Civil War Records of James Munroe

Service

Co. Regiment / Ship From To Residence/ Credit Occupation Notes
E 26th MVI Private; enl. Sept. 5, 1861; must. Oct. 23, 1861 disch. for disability May 12, 1863, New Orleans, La. Concord shoemaker age 20
In MASSCW, 3: 91, as James Monroe.

Service Record (select pages from the National Archives): x
Service Ledger (Town of Acton): x

Pension

Co. Regiment Date Filed Type App. No. Cert. No. State Beneficiary/Remarks
E 26th MVI March 8, 1864 Invalid 41 856 81 875    

Pension File (select pages from the National Archives):  11 pages  (PDF*)

Grand Army of the Republic

Recorded as member no. 41 in the membership roster of Isaac Davis Post No. 138 G.A.R., Acton, Massachusetts (Acton Memorial Library archives, 92.2.1). 

G.A.R. Personal War Sketch

Death

Date December 29, 1922
Place Concord Junction, Mass.
Age 81
Cause  
Obituary Concord Enterprise, January 3, 1923
Funeral  
Burial  
Survived by

two daughters, Miss Ana Munroe and Mrs. George Haskell of Bridgeport, Conn.; one son, Everett Munroe of Templeton.


Additional Information

Not to be confused with James Monroe, 1st Lieut. and Qr. Master with the 26th Mass. (MASSCW, 3: 63)

 

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