, Gen., 27th Ohio Volunteer Infantry

Source #3

John M. EATON, M. D., served as surgeon of the 55th Regt. U. S. Vols. 

Source #8

Lucien Bonaparte EATON, 65th Ohio Vol Infantry.

Source #3

George F. EDWARDS, 3rd Mass. Cav., Company M, born New Ipswich, NH, enlisted Nov. 18, 1861 aged 18, discharged disabled June 1862.

Source #1

Russell C. ELLIOTTSergeant, Company B, 3d Massachusetts Cavalry, Awarded Medal of Honor
 

Roswell EMERSON, Hanover; 60th Mass. Vol. Inf. Co. G; enlisted July 15, 1864; mustered out. Nov. 30, 1864.

Source #13

Marcellus C. EMMONS, enlisted from New Hampton in Co. M, N. H. Battalion New England Cavalry, Oct. 21, 1861; transferred to Co. K, same Regt., Jan. 1, 1862; discharged for disability, at Washington, D. C., Oct. 7, 1862, and reached Bristol on his way home, and here died at the home of his sister, Mrs. Cyrus M. Bennett. 

Source #8

William H. EVERETT, Hanover, N. H. Battalion, First N. E. Vol. Cavalry, Troop I; enlisted Oct. 30, 1861; captured Oct. 31, 1862, Mountville, Va.; paroled; appointed Corpl. April 1, 1863; captured June 18, 1863, Middleburgh, Va.; paroled; re-enlisted Jan. 2, 1864; appointed Sergeant Nov. 1, 1864; mustered out July 15, 1865.

Source #13

Napoleon B. FELLOWS, Hanover; 13th Mass. Vol. Inf. Co. H; enlisted July 25, 1862; dishonorably discharged Sept. 2, 1865.

Source #13

Charles M. FOGG, enlisted at Ludington, Mich., in a Michigan regiment, and died in the service.

Source #8

James E. FOLLANSBEE, US Sharpshooters, enlisted July 2, 1862 , lived in Mont Vernon, NH.

Source #7

John G. FOSTER, General, U. S. Army

 

Archibald C. FOWLER, 47th Mass. Inf. Company F, enlisted Sept. 29, 1862 age 19, lived Mont Vernon, NH.

Source #8

Eugene A. FOWLER, was residing in Keene and 19 years old when he enlisted, July 15, 1864, for 100 days in Co. H, 8th MA. Vol. militia; mustered out, Nov. 10, 1864.

 

John H. FOWLER, 47th Mass. Inf., Company F, enlisted Sept. 29, 1862 age 41, lived New Ipswich, NH.

Source #6

Aaron B. FROST, 12th MA. Regiment, from Hudson, NH.

 

Carlton P. FROST, Surg., son of Benjamin, born Sullivan; Dartmouth College, 1852; A. M., same college, 1855; Dartmouth Medical School, 1857; LL. D., same college, 1892; also Dean of the Dartmouth Medical School; was surgeon of the 15th Vermont Reg. in the war, later a surgeon of the Board of Enrolment; died at Hanover, N. H., May 24, 1896.

Source #5

Edwin B. FROST, son of Benjamin, born Sullivan, a brother of Carlton, and also a physician, was in some Vermont regiment, and lost his life at the battle of Cold Harbor.

Source #5

Richard J. GAGE, Private, Company D, 104th Illinois Infantry, Awarded Medal of Honor

William G. GAGE, Hanover;  2nd Mass. Cav. Troop H; enlisted Sept. 1, 1864; prisoner of war, Dec. 26, 1864 to Feb. 15, 1865; discharged June 17, 1865.

Source #13

Frank A. GORDON, enlisted Aug. 25, 1862, in Co. I, 6th MA. Vols., for nine months; served in Army of the Potomac; mustered out June 3, 1863. 

Source #8

Jesse Augustus GOVE, Colonel,  22nd Massachusetts Volunteers

Lorenzo D. GOVE, Hanover, N. H. Battalion, First N. E. Vol. Cavalry, Troop I; appointed 1st Lieut. Oct. 15th, 1861; captured Aug. 4, 1862; killed Oct. 31, 1862, Mountville, VA.

Source #13

Jamison GREELEY, 14th MA. Regiment, Company M, from Hudson NH.

 

Jacob E. GRIFFIN  

Epsom, NH Civil War Soldiers

James Forsaith GRIMES, Colonel, U. S. Army, from Hillsborough, NH.

