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Ninth Regiment Connecticut Volunteers
The following are stories/information/photographs/family connections about some of the men of the Ninth.

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Soldiers Stories
Capt James Graham

Capt. James W. Graham
Born in the Province of Quebec in 1842, he came to Connecticut in 1852 with his mother after his father had died when he was two years old. He enlisted in Company G, First Connecticut Volunteers in April of 1861 and participated in the first battle of Bull Run. After his term of service had expired he enrolled in the Tenth Connecticut Volunteers and joined the company commanded by Capt Fred Frye. He transferred with that company to the Ninth Regiment and after a number of promotions became a Captain in 1864. In 1865 he was appointed provost marshal of Hilton Head, S. C. before he was mustered out. He became a lawyer in Massachusetts in 1873 and was editor and principal owner of the Evening Mail, Malden, MA in 1903.

 
Pvt Albert Andrews
Cpl Michael Coen
Lt John Curtis
Capt Thomas Coates
Lt Col Richard FitzGibbon
Capt Patrick Garvey
Lt William Gleeson
Capt James Graham
Lt Col John G Healy
Capt James Hennessey
Lt. Joseph Lawlor
Pvt John Marlow
Capt Michael McCarten
Sgt James T. Mullen
Capt Lawrence O'Brien
Lt William O'Keefe
Sgt Phillip Reilley
Lt Christian Streit

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