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“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
New Hartford in Litchfield County, Connecticut — The American Northeast (New England)

New Hartford Soldiers Memorial

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By Michael Herrick, April 8, 2010
1. New Hartford Soldiers Memorial
south side
[ south side ]
To The Memory Of
New Hartford
Soldiers And Sailors,
Who Served In The War
Of The Rebellion.
1861.     1865.

[ east side ]
17th Conn. Infantry
Francis E. Coe
12th Conn. Infantry
Corp. James Forbes • William D. Gray • William F. Green • George Hackney • Hugh Sullivan
13th Conn. Infantry
2d Lt. Charles H. Beaton • Sergt. James T. Smith. 1st. Lt. 1st. La. Vols. • Sergt. Lester E. Owen • Sergt. William H. Strong • Corp. Edward McManus • Corp. Walter McGrath • Corp. Martin Tyler • Corp. George F. Wilcox • Marvin Bailey • Elam Barber • Henry M. Barbour • Norman W. Beaton • Patrick Begley • William B. Bragg. 1st. Lt. 1st. La. Cav. • Rowland C. Brown • John Fitzgerald • Ephraim L. French • William Gilmore • James Greer • Michael Hart • William R. Hayes • Roswell E. Hopkins • Seth M. Kibbee • Merritt Lyman • John Mahone • Frank Martin • Luke McCabe • Mark McMahon • Henry McWilliams • John Mooney • Daniel Moore • Andrew Pawlik • Matthew Quinn • Watson R. Root • Henry J. Tucker • Patrick Welsh • Edwin J. Weldon
16th Conn. Infantry
Capt. Charles W. Morse • Sergt. Theodore Glasson • Sergt. Frank Goodwin • Corp.
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By Michael Herrick, April 8, 2010
2. New Hartford Soldiers Memorial
east side
John Beatty • Corp. Joseph L. Perry • Franklin Bailey • Orville J. Case • John Clark • William Cowen • Grove Fanning • John B. Hook • Martin Hull • John J. White
17th Conn. Infantry
Gustavus Clark
28th Conn. Infantry
Cassius Watson
29th Conn. Infantry
Sergt. Alexander Rogers • James B. Adams • Henry E. Adams • George Beldoe • Henry C. Colton • William Percy • William H. Rogers • George Smith
Residents of New Hartford Who Enlisted from Other States:
Sergt. Hiram C. Cook. 2d Iowa Inf. • Daniel Sullivan. 1st R.I. Inf. • Jeremiah Tuttle. 37th N.Y. Inf. • Hubert A. Steele. 1st Ill. Cav. • Isaac N. Steele. 1st Ill. Cav. • Andrew M. Driggs. 106 N.Y. Inf.
[ north side ]
1st Squadron Conn. Cavalry
Vet. Surg. J. Nelson Brown • Corp. Leroy W. Jones • Howard Hemmenway • George W. White
1st Conn. Cavalry
Com. Sergt. Wilber F. Gilber • Alexander Campbell • Oscar Milem • William A. Moses
1st Conn. Heavy Artillery
Capt. Robert C. Williams • Sergt. Patrick H. Lynch. 2d Lt. U.S.C.I. • Sergt. Patrick O'Brien • Sergt. Earl Tuttle • Leroy Andrews • George Barrett • Lucius M. Fanning • James W. Goodwin • John Gorman • Leonard Hart • Benajah E. Holcomb
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By Michael Herrick, April 8, 2010
3. New Hartford Soldiers Memorial
north side
• Thomas H. Holton • Judah S. Martin • Burton S. Osborn • Nathan P. Thayer • John Tyler
2d Conn. Heavy Artillery
Maj. Edward W. Jones. Bvt. Lt. Col. • 1st Lt. Warren Alford • 1st Lt. Phillip E. Chapman • 1st Lt. John E. Wheeler • Q.M. Sergt. Roswell G. Benham • Q.M. Sergt. Henry C. Butler • Sergt. Ira D. Jones • Sergt. George F. McNary • Sgt. Carleton Seymour. 1st Lt. U.S.C.I. • Sergt. Jesse Turner • Corp. Alfred M. Dowd • Corp. Byron O. Hawley • Corp. William G. Henderson • Corp. Henry C. Merrill • Corp. Harvey Tucker • C. Abernathy Baker • Elisha L. Bancroft • Augustus Barrett • Albert Beckwith • Stanton S. Belden • Hopkins J. Benham • William Burke • Charles Carter • Dwight Case • William H. Colt • John Cruess • Addison Cook • Horatio G. Eggleston • Philander Eggleston • George L. Fairchild • Algernon G. Henderson • Bernard C. Keegan • John Kelley • Timothy F. Kelley • Michael McMahon • Thomas McMahon • John McDonough • Joseph M. Marsh • John L. Merrill • Oscar M. Mitchell • Morris E. Munger • Robert H. Rust • Patrick Ryan • Ephraim Tucker • George W. Warren • John C. Weeks • Martin Wilcox
U.S. Vols.
Capt. Hubert S. Brown, A.A. Gen. Bvt. Lt. Col
U.S. Navy
Ensign Charles M. Jones
3d U.S. Artillery
Mortimer E. Dutton
[ west side
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By Michael Herrick, April 8, 2010
4. New Hartford Soldiers Memorial
west side

2d Conn. Infantry
Principal Musician Benjamin G. Loomis • Sergt. Oliver J. Tuttle • Sergt. Elisha Dalton • Robert Birney • Frederick Glasson • Guy C. Gerald • Thomas H. Graham • Joseph F. Morrison • William Smith • Michael Young
3d Conn. Infantry
Conrad Cragen
5th Conn. Infantry
Thomas Graham • Edward Woodall
6th Conn. Infantry
Corp. Marshall W. Dowd • Thomas Begley
7th Conn. Infantry
Charles Nichols • Willard Ostrum • Albert H. Stoddard
8th Conn. Infantry
Capt. Charles W. Nash • Capt. Samuel Glasson • 1st Lt. Charles T. Andrews • 1st Lt. Albert A. Seymour • 2d Lt. Robert H. Burnside • 2d Lt. William H. Cone • 2d Lt. Henry R. Jones. Capt. U.S. V.R.C. • Principal Musician Edwin F. Strong • Sergt. George W. Clapp • Sergt. Harvey E. Elmore • Sergt. Orlow J. Root • Sergt. Cyprian H. Rust • Sergt. Henry E. Strickland • Corp. William J. Fitzmaurice • Corp. Samuel B. Hart • Corp. Charles A. Skinner • George Bancroft • William Birney • James Birney • John Bulkley • Patrick Burns • Thomas C. Clark • Henry Clark • Samuel M. Cooley • Zadock F. Cooley • Ashael Crow • John Dougherty • John Foster • Ebenezer Hackney • Joseph Hackney • Chauncy Hodge • Hubert F. Holcomb • Julius C. Jones •
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By Michael Herrick, April 8, 2010
5. New Hartford Soldiers Memorial
William H. Knight • Patrick Kinney • John Knighting • Frederick Pyrson • Henry Randall • Napolean B. Remington • George W. Robinson • Robert Rice • William H. Smith • James Spellman • Jonas Taylor • Jonas Wentworth
9th Conn. Infantry
Edward Duffy • John F. Roberts • John Smith
10th Conn. Infantry
Sergt. Wayne Tuttle • James J. Cleveland • Eaton A. Edwards • William Gerald • John H. Heacox • Thomas Jones • Henry Smith • James Stephenson
Erected 1892.
Location. 41° 52.707′ N, 72° 59.009′ W. Marker is in New Hartford, Connecticut, in Litchfield County. Marker is at the intersection of Town Hill Road (Connecticut Route 219) and Highland Avenue, on the left when traveling east on Town Hill Road. Click for map. Located at the Immaculate Conception Cemetery. Marker is in this post office area: New Hartford CT 06057, United States of America.
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within 4 miles of this marker, measured as the crow flies. New Hartford Remembers (approx. 0.2 miles away); New Hartford (approx. 0.9 miles away); Liberty Tree Memorial (approx. 0.9 miles away); Satan’s Kingdom (approx. 1.8 miles away); Squire's Tavern
New Hartford Soldiers Memorial image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, April 8, 2010
6. New Hartford Soldiers Memorial
(approx. 3.2 miles away); Barkhamsted Center Cemetery (approx. 3.3 miles away); Barkhamsted Soldiers Memorial (approx. 3.3 miles away); Hollow Church Bell (approx. 3.3 miles away). Click for a list of all markers in New Hartford.
Categories. War, US Civil
Credits. This page originally submitted on , by Michael Herrick of Southbury, Connecticut. This page has been viewed 1,661 times since then and 126 times this year. Photos:   1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. submitted on , by Michael Herrick of Southbury, Connecticut. This page was last revised on June 16, 2016.
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