CIVIL WAR 18TH NEW HAMPSHIRE VOLUNTEER INFANTRY ID'ED KEPI BADGE ~ MADE FROM BONE
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Alfred S. Willey
Residence was not listed; 42 years old. Enlisted on 8/31/1864 as a Private. On 9/14/1864 he mustered into "C" Co. NH 18th Infantry He was discharged on 5/24/1865 Other Information: born in Barnstead, NH died 10/16/1880 in Pittsfield, NH (Widow: Nancy)
APPROX. 1 1/4" X 1 1/4" ~ LOOKS GREAT IN HAND
RECORDS STATE HE ENLISTED AT THE AGE OF 42 ON AUGUST 31ST, 1864
THIS COMES WITH A QUITE HEFTY AMOUNT OF RECORDS THAT ALSO INCLUDE A COPY OF HIS DISCHARGE..LOOKS LIKE HE SICK AND IN THE HOSPITAL AT ONE POINT. LOOKS LIKE THE REGIMWNT WERE AT FT. STEDMAN AND PETERSBURG.
~ Organized at Concord. First six Companies recruited under call of July 19, 1864.
September Six Companies ordered to City Point, Va. for duty in Fortifications at City Point, Va. attached to Benham’s Engineer Brigade (2ND CORPS)
BY JOINING THE ENGINEER BRIGADE EXPLAINS WHY THERE IS A 2ND CORPS DESIGN.
THE 18TH N.H.V.I. LATER JOINED THE 9TH CORPS.
SIX companies of this regiment (A to F) were raised under the call of the president, July 18, 1864. They joined the Engineer Brigade, commanded by General Benham, at City Point, Va., October 4, 1864.
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