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Middletown Soldiers Monument

 
 
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By Michael Herrick, May 4, 2013
1. Middletown Soldiers Monument
Inscription.
Honor To The Brave
Their Heroic Valor Ensures Our Lasting Peace
Erected By The Town Of Middletown
To The Memory Of Her Fallen Sons
1874
( north face )
Died in service
George Barrett. 1st H Art H June 12 ’61 Philadelphia • John Dunlop. 1st H Art H Oct 4 ’64 Fort Monroe • John H.S. Malona. 1st H Art H March 26 ’64 Ward, Va • David W. De Angelist. 7th Inf B June 27 ’65 Port Royal • Benjamin Starr. 7th Inf B June 27 ’65 N. Y. Harbor • William H. Brower. 7th Inf I Jan 14 ’62 Hilton Head • James Lawler. 9th Inf B April 9 ’63 Louisiana • Dennis Deegan. 9th Inf G July 30 ’64 New Haven • John Smith. 11th Inf D July 18 ’65 Newbern • Frank A. Stevens. 11th Inf D April 17 ’62 Newbern • Patrick Quinn. 11th Inf K Aug 1 ’62 Newport News • John G. Lewis. 12th Inf A May 27 ’63 New Orleans • James Williamson. 13th Inf D May 14 ’64 Alexandria La. • Aaron C. Warner. 13th Inf G Feb 28 ’62 New Haven • Martin Deegan. 13 Inf F Nov 30 ’62 Thibodeaux • William S. Bonney. 14th Inf B July 28 ‘65 New Haven • Nathaniel Butler. 14th Inf B Feb 5 ’65 Aquia Creek • Edward H. Brewer. 14th Inf B April 2 ’65 Falmouth • Amos h. fairchild. 14th Inf B march 9 ’65 washington • Eugene w. kenyon. 14th Inf B dec 31 ‘62 washington • William Russell. 14th Inf B feb 18 ‘63 Falmouth • Edward Johnson. 15th Inf C Oct 12
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By Michael Herrick, May 4, 2013
2. Middletown Soldiers Monument Marker
( east face )
Their Heroic Valor Ensures Our Lasting Peace
‘64 Newbern • George W. Robinson. 15th Inf F April 22 ‘65 Newbern • Zenas Platt. 20th Inf D Jan 5 ’64 Stevenson, Ala. • William Whitaker. 20th Inf G May 29 ’64 Chattanooga • Edwin J. Clark. 21st Inf I Jan 24 ’65 Falmouth, Va • John Norton. 21st Inf I Dec 24 ‘62 Falmouth, Va • Samuel O. Wells. 21st Inf I Nov 22 ’62 Upperville • Michael Darcy. 21st Inf I Nov 25 ’65 Middletown • Mason M. Metcalf. 21st Inf I March 3 ’63 Newport News • Jehiel Johnson. 24th Inf A May 10 ’63 New Orleans • Charles Baker. 24th Inf D March 12 ’63 Baton Rouge • Samuel E. Greenwood. 24th Inf F May 28 ‘63 Baton Rouge • Albert M. Sizer. 24th Inf F June 5 ‘63 Baton Rouge • Samuel E. Clark. 24th Inf A June 20 ‘63 Baton Rouge • Lyman Thomas. 24th Inf F June 29 ‘63 Baton Rouge • John Cottar. 24th Inf F Sept 13 ’63 Ship Island • Thomas Riley. 24th Inf G Sept 2 ‘63 Ship Island • Lucius P. Alexander. 24th Inf G July 10 ’63 New Orleans • William H. Robinson. 24th Inf G June 17 ’63 New Orleans • Charles S. Hills. 24th Inf G Sept 30 ‘63 Middletown • Augustus Penfield. 24th Inf G July 20 ’63 Donaldsonville • Amerst C. Dingle. 29th Inf F Jan 1 ’64 Fair Haven • William O. Daniels. 1st Cav B Aug 11 ‘65 Middletown • George W. Wright. 1st U.S. Chasseurs April 20 ’62 Fort Monroe

