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26 March 2006
  List Of Officers And Men, Co. G 49th MVM
Co. G 49th Reg. M.V.M. From Adams and Williamstown

Williamstown
Capt. Francis W. Parker
1st Lieut. Robert B. Harvie
2d. Lieut. Henry M. Lyons

Sergeants
1st, G.T. Southwick; 2d, D.W. Torrey; 3d, Geo. N. Lyons; 4th, Ira W. Wood; 5th, Chas. Waters

Corporals
1st, Henry Glasier; 2d, Frank Gove; 3d, Orson Dalrymple; 4th, E.W. Garlick; 5th, J.W. Nelson; 6th, Wm. Crosier; 7th, A.H. Upton; 8th, Sobriski Fowler

Privates
A.G. Aldrich, J.W. Adams, Joseph Avery, H.W. Babcock, Zebulon Beebee, H.N. Brown, S.B. Bennett, J.N. Briggs, S.W. Cox, Geo S. Clark, John Courtney, Chas. Courtwright, H.C. Crandell, Frank Carde, Chad Cheesbro, Riley Collwell, Patrick Carley, D.D. Clark, Edward Cobleigh, J.S. Clegg, Lucien A. Daniels, Geo. W. Dodge, W.B. Dammon, E.J. Davis, B.C. Estes, Patrick Fern, W.F. Gray, J.M. Galusha, James Hussey, Chas. B. Hermon, John Hilliard, Sam'l Hickox, E.G. Ingraham, John M. Leonard, John McGue, Wm. N. Montgomery, Wm. Miller, Thos. Murphy, H.A. May, D. Martindale, W.G. Maynard, O.H. Marsh, D.W. Noyes, Benedict Miles, J.W. Noyes, R.J. Nordaby, A.F. Ormsbee, Levi M. Porter, A.W. Reed, Michael Ryan, Issac L. Rosevelt, S.P. Robinson, E. H. Raymond, E.G. Robinson, Wm. T. Reed, J.F. Reynolds, W.E. Sampson, E.B. Sweet, A.H. Smith, E.G. Smedley, D. W. Southwick, H. M. Sheldon, Geo. Smith, D.D. Snook, Thos. J. Sweet, E.O. Tower, C.E. Torrey, Wm. A. Welton, Geo. Wicks, Chas. A. Wilbur, Harrison White, Alfred W. Cheesbro, Warren Parsons

Eight Regiments are in camp.

Two or three of the above listed are not yet mustered in. Several more who have enlisted are daily expected into camp to join the company.

But very little sickness has occured, and that was caused by carelessness. All soldiers should go to camp with warm clothing.

(Hoosac Valley News & Transcript, September 18, 1862)

*The 49th was organized at Pittsfield and mustered in October 28, 1862. Moved to New York November 21, and provost duty there until January 24, 1863. Embarked for New Orleans, La., on Steamer "Illinois" January 24, arriving there February 3, then moved to Carrollton and Baton Rouge, La. Attached to 1st Brigade, 1st Division, 19th Army Corps, Dept. of the Gulf, to August, 1863.

SERVICE.--Reconnoissance toward Port Hudson March 13-20, 1863. At Baton Rouge until May 18. Operations against Port Hudson May 18-24. Action at Plain's Store May 21. Siege of Port Hudson May 24-July 9. Assaults on Port Hudson May 27 and June 14. Surrender of Port Hudson July 9. Moved to Donaldsonville July 9-10, and duty there until August 1. Action at Cox's Plantation, Donaldsonville, July 12-13. Moved to Baton Rouge August 1, then to Pittsfield, Mass., August 8-21. Mustered out September 1, 1863.

Regiment lost during service 2 Officers and 28 Enlisted men killed and mortally wounded and 84 Enlisted men by disease. Total 114.

* Chad Cheesbro was the older brother of John "Happy Jack" Cheesbro, Baseball Hall of Fame pitcher.
 
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