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Longver. More than two million men answered the call of the Union cause between and The final resting places of o New Hampshire residents who played a part in the “War Between the States” are listed in this ambitious work. Arranged alpha. New Hampshire Civil War death and burial locations.
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Civil War Death Rolls L. “Military Miscellaneous” V64 (Revolutionary to recent publications) 6. Censuses and Population Information A. Holbrook’s New Hampshire. Revolutionary Graves of New Hampshire NAME BORN PLACE OF BIRTH DIED PLACE OF DEATH MARRIED FATHER BURIED TOWN CEMETERY OCCUPATION SERVICE PENSION SOURCE Abbott, Benjamin Febru Concord, NH Decem Concord, NH Sarah Brown Concord Old North Cemetery Hutchinson Company; Stark Regt.
Civil War Prisoner of War Records, Ancestry. Civil War Soldiers Database National Park Service. Civil War and Later Veterans Pension Index Fold3. Civil War and Later Veterans Pension Index Fold3. Civil War enlistment papers, muster in and out rolls and indexesNew Hampshire Family History.
New Hampshire. New Hampshire Civil War Service and Pension Records, from FamilySearch. New Jersey. New Jersey State Archives Civil War Databases includes Civil War Service Records, (William S.
Stryker's Record of Officers and Men of New Jersey in the Civil War ) New Jersey Civil War Payment Vouchers, About New Hampshire, U.S., Death and Disinterment Records, Vital records in early New Hampshire are kept at the town level, with some records dating back to early Colonial days.
Statewide registration was required by law beginning inalthough compliance didn’t follow immediately, and even as late as the s, not all records.
Pompey, Sherman Lee. Honor roll of New Hampshire union soldiers who died during the Civil War, with their original burial locations. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, ). New Hampshire Civil War.
New Hampshire, according to the U.S. census, had a population ofNo Civil War battles were fought in the state, New Hampshire men joined the ranks of the Union military and saw action mainly in the east, but some units traveled as far as Mississippi and Louisiana, and participated in battles and campaigns, such as Cold Harbor and.
New Hampshire, U.S., State and Federal Naturalization Records, This database consists of naturalization records for New Hampshire from various federal, state, and local courts in New England. U.S., Civil War Roll of Honor, This database contains the names of overdeceased Civil War soldiers interred in U.S.
cemeteries. New Hampshire Census. Oxford, Massachusetts: Holbrook Research Institute, The New Hampshire Civil War History and Genealogy Project. This site is an attempt to tell the story of the Men and Women from New Hampshire who served in the Civil War. New Hampshire, County Naturalization Records, Naturalization records and.
A History of the Fifth Regiment of New Hampshire Volunteers, in the Civil War, Bristol, NH: R.W. Musgrove, Printer, OCLC Cross, Edward E. Stand Firm and Fire Low: The Civil War Writings of Colonel Edward E.
Cross. Hanover, NH: University Press of New England, ISBN Pride, Mike, and Mark Travis. marked the th anniversary of the start of the American Civil War. Between April and the spring ofthe Civil War tested our concepts of nationhood, attitudes towards race and human rights, gender roles, and the US Constitution itself.
During the Civil War, New Hampshire s to fight to preserve the Union. This remarkable diary details a New England childhood and the home front during the Civil War. It also contains genealogical information about Mary's family and all of the people in her diary.
Fully annotated and footnoted, the book follows Mary's life and her family until Signed copies are available. The database of burial information is updated each day. Search for burial locations of veterans and their family members in VA National Cemeteries, state veterans cemeteries, various other military and Department of Interior cemeteries, and for veterans buried in private cemeteries when the grave is marked with a government grave marker.
The Civil War veteran and early Civil War historian William F. Fox determined that this regiment had the highest number of battle-related deaths of any Union regiment.
The 20th-century historian Bruce Catton said that the Fifth New Hampshire was "one of the best combat units in the army" and that Cross was "an uncommonly talented regimental. As detailed in the following account, published on Christmas Day in the Detroit Free Press, recovery efforts of soldiers' remains sometimes were slipshod and unseemly."It is an unpleasant reflection, but the contractors who exhumed and reburied the bodies were paid so much for each, and this led to base trickery and worse frauds," wrote M.
Quad, pseudonym of former Union soldier Charles. American Civil War Prison Camps were operated by both the Union and the Confederacy to handle thesoldiers captured during the war from to The Record and Pension Office in countedNortherners who were captured.
In most were immediately paroled; after the parole exchange system broke down inaboutwent to prison camps. This database contains an index of details extracted from New Hampshire death records.
What’s in the Index. While the earliest vital records for New Hampshire were recorded by town clerks in the mids, legislation requiring the secretary of state to compile a. New Hampshire Civil War Calendars and Databases N.H. Division of Historcal Resources' focus on New Hampshire and the Civil War Press Releases.
As part of the observation of the sesquicentennial ( year) observation of the Civil War, the N.H. Department of Cultural Resources has developed several calendars and databases of information that track our state's involvement in the conflict that.
This was a very interesting history of New Hampshire in the Civil War. I bought it because of interest in History but especially because it happened in our state. Read more. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. drgnfly. out of 5 stars Purchased as a present.
Reviewed in the United States on Janu Reviews: 2. Three Letters from Soldiers SummerVol. 48, No. 2 By Kenneth M. Price and Jacqueline M. Budell Enlarge This painting of Walt Whitman--the poet s favorite--was done by Charles Hine when Whitman was A few years later, Whitman was living in Washington, D.C., and visiting sick and wounded soldiers in Union hospitals.
U.S., Registers of Deaths in the Regular Army, If your ancestor fought at the Little Big Horn, you may find him in these registers of Regular Army soldiers.
Iowa Civil War Soldier Burial Records. Listing of 30, Civil War veterans who served or lived in Iowa following the war. U.S., Military Burial Registers, T he gruesome task of exhuming and reinterring thousands of bodies on the Gettysburg Battlefield was made easier by early efforts to locate and document the temporary burial places of countless soldiers.
To modern historians, the most widely known of these efforts is the survey published in under the name “S. Elliott.” This map — considered without parallel until a “sister. Early life. Broughton Davis Harris was born in Chesterfield, New Hampshire on Aug or He attended Chesterfield Academy and Kimball Union Academy, and graduated from Dartmouth College in In college he was a member of Phi Beta Kappa and Alpha Delta Phi.
Harris studied law briefly before embarking on a career as a journalist as editor of The Vermont Phoenix and editor and. New Book The New Hampshire story inside Key West’s Civil War story. Learn More. Moose on the Loose.
Check out the Society's new social studies curriculum and website for Granite State kids, educators, parents, and everyone who enjoys learning about New Hampshire.
Latest Publication. U.S., Civil War Soldiers, This database contains the names of approximately million soldiers who served in the American Civil War. In addition to their names, information that may be listed for each soldier includes regiment, company, and rank. U.S., Civil War Pension Index: General Index to Pension Files.
The Stone School Museum, built inas a two-room schoolhouse, and now home to the New Market Historical Society, is located high upon Zion’s Hill on Granite Street.
Hours of operation are in our program of events and are on our web page and Facebook. If you need further information, please call and leave a message or via email at [email protected] list of national cemeteries contains burial grounds in 39 states, including Puerto Rico and Washington, D.C.
They have been deemed as being of national importance by the U.S. government since many of the individuals buried there served their country in one capacity or another or is an immediate family member of someone who did.U.S., Civil War Soldiers, This database contains the names of approximately million soldiers who served in the American Civil War.
In addition to their names, information that may be listed for each soldier includes regiment, company, and rank. U.S., Civil War .