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Justin Bond Call
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Birth: 1847
Jefferson
Lincoln County
Maine, USA
Death: Feb. 4, 1922
Kansas, USA

Married 1 May 1872 Franklin County, Ohio to Emma L Brown b 1847 Columbus, Franklin, Ohio.
To their union was born a daughter, Florence Call.

Passed away from Pneumonia.

Justin Bond Call
United States Civil War Soldier

Justin Bond Call enlisted as a Private serving the Union, at the age of 17, in the New Hampshire Houghton's Infantry Company on 25 Jul 1864. He mustered out on 16 Sep 1864. Justin then enlisted as a Private serving the Union, in Company K, New Hampshire 1st Heavy Artillery Regiment on 17 Sep 1864. On August 19, 1864, the Governor of New Hampshire was authorized by the War Department to raise a battalion of at least four companies of heavy artillery, and on September 20 to raise a full regiment of twelve companies, which was done by adding to it the First New Hampshire Volunteer Light Battery, which became Company M, but which was detached and continued to serve as a light battery. Charles H. Long, of Claremont, was commissioned colonel of this regiment, on September 29, 1864. In the regimental organization the First and Second Companies New Hampshire Volunteer Heavy Artillery were designated as Companies A and B respectively. The companies, as fast as organized, were ordered to Washington and assigned to duty under the direction of Major-General Auger. During the winter of 1864-'65 and until the muster out of the regiment, it garrisoned a line of works in the defenses of Washington, ten miles in extent. About fifty men were detailed each day for picket duty in front of the line of fortifications. The duty of the regiment was important to the safety of the capital of the nation and oftentimes arduous. On the 21st of November, 1864, Colonel Long was assigned to the command of the First Brigade, Hardin's Division, Twenty-second Army Corps. On the 27th of that month Lieutenant-Colonel Barton, in command of the regiment, was ordered to report to Colonel Long, with seven companies, and was assigned to duty in his brigade. The regiment, except Companies A, B, and M, was mustered out of the service on the 15th of June, 1865. The First Regiment New Hampshire Volunteer Heavy Artillery was attached to First Brigade, Hardin's Division, Department of Washington, Twenty-second Army Corps, October 21, 1864, to date of muster out. Prior to organization of the regiment the companies, excepting Company M, which was on duty with the Second Army Corps as First New Hampshire Light Battery, were at different posts in the Department of Washington, mostly in De Russey's Division. Justin mustered out of Company K, New Hampshire 1st Heavy Artillery Regiment on 15 Jun 1865 at Washington, DC.

Justin Bond Call
Spanish American War Soldier

Service start date of 21 Apr 1898. No further information is known.
 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Jonas Call (1808 - 1881)
  Harriet N Bond Call (1813 - 1882)
 
 Siblings:
  Eveline Call Clay (1846 - 1901)*
  Justin Bond Call (1847 - 1922)
  Silas William Call (1849 - 1933)*
  Harry Manley Call (1851 - 1921)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Note: MARKER ENGRAVED INCORRECTLY!! STATES NY SHOULD BE NH.
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Burial:
Leavenworth National Cemetery
Leavenworth
Leavenworth County
Kansas, USA
Plot: Section 30, Row 7, Site 32
 
Maintained by: Lauren Marie Westgate Ha...
Originally Created by: US Veterans Affairs Offi...
Record added: Feb 25, 2000
Find A Grave Memorial# 454183
Justin Bond Call
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Justin Bond Call
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Justin Bond Call
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