The Civil War Honor Roll

 Indicates the Hero died in action.



Last

First & Middle

Enlisted Date

Enlisted Age

Occupation

Beginning Company

Beginning Regiment

Information

Ainslee

Henry

Dec. 10, 1863

 

 

 

 

Book states Dec. 10, 1863 enlisted in the US Navy and served aboard the USS Nyphon (brother Peter)

Ainslee

Peter E.

Dec. 10, 1863

 

 

 

 

Book states Dec. 10, 1863 enlisted in the US Navy served aboard the USS Nyphon (brother of Henry)

 

Arnold

Daniel P.

Aug. 15, 1862

39

Shoemaker

Company D

38th Mass Infantry

Pvt. Oct. 31, 1863 died of disease atBaton Rouge,LA March 15, 1864 his widow Hannah F. applied for a pension.

Arnold

Edward H.

Aug. 15, 1862

28

Shoemaker

Company D

38th Mass Infantry

Pvt. Nov. 28, 1862 discharged for disability at Baltimore, MD April 1, 1869 applied for a pension.

Arnold

George

Aug. 15, 1862

22

Shoemaker

Company D

38th Mass Infantry

c. 1840 born in Abington, MA Pvt., May 20, 1863 discharged for disability at Fortress Monroe, Hampton, VA member of GAR Post #104 (Edwin Humphrey) in Hingham, MA April 19, 1879 applied for a pension; 1890 living in Scituate, Plymouth County MA. April 11, 1914 died; May 21, 1914 widow Laura S. Arnold applied for a pension from MA. (Probably all related-best guess brothers)

Arthur

William

 

 

 

 

 

 

Baker

William L.

Aug. 1863

 

 

 

 

Book states  August 1863 enlisted in the US Navy as master's mate and served aboard the USS Hendrick Hudson.

Barnes

Albert F.

Aug. 14, 1862

21

Shoemaker

Company A

24th Mass Infantry

c. 1841 born in Hingham, MA Pvt. May 14, 1864 wounded at Drewry's Bluff, VA Dec. 4, 1864 discharged.

Barnes

John 

Jan. 2, 1864

44

Laborer

Company D

1st Mass Hvy. Artillery BN

Pvt., May 22, 1864 discharged for disability.

Barnes

John O. 

Dec. 15, 1863

18

Laborer

Company A

4th Mass Cavalry

Pvt.,  June 22, 1865 discharged for disability; member of GAR Post #104 (Edwin Humphrey) in Hingham, MA Jan 21, 1920 died.

Barrows

John

Dec. 12, 1864

30

Steward

Unassigned  

54th Mass Infantry

Pvt.,  Feb 1, 1865 transferred to Co. D, 54th Mass Infantry Rgt. Feb. 1, 1865 transferred to Co. D, 55th Mass Infantry Rgt.  Aug. 25, 1865 mo New York City

Bates

Abner N.

Sept. 30, 1862

18

Seaman

Company K

45th Mass Infantry

Pvt.,  July 7, 1863 mo at Readville, MA Aug. 20 enlisted in US Navy as first class boy and served aboard the USS Ohio, USS Pegot and USS Montgomery; April 23, 1864 discharged for disability at Norfolk, VA 1890 living in Scituate, Plymouth County, MA.

Bates

Adna Nichols

July 12, 1863

 

 

 

 

Book states enlisted in US Navy as master's mate; from July 12, 1863 served aboard the USS Canandaigua.

Bates 

Bela 

Aug. 15, 1862

20

Carpenter

Company D

38th Mass Infantry

Pvt., Oct 19, 1864 missing at Cedar Creek, VA. NFI

Bates

Caleb L. 

Sept. 15, 1862

18

Clerk

Company A

45th Mass Infantry

Pvt., December twisted his ankle in a pile of rails between New Bern and Goldsboro, NC July 7, 1863 mo at Readville, MA after war his leg was amputated due to the 1862 accident. July 7, 1863 mo at Readville, MA.

Bates

Cyrus H. 

Sept. 26, 18662

 

 

Company A

45th Mass Infantry

Pvt.,  Sept. 1906 applied for a pension from MA. Note-he did serve in the regiment (muster roll and pension index agree)

Bates

James L.

March 15, 1862

18

Farmer

Company A

1st Mass Hvy. Artillery BN

Pvt.,  Oct. 20, 1865 mo.

Bates

John F.

