Paris Civil War Soldiers

 
Source: William Berry Lapham and Silas Packard Maxim, History of Paris, Maine, from its Settlement to 1880... (Paris, Me., Printed for the authors, 1884).
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John Leland Tubbs. Mustered May 3, 1861. Co. F, 1st Reg't; three months. Re-enlisted Aug. 18, 1862. Co. I, 17th Reg't, for the term of three years; was killed in action.

Thomas A. Beaman. Mustered May 3, 1861, Co. G. 1st Reg't; three months.

Peter C. Connor. Co. G, 1st Reg't, May 3, 1861; three months; re-enlisted Co. F, 1st Maine Cavalry, Oct. 19, 1861.

Sidney A. Farrar. Co. G, 1st Reg't, May 3, 1861; three mos.; re-enlisted as Musician, 10th Regiment, Oct. 5,1861, for two years; re-enlisted veteran, Co. F, 29th Regiment, March 2, 1864; three years.

Albion A. Hersey. Co. G, 1st Regiment, May 3, 1861; three months; re-enlisted and commissioned Captain of Co. F, 17th Regiment, Aug. 18, 1862; three years; discharged Dec. 21, 1862.

Rodney N. Hall. Co. G, 1st Regiment, May 3, 1861; three months; re-enlisted as Musician, Regimental Band, 10th Regiment, Oct. 5, 1861; two years.

John F. Jordan. Co. G, 1st Regiment, May 3, 1861; three months; re-enlisted Co. G, 10th Regiment, as Sergeant.

Danville B. Stevens. Private, Co. G, 1st Regiment; mustered May 3, 1861; three months; re-enlisted Sergeant, Co. F, 17th Regiment, Aug. 18, 1862; promoted and commissioned 2d Lieutenant, March 2, 1863; discharged May 2, 1863.


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Thomas N. Stowell, Jr. Private, Co. G, 1st Regiment, May 3, 1861; re-enlisted Dec. 31, 1861, Co. K, 13th Regiment, as Sergeant; transferred and promoted.

Charles P. Jackson. Private, Co. K, 1st Regiment, May 3, 1861; three months.

Randall B. Morton. Private, Co. H, 1st Regiment; mustered May 3, 1861; three months; re-enlisted Sergeant, Co. D, 20th Regiment; was wounded at Peeble's Farm, Va., and died from effects of wounds at Alexandria, Va., Oct. 15, 1864.

Jefferson Jackson. Private, Co. F, 2d Regiment; mustered July 4, 1861, for three years.

David S. Knapp. Musician, 2d Maine Regiment; mustered Aug. 3,1861.

D. G. Gallison. Private, Co. F, 5th Regiment; mustered June 24, 1861; three years.

Asa F. Ellingwood. Private, Co. I, 5th Regiment; mustered June 24, 1861, for three years.

Albert K. Perry. Private, Co. F, 5th Regiment; date of muster, June 24, 1861, for three years; died of disease at Washington, D. C., Sept. 18, 1862.

Edmund M. Dunham. Private, Co. K, 5th Regiment; mustered June 24, 1862, for three years.

Enoch Whittemore, Jr. Sergeant, Co. I, 5th Regiment; date of muster, June 24, 1862, for three years.

Sumner F. Hodgkins. Private, Co. F, 7th Regiment; date of muster, Ang. 21, 1861.

Nelson J. Damon. Private, Co. A, 8th Regiment; mustered Sept. 7, 1861; re-enlisted veteran, Co. A, 8th Regiment, Feb. 29, 1864; killed at Fair Oaks, Va., Oct. 27, 1864.

Warren B. Kenney. Private, Co. A, 8th Regiment; date of muster, Sept. 7, 1861; discharged and died of disease, at Paris, Me., Feb. 10, 1864.

Edlon M. Monroe. Private, Co. B, 9th Regiment; mustered Sept. 22, 1861, for three years; re-enlisted Co. B, Regiment, Jan. 1, 1864; killed on picket, May 23, 1864.

