Faces of the Old 19th Regiment Connecticut Infantry

(2nd Regiment Connecticut Heavy Artillery)

Patrick Lynch- Courtesy of, Tom Kearney

Picture donated in 2014 by Thomas Patrick Kearney, great-grandson of Patrick Lynch."

Company E.
Residences: Sandy Hook, Newtown, CT.
Buried: St. Rose Cemetery.
Enlistment: Dec. 31, 1863
Muster in Jan 1, 1864
Wounded June 1, 1864 Cold Harbor, VA.
Discharged / Disability†May 23, 1865 read more

Augustus Fenn-Courtesy of William Fenn

William Fenn's great grandfatherís older brother.

Enlistment was July 16, 1862
Was a captain from Company C.†Promoted to Major on Jan 20, 1865.
Later on is Lt. Col. by bvt. April 6, 1865
Muster out Aug 18, 1865.
Lost his arm at Battle of Cedar Creek.
Residence was Plymouth; CT.†

Ruel H. Perkins-Courtesy of, Bob Harvey

"Pictures donated in 2014 by Bob Harvey, great-grandson of Ruel H. Perkins."

Ruel Perkins is listed in the National Archives Military record as a corporal and also as private.
Photographs are Likely taken at Fort Worth crica Nov. 1863

Arthur Lockwood-Courtesy of, Dawn Vankeuren

"Picture donated in 2014 by Dawn Vankeuren, great-great-granddaughter of Arthur Lockwood."

Enlistment: July 23. 1862
Muster in: Sept 11, 1862. Company K
Promoted to Corp, June 19, 1863 / Sgt. April 18, 1864.
Discharged: July 7, 1865

Charles Segur-Courtesy of Kent Historical Society & Ellen Ravens-Seger

"Pictures donated by Ellen Ravens-Seger Descendant of Pvt. Charles Segur"

Residence: Kent, CT
Muster in: Sept. 11, 1862
Company B. 2nd Regiment Connecticut
killed June 1, 1864 at Cold Harbor, VA

Edward Smith/Lyman Smith-Courtesy of Michael Gray

"Pictures donated in 2013 by Michael Gray Descendant of Edward Smith / Lyman J. Smith."

Michael Grayís (from Cecil county Maryland) Great uncle Lyman Smith was in the 2nd Connecticut VHA and was killed at the battle of Cold Harbor. Lymanís older brother Edward Smith was in the First Connecticut VHA. Edward Smith is Michael Grayís Great, Great, and Great Grandfather.

Picture: Sitting on left, 1st Lieutenant Edward Smith. Captain Edwin C. Dow (standing) and Charles O. Brigham sitting on right also a 1st Lieutenant. First Connecticut HVA. March 1862 Co. F.

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