Dec. 7, 1863

20

Shoemaker

Company A

4th Mass Cavalry

Pvt., June 8, 1864 transferred to the US Navy as ordinary seaman; served aboard the USS Braziliera and USS South Carolina; Aug. 26, 1865 discharged.  Note- Bigelow states he served aboard the USS Vermont and treats this man as two seperate men.

Bates

Joseph J.

July 26, 1862

26

Fisherman

Company A

1st Mass Hvy. Artillery BN

Pvt., . No date 1st Sgt., Co. C; June 6, 1865 2nd Lt. But not mustered; July 20, 1865 mo as 1st Sgt.

Bates

Lincoln 

July 1861

 

 

 

 

Book states July 1861 enlisted in US Navy and served aboard the USS Sciota

Beal

James S. 

Feb. 24, 1862

22

Bootmaker

Company A

1st Mass Hvy. Artillery BN

Pvt.,  Feb 27, 1865 discharged.

Beal

Robert Y.

August 1862

 

 

 

 

Book states August 1862 enlisted in the US Navy.  No Information on him found.

Beal

Samuel

March 1, 1862

29

Bootmaker

Company A

1st Mass Hvy. Artillery BN

Pvt.,  Oct. 20, 1865 mo.

Bennett

Charles Frederick

July 2, 1861

21

Stonecutter 

Company A

16th Mass Infantry

Cpl., Aug. 5, 1862 wounded at Malvern Hill, VA,  July 27, 1864 mo.

Blossom

Thomas D.

4/29/42-4/28/00

 

 

 

1st Sgt. Co, E 32nd Mass Vol

 

Bourne

Elias W.

Sept. 15, 1862

18

Machinist

Company A

45th Mass Infantry

Pvt., July 7, 1863 mo at Readville, MA. Member of GAR Post #40 (General H.G. Berry) in Malden, MA Sept. 27 1914 died.

Carl

William R.

Aug. 22, 1862

34

Clerk

Company E

3rd Mass Cavalry

Pvt., Nov. 5, 1863 discharged for disability at Port Hudson, LA.

Clarke

John

Dec. 5, 1862

37

Seaman

Company A

3rd Mass Hvy. Artillery

Pvt., Jan. 13, 1864 discharged for disability.

Coan

Leander S.

Aug. 29, 1864

26

Clergyman

Company C

61st Mass Infantry

Pvt., June 4, 1865 mo.

Connor

Morris

Oct. 22, 1863

 

 

Unassigned  

 

Feb. 8, 1864 unassigned recruit; $325. Bounty

Cook

John H.

April 7, 1905

33

 

 

Captain

 

Couillard

David J. 

Dec. 5, 1862

18

Mariner

Company A

3rd Mass Hvy. Artillery

Pvt.,July 25, 1864 transferred to US Navy at Philadelphia, PA as ordinary seaman; served aboard USS Princeton, USS Glaucus, USS Galatea and USS North Carolina; Sept. 4, 1865 discharged.

Couillard

William J.

Aug. 20, 1863

 

 

 

 

Enlisted in the US Navy and served aboard the USS Anthony; Aug. 1864 discharged; Nov. 1864 re-enlisted in the US Navy for 12 months.

Curtis

Robert Lorenzo

Dec. 28, 1862

 

 

 

 

Enlisted in the US Navy and served aboard the USS Flag; Feb. 15, 1865 discharged at the Philadelphia, PA Navy Yard.

Davis

Charles F. 

Dec. 17, 1862

20

Clerk

Company A

3rd Mass Hvy. Artillery

Pvt.,  No date cpl. Oct. 3, 1865 mo; member of GAR Post #89 (J. H. Chipman, Jr.) in Beverly, MA Feb. 11, 1924 died.

Davis

Joseph R. 

Aug. 25, 1862

44

Harness Maker

 

11th Mass Light Artillery

Pvt., May 25, 1863 mo at Boston, MA.

Dinsmore

John H.

Dec. 21, 1862

 

 

 

 

Book states enlisted in the US Navy as second assisstant engineer; from Dec. 21, 1862 served aboard the USS Saco.

Doane

Joseph Foster

May 24, 1861

25

Trader

Company I

1st Mass Infantry

Waggoner, May 25, 1864 mo at Boston, MA.

Dunster

Samuel K.

Nov. 26, 1861

29

Shoemaker

Company C

24th Mass Infantry

Pvt., Sept. 2, 1864 hospital steward; Jan. 20, 1866 mo at Richmond, VA.

Fish

George A.

Oct. 14, 1862

30

Shoemaker

Company B

1st Mass Hvy. Artillery BN

Pvt.,  June 29, 1865 mo.

Fish

Joseph W.

Aug. 16, 1862

24

Shoemaker

Company D

38th Mass Infantry

Pvt., June 14, 1863 wounded at Port Hudson, LA June 30, 1865 mo at Savannah, GA. 

 

Gannett

William

July 21, 1863

24

Stonecutter 

Company E

15th Mass Infantry

Pvt./draftee, June 22, 1864 captured atPetersburg,VA Oct. 7, 1864 died while a prisoner of war at Andersonville, GA.

 

Gaylord

Levi B.

 

29

 

 

Sgt. Co A

Missing un Action Nordton Medal of Honor

Gibbs

Thomas O.S.

Aug. 29, 1862

22

Blacksmith

Company C

44th Mass Infantry

Pvt., June 18, 1863 mo at Readville, MA.

Gove

William Bradford

Sept. 22, 1862

21

Clerk

Company C

43rd Mass Infantry

Sept. 7, 1841 born in MA; Pvt.,  July 30, 1863 mo at Readville, MA.

Groce

Leander W.

Nov. 2, 1861

23

Shoemaker

Company A

32nd Mass Infantry

Musician, Jan 6, 1863 discharged for disability atNew York City; Aug. 19, 1863 (Age 24) pvt., Co. F, 3rd Mass Heavy Artillery Rgt. June 29, 1865 discharged.

Gross

Charles A.

Sept. 15, 1862

30

Expressman

Company A

45th Mass Infantry

Pvt., July 7, 1863 mo at Readville, MA

Hall

Samuel  H.

 

 

 

 

 

Book states 1862 enlisted in the US Navy and served aboard the USS Crusader.

Hardwick

Henry C. 

March 4, 1862

21

Butcher

Company A

1st Mass Hvy. Artillery BN

Pvt., Oct 8, 1862 discharged.

Harris, Jr.

William F.

Dec. 9, 1862

18

Shoemaker

Company A

3rd Mass Hvy. Artillery

Pvt., Sept. 18, 1865 mo at Washington, D.C.

Haskell

Alfred

Dec. 5, 1862

38

Mariner

Company A

3rd Mass Hvy. Artillery

Pvt., July 25 or 30 , 1864 transferred to US Navy at Philadelphia, PA as seaman; served aboard  USS Princeton, USS Glaucus and USS North Carolina; June 12 1865 discharged at New York City.

Hayden

John G.

March 7, 1862

23

Seaman

Company A

1st Mass Hvy. Artillery BN

Pvt., July 8, 1863 cpl. April 15, 1865 sgt. Oct. 20, 1865 mo; member of GAR Post #78 (David A. Russell) in Whitman, MA Oct. 24, 1914 died.

Hayden

Solomon J.

Jan. 23, 1864

18

Laborer

Company D

1st Mass Hvy. Artillery BN

Pvt., Sept. 12, 1865 mo.

Hayden

Thomas O.

Aug. 12, 1862

21

Blacksmith

Company D

38th Mass Infantry

Pvt., No date cpl. Sept. 19, 1864 wounded at Winchester, VA June 390, 1865 mo at Savannah, GA.

Henry

Harrison

Aug. 14, 1862

27

Farmer

Company A

24th Mass Infantry

Pvt., No date transferred to Co. K; Jan. 20, 1866 mo at Richmond, VA.

Hume

Samuel H.

 

 

 

 

Co E GI Mass Inf.

 

Kane

Thomas

Dec. 4, 1862

26

Mariner

Company A

3rd Mass Hvy. Artillery

Pvt., July 25, 1864 transferred to US Navy at Philadelphia, PA as ordinary seaman; served aboard USS Princeton, USS Glaucus, USS Fox, USS Stars & Stripes and USS Dale; Aug. 18, 1865 discharged at Philadelphia, PA.

Keating

John

 

 

 

 

 

Book states 1863 enlisted in the US Navy as sailor and served aboard the USS Shenandoah to June 38, 1866 fireman aboard the monitor USS Yuma.

Lothrop

Thomas 

Aug. 12, 1862

43

Printer

Company G

1st Mass Infantry

Pvt., May 3, 1863 missing at  Chancellorsville, VA Oct. 15, 1863 gained (apparently was a prisoner of war); May 25, 1864 mo at Boston, MA.

Leithead

George F.

Aug. 23, 1861

19

Machinist

Company G

19th Mass Infantry

Pvt.,Sept. 17, 1862 wounded at Antietam, MD April 1, 1863 discharged for wounds at Frederick, MD.  April 24, 1863 applied for pension; Sept. 18, 1880 his mother Eloise R. applied for a pension. (Note-Mass. records state discharge for promotion but no evidence of subsequent service and he applied for pension April 24, 1863 which was awarded).

Lincoln

Daniel Bray

May 1861

 

 

 

 

Book states May 1861 enlisted in US Navy and served aboard the USS Minnesota.

Lincoln

John S.

8/6/29-7/10/99

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lincoln

Levi

Aug. 4, 1862

30

Carpenter

 

9th Mass Light Artillery

Pvt.,  no date cpl. June 18, 1864 killed at Petersburg, VA

Lincoln

Richard H.

Sept. 15, 1862

21

Stair Builder

Company A

45th Mass Infantry

c. 1841 born in Cohasset; Pvt.,  July 7,1863 mo at Readville, MA member of GAR Post #144 (Charkes W. Carroll) in Dedham, MA Feb 12, 1962 died.

 

Lincoln

Stephen P.

Sept. 15, 1862

18

Student

Company A

45th Mass Infantry

Pvt., dying en route to MA,  June 30, 1863 died of disease at Cohasset, MA  STEPHEN P. LINCOLN THE SAILOR AND STEPHEN LINCOLN THE SOLDIER.  OBVIOUSLY TWO DIFFERENT MEN SINCE THE SAILOR GOT MARRIED AFTER THE WAR AND HAD A NUMBER OF CHILDREN; THE SOLDIER DIED OF DISEASE.

Lincoln

Stephen

May 1862

 

 

 

 

Nov. 16, 1861 born at Cohasset son of Cornelius and Hannah Beal Lincoln;  enlisted in US Navy and served aboard the USS King Fisher; June 2, 1862 captured on the Florida coast while getting water; confined in Libby Prison at Richmond, VA Oct. 1862 exchanged; on or after April 5, 1867 married Alice L. Thornton (1845-?) at Cohasset; children were Cornelius Lincoln born March 25, 1868 at Cohasset, Bertha Thornton Lincoln born June 2, 1870 at Cohasset; Grenville Norcross Lincoln born July 8, 1874 at Cohasset; and Aldred Percival Lincoln born May 27, 1885 at Cohasset.

Litchfield

George Albion

Feb. 24, 1862

22

Shoemaker

Company F

32nd Mass Infantry

Pvt., Aug. 15, 1862 died of malaria.  

Mann

Josiah

Sept. 9, 1864

30

Farmer

Company K

1st Mass Hvy. Artillery BN

Pvt.,  Aug. 25, 1865 mo; 1890 living in Scituate, MA.

 

Manuel

John Lewis

March 5, 1862

31

Shoemaker

Company A

1st Mass Hvy. Artillery BN

Feb 3, 1830 born at Hingham, MA oldest son of John and Mary Lincoln Manuel; Pvt., Aug. 19, 1862 died of disease at Ft. Warren, Boston Harbour, MA and buried in North Cohasset, MA

Meeker

Samuel

April 23, 1862

42

Seaman

Company H

2nd Mass Hvy. Artillery

Enlisted at Boston, MA as seaman, US Navy; served aboard the USS Ohio and USS Mahaska; June 29, 1864 discharged; Aug. 9, 1864 pvt.  Sept. 3, 1865 mo at Wilmington, NC

 

Minot

Leonard William 

April 19, 1861

18

Baker

Company F

18th Mass Infantry

Pvt.,  April 23, 1862 died of pleurisy at Philadelphia, PA

Minot

Levi L.

Dec. 5, 1862

18

Mariner

Company A

3rd Mass Hvy. Artillery

Pvt.,  July 25 or 30, 1864 transferred to USS Navy at Philadelphia, PA as ordinary seaman, served aboard USS Princeton, USS Glaucus, USS Fox, USS Stars and Stripes and USS Dale; Aug 18, 1865 discharged at Philadelphia, PA

Morey

George T.

Aug. 20, 1862

22

Fisherman

Company A

1st Mass Hvy. Artillery BN

Pvt., April 15, 1865 cpl. July 20, 1865 discharged.

Morey

Oliver D.

March 7, 1862

18

Fisherman

Company A

1st Mass Hvy. Artillery BN

Pvt.,  March 15, 1865 discharged.

Morse

William H.

Oct. 13, 1862

23

Fisherman

Company B

1st Mass Hvy. Artillery BN

Pvt.,  June 29, 1865 mo.

Munnise

Joseph F.

Jan. 25, 1864

38

Shoemaker

Company D

1st Mass Hvy. Artillery BN

Pvt.,  Sept.. 12, 1865 mo.

Murphy

Thomas

Jan. 16, 1864

28

Mariner

Company D

1st Mass Hvy. Artillery BN

Pvt., Sept. 12, 1865 mo.

Newcomb

Warren

Jan. 4, 1864

31

Mariner

Company D

1st Mass Hvy. Artillery BN

Pvt., May 11, 1864 transferred to US Navy as seaman; served aboard the USS Ohio and USS Santiago de Cuba; Jan. 1 1865 captain of after guard; fought at Fisher, NC May 8, 1865 discharged.

Nichols

James W.

 

 

 

 

 

26-04

Nott

Dawes  S.

Oct. 22, 1863

27

Painter

Unassigned  

12th Mass Infantry

Pvt., unassigned, Feb 18, 1864 discharged for disability.

Oakes

Benjamin Franklin

Sept. 28, 1861

19

Clerk

Company H

24th Mass Infantry

OF Boston & Cohasset; Cpl., Aug. 11, 1863 discharged for promotion; Aug. 16, 1863 capt., 36th US Colored Infantry Rgt. April 19, 1864 discharged; Nov. 16, 1864 pvt., Co. H, 4th Mass Cavalry Rgt. Feb. 25, 1865 sgt. Feb. 28, 1865 quartermaster sgt. May 8, 1865 2nd lt. July 8, 1865 sgt.maj. no date transferred to Co. K; Aug. 16, 1865 1stlt. but not mustered; Nov. 14, 1865 mo at Richmond, VA member of GAR Post #113 (Edward W. Kinsely) in Boston, MA. (Note- dates as 2nd lt. and sgt.maj. are as given in Mass records; presume the commission was backdated).

Palmer

Alonzo L.

Oct. 13, 1862

32

Farmer

Company B

1st Mass Hvy. Artillery BN

Pvt.,June 29, 1865 mo.

Pelby

Forrester A. 

May 24, 1861

24

Civil Engineer

Company I

1st Mass Infantry

Sgt., Aug. 26, 1861 2ndlt. July 17, 1862 1stlt. March 2, 1863 Capt. No date transferred to Co. E; Sept. 22, 1863 discharged.

Phinney

Isaac

Aug. 4, 1862

38

Farmer

Company A

35th Mass Infantry

Pvt.,  June 9, 1865 mo at Alexandria, VA.

Powers

Henry

December 1863

 

 

 

 

December 1863 enlisted in the US Navy as sailor and served aboard the USS Harvest Moon.

Pratt

Charles A.

July 28, 1862

19

Shoe Dresser

Company A

1st Mass Hvy. Artillery BN

Pvt.  April 1, 1864 cpl. April 15, 1865 sgt. July 20, 1865 discharged.

Pratt

Charles H.

Nov. 20, 1861

21

Mason

Company C

 

Enlisted at Boston, MA as artificer, US Army Engineer Bn. Nov. 20, 1864 discharged at Camp Woodbury, VA.

Pratt

Gustavus P. 

Dec. 7, 1863

22

Surgeon

 

19th Mass Infantry

Enlisted as assistant surgeon, Nov. 23, 1864 surgeon; June 30, 1865 mo at Munson's Hill, VA.

Pratt

Henry T.

 

 

 

 

 

29-64

Pratt

Nichols

Aug. 23, 1862

 

 

 

 

Enlisted in the US Navy as acting master's mate and served aboard the USS McKnight (?) See attached information. Nov. 2, 1863 acting ensign; April 25, 1865 acting master; 23 months of blockage duty.

Pratt

William H. 

Sept. 15, 1862

20

Painter

Company A

45th Mass Infantry

Pvt., July 7, 1863 mo at Readville, MA.

Prouty

Bardin Hyland

March 6, 1862

32

Shoemaker

Company A

1st Mass Hvy. Artillery BN

Nov. 9, 1822 born in Hingham, son of Nathaniel and Matilda Prouty; enlisted as cook,  March 5, 1865 discharged; member of GAR post #165 (William Wadsworth) in Duxbury, MA Dec. 16, 1910 died. Note based on birth date he was 39 when enlisted; the age spread, 22years, based on birth date makes it easier to accept the fact that Bardin H. prouty is Bardin A. Prouty's father.  Otherwise it is only a 16-year difference.

