Maine Genealogy Archives

Norway Civil War Soldiers

Source: William B. Lapham, Centennial history of Norway, Oxford County, Maine, 1786-1886: including an account of the early grants and purchases, sketches of the grantees, early settlers, and prominent residents, etc.: with genealogical registers, and an appendix [Ancestry.com] (Portland, Me.: B. Thurston & Co., 1886).

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PERSONAL RECORD OF NORWAY SOLDIERS.
War of the Rebellion.
Charles R. Atwood was mustered into the United States service in Company B, Thirty-second Maine, March 10, 1864, and was killed in front of Petersburgh, July 30, 1864.

George L. Beal was commissioned Captain of Company G, First Maine Regiment, April 14, 1861, was mustered into United States service May 3, 1861, for three months, and was mustered out August 3th. He was mustered as Colonel of the Tenth Maine for two years, October 3, 1861, as Colonel of the Twenty-ninth Maine for three years, December 16, 1863, was promoted to Brigadier-General by brevet August 22, 1864, and to a full Brigadier-Generalship November 13, 1864. He was promoted to Major-General of volunteers by brevet March 13, 1863, and was mustered out of the service January 1 3, 1866.

Jonathan Blake was mustered as Second Lieutenant of Company G, First Maine, May 3, 1861, having been commissioned April 14, and was mustered out August 3, 1861. He was commissioned as First Lieutenant Company G, Tenth Maine, October 4, 1861, and as Captain of the same Company October 22, 1861. He was mustered out May 8, 1863, at the expiration of his term of service. He went out as sutler of the Twenty-ninth Maine.

Marcus C. Bartlett was mustered into United States service in Company G, Tenth Maine, October 4, 1861, and died at Smoketown, Maryland, November 6, 1862, from wounds received in the battle of Antietam.

Kenneth S. Bartlett was mustered into Company G, Tenth Maine, October 4, 1861, was wounded at the battle of Cedar Mountain, and died from secondary hemorrhage at Culpeper Court House, Virginia, August 20, 1862.

Caleb C. Buck was mustered in Company G, First Maine, May 3, 1861, and was mustered out as Corporal August 3, 1861.

David L. Butterfield served as Corporal in Company G, First Maine, from May 3 to August 3, 1861, and as Sergeant in Company H, Twenty-third Maine, from September 29, 1862, to June 13, 1863.

Lucius I. Bartlett was Corporal in Company G, Tenth Maine, during its two years' service, from October 4, 1861, to May 8, 1863. He was taken prisoner at Culpeper, and in Libby Prison paroled.

Frank J. Bradbury was mustered into Company G, Tenth Maine, October 4, 1861, and was mustered out with the regiment May 8, 1863. He was taken prisoner August 27, 1862, and paroled.

Isaiah M. Burnell was mustered into Company F, Fourteenth Maine, December 12, 1861, and died in April, 1863.

Ephraim H. Brown was mustered into Company F, Seventeenth Maine, August 18, 1862, and was discharged May 20, 1863.

Edward W. Bumpus was mustered with Company F, Seventeenth Maine, August 18, 1862, and died February 19, 1863.

Uriah W. Briggs was mustered as First Lieutenant of Company F, Seventeenth Maine, August 18, 1862, afterward promoted to Captain, and was mustered out for disability March 20, 1863.


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Granville M. Burnell was mustered into Company G, Twenty-ninth Maine, December 16, 1863, and was discharged August 22, 1864.

Calvin B. Burnell was mustered as a member of Company G, Twenty-ninth Maine, December 16, 1863, was wounded on the Red River, and drowned May 27, 1864, by the collision of the steamer in which he was returning home, near New York.

Fitzroy Bennett was mustered into United States service, in the Coast Guards, January 15, 1865, and was mustered out July 7, 1865.

Hezekiah E. Brown was mustered in Company B, Thirty-second Maine, March 10, 1864, was transferred to Company B, Thirty-first Maine, promoted to Corporal and Sergeant, and mustered out July 15, 1865.

