Charles H. Shepard

Charles H. Shepard (image circa 1864-1866)

Charles H. Shepard, on May 1, 1861, was commissioned into Co. B, 5th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry. He mustered out with the regiment on July 31, 1861 in Boston, Massachusetts.

Charles H. Shepard, 2nd Lieut., 1st Heavy Artillery, mustered in March 19, 1862; 1st Lieut., Jan. 16, 1863; discharged, Nov. 18, 1864, disability; died, cause apoplexy, April 23, 1902, in Wakefield, Massachusetts.

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Officer, unidentified, NH Backmark

Officer, unidentified. New Hampshire backmark

Union Officer, unidentified. Carte de visite backmark: E. W. Johnson, Noyes Block, Nashua, N.H. Additional pictures can be had if desired. Research continues.

2 cent U.S. Proprietary Internal Revenue Stamp affixed.

Francis Wayland Parker

Parker, Francis W. 4th New Hampshire Volunteer Infantry, Co. E; b. Bedford; age 23; res. Manchester; enl. Aug. 19, ’61, as Priv.; app. 1st Lt. Sept. 20, ’61; must. in to date Sept. 18, ’61, as 1st Lt.; app. Capt., Jan. 17, ’62; wd. Aug. 16, ’64, Deep Bottom, Va.; app. Lt. Col. Jan. 3, ’65; captd. May, ’65, between Wilmington and Magnolia, N. C.; confined about 3 weeks; released; must. out Aug. 23, ’65. Bvt. Col., U. S. V., to dateMar. 13, ‘65, for faithful and meritorious services. P. O. ad., Englewood, Ill.

George W. Trickey

Trickey, George W. 2nd New Hampshire Volunteer Infantry, Co. K; born in Rochester, N.H.; age 25; resided in Rochester; enlisted May 21, ’61; mustered in June 8, ’61, as Priv.; discharged, disability July 15, ’61, Washington, D.C.

Trickey, George W. Co. B, 12th Maine Volunteer Infantry; born in Rochester, N.H.; age 25; resided in Rochester, N.H.; enlisted. Oct. 4, ’61, for 3 years; mustered in Nov. 16, ’61, as Corporal; appointed Sergeant; discharged disability April 4, ’62, Ship Island, Miss.

Trickey, George W. 15th New Hampshire Volunteer Infantry, Co. I; born in Rochester, N.H.; age 25; resided in Rochester, credited to Rochester; enlisted Aug. 30, ’62; mustered in Oct. 14, ’62, as Corporal; appointed Sergeant; mustered out Aug. 13, ’63 at Concord, N.H.

Trickey, George W. Veteran Reserve Corps, Co. I, 24th Regiment; born in Rochester, N.H.; age 27; credited to Rochester, N.H.; enlisted Sept. 14, ’64; mustered in Sept. 14, ’64, as Private; discharged Aug. 12, ’65.

William Hayward

William Hayward, pronounced by the leading critics of the metropolitan cities, both in the Atlantic and Pacific States, as being the most artistic and finished Vocalist now before the Public.” Photographed by R. A. Miller, No. 63 Court Street, Cor. Cornhill, Boston, Mass.

William Hayward was a concert singer of note in New England during and after the Civil War period. He was the son of a Manchester, N.H., English landscape gardener and the brother of Henry Hayward, who served as Captain and commander of Company E of the Second New Hampshire Infantry and died in action at Cold Harbor, Va., on June 3, 1864.

Charles Prew

Charles Prew, 3rd New Hampshire Volunteer Infantry, Co. E; born in Boston, Mass.; age 17; resident of Milford, N.H.; enlisted Aug. 11, ’61; mustered in Aug. 23, ’61, as Private; wounded, Aug. 26, ’63, Morris Island, S. C.; re-enlisted and mustered in Jan. 1. ’64, from Canaan, N.H.; wearing Service stripes; mustered out July 20, ’65 at Goldsboro, N.C. P. O. ad., Sterling, Mass.

Prior State Service. Prew, Charles. Milford, N.H. Volunteers; born in Boston, Mass.; resident of Milford, N.H.; enlisted Apr. 26, ’61, as Private; discharged, by order of Governor, June 10, ’61. P. O. address., Sterling, Mass.

Walter Harris Sargent

Lieut. Walter H. Sargent, 14th New Hampshire Volunteer Infantry, Co. H; born Mar. 6, 1825 in Boscawen, N.H.; age 37; resident of Webster, N.H., credited to Webster; appointed 2nd Lt. Oct. 9, 1862; mustered in to date Oct. 2, 1862; appointed 1st Lt. Co. D, Nov. 1, 1863; wounded twice and captured Sept. 19, 1864, Opequan, Va.; paroled Oct. 7, 1864; discharged due to disability Jan. 18, 1865. P. O. address, Boscawen, N.H.

Daniel Gifford

Daniel Gifford, Musician, Co. D, 60th Massachusetts Infantry.

Carte de visite backmark: “George M. Carlisle, 16 Main Street, Cor. Bedford, Fall River, Mass. Faculence. Copies of the same at any time.” Image circa (1865 – 1869)

Thomas Henry Dennis

Thomas Henry Dennis — 24th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry 

Carte de visite backmark: John A. Heard 10 Tremont Row, Boston. 3 cent Proprietary Internal Revenue tax stamp affixed. Heard is listed in the 1865 Massachusetts State Census as a 35 year- old photographer residing in Boston. 

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