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3rd Massachusetts Heavy Artillery      
Company B
Frederick Henry Bowditch - Private   
Frederick was discharged from the 42nd Mass. Infantry after his 90 day stint and enlisted in Company B, 3rd Massachusetts Heavy Artillery on 28 May 1863. He remained in the Artillery Unit until his discharge on 18 September 1865. He died at the Home for disabled Soldiers and Sailors Eastern Branch in Togus Maine on 22 Feb 1912.
Contact Name:  Philip Petropoulos
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Date Added:  4/24/2013
Company D
Edward Horace Spooner - Private   
Enlisted as a Private on 30 July 1863 at the age of 25.
Mustered in Company D, 3rd Heavy Artillery Regiment Massachusetts on 14 August 1863.
Mustered out on 17 May 1865.
Contact Name:  Eric Stone
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Date Added:  5/31/2010
Company G
Josiah Jones Proctor - Private   
PROCTOR, Josiah J. Was born March 5th, 1836, in Warwick, Massachusetts. He entered the service July 10, 1863 at Fort Independence, Boston Harbor, MA, as a private in the 11th Unattached Massachusetts Heavy Artillery and was discharged Sept. 18, 1865, as Sergeant at Fort Sumner, Maryland, by reason of muster out of regiment per S.O. No. 220 Dept. Washington A.G.O. He then transferred to Company G of the 3rd Massachusetts Heavy Artillery. He was first promoted to Corporal Dec. 12, 1863 and again promoted Aug. 1, 1865, to Sergeant, which rank he held when finally discharged by reason of the close of the war. At that time he returned to live in Spencer, Massachusetts. On December 4, 1918 he died and was buried at Pine Grove Cemetery in Spencer.
Contact Name:  Elaine Holman Benjamin
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Date Added:  5/23/2008
Company I
martin leonard - Private   
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Date Added:  6/10/2007
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