Henry A. M. Bradbury was mustered in Company B, Thirty-second Maine, was transferred to Company B, Thirty-first Maine, and mustered out with the regiment July 15, 1865.

Frank L. Berry was a member of Company G, First Maine, re-enlisted in Company F, Seventeenth Maine, as Sergeant, and was transferred to the Veteran Reserve Corps.

Sumner W. Burnham enlisted in Company C, Seventeenth Maine, August 18, 1862, was promoted to Sergeant and Second Lieutenant, and was mustered out June 4, 1865.

James Crockett 2d, was mustered as a private in Company G, Tenth Maine, October 4, 1861, mustered out with the regiment May 8, 1863; was mustered in Company G, Twenty-ninth Maine, December 16, 1863, and was mustered out as Corporal June 21, 1866.

Horace Cole was musician in Company E, Fifth Maine, mustered June 24, 1861, transferred to Regimental Band, and mustered out with band, by order of Congress, August 7, 1862. Served in Navy as Engineer U. S. S. S. Malvern, January 28, 1864.

Isaac C. Cross was a private in Company I, Fifth Maine Regiment, from June 24, 1861, to October 3, 1861, when he was discharged for disability.

Grosvenor Crockett was mustered into Company G, First Maine Regiment, May 3, 1861, mustered out August 5, 1861; re-enlisted in Company G, Fourteenth Maine, December 12, 1861, and was discharged for disability June 30, 1862.

Charles C. Cole was mustered as Sergeant of Company F, Seventeenth Maine, August 18, 1862, and was discharged February 10, 1863. He re-enlisted January 6, 1865, and served in the Coast Guards.

Asa G. Charles was mustered in as Corporal Company F, Seventeenth Maine, August 18, 1862, was promoted to Second Lieutenant, and was discharged with the regiment June 4, 1865.

William C. Cole was mustered in Company G, Twenty-ninth Maine, December 16, 1863, and was discharged by order August 22, 1865.

William F. Cox was mustered as private in Company H, Twenty-third Maine, September 29, 1862, and was discharged with the regiment July 15, 1863. He re-enlisted in Company B, Thirty-second Maine, March 10, 1864, was taken prisoner, and discharged December 16, 1864. He re-enlisted in Company F, Maine Coast Guards, January 6, 1865, and was discharged July 7, 1865.

Alonzo B. Crockett was mustered into Company G, Twenty-ninth Maine, December 16, 1863, and was discharged for disability June 23, 1864.


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Charles B. Callahan was mustered into Company G, Twenty-ninth Maine Regiment, December 29, 1863, and was discharged with the regiment June 21, 1866.

Philo S. Cherry was a member of Company G, First Maine, during its term of service.

Joseph Crockett was mustered into Company G, Fifth Maine, December, 1861, and was discharged for disability in March, 1862.

Jere Dempsey was a private in the First Maine during its term of service of three months, and a Corporal in Company G, Tenth Maine, from October 4, 1861, to May 8, 1863, when he was mustered out with the regiment.

Charles W. Dinsmore was mustered into Company G, Tenth Maine, in July, 1862, was transferred to the Tenth Maine Battalion, and again to Company D, Twenty-ninth Maine. He was taken prisoner, and carried to Richmond.

Alvin Davis was mustered in Company G, Fourteenth Maine, December 12, 1861, and died at New Orleans June 12, 1862.

James Danforth was a member of Company H, Twenty-third Maine, from its muster in September 29, 1862, to its muster out, July 15, 1863.

Horatio B. Downer entered the service in Company D, First Maine Heavy Artillery, January 13, 1864, and was killed in front of Petersburgh June 17, 1864.

Claudius M. Favor was a Sergeant in Company G First Maine, during its service of three months, enlisted in the Twenty-ninth Maine March 29, 1865, and was discharged by order of the War Department May 13, 1865. He also served as Second Lieutenant in Captain Cobb's Company at Fort McClary.

John F. Fitz was a Corporal in Company G, First Maine, and Sergeant in Company G, Tenth Maine, from October 3, 1861, until the discharge of the regiment, May 8, 1863. Served also in Twenty-ninth Regiment.

