Twenty-fifth Regiment Connecticut Volunteers – Company B

Roster of Company B, Twenty-fifth Regiment Connecticut Volunteers, Civil War

Captain.

Arthur T. Hinckley.

First Lieutenant.

Henry A. Darling.

Second Lieutenants.

Daniel V. Marshall,
William A. Oliver,
Frederick W. White.

Sergeants.

Henry W. Caye,
Samuel W. Steele,
William Sewart,
William Taylor.

Corporals.

John Brown,
William C. Bruce,
William W. Chappell,
Hiram Craw,
James Jordon,
Henry A. Spalding,
Franklyn E. Wallace,
William J. Warren,
Andrew F. Williams.

Musician.

Elizuer S. Reed.

Privates.

William Anderson,
Joseph Baily,
Levi Baily,
Steven T. Bartlett,
Sylvester Bartram,
Levi Benson,
Joseph Barnard,
William Blake,
Austin Booth,
Avery Brown,
Thomas F. Bunce,
James Burns,
Albert Cady,
Richard Craw,
George Dean,
William Dewolf,
Alexandra Dorr,
Horace Driggs,
Adney B. Gladding,
Azriah Gladding,
Robert Hen,
Henry N. Hobart,
Edward Holdham,
Eli Hull,
James Hunt,
George Jenks,
Jeremiah Jennings,
Patrick Kennedy,
David Lamdon,
Robert Lindsey,
John Martin,
Robert Mitchell,
Steven Murphy,
David W. Nodine,
Rowland Perry,
George O. Pettibone,
Chauncey Rodgers,
Ferdinal Sage,
John Silcox,
Davis D. Stevens,
Henry D. Stevens,
Charles Taylor,
Charles C. Taylor,
Edwin M. Thorne,
Patrick J. Tracy,
William H. Tuttle,
George J. Vanloon,
William Wait,
William A. Waters,
Aralzia Westland,
Martin Whaples,
Henry B. Whitford,
George Wicks,
George Wilson,
Joseph Williams,
Loren Wright.




MLA Source Citation:

Bissell, George P. and Ellis, Samuel K. and McManus, Thomas and Goodell, Henry Hill. The Twenty-fifth Regiment Connecticut Volunteers in the War of the Rebellion. History, Reminiscences, Description of Battle of Irish Bend, Carrying of Pay Roll, Roster. Rockville, Connecticut: Press Of The Rockville Journal. 1913. AccessGenealogy.com. Web. 23 April 2014. http://www.accessgenealogy.com/connecticut/twenty-fifth-regiment-connecticut-volunteers-company-b.htm - Last updated on Jun 24th, 2013


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