( west face )
We Cherish Their Memory
Died Of Wounds
Lieutenant George H.D. Crosby. 14th Inf. K Oct.
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By Michael Herrick, May 4, 2013
3. Middletown Soldiers Monument
( north face )
22 ’62 Antietam • Edwin R. Johnson. 1st H. Art. A Oct. 27 ’64 Petersburg • John K. Doolittle. 8th Inf. K Oct. 9 ’62 Cold Harbor • John Antonio. 11th Inf. A June 15 ’64 Cold Harbor • George Warren. 11th Inf. A June 18 ’64 Cold Harbor • Joseph Mc Clusky. 14th Inf. B May 27 ’64 Wilderness • Austin Judd. 14th Inf. B June 9 ’63 Chancellorsville • Henry A. Lloyd. 14th Inf. B June 13 ’63 Fredericksburg • Andrew Scheurer. 14th Inf. B June 26 ’63 Fredericksburg • Harmon Farmer. 14th Inf. E Dec 30 ’62 Fredericksburg • George F. Chamberlain. 16th Inf. G May 11 ’65 Antietam • James McCammon. 21st Inf. I June 28 ’64 Petersburg • George S. Thomas. 21st Inf. I May 30 ’64 Drury’s Bluff • John H. Price. 24th Inf. A Aug 29 ’63 Port Hudson • Eugene W. Edwards. 1st Cav. C May 30 ’64 Wilderness
Died In Military Prisons
Charles M. McWhinnie. 7th Inf. C Feb 28 ’65 Florence • William Carroll. 7th Inf. I May 15 ’64 Milan, Ga. • Cornelius Cooper.11th Inf. K March 9 ’64 Andersonville • John Beaugis. 11th Inf. C Aug 9 ’64 Andersonville • William Clarkson. 11th Inf. H July 25 ‘64 Andersonville • George Fitzgerald. 11th Inf A Oct 16 ’64 Savannah • Peter Dechamp.13th Inf. C March 14 ’65 Savannah • Henry D. Hubbard. 16th Inf. G Sept 2 ’64 Andersonville • George W. Hulse. 99th N.Y. I Sept ’64 Andersonville
Died Since Muster Out
Wadsworth F. Blinn. 2nd Inf. A Aug 25 ‘61
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By Michael Herrick, May 4, 2013
4. Middletown Soldiers Monument
( west face )
Middletown • William E. Derby. 7th Inf. G Jan 10 ‘62 Middletown • John Lynch. 9th Inf. B Nov 1 ‘62 Middletown • John S. Blinn 21st Inf. B April 16 ‘63 Middletown • James Powers. 29th Inf. I March 26 ‘67 Middletown
( south face )
Killed In Action
Major General Joseph K.F. Mansfield. U.S. Army Sept 17 ’62 Antietam • Captain Elijah W. Gibbons. 14th Inf B Dec 19 ’62 Fredericksburg • Captain Joseph Donohue. 88th N.Y. G July 5 ’62 Malvern Hill • Lieutenant David E. Canfield. 14th Inf B Dec 13 ’62 Fredericksburg • Joseph D. Tobey. 1st H.Art. K Nov 7 ’64 Petersburg • Lewellyn Barnes. 2nd Art. D Oct 19 ’64 Cedar Creek • Sylvester Prout. 2nd Art. G Mar 25 ’63 Petersburg • John Davis. 5th Inf E July 25 ’64 Atlanta, Ga. • Curtis S. Clark. 7th Inf A June 14 ’62 James Island • Richard Bidwell. 7th Inf B July 11 ’63 Fort Wagner • Thomas Tappan. 7th Inf I July 11 ’63 Fort Wagner • James Moore. 7th Inf I July 11 ’63 Fort Wagner • Daniel H. Spencer. 12th Inf F Oct 19 ‘64 Cedar Creek • Samuel Huxham. 14th Inf B July 3 ’63 Gettysburg • Lucius E. Bidwell. 14th Inf B May 6 ’64 Wilderness • George S. May. 14th Inf B May 6 ’64 Wilderness • Daniel Timmons. 14th Inf E May 8 ’64 Wilderness • William H. Johnson. 14th Inf B Dec 13 ‘62 Fredericksburg • Dwight Wolcott. 14th Inf B Dec 13 ‘62 Fredericksburg • William B. Hilliker. 14th Inf B Dec 13 ‘62 Fredericksburg • Enoch Wilcox
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By Michael Herrick, May 4, 2013
5. Middletown Soldiers Monument
( south face )
2nd. 14th Inf B Dec 13 ‘62 Fredericksburg • David B. Lincoln. 14th Inf B Dec 17 ‘62 Fredericksburg • Daniel H. Otis. 14th Inf B Dec 20 ‘62 Fredericksburg • Robert Hubbard. 14th Inf B Sept. 17 ’62 Antietam • William F. Lovejoy. 14th Inf E Sept. 17 ’62 Antietam • Charles S. Brooks. 14th Inf B Oct 14 ’63 Bristol Station • William W. Miller. 14th Inf B Aug 16 ’64 Deep Bottom • Frank L. Gibbs. 21st Inf I Aug 12 ‘64 Petersburg • Selleck Scott. 24th Inf D May 24 ’63 Port Hudson • William Bray Jr. 24th Inf A May 25 ‘63 Port Hudson • Amos G. Miller. 24th Inf A June 14 ‘63 Port Hudson • Charles Rigby. 24th Inf D June 14 ‘63 Port Hudson • Robert Smith. 24th Inf G June 14 ‘63 Port Hudson • John Barry. 24th Inf F June 16 ‘63 Port Hudson • Michael Flanagan. 1st Cav B June 1 ’64 Ashland, Va • Charles C. Hall. U.S. Navy Dec 1 ’64 Newbern
 
Erected 1874 by Town Of Middletown.
 
Location. 41° 33.394′ N, 72° 38.879′ W. Marker is in Middletown, Connecticut, in Middlesex County. Marker is at the intersection of Main Street and Pleasant Street, on the left when traveling north on Main Street. Click for map. Located in Union Park. Marker is in this post office area: Middletown CT 06457, United States of America.
 
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within walking distance of this marker. Middletown and the Civil War (a few
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By Michael Herrick, May 4, 2013
6. Middletown Soldiers Monument
Four 12-pounder bronze cannon, captured from the Confederate Army, point outwards from the corners of the pedestal.
steps from this marker); Henry Clay Work (within shouting distance of this marker); Middletown (within shouting distance of this marker); Near This Site In 1750 (within shouting distance of this marker); The General Mansfield House (about 300 feet away, measured in a direct line); Middletown Honor Roll (about 400 feet away); Danforth Pewter Shop (about 400 feet away); Congregation Adath Israel (about 400 feet away). Click for a list of all markers in Middletown.
 
Categories. War, US Civil
 
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By Michael Herrick, May 4, 2013
7. Middletown Soldiers Monument
( sculptor’s inscription )
M.H. Mosman Sculptor   Ames Foundry   Chicopee, Mass.
 
 
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