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Epsom Civil War Soldiers

& Members of George H. Hoyt Post 66, Epsom (Gossville) N.H.

(*) denotes in the Epsom Early Settlers database - denotes grave marker or stone in an Epsom Cemetery

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FIRST REGIMENT - Troop F 1st NH Cavalry

Abraham Bickford* (18) - Enlisted from Epsom Feb. 11, 1864. Wounded slightly Aug. 25, 1864 at Kearneysville, VA. Confined in hospital at Annapolis Junction near Shepherdstown, VA. In Battle of Winchester, VA when Sheridan saved the day. Participated in the memorable Wilson Raid for 11 days and was under fire nine days out of the eleven. Re-enlisted and finally discharged July 20, 1865.

FIRST REGIMENT - Company B

John S. Ham* (24) Enlisted Apr. 25, 1861 resided Newmarket, NH. Private, mustered out Aug. 9, 1861

FIRST REGIMENT - Company C

John L. Lear - b. Epsom 1845. Enlisted in Manchester 1861 and discharged Aug. 12, 1861. Re-enlisted Aug. 18, 1863 Co. B 1st Regt. Heavy Artillery. Discharged June 15, 1865. Died in Service.

George A. Lear (21) - b. 1840 in Epsom. Enlisted in Chichester May 4, 1861, discharged at Concord, NH Aug. 12, 1861 at end of term.

FIRST REGIMENT CAVALRY- Company C

Joseph W. Morrill* (18) - Enlisted Deerfield Apr. 12, 1864. Died disability Sept. 20, 1864, Ft. Schuyler, NY -

FIRST REGIMENT - Co. E & Heavy Artilery

George W. Ham* (32) - Enlisted Epsom, mustered Sept. 5, 1864. Discharged June 15, 1865.

John G. Yeaton* (36) - Enlisted Manchester, Sept 14, 1861 US Volunteers Sharpshooters. Born Epsom May 23, 1825, son of John Yeaton and Lucretia McDaniel. Resided Pembroke, NH

FIRST REGIMENT - Company I

Joseph R. Cilley* (30) - Enlisted Epsom, May 4, 1861, discharged Aug. 9, 1861. Re-enlisted Feb. 1, 1864 NH Cavalry Troop M., died as recruiter in Concord, NH. Died Mar. 6, 1865.

SECOND REGIMENT - Company B

Wilber F. Brown (18) - Enlisted Epsom May 20, 1861 and captured July 2, 1863, died Andersonville Prison Aug. 26, 1864.

Nathaniel Dana Wallace (18) - Enlisted May 14, 1861, residence Concord, NH. Wounded at Williamsburg, VA May 5, 1862 and captured at Gettysburg July 2, 1862. Died of disease Nov. 3, 1863 Richmond, VA

William Wallace (40) - Enlisted in Concord May 22, 1861, discharged Aug. 5, 1862 by reason of disability, re-enlisted Jan. 1, 1864 Troop G 1st NH Cavalry. At first Bull Run and York town. Enlisted Mar. 28, 1864 from Warner, 1st Regt. NH Volunteer Cavalry,app. Co. Com. Sergt., Apr 30, 1864. Discharged July 22, 1865. Died San Felipe, CA, May 27, 1868.

SECOND REGIMENT - Company C

Lewis H. Dearborn* (19) - Enlisted at Manchester June 1, 1861 born Epsom, resided Pembroke, NH. Wounded at Williamsburg, VA May 5, 1862, discharged Falmouth, VA Sept 25, 1862. Father Edwin Dearborn, mother Lettice Stanyan

William H. Weeks* (22) - Enlisted at Epsom June 1, 1861 and promoted to Sergeant . Re-enlisted Sept. 17, 1864 Co. D, 18th Regiment. Died Dec. 1871, Washington, D.C.

SECOND REGIMENT - Company D

James Taylor or Gaylor- Enlisted and credited to Epsom Nov. 27, 1863. Killed in action at Drewry's Bluff, VA May 16, 1864. Born 1844 Ireland.

SECOND REGIMENT - Company G

Sewall D. Batchelder (18) Enlisted Apr. 14, 1863 credited to Ossipee, NH. Born and resided Concord, NH. Mustered out Dec. 19, 1865. Buried in the Gossville Cemetery, Epsom. -

THIRD REGIMENT - Company A

Jonathan D. Leavitt - Enlisted Chichester May 4, 1861 1st Regt., re-enlisted after 3 months, Co. A, 3rd Regt.. Promoted to Corporal. Discharged Oct. 2, 1864. Member GAR Post 66. Photo

David H. Newton (19) - Enlisted in Manchester, NH Apr. 24, 1861, born Epsom, NH, resided Manchester, NH

George S. Sanders - Enlisted in Chichester, NH Aug. 8, 1862, discharged June 3, 1863. Member GAR Post 66

THIRD REGIMENT - Company E

Dickey, James M. (20) - 1) 1st Regt. Co. I, Enlisted Apr. 20, 1861, mustered May 4, 1861, Pvt., out Aug. 9, 1861. 2) Third Regiment Co. E, enlisted Aug. 14, 1861, mustered in Aug. 23, 1861 as private. Appointed Corporal June 23, 1862, resigned warrant Feb. 8, 1863. Re-enlisted and mustered in Feb. 15, 1864, wounded May 14, 1864 Drewry's Bluff, VA., and also May 31, 1864 at Bermuda Hundred, VA. Appointed Corporal Jan. 10, 1865, mustered out July 20, 1865. Awarded "Gillmore Medal" by Maj. Gen. Q.A. Gillmore, for gallant and meritorious conduct during operations before Charleston, S.C. Born Epsom, NH and resided Exeter, and for the last 7 years of his life in Deerfield, NH., where he died March 20, 1910.

