Here is the first batch:
|Lt. George Nettleton of the Fifth captured the flag of the Fourth North Carolina at Antietam. Three months later, after Nettleton was killed at Frederickburg, the flag was displayed in Claremont, his hometown, at the request of his wife.|
|Thomas C. Parker of Hanover|
first entered the Fifth as a 19-year-
old musician. He re-enlisted in 1864
and was killed at Cold Harbor.
|David R. Roys, who joined in Claremont in '61|
as a drummer, was wounded at Antietam.
|Maj. William W. Cook of Derry resigned from the Fifth a month and a half after|
being wounded at Fair Oaks on June 1, 1862.
|Charles Dodd of Boston was the Fifth's first adjutant. He was wounded at|
Fredericksburg and left the regiment six months later in 1863.
|Richard Fletcher of Lancaster was among the last|
Fifