Joseph Dow's History of Hampton: Non-Resident Soldiers Accredited to Hampton

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A List, As Far As Can Be Ascertained,
Of The Non-Resident Soldiers,
Accredited to Hampton

Walter Adams
George Allen
Jacob Becker[1]
Richard Clark
Thomas Daley
Peter Donley
John Duffie
Luke Eagan
Garret Farrel
Edward Flagharly
Frederick Frank
John Garrigan
George Gilsa
Peter J. Goble
Richard Granville
Michael Hallan
Charles J. Hart
George Hill
George W. Hough
William W. Johnson
Samuel Jonson
Thomas Knights
Henry Lawrence
Joseph Lewis
Jon Loes
John Lucas
Schaler Lyan
Michael McGuire
William Mellen
Wallace F. Minton
Jeremiah Murphy[2]
Theodore S. Nimes[3]
Patrick Nolan
Francis Nugent
Edmund P. Palmer
Jacob L. Pike [*]
Julius Pradan
William Quinn[4]
David Rees[*]
Gille Richel
Juel Richel
Stephen Rice[5]
Lorenzo A. Rogers[6]
Onton Saingele[7]
Charles Sanford
Joseph Shannon
Daniel Sheely
James Stuberfield
John Tracy
William Wattear[*]
John West
Charles Williams
Peter Williams
John Wilson
Charles W. Winship
Michael J. Woods[8]
Ira E. Wright
[*] {Deserted.}
[1] {Missing at Poplar Grove Church, Sept. 30, 1864.}
[2] {Killed at Cold Harbor, June 7, 1864.}
[3] {Missing at Cold Harbor, June 3, 1864.}
[4] {Missing at Cold Harbor, June 3, 1864.}
[5] {Killed at Petersburg, June 17, 1864.}
[6] {Died of wounds, Jan. 22, 1863.}
[7] {Died of starvation, in Andersonville Prison, July 14, 1864.}
[8] {Missing at Poplar Grove Church, Sept. 30, 1864.}
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