John M. Howe - Enlisted Canterbury, NH July 5, 1861, discharged Hilton Head, SC July 28, 1862 with disability. Member GAR Post 66.

Henry N. Lear (18) - Enlisted at Concord, NH Aug. 23, 1861. Re-enlisted Feb. 13, 1864. Wounded Oct. 27, 1864. Died Pembroke, NH Sept. 17, 1867

Andrew J. Pettingill (21) - Enlisted at Epsom and mustered at Concord Aug. 23, 1861.Wounded slightly July 18, 1863 Fort Wagner SC. Re-enlisted Jan. 1, 1864. Gillmore Medal.

Andrew M. Weeks* (18) - Enlisted at Epsom and mustered at Concord Aug. 25, 1861. Wounded July 18, 1863 & June 2, 1864 near Petersburg, VA and died on account of wounds Aug. 21, 1864 Hampton, VA. Saw engagements at James Island, SC, Morris Island and Fort Wagner.

FOURTH REGIMENT

Joseph E. Ham*("19") - Enlisted Aug. 19, 1864, resided Concord, NH. Private, mustered out June 9, 1865

Henry W. Sargent*(25) - Enlisted Manchester Aug. 31, 1864, resided Northwood, NH. Mustered out July 19, 1865, resided after the war Truckee, CA. Father Jonathan Sargent, mother Mehitable Lovejoy.

FOURTH REGIMENT - Company H

George S. Bixby* (20) - Enlisted at Epsom Sept. 7, 1861. Promoted to Sergeant Mar. 1, 1864, wounded at Deep Bottom, VA. Discharged Feb. 20, 1864 and re-enlisted. Captured, Aug. 16, 1864 and in Libbey, Belle & Salisbury Prisons. Released Feb. 1865. Discharged July 11, 1865. Member GAR Post 66. - Read his personal narrative on Prison Life in the Civil War

John T. Buzzell (22) - Enlisted from Epsom Sept. 18, 1861, re-enlisted Dec. 23, 1863. Date of discharge unknown.

John H. Goodhue* (21) - Enlisted Epsom Sept. 18, 1861. Promoted to Corporal (date unknown).Re-enlisted Feb. 20, 1864. Killed at Deep Run, VA Aug. 16, 1864.

George H. Hoyt* (18) - Enlisted from Epsom Sept. 7, 1861. Captured Deep Run, VA Aug. 16, 1864. Died of starvation in Salisbury Prison, NC Jan. 9, 1865. Epsom GAR Post #66 named for him.

FOURTH REGIMENT - Company K

William Henry Sanborn* (43) - Enlisted at Manchester Aug 15, 1862. Born Epsom Oct. 25, 1830, resided Loudon, NH son of Moses Sanborn and Lydia Sherburne (born Epsom,NH)

FIFTH REGIMENT - Company A

Charles T. Marsh* (31) - Enlisted Sept. 5, 1861, resident of Concord, NH. Wagoner. Out Oct. 29, 1864. From "John Marsh of Boston" - 'He was a Wagoner of Capt. O'Neill R. Twitchell's Comnpany A,, 5th Regiment of New Hampshire, enrolled 28 Sept. 1861 and was discharged 29 Oct. 1864. A teamster, his discharge papers describe him as five feet eleven inches tall, of fair complexion, with grey eyes and brown hair. He applied for an Invalid Pension at age 38 for an injury received when he 'was kicked by a horse while engaged in loading horses on the cars at Concord, New Hampshire, on or about the 5th day of November 1863. That said horse then kicked him in the bowels causing hernia and thereby disabling him during the rest of his service' with his Regiment.' Died in Epsom, May 07, 1872-

SIXTH REGIMENT - Company I

Charles J. P. Brown* (31) - Enlisted Epsom, Sept. 21, 1861. Promoted to Sergeant Jan. 1862, then to 2nd Lieutenant June 1862 and 1st Lieutenant Aug. 1862. and discharged with disability Nov. 4, 1864. READ 1860 DIARY. READ 1861 DIARY . READ 1863 DIARY ...1863 DIARY ADDENDUM ..

Robert Crawford (22) - Enlisted Epsom Nov. 28, 1861 Died of disease Dec. 11, 1862 at the Battle of Camden, NC. Born Scotland.

