MILITARY TABLES. 259

NAMES, AGES, AND PLACE OF RESIDENCE OF THE MEMBERS OF THE

 

REGIMENTAL BAND, SECOND REG'T VERMONT VOLUNTEERS,

 

RECRUITED AT BENNINGTON BY F. M. CROSSETT,

IN SERVICE AT WASHINGTON, JULY 1, 1861.

 

 

NAME AGE. RESIDENCE.

 

F. M. Crossett, Captain. S 27 Bennington.

Abel, D. O. S 21 Hoosic Falls.

Cotton, W. H. S 24 Hoosic Falls.

Childs, B. F. S 18 Wilmington.

Chapman J. D. S 19 Hoosic Falls.

Cross, D. H. S 25 Bennington.

Fiske, George M 23 Hoosic Falls.

Foster, Gustavus S 22 Jacksonville.

Holbrook, R. C. S 24 Jacksonville.

Hutchins, T. A. M 27 Bennington.

Kehoe, John M 30 Bennington.

Lottridge, J. H. S 20 Hoosic Falls.

Moon, Richard M 33 Bennington.

 

NAME AGE RESIDENCE.

Monroe, Gordon M 25 Cohoes.

Marsh, George M 29 Bennington.

Marsh, Chauncey S 22 Hoosic Falls.

Norton Edward 2d M 28 Bennington.

Peters, M. V. S 22 Hoosic Falls.

Phelps, Wm. S 27 Hoosic Falls.

Puffer, W. W. M 24 Bennington.

Puffer, Norman S 15 Bennington.

Shaw, W. D. S 22 Hoosic Falls.

White, Charles S 23 Hoosic Falls.

Warren, C. H. S 22 Jacksonville.

Price, Jack, Servant S 20 Bennington.

 

I hereby certify that the above is a correct list of the members of the Regimental Band, 2d Reg't Vermont V. M.

F. M. CROSSETT, CAPT.

 

The letter M opposite a name signifies married.

The letter S, single.

 

 

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NAMES, AGES, AND PLACE OF RESIDENCE OF MEMBERS OF

 

COMPANY A, SECOND REGIMENT VERMONT VOLUNTEERS,

 

IN SERVICE AT WASHINGTON CITY, JULY 1, 1861.

 

OFFICERS.

 

CAPTAIN.

NAME AGE RESIDENCE

James H. Walbridge S 34 Bennington.

 

LIEUTENANTS.

NAME. AGE RESIDENCE.

1st Newton Stone S 23 Bennington.

2d Wm. H. Cady S 24 Bennington.

 

SERGEANTS.

NAME. AGE. RESIDENCE.

1st Ed. W. Appleton S 23 Bennington.

2d Charles M. Bliss S 34 Woodford.

Sd Eugene O. Cole S 27 Shaftsbury.

4th John P. Harwood S 27 Bennington.

6th Otis V. Estes S 25 Bennington.

 

CORPORALS.

NAME. AGE. RESIDENCE.

lst Augustus J. Robbins S 21 Grafton.

2d John M. Reay S 19 Bennington

3d Giles J. Burgess F 20 Bennington.

4th Warren M. Wyman S 20 Manchester.

5th Jas. A. N. Williams S 22 Bennington.

6th William Secor S 21 Bennington.

7th Edwin R. Welch F 25 Pownal.

8th William E. Murphy S 28 Bennington.

 

DRUMMER.

Lucius Norton S 24 Bennington.

 

FIFER.

Horace Gates S 21 Shaftsbury.

 

WAGONER.

Alfred Ladd 裏 42 Dorset.

 

PRIVATES.

NAME. AGE. RESIDENCE.

Alsop, Joseph S 35 Bennington.

Burrows, Waldo S 19 Dorset.

Benjamin, George W. S 21 Woodford.

Blake, Frederick H. S 24 Bennington.

Bond, William H. S 21 Danby.

Bradford, Nelson C. S 23 Bennington.

Brown, Amos J. S 18 Stamford.

Bryant, Berton B. S 21 Readsboro.

Carpenter, Lucius S 18 Winooski.

Dempsey, Thomas S 24 Bennington.

Downs, Andrew J. S 21 Bennington.

Draper, Jerome F 24 Shaftsbury.

Dunn, Charles F 29 Bennington.

Dunn, Myron F 25 Shaftsbury.

Edwards, Abiather P. S 20 Whitingham.

Ferguson, Myron S. F 20 Bennington.

Fox, John B. S 19 Shaftsbury.

Gage, William C. S 18 Bennington.

Gilmore, Joseph L. S 20 Bennington.

Goldsmith, Fletcher B. S 22 Dorset.

Goldsmith, Orsamus B. S 20 Pownal.

Goodenough, Alonzo S 22 Readsboro.

Grace, Edward F 27 Bennington.

Griffin, Edward S 23 Bennington.

Harrington, Hiram H. S 23 Dorset.

Harris, Charles C. S 20 Bennington.

Harris, Henry S 19 Bennington.

Harwood, H. Martyn S 28 Bennington.

Hathaway, Thomas S. S 22 Bennington.

Hicks, James S 25 Manchester.

Hill, Charles H. S 21 Manchester.

Hill, Horace S. S 20 Dorset.

Holbrook, Selah H. S 20 Whitingham.

Holden, Henry S 22 Bennington.

Holden, Orin A. F 32 Bennington.

Hurlbut, Jeremiah S 23 Bennington.

Hurley, Cornelius S 18 Bennington.

Kelley, Charles F 24 Bennington.

Mattison, Alonzo S 22 Shaftsbury.

Mead, Ezra L. F 21 Underhill.

