|Death: ||Mar. 29, 1916|
Charles H. Isham was a United States Soldier during the American Civil War, 1861 to 1865.
He enlisted on May 1st, 1861, for three months service in the 2nd New Hampshire Volunteer Infantry Regiment, but was underage and not mustered into service at that time. He re-enlisted on May 22nd, 1861, for three years service, at the age of 18, and was mustered into service as a Private in Company A of the 2nd New Hampshire Volunteer Infantry Regiment on May 31st, 1861. He was wounded in action on June 25th, 1862, at Oak Grove, Virginia, an as a result of his wounds he was discharged due to disability on February 20th, 1863, at New York City, New York.
He re-enlisted again on July 17th, 1863, at New York City, New York, for three years service, at the age of 21 and was mustered into service as a Private in Company A of the 38th New York Veteran Volunteer Infantry Regiment on September 14th, 1863. His company was transferred as Company K to the 17th New York Veteran Volunteer Infantry Regiment on October 14th, 1863, and he went with them as a Private, being promoted to Sergeant on June 1st, 1865. He served with the regiment in its campaigns through Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina. He was mustered out of service with the company on July 13th, 1865, at Alexandria, Virginia.
Sergeant Isham died on March 29th, 1916, at the National Soldiers Home in Hampton, Virginia, and was buried at the National Cemetery at Hampton, Virginia.
Hampton National Cemetery
Plot: , 10929
Maintained by: Kenneth Robison II
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Record added: Mar 04, 2000
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