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31st Massachusetts Infantry USA

Name: John BuntingRank: Unknown Company: A
The only document I have found is a pension application.
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Date Added: 12/18/2011Edit Ancestor Edit your relative   Delete Ancestor Delete your relative
Name: Patrick Unk. DugganRank: Private Company: A
Patrick Duggan (or Dugan- he was illiterate) emigrated from Fethard, Co. Tipperary,Ireland to Adams (then South Hoosac) MA in the early 1850's. Enlisted in Co. A, 31st Mass. (Western Bay State Reg't) in Dec. '61. Went to Ship Island & New Orleans with Gen'l Butler. Was hit in the head at Fort Bisland April 13, 1863, hospitalized & discharged 11/63. He lived until St. Paddy's Day, 1920 with a 1' X 2' depression in his skull and was buried by his family and GAR comrades with honors in Adams.
Contact Name: Bob Carney
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Date Added: 8/12/2005Edit Ancestor Edit your relative   Delete Ancestor Delete your relative
Name: Henry William FrenchRank: Private Company: A
Little is known of this man so far. I believe he was a very young drummer with the regiment.
Contact Name: Brian D. McCullough
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Name: George H. ProutyRank: Unknown Company: A
Says George enlisted at Cohasset, Massachusetts in 1861. Was the first union regiment in New Orleans when that city fell.
Contact Name: Shawn Verdine
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Date Added: 6/28/2006Edit Ancestor Edit your relative   Delete Ancestor Delete your relative
Name: Rollin E. CrandallRank: Unknown Company: B
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Contact Name: Bruce Crandall
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Name: Lorenzo R. PutnamRank: Private Company: F
Was discharged as a corporal.
Contact Name: Michael Durfee
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Name: John Carl SeidenstrickerRank: Private Company: F
My gggrandfather's headstone reads:

John C. Seidenstricker
PVT CO F, 31st MA Infantry, Civil War
Sept 8 1842
Sept 8 1900
Died in the
1900 Storm
Galveston, Texas
Contact Name: Nancy Kitchel
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Name: Marcus Morton ThompsonRank: Private Company: F
Marcus Thompson wrote an incredible letter to his brother-in-law Orin Amsden from Ft. Pike in November, 1862, describing the voyage from Boston to New Orleans, the Battle of New Orleans, the occupation of New Orleans and some about daily life there.

He joined up with his brother-in-law Ellis Amsden, and Ellis' son Jacob Estan Amsden, and describes their health in the letter.

Marcus and Ellis were both dead of disease by fall, 1863. Jacob Estan Amsden re-enlisted, was wounded in the Battle of Yellow Bayou, and died of his wounds in June, 1864.
Contact Name: Randy Muller
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Name: John E. MooreRank: Private Company: G
Please contact us if you have a photo from the MA 31st Company G or from their GAR Hall. We have a volume of one of his diaries kept during the war. If you have copies of other volumes please let us know. Thanks
Contact Name: James Roberts
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Name: Hiram DaleyRank: Private Company: H
Private - Age 43
Enlisted and Mustered 27 Nov 1863
Wounded (shot in the head) - New Market, VA - 15 May 1864
Discharged for wounds - 11 March 1865

My gggrandfather
Contact Name: Don McCormick
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Name: David Sanford DarlingRank: Private Company: H
Enlisted as a Private on 16 February 1862 at the age of 19.
Mustered in Company H, 31st Infantry Regiment Massachusetts on 19 February 1862.
Mustered out on 23 February 1865 at New Orleans, LA.
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Name: Edward PageRank: Captain Company: H
Enlisted as a Captain on 21 November 1861 at the age of 26.
Commission in Company H, 31st Infantry Regiment Massachusetts on 20 February 1862.
Resigned on 21 April 1864.
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Contact Name: Eric Stone
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Name: Peter St. PeterRank: Private Company: H
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Contact Name: Dan M.
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Name: Caleb Franklin TuftsRank: Private Company: H
I am writing a book about Caleb who was also in the 27th Mass Infantry and was captured at Drewey's Bluff on May 16, 1864 and spent the next seven months in Confederate Prisons finally exchanged on Dec 16, 1864. Caleb was my great uncle. His brother William was in the 20th, the Harvard Regiment and my great grandfather, Caleb's brother George was in the 27th. My great grandfather, William Newman, was also in the 27th and died in New Berne, NC on May 17, 1862 of typhoid. There was also two Tufts cousins in the Union army, one from Vt. and one from NH. All the Tufts men survived the war. Caleb's father, also Caleb, was the 12th child of Zachariah Tufts who was called Morgan Tufts as he was a member of Col Morgan's riflemen who stopped the British cold at Saratoga and completely defeated Col. Tarlton at Cowpens. he also served in Col. Starks NH regiment, in the 11th Virginia regiment and in a NY light infantry unit. His service record indicates that he served 7 1/2 years in the Revolutionary War.
Contact Name: gene gore
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Name: Daniel WashburnRank: Private Company: I
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Contact Name: kim washburn
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Date Added: 5/28/2005Edit Ancestor Edit your relative   Delete Ancestor Delete your relative
Name: John Gilman DawesRank: Private Company: K
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Contact Name: D. Wiker
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