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14th New Hampshire Infantry Regiment

The monument to the 14th New Hampshire Infantry Regiment is in Winchester National Cemetery in Winchester, Virginia. (39° 11.079′ N, 78° 9.389′ W; see map) It was erected by the State of New Hampshire in 1868.

 

The Cemetery entrance is on the south side of National Avenue (Business Virginia Route 7) two blocks west of Pleasant Valley Road.

 

From the front of the monument:

 

New
Hampshire

erects this mon-
ument to the mem-
ory of her brave
sons of her
14th Regiment
who fell in battle
Sept. 19, 1864
upon this field
and are here buri-
ed in one common
grave.


Capts.
W. H. Chaffin
W. A. Fosgate
---
Lieuts.
H. S. Paul
J. A. Fiske

 

From the left side:


Sergts.
C. C. Wilson
G. W. Felch
M. Macurdy
A. A. Baker

---

Corpls.
N. P. Rust

M. Allen
G. W. Hazen
S. Tasker
C. W. Noyes
D. W. Chase

 

From the rear:


Privts.
N. Wyman
S. H. Young
G. Perrigo
G. L. Wetherbee
F. B. Andrews
H. L. Haynes
A. E. Boyd
C. L. Himan
M. Marston
G. T. Souther
W. A. Scott
L. Parker
O. A. Barnes
S. Water
H. O. Baker
D. J. Cameron
D. W. Phelps
L. E.. Bent

 

From the left side:


Mortally
Wounded
Col. A. Gardner
A. E. Colburn

G. H. Stone

L. Willard

H. R. Brown

G. H. Stone

G. W. Tucker

L. G. Merrill

R. Varney

O. Straw

G. B. Cofran

H. Atwood

A. Harriman

 

James Bowman mortaly wounded

 

 


 

See more about the 14th New Hampshire Infantry Regiment during the Civil War, including the full names of the casualties on this monument.


Front view of the monument to the 14th New Hampshire Regiment in Winchester National Cemetery
(above) Front view of the monument to the 14th New Hampshire Regiment in Winchester National Cemetery. The monument to the 114th New York Infantry Regiment is in the background. (below) Rear of the monument, facing east. The State of Pennsylvania Monument is in the right distance.

Rear of the monument to the 14th New Hampshire Infantry Regiment, facing east. The State of Pennsylvania Monument is in the right distance.
Left side of the monument,to the 14th New Hampshire Infentry Regiment, facing north to the main gate of the cemetery and the Superintendent's Lodge
(above) Left side of the monument, facing north to the main gate of the cemetery and the Superintendent's Lodge. (below) Right side of the monument, facing south,with the flagpole that is the center of the cmetery in the distance.
Right side of the monument to the 14th New Hampshire Infantry Regiment, facing south,with the flagpole that is the center of the cmetery in the distance.





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