John N. Emery (Emory) - Enlisted from Epsom Oct. 9, 1861, confined in Hospital at Point Lookout, MD. And there died of disease Oct. 22, 1862. Born in Sandwich, NH.

 

William T. Grant* (29) - Enlisted Epsom Nov. 28, 1861. Promoted to Corporal. Discharged with disability Jan. 23, 1863, Washington, DC. Re-enlisted Co. A 1st NH Cavalry. Final discharge July 15, 1865. Member GAR Post 66. No stone, just GAR marker.

John S. Ham (26) - Enlisted from Epsom Oct. 1861, transferred to Ambulance Corp (Wagoner). Discharged Nov. 28, 1864, Cincinnati, OH

Hiram B. Haynes* (28) - Enlisted Epsom, Oct. 7, 1861. Wounded Fredericksburg, MD, died Dec. 12, 1862, Washington, DC

Ambrose D. Haynes* (37) - Enlisted Epsom Dec. 9, 1861. Died of disease Jan. 23, 1862, in Regimental Hospital Hatteras Inlet, NC. Buried Roanoke Island, NC.

Ebenezer K. Marden* (38) - Enlisted from Epsom Oct. 28, 1861, enlisted from East Kingston, NH. Discharged June 24, 1862 New Berne, NC on account of disability.

James W. Marden* (21) - Enlisted at Epsom. Transferred to the Veterans Reserve Corp, discharged on Nov. 27, 1864 at Concord, NH. Member GAR Post 66. - Photo

John W. Page* - Enlisted Pittsfield, promoted to Corporal, dis. July 17, 1863. Re-enlisted and discharged July 17, 1865. Member GAR Post 66

William B. Perkins* (27) - Enlisted Epsom Nov. 26, 1861. Died of disease Dec. 25, 1862, Falmouth, VA

Benjamin S. Robinson* (20) - Enlisted from Epsom Nov. 28, 1861 Wounded Dec. 13, 1862 at Fredericksburg, VA. Confined to Hospital at Fredericksburg and Washington, DC. Discharged at Washington, DC Nov. 28, 1864 at end of term.

Edwin M. Sherburne* - Enlisted Epsom, Nov. 28, 1861, confined to Eckington Hospital, Washington, DC and discharged there Nov. 18, 1862.

Joseph Seeley* (26) - Enlisted Epsom Oct. 21, 1861, re-enlisted Jan. 13, 1864 Died of neck wounds received May 6, 1864, Wilderness, VA

John H.F. Philbrick* (46) - Enlisted from Epsom Nov. 28, 1861. Discharged with disability Oct. 7, 1862 at Monroe, VA. Re-enlisted Jan. 18, 1864, 11th Regt. Co. E. Confined in Hospital at Annapolis, MD March and April, 1864. Went back to Regiment May, 15, 1864 and killed at Spotsylvannia, VA May 16, 1864. Photo of Gravestone

John M. Weeks* (29) - Enlisted from Epsom Nov. 28, 1861, promoted to Sergeant. Discharged from Eckington hostpital with disability Nov. 27, 1862, Washington, DC

SEVENTH REGIMENT - Company A

Harvey Marden* (20) - Enlisted from Epsom Oct. 29, 1861. Died of typhoid fever May 2, 1862 (or Aug. 8, 1862), Beaufort, NC

EIGHTH REGIMENT - Company H

William Yeaton* - Enlisted Epsom Dec. 20, 1861 and died of disease in a hospital in New Orleans, LA

NINTH REGIMENT - Company D

Samuel F. Morrill* (23) - Born in Northwood, NH. Enlisted Deerfield Aug. 14, 1862, died disability Sept. 19, 1863, Robinson's Station, KY. His brother Joseph W. also died during the war. Both buried in Epsom. -

NINTH REGIMENT - Company F

Thomas W. Emerson* (21) - Enlisted at Epsom July 28, 1862. Captured May 12, 1864 Spotsylvania. Served in Andersonville & Florence Prisons. Paroled Dec. 1, 1864. Re-enlisted Sept. 4, 1866, Co. D 21st Regt. And discharged Sept. 4, 1869 at Drum Barricks, CA. Member GAR Post 66.

Lewis W. Meserve (19) - born in Barnstead and resided Epsom, NH. Enlisted Aug. 5, 1862 and discharged on account of disability from Washington, May 15, 1863. Perhaps moved to Haverhill, MA.

Dennis H. Troy (22) - Enlisted Epsom July 21, 1862 where he was residing. Captured at Wilderness, VA May 7, 1864 & served in prison. Died of disease Dec. 30, 1864 at Annapolis, MD. (or Dec. 12, 1864). Born1840 in Acton, MA.

TENTH REGIMENT - Company C

George H. Cilley* (20) - Enlisted at Pembroke Sept. 1, 1862, mustered Sept. 1, 1862. Died of disease Apr. 2, 1863 in Suffolk, VA. Born Epsom 1840.

