Acton Memorial Library
Civil War Archives
|Co.||Regiment / Ship||From||To||Residence/ Credit||Occupation||Notes|
|B||12th MVI||Private; drafted and must. July 20, 1863||transf. to 39th MVI, June 25, 1864||Ireland [credit Acton]||laborer||age 22|
Private; transf. June 25, 1864 from 12th MVI; prisoner Aug. 19, 1864, Weldon Railroad, Va.; escaped and returned to regt., April 26, 1865
|transf. June, 1865 to 32nd MVI||Ireland [credit Acton]||laborer||age 22|
|C||32nd MVI||Private; transf. June 2, 1865, from 39th MVI||must. out June 29, 1865||Ireland [credit Acton]||laborer||age 22|
|MASSCW, 2:12, 3:469, 4:55;
Record of the Massachusetts Volunteers, 2:163, 668, 814.
|Co.||Regiment||Date Filed||Type||App. No.||Cert. No.||State||Beneficiary/Remarks|
|Nov. 16, 1883||Invalid||500 018||627 283||Mich.|
|Jan. 9, 1905||Widow||819 937||600 644||Mich.||Mary Cunningham|
|Date||January 1 or 2, 1905|
|Place||Bay City, Michigan|
|Age||64 years 5 months|
St. Patrick's Cemetery, Bay City, Michigan
(source for death information: affidavit and death certificate in pension file)
Martin Cunningham married Mary Crowley October 8, 1865, in Nantucket, Mass. They had two sons and three daughters (pension file).
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