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Roll of Honor
(No. XXV.)

NAMES OF SOLDIERS
WHO
DIED IN DEFENSE OF THE UNION,
INTERRED IN THE
NATIONAL CEMETERIES
AT
FREDERICKSBURG, VIRGINIA; MOBILE, ALABAMA; AND FORT GIBSON, INDIAN TERRITORY; AND NAMES NOT HERETOFORE PUBLISHED OF UNION SOLDIERS INTERRED IN TEH NATIONAL CEMETERIES AT HAMPTON, VIRGINIA; HARRANCAS, FLORIDA; AND ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA
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"Let summer send her golden sunbeams down
In graceful salutations for the dead,
And autumn's moving host of leaflets brown
Break ranks above the fallen soldier's head."
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WASHINGTON:
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.
1870

      The Hampton National Cemetery is located about two and three-quarter miles from Fort Monroe, Virginia, in Elizabeth City County, Virginia, on main road leading from Fort Monroe to Hampton, Virginia.  It comprises within its limits 11 ⁷/10 acres of land and is enclosed by a well-built picket fence.
     The lodge of the superintendent is a neat building on the left side of main entrance, the right side being occupied by a frame church erected by subscription during the war.
     Gun monuments have been erected on each side of the flag-staff, and the center of the cemetery is graced by a chaste and beautiful granite monument erected by private subscription under direction of Miss Dorothea Dix.
     The cemetery was located, and interments therein commenced, on the 27th of June, 1867 under direction of Brevet Colonel A. P. Blunt, assistant quartermaster United States Army, chief quartermaster first military district at the time.  The completion of the cemetery has been military district at the time.  The completion of the cemetery has been directed and supervised by Brevet Lieutenant Colonel Henry W. Janes, captain and assistant quartermaster United States Army, who was placed in charge of the same on the 28th of March, 1868.  On account of the cemetery with good and substantial driveways, and over eleven thousand feet of brick gutters have been constructed.
     The entire cost of the cemetery, including interments, will not fall short of $60,000.
     The cemetery is very attractive in appearance, and is visited by many strangers, as well as the residents of Fort Monroe and its vicinity.
     The bodies of those interred in the cemetery were removed from Big Bethel, Newport News, Norfolk, Craney Island, Deep Creek, Jamestown, Suffolk, Smithfield Portsmouth, Blackwater, and Cherrystone, Virginia, in addition to those who died in the hospitals established around Fort Monroe.
     The drainage of this cemetery is being rapidly pushed forward, and it is expected that it will be completed by the close of the current year.
     The number of known soldiers interred in this cemetery is four thousand six hundred and forty-two; the number of unknown soldiers interred in this cemetery is four hundred and seventy-nine; total number of bodies, known and unknown, five thousand one hundred and twenty-one.
     A superintendent has been appointed, and is now in charge of the cemetery, under the directions of the depot quartermaster, Fort Monroe, Virginia.
 
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No. Name Rank. Co. Regiment. Date of death. Row. Sec. Grave. Remarks.
1 A -- -- -- July 6, 1862 2 F 9 Steamer Elm City
2 A__ -- -- -- July 15, 1862 4 F 17  
3 A -- -- -- July 15, 1862 4 F 21  
4 A., A -- -- -- July 21, 1862 10 F 11  
5 A., B. A. -- -- -- ___ __, 1864 9 F 42  
6 Abbott, George Private H 130th N. Y. vols Jan. 30, 1863 10 D 35 25 years, killed in action
7 Abby, D do F 5th Mass. cavalry June 6, 1862 14 D 10  
8 Aborms, F do A 16th Conn. vols Mar. 25, 1863 20 D 44  
9 Abrams, L. do D 158th N. Y. vols June 5, 1865 15 D 10  
10 Abrams, R. do K 100th N. Y. vols. May 21, 1864 8 C 2  
11 Acaman, J. B. do I 81st Pa. vols. July 9, 1862 22 A 25  
12 Ackens, J. do A 53d Ga. vols. une14, 1865 26 E 17  
13 Acuin, Charles Lyon do -- 74th N. Y. vols. May 26, 1862 22 A 5  
14 Adams, A. do H 11th Conn. vols. July 27 1865 14 E 23  
15 Adams, Charles do E 13th N.Y. heavy art Nov. 9, 1864 15 B 37  
16 Adams, E. P. Sergeant H 195h Wis. vols. Dec. 10, 1864 8 E 41  
17 Adams, Ira J. Private A 3d N. H. vols. July 2, 1864 17 E 35  
18 Adams, J. do E 22d U. S. colored troops May 3, 1865 16 D 13  
19 Adams, J. M. do G 1st U. S. vols. Unknown 1 D 41  
20 Adams, J. Q. do C 1st U. S. colored troops Oct. 13, 1863 17 B 12  
21 Addison, James do K 109th U. S. colored troops Apr. 7, 1865 17 B 21  
22 Adkins, A. do A 13th Va. battery June 19, 1865 26 E 5  
23 Agerlly H. F. do H 4th N. H. vols. Aug. 2, 1864 17 E 89  
24 Ahern, D. do K 11th Mass. vols. May 14, 1862 5 C 8  
25 Aikins, J. F. do -- 13th Mass. battery Dec. 14, 1863 4 D 21  
26 Akenorst, James L. do C 39th Ill. vols. May 28, 1864 6 E 3  
27 Aker, G. W. do H 81st N. Y. vols. July 5, 1862 17 A 22  
28 Akin, C. R. do B 4th Mass. cavalry Feb. 10, 1865 25 E 45  
29 Alback, H. do -- 7 N. Y. vols. June 10, 1861 24 E 54  
30 Albert, William do -- -- Aug. 10, 1862 2 F 20  
31 Albertson, W. K. do I 119th Pa. vols. July 2, 1864 9 A 18  
32 Albrough, W. H. do F 199th Pa. vols. May 6, 1865 15 D 31  
33 Alden, Edward M. do F 89th N. Y. vols. Aug. 15, 1864 21 C 10  
34 Alexander, J. do K 45th U. S. colored troops Feb. 26, 1865 19 D 24  
35 Alexander, Mary B. Hospital nurse -- -- Apr. 22, 1865 6 C 2  

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No. Name Rank. Co. Regiment. Date of death. Row. Sec. Grave. Remarks.
36 Alexandria, J. Private I 117th U. S. colored troops May 15, 1865 18 E 10  
37 Alexandria, J. do K 29th U. S. colored troops Mar. 31, 1865 11 D 28  
38. Alger, E. L. do G 161st N. Y. vols. July 15, 1863 2 B 9  
39 Allard, J. W. do F 21st U. S. vols. Nov. 11, 1867 18 A 1  
40 Allard, Jacob 30 D 98th N. Y. vols. Apr. 24, 1862 13 B 33  
41 Allbright, M. W. Citizen -- -- Jan. 13, 1865 26 D 5  
42 Allen Sergeant -- 44th N. Y. vols. Apr. 14, 1862 7 F 6  
43 Allen, H. H. Private F 8th Conn. vols. June 23, 1864 18 E 51  
44 Allen, C. W. do D 92d N. Y. vols. June 24, 1862 12 B 37  
45 Allen, Charles W. Corporal K 8th Conn. vols. July 8, 1864 19 E 37  
46 Allen, George Private D 11th Me. vols. July 14, 1864 19 E 19  
47 Allen, Henry T. do K 2d Mass. artillery Aug. 15, 1864 19 C 6  
48 Allen, J. O. do C 16th Me. vols Apr. 27, 1865 21 E 8  
49 Allen, James do -- 1stU. S. colored troops -- 17 C 6  
50 Allen, Jeremiah Sergeant A 10th N. H. vols. July 28, 1863 1 E 37  
51 Allen, Joseph Private K 1st U. S. colored troops June 25, 1864 17 B 32  
52 Allen, Lafayette do I 10th N. Y. heavy art June 9, 1864 17 A 13  
53 Allen, S. B. Sergeant B 44th N. Y.vols. Apr. 11, 1862 22 A 28  
54 Allen, Samuel Private I 29th U. S. colored troops May 3, 1865 14 B 11  
55 Allen, Silas do A 49th Pa. vols. Sept. 26, 1862 1 A 2  
56 Allen, Tibbett do C 1st U. S. colored troops Oct. 20, 1863 7 A 11  
57 Allen, Trueman do A 22d U. S. colored troops Aug. 1, 1864 27 E 36  
58 Allen, W. H. do A 10th N. H. vols. July 6, 1863 1 D 20  
59 Allen, W. H. do -- 16th N. Y. battery Sept. 24, 1863 1 E 38  
