Volunteer Regiment contained 18 Wethersfield men including Chaplain John
Morris who later co-authored a book on the war. Their fiercest fighting
was at Antietam where Morris was
said to have picked up a gun in the heat of the battle and at Cold Harbor where 2
Wethersfield men were killed and one was wounded.
Name / Date Enlisted / Unit / Date Out /
Reason Out / Comment
- Barton, James 11/21/64
Company A 6/9/65 Deserted
- Clarkson, John 11/21/64 Company D
- Clifford, John 11/18/64 Company D 12/8/68
- Crowe, Patrick 7/21/64 Company D 12/6/65 M.O.
- Kelley, Michael 9/3/63 Company C 5/7/64 W.D.
John L. 9/3/63 Company A 5/7/64 W.D. Waltham Junction, VA Deserted
- Lewis, George 2/20/64 Company D Disc. 3/9/64
Frederick 9/4/63 Company F 9/29/64 Deserted
- Long, William
2/20/64 Company B Killed 6/2/64 – Cold Harbor
- Morgan, Guy
S. 9/25/61 Company A Trans. Form 3rd Disc. 2/4/63?
John M. 4/26/62 9/29/63 Res. Chaplin
- Moor, James 9/9/63
Company I Deserted 10/7/63
- Phelan, John 3/17/64 Company A
Killed 6/9/64 – Cold Harbor
- Simpson, David 9/5/63 Company F?
Trans. To Navy 5/3/64
- Smith, John 9/5/63 Company F? W.D.
Cold Harbor 6/3//64 Deserted 8/17/64
- Snyder, Joel 8/28/64
Company A Disc. 10/20/65
- Wales, Francis 9/1/63 Company D
Shot for desertion 9/9/63
- Williams, Michael 11/19/64 Company I