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62nd Massachusetts Infantry      
Company Unknown
George Macomber - 1st Lieutenant   
Trying to find if 1st Lt. Adjutant George Macomber was stationed at Harpers Ferry Va.
Contact Name:  Phillip Atkinson
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Date Added:  5/31/2006
Company Unknown
Oriville Warren Prouty - Unknown   
Not much on Orville Prouty just says he served in the 34th Mass.
Contact Name:  Shawn Verdine
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Date Added:  6/28/2006
Company Unknown
William Sherry - Corporal   
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Contact Name:  Pamela Whiteside
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Date Added:  9/9/2008
Company A
Joseph Alton Sladen - Private   
Awarded Medal of Honor for action at Resaca, Ga., 14 May 64
Contact Name:  William Chickering
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Date Added:  6/1/2007
Company C
Henry Alonzo Bigelow - Unknown   
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Contact Name:  Patricia St.Marie
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Date Added:  8/7/2008
Company C
George Sylvester Prouty - Corporal   
Wounded June 5th, 1864 at the battle of Piedmont, Va. Died of wounds June 17th, 1864 at Harrisonburg, Va.
Contact Name:  Shawn Verdine
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Date Added:  6/28/2006
Company D
Joseph M Perkins - Corporal   
Joseph M. Perkins was wounded 5/15/64 at New Market and killed in action, 6/5/1864 at Piedmont. He was a painter from Holyoke, Massachusetts, born in New Hampshire. He left a wife, Mary (Foxwell) b. 1845 in upstate New York. The family story, brought back by his comrads, was that as the union infantry were advancing, Joseph was running across a field and shouted to his friends, 'We sure are beating the heck out of them today,' or something to that effect. He was killed instantly by a bullet or an exploding shell. His widow, Mary, never remarried and lived out the end of her life in Boston.
Contact Name:  Robert Daniels
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Date Added:  3/1/2007
Company D
Joseph Duncan Smith - Private   
Joseph Smith was mustered into service as a Private, Company D, 34th Regiment Massachusetts Infantry on 8/10/1864 and honorably discharged as a Private 7/21/1865. He was born circa 1831 in Utica, New York, and married Sarah A. Willis of Stoddard, NH and was the father of Mary (1874), Charles (1877), and Hiram (1880) Smith.
Contact Name:  Laurence
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Date Added:  10/5/2009
Company E
Charles Henry Giffin - Private   
Charles Giffin was a musician in the band. His brother was also in the band and was co-leader with Henry Pellet, their brother-in-law.
Contact Name:  Claudia Golemboski
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Date Added:  10/30/2008
Company E
Porter W. Robinson - Private   
died in the New Market, Va. Battle of Civil War.
Contact Name:  Patricia E. Flagg
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Date Added:  9/2/2007
Company F
James Burke - Private   
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Contact Name:  Alicia DeNood
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Date Added:  11/23/2005
Company F
Joseph Benjamin Green - Private   
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Contact Name:  R W Green
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Date Added:  7/11/2010
Company H
Patrick Moriarty - Private   
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Contact Name:  Stephen Pezzetti
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Date Added:  4/5/2009
Company K
Ensign Marshall Smith - Corporal   
Cpl. Ensign Marshall Smith was wounded at the Battle of New Market, Va. May 15, 1864. He recieved a foot wound during a charge, fell, then was shot point blank during a Confederate countercharge. The minie ball passed completely through his left lung, breaking ribs and exiting his lower back. After lying wounded from 3pm sunday to tuesday am, he was rescued by Solomon and Jessie Rupert. Jessie became known as the 'Angel of the Shenandoah.' He was later taken to the Confederate hospital at Harrisonburg. In August he escaped and walked 95 miles back to his Union lines at Keyser Va. (now W. Va.). An incredible survival story. He had been listed as dead but came home very much alive!
Contact Name:  Donald Polly
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Contact Homepage:  Military History Online
Date Added:  8/22/2007
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