Source #1

Andrew J. HALL 

Epsom, NH Civil War Soldiers

John Hamilton HALL  

Epsom, NH Civil War Soldiers

Henry HARRIS, from Hudson, NH, in a ME unit unknown at this time.

 

Moses HARRIS, First Lieutenant, 1st U.S. Cavalry, Awarded Medal of Honor

Myron W. HARRIS, from Hudson, NH, in a ME unit unknown at this time.

 

William W. HAYWARD, 13th ME Vol. Chaplain, enlisted Sept 26, 1864, mustered out Jan 6, 1865, was offer a commission as Chaplin of 2nd ME Cavalry in March 1865, but declined, from Hancock, NH.

 

Christopher S. HEATH  

Epsom, NH Civil War Soldiers

George W. HEATH, alias George HALL, enlisted from Alexandria, Aug. 23, 1864; age, 34; served in Co. C, 11th VT. Inf.; credited to Randolph, Vt.; captured, May 27, 1865; paroled, May 30, 1865; discharged, June 28, 1865.

Source #8

William H. HILDRETH, credited to Ashby, MA.; 4th Mass Heavy Artillery Company H, born New Ipswich, NH, mustered out June 17, 1865.

Source #6

Joseph D. HORN, Co. I, 26th Mass. Regiment

Cathy Parziale

Horace W. HOWARD, Corporal, enlisted, Jan. 8, 1862, in the 8th Vermont Reg., Co. H, as a private; promoted to corporal, re-enlisted, served nearly four years, discharged, July 10, 1865. Resided Gilsum after the war.

 

Albert Johnson HOYT

Epsom, NH Civil War Soldiers

Aaron B. HUTCHINSON, Lafayette Artillery, enlisted July 2, 1862, lived Mont Vernon, NH

 

Charles W. INGALLS, Lieut. was residing in Michigan at the time of the war. In 1863, he enlisted in Co. I, 27th Mich. Regt.; was promoted to second lieutenant, 1st Co. Sharp Shooters, same regiment; later to Co. K, 2nd Mich. Inf.; discharged, July 8, 1864, for wounds received before Petersburg. Three sons served in Union army. Father and sons were each six feet in height.

Source #8

Michael KANE,  US Mariners, from Manchester, NH.

Source #1

Daniel E. KIDDER, Sergt. enlisted June 11, 1861, in Co. A, 1st Neb. Vols.; enlisted as a veteran, Jan. 1, 1864; died, June 17, 1864, at Camp Girardeau, Mo. A son, Albert Edward, served in same company from July 15, 1864, till July 10, 1865, when he was discharged for disability. 

Source #8

Jonathan T. KIDDER, was a brother of Daniel E., and served in a Nebraska regiment.

Source #8

George P. KILBURN, enlisted in the 8th VT Infantry Co. G.

 

Delevan KIMBALL, Private, Farmer, Hanover; 29th Mass. Vol. Inf. Co B; enlisted April 19, 1861 age 18; deserted May 4, 1863; gained from desertion June 12, 1863; re-enlisted March 31, 1864; deserted from Hospital at York, PA Feb 7 1865.        

Source #13, Source #14

Joseph KIMBALL, Private, Company B, 2d West Virginia Cavalry, Awarded Medal of Honor

George S. KINGSBURY, son of Seth of Roxbury, lived several years in Sullivan on the old Jeremiah Mason farm. He was a soldier in Co. E, 16th Vermont Reg. He died, Mar. 25, 1893, at the house of his brother Elbridge in Roxbury.

Source #5

Joseph H. KNOWNLTON, 1st Reg. US Army, from Manchester, NH.

 