Morrison, George S 21 Sunderland.

Morrissy, Thomas S 26 Bennington.

Niles, Johnson W. S 25 Pownal.

Norton, Henry D. S 21 Bennington.

Noyes, Andrew J. S 18 Bennington.

Percy, Hiland S 18 Bennington.

Powers, John F 32 Shaftsbury.

Robinson, James L. S 22 Dorset.

Sanborn, Melvin W. S 18 Bennington.

Sears, William H. S 20 Bennington.

Shippee, James H. S 22 Wilmington.

Smith, Chandler T. S 21 Bennington.

Smith, Francis E. S 31 Bennington.

Stafford, Albert S 25 Pownal.

Stone, Pratt S 26 Readsboro.

Taylor, Frank L. S 18 Essex.

Towsley, Leander M. F 22 Shaftsbury.

Towsley, Linus M S 18 Bennington.

Tracy, Nathan J. F 27 Sunderland.

Tyler, George E. S 22 Readsboro.

Westcott, Solomon H. S 33 Manchester.

Wilcox, Jabez F. F 38 Pownal.

Wood, Louis S 26 Readsboro.

Wyman, Abel T. F 23 Dorset.

 

Early in May, 1861, James H. Walbridge was appointed recruiting officer, and he enlisted a full Company of Volunteers for three years, who were mustered into the service of the State the 14th of that month being the first Company of three years' men raised in the State. From this Company, Sergeant Guilford S. Ladd, of Bennington, was appointed Adjutant of the Regiment and consequently his name does not appear in the above list of the Company.

 

NOTE. Capt. Walbridge is great-grandson of Gen. Ebenezer Walbridge, who served as Adjutant in the Battle of Bennington, and of whom a biographical sketch is given at page 172.

The letter S is placed opposite the names of those men who are unmarried.

The letter F is placed opposite the names of those who have families.

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NAMES AND RESIDENCE OF THE MEMBERS OF THE ZOUAVE COMPANY, BEING

 

CO. A, FOURTH REG'T VT. VOLUNTEERS,

 

NOW (OCTOBER, 1861,) AT WASHINGTON,

 

Recruited at Bennington, by John E. Pratt, August, 1861.

 

OFFICERS.

 

CAPTAIN.

John E. Pratt, Bennington.

 

LIEUTENANTS.

1st A. K. Parsons, Bennington.

2d G. H. Burton, "

 

SERGEANTS.

1st Fred. C. Rogers, Bennington.

2d William A. Comar, "

3d Frederick Godfrey, "

4th Addison Grover, Woodford.

5th William B. Barber, Pownal.

 

CORPORALS.

1st A. W. Warren, Bennington.

2d Felix G. Cole, Shaftsbury.

3d Elinus D. Adams, Bennington.

4th Howard C. Chapin, Readsborough

5th David E. Downer, Shaftsbury.

6th William Cass, Bennington.

7th Jacob L. Cook, Wallingford.

8th William H. Leaver, Bennington.

 

DRUMMER.

Nelson Wilcox, Bennington.

 

PRIVATES.

 

Bennington.

Luman S. Churchill,

Lyman R. Greenslit,

William Paul,

George B. Godfrey,

James Leyden,

Joseph Hufnagel,

Norman M. Wright,

Philip Keany,

Anson L. Aldrich,

Charles Mauld,

Alonzo Nicholson,

George H. Parker,

John M. Digman,

Richard Richardson,

Warren H. Crosier,

George Bahan,

Michael Martin,

C. G. Cole,

Martin Atwood,

Henry Jepson,

Patrick O'Conner,

A. B. Hill,

George Bracey,

John H. Minot,

Silas Newman,

Charles D. Danforth,

Charles Rising,

Lonson B. Shaw,

O. S. Comer,

Horace C. Henry,

Marshall Clapp.

 

Shaftsbury.

Edward Rice,

George A. Turner,

Ira Cary,

Clark Bartlett,

John Bartlett,

Alfred Bump,

George Bartlett,

Calvin H. Harrington,

Edan H. Knapp,

Darius Millington,

Lewis Knapp,

Nathan B. Carpenter,

Benjamin Cary.

 

Woodford.

Adoniram McLenathan,

George W. Bickford,

John H. Evans,

Henry Loveland,

Lyman H. Bolls,

William W. Kendall,

Cornelius W. Cutler,

Squire A. Mallory.

 

Readsborough.

Increase B. Whittemore,

Albert Read,

Philander W. Rice,

Willard S Sumner,

Emery P. Read.

 

Wallingford.

Eliott A. Bowen,

Horace H. Wheeler,

Benjamin A. Patch.

 

Pownal.

Hiram D. Leonard,

Joel Jepson.

 

Whitingham.

Lewis A. Davis,

Lysander Davis.

 

Danby.

John S. Palmer.

 

Charlemont, Mass.

Herbert L. Veber.

 

North Adams, Mass.

Moses Smith,

 

New Haven, Conn.

James A. Walker.

 

NOTE. The town of Bennington is true to her Revolutionary reputation, having already (Oct. 3, 1861,) furnished Volunteers for the War, as follows:

 

Band of Second Regiment, 10

Captain Walbridge's Company A, 2d Regiment, 42

Captain Pratt's Company A, 4th Regiment, 42

Already enrolled in Col. Platt's Cavalry Regiment, 18

Already enrolled in 6th Vermont Regiment, at Shaftsbury, 4

Entered Ramsey's and other New York Regiments, 6

Making in the whole, 122

 

If the Free States and Territories should raise an equal proportion, according to their population, it would make an army of over half a million of men.

H. H.