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Updated June 13th 2000


BRITISH NORTH AMERICANS (CANADIANS) IN MASSACHUSETTS REGIMENTS

1st Artillery (Heavy)

  1. McQuinn William Coy C Home Sackville N.B. Canada DLB 4 June 1842 Sackville N.B. Canada TLDD Natural blood poisoning from an injury at work 1892 Cemetery Unknown Sackville N.B. Canada Bio

19th Infantry

  1. Parent Louis Coy I Rnk Pvt. DLB 1842 Canada DLE 18 Aug. 1862 DLD 22 July 1865 Other Info GAR Phil Kearney Post #7 Aberdeen Brown Co. SD Also in Coy I 37 Mass Inf.

37th Infantry

Spc Parent Louis Coy I Rnk Pvt. DLB 1842 Canada DLE 18 Aug. 1862 DLD 22 July 1865 Other Info GAR Phil Kearney Post #7 Aberdeen Brown Co. SD Also in Coy G 19 Mass Inf.

54th Massachusetts Infantry

  1. Amich John W. Home Toronto Canada West Other Info His enlistment papers was endorsed with an ‘x’

  2. Brown Abraham Home Toronto Canada West

  3. Davis William Home Canada. Other Info Pre war occupation was Waiter

  4. Gilyer Hammel Home Nova Scotia Canada Other Info Pre war occupation was Sailor

  5. Haskell James Home Montreal Canada East Other Info Pre war occupation was Stone Cutter

  6. Hazzard Samuel Home Nova Scotia Canada Other Info Pre war occupation was Sailor

  7. Holmes Charles Home Hamilton Canada West Other Info Pre war occupation was Waiter

  8. Hull William W. Home Canada. Other Info Pre war occupation was Labourer

  9. Jackson Moses Galt Home Woodstock Canada West Other Info Pre war occupation was Barber

  10. Johnson John Home Canada Other Info Pre war occupation was Labourer

  11. Johnson Roy Home Woodstock Canada West Other Info Pre war occupation was Cook

  12. Morey Benjamin Home Hamilton Canada West Other Info Pre war occupation was Farmer

  13. Page Thomas Home Nova Scotia Canada Other Info Pre war occupation was Sailor

  14. Parritt William Home Canada Other Info Pre war occupation was Glass Maker

  15. Silvers William Home Toronto Canada West

  16. Smith Thomas F. Home Montreal Canada East Other Info Pre war occupation was Labourer

  17. Thomas Jerimiah Home London Canada West Other Info Pre war occupation was Waiter

  18. Weeks John Home Catham Canada West Other Info Pre war occupation was Cook The enlistment papers was endorsed with an ‘x’. He is listed as ‘missing’ at Fort Wagner South Carolina 18 July 1863 and presumed killed in action. If so he is buried in a mass grave unidentified. See Note #1

Table of Abbreviations
Coy = Company AAE = Age at Enlistment
Rnk = Rank DLB = Date and Location of Birth
DLE = Date and Location of Enlistment DLD = Date and Location of Discharge
KIA = Killed in Action MIA = Missing in Action
POW = Prisoner of War DIP = Died in Prison
DOW = Died of Wounds DofD = Died of Disease
TLDD = Type, Location & Date of Death DOAI = Died of Accidental Injury
NOR = Not On Rosters I found GAR = Grand Army of the Republic

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