Guide to the Charles O. Moulton Diary, 1862
Collection number: MS 175
About Charles O. Moulton (1835-1898)
Charles O. Moulton of Pembroke, New Hampshire, was the son of Charles H. Moulton and Mary Drake. He enlisted as a private with the Abbott Guard on April 22, 1861. On July 12, 1861 he was discharged and he then re-enlisted with others to form part of Company I, 2nd Regiment of the New Hampshire Volunteer Infantry under the command of Captain Edward L. Bailey. On October 13, 1862, Moulton left Company I with a pass for home.
About the Charles O. Moulton Diary, 1862
Diary kept by Charles O. Moulton. The diary records the weather, the members, movements and daily activities of Company I, and Moulton’s thoughts and actions. It continues after Moulton’s departure from Company I in October.
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Charles O. Moulton Diary, 1862, MS 175, Milne Special
Collections and Archives, University of New Hampshire Library, Durham, NH, USA.
Donated: Donna Kerrigan and Meg Abel, Santa rosa, CA, 1999, (Accession number: 99.018)