60 Allen, W. N. do -- 5th N. J. battery July 11, 1864 16 E 50  
61 Allison, William do D 142d N. Y. vols. May 27, 1864 6 E 5  
62 Alshouse, J. do -- -- -- 18 A 2 Died with cholera
63 Alverson, James do B 112th N. Y. vols. July 12, 1862 13 A 22  
64 Amable, William H. do -- 99th N. Y. vols. Sept. 27, 1861 3 D 16  
65 Amach, William M. Sergeant H 55th Pa. vols. Aug. 11, 1864 14 E 53  
66 Amel,C. Private F 118th N. Y. vols. Oct. 25, 1864 6 E 53  
67 Amen, P. Q. R.S. Q. -- -- -- -- 13 B 10  
68 Ames, Jesse Private -- 16th N. Y. battery Oct. 16, 1863 3 C 17  
69 Ames, W. H. do K 1st D. C. cavalry Sept. 24, 1864 9 E 53  
70 Ames, William Corporal K 2d U.S. colored cavalry Oct. 24, 1864 4 E 51  
71 Ameton, George Private A 19th N. Y. cavalry July 26, 1864 14 E 25  
72 Amidon, John do H 85th N. Y. vols. Jan. 13, 1863 5 A 11  
73 Amos, H. W. do G 45th Pa. vols. -- 9 F 10  
74 Amos, H. do B 41st U. S. colored troops July 21, 1865 11 D 22  
75 Anderson, Andrew do C 148th N. Y. vols. Mar. 30, 1863 13 A 1  
76 Anderson, B. do D 4th U. S. artillery Apr. 24, 1863 2 A 12 22 years.

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No. Name Rank. Co. Regiment. Date of death. Row. Sec. Grave. Remarks.
77 Anderson, C. Private K 27th U. S. colored troops Mar. 15, 1865 23 E 24  
78 Anderson, D. do H 117th U. S. colored troops Jan. 10, 1865 22 E 20  
79 Anderson, E. do I 5th Pa. cavalry Feb. 20, 1864 16 A 19  
80 Anderson, G. do A 122d U. S. colored troops Feb. 12, 1865 8 A 5  
81 Anderson, G. D. Corporal D 7th U. S. colored troops Sept. 30, 1864 2 E 12  
82 Anderson, Gulick Private B 19th Wis. vols. -- 16 A 20  
83 Anderson, J. K. do K 12th Me. vols. Feb. 10, 1862 8 F 24  
84 Anderson, M. do C 2d N. C. vols. Oct. 8, 1863 15 B 17  
85 Anderson, S. do B 1st S. C. vols. Apr. 24, 1865 26 E 20  
86 Anderson, W. do D 41st U. S. colored troops July 26, 1865 11 D 48  
87 Anderson, William do D 7th U. S. colored troops Oct. 16, 1865 20 A 25  
88 Anderson, William do E 13th N. Y. heavy art Dec. 17, 1864 7 D 42  
89 Anderson, William do D 22d U. S. colored troops Aug. 13, 1864 9 E 27  
90 Anderson, William W. do D 12th Me. vols. Feb. 7, 1862 8 F 42  
91 Andre, John do C ___ N.Y. vols. -- 3 F 12  
92 Andress, David Sergeant A 11th Conn. vols. Apr. 24, 1863 5 D 49 32 years
93 Andrews, A. Private A 112th Pa. vols. Aug. 16, 1864 13 E 53  
94 Andrews,C. do C 21st Conn. vols. June 8, 1864 22 E 45  
95 Andrews, J. Sergeant A 11th Me. vols. July 29, 1864 20 A 6  
96 Andrews, Mart. Private F 7th Mass. vols. May 14, 1862 7 B 22  
97 Angell, A. S. do A 25th Mass. vols. June 29, 1864 1 E 44  
98 Angus, Levy do D 11th Pa. cavalry Aug.3, 1863 16 B 26  
99 Anson, N. F. do D 118th N. Y. vols. Aug. 20, 1864 4 E 16  
100 Anthony, C. do H 55th Pa. vols. July 12, 1864 16 E 45  
101 Anthony, G. do G 39th U. S. colored troops Feb. 20, 1865 7 D 22  
102 Anthony, John Sailor -- -- July 30, 1862 22 A 7  
103 Antis, Henry Private B 20th N. Y. cavalry Dec. 16, 1863 10 D 44 22 years.
104 Antry, W. do C 12th Ga. battery June 9, 1865 25 E 1  
105 Apker, S. S. do A 188th Pa. vols June 18, 1865 16 E 10  
106 Appel, J. H. eo B 52d N. Y. vols. June 12, 1862 9 D 47  
107 Aptell, L. D. do E 100th Vt. vols. July 10, 1864 21 D 42  
108 Archer, Moses do K 22d U. S. colored troops Aug. 11, 1864 25 E 21  
109 Archibald, T. do G 24th Mass. vols. Apr. 26, 1865 21 -- 10  
110 Arlhart, H. do E 107th U. S. colored troops Mar. 18, 1865 21 D 12  
111 Armstrong, A. do I 109th U. S. colored troops May 30, 1865 19 A 22  

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No. Name Rank. Co. Regiment. Date of death. Row. Sec. Grave. Remarks.