Wallace Foster was a private in Company G, First Maine, during its term of service, and served in Company F, Maine Coast Guards from January 6, 1865, to July 7, 1865.

Jeremiah Foster, Jr., served as private in Company G, First Maine Regiment, for three months, re-enlisted in Company G, Fourteenth Maine, December 12, 1861, and was discharged for disability; was mustered in with Company G, Twenty-ninth Maine, December 16, 1863, and was discharged for disability March 3, 1864.

Archelaus Fuller entered the service as Corporal in Company G, Fourteenth Maine, was promoted to Sergeant, and transferred to the Fourteenth Maine Battalion.

Joseph Faulkner was mustered into Company B, Fifth Maine Volunteers, December 28, 1861, and was dropped from the rolls under Order one hundred and sixty-two.

George Foster entered the service as private in Company G, Fourteenth Maine, December 12, 1861, and was missing after the battle of Baton Rouge.

George W. Frost was mustered in Company G, Fourteenth Maine, December 12, 1861, discharged for disability January 26, 1862, and died in New Orleans shortly after.

David Flood, Jr., was mustered as private in Company G, Fourteenth Maine, January 1, 1864, and was transferred to the Fourteenth Maine Battalion.


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John C. Frost was mustered as private in Company G, Fourteenth Maine, December 12, 1861, and was discharged for disability June 26, 1862.

Weston Frost was mustered as private in Company G, Fourteenth Maine, December 12, 1861, and was discharged for disability June 19, 1862.

Mark F. Frost was mustered as member of Company H, Twenty-third Maine, September 29, 1862, and died of disease December 7, 1862, near Offutt's Cross Roads, Maryland.

Gilbert L. Fisk served in Company H, Twenty-third Maine, during its term of enlistment; re-enlisted in Company B, Thirty-second Maine, as Sergeant, March 10, 1864, and was killed while on picket in front of Petersburgh, July 10, 1864.

William E. Frost entered Company H, Twenty-third Maine, as Sergeant, September 29, 1862, and was discharged for disability December 29, 1862.

Nathan Foster served in Company H, Twenty-third Maine, during its term of service; re-enlisted in Company B, Twenty-ninth Maine, January 6, 1864, and died of disease June 24, 1864.

Levi C. Fogg served in Company H, Twenty-third Maine, during its term of service, re-enlisted in Company B, Thirty-second Maine, and died in December, 1864.

William H. Foster was wagoner in Company H, Twenty-third Maine, during its term of service, re-enlisted in Company G, Twenty-ninth Maine, December 16, 1863, and was mustered out June 21, 1866. He also served as wagoner in that regiment.

David F. Frost was mustered in Company B, Twenty-ninth Maine, January 6, 1864, and died of disease April 30, 1864.

Edward Flood, Jr., was mustered in Company B, Thirty-second Maine, March 10, 1864, and was mustered out June 15, 1865.

Eliab R. Frost was mustered into Company I, Thirty-second Maine, May 5, 1864, and died of wounds received June 14, 1864.

Lucius D. Fisher was mustered in Company B, Thirtieth Maine, as Second Lieutenant, November 1, 1863, was promoted to First Lieutenant, and discharged January 1, 1865.

Nathaniel G. Frost was mustered in Company G, Thirty-second Maine, April 16, 1864, and was discharged February 8, 1865, for wounds resulting in the loss of a leg.

Albert C. Gammon served in Company G, First Maine Volunteers, from May 3, 1861, to August 5, 1861, when the regiment was mustered out. He re-enlisted in Company F, Seventeenth Maine, in August, 1862, was corporal, and was killed in the trenches in front of Petersburgh in 1864.

Charles F. Greenleaf was a private in Company G, Tenth Maine, and was discharged for disability October 20, 1862.

Atwood Gammon joined Company A, Twenty-ninth Maine, September 16, 1864, was wounded October 19, 1864, and was discharged February 4, 1865.