Prouty

Bardin Augustus

March 10, 1862

18

Teamster

Company A

1st Mass Hvy. Artillery BN

June 18, 1844 born in Cohasset son of Bardine Hyland and Esther A. Prouty; enlisted as cook, Oct. 20, 1865 mo; member of GAR Post #165 (William Wadsworth) in Duxbury, MA Jan. 19, 1914 died. Note: based on birth date he was 17 when he enlisted)

Prouty

George H.

Feb. 24, 1862

30

Shoemaker

Company F

32nd Mass Infantry

Pvt., June 18, 1864 captured at Petersburg, VA Aug. 12, 1864 escaped and returned to duty; July 19, 1865 mo.

Remington

William H. 

Dec. 17, 1862

21

Seaman

Company A

3rd Mass Hvy. Artillery

Pvt., No date transferred to Co. D; May 23, 1864 2nd lt. March 4, 1865 1st lt. March 13, 1865 brevet capt., volunteers; Sept. 18, 1865 mo at Washington DC

Richards

John J.

Aug. 4, 1862

19

Clerk

Company A

1st Mass Hvy. Artillery BN

Pvt.,  July 20, 1865 discharged.

Ripley

George

 

 

 

 

 

14-Apr

 

Ripley

Martin T.

Feb. 20, 1862

38

Shoemaker

Company F

32nd Mass Infantry

Pvt.  June 1, 1864 captured; Aug. 29, 1864 died of disease while prisoner of war at Adersonville, GA and buried in the Andersonville National Cemetery (Grave #7200). Note-Bigelow says date of death Aug. 21, 1864)

Rooney Jr.

James 

Dec. 14, 1863

18

Mariner

Company A

4th Mass Cavalry

Pvt.,  June 8, 1864 transferred at Port Royal, SC to US Navy as ordinary seaman and served aboard the USS Commodore McDonough; Jan. 25, 1865 discharged at Philadelphia, PA.

Sewall

George W.

Nov. 6, 1862

28

Civil Engineer

Company G

47th Mass Infantry

Pvt., Aug. 11, 1863 discharged at New Orleans, LA by order of Major Gen. N. Banks.

Shaw

Robert B.

Dec. 2, 1862

21

Bootmaker

Company E

32nd Mass Infantry

Pvt.,  May 5, 1863 wounded at Chancellorsville, VA June 3, 1864 wounded at Bethesda Church, VA Dec. 17, 1864 discharged.

 

Shays

James 

Oct. 11, 1861

33

Farmer

Company D

30th Mass Infantry

Pvt., Oct. 22, 1862 died of disease at Carrollton, LA

 

Simpson

Oliver E.

May 24, 1861

24

Mariner

Company I

1st Mass Infantry

Cpl.,  July 18, 1861 killed at Blackburn's Ford, Va. And originally near a meeting house on the battlefield.  William Thayer carried his body back to Centreville and taken to the back of the meeting house (New England Church building) and buried him there. (Leg amputated before death, need info)

Smith

William L.

 

 

 

 

 

served in Guards of District of Columbia, NFI (A short term militia unit)

Snow

H.P.

 

37

 

 

 

1929

Spear

Thomas T.

 

 

 

 

 

Served in the US Navy aboard the tinclad USS St. Clair on Western rivers; Sept. 1862 promoted to quarter gunner.  (Note-Bigelow says ship was at Ft. Donelson-history of ship does not support this as it was not included in the fleet until Aug. 1862. 

Stetson

Martin B.

 

 

 

 

 

1/28/1998

Stoddard

Henry

 

 

 

 

 

  Corp

Stoddard Jr.

Zenas

Sept. 17, 1861

30

Carpenter

Company C

 

Pvt. Enlisted at Boston, Mass as sgt., US Army Engineer Bn. Sept. 17, 1864 discharged at Camp Woodbury, VA. (Note- Bigelow lists him as orderly or first sgt.)

Sweeney

James M. 

Sept. 30, 1862

18

Student

Company K

45th Mass Infantry

Pvt., July 7, 1863 mo at Readville, MA

Taylor

Charles A.

 

 

 

 

38th Reg. Co C.

 

Thayer

Willie F.

Dec. 16, 1863

18

Butcher

Company A

4th Mass Cavalry

Pvt.,  Nov. 14, 1865 mo at Richmond, VA.   William  carried Oliver Simpson's (of Cohasset) body back to Centreville and taken to the back of the meeting house (New England Church building) and buried him there.

