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Stamford's Civil War: At Home and in the Field
a 2003 Exhibit and more

Connecticut Artillery 2nd Regiment, Stamford Roster

Name Rank Enlistment
Other Information Mustered Out
Light Battery          
Peck, Alonzo Private 01/05/64 same deserted 1/19/64  
Heavy Artillery  
Co A  
Brown, William H. Private 01/02/64 same   08/18/65
Wheeler, William W. Private 01/04/64 01/05/64 transferred Co K, 7/20/65 08/18/65
Co B  
O'Brien, John Private 12/31/63 01/01/64 discharged 5/23/65  
Co C  
Canfield, Joseph A. Corporal 01/02/64 01/05/64 mustered as Private, promoted 7/4/64,
(see Private Co D 5th C.V.)
Bouton, Ezra B. Private 01/02/64 01/05/64 killed 6/3/64 Cold Harbor, VA  
Taylor, George Private 12/29/63 same    08/18/65
Co D  
Conklin, Edward W. Private 12/28/63 same wounded 9/22/64 Strasburg VA; deserted 7/19/65  
Henry, James Private 12/31/63 01/01/64 transferred USN 4/19/64 USS Restless/Puritan  
Co F  
McCormick, Alex Private 01/18/64 same wounded 6/1/64 Cold Harbor VA,transferred 118th Co 2d Batt. VRC  
Co I  
Lounsbury, Banks Private 01/28/64 01/29/64 died 2/23/64  
Co K  
Wheeler, William W. Private 01/04/64 01/05/64 wounded 6/1/64 Cold Harbor VA, transferred Co A 7/23/65  
Co M  
Osborn, Samuel S. Private 02/11/64 same wounded 6/1/64 Cold Harbor VA  
Unassigned recruit  
Rairden, Patrick  
02/05/64 discharged on disability 5/23/64  

Union Regimental Index
back to Regimental History of Connecticut Regiments: Stamford Recruits

Introduction to Exhibition
A Virtual Tour through the Exhibit
Reenactors at the Opening
Civil War Timeline
Maps from the Exhibit
Picturesque Stamford, 1892 – Chapter on Civil War
Regimental Histories
Casualties and Causes of Death
Casualties, All Regiments
Soldiers' Biographies
Stamford Irish Volunteers
The Home Front: Biographies of Citizens
The Diaries of Noah W. Hoyt (Record Group 16)
The Diaries of Noah W. Hoyt: Timeline
The Diaries of Noah W. Hoyt: Excerpts
The Sanitary Commission
The Stamford Ladies Soldiers' Aid Society
The Civil War changed funeral custom
Bibliography and Recommended Readings
Civil War in Connecticut/Stamford on the Internet
Civil War Books
Civil War Roundtable of Fairfield County