Capt. Noah Hardy

Capt. Noah Hardy

Born 16 Sept. 1789, Nelson, Cheshire County, New Hampshire
Died 28 Nov. 1862 (aged 73) Nelson, Cheshire County, New Hampshire
Burial at the Munsonville Cemetery, Munsonville, Cheshire County, New Hampshire

 

John C. Kelly

Pvt. John C. Kelly (1841-1907)—1st New Hampshire Heavy Artillery


Carte de visite backmark: C. C. Rowell, Photographer, Newport, N.H.

Kelly, John C. 1st New Hampshire Heavy Artillery; Co. H; born in Newport; age 22; credited to Newport; enlisted Sept. 8, 1864, for 1 year; mustered in Sept. 7, 1864 as a Private; mustered out June 16, 1865. P. O. address, Newport, N.H.

John Chandler Putnam

Capt. John Chandler Putnam – 20th Massachusetts Infantry & 1st Veteran Reserve Corps.

Putnam enlisted on July 10, 1861 at Boston, Massachusetts as a Captain. On August 2, 1861 he was commissioned into Co. H of the 20th Massachusetts Infantry. He was listed as wounded October 21, 1861 at Ball’s Bluff, Virginia. A severe wound in the right arm which was amputated. He was discharged due to wounds on September 8, 1863. On October 29, 1863 he was commissioned as a Captain into Co. A of the 1st Veteran Reserve Corps. He resigned on January 15, 1865.

Family in Wolfboro, New Hampshire

An American carte-de-visite of a family in Wolfboro, New Hampshire

A handsome man smoking a long pipe standing with a woman in a hoop skirt next to a tree. In front are two young women seated on the grass, one reading a book and the other with an oblong carte-de-visite album lying on her dress. In the distant background is Lake Winnipesaukee, the largest lake in the State of New Hampshire.

Carte de visite backmark: Photographed by J. C. Bennett, Wolfboro’, New Hampshire.

Henry H. Ayer

Capt. Henry H. Ayer

Ayer, Henry H., 3rd New Hampshire Volunteer Infantry, Co. H; born Ballston, N. Y.; age 42; resident of Concord (Fisherville, now Penacook); enlisted Aug. 15, ’61, as Priv.; appointed 1st Lt. Aug. 22, ’61; mustered in Aug. 22, ’61, as 1st Lt.; appointed Capt. Co. H, Aug. 1, ’62; wounded July 18, ’63, Ft. Wagner; wounded severely. Aug. 26, ’63, Morris Island; killed May 16, ’64, Drewry’s Bluff, Va.

Vermont Infantry—unidentified

Vermont Infantry – unidentified

Unidentified Vermont soldier. Possibly 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, or 6th Vermont Volunteer Infantry. Soldier is wearing a 6th Corp badge. The listed Regiments were all in the 6th Army Corps. and members of the Vermont Brigade. Research continues.

Carte de visite backmark: none. 2 Cent U.S. Internal Revenue Playing Card tax stamp affixed.

Edward A. Hobart

E. A. Hobart – Manchester, N.H. (1840-1866)

Edward A. Hobart is listed in the 1850 United States Census residing with his family in Stockbridge, Vermont. He is 10 years old making his birthdate around 1840. He was the son of Edward and Sarah J. Hobart and the brother of Sarah E. Hobart.

The 1860 United States Census finds him residing in Ward 1, Manchester, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. He is employed as a mechanic.

Dr. Munroe George Jewell Tewksbury

Munroe George Jewell Tewksbury, formerly known as Monroe James Tuxbury, was born on October 18, 1819, in Amesbury Town, Essex County, Massachusetts. His father, William, was 24 and his mother, Mary, was 19. He was a Physician. He married Laura Ann Riddle on February 1, 1854, in Bedford, New Hampshire. She was born in 1831 and like her husband also died young at the age 40 in 1871.

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