Andrew P. Greenleaf served in Captain Cobb's Company at Fort McClary for sixty days, then enlisted in Company A, Twenty-ninth Maine, September 16, 1864, and was killed at the battle of Cedar Creek October 19, 1864, his first engagement.


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Solomon Greenleaf was mustered into Company G, Tenth Maine, August 6, 1862, was transferred to Company B, Battalion Tenth Maine, again transferred to Company E, Twenty-ninth Maine, and was discharged May 31, 1865.

Wellington Hobbs was musician in Company G, First Maine Volunteers, from May 3, 1861, to August 5, 1861, when the regiment was mustered out. He re-enlisted in Company F, Seventeenth Maine, in August, 1862, as Sergeant, was promoted to Second and First Lieutenant of Company H, then to Captain, and was killed in front of Petersburgh October 24, 1864.

William F. Hale served as private in the First Maine, and as Sergeant in the Tenth Maine, during the terms of those two regiments.

Francis H. Hale entered Company E, Seventeenth Maine Volunteers, August 18, 1862. He was wounded May 5.

William F. Hill was a private in Company G, First Maine Volunteers, during its term of service.

J. Frank Hobbs entered Company G, First Maine Volunteers, May 3, 1861, and was discharged with the regiment August 5, 1861. He re-enlisted in Company G, Fourteenth Maine, as Sergeant, December 12, 1861, was promoted to Second Lieutenant and Captain; was wounded September 19, 1862.

Charles Hall entered the service October 4, 1861, in Company G, Tenth Maine Volunteers.

John G. Hayes entered the service December 12, 1861, as Corporal Company G, Fourteenth Maine, and was promoted to Sergeant. He died at New Orleans.

Chandler Hutchinson enlisted in Company G, Fourteenth Maine, December 12, 1861, and died July 1, 1862.

Albion L. Hutchinson was mustered in Company G, Fourteenth Maine, December 12, 1861, and was discharged for disability June 26, 1862.

David L. Holden was a private in Company G. Fourteenth Maine, December 12, 1861, promoted Corporal, and discharged January 13, 1865, at the end of his term.

Daniel Holt 2d, entered Company G, Fourteenth Maine, December 12, 1861, and was discharged for disability.

Harrison B. Holden enlisted in Company G. Fourteenth Maine, December 12, 1861, and died at New Orleans September 2, 1862.

Austin C. Hayes was mustered as a private in Company G, Fourteenth Maine, December 12, 1861, was promoted to Sergeant, and was killed at Baton Rouge June 19, 1862.

Henry Herrick entered Company G, Fourteenth Maine, January 23, 1862, and was discharged for disability the 29th day of June following.

Calvin Holt was mustered into Company F, Seventeenth Maine, August 18, 1862, and died January 6, 1865.

Henry A. Hutchinson was a musician in Company H, Twenty-third Maine, from September 29, 1862, until the regiment was mustered out, July 15, 1863.


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George H. Whitehouse entered Company H, Twenty-third Maine, September 29, 1862, and was discharged at Augusta, Maine, April 4, 1863.

Charles L. Hathaway entered Company H, Twenty-third Maine Regiment, September 29, 1862, and was discharged with the regiment, July 15, 1863.

Nathaniel P. Hall was mustered in Company B, Thirty-second Maine Regiment, March 10, 1864.

Lorenzo D. Hobbs was wagoner in Company B, Thirty-second Maine Volunteers, mustered in March 10, 1864, and was discharged July 15, 1865.

Benjamin G. Holt was mustered into Company B, Thirty-second Maine, March 10, 1864, and was discharged July 15, 1865.

Joseph H. Herrick was mustered in Company G, Thirty-second Maine, April 16, 1864, taken prisoner September 30, transferred to Company G, Thirty-first Maine, and mustered out with the regiment.

Francis W. Hill was mustered into the service in Company F, Seventeenth Maine, August 18, 1862, and was discharged for disability October 5, 1864.

Granville P. Jordan served as private in Company G, First Maine Volunteers, from the date of its muster, in May 3, 1861, until it was mustered out, August 5, 1861.

