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

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Soldiers Stories
Pvt John Marlow

Pvt John Marlow
Born in Ireland John married Bridget Brady at Saint Joseph’s Church in NY City in 1845. After moving to New Haven before 1850 he worked as a laborer and last lived on East Street, New Haven. He left November 1861 with the Ninth leaving behind his wife and five children, the youngest being one month old. He died opposite Vicksburg of Typho malaria fever on July 24, 1862, eight months after leaving New Haven. His widow who worked for a number of years as an oyster opener died at her Market Street home in New Haven in 1905. Her last pension check was for $12.00. Descendants of John Marlow include an alderman and State Senator, a school principal, two proprietors of Marlowe Markets, a Probate Judge and proprietors of Marlowe Real Estate.

 
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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