Be sure to see additional Civil War Images under Stereos, CDVs, and Tintypes!

NH Dead
CWIMAGE14. Original framed piece: “Memorable to Thirteen Young Men, Volunteers from the Town of Stratham, N. H., Who nobly Enlisted in defense of their Country, and lost their lives in the Rebellion of 1861, a sacrifice to the cause of Freedom, and the perpetuity of Liberty. Sacred to their Memory.” 13 albumen prints, all identified with an additional one “to our Brave who have since fallen we dedicate this nameless, dim and shaded space.” Measures 15.75″ x 12.5.” The images that I have been able to identify are: George W. French, Co. E, NH 2 Infantry; Howard Chase, NH 16 Infantry; John H. Whidden, Co. K, NH 16 Infantry; Bennett Laighton, Co. K, NH 16 Infantry; George H. Randlett, Co. E, NH 2 Infantry; Robert Innis; Charles Chase, NH 2 Infantry, WIA at Bull Run, POW at Bull Run, died of wounds 9/1/61 in Richmond; John H. Chase, NH 2 Infantry; & Joseph Chase, NH 15 Infantry. This is mostly an early war group and many died of disease. Wired, and ready for hanging. VG. $2000


CWIMAGE15. Charles W. Carroll, born in Dedham, Mass. May 31, 1836. Graduated from Dartmouth College, 1859. Commissioned 1st Lieut April 19, 1861, and mustered into Company F, 18th Mass. Infantry Aug. 24, 1861. Engaged with the Regiment at Yorktown, Peninsula Campaign and as Captain of Company F was mortally wounded at Second Bull Run on Aug. 30, 1862. In the charge at Second Bull Run he acted as Lt. Colonel of the Regiment. While retiring from the field and bringing up the rear, he was struck in the shoulder blade by a ball. He was left behind in the confusion of the retreat and lingered on the field for two days after being wounded. He was buried on the field, however his remains were subsequently exhumed and reburied in Village Cemetery at Dedham. At top of mount is written “Dead. Killed at Fredricksburg, Va. 1st Lt. Baker went through the lines under flag of truce and saw him decently buried.” Beneath the image is written “Chas. W. Carroll. Natus in Dedham, Mass. May 31st, 1836. Oval image measures 4.5″ x 3.5,” on 12.5″ x 9.75″ mount. Accompanied by email information and several printouts regarding Carroll. VG. $250


CWIMAGE21. Large framed veterans photo holding banner which reads “Head-Quarters Battery G 1st N.Y. Lt. Art.” Men with various medals and badges. In sealed frame with glass and mat, wire for hanging. Image opening measures 12″ x 16.” Overall frame is 20.75″ x 16.5.” $175


CWIMAGE23. Attractively tinted albumen of Infantryman, Co. D, framed. Frame is 12″ x 10,” image opening is 6.5″ x 4.5.” Looks like he is holding a pistol. VG. $150


CWIMAGE25. Tinted albumen of unidentified soldier. Image opening is 7.5″ x 5.5,” frame is 12.25″ x 10.75.” VG. $100


CWIMAGE27. Beautiful hand-painted albumen and an inscribed CDV of US Navy Lieutenant Murray S. Day. Day enrolled in the United States Naval Academy in 1861 and graduated in 1865. He participated in the U.S. Coast Survey of 1871 on the ship Saranac. Notes written on the reverse of the carte detail Day’s promotion history and indicate that he died in December 1878 aboard the USS Vandalia off St. Thomas. Vandalia was then bringing former President Ulysses S. Grant and his party back to the Unites States from a tour of Europe. The mat opening showing the albumen is 7 5/8″ x 5 1/2″ and the mat is 12″ x 10.” The CDV has a South American backmark. Also written on verso is “Your Brother M.S. Day, Lieut U.S. Navy U.S. Flag Ship Saranac.” VG. $250


CWIMAGE28. Attractive, large, charcoal image of unidentified soldier. Such images generally start as enlarged photographs that are artistically enhanced, but I cannot be sure as this may be an original charcoal painting. Image opening measures 19.5″ x 15.5.” Frame is 23″ x 19.” VG. $200


CWIMAGE29. Attractive, large, charcoal image of unidentified soldier. Such images generally start as enlarged photographs that are artistically enhanced, but I cannot be sure as this may be an original charcoal painting. Image opening measures 19.5″ x 15.5.” Frame is 23″ x 19.” G. $200