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62nd Massachusetts Infantry      
Company Unknown
Jerome Samuel Drake - Private   
Still trying to verify Jerome Samuel is from Westfield Mass and that his given name is Samuel Jerome. 2 books of his I have in my possession suggest he went by Jerome Samuel, as he signed the books in that manner.
Contact Name:  Dean Drake
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Date Added:  2/12/2008
Company Unknown
Elmer Hawes Pond - Unknown   
He was my Great Grandpa
Contact Name:  John Kettle
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  8/20/2013
Company B
Charles Kingsbury Drury - Sergeant Major   
Charles served from August 26, 1864 and was discharged on June 4, 1865. He was elected sergeant on the day he enlisted in the regiment was promoted to 1st Sergeant on March 1, 1865 was by the time he was discharged from the Army he was a Sergeant-Major.
Contact Name:  Kim Elder
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Date Added:  5/2/2004
Company B
John Gregg - Private   
John Gregg was a Drummer Boy in Company B of the 61st Regiment Massachusetts Infantry(Volunteers)which was the last regiment to be called up for service in the Civil War. He enlisted from New Salem Massachusetts at the age of 16 around October 1864 and trained at Gallops Island in Boston Harbor.

He participated in the Petersburg Campaign and was present with his unit under Major General Hartranft near Appomattox at the surrender. He died on March 5, 1936 at the Old Soldiers Home in Chelsea, Massachusetts and is buried in Old Calvary Cemetery, Waltham, Massachusetts.
Contact Name:  E. Melanson
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Date Added:  10/23/2005
Company C
George Henry Simpson - Private   
Also served in 18th Massachusetts. Discharged Jan 12, 1870 as a Sargeant in Atlanta
Contact Name:  Steve Milligan
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Contact Homepage:  http://www.werelate.org/wiki/Person:George_Simpson_%2813%29
Date Added:  3/27/2004
Company Field & Staff
James Gordon Clark Dodge - Lt. Colonel   
Promoted to Full Major (As of 61st MA Inf) on 9 November 1864.
Commissioned on 19 November 1864.
Promoted to Brevet Lieutenant Colonel on 9 April 1865.
Mustered out on 4 June 1865.
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Contact Name:  Eric Stone
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Contact Homepage:  http://i30.photobucket.com/albums/c341/armistead46/Pictures/JamesGordonClarkDodge.jpg
Date Added:  6/4/2010
Company I
John Bruno - Private   
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Contact Name:  John Dwyer
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Date Added:  2/13/2011
Company I
Charles Bowman Farwell - Private   
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Contact Name:  Anne Marie Tremblay
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Date Added:  9/6/2010
Company I
Francis S Martin - Private   
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Contact Name:  William Pavao
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Date Added:  1/14/2006
Company I
Edgar Stevens - Private   
Edgar Stevens was my great-great grandfather, and I do not know much about him. He served in the 51st Mass. Infantry, Company F, in 1862-63 and in the 61st, Company I, in 1865. I own a small percussion derringer-style handgun, rather similar to the one used to shoot President Lincoln, that Edgar carried while in the service. A dealer once told me that the Army often did not issue firearms to the soldiers; they brought their own with them, and these small handguns were commonly sold for $2 each in railroad stations. Edgar must have been proud of his Civil War service as he named his son Winfield Scott Stevens. My mom almost named me Scott Winfield Stevens in his honor, but a relative told her that 'Winnie' was a jerk, so she went a different route.
Contact Name:  Mark E Stevens
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Date Added:  1/30/2006
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