Freeman L. Wyman. Sergeant, Co. F, 9th Regiment; mustered Sept. 22, 1861; re-enlisted Sergeant, same Co. and Regiment, Jan. 12, 1864; three-years.

David Andrews. Private, Co. F, 9th Regiment; mustered Sept. 22, 1861, for three years; discharged for disability, Feb. 24, 1863.


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Zeri Berry. Private, Co. F, 9th Regiment; date of muster, Sept. 22, 1861; three years; discharged for disability, Jan. 2, 1863.

James L. Brown. Private, Co. F, 9th Regiment, Sept. 22, 1861; three years.

Frank J. Brown. Private, Co. F, 9th Regiment; promoted Corporal; re-enlisted Corporal.

Harden Benson. Private, Co. F, 9th Regiment; three years; died of wounds at Point Lookout, Va., June 1, 1864.

William L. Chase. Co. F, 9th Regiment; date of muster, Sept.22, 1861; three years; re-enlisted in same Company, Jan. 12, 1864.

Jarvis C. Cooper. Private, Co. F, 9th Regiment; mustered Sept. 22, 1861; three years.

Wellington W. Dunham. Private, Co. F, 9th Regiment; entered service Sept. 22, 1861; was wounded at charge on Fort Wagner, July 18, 1863; transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps, Co. E, 6th Regiment.

James H. Damon. Private, Co. F, 9th Regiment; entered service Sept. 22, 1861; re-enlisted and failed to report at expiration of furlough.

Calvin H. Cleaves. Private. Co. F, 9th Regiment; mustered Sept. 22, 1861; re-enlisted Jan. 12, 1864.

Llewellyn E. Deering. Corporal, Co. F, 9th Regiment; mustered Sept. 22, 1861; missing in action, July 18. 1863.

George T. Farrar. Private, Co. F, 9th Regiment; mustered Sept. 22, 1861; re-enlisted Jan. 12, 1864.

Charles L. F. Howe. Co. F, 9th Regiment; mustered Sept. 22, 1861; re-enlisted 2nd Lieutenant, Co. H, 9th Regiment, Jan. 12, 1864.

Frank Q. Dunham. Private, Co. F, 9th Regiment; killed May 23, 1864.

James D. Murch. Private, Co. F. 9th Regiment; mustered Sept. 22, 1861; re-enlisted Jan. 12, 1864; promoted Corporal in same company.

Gustavus H. Ryerson. Sergeant, Co. F, 9th Regiment; date of muster, Sept. 22, 1861; re-enlisted in same company Jan. 12, 1864.

Ezra Swan. Private, Co. F, 9th Regiment; entered service


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Sept. 22, 1861; re-enlisted Jan. 12, 1864; failed to report at expiration of furlough.

David W. Young. Private, Co. F, 9th Regiment; entered service Sept. 22, 1861; re enlisted Jan. 12, 1864; failed to report at expiration of furlough.

Oren G. Swan. Private, Co. F, 9th Regiment; entered service Sept. 22, 1861; re-enlisted Jan. 12, 1864; killed Aug. 16, 1864.

Atwood Young. Private, Co. F, 9th Regiment; date of muster, Sept. 22, 1861; killed at Morris Island, S. C., Aug. 11, 1863.

Benjamin F. Gage. Sergeant, Co. B, 9th Regiment; date of muster, Sept. 19, 1861; died of disease Oct. 12, 1864, at Fernandina, Florida.

Ira Bisbee. Private, Co. F, 9th Regiment; mustered Sept. 22, 1861; promoted to Corporal: discharged for disability, and died of disease at Paris, Me., Feb. 23, 1863.

George W. Dammon. Private, Co. C, 10th Regiment; enlisted Oct. 5, 1861, for two years; re-enlisted, Co. B, 32d Regiment, March 10, 1864; died of disease at Annapolis, Md., Nov. 25, 1864.

Augustus W. Mathews. Corporal, Co. G, 10th Regiment; date of enlistment, Oct. 24, 1861.

William C. Aldrich. Private, Co. E, 10th Regiment; date of enlistment, Oct. 4, 1861.

