Northborough Honor Roll – Civil War 1861~1865

Served, (Union Forces Only) 2,213,363; Total Deaths: 364,511; Wounded: 281,881
Name
Age

Unit
Wounded/Captured/Died
Notes
Warren F. Eames Northborough’s 1st Casualty
18
Pvt
Co D 20th Regt
Wounded at Ball’s Bluff, Va., Oct 21, 1861,
Died Two weeks Later
1, 2
Thomas N. Woodward, Jr

Pvt
Co C 15th Regt
Taken prisoner at Ball’s Bluff, Oct. 21,1861,
died at Richmond, Va., Nov. 25, 1861
1, 2, 3
James H. Sullivan
19

Co K 15th Regt
Killed at Newbern, N.C. March 14, 1862
1
Francis Hanley


Co H 15th Regt
Died, July 5, 1862
1, 3
Albert H. Stacy


Co K 16th Regt
Accidently killed, Warrenton, Va. Aug 27, 1862
1
John Burke


Co F 28th Regt
Killed at Antietam, Md. Sept 17, 1862
1
John P. Larkin
19
Pvt
Co C 15th Regt
Killed at Antietam, Md., Sept 17, 1862
1, 2
Waldo B. Maynard
23
Pvt
Co C 15th Regt
Wounded at Antietam, Md., Sept 17,
died Sept 24, 1862
1, 2
Charles E. Warren
18
Pvt
Co C 15th Reg’t
Wounded at Antietam, Md. Sept 17 died Oct 2, 1862
1, 2, 3
Joseph P. Johnson
27
1stSgt
Co C 15th Regt
Wounded at Antietam Sept 17 died Oct 14, 1862
1, 2, 3
Joseph H. Proctor
21
Pvt
Co D 20th Regt
Slightly wounded at Antietam Sept 17th
Killed at Fredericksberg, Va. Dec 13, 1862
1, 2
Lucius F. Kingman
19
Corp.
Co A 25th Regt
Died at Newbern, N. C., Sept 24, 1862
1, 2
Joseph A. Davis

2nd Lieut
Co K 149th NY
Killed at Chancellorsville, VA, May 3, 1863

John Breach


Co G 38th Regt
Died May 11, 1863
1
Perry W. Towle

Pvt
Co C 34th Regt
Died at Washington, July 16th 1863
1, 2
Adelbert W. Bemis
20
Pvt
Co B 57th Regt
Died, Andersonville Prison, Ga Sept 11, 1864
1, 2,5
Lorenzo Fletcher,
19
Pvt
Co G 57th Regt
Died at Washington, May 10, 1864
1, 2,5
S. Henry Bailey
27
Capt
Co C 36th Regt
Killed at Spotsylvania, Va. May 12, 1864
1, 2
Thomas B. Davis


Co H 1st Cav
Died at Andersonville Prison, Ga. May 31, 1864
1
George F. Merriam
20
Pvt
Co C 25th Regt
Killed at Cold Harbor, Va. June 3, 1864
1, 2
Leander Fay
18
Pvt
Co G 25th Regt
Wounded at Cold Harbor, Va. died June 5, 1864
1, 2
George A. Prouty
23
Corp
Co C 34th Regt
Wounded June 5; died June 17, 1864
Harrisburg PA
1,
Gustavus Richardson
18
Pvt
Co K 57th Regt
Died at Philadelphia, Pa. July 25, 1864
1, 2,5
Joseph Dudley
18
Pvt
Co C 34th Regt
Wounded March 31, Died at Pt. Rocks, Va. Sept 4, 1864
1, 2
Nathaniel Hodgkins
18
Sergt
Co C 34th Regt
Died of wounds, Sept 27, 1864
1, 2
Charles L. Shaw
28
Corp
Co E 20th Regt
Died at Andersonville, Prison, Ga. Dec. 19, 1864
1, 2
Edwin W. Pierce
19
Capt
Co C 34th Regt
Wounded Oct 13; died at Winchester, Va. Dec 26, 1864
1,2
John W. Forbes
27
Sergt
Co C 34th Regt
Died a prisoner at Salisbury, N.C. Jan. 13, 1865
1, 2
Albert M. Caruth
18
Pvt
Co C 34th Regt
Died at Alexandria, Va., April 19, 1865
1, 2

1, 2, 4


Notes: (Losses are arranged in chronological order.)
1. “Northborough History”, Josiah Coleman Kent, 1921, Garden City Press, Newton, Mass.
​Pg 232-233
2. Name is on the Civil War Monument, Northborough, MA.
3. Roster/Genealogies of the 15th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry. www.nextech.de/ma15mvi
4. 149th NY State Vol. Inf. Web site, www.149th-NYSV.org/Roster
5. “The 57th Mass Veteran Volunteers in the Last Year of the Civil War”, Warren WilkinsonType your paragraph here.

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