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  • Collection of Items Pertaining to Charles M. Newbegin

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    Collection of items pertaining to Charles M. Newbegin of the 11th New Hampshire Infantry - Inventory Number: GRO 022

    Wounded in action at the Battle of Fredericksburg, VA.

                Identification Disk

                Eagle Masthead Discharge

                Pension Documents

                Grave receipts

                Fraternal membership document

                Historical research on the Soldier

                Sewing box containing jewelry belonging to his wife.  Still retains several spools of thread, needles, a gold-filled watch fob, ring, cuff links,                 etc. 

     

    Charles M. Newbegin

    Born in Poland, ME.  Enlisted from Hampstead, NH on 4/25/1861 as a 21 year old private into Company “H” of the 1st New Hampshire Infantry. He was Mustered Out on 8/9/1861 at Concord, NH. On 8/29/1862 he re-enlisted into Company “E” of the 11th New Hampshire Infantry where he was promoted to Sergeant.  He was Wounded in action December 13th 1863 at the Battle of Fredericksburg, VA. And was discharged for disability on 8/29/1863.  After the War he lived in Lewiston, ME.

    Charles M. Newbegin

    Residence Hampstead NH; 21 years old.

    Enlisted on 4/25/1861 as a Private.

    On 5/4/1861 he mustered into "H" Co. NH 1st Infantry

    He was Mustered Out on 8/9/1861 at Concord, NH

    On 8/29/1862 he mustered into "E" Co. NH 11th Infantry

    He was discharged for disability on 8/29/1863

    He was listed as:

    * Wounded 12/13/1862 Fredericksburg, VA

    Promotions:

    * Sergt 8/29/1862 (As of Co. E 11th NH Infantry)

    Other Information:

    born in Poland, ME

    After the War he lived in Lewiston, ME


    Inventory Number: GRO 022