Asa D. Jordan served in Company I, Fifth Maine, from June 24, 1861, to July 27, 1865.

Timothy Jordan enlisted in Company G, Fourteenth Maine Volunteers, December 12, 1861, and was discharged for disability June 26, 1862.

Porter G. Jordan was mustered as Corporal in Company F, Seventeenth Maine Volunteers, August 18, 1862, was wounded May 3, and discharged September 14, 1863.

Isaac H. Jordan was mustered into Company H, Twenty-third Maine Regiment, Septernber 29, 1862, and was mustered out with the regiment July 15, 1863.

William P. Johnson was mustered as a private in Company G, Twenty-ninth Maine, December 16, 1863, was promoted Corporal and Sergeant, and discharged August 22, 1864.

Amos C. Judkins enlisted in Company F, Coast Guards, January 6, 1865, and was discharged July 7, 1865.

Oliver W. H. Judkins was mustered into Company F, Maine Coast Guards, January 6, 1865, and was discharged July 7, 1865.

Henry M. Judkins was mustered into Company B, Thirty-second Maine Volunteers, March 10, 1863, and was discharged by order, June 5, 1865.

Josiah P. Lovejoy enlisted in Company G, Fourteenth Maine, December 12, 1861, and was discharged for disability October 1, 1862.

John H. Lovejoy enlisted in Company D, Sixteenth Maine, August 14, 1862, and was discharged for disability March 5, 1863. He re-enlisted in Company G, Twenty-ninth Maine, December 16, 1863, and was killed at the battle of Cedar Creek October 19, 1864.

Lewis Lovejoy served during the term of the Twenty-third Maine in Company H and re-enlisted in Company I, Thirty-second Maine, May 5, 1864.


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Samuel Lord enlisted and was mustered as Corporal in Company I, Thirty-second Maine, May 5,1864, and was discharged by reason of consolidation of regiments, December 12, 1864.

Joseph E. Long was mustered as Corporal in Company G, Twenty-ninth Maine, September 27, 1864, and was discharged for disability May 17, 1866.

Henry R. Millett was Sergeant in Company G, First Maine Volunteers, during its term of service, was mustered as Second Lieutenant in Company G, Tenth Maine, October 21, 1861, and discharged May 8, 1863; re-enlisted as First Lieutenant in Company G, Twenty-ninth Maine, December 16, 1863, was promoted Captain of Company E in the same regiment, and mustered out March 14, 1866.

Frederick R. Merriam served in Company G, First Maine Volunteers, from May 3 to August 5, 1861.

James L. Merrill entered Company G, Tenth Maine Volunteers, October 4, 1861, and was discharged for disability January 10, 1863.

Charles Matthews was mustered into Company G, Tenth Maine Regiment, October 4, 1861, and was discharged with the regiment May 8, 1863.

Ezra A. Merrill was mustered as private in Company G, Fourteenth Maine, December 12, 1861, and died of wounds received at the battle of Cedar Creek.

David A. Morse enlisted in Company G, Fourteenth Maine Volunteers, December 12, 1861, and died at New Orleans September 18, 1862.

William D. Merrill entered Company F, Seventeenth Maine Volunteers, August 18, 1862, was promoted Corporal, wounded July 2, 1863, transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps.

Edward F. Morse was mustered in Company F, Seventeenth Maine, August 18, 1862, and was discharged June 4, 1865.

Charles H. Morse was a Corporal in Company F, Seventeenth Maine, mustered August 18, 1862, and was wounded May 6, 1864.

Fessenden Mills, mustered in Company C, Seventeenth Maine, August 18, 1862, was wounded in the battle of Gettysburgh, and died of wounds.

Charles F. Millett was mustered as private in Company G, Tenth Maine, August 6, 1862, and was discharged December 6, 1862, for disability, the result of wounds. He re-enlisted in Company F, Maine Coast Guards, and was discharged therefrom July 7, 1865.

Franklin B. Morse was mustered as Corporal in Company G, Twenty-ninth Maine, December 16, 1863, and was discharged by order, August 28, 1864.