Luther C. LADD, was the first to fall in defense of his country in the War of the Rebellion. He was the son of John Ladd, and was born in Bristol, Dec. 22, 1843, on the John Ladd farm, south of Fowler's river, east of the highway, near the lake. He was named for Rev. Luther Crawford, a Freewill Baptist clergyman, a native of Alexandria. Luther C. Ladd continued to reside in Bristol till 1853, when his father removed to Alexandria. There he remained laboring on a farm and attending the district schools, till 1860, when he went to Lowell and obtained work in the Lowell Machine shop. When President Lincoln issued his first call for 75,000 men in April, 1861, young Ladd enlisted for three months in Co. D, 6th Regt., Mass. Vols., which was the first to respond to the call. On the 19th of April, while passing through Baltimore, this regiment was attacked by a mob. Luther C. Ladd was the first to fall. He received a fracture of the skull, and while still moving forward, was struck by a bullet which severed an artery in the thigh. It is said that his dying words were "All hail the stars and stripes!" Addison O. Whitney, of Lowell, was also killed, and Merrill S. Wright of Lawrence died Apr. 27, of wounds then received. The bodies of these three were returned north for interment. They arrived at the Worcester depot, in Boston, Wednesday, May 2, where an immense concourse had gathered. The Independent Cadets escorted the remains to King's Chapel, where they were placed in the tomb under the church. The governor and his staff were present, and the Boston Brigade band played a dirge. The funeral of Ladd and Whitney was held at Lowell; that of Wright, at Lawrence. A special train conveyed the bodies to Lowell, where they were met at the station by a large escort, under the command of Capt. Proctor, and the municipal authorities, all under the command of Chief Marshal Sawtelle. Business was generally suspended. Exercises were held at Huntington hall, and this vast hall was densely packed and thousands were unable to gain admission. The relatives entered the hall first; the mayor and other distinguished men occupied seats on the platform. The caskets containing the deceased were enveloped in flags and rested under a magnificent canopy supported by four columns, surmounted by a gilt eagle. The exercises consisted of a dirge by the Lowell Brigade band, reading the Scriptures, prayer by Rev. Dr. Cleveland, anthem by St. Ann's choir, discourse by Rev. W. R. Clark, from Psalm 137: 5, 6.The bodies were then placed in the receiving tomb. The next day the remains of Ladd were taken to Alexandria, escorted by W. L. North, president of the common council, and Alderman J. P. Folsom. The funeral the next day at Alexandria was attended by a vast concourse of people. "The Bristol Home Guards, under the command of Col. S. H. Rollins, and the Alexandria Phalanx, under the command of Capt. Sleeper, did escort duty. Darwin Forbes was marshal." Three salutes were fired over the grave. The remains were interred in the village cemetery, but afterward returned to Lowell, and they now rest under the Ladd and Whitney monument in that city. From the fact that young Ladd was a resident of Alexandria when he went to Lowell, Alexandria, instead of Bristol, has been named as his birthplace in the printed accounts of his death.

Source #8

Henry H. LANE 

Epsom, NH Civil War Soldiers

Samuel W. LEE, Credit to Chicago, IL.; 6th Ill. Cavalry Company F, born New Ipswich, NH, enlisted Aug. 1863 age 16.

Source #6

William LIVINGSTONE, 36th MA. Regiment, from Hudson, NH.

 

Warren P. LOCKE, 32nd Mass. Inf. Company B, enlisted Nov. 7, 1861 age 22, killed at Bethesda Church, VA June 3, 1864, lived in New Ipswich.

Source #6

Thaddeus S. C. LOWE, Credited to Jefferson, Coos; he organized and directed a military balloon force during the Civil War

 

Dennis F. G. LYONS, 1st Army Corps. from Manchester, NH.

Source #1

Joseph V. MASON, son of Sylvester, born Sullivan, enlisted as a private in Co. G, 53rd Mass. Reg.; discharged on account of ill health, Sept. 2, 1863, and died, Oct. 11, 1863, at So. Gardner, Mass., a little more than a month after his discharge

Source #5

James M. MATTHEWS, 1st Lt., Co. D., 2nd Regt. U.S. Sharp Shooters, Me. Vols.

 

Henry F. MAXWELL, Credited to Woburn, MA.; 11th Mass. Vol., Co. B, born New Ipswich, NH, enlisted Sept. 10, 1864 age 20, mustered June 4, 1865.

Robert W. Philbrook
Director
Philbrick & Philbrook Family Association

Michael MCDONALD, 1st Lieut., 3rd Mass. Cav., Company M, born Lowell, MA., enlisted Nov. 21, 1861 age 20, discharged June 6, 1865, lived New Ipswich, NH.

Source #6

George MCQUESTION, from Hudson, NH, in a MA unit unknown at this time.

 

Arthur MERHERED, Hanover, U. S. Colored Troops 3rd Inf.; enlisted Sept. 9, 1864; mustered out Oct. 31, 1865.

Source #13

John MOWNEY

Epsom, NH Civil War Soldiers

Abbott C. MUSGROVE, Corpl. Co. H, 115 N. Y. Vol. Inf. He was at work at Cohoes, N. Y., when he enlisted, July 21, 1862. Bristol being his home, he was claimed on the quota of Bristol and this claim was allowed. He was with his regiment at Harper's Ferry, when that post was surrendered by Gen. Miles. He was at the battle of Olustee, Fla.; was hospital steward at Hilton Head, S. C., and was in several engagements in the Army of the James; was appointed corporal, and served as color corporal, and while carrying the colors at the battle of Deep Bottom, Aug. 16, 1864, he fell with a minie ball through his body. His last words were: "Tell my friends I die for my country and die happy." 

