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1st Connecticut Cavalry      
Company A
Stephen N. Hinman - Lieutenant   
.S., Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles, 1861-1865 about Stephen N Hinman
Name: Stephen N Hinman
Residence: Connecticut
Enlistment Date: 6 Nov 1861
Rank at enlistment: Private
State Served: Connecticut
Survived the War?: Yes
Service Record: Enlisted in Company A, Connecticut 1st Cavalry Regiment on 14 Nov 1861. Promoted to Full Corporal on 01 Oct 1862.
Promoted to Full Qtr Master Sarg on 01 Nov 1863. Promoted to Full 1st Sergeant on 04 Nov 1864. Promoted to Full 2nd Lieutenant on 07 Jan 1865. Mustered out on 02 Aug 1865.
He was aide to Col Pennington of battalion staff at the end of the war.

Contact Name:  Brian Majeres
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Date Added:  11/17/2020
Company A
Henry Sabin - Private   
Henry Sabin -- Home was Pomfret, CT and he enlisted 19 Nov. 1861 as a Pvt. He was mustered into Co. A.,1st CT CAV on 19 Nov 1861 and was discharged on 20 Sep 1862.
Contact Name:  Donald W. Read
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Date Added:  11/29/2005
Company C
Eugene. B. PERRY - Corporal   
He was known by some as 'E.B.' Perry. He was my grandfather; yes grandfather. He died in 1905 thirty years before I was born. After the war he became a doctor in the small town of Melvin, Illinois and is buried at Gibson City, Illinois. He was discharged in 1864 at the end of his three year enlistment. I know little of his wartime activities other than what I have from the national archives. They did include a letter he'd written from the stockade where he had been held for drunkedness. After his release he was promoted to corporal. (R.Perry, El Cajon, Ca 10-20-08)
Contact Name:  ROBERT PERRY
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Date Added:  10/20/2008
Company D
Uriah N. Parmelee - Captain   
Buried with headstone in the Poplar Grove National Cemetery.
Killed at the battle of Five Forks, April 1, 1865
However, came across this information:
buried 'Mrs. Gillum's house; Five Forks
Capt. U. N. Parmelee, 1st Conn. Cavalry
article entitled - Graves of Connecticut Soldiers.
Date: Saturday, July 22, 1865 Paper: Connecticut Courant (Hartford, Connecticut) Volume: CII Issue: 5244 Page: 3
Contact Name:  Skip Riddle
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Date Added:  9/8/2015
Company F
Thomas Harrison Sims - Private   
Thomas Harrison Sims previously served in Company B, 23rd NC Infantry (CSA). He was captured at Gettysburg (in the railroad cut) on July 1, 1863 and sent to Ft. Delaware POW Camp. He 'galvanized' to the Union as shown below.

From the book “Connecticut: Record of Service of Men during War of Rebellion”

Enlistment date October 1, 1863
Enlisted in F Company 1st Cavalry Company Connecticut. Deserted on 29 January 1864.

Born: July 19, 1840 in Catawba Co., NC
Died: unknown
Buried: unknown
Married: unknown
Children: unknown
Occupation: farmer
Contact Name:  Adrian C. Sims
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Date Added:  4/7/2007
Company G
William Penn Guynes - Captain   
He was my great,great grandfather.He served first from his home state of Mississippi as a private in the 12 Mississippi Infantry.He was captured near Gettysburg and sent to Baltimore Maryland.He joined the union and was sent to Minnesota where he fought Indians.His discharge says he was a captain when musterd out.His tombstone reads First Sergeant.He is buried at Hampton Roads National Cemetery.
Contact Name:  David Wingo
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Date Added:  3/9/2010
Company M
Henry W Edwards - Private   
This is my G.G. Grandfather. I am interested in information relating to the 1st Conn Cav. will share what little I have.
Contact Name:  Janis L. Esty
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Date Added:  6/28/2005
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