Solomon S. Kenney. Private. Co. G, 10th Regiment; date of muster, Oct. 4, 1861; two years; killed at Winchester, Va., May 25, 1862, in Banks' retreat.

Charles H. Ryerson. Private, Co. K, 10th Regiment; enlisted Oct. 4, 1861; killed at Cedar Mountain, Va., Aug. 9, 1862.

Amaziah B. Robins. Private, Co. E, 10th Regiment; enlisted Oct. 4, 1861.

David Morse. Private, Co. G, 10th Regiment; enlisted Oct. 4, 1861.

Henry A. Hersey. Musician, 10th Regiment; March 6th, 1862; also Musician, Co. A, 29th Regiment.

Charles A. Hersey. Musician, 10th Regiment; March 6, 1862.

George K. Ripley. Private, Co. G. 10th Regiment; date of muster, March 6, 1862; also of Co. A, 29th Regiment.

Lewis H. Holt. Sergeant, Co. A, 11th Infantry; date of muster, Nov. 7, 1861; promoted to Lieutenant.

William K. Kimball. Lieutenant Colonel of 12th Regiment; commissioned Oct. 5, 1861; promoted to Colonel, July 31, 1862;


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re-enlisted and commissioned March 5, 1865; mustered out March 17, 1866, Brevet Brigadier General.

Thomas S. Holt. Private, Co. D, 12th Regiment; mustered Nov. 12, 1861; promoted Corporal; re-enlisted Jan. 11, 1864.

Albion Monk. Private, Co. G, 12th Regiment; date of muster, Nov. 12, 1861.

Leonard Briggs. Private, Co. G, 12th Regiment; entered service Nov. 12,1861; promoted Corporal; wounded in action May 27, 1863; re-enlisted Feb. 1, 1864.

James E. Cole. Private, Co. A. 12th Regiment; mustered Dec. 28, 1861; re-enlisted Jan. 1, 1864.

William R. Swan. Commissioned Captain of Co. K, 13th Regiment, Jan. 4, 1862; discharged March 7, 1864.

John D. Felton. Sergeant, Co. K, 13th Regiment; promoted to Lieutenant and Captain of same company; mustered out Jan. 6, 1865.

Grenfill B. Stuart. Musician, 13th Regiment; mustered into service Dec. 31, 1861, at the age of fourteen.

Whitefield B. Stuart. Musician, 13th Regiment; date of muster, Dec. 31, 1861; re-enlisted, Private, Feb. 29, 1864. Was one of eight that rallied to the support of the colors at Battle of Pleasant Hill, and was promoted for bravery.

Eli Aldrich. Wagoner, Co. K, 13th Regiment; mustered Dec. 31, 1861; re-enlisted Wagoner, Feb. 29, 1864.

Horace R. Clark. Private, Co. K, 13th Regiment; date of muster, Dec. 31, 1861.

Henry E Durell. Private, Co. K, 13th Regiment; mustered Dec. 31, 1861; died at Ship Island, Miss., April 26, 1862.

Jacob L. Gould. Private, Co. K, 13th Regiment; mustered Dec. 31, 1861; died of disease at Fort McComb, La., March 3, 1863.

Theron F. Hathaway. Private, Co. K, 13th Regiment; enlistment Dec. 31, 1861; re-enlisted Corporal, Feb. 29, 1864; wounded at Battle of Pleasant Hill, La., April 9, 1864.

Richard T. Lurvey. Private, Co. K, 13th Regiment; mustered Dec. 28, 1861.

George F. Monroe. Private, Co. K, 13th Regiment; mustered Dec. 13, 1861.

Stephen D. Morgan. Private, Co. K, 13th Regiment; mustered Dec. 13, 1861; died of disease at Augusta, Me., March 5, 1862.


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Joseph Penley. Private, Co. K, 13th Regiment; mustered Dec. 13, 1861.

Moses Swan. Private, Co. K, 13th Regiment; date of muster, Dec. 13, 1861; re-enlisted, same company, Feb. 29, 1864.

