Capt. Co C 5th Reg't New Hampshire Vol. Inf.
& Co F 13th VRC.
Nathan has a stained glass window dedicated to him in the Soldiers Memorial Building.
He was a G.A.R. member of the James B. Perry Post #13.
From: Jesse E. Dewey's Honor Roll Book, Lebanon Historical Society.
"Capt. Nathan H. Randlett was born in Ipswich, MA. He was appointed 1st Lieut. of Co. C 5th Reg't NH Vols. on 10.12.1861. On 9.8.1862 he was appointed Capt. of Co. E 5th Reg't NH Vols. He was severly wounded in Antietam, MD on 9.17.1862; and discharged for disability on 3.2.1863. He was appointed Capt. of Co. F 16th Reg't Veterans Reserve Corps; discharged 1.1.1865. He served as Provost Marshall in Pennsylvania; and as an officer of the Freedman's Bureau in Texas. His record at the end of his life is brave and reliable in war - a model citizen in peace.
He died in Somerville, MA 1.22.1902; and he rests in Glenwood Cemetery."
Nathan was a postal clerk.
Ellen L. Lawton Randlett
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