ELEVENTH REGIMENT - Company A

Gilman B. Johnson - Enlisted from Epping, NH Aug. 28, 1862, commissioned as 2nd Lieut. - Commissioned Quarter Master of the Regiment Apr. 22, 1864 at Annapolis, MD. Mustered out at Concord, NH June 4, 1865. Member of Concord, NH GAR. Born Epsom July 24, 1834.

ELEVENTH REGIMENT - Company B

Rufus B. Doe* - Enlisted Deerfield, NH Aug. 12, 1862, wounded in the arm at Jackson, MS 1863. Discharged June 4, 1865 by special order. Resided Epsom, member GAR Post 66.

Daniel N. Lewis* (28) - Born in Ellsworth, resided Barnstead and Chichester, NH. Enlisted Nov. 11, 1861, wounded June 14, 1863, Port Hudson, LA. Re-enlisted Jan. 4, 1864, wounded and captured Aug. 8, 1864 at Sabine Cross Roads, LA. Exchanged Oct. 23, 1864 and out Oct. 28, 1865. -

ELEVENTH REGIMENT - Company C

William H. Bartlett* (22) - Enlisted Concord Aug. 21, 1862 as a private, discharged June 4, 1865. Born in Newbury, Vt, and died in Concord, February 06, 1893. -

William W. Critchett* - Enlisted at Concord, NH Aug. 8, 1862, mustered Aug. 21, 1862. Mustered out of the service June 4,1865 with the Regiment. Born Epsom 1844.

ELEVENTH REGIMENT - Company E

Arthur C. Locke* - Enlisted from Epsom Aug. 15, 1862 as 1st Lt., promoted to Captain Dec. 18, 1862 and was wounded Sept. 30, 1864. Member of the Gordon Post GAR of Suncook (Pembroke) N.H. - Photo

Benjamin Bickford* (42) - Enlisted at Epsom Aug. 15, 1862. Transferred to Veterans Reserve Corps Jan. 15, 1864 and discharged June 30, 1865 at Indianapolis, IN. From GAR Book "He deems the most important events in his service was when he got out of the Battle of Fredericksburg alive and his experience in guarding Rebel Prisoners at Indianapois." Member GAR Post 66. - Photo

Samuel Bickford* (36) - Enlisted Epsom Aug. 15, 1862 as Corporal and discharged March 3, 1863 at Hampton, VA. From the GAR Book "He was in the Battle of Fredericksburg VA Dec. 13, 1862 and deems it the most important event of his service." Member GAR Post 66.

Samuel Bickford Jr.* (36) - Enlisted from Vermont Sept. 3, 1862 and mustered in Oct. 22, 1862. Discharged March 31, 1863 at Hampton, VA., died July 25, 1863, Washington, DC. Buried National Military Asylum Cemetery. Born in Epsom, December 05, 1826.

Thomas E. Bickford* (27) - Enlisted Epsom Aug. 15, 1862. Wounded in the face and side Sept. 30, 1864 at Poplar Spring Church and was sent to hospital at Alexandria, VA where he died of wounds Nov. 23, 1864. - Photo

Rufus Baker* (33) - Enlisted at Epsom. Wounded in the face Dec. 13, 1862 Fredericksburg, VA. Discharged Feb. 21, 1863. Member GAR Post 66.

Elbridge Batchelder* (21) - Enlisted at Epsom Sept. 8, 1862. Wounded Oct. 1, 1864. Appointed Corporal Mar. 1, 1865. Discharged at Alexandria, VA June 4, 1865. Member GAR Post 66.

David Brown Jr.* (40) - Enlisted from Epsom Aug. 15, 1862 and promoted to Corporal. Died of disease Sept. 3, 1863, Covington, KY

Jeremiah Burnham* (38) - Enlisted in Epsom Aug. 15, 1862 and promoted 1st Sergeant. In battle of Fredericksburg Dec. 13, 1862. In athe Hospital Hampton, VA and Concord, NH until May 8, 1863 when discharged on account of disability. Died of disease contracted in the service at his residence 1893.

William Burnham* - Enlisted Epsom Apr. 15, 1862. Confined to hospital at Camp Dennison, Ohio in Aug, 1863. Was transferred to Veteran Reserve Corp Jan. 15, 1864 and discharged Concord, NH May 24, 1864.

Charles A. Chapman* (18) - Enlisted Epsom Aug. 15, 1862 and promoted Corporal Sept. 1862. Wounded in the face December 13, 1862 at Fredericksburg, VA and sent to Carver Hospital in Washington, DC. Discharged Feb. 18, 1863 by reason of disability caused by wound. From GAR book "He states that the most important event of his service was when he drew his rations."

John Cotterell* (23) - Enlisted Aug. 26, 1862, credited to Sunapee. Sent to hospital at Hampton, VA where he died of disease March 26, 1863, Hampton, VA. Born 1839 Watervliet, NY.