Lyman B. Twitchell. Private, Co. K, 13th Regiment; mustered Dec. 13, 1861.

Jefferson Washburn. Private, Co. K, 13th Regiment; mustered Dec. 13, 1861; discharged; re-enlisted, Co. B, 32d Regiment, March 10, 1864; discharged.

Calvin Washburn. Private, Co. K, 13th Regiment; mustered Dec. 13, 1861; died of disease at Augusta, Me., March, 1862.

Joseph H. Shackley. Private, Co. K, 13th Regiment; mustered Jan. 2, 1862; re-enlisted, Co. K, 13th Regiment, Feb. 29. 1864.

Julius A. King. Private, Co. G, 14th Regiment; date of muster, Dec. 12, 1861; discharged for disability in Louisiana.

Francis D. Mixer. Private, Co. G, 14th Regiment; enlisted Dec. 12, 1861; promoted to Corporal; re-enlisted Sergeant, same company, Jan. 1, 1864.

Stephen Mitchell. Artificer, 5th Battery, Dec. 24, 1861.

William W. Ripley. Private, 5th Battery; mustered Dec. 4, 1861; killed at Chancellorsville, Va., May 3, 1863.

Joseph G. Cole. Private, Co. F, 1st Maine Cavalry; date of enlistment, Oct. 19, 1861.

Orren F. Brown. Co. L, 1st Maine Cavalry; died of disease contracted in Southern prisons, at Paris, Me., June 8, 1865.

Fred A. Cummings. Private, Co. F, 1st Cavalry; enlisted Oct. 19, 1869; re-enlisted, Co. I, 1st Cavalry, Dec. 31, 1863; transferred to Invalid Corps.

Henry A. Child. Bugler, Co. G, 1st Maine Cavalry, Oct 31, 1861; re-enlisted, same company, Feb. 1, 1864.

Jerome A. Gilman. Private, Co. C, 20th Regiment; mustered Aug. 29, 1862.

Frank L. Berry. Sergeant, Co. F, 17th Regiment, Aug. 18, 1862.

Zepheniah E. Sawtelle. Corporal, Co. F, 17th Regiment, Aug. 18, 1862.

Edwin N. Haskell. Corporal, Co. F, 17th Regiment, Aug. 18, 1862; discharged for disability, Jan. 30, 1863.

John C. McArdle. Musician, Co. F, 17th Regiment, Aug. 18, 1862.


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John Albee. Private, Co. F, 17th Regiment, Aug. 18, 1862; discharged; died of disease at Paris, Me., Oct., 1863.

Henry M. Brett. Private, Co. F, 17th Regiment, Aug. 18, 1862; transferred to Invalid Corps; died at Lincoln Hospital, D. C., Jan. 16, 1864.

Lemuel B. Carter. Private, Co. F, 17th Regiment, Aug. 18, 1862; promoted to 1st Sergeant.

Giles K. Clifford. Private, Co. F, 17th Regiment; mustered Aug. 18, 1862; died of wounds at Wilderness Hospital, Va., May 19, 1864.

Oliver G. Curtis. Private, Co. F, 17th Regiment; mustered Aug. 18, 1862; served through the war.

L. Melrose Deering. Private, Co. F, 17th Regiment; mustered Aug. 18, 1862; died of disease at South Paris, Me., May 19, 1867.

William H. Downs. Private, Co. F, 17th Regiment; mustered Aug. 18, 1862.

Otis Dyer. Private, Co. F, 17th Regiment; mustered Aug. 18, 1862; promoted to Sergeant.

Alvin Judkins. Private, Co. F, 17th Regiment; mustered Aug. 18, 1862; discharged for disability, Aug. 19, 1863.

James H. F. Knapp. Private, Co. F, 17th Regiment; mustered, Aug. 18, 1862; promoted to Corporal; wounded Aug. 13, 1863.

Richard L. Lurvey. Private, Co. F, 17th Regiment; mustered Aug. 18, 1862.

