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Company A
Michael Paine
- Private
Last name appears as 'Payne' on some military records. Shot in the chest at Gettysburg but survived. My Great Great Grand Uncle. Unknown death date or burial site.
Contact Name: Scott Paine
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Date Added: 5/30/2012

Company B
Thomas O'Neal
- Private
Thomas enlisted in Captain George W. Gardner's Company B 24th Regiment of the Massachusettes Infantry on October 17, 1861 for a term of 3 years. He was discharged from service on August 27, 1863 at New Bern North Carolina by reason of physical disability and was deemed unfit to serve in the invalid corps.
Contact Name: Mark Hartle
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Date Added: 1/12/2007

Company C
John McNamee
- Private
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Contact Name: Steven Fox
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Date Added: 12/14/2009

Company E
Daniel Aloyisius Cronin
Rank Unknown
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Contact Name: John Cronin
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Date Added: 1/10/2007

Company K
Thomas McNeil
- Private
Thomas McNeil (McNiel, McNeill, McNeal), born about 1835 in County Roscommon, Eire, enlisted October 1861 in Company C, 35th Massachusetts. Invalided out February 1863. Evidently re-enlisted with a veteran's bounty in the 28th Massachusetts, Company K, in February 1864. Captured at Reams Station, Virginia, August 1864. Incarcerated at prisoner-of-war facility at Salisbury, North Carolina, where he died in January 1865. Wife Hannah (Sullivan) McNeil, married 1856: she and children lived in Dorchester (now South Boston) during the war. Believe he was father of our ancestor John Alexander McNeil, born 1857 in Dorchester.
Contact Name: Steve Hicks
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Date Added: 5/25/2005

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