John D. Dow* (18) - Enlisted from Epsom Aug. 18, 1862. Discharged with disability Mar. 2, 1864, Camp Nelson Hospital, Kentucky. Died Nov. 18, 1867. - Photo

Jefferson Edmunds* (38) - Enlisted at Epsom Aug. 15, 1862 and wounded at Arlington Heights May 1864, discharged by surgery certificate Sept. 20, 1864. Member GAR Post 66. - Photo

John H. Fife* (37) - Enlisted at Epsom Aug. 15, 1862 and part of the time being a cook for the officers, discharged June 4, 1865 near Alexandria, VA. Member GAR Post 66.

Charles E. Flower* (36) - Enlisted from Epsom Aug. 15, 1862. Wounded severely in the arm June 3, 1864 Bethseda Church, MD. Transferred to the Veteran Reserve Corp Mar. 8, 1865. Discharged June 28, 1865.

Charles A. Giles (23) - Enlisted from Epsom Aug. 30, 1862. Wounded Nov. 20, 1863, Knoxville, TN, and discharged June 4, 1865 near Alexandria, VA. His death took place in one of the Western States.

Charles Gordon* (37) - Enlisted at Epsom Aug. 15, 1862 and wounded in the abdomen Sept. 30, 1864, Poplar Springs, VA. Discharged due to disability June 5, 1865. Member GAR Post 66.

Charles H. Hall* (18) - Enlisted Epsom, Aug. 15, 1862. Wounded at White Sulpher Springs, VA, and again Dec. 13, 1862, Fredericksburg, VA. 1st man in Regiment wounded. Discharged at Concord, NH Feb. 21, 1863 on account of disability. Member GAR Post 66.

Ebenezer B. Hoyt* (30) - Enlisted at Epsom Aug. 15, 1862, promoted to Corporal Feb. 24, 1863, discharged June 6, 1865. He was an inmate of Main Street and Seminary Hospital , Covington, KY and also Depot Hospital, Concord, NH. Member GAR Post 66.

Henry G. Lake* (27) - Enlisted from Epsom Aug. 15, 1862. In the winter of 1862 sent to hospital at Hampton, VA and discharged Aug. 31, 1863 by reason of disability. Burned to death in his dwelling house in Chichester on the night of May 8, 1895.

Charles Lamprey* (30) - Enlisted from Epsom Aug. 21, 1862. At the Battle of Fredericksburg Dec. 13, 1862 and wounded. In hospital at Georgetown near Washington, DC and died in the hospital of disease March 2, 1863.

Josiah D. Langley* (30) - Enlisted Epsom Aug. 15, 1862. Hand was wounded slight in right thumb Dec. 13, 1862, Fredericksburg, VA. Discharged at Concord, NH May 18, 1865 by reason of Aphonia with chronic inflamation. From GAR book "He deems the most important event in his service Battle of Fredericksburg, VA Dec. 13, 1863."

Charles W. Leighton* (21) - Enlisted Oct. 17, 1861 at Epsom. Wounded slightly May 6, 1864, Petersburg, VA, wounded in the head June 16, 1864 Shand House, VA. Appointed Corporal June 3, 1863 at Stanford, KY. Discharged May 27, 1865. Member GAR Post 66. - Photo

Lauren A. Leighton* - Enlisted from Epsom Oct. 17, 1861, Co. I 6th Regt., but was mustered on account of being a minor on Aug. 15, 1862 as Pvt. 11th Regt. Co. E. took sick soon after entering the service and was sent to Georgetown College Hospital where he died of disease Nov. 22, 1862. From the GAR book "He was the first one to give up his life in Co. E. He was the only brother of C.W. Leighton of same Co. and Regt.

Willard B. Moore* (33) - Enlisted from Epsom Aug. 14, 1862. Wounded in both legs May 20, 1864, North Anna River, VA, and died July 24, 1864 on accout of wounds. Born Jan. 7, 1830 in Pembroke, NH

William S. Morrill* (27) - Enlisted from Epsom Aug. 15, 1862. Discharged June 4, 1865 from Alexandria, VA. Born 1834, Chichester and died May 06, 1867.

Charles Quimby* (33) - Enlisted Epsom Aug. 15, 1862. He was taken prisoner at the Battle of the Wilderness May 6th 1864 but escaped. He was also taken again in front of Petersburg, VA and got away. Born Apr. 4, 1829 in New Hampton, NH. - See the Quimby Bible

John A. Sargent* - Enlisted at Concord Jan. 28, 1864. Severely wounded at Spotsylvannia Court House, VA. May 12, 1864. Discharged at Manchester, NH June 5, 1865 on account of wounds. Born Epsom, NH Apr. 28, 1848.

Lucius B. Smith (18) - Enlisted Aug. 21, 1862 at Pembroke. Died of disease Mar. 17, 1863 at Hampton, VA. Born Manchester, NH.

Elbridge L. Swain* - Enlisted Chichester Aug. 29, 1862. Died of disease at Newport News, VA March 17, 1863. Born Bristol, NH

Charles W. Tarleton* (18) - Enlisted from Epsom Aug. 14, 1862, transferred to 2nd US Artillery Jan. 5, 1864, transferred to Veteran Reserve Corp Jan. 15, 1864. Confined to the hospital in Cincinnati 1863 and Indianapolis 1864. Discharged Aug. 29, 1865.