Charles H. McIntire was mustered in Company K, Thirtieth Maine Volunteers, January 12, 1864, and was taken prisoner April 23 following.

James Merrill was a private in Company M, First Maine Heavy Artillery, mustered January 7, 1864, and was killed May 19, 1864.

William F. Merrill enlisted in Company F, Maine Coast Guards, January 6, 1865, and was discharged July 7 following.

Willard H. Mallett was mustered in Company C, Thirty-second Maine, March 10, 1864, was transferred to Company B, Thirty-first Maine, and mustered out July 15, 1865.


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Andrew M. Merriam enlisted in Company G, Fourteenth Maine, April 5, 1864, and was transferred to the Fourteenth Maine Battalion.

Benjamin F. Morse was mustered as a private in Company E, Tenth Maine, October 16, 1861, and was mustered out with the regiment May 8, 1863.

Harrison Noble was a musician in Company G, Tenth Maine, during its two years term of service, re-enlisted in Company G, Twenty-ninth Maine, as Corporal, December 16, 1863, was wounded at Cedar Creek October 19, 1864, and discharged.

Amos F. Noyes was mustered as First Lieutenant of Company G, Fourteenth Maine, December 12, 1861, and resigned June 14, 1862. He entered the Twenty-third Maine Regiment October 17, 1862, as Captain of Company H, and was discharged with the regiment July 15, 1863. He was mustered as Captain of Company B, Thirty-second Maine, March 10, 1864, was wounded May 18, and was discharged December 1, 1864, by reason of consolidation of regiments. A portion of the time during the summer of 1864 he commanded the regiment.

Francis M. Noble entered the Fourteenth Maine Regiment in Company G, June 1, 1864, was wounded September 19, and was transferred to the Fourteenth Maine Battalion.

William H. Noble was mustered in Company G, Fourteenth Maine Regiment, December 28, 1861, and was discharged for disability. He re-enlisted in Company H, Twenty-third Maine, September 29, 1862, and was mustered out July 15, 1863. He enlisted in Company B, Thirty-second Maine, March 20, 1864, and was transferred to the Thirty-first Maine.

Charles M. Pressey was mustered into Company G, Tenth Maine, August 18, 1862, and was killed at the battle of Antietam.

Charles D. Noble was mustered in Company F, Seventeenth Maine, August 18, 1862, and was discharged for disability February 28, 1864.

William O. Needham enlisted in Company G, Thirty-second Maine, April 16, 1864, was promoted Corporal, and discharged July 15, 1865.

George E. Needham enlisted in Company G, Fourteenth Maine Volunteers, mustered January 23, 1862, and died at Ship Island, April 11, 1862.

Joseph L. Oliver enlisted in Company F, Maine Coast Guards, January 6, 1865, and was discharged July 7, 1865.

Darius F. Pike was in the First Maine Regiment during its term of service, and also in the Tenth from its muster in, October 4, 1861, to its muster out, May 8, 1863.

Daniel Pike was mustered with Company G, Fourteenth Maine, December 12, 1861, and died in a rebel prison.

Rufus C. Penley enlisted as a private in Company I, Fifth Maine, June 24, 1861, and died December 28, 1862.

Ephraim C. Penley enlisted as a private in Company I, Fifth Maine Volunteers, mustered June 24, 1861, and was discharged for disability October 22, 1862.

Nathan N. Penley was mustered in Company G, Fourteenth Maine, December 12, 1861.

Charles S. Penley served in Company H, Twenty-third Maine, from September 29, 1862, to July 15, 1863.


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Charles Pike was mustered as a musician in Company B, Twenty-ninth Maine, January 7, 1864, and was discharged by order, April 6, 1866.

Albert E. Pike was mustered in Company F, Maine Coast Guards, January 6, 1865, and was discharged July 7, 1865.

