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10th Connecticut Infantry USA

Name: Charles L. EvertsRank: Corporal Company:
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Name: Henry Clay TrumbullRank: Chaplain Company:
Henry Clay Trumbull, born in Stonington,CT joined the 10th Regiment as a Chaplain in September 1862 in New Berne, NC.
He served that unit until mustered out in August 1865. He was captured and served time in Richland jail in Columbia SC but was later released.The 10th served in the Richmond and Petersburg area in the last year of the war and they were at Appomatox Courthouse at the surrender.
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Name: George W. RamsayRank: Private Company: A
Geo. W. Ramsay. 10th Co.
He appears in the medical article by Dr. Thompson American Medical Times, 1862 battle of New Bern - noted as being shot in the head.
Name appears on the Newtown, CT CW monument.
Also appears in Fold3 with cross reference to alias of George Washburn.
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Name: John BurtonRank: Private Company: B
He was my Great Great Grandfather, born in Nottingham, England circa 1828.
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Name: Loden A. HouseRank: Unknown Company: B
Loden A. House, of Co. B, 10th regiment, C.V., was accidently shot by a fellow soldier at Newbern, N.C., on Tuesday, April 1st [1862]. He lingered until the next day and died. His age was 35, and he was the youngest son of Leonard House, Esq., of East Glastenbury.

Source: Hartford Courant (Hartford, CT) State Items. April 17,1862. Page 2.
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Name: Albert Walter KeeneyRank: Private Company: B
This is my wife''s Great-Grandfather.
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Name: Amandor Chauncey KeeneyRank: Private Company: B
This is my wife''s Great-Grandfather''s brother. He was killed at the Battle of New Market Road, Virginia, 7 Oct. 1864.
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Name: Albert Payne WoodworthRank: Sergeant Company: B
Enlisted as Corporal September 5, 1861, promoted to full Sergeant October 18, 1862. Became very sick while in North Carolina, almost died. End of military service September 29, 1864. Sergeant Albert Payne Woodworth (1836-1926).
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Name: John Douglas LaurieRank: Corporal Company: E
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Name: George E. FrenchRank: Private Company: F
He was mustered in as a Corporal in 1862, but left as a Private. I am sure there is a story in there somewhere.
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Name: Edgar WilliamsRank: Private Company: F
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Name: Henry M. RaymondRank: Private Company: G
“Deaths.
… “At Newbern, N.C., on board the steamer New Brunswick, on the 17th ult [March], Henry M. Raymond, of Norwalk, aged 17 years and 7 months. He was a member of the 10th C.V.” [Private Co. G] Buried Lakeview Cemetery, New Canaan, Fairfield County, Connecticut.
Source: Saturday, April 12, 1862. Columbian Register (New Haven, CT). Volume: L. Issue 2577. Page3.
Contact Name: Gilbert Skip Riddle
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Name: George L. ChappellRank: Corporal Company: H
George had no children, but did have 3 brothers and 3 sisters in New London
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Name: Arthur W. SmithRank: Sergeant Company: H
'Died.
At Newbern, N.C., July 8, of typhoid fever, Sergeant Arthur W. Smith, of Co. H, 10th Ct. Vol., age 24 years, son of Ordnance Sergeant M. W. Smith, now stationed at Fort Adams, R.I.
From a letter written by one of his companions we learn that this young man expressed a willingness to die, having the assurance that he should hear the welcome sound 'enter into the joys prepared for you'. He leaves a wife but no children. Young Smith was a printer by trade, having worked for eight years in the office of the New Star London. He was represented as a young man who in his deportment was uniformly candid, manly and sincere. His aged parents who have yet three sons in the army, posses the consolation that his memory is without reproach.'
source: Mortuary Notice. Saturday, July 19, 1862. Newport Mercury. Newport Rhode Island. Page 3.

'A letter received in this city from Gilbert T. Smith, of the 10th Conn. Regiment, dated Newbern, N.C. Aug. 25th, says: - 'The schooner Challenge, Capt. Baily, from Groton, sailed from here [Newbern] last Saturday for New London with the remains of Sargent Arthur Smith on board.'
Source: September 2, 1862. New London Daily Chronicle, New London, CT, Vol. XV, Issue 256, page 2.

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Name: Joseph A. LombardRank: Sergeant Company: I
Sgt. Jospeh A. Lomard, Company I, shot in the head, battle of New Bern, died 3/14/62.

“Arrival of U.S. Steam Transport Haze, from New Bern, N.C.
The United States mail steamship transport Haze, Capt. J. E. Williams, arrived at New York Wednesday morning from Newbern, N.C. after a passage if forty-five hours. She brings the mails from Gen. Burnside’s division and about one hundred passengers. Also a large amount of express freight to Adam’s Express Company, and eighteen bodies of deceased soldiers belonging to the 51st New York, 9th New York, 10th Connecticut, and 2d Massachusetts.
The following are the names of members of the 10h Connecticut regiment, whose bodies are from Newbern: Sergeant J. Lomdard, Company I, Greenwich, CT.; privates James McDonald, Co. I, Greenwich, CT., Silas Hubbard, Co. C, Bristol; Noyes A. Treat, Co. C., Milford; Silas A. Sears, Co. C, New Haven, and Henry A. Downs, band, Milford. These bodies were under the charge of Dr. Henry Botsford, of the sanitary commission department, detailed to accompany them”.

Source: New London Daily Chronicle (New London, CT). Arrival of U.S. Steam Transport Haze, from New Bern, N.C. May 9, 1862. Volume: XV. Issue 109. Page 2.
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Name: James McDonaldRank: Private Company: I
Private James McDonald, of Co.I, was wounded at the battle of New Bern, ball through left arm, on 3/14/62 and died 3/16/62.

“Arrival of U.S. Steam Transport Haze, from New Bern, N.C.
The United States mail steamship transport Haze, Capt. J. E. Williams, arrived at New York Wednesday morning from Newbern, N.C. after a passage if forty-five hours. She brings the mails from Gen. Burnside’s division and about one hundred passengers. Also a large amount of express freight to Adam’s Express Company, and eighteen bodies of deceased soldiers belonging to the 51st New York, 9th New York, 10th Connecticut, and 2d Massachusetts.
The following are the names of members of the 10h Connecticut regiment, whose bodies are from Newbern: Sergeant J. Lomdard, Company I, Greenwich, CT.; privates James McDonald, Co. I, Greenwich, CT., Silas Hubbard, Co. C, Bristol; Noyes A. Treat, Co. C., Milford; Silas A. Sears, Co. C, New Haven, and Henry A. Downs, band, Milford. These bodies were under the charge of Dr. Henry Botsford, of the sanitary commission department, detailed to accompany them”.

Source: New London Daily Chronicle (New London, CT). Arrival of U.S. Steam Transport Haze, from New Bern, N.C. May 9, 1862. Volume: XV. Issue 109. Page 2.
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Name: James L. MorseRank: Private Company: K
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