(c. 1843 - ?)
Home State: Massachusetts
Branch of Service: Infantry
Age 18, a painter from North Bridgwater on enlistment in July 1861. Appointed Corporal 12 September 1862. He was in Company K.
The rest of the War
Discharged for disability 30 March 1863 at Washington, DC. Enlisted 15 January 1864 in the 3rd North Carolina Infantry (US), which became the 37th Regiment, US Colored Troops as Quartermaster-Sergeant. Appointed 2nd Lieutenant, Company G, 13 June 1865. Detailed as Post-Quartermaster, Wilmington, NC September - December 1865, then promoted First Lieutenant and Regimental Quartermaster 22 January 1866. Mustered out 11 February 1867, from Company G.
After the War
He was brevetted Captain for "faithful and meritorious service during the war."
References & notes
Basic information from Commonwealth of Massachusetts1. Details about his service with the USCT from History of the Thirty-Seventh Regt. U.S.C. Infantry (1866) (transcribed) and Dr. Richard Reed's Raising the African Brigade, transcribed from the North Carolina Historical Review, #70 (1993) - both part of the excellent NC-US Colored Troops Project from John B. McGowan and Charles P. Barnes.
c. 1843; North Bridgewater, MA