Henry Rust, Jr., first entered the service as First Lieutenant of Company G, First Maine, and served during its term. He entered the Tenth Maine as Captain of Company G, October 4, 1861, and resigned October 14, 1861, to accept the position of Lieutenant-Colonel of the Thirteenth Maine, in which he was mustered December 10, 1861. He was promoted to Colonel of the Thirteenth April 28, 1862, and resigned January 6, 1865, as Brigadier-General by brevet.

Francis H. Reed served in Company H, Twenty-third Maine, from September 29, 1862, to July 15, 1863, when the regiment was mustered out.

Leonard D. Randall was mustered in Company H, Twenty-third Maine, September 29, 1862, and was discharged July 15, 1863. He re-enlisted in Company B, Thirty-second Maine, April 2, 1864, and was transferred to the Thirty-first Maine, and mustered out July 15, 1865.

Calvin Richardson served in Company H, Twenty-third Maine, from September 29, 1862, to July 15, 1863, when the regiment was mustered out.

Columbus Richardson enlisted in the Coast Guards January 6, 1865, and was discharged July 7, 1865.

Jason F. Rowe was mustered into Company F, Maine Coast Guards, January 6, 1865, and was mustered out July 7, 1865.

Charles S. Robbins was mustered into Company C, Tenth Maine, October 5, 1861; he was detached as wagoner, and discharged.

George W. Sholes served as Sergeant in Company G, First Maine Regiment, from May 3 to August 5, 1861.

William H. Smith was mustered in Company F, Ninth Maine, September 21, 1861, was wounded June 30, 1864.

Josiah H. Smith enlisted as private in Company G, Fourteenth Maine, and died December 15, 1862.

Freeman H. Shackley was mustered as Corporal in Company H, Twenty-third Maine, September 29, 1862, and was discharged with the regiment July 15, 1863. He was mustered in Company B, Thirty-second Maine, March 10, 1864, wounded in front of Petersburgh June 17, 1864, lost his leg, was discharged September 29, 1864, and died soon after at his home in Norway.

Henry S. Shattuck enlisted in Company H, Twenty-third Maine Volunteers, and died in Portland the day before his company was mustered.

Luther L. Sampson served in Company H, Twenty-third Maine, from September 23, 1862, to July 15, 1863.

Charles Thompson served as private in Company G, First Maine, for three months, entered the Tenth Maine October 1, 1861, as Commissary Sergeant, was promoted to Quar-


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termaster, and discharged with the regiment. Entered the Twenty-ninth Maine as Quartermaster, September 12, 1863, and resigned May 5, 1865.

Henry Tucker was mustered as Corporal of Company G, Fourteenth Maine, December 12, 1861, and was discharged for disability June 30, 1862.

William W. Twombly was mustered in Company F, Maine Coast Guards, December 6, 1865, and was discharged July 7, 1865.

Osmond Town enlisted in Company B, Thirty-second Maine, March 10, 1864, and died in hospital June 25 following.

Cyrus S. Tucker was mustered as Corporal in Company F, Seventeenth Maine, August 18, 1862. was detached as Brigade Saddler, and discharged June 4, 1865.

William W. Virgin entered the service as Colonel of the Twenty-third Maine, August 18, 1862, and was mustered out with the regiment July 15, 1863.

George W. Verrill was mustered as Sergeant in Company C, Seventeenth Maine, was promoted to First Lieutenant and then to Captain of Company E, and was mustered out with the regiment June 4, 1865.

William W. Whitmarsh served in Company G, First Maine Volunteers, as First Sergeant, was mustered as Second Lieutenant in Company G, Tenth Maine, October 4, 1861 and promoted to First Lieutenant October 21, and was discharged with the regiment May 8, 1863. He entered the Twenty-ninth Maine as Captain of Company G, December 16, 1863, and resigned March 3, 1866.

Hannibal S. Warren served in Company G, First Maine, for three months; re-enlisted, mustered as Sergeant in Company F, Seventeenth Maine, August 18, 1862, wounded May 6, 1864, and was discharged January 29, 1865.

Benjamin F. Whitcomb was mustered in Company F, Fourteenth Maine, December 12, 1861, and died from disease.