Peltiah Leighton. Private, Co. F, 17th Regiment; mustered Aug. 18, 1862; died of disease at Washington, D. D., Nov., 1862.

Moses H. Morse. Private, Co. F, 17th Regiment; enlisted Aug. 18, 1862; wounded at Gettysburg. Va., and died on the way to Washington, May 27, 1863.

Eliab W. Murdock. Private, Co. F, 17th Regiment, Aug. 18, 1862; re-enlisted; Invalid Corps, Aug. 31, 1864.

Eugene P. Newhall. Private, Co. F, 17th Regiment, Aug. 18, 1862; died of wounds in Battle of Wilderness, Va., May 7, 1864.

Asa D. Packard. Private, Co. F, 17th Regiment; mustered Aug. 18, 1862; died of disease Jan. 9, 1863.

Levi A. Pratt. Private, Co F, 17th Regiment; enlistment, Aug. 18, 1862.

Arthur O. Robinson. Private, Co. F, 17th Regiment; mustered Aug. 18, 1862.

Albert F. Ryerson. Private, Co. F, 17th Regiment; mustered


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Aug. 18, 1862; missing in action in Battle of Spotsylvania, May 12, 1864.

Charles H. Twitchell. Private, Co. F, 17th Regiment; mustered Aug. 18, 1862.

Alden B. Washburn. Private, Co. F, 17th Regiment; mustered Aug. 18, 1862; discharged for disability Feb. 7, 1863.

Linus G. Washburn. Private, Co. F, 17th Regiment; mustered Aug. 18, 1862.

Almon T. Washburn. Private, Co. F, 17th Regiment; mustered Aug. 18, 1862; wounded at Gettysburg.

Levi Whitcomb. Private, Co. F, 17th Regiment; mustered Aug. 18, 1862; killed at Chancellorsville, Va., May 3, 1863.

Edwin D. Jacques. Private, Co. F, 17th Regiment; mustered Aug. 18, 1862.

Francis H. Hale. Private, Co. F, 17th Regiment; mustered Aug. 18, 1862.

Horace N. Bolster. Commissioned Captain, Co. F, 23d Regiment; re-enlisted Captain, Co. K, 12th Regiment; commissioned March 9, 1865; resigned Aug. 16, 1865.

Solomon A. Bolster. Orderly Sergeant; Co. F, 23d Regiment; promoted 2d Lieutenant.

James H. Barrows. Sergeant, Co. F. 23d Regiment; mustered Sept. 29, 1862.

Ellery F. Goss. Sergeant, Co. F, 23d Regiment; re-enlisted Sergeant, Co. K, 12th Regiment, March 21, 1865.

Joseph P. Packard. Sergeant, Co. F, 23d Regiment; mustered Sept. 29, 1862.

Aurestus S. Perham. Corporal, Co. F, 23d Regiment; re-enlisted, 7th Maine Battery.

Isaac R. Besse. Private, Co. F, 23d Regiment; died of disease at Camp Grover, Md., Dec. 17, 1862.

Wm. L. Gray. Private, Co. F, 23d Regiment; re-enlisted Private, Co. C, 32d Regiment, March 23, 1864.

Victor Gurney. Private., Co. F, 23d Regiment; afterwards Corporal in U. S. service, and died of disease at Johnsonville, Tenn., Sept. 23, 1864.

Samuel C. Jackson. Private, Co. F, 23d Regiment; re-enlisted Corporal, Co. K, 12th Regiment.

Silas F. Jones. Private, Co. F, 23d Regiment; died at Camp Grover, Md., Nov. 12, 1862.


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Freeland Young. Private, Co. F, 23d Regiment; re-enlisted, 7th Battery, Dec. 30, 1863.

Ariel G. Carver. Private, Co. D, 25th Regiment; re-enlisted as substitute for H. D. Marshall, and went into service July 28, 1863.