112 Armstrong, A. do D 2d Pa. artillery Aug. 6, 1864 14 E 31  
113 Armstrong, B. do -- 7th N. J. artillery Sept. 17, 1862 4 C 23  
114 Armstrong, C. do K 38th U. S. colored troops Mar. 18, 1865 21 D 27  
115 Armstrong, J. do E 6th U. S. colored troops Nov. 12, 1864 9 D 18  
116 Armstrong, J. A. Corporal K 3d N. Y. vols. May 16, 1864 4 C 16  
117 Armstrong, R. Private -- 2d U. S. Col'd troops bat. Aug. 24, 1864 27 E 26  
118 Armstrong, S. do K 3d N. Y.vols. May 15, 1864 3 C 14  
119 Arndt, John do -- 1st Mich. vols. Feb. 27, 1864 13 B 28  
120 Arnold, J. do K 37th U. S. colored troops Mar. 2, 1865 10 E 16  
121 Arnold, John do A 69th N. Y. vols. July 22, 1863 15 A 9  
122 Arnold, L. S. Corporal A 13th Ind. vols. Oct. 1, 1863 5 E 6  
123 Arnold, P. B. Private F 23d Mass. vols. Feb. 20, 1862 10 F 5  
124 Arnot, B. do H ___ N. Y. vols. -- 22 A 4  
125 Arnot, Jacob do H 50th N. Y. vols. July 9, 1862 1 F 15  
126 Arnsworth, G. do C 7th N. H. vols. Nov. 29, 1864 7 E 37  
127 Art, Casper do F 5th Pa. cavalry Nov. 16, 1863 17 A 19  
128 Arthur, D. do G 22d U. S. colored troops Oct. 10, 1864 8 E 13  
129 Ashen, W. H. do I 11th Miss. vols. Aug. 6, 1862 26 E 12  
130 Ashley, Ephraim do D 2d U. S. colored artillery May 10, 1865 14 B 26  
131 Ashly ,B do G 31st U. S. colored troops May 27, 1865 19 A 9  
132 Ashmond, J. do D 6th N. Y. artillery June 28, 1865 12 D 28  
133 Aspenwall, J. do I 20th N. Y. cavalry Apr. 12, 1864 1 D 27  
134 Asque, Armstead do E 8th U. S. col'd heavy art June 12, 1865 18 E 12  
135 Aten, J. C. do C 203d Pa. Dec. 19, 1864 10 D 27  
136 Atin, P. do G 199th Pa. Feb. 23, 1865 19 D 28  
137 Atkins, J. Corporal K 8th U. S. colored troops Dec. 29, 1864 22 E 3  
138 Atkins, George Private D 112th N. Y. vols. July 25, 1865 15 A 24  
139 Augustus, C. H. Corporal E 6th U. S. colored troops Oct. 14,1864 9 D 9  
140 Austin, A. Private C 9th Vt. vols. Apr 20, 1865 18 D 20  
141 Austin, D. do D 118th N. Y. vols. Sept. 25, 1863 17 D 46  
142 Austin, Jacob do A 1st Pa. art. Sept. 1, 1863 13 A 24  
143 Averette, J. do B 1st N. Y. battery May 5, 1862 6 B 3  
144 Avery, G. R. do H 100th N. Y. vols. June 15, 1864 22 e 25  
145 Avery, G. W. do D 9th Me. vols. Feb.10, 1865 7 D 26  
146 Asley, John do E 69th Pa. vols. Sept. __, 1862 3 B 23  
147 Ayers, G. B. B. -- -- -- Sept. 14, 1862 11 B 6  
148 Ayers, James B. Sergt. major -- 10th N. J. vols. July 22, 1863 21 B 40  
149 Ayles, T. Private M 16th N. Y. heavy part. Oct. 3, 1863 5 D 32  
150 Ayres, D. do I 7th U. S. colored troops Sept. 22, 1864 10 E 54  
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