Source #8

Roswell L. NASH (called himself "George" Nash after the war), son of Charles, who lived in Sullivan, served three years in the 28th N. Y. Reg.; was severely wounded; captured and kept several months in Libby Prison, at Richmond, Va. One day, when swimming with other prisoners in the river, he tried to swim away and escape. He was shot by a guard, but not fatally. He returned to his home and still lives, in feeble health, at the home for soldiers in Canton, Ohio.

Source #5

Ormond F. NIMS, Brevet Col.; of Sullivan; son of Philander, a brother of Dauphin W. and Frederick B., was connected for six years, as lieutenant, captain and major of the old Boston Light Artillery. In the Civil War, he served three years and five months as the captain of the famous "Nims's Battery," and, "for gallant and meritorious services during the war," he received the three brevet ranks of major, lieutenant colonel, and colonel. He attained the most distinguished rank of any native of the town during the Civil War. His battery has an honorable place in the history of that great conflict. Resided Boston.

Source #5

George NORTHROP, Hanover; 1st Me. Cav. Troop G; re-enlisted Dec. 31, 1863 (credited to Lewiston, Me.) Corpl. Jan. 12, 1864; wounded May 10, 1864; died of disease Feb. 10, 1865.

Source #13

Allen A. NUTTING, 2nd Mass. Inf., Company D,  born New Ipswich, NH, enlisted May 25, 1861, aged 18, appointed Sergeant, killed June 9, 1863, lived New Ipswich, NH.

Source #6

Ebenezer L. PARDEE, Hanover, N. H. Battalion, First N. E. Vol. Cavalry, Troop L; enlisted Jan. 9, 1862; re-enlisted Feb. 1, 1864; discharged July 15, 1865.

Source #13

John PERKINS, Jr.  

Epsom, NH Civil War Soldiers

Elias A. PHELPS, Co. C, 19th Mass. Regt.

Source #3

John H. PHILLIPS, 1st New England Cavalry, Troop M, enlisted for three years, mustered in Sept 13, 1862, transferred to Invalid Corp Sept, 1863, discharged disabled Jan 27, 1864., from Hudson, NH.

James W. PRICE, who lived on the Perry E. Kemp place, Sullivan, enlisted from New London, Conn., at Fort Trumbull, as a drummer in the 3d battalion of the 14th U. S. Infantry, on June 28, 1862; was discharged, Mar. 16, 1864; re-enlisted, Sept. 30, 1864, and served until discharged, Sept. 22, 1865. He was but a mere boy, only about twelve years of age, when he enlisted. He was physically well developed, and, by misrepresenting his age, passed muster and served over three years

Source #5

Samuel E. PINGREE, Captain, Company F, 3d Vermont Infantry, Awarded Medal of Honor

George F. POTTER, 16th Mass. Inf., Company H, born New Ipswich, NH, enlisted July 14, 1863 age 26, wounded June 18, 1864.

Source #6

James POWERS, Captain, of North Stratford, NH., served in  3rd Vermont Infantry, Company A.

 

George W. RAMSDELL, Hanover, enlisted first in 1st N. H. Vol., Co. K April 29, 1861; mustered out. Aug. 29, 1861; re-enlisted Oct. 11, 1861, N. H. Battl. 1st N. E. Vol. Cav., Co. I; discharged disabled March 20, 1863.

Source #13

Daniel G. RIPLEY, Musician, enlisted Aug 11 1762, age 17; claimed residence Stewartstown;  promoted Musician (3rd Class Musician); transferred Band Co. 24 Inf, 2 Bgd, 3 Div Reg. RA; mustered out  June 21 1865; last reported residence West Stewartstown, NH 

Source #3

G.H. ROBEY 

  Epsom, NH Civil War Soldiers

Gardner H. RUGG, son of Harrison, born Sullivan, was a member of the 38th Reg. of Ill. Vols., in the war. He survived the conflict, but contracted diseases which resulted in his death, at Carbondale, Ill., Apr. 21, 1866.

Source #5

William P. RUGGLES, Hanover;  11th Mass. Vol. Inf. Co. D; enlisted June 1, 1861; mustered in same date; no further record in Adjutant General's office.

