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62nd Massachusetts Infantry      
Company A
Levi Brooks - Private   
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Date Added:  6/25/2008
Company A
Charles Hugo Otto - Private   
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Date Added:  5/23/2009
Company B
John W. Gilmore - Private   
“North Brookfield. – The funeral of John W. Gilmore, a private in company B, of the Massachusetts twenty-seventh regiment, who died at the hospital at Newbern, N.C., on the 18th inst. [April], was observed in the meeting house of the first congregational society in North Brookfield [MA], on the 24th inst. [April]. The body of the deceased had been carefully wrapped in bandages soaked with tar, by his comrades in the army, and was so preserved as to be recognized by his family and friends. He was the son of Mr. George A. Gilmore, 22 years of age, and a young man of exemplary morals, and much respected. Nearly a thousand people assembled at his funeral. Fellow soldiers, mostly members of the Massachusetts fifteenth, who were taken prisoners at Ball’s Bluff, and had been released on parole, were present as an escort, and bestowed military honors upon the dead at the grave. Many a tear was shed, not only in sympathy with the mourners, but also in anxious solicitude for friends now in the ranks of the army.”
Source: Wednesday, April 30, 1862. Massachusetts Spy (Worcester, MA). Volume 91. Issue 18. Page 2.
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Date Added:  3/18/2014
Company C
John Carter Delvy - Private   
Family records record the Name as Delvee,
Gravestone records the name as Delvy
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Date Added:  5/17/2010
Company D
Dexter Burnett - Private   
I would like more information on the Mass 27th and relative's service. Also would like information on regiment's involvement in campaign at Kinston, NC and Southwest Creek. Relative was captured at Southwest Creek on Mar 8, 1865 and held in Libby Prison until Mar 26, 1865.
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Date Added:  1/25/2009
Company E
Chauncy Burditt Blair - Private   
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Date Added:  7/17/2006
Company E
Hugh Dolan - Private   
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Date Added:  4/23/2008
Company E
James Dolan - Private   
Looking for anything connected to 27th Mass
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Date Added:  4/23/2008
Company E
Eldad E Moore - Corporal   
Corp in Co. E 27th Mass. Enlisted 29 Sep 1861 and Separated 29 Sep 1864. Captured May 16, 1863, Fort Darling. Moore was sent to Andersonville, Ga but escaped. Pension card for Eldad E. Moore, Corp Co E, 27 Mass Infantry Cert. No. 981854, Army Invalid, Died Feb 8, 1922 in New Bedford, MA
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Date Added:  6/26/2016
Company F
Edward N. Smith - Private   
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Date Added:  4/21/2011
Company F
William C. Soule - Private   
Soule, William C. — Priv. — Res. Otis; farmer; 20; enl. Sept. 14, 1861; must. Sept. 20, 1861; wounded March 14, 1862, near Newbern, N. C. ; died March 19, 1862, Newbern, N. C, of wounds.
Source: MA Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines in the Civil War, page 161

“Berkshire County. The 27th regiment had in its ranks a private named Sales [Soule] of Otis when it was first formed. He fought at Roanoke and Newbern and was killed.“
Source: Wednesday, Aug.20, 1862. Massachusetts Spy. Worcester, MA Vol. 91, Issue 34, page 3.
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Date Added:  3/25/2014
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