Revised Register Of The
Soldiers And Sailors Of New Hampshire
In The War Of The Rebellion 1861-1866.

Prepared And Published By
Authority Of The Legislature,
By Augustus D. Ayling, Adjutant General.

Concord: Ira C. Evans, Public Printer. 1895.


[Transcribed by Dave Swerdfeger]

THIS company was organized at Manchester about the first of September, 1863, as of the New Hampshire militia. It participated in the encampment of the militia near Manchester, October 14 and 15, 1863, and in March, 1864, was sent to Goffstown to preserve order during the election.

On the 9th of May, in pursuance of telegraphic instructions from Maj. Gen. John A. Dix, commanding the Department of the East, dated April 24, 1864, it was mustered into the service of the United States for the period of sixty days, and sent to Fort Constitution at New Castle, to assist in relieving the First Company New Hampshire Volunteer Heavy Artillery, which had been ordered to the front. July 27, 1864, it was mustered out of the United States service. The company continued as a militia company, becoming Company B of the First Regiment New Hampshire Volunteer State Militia on the 24th of September, 1866, and was disbanded during the year ending May 20, 1869.

Mustered into the service of the United States May 9, 1864, at Manchester, by Charles Holmes, Capt. U.S.A. (retired). Mustered out July 27, 1864, at Manchester, by William M. Graham, Capt. 1 Art., U.S.A. Each man was a volunteer appointed or enlisted for sixty days.