Edwin A. White (34) - Enlisted from Epsom, Aug. 18, 1862. Discharged June 14, 1865. Born Deerfield, NH in 1828. In 1866 had wife Mary A. age 31, and children Everett age 12 and Charles A. age 8, according to "disbursement of aid Apr. 16, 1866."

Benjamin B. Yeaton* (22) - Enlisted from Epsom Aug. 30, 1862 and wounded before May, 6, 1864, discharged May 16, 1865. Member GAR Post 66.

Levi G. Young* - Enlisted from Epsom Aug. 14, 1862 as Corporal. Died of disease and is buried at Falmouth, VA, Dec. 19, 1862.

ELEVENTH REGIMENT - Company F

Samuel T. Bickford* (26) - Enlisted Sutton, NH Aug. 15, 1862, discharged June 4, 1865 near Alexandria, VA. Member GAR Post 66.

ELEVENTH REGIMENT - Company H

Hollis M. Ham* - Enlisted from Enfield, NH aug. 12, 1862. Killed at Spotsylvannia, VA. May 12, 1864. Born Epsom, 1840.

ELEVENTH REGIMENT - Company I

Charles W. Durgin* - Enlisted at Exeter, NH Aug. 13, 1862 and discharaged June 4, 1865. Born in Barnstead, NH., Member GAR Post 66.

Daniel H. Hall* (18) - Enlisted from Epsom Aug. 15, 1862 & discharged with disability Apr. 9, 1863, Hampton, VA. Member GAR Post 66.

TWELFTH REGIMENT - Company E

Abner C. Jones - b. Stanstead, Canada. Enlisted Aug. 22, 1862, Plymouth, NH. At Gettysburg. Member GAR Post 66. From GAR Book "most important event of his service was when he got out of the Battle of Gettysburg alive." Member GAR Post 66.

TWELFTH REGIMENT - Company F

Ira Meserve* - Enlisted from Epsom Aug. 15, 1862, promoted Corporal Jan. 17, 1863. Transferred to Veteran Reserve Corp Apr. 10, 1864. Discharged July 10, 1865. Born Dover, NH.

FOURTEENTH REGIMENT - Company G

John Cate* (44) - Enlisted Chichester, Oct. 14, 1862. Wounded May 27, 1863 at Port Hudson, LA and died of those wounds Baton Rouge, LA on June 8, 1863. Born in Chichester and resided in Pittsfield, NH. -

FOURTEENTH REGIMENT - Company H

Fred T. Brown - Enlisted at Chichester Sept. 24, 1862, confined to Regimental Hospital entire service. Born Epsom, NH. Member GAR Post 66.

William Buzzell* - Enlisted from Epsom Sept. 24, 1862 and served until July 8, 1865 at expiration of term.

James Staniels - b. Chichester and enlisted Chichester Sept. 24, 1862, discharged July 8, 1865. Member GAR Post 66

Charles H. Towle - b. Chichester, enlisted Chichester Aug. 27, 1862, transferred to Veteran Reserve Corp Aug. 10, 1864. Never saw battle. Member GAR Post 66.

FOURTEENTH REGIMENT - Company K

Ellery C. Kelley* (18) - Enlisted from Pembroke, NH Sept. 26, 1862 and discharged with disability Oct. 7, 1863. Born in Pembroke and died in Epsom, NH Feb. 13, 1878. -

FIFTEENTH REGIMENT - Company B

Calvin D. Johnson* (23) - Enlisted at Epsom Sept. 17, 1862. At the siege of Port Hudson, LA. Discharged Sept. 17, 1863 Concord, NH on expiration of term.

FIFTEENTH REGIMENT - Company D

Thomas J. Ames* (33) - Enlisted Sept. 13, 1862 , Epsom and discharged at end of term Aug. 13, 1863. Member GAR Post 66.

Walter G. Brackett* (18) - Enlisted from Epsom Oct. 18, 1862. Took part in siege of Port Hudson in May 1863. On the return of his regiment to Concord, NH, he was left sick at Memphis, TN where he died Aug. 14, 1863, age 18-9-0. - see letter home to grandparents

Charles A. Brown* (18) - Enlisted at Epsom Sept. 17, 1862. At the battle of Port Hudson, LA.. Wounded May 27, 1863 and confined in the hospital at Baton Rouge, LA and at Darnestown, MD (1865). Discharged Aug. 13, 1863 at Concord, NH, expiration of term. Re-enlisted Mar. 28, 1865, Troop G (?) 1st NH Cavalry. Member of GAR Post 2 in Concord, NH.

John Calvin Brown* (18) - Enlisted in Epsom Sept. 17, 1862 and was at the siege of Port Hudson, LA. Confined in Hospital at New Orleans, LA in 1863 and discharged Aug. 13, 1863 at Concord, NH at expiration of term. From GAR Book "He deems the most important event of his service when he escaped being killed in the charge upon Port Hudson, LA" - Photo

John S. Griffin* - Enlisted from Epsom and mustered Oct. 18, 1862. Participated in the siege of Port Hudson. Confined in the Hospital at Port Hudson after the surrender. From the GAR Book "He deems the most important event of his service was working in the ditches and the two assults on Pembertons on the 27th of May and 14th of June 1863." He went into the service weighing 145 pounds. He came out weighing 95 lbs. with chills and fever & chronic diarrhea (Louisiana Break Down).