The following were mustered into service in Company F, 23d Regiment, September 29, 1862, and served nearly ten months with this organization, viz.: Daniel H. Young, Gilbert E. Shaw, Geo. H. Barrows, Geo. W. Young, John M. Bird, Geo. W. Cole, Isaac D. Cummings, Geo. E. Walker, John C. Cummings, Charles W. Dunham, James P. Dunham, Albert A. Favor, Granville M. Favor, Dexter Giles, Geo. W. Giles, Hiram H. Jackson, Lewis L. Jackson, Hiram P. Knight, Hudson Knight, John E. Merrill, Milton Morton, Joseph H. Morse, John Porter, Edwin D. Pratt, Henry A. Ryerson, Andrew J. Smith, Chandler Swift, Geo. H. Twitchell, Wm. Woodis.

Benjamin F. Buck. Drafted July, 1863, and entered service, Co. B, 3d Regiment, July 17, 1863; died of disease near Fredericksburg, Va., Jan. 9, 1864.

Emery E. Lowell. Drafted July, 1863, and entered service, Co. B, 2d Cavalry.

Henry F. Noyes. Drafted July, 1863, and entered service, Co. D; 3d Regiment.

Nathaniel Young. Drafted July, 1863, and entered service, Co. F, 1st Vet. Infantry.

Clinton S. Gray. Private, Co. C, 32d Regiment; mustered March 28, 1864; discharged, and died of disease at Paris, Me., June 8, 1865.

Consider Cole. Private, Co. B, 32d Regiment; died in Virginia, April 7, 1865.

Wm. P. Dammon. Private, Co. B, 32d Regiment; mustered March 23, 1864.

Alva Dammon. Private, Co. A, 8th Regiment Volunteers; mustered Sept. 2, 1864.

James H. Twitchell. Private, Co. _, 1st Cavalry; mustered Sept. 2, 1864.

Lowell E. Hammond. Private, Co. I, 16th Regiment; mustered Sept. 7, 1864.

Cyrus W. Twitchell. Private, 1st Cavalry; mustered Sept. 15, 1864.


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Joseph H. Dunham. Private, 7th Battery; mustered Sept. 15, 1864.

John Reed. Private, 7th Battery; mustered Sept. 13, 1864.

Walter J. Tucker. Private, Co. A, 29th Regiment; mustered Sept. 16, 1864.

Adna Gurney. Private, 7th Battery; mustered Sept. 22, 1864.

Laforest Warner. Private, 7th Battery; mustered Sept. 22, 1864; died of disease near Petersburg, Va., Jan. 1, 1865.

James E. Hooper. Private, Co. K, 12th Regiment; mustered March 21, 1865; died of disease at Hilton Head, S. C., July 15, 1865.

The following were mustered into service in Company K, 12th Maine Regiment, and were discharged with the company, viz: A. Mellen Rice, Sergeant; Geo. H. Twitchell, Charles F. Jackson, John R. Sanborn, Corporals; Caleb B. Green, Thomas P. Jackson, Andrew J. Jackson, Charles S. Morse, Charles H. Porter.

The following townsmen served on quotas of other towns: .

Gideon B. Bowker. Private, Co. K, 12th Maine Regiment, on quota of Auburn; died at Hilton Head, S. C., July 15, 1865.

George Jones. Mustered on quota of Auburn; mustered March, 1865; discharged at Gallop's Island, Boston Harbor.

Augustus Ryerson. Mustered on quota of Auburn, March, 1865; discharged at Gallop's Island.

The following, who were soldiers, have become citizens of the town since the war:

Gustavus C. Pratt. Enlisted and was mustered into the 17th Me. Regiment, Co. C, July 19, 1862; transferred to Co. B, and commissioned 2d Lieutenant, Nov. 10, 1863; promoted to 1st Lieutenant; transferred to Co. D, and commissioned Captain, April 21, 1864.

Franklin Maxim. In quota of Buckfield; in 5th Battery Mounted Artillery.

Ethan Willis of West Paris, who served through his term of enlistment in a Massachusetts regiment.

Albert C. Barrows. Private, Co. I, 16th Regiment; mustered Aug. 1, 1863; wounded in Battle of Wilderness.

