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30th Connecticut Infantry      
Company A
Daniel R P Gilbert - Private   
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Contact Name:  Ken Bigos
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Date Added:  1/19/2007
Company A
Nelson Gilbert - Private   
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Contact Name:  Ken Bigos
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Date Added:  1/19/2007
Company A
George A Hamilton - Corporal   
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Date Added:  3/23/2004
Company A
Hancey Hamilton - Private   
He had disability discharge on February 13, 1862, later reenlisted in the 16 C V I on August 24, 1862 and was killed in Action three weeks later at Antietam, he is in Antietam National Cemetery, Number 1092
Contact Name:  James Burton
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Date Added:  3/23/2004
Company B
Charles R Burns - Private   
Charles R. Burns enlisted at New Haven, Ct on April 7, 1864 and was mustered into service at Fort Trumbull, CT as a private in the 12th Connecticut Infantry, Company B on April 11, 1864.
He was captured in action October 19, 1864 at Cedar Creek, Virginia and held at Richmond, Virginia until being paroled December 16, 1864 at Charlestown, S.C.
Pvt. Charles R. Burns received an honorable discharge August 12, 1865 at Savannah, Georgia and returned to settle in New Haven, CT.
Contact Name:  Steven Brennan
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Date Added:  6/13/2014
Company C
Frank J Darby - Private   
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Date Added:  11/14/2011
Company D
Davis Dart - Private   
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Date Added:  1/30/2015
Company D
Andrew Jackson Phillips - Sergeant   
Andrew J. Phillips (my g-g-g-grandfather) resided in Waterford and was 28 years old when the war began. He enlisted as a private on 1/8/62 and was subsequently promoted to Corporal on 3/17/62. Promoted again to Sgt. On 4/1/62. He was captured at Brashear City, LA on 6/23/63 (along with seven other members of his regiment) and paroled on 6/29/63. Re-enlisted 1/22/64. ''AJ'' was wounded at Cedar Creek on 10/19/64 (family lore has it he was hidden by a woman in her house until the confederates were swept out of the area) and he was discharged on 11/28/64. Some of the battles his unit were in included Port Hudson, Winchester, Fisher Hill and Cedar Creek (as part of Sheridan''s Army of the Shenandoah). If you have or are looking for specific information on the 12th's history, you can email me directly. Regards, Scott B.
Contact Name:  Scott Brown
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Date Added:  2/26/2002
Company E
Daniel Riordan - Private   
Daniel is buried in St. Mary's Cemetary Norwalk, CT. Died Sept 4th 1907 at 68yrs. Married to Bridgett Ahearn Riordan.
Contact Name:  Chris Andre
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Date Added:  12/7/2008
Company F
Samuel H Sheldon - Private   
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Date Added:  2/20/2005
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