Samuel S. Johnson - b. Northwood, enlisted Northwood, NH Oct. 8, 1862, discharged Aug. 13, 1863. Member GAR Post 66. Photo

George H. Rand* (31) Enlisted at Epsom Sept. 13, 1862 as Corporal. Discharged Aug. 13, 1863 at expiration of term. Died from pneumonia complicated with debilitated condition from diseases contracted in Army. (May 02, 1888). Member GAR Post 66. - Photo

James Sanborn Jr.* (25) - Enlisted from Northwood, NH, Enlisted 9/6/1862; Must. in 10/8/1862 as Pvt. and died July 31, 1863 of dysentary on the Steamer "City of Madison", somewhere outside of Helena, AR, the coffin procured there and buried along the riverbank. - Photo

Charles A. (Augustus) Towle* (25) - Enlisted from Epsom Sept. 13, 1862 as 1st Sergeant. Confined in Hospital at Carrollton (LA) in the month of April 1863. From GAR Book "He deems the most important event of his service was when Port Hudson was surrendered to his commander Gen. Banks. He gives the names of John J.Hanson, A.P. Ambrose, Walter Brackett and Thomas J. Ames as his intimate comrades"

FIFTEENTH REGIMENT - Company I

James Dowst* - Enlisted Epsom Aug. 11, 1862. Killed at Antietam, MD, Sept. 17, 1862

SIXTEENTH REGIMENT - Company A

Henry Miller* - b. in New York, enlisted Northwood, Oct. 1862 & discharged Aug. 20, 1863. Member GAR Post 66.

EIGHTEENTH REGIMENT - Company A

Stephen B. Bartlett* (43) - Enlisted at Epsom Sept. 7, 1864. Wounded in the foot Apr. 3, 1865 at Petersburg, VA, discharged June 5, 1865. Member GAR Post 66 - Photo.

James M. Clark Jr.* (26) - Enlisted at Epsom Sept. 5, 1864 and discharged by Special Order #22 June 10,1865. Member GAR Post 66.

Dyer (Diah) Lovejoy* (18) - Enlisted from Epsom Sept. 26, 1864 and discharged June 10, 1865. - Photo

Rufus S. Marden* (37) - Enlisted Epsom Aug. 7, 1864, was in engagements around Petersburg, VA. Member GAR Post 66. - Photo

EIGHTEENTH REGIMENT - Company B

Moses Chamberlain (44) - Enlisted from Epsom and mustered Sept. 13, 1864. Discharged June 18, 1865. Born 1820, Roxbury, MA.

EIGHTEENTH REGIMENT - Company D

Benjamin Carson* (42) - Enlisted Epsom and mustered Sept. 13, 1864. Was in the fighting around Petersburg, VA in 1864. Discharged June 10, 1865.

Jeremy H. Nute* (40) - Enlisted Epsom Sept. 13, 1864, discharged June 10. 1865. Member GAR Post 66. - Photo

William H. Weeks* (25) see SECOND REGIMENT - Company C

Life Wiggin* (18) - Enlisted from Epsom and mustered Sept. 17, 1864. Appointed as musician. Discharged June 10, 1865 and died Ja. 14, 1874. Born 1846, Randolf, MA.

EIGHTEENTH REGIMENT - Company E

Henry (C) Lovejoy* (27) - Enlisted Epsom Sept. 26, 1864 and discharged June 10, 1865. Member GAR Post 66. - Photo

EIGHTEENTH REGIMENT - Company G

David Marden* (23) - Enlisted Concord Dec, 26, 1864. Discharged July 10, 1865. GAR Book says (1894) "none of his relatives have any knowledge of his whereabouts."

EIGHTEENTH REGIMENT - Company I

Henry C. Goss* (21) - Enlisted from Epsom Mar. 16, 1865 and discharged July 29, 1865 from Delaney House, Washington, DC

SECOND NH INFANTRY - Company B

Nathaniel D. Wallace* - Enlisted from Concord May 14, 1861; enlisted Comp. B June 1, 1861. Wounded May 5, 1862 and POW July 2, 1863. Died od disease while POW on Nov. 13, 1863, Richamond, VA. Burial unknown.

EIGHTEENTH NH INFANTRY - Company E

Jonathan Mason* - Buried Granny Howe Cemetery, Epsom. GAR Marker. - - Enlisted at Conway, NH Sept. 22, 1864 and discharged June 10, 1865. Private.

OTHER

Jeremiah Marden* and son Henry* - Both born Epsom, Jeremiah G. Marden, son of William. Supplementary Info

1st REGIMENT HEAVY ARTILLERY

George W. Pierce (19) - Enlisted Dept. 6, 1864, credited to Nashua, NH. Out June 15, 1865. Born Brookline. Civil War marker in Short Falls Cemetery, Epsom. No grave stone.