Tilden

Amos Kendall

September 1863

 

 

 

 

Sept. 1863 enlisted in the US Navy and served aboard the USS Pampero.

Tilden

Caleb F.B. 

July 27, 1862

21

Farmer

Company A

1st Mass Hvy. Artillery BN

Pvt.,Aug. 25, 1864 cpl. July 20, 1865 discharged.

Tilden

Eustis W.

Oct. 13, 1862

28

Expressman

Company B

1st Mass Hvy. Artillery BN

Pvt.,  Dec. 3, 1864 cpl. June 29, 1865 mo.

 

Tower

Alvin  

April 16, 1861

28

 

Company I

4th Mass Infantry

OF Hingham and Cohasset; Sept. 13, 1832 born at Cohasset, youngest son of Asa and Ruth Collier Tower; Pvt.,  July 22, 1861 mo at Long Island, Boston Harbor, MA Aug. 29, 1861 pvt., Co. A, 20th Mass Infantry Rgt. June 8, 1862 died at Hampton, VA of a gunshot wound in the leg received on June 1, 1862 at Fair Oaks also known as Seven Pines, VA.

Tower

Francis C.

March 8, 1862

18

Farmer

Company A

1st Mass Hvy. Artillery BN

Pvt., Oct 20, 1865 mo.

Tower

George B.N.

 

 

 

 

 

Third engineer aboard the USS Huron; promoted to first assistant engineer.

Tower

Isaac H.

Dec. 15, 1862

19

Shoemaker

Company B

1st Mass Hvy. Artillery BN

Born in Cohasset; Pvt.,  May 19, 1864 discharged for disability at Ft. Warren, Boston Harbor member of GAR Post #98 (Henry Bryant) in Cohasset MA.  May 31, 1912 died.

Tower

John W. 

July 26, 1862

19

Seaman

Company A

1st Mass Hvy. Artillery BN

Nov. 17, 1842 born at Brewster Island Boston Harbor, MA enlisted at Ft. Warren Boston as pvt.,  Described at enlistment as: 5'5.5", light complexion, blue eyes, brown hair; July 1, 1863 cpl. Sept. 1, 1863 sgt no date transferred to Co. D; July 26, 1865 mo; member of GAR Post #165 (William Wadsworth) in Duxbury, MA 1918 post commander of GAR Post #165; 1921 post commander of GAR Post #165; March 20, 1925 died at Boston, MA and buried in the Mayflower Cemetery in Duxbury, MA.

Tower

Levi C. 

Oct. 10, 1862

25

Fireman

Company B

1st Mass Hvy. Artillery BN

Pvt., June 29, 1865 mo.

Tower

Thomas

Oct. 10, 1862

31

Blacksmith

Company B

1st Mass Hvy. Artillery BN

Pvt.,  May 20, 1863 cpl. Dec. 3, 1864 sgt. June 29, 1865 mo.

Tower

Zealous Bates

 

 

 

 

 

Jan. 12, 1819 born in Cohasset.  July 1, 1841 graduated from West Point (first of 52 graduates) and appointed 2ndlt.  Corps. Of Engineers; spent a year as assistant to the board of enginners; 1842 became assistant professor of engineering at West Point; 1843-1846 employed in the construction of the fortifications at Hampton Roads, VA April 18, 1847 brevet 1stlt., US Army for Cerro Gordo, Mexixo; April 24, 1847 1stlt. during the Mexican War was at battles of Cerro Gordo, Contreras, Chapultepec, and in the operations which ended in the surrender of Mexico City; Aug. 20, 1847 brevet. capt., US Army for Contreras and Churubusco, Mexico; Sept. 13, 1847 brevet. maj., US Army for Chapultepec, Mexico; 1848-1861 engaged in engineering work mainly on the Pacific coast; July 1, 1855 capt. Aug. 6, 1861 maj., US Army; chief engineer for the defenses of ft. Pickens, Pensacola, FL Nov. 22, 1861 brevet. lt.col., US Army for Ft. Pickens, Fla Nov. 23, 1861 briggen., volunteers; June 10-26, 1862 commanded the 2nd Brigade, Ord's Division, Deptartment of Rappahannock; June 26-Aug. 30, 1862 commanded the 2nd Brigade

Tower

Zealous Bates

CON'T

 

 

 

 