Source #13

Austin E. SANBORN  

  Epsom, NH Civil War Soldiers

John Benjamin SANBORN 

Epsom, NH Civil War Soldiers

Solomon G. SARGENT 

Epsom, NH Civil War Soldiers

Edward A. SAUNDERS, 3rd Mass. Cavalry, Company M, enlisted Nov. 12, 1861 age 18, discharged disable June 16, 1862, lived New Ipswich, NH

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Joseph SEAVEY, b. 26 June 1826, Stafford Co., NH enlisted in Washington, Green Co., Wisconsin 9 Oct 1862, At Fort Halleck, Columbus, KY, 28 July 1863 he req. a furlough to return home to Monroe, Wisconsin, for 30 days sick leave. His widow's pension states he died 3 Nov 1908. He is buried in Ashland, NE (Saunders Co.)

R. Chagnon

Almon S. SENTER, enlisted in the MA Regiment for nine months, afterwards in MA. Heavy artillery, and served thought out the war, from Hudson, NH.

 

Henry C. SHAW, Hanover, appointed Asst. Surg. April 30, 1861; mustered out Aug. 9, 1861; died Sept. 7, 1862 as member 5th Vt. Vol. Inf.

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Solomon C. SLEEPER, was an operative at Lowell, Mass., when he enlisted, Sept. 2, 1861, in the 1st Mass. Sharp Shooters (15th Inf.) Independent Co., and participated in the battles of Chancellorsville, Fredericksburg, Antietam, Gettysburg, Bristoe, and front of Richmond; discharged for disability, Jan. 20, 1864.

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Olney P. SMITH, N. H. Battalion, New England Cavalry, was born in Grafton, but was a resident of Bristol when he enlisted, Jan. 21, 1862. He was captured May 30, 1862, at Front Royal, Va.; released; died of disease, Oct. 11, 1862, at Annapolis, MD.

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Orland K. SPAULDING, although a Sullivan boy, was in the West, at the time of the war, and enlisted in the 111th Iowa Reg., as a private. He died of disease at a hospital at Cypress Hill, Long Island, near the city of New York, Mar. 12, 1865, leaving a widow and one daughter. His body was brought to Sullivan and buried in the old cemetery at the Corner, in lot VIII. 3.

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Rev. George W. STINSON, who was the acting pastor of the 1st Cong. Ch., 1859 to 1861, and lived in the old parsonage, was in the Christian Commission, in the last part of the war. He died at Maysville, Mo., Dec. 17, 1865.

 

Charles H. STRATTON, 25th Mass Inf., Company F, born New Ipswich, NH, enlisted Aug, 1861 age 15, lost leg at Roanoke Island, but served though the war in the Veterans Reserve Corps, lived New Ipswich, NH

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James S. STRATTON, 21st Mass. Inf. Company G, born New Ipswich, NH, enlisted June, 1861 age 19, killed at Antietam Sept.17, 1862, lived New Ipswich, NH

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Charles L. SYMONDS, 104th IL. Company I, from Hancock, NH, died in service.

 

Edward A. THAYER, Captain, 3rd Mass. Cavalry, Company M, born New Ipswich, NH, enlisted Nov. 12, 1861 age 18, Captain Co. H, 1st Louisiana Cavalry, resigned Dec. 14, 1863, lived New Ipswich, NH

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John L. THOMPSON, Brigadier General, April 19, 1861 enlisted as a private in Company A of the First Illinois Light Artillery

 

Charles Clinton TOPLIFF, Surg., Hanover, 6th Md. Vol. Inf. 1861-1863; 19th U. S. Col. Troops; enlisted Dec., 1863; appointed Asst. Surg. Dec., 1863; discharged Nov., 1864.

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Francis L. TOWN, Colonel, Surgeon U.S. Army.

 

James D. TOWN, Private, Second Regiment Berdan's U.S. Sharpshooters, died of disease, Dec. 20, 1861, at Washington, DC, Camp of Instruction, U.S.S.

 

Zenas B. TRUELL, was a spinner in Lowell, Mass., when he enlisted, Aug. 21, 1861, in the 20th Regt. MA. Vol. Sharp Shooters; killed at the Battle of the Wilderness, May 8, 1864. 

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George TURNER, credited to  Mont Vernon, Hillsborough; US Colored Troops, enlisted July 2, 1862.

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John K. WALKER, 15th Mass. Inf. Company B, born New Ipswich, NH, enlisted July 12, 1861 age 25, killed Oct  21, 1861, lived New Ipswich, NH.

