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Company G
William M. Towle
- Private
from Eaton, NH. Mustered in 9/2/1864. Mustered out on 6/15/1865 in DC. Died shortly afterwards.
Contact Name: Cheryl Stoyle
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Date Added: 6/17/2011

Company K
William L.S. Tabor
- Private
William L.S. Tabor, who was born in Methuen, Mass., and a resident of Hampstead, N.H., had prior service in the 15th N.H. Inf. Rgt.--for which service he received the Congressional Medal of Honor. On 17 Oct. 1864, Pvt. Tabor was mustered-in to Federal service for one year along with the rest of Co. K of the 1st N.H. Heavy Artillery Regiment. This regiment served on garrison duty within the Defenses of Washington, D.C., until June 1865. On 15 Jun. 1865, most of the regiment mustered-out of Federal service; two companies of recruits, however, remained on duty in the Defenses of Washington during the summer of 1865. On 11 Sep. 1865, these last two companies of the 1st N.H. Heavy Artillery Regiment were mustered-out of Federal service, and returned home to N.H. NOTE: I regret to report that William L.S. Tabor was NOT my ancestor; but, because he is the only man from my hometown of Hampstead, N.H., to receive the Congressional Medal of Honor, I felt obligated to add his name to this registry.
Contact Name: Douglass R. Knight
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Date Added: 7/21/2007

Company L
Joseph Goodno
- Private
Civil War - Soldier Enlisted Sep 17, 1864 at 25 years old as a Private On Sep 29, 1864 he mustered into Co 'L' New Hampshire 1st Heavy Artillery He mustered out on Jun 15, 1865
Contact Name: Steve Milligan
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Contact Homepage: http://www.werelate.org/wiki/Person:Joseph_Goodno_%281%29
Date Added: 12/16/2012

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