Hood Genealogy - Page 25
The following data is extracted from A Genealogy Of Richard Hood.
entire line. He was discharged Feb. 20, 1864 to re-enlist in same Co. and Regt. two days later. He was wounded in the left thigh in the battle at Petersburg, Va., June 16, 1864. Was in hospitals at City Point, Va., David's Island, N. Y., Readville and Worcester, Mass.
While at the Dale General Hospital, Worcester, he was wounded in the right fore arm by the premature discharge of a cannon fired in honor of Lee's surrender. Amputation of hand was necessary. He was discharged July 3, 1865, for disability.
Thaddeus Osgood, son of Thaddeus and Rebecca H (6) Osgood, was mustered into service in the 2d Mass. Unattached Co. Inf. and H. A. (Capt. Leonard G. Dennis.) He enlisted at Beverly. This Co. was detailed to the Port at Gloucester, and later helped recruit the 23rd Mass. Inf., that was stationed at Norfolk, Va. He was discharged at expiration of time of enlistment, July 7, 1865.
William S. Inman, who married Marcia Dodge Brown (7), was mustered into service
Source: A Genealogy Of Richard Hood