Northwood Historical Society
Civil War Pages
These pages are the beginning of an attempt to document Northwood's contribution to the American Civil War from 1861 to 1865. Northwood men served in many of the 18 infantry regiments, two cavalry regiments, artillery units and sharpshooter units that New Hampshire sent to war. After the war Northwood was home to the Charles H. Hoitt Post #69 of the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR).
Here you'll find lists of men who
from Northwood, or who enlisted elsewhere and are buried in Northwood,
or who were buried on the field of battle and are memorialized here.
Notes, Sources, Abbreviations
Charles H. Hoitt Post #69, Grand Army of the Republic. This page links to photos and a description of the meeting hall in the Masonic Hall in East Northwood.
The list of charter
members of Post 69.
Please note that some links will take you to other Civil War webs; please use your "back" button to return to the Northwood Historical Society web.
Here's an external site which will explain some of the Civil War era military terminology used here.
Last Updated on 4/15/05
By Doug Reckard
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