Orrington Wilkins was mustered in Company G, Fourteenth Maine, December 12, 1861, and was discharged for disability June 20, 1862.

Levi A. Whitcomb, a Norway man, enlisted on the quota of Paris in Company F, Seventeenth Maine. He was missing at the battle of Chancellorsville, May 3, 1863, and probably was killed.

Samuel S. Yates enlisted in Company G, Tenth Maine Volunteers, was detached as wagoner, and discharged January 19, 1863.

Charles A. Young enlisted in Company H, Twenty-third Maine, September 29, 1862, and was discharged for disability December 20 following.

CAPTAIN COBB'S COMPANY OF VOLUNTEER MILITIA.
In addition to the soldiers who enlisted for the front, and those who enlisted in the Coast Guards, there was a company raised in Norway and vicinity called Company H, Light Infantry, Maine Volunteer Militia, for service at Fort McClary in Kittery. The company was enlisted for


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sixty days; it was mustered April 27th, 1864, and discharged July 9th, 1864. The following is a list of Norway men in this company:—

Sylvanus Cobb Jr., Captain.
Claudius M. Favor, Lieutenant.
Henry Tucker, Sergeant.
James M. Favor, Sergeant.
Arthur E. Denison, Corporal.
George A. Cole, Corporal.
Wallace Foster, Corporal.
PRIVATES.
Benjamin G. Barrows,
James G. B. Bradbury,
Charles B. Cummings,
James C. Drew,
Windom D. Earle,
Charles J. Edgcomb,
William E. Frost,
Edwin Fisher,
Atwood Gammon,
Abram Green,
Andrew P. Greenleaf,
Joseph F. Herrick,
George F. Howe,
Frank H. Hamlin,
Levi E. Holden,
George F. Leonard,
William F. Merrill,
William A. Merrill,
Hiram Merrill,
Charles F. Millett,
Charles M. Mallett,
Benjamin H. Noble,
Edwin J. Newhall,
Charles S. Penley,
Isaiah V. Penley,
Scott Partridge,
Frank H. Reed,
Oliver Shackley,
Edward F. Stevens,
Clarence M. Smith,
John Tucker,
Rodolphus Young.

NORWAY MEN IN SERVICE OUT OF THE STATE.
E. Wright Bisbee was promoted to Captain of his company in a Massachusetts regiment.

Aaron W. Brown served in a Massachusetts regiment, and died at Falmouth, Virginia.

William A. Evans, of the Twenty-eighth Massachusetts, was killed at Spottsylvania, May 18, 1864.

Stidman Bennett, Wagoner in the First Massachusetts Regiment, died at Mount Pleasant Hospital, August 5, 1863.

James L. Merrill, Sergeant in the United States Signal Corps, died at Norfolk, Virginia, September 13, 1864.

Other Norway men who served in Massachusetts regiments, were Henry O. Beal, Henry T. Merrill, James Merrill, Joseph H. Newhall, Charles E. Newhall, and Charles A. Smith.

Stephen C. Yeaton served in the Fifty-fourth Massachusetts Regiment.

Daniel S. Morse enlisted in the regular army, and Daniel Latham, George F. Latham, and J. C. Davis served in the United States Navy.

There were doubtless Norway born men in Western regiments, but we have no record of them.


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SUBSTITUTES.
The following Norway men furnished substitutes, the name of which in each case follows that of the principal:—

Daniel W. Beal, Richard Bane.
Jackson Clark, William Sears.
Roswell Frost, William Benson.
Nathan A. Foster, Charles Anderson.
David W. Frost, John Harris.
George F. Evans, John Kelley.
Nathan W. Millett, George W. Wilson.
Amos K. Town, Charles Nelson.
Ceylon Watson, John McConliff.
William H. Whitcomb, Joseph Huntoon.
John W. Parsons, Fred Wilson.

Several men were drafted in Norway, but only one, Leonard Flint, paid commutation of three hundred dollars. William H. Rollins and E. G. Freeman enlisted in the spring of 1865, and became members of the Twenty-seventh Unassigned Company, but the war closed before they left the State.