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Samuel M. WALKER, 16th MA. Regiment, Company C, from Hudson, NH.

 

James WALLACE, Credited to Mont Vernon, Hillsborough; US Colored Troops, enlisted July 2, 1862.

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Harlan P. WARDWELL, whose father, Rev. Ezra Wardwell, lived a time in Sullivan, was in the 1st Mass. Cavalry. He died at Weare, Mar. 19, 1897.

 

William L. WESTON, 3rd Mass Cavalry, Company M, enlisted Nov. 12, 1861, discharged disabled June 1862, lived New Ipswich, NH.

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Frank  WESTON, 11th Mass. Inf. Company E, born Nashua, NH, enlisted April 23, 1861 captured at Malvern Hill July 1862, in Libby prison, paroled Aug. 7, 1862, discharged June 24, 1864 lived New Ipswich, NH.

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John C. WILKINS, 13th MA Battery, from Hancock, NH.

 

Charles WHITWELL, Hanover; first enlisted 1st N. H. Vol., Co. K; April 29, 1861; mustered out Aug. 9, 1861; re-enlisted Aug. 17, 1861; 4th Vt. Vol. Inf., Co. B; Sergeant; killed May 23, 1862, Newbridge, VA.

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Eri D. WOODBURY, Sergeant, Company E, 1st Vermont Cavalry, Awarded Medal of Honor

George E. WOODBURY, First DC Volunteers, assistant surgeon, lived Bedford, NH.

 

William H. H. WOODBURY, who lived in Sullivan on the old Nahum Nims farm, but now lives in Keene, on the James Wright place, on Beech Hill, was in Co. I, 1st Vermont Cavalry.

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Charles A. WOOD, 1st WI. Inf. Company H, enlisted April, 1861, orderly-sergeant, elected captain Aug 1, 1861, made lieutenant-colonel 11th WI. Inf. Nov 12, 1861, resigned on surgeon's certificate June 28, 1863, from Hancock, NH.

 

James H. WORTHING, enlisted at Sacramento, Cal., Sept. 20, 1861, in Co. E, 5th Regt. Cal. Vol. Inf.; discharged at Mesila, New Mexico, Nov. 30, `864, expiration of service. After the war he went to Pinos Altos, New Mexico, where he was shot and killed by Apache Indians, May 18, 1866. 

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Otis C. WYATT, Hanover,  First enlisted 1st N. H. Vol., Co. G May 8, 1861; Musician; mustered out Aug. 9, 1861; re-enlisted Oct. 11, 1861, N. H. Battl. Vol. N. E. Cav.; Sergt.; appointed Lieut. Co. G Aug. 4, 1862; 1st. Lieut. Co. H Jan. 1, 1863; resigned April 12, 1864; 1st N. H. Vol. Cav., Co. B; appointed. Capt. March 31, 1864; wounded Nov. 12, 1864, Middletown, Va., March 7, 1865, Mount Jackson, Va.; mustered out July 15, 1865.

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

  2. 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. Transcribed by C. Parziale 7/16/2000

  3. History of Sutton, N. H. by Augusta H. Worthen pp 511-517. Transcribed by Don Davis

  4. Pittsfield, NH in the Great Rebellion Author: H. L. Robinson (1893). Transcribed by Fred Kunchick

  5. A History of the Town of Sullivan, New Hampshire, Vol 1.,  Rev. Josiah Lafayette Seward, Privately Published, Keene, NH, (1921). Transcribed by Fred Kunchick

  6. The History of New Ipswich, NH 1735-1914 (1914). Transcribed by Fred Kunchick

  7. History of Mont Vernon, NH (1907). Transcribed by Fred Kunchick

  8. History of the Town of Bristol, Vol 1. R. W. Musgrove, Bristol, NH (1904). transcribed by Fred Kunchick

  9. History of Brookline, Parker, Edward E., Published by the Town, Brookline, NH 1914: transcribed by Fred Kunchick

  10. Civil War Research Data Base; researched by Robert J. McLean Oct 10 2000

  11. Civil War Muster Rolls; researched by Robert J. McLean Oct 10 2000

  12. History of Carroll County, New Hampshire, Georgia Drew Merrill (Ed.), W. A. Fergusson & Co. Boston, MA. 1889; transcribed by Robert J. McLean Oct 10 2000

  13. 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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  15. Register of Soldiers and Sailors of New Hampshire 1861-65 (1895): transcribed by Robert J. McLean Oct 10 2000


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