 (26th and 94th NY Infantry Rgts. And 88th and 90th PA Infantry Rgts.) 2nd Division, III Corps, Army of Virginia during the second Manassas, VA campaign-fighting at Cedar Mountain, Thoroughfare Gap and Bull Run, VA Aug. 9, 1862 brevet. col., US Armyfor Cedar Mountain, VA Aug. 30, 1862 severely wounded in the leg and which incapacitated him for service; July-September 1864 superintendent of the West Point; September 1864 returned to duty in the field as chief engineer superintended the construction of the defenses in front of Nashville and participated in the battle at that place in December; staff officer in the Military Divisions of the Mississippi and Tennessee; March 13, 1865 brevet. briggen., US Army for Groveton, VA and majgen., US Army and brevet majgen., volunteers for war service; Nov. 11, 1865 lt.col. Jan 15, 1866 mo as briggen., volunteers; during the following eight years was engaged in improving US harbors of the country both for commercial and military purposes; Jan. 13, 1874 col. Jan. 10, 1883 retired; March 20, 1900 died at Cohasset, and buried in Central Cemetery.

Towle

Joseph M.

Dec. 2, 1861

22

Mason

Company E

32nd Mass Infantry

Pvt., Dec. 16, 1864 mo; 1890 living in Plympton Plymouth County, MA.

 

Treat

John Allen

Aug. 9, 1862

24

Shoemaker

Company I

1st Mass Hvy. Artillery BN

Pvt.  June 22, 1864 captured at Petersburg, VA no date at Andersonville, GA prisoner of war camp; no date transferred to Florence, SC prisoner of war camp; Nov. 24 1864 died while a prisoner of war at Florence, SC.

Treat

Sylvanus Franklin

Aug. 9, 1862

21

Student

Company I

1st Mass Hvy. Artillery BN

Pvt., June 22, 1864 captured at Petersburg, VA July 8, 1864 mo.

Vinal

Charles Agustus

Sept., 15, 1862

19

Farmer

Company A

45th Mass Infantry

March 23, 1843 born in Scituate, MA son of Freeman and Sarah A. M. Vinal; Pvt.,July 7, 1863mo atReadville,MA

Wells

Charles F.

May 23, 1861

20

Carpenter

Compang G

1st Mass Infantry

Pvt.,  No date sgt. Dec. 4, 1862 transferred to Battery E, 4th US Artillery Rgt. Jan. 29, 1867 discharged at Ft. Barrancas, FL.

Wheelwright

Lewis  L.

Jan. 18, 1864

38

Shoemaker

Company D

1st Mass Hvy. Artillery BN

Pvt.,  Sept. 12, 1865 mo

Whittier

Charles

Feb. 24, 1862

22

Shoemaker

Company A

1st Mass Hvy. Artillery BN

Pvt.,  Oct. 20, 1865 mo.

Whittier

William 

Feb. 24, 1862

18

Shoemaker

Company A

1st Mass Hvy. Artillery BN

Pvt., Oct. 20, 1865 mo.

Whittington

Hiram

 

 

 

 

 

1862 Enlisted in the US Navy as landsman; served aboard the USS Montgomery Oct. 30 1862 (?) promoted rank not given.

Willcutt

Elbridge

Nov. 20, 1861

22

Mason

Company C

 

Enlisted at Boston, MA as Pvt.,  US Army Engineer Bn. And served as a  mason, no date transferred to Co. D; Nov. 20, 1864 discharged at Camp Woodbury, VA.

Willcutt

Lyman D.

Sept. 15, 1862

20

Mason

Company A

45th Mass Infantry

Pvt., Co. A, 45th Mass Infantry Rgt. July 7, 1863 mo at Readville, MA

Willcutt

Wallace 

Feb. 12, 1864

23

Seaman

Company A

3rd Mass Hvy. Artillery

c. 1841 born in Cohasset; Pvt.,  Sept. 18, 1865 mo at Washington, DC member of GAR Post 31 (George W. Perry) in Scituate, MA Jan. 30, 1911 died.

Williams

Andrew W.

Oct. 29, 1861

27

Carpenter

Company C

 

Enlisted at Boston, AM as Cpl., US Army Engineer Bn. Oct. 29, 1864 discharged at Camp Woodbury, VA

Williston

Charles H. 

May 9, 1863

18

Farmer

Company B

1st Mass Hvy. Artillery BN

Pvt., June 29, 1865 mo.

Williston

Thomas

Aug. 14, 1862

19

Fisherman

Company D

38th Mass Infantry

Pvt., June 14, 1863 wounded at Port Hudson, LA Oct. 20, 1863 discharged for wounds at Boston, MA Note-Bigelow states discharged for disability.




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