Twelfth New Hampshire  Regiment Company G Roster

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Asa W. BARTLETT, 2nd Lieut., enlisted as Musican Aug 21 1862, age 22; claimed residence Pittsfield; transferred March 2 1863 from Company F and promoted Sergt Major; transferred March 3 1864 from Staff and promoted 2nd Lieut; transferred on 15 July 1864 to Company K and promoted 1st Lieut; transferred Sept 28 1864 from Company K to Company C  and promoted Capt.; discharged disabled March 18 1865; last reported rsidence Pittsfield.

George W. ANDREWS, Private, resided Centre Harbor; enlisted August 22, 1862, age 18.


John ARNETT, Private, enlisted Decmeber 3, 1863, age 25.


Martin B. AVERY, Private, resided Ellsworth; enlisted August 14, 1862, age 20.


Asa W. BARTLETT, promoted to 2nd Lieutenant July 15, 1864; he enlisted as a dummer in Company F, he became sergeant-major of his regiment,  he was made first lieutenant, and, finally, he was commissioned as captain of Company C, same regiment, September 28, 1864.


Hiram NELSON, enlisted from Laconia Aug. 12, 1862, mustered out June 21, 1865.



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

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