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62nd Massachusetts Infantry      
Company Unknown
Orlando C Prouty - Private   
Orlando Prouty was wounded at Sheperdstown, West Virginia after the battle of Sharpsburg. He would survive the war.
Contact Name:  Shawn Verdine
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Date Added:  5/1/2007
Company Unknown
George Henry Simpson - Sergeant   
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Contact Name:  Steve Milligan
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Contact Homepage:  http://www.werelate.org/wiki/Person:George_Simpson_%2813%29
Date Added:  12/16/2012
Company D
Richard H. Holmes - Sergeant Major   
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Contact Name:  Leonard
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  1/16/2010
Company G
George Shaw - Private   
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Contact Name:  Robert Daniels
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Date Added:  3/1/2007
Company H
Edwin Sumner Parmenter - Private   
Edwin was a single farmer on the Parmenter family farm on Sherman Road in northeast section of Sudbury, Massachusetts. Enlisted Concord, Mass., July 1863 as a substitute for his brother Albert T.. Trained at Deer Isle, Boston Harbor. His first battle was the Wilderness May 1864. MWIA on June 7, 1864 by musket ball to left side in a skirmish near Grapevine Bridge, Chickahominy River, VA., following Battle of Cold Harbor. Died of wounds at White House Va. on June 9th and is buried at Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Sudbury, Mass. His brother later named a son after Edwin.
Contact Name:  Ralph Bennett
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Date Added:  8/10/2005
Company I
William Whiting Hemenway - Captain   
My Great-Great Grandfather; William W.Hemenway (1st) who was a Captain in the Massachusetts 18th Volunteer Infantry. He was severly wounded on the 2nd day of Gettysburg during fighting in the wheat field. He later lost his leg as a result and was mustered out of the army late in 1864. I still have his cartridge box.
Contact Name:  Massey Hemenway
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Date Added:  7/8/2011
Company I
Samuel Harris Jordan - Private   
I'm part of a research team which has been chasing the 18th Massachusetts Infantry for years. If you had an ancestor who served with the 18th contact us. We love to hear from fellow descendants! If you have a question we may very well have the answer. If you have information to share we'd love to have it.
Contact Name:  Donald Thompson
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Contact Homepage:  www.18thmass.com
Date Added:  3/3/2010
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