1st N.H. ARTILLERY - Company E

George H. Haines - Enlisted Chichester Sept. 5, 1864 as Corporal, discharged June 15, 1865. Member GAR Post 66

MASS CAVALRY - Company L

Madison Dickey* - Born 1841, died 1864. Buried Gossville (Hopkinson) Cemetery. -

1st MASS CAVALRY - Company A

Thomas M. Brown* - Enlisted Methuen, MA June 21, 1864. He was at one time inmate of Finley Hospital, Washington, D.C. Discharge date unknown. Born Epsom Dec. 10, 1845, died there Feb. 19, 1865.

2nd MASS CAVALRY - Company C

John Mowney - b. Oxford, Enlisted in MASS Dec. 12, 1864, discharged July 20, 1865. Member of GAR Post 66.

2nd MASS INFANTRY - Company H

Albert Johnson Hoyt* - Enlisted Salem, MA May 11, 1861 and also served in 3rd Brigade 1st Division Army Corp, Army 4 Virginia and 3rd Brigade 1st Division 12th Army Corps, Army of Potomac. Wounded at Chancellorsville and died from that wound May 28, 1863 Washington, DC

FOURTEENTH INFANTRY - Company A USA

John Perkins Jr.* (21) - Born in Allenstown, NH and enlisted Aug. 22, 1861. Discharged on account of disability May 1862, Philadelphia, PA. And died in Allenstown 1916. - - Photo

SEVENTEENTH INFANTRY - Company E USA

Austin E. Sanborn* - Enlisted Concord May 20, 1862. Born in Epsom February 03, 1837, brother of Joel L. (Libby) Sanborn, (U.S. Kearsarge) sons of Benvolio Sanborn. Supplementary Info

TWENTY-EIGTH REGIMENT - Company B MASS

Solomon G. Sargent* - Enlisted while residing in Pembroke, NH. Private for 3 years. Reported on rolls as absent since Mar. 25, 1865. Nothing more known. Born Epsom 1843.

FOURTEENTH REGIMENT - Company B MASS.

Christopher S. Heath* (33) - Enlisted Fort Warner, Boston Harbor, MA July 5, 1861 14th Regiment, Co. B, Mass Infantry and changed to 1st Mass Heavy Artillery. Later moved to Epsom, NH. Born Washington, VT. Member GAR Post 66. - Photo

FORTY-SIXTH MASS INFANTRY - Company B

G.H. Robey (Sergt.) - Buried in the Granny Howe Cemetery, Epsom. GAR marker. -

FIFTIETH REGIMENT - Company H MASS.

Jacob E. Griffin* - Enlisted Chelsea, Mass. Born Northwood, later resided Epsom. Member GAR Post 66. Photo

11th UNATTACHED HEAVY ARTILLERY

Enoch T. Brown* - Enlisted at Lynn, MA May 11, 1864. Discharged Aug. 17, 1864 at Boston, MA, expiration of term of service. Enlisted again at Boston, Sept. 1864 4th Mass Battery - they would not accept him on account of sickness.

ONE HUNDRETH THIRTY SEVENTH REGIMENT - Company C New York

John Hamilton Hall* - Enlisted Oswego, New York Aug. 1862 as Corporal. Discharged Nov. 1862 on account of General Debility at Sandy Hook, MD. Born Epsom Mar. 19, 1842.

SECOND REGIMENT - Company E Illinois

Andrew J. Hall* - Enlisted Summerfield, St. Clair, Illinois July 8, 1861. Was residing in Lebanon, IL 1861, returned to Epsom with his family and remained there until his death which occurred Oct. 31, 1873, age 38-6-8. Hall, from Summerfield, Illinois, served in Company E, 2nd Regt. of the Illinois cavalry, seeing action in Kentucky and Tennessee. His diary, written in a neat hand, is detailed about the regiment's movements and often complains about conditions in camp. It ends abruptly in June 1862. Diary is in the Milne Special Collections at the University of NH Read Diary

THIRD REGIMENT - Company B Vermont

Henry H.Lane* - Enlisted in Vermont Aug. 14, 1863. Discharged July 11, 1865 at Halls City, VA. Born Epsom Apr. 12, 1843.

U.S. KEARSARGE

Joel L. Sanborn* - Enlisted from Epsom Jan. 18, 1862. Entered the service from Portsmouth, NH, a machinist on the U.S. Steamer Sloop of War Kearsarge. The 1st engagement he was in the sinking of the Alabama off Cherbourg, France in the English Channel on Sunday June 4, 1866. Honorably discharged Nov. 29, 1864 at Boston, MA.

BRIGADIER GENERAL STATE OF MINNESOTA

John Benjamin Sanborn* - Enlisted Apr. 23, 1861, St. Paul, MN. As adjutant-general and quartermaster-general he organized and sent Minnesota troops to war in 1861; was colonel of fourth Minnesota in 1862; and served to the close of the war, becoming brigadier-general and brevet major-general. Photo