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24th Connecticut Infantry USA

Name: Thomas D. BaconRank: Private Company: A
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Name: George BrownRank: Private Company: A
George also served in Co. C in the 10th Connecticut Infantry. His real name was James Gray but changed it to George Brown. He filed for a government pension on January 3, 1891 due to a disability claimed during his service in the Civil War. In his pension record he states he was born in Canada. However, other records have been found that report he was born in England, maybe Scotland. Family history handed down is that he was running away 'from something' and fled to Canada. After an exhaustive search for his final resting place, I discovered that he is buried in Hartford, CT. Date of death: October 7, 1896, age 80.

I am looking for a picture of him and hope to correspond with anyone who thinks they might be related to him.
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Name: Whitney P. ClarkRank: Private Company: F
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Name: Michael MartinRank: Private Company: K
Civil War Veteran. Served for Connecticut, enlisted K. Company, 24th Infantry Regiment on September 11, 1862, mustered out in Middletown CT. on September 30, 1863. Served in Louisiana at the Battle at Port Hudson on March 13-14th, 1863.
Julia A. applied for a Widows Pension on November 17, 1881. Application #287647, Certificate #277127.
Michael''s Civil War Service Records are in File #M535, Roll #10.

Died from consumption at The New Haven Hospital on June 6, 1881. Appears he resided in Hospital since 1875 due to Civil War health problems. Home residence listed as 174 Franklin Street. Buried by the Town of New Haven on June 8, 1881.

Obit: New Haven Daily Morning Journal-Courier,June 7, 1881, Page #2, 3rd Column Hospital Bulletin. '' Michael died Sunday night. He was a soldier who has been in the Hospital since 1875. He died of consumption on June 6, 1881.''

Obit: New Haven Evening Register, Wednesday June, 8, 1881, Page 1, Various matters. ''Michael Martin, age 40??, was buried by the Town today, from the Hospital. Phthsis was the cause of death.''
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Name: Hugh McManusRank: Private Company: K
Seeking a photo of the 24th or the Mansfield Post GAR #53.
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