Friday, April 08, 2011

Photos Of Men Of The Signal Corps.

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1. QUICK, MILES W., Sergeant, Titusville, Pa.
Transferred from 1st N.Y. Eng.; Canandaigua, N.Y.; Dept. of South; Dec., 1864.

2. PARSONS, THOMAS C., Sergeant. Island Height., N.J.
Transferred from 97th Pa. Vols.; Concordville, Pa.; Dept. of South; July 16, 1863, attack on Fort Wagner; May 22, 1864, Cole's Island, S. C.; Dec. 18, Braddock's Point; recommended for promotion for zeal, etc.

3. MARSTON, WILLIAM S.24 Market St., Newburyport, Mass.
Transferred from 3d N. H. Vols., Aug. 5, 1863; Exeter, N. H.; Dept. of South; Folly Island; Morris Island; Hilton Head; Fort Gregg; May 24, 1864, to Fort Wagner on secret service to decipher rebel code; discarged. Aug. 17, 1864.

4. PROUDMAN, JAMES D.108 Ann St., Meriden, Conn. Transferred from Co. A, 3d N. H. Vols.; Manchester, N. H.; Dept. of Va. and N.C.; August, 1863, in Dept. of South; Folly Island; Army of Potomac.

5. NELSON, HORATIOBox 108, Oakville, Conn. Transferred from Co. E, 6th Pa. Vols., Sept., 1863; Waterbury, Conn.; Dept. of South; discharged. Aug., 1865.

6. HAGADON, WILLIAM1 Kirtland Place, Meriden, Conn. Transferred from 8th Conn.; Meriden, Conn.; Dept. of Va. and N.C.; Dept. of South.

7. CONGDON, HENRY R.Bristol, R. I. Transferred from 3d R. I. Art.; Newport, R. I.; Dept. of South.

8. STICKNEY, LESTER P.151 Dearborn Ave., Chicago, Ill. Transferred from 100th N.Y. Vols., Feb. 14, 1864; Wyoming, N.Y.; Dept. of South; Feb. 29, 1864, re-enlisted S.C.; March and April, 1864, recruiting service, Boston, Mass.; discharged. Sept. 20, 1865.

9. FLORY, MICHAEL1455 West 3d St., Dayton, Ohio. Enlisted Jan. 1, 1864; Rockingham Co. Va.; Dept. of South.

10. FORD, JAMES G. West 3d St., Richmond, Ind.
Transferred from 97th Pa.; Westchester, Pa.; Aug., 1863, Dept. of South.

11. WEAVER, ALBERT S.64 N. Main St., Providence, R.I. Transferred from 3d R.I. Art.; Providence, R.I.; Dept. of Va.; Dept. of South.

12. ABRAHAM, CLARK, Elizabeth, Pa. Transferred from 100th Pa; Elizabeth, Pa.; Dept. of South; April, 1862, at Fort Pulaski, Ga.; commended for coolness under fire.

13. FOSTER, JOHN, 4 West 45th St., New York City. Transferred from 8th Conn. Vols.; Hartford, Conn.; Dept. of N.C.; Dept. of South.

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