Connecticut


Twenty-fifth Regiment Connecticut Volunteers – Company G

Roster of Company G, Twenty-fifth Regiment Connecticut Volunteers, Civil War Captain. Charles H. Talcott. First Lieutenant. Hezekiah Bissell. Second Lieutenant. Charles Avery. Sergeants. Benjamin F. Turner, Samuel C. Harding, Nathan Willey, Lemuel R. Lord, John C. Rockwell, Elijah Ward. Corporals. Charles H. Barber, Charles H. Bartholemew, John Brown, Erastus Cowles, Wm. H. Ellsworth, Edwin D.



Twenty-fifth Regiment Connecticut Volunteers – Company F

Roster of Company F, Twenty-fifth Regiment Connecticut Volunteers, Civil War Captain. George H. Napheys. First Lieutenants. Henry Kimball, Henry H. Goodale. Sergeants. Jonas G. Holden, Henry R. Pease, William O. Bissell, Charles D. Grover, Augustus S. Lancaster, Carlos W. Thrall. Corporals. Charles K. Belknap, Orville F. Belknap, Arthur A. Hyde, Samuel A. Smith, Harlow Spencer,



Twenty-fifth Regiment Connecticut Volunteers – Company E

Roster of Company E, Twenty-fifth Regiment Connecticut Volunteers, Civil War Captains. Newton P. Johnson, Leander Waterman. First Lieutenants. Almon C. Banning, Robert T. Duncan. Second Lieutenant. Edward Pinney. Sergeants. George B. Thurston, Eugene C. Alderman, Miles H. Barnard, Miletus H. Carrier, Marcillus C. Clark, Henry W. Davis. Corporals. James Boyle, Wilbur B. Case, William W.



Twenty-fifth Regiment Connecticut Volunteers – Company K

Roster of Company K, Twenty-fifth Regiment Connecticut Volunteers, Civil War Captain. William F. Silloway. Second Lieutenant. Senica Gorham. Sergeants. James E. Hamilton, Watson H. Bliss, Robert Buckley, Charles W. Clark, John Scantlin, George E. Terry. Corporals. Ezra C. Ayer, Frank Bolles, John W. Longdon, James E. Lusk, Robert Mason, Charles E. Puffer, Emerson B. Thomas,



Twenty-fifth Regiment Connecticut Volunteers – Company I

Roster of Company I, Twenty-fifth Regiment Connecticut Volunteers, Civil War Captains. Burritt Darcow, Hiram W. Harkness. First Lieutenant. Isaac W. Beach. Second Lieutenant. William E. Symonds. Sergeants. J. Fayette Douglas, Charles H. Allspress, Charles W. Brown, George H. Grant, John C. Mack. Corporals. Elbridge Belding, Wm. E. Bunnell, Henry W. Buys, Wm. Cocking, Charles S.



Twenty-fifth Regiment Connecticut Volunteers – Company H

Roster of Company H, Twenty-fifth Regiment Connecticut Volunteers, Civil War Captain. William W. Abbey. First Lieutenant. Dwight Ensworth. Second Lieutenants. Bononi E. Buck, Charles Clapp, John M. Brown. Sergeants. Arthur W. Andross, Charles F. Bevins, Thomas A. Davis, William Holden, William M. Hollister, Aaron Kinne, Sumner Payne, Thomas H. Robins. Corporals. Daniel W. Dimock, George



Twenty-fifth Regiment Connecticut Volunteers – Company A

Roster of Company A, Twenty-fifth Regiment Connecticut Volunteers, Civil War Captains. Macon C. Weld, Charles L. Norton. First Lieutenants. Leander Waterman, William H. Parmlee. Second Lieutenants. Daniel P. Dewey, George W. Hugg, Henry C. Ward, George H. Goodwin. Sergeants. Daniel Calahan, Aaron Cook, William S. Hubbell, Albert H. Olmsted, Samuel L. Otis, Harris B. Wildman.



Biography of Hon. E. Hubbard

E. Hubbard is a native of Middlesex county, Connecticut, and was born April 7, 1818. His parents, Job and Hannah Hubbard, were both natives of Connecticut. He was educated in the common schools of his native State. In the fall of 1839 he left the Nutmeg State for the West in the interest of a



Biography of Charles Gilkey

Charles Gilkey, a prominent resident of Cornish, who was formerly engaged in the gunsmith business, is a native of Plainfield, N.H., born September 29, 1826. Charles Gilkey, his grandfather, born in Connecticut, was the first of the family to come to Plainfield. He came originally as agent of a wealthy Connecticut family, and remained in



Connecticut World War 2 NMCG Casualty List

Inclusion of names in this Connecticut World War II Casualty List has been determined solely by the residence of next of kin at the time of notification of the last wartime casualty status. This listing does not necessarily represent the State of birth, legal residence, or official State credit according to service enlistment. Casualties listed



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