A. F. Barrows. On quota of Sumner; Co. F, 9th Regiment.

Geo. A. Wilson. Corporal, Co. B, 21st Regiment; on quota of Waterville; in service from Oct. 13, 1862, to Aug. 25, 1863, when


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the regiment was mustered out. Was one of the "forlorn hope" of three hundred that volunteered to assault Port Hudson in the early days of the siege. It proved to be a wanton waste of life.

Albion A. Maxim . Corporal, Co. G, 12th Regiment; mustered Nov. 15, 1861, on quota of Buckfield; discharged for disability Jan. 31, 1863.

Charles T. Buck of Sumner. Co. C, 20th Regiment; mustered Aug. 29, 1862.

Isaac Rounds, M. D., of Lewiston. Co. D, 17th Regiment; mustered Aug. 18, 1862; wounded—fracture of the skull—at Battle of Wilderness, May 6, 1864, in Hancock's charge, and again April 6, 1865, in following Lee's retreating army, at a place called Jetersville. This was a flesh wound in the leg.

James D. Williams of Houlton. Co. A, 7th Regiment; mustered Aug., 1861; transferred to Co. D; re-enlisted in 1st Regiment Vet. Infantry.

The following are non-residents who served on the quotas of Paris:

Wm. B. Lapham, then of Woodstock, Private, 2d and 1st Lieutenant, Co. F. 23d Infantry, afterward 1st Lieutenant 7th Battery, Captain and Brevet Major; James B. Smith, Geo. J. Demerett, Thomas Finn, John C. Harvey, Charles M. Johnson, Abraham Mansell, John Fitz, John N. Weymouth, Charles Watson, Edward Butler, Patrick H. Canning, Thomas McPherson, Anthony Dowdelle, Geo. Vreeder, James Davis, William Thompson, Joseph Barnes, Henry Bond, William Beers, William P. Cunningham, John Crowly, Alfred Dempsy, Michael Delaney, John Doyle, George Fitz, Henry Gordon, Wm. Hickley, Chas. M. Hesley, Barney Kelley, Wm. Kelley, Thomas Murray, George Mellen, Robert Miles, Michael Murray, James Mellen, Samuel Potts, Samuel Pettengill, Paul H. Ransh, Peter Ryan, John Rogers, Michael Smith, Edwin Shrown, James Smith, John Williams, Otto Webber, Wm. A. Child, Charles Dubois, Patrick Kelley, Philip Mack, Wm. Richardson, Warren O. Douglas, Leverett W. Gerrish, Arthur Ulmur, Henry White, Wm. Kelley, James A. Roberts.

The following are the names of the Principals and Substitutes in the draft of 1863.

Ferdinand F. Favor,
George W. Locke,
John Locke,
George Bryan,
John H. Williams,
William Born,


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Elijah Berry,
America Andrews,
Veranus Stone,
Andrew Hill,
H. D. Marshall,
L. W. Mason,
James E. Hooper,
Oliver P. Cummings,
Moses Dow,
George K. Jackson,
Benjamin K. Dow,
George F. Shedd,
George W. Maxim,
Horatio R. Pulsifer,
S. P. Stearns,
Hosea R. Bonney,
Alfred W. Stearns,
Lorenzo D. Bonney,
B. F. Morse,
Sewell H. Webber,
George P. Hooper,
Josiah S. Hobbs,
S. R. Carter,
Rufus Farrar,
Julian E. Maxim,
Kendall Swift,
Alvin Swift,
George Morris,
Edward Bogue,
Marcus M. Stone,
John Foley,
Ariel Carver,
Narcissa L. Ware,
George S. Stuart,
Daniel McDonald,
Albion P. Cobb,
Donald Morison,
James Hanlahan,
George Martin,
George Hurd,
Charles Morris,
Charles H. Smith,
Welcome Beals,
James Crafts,
Freborn G. Bean,
William Riley,
John Carter,
Henry Martin,
John Cochran,
Nehemiah C. Richardson, (col.)
John Arkett,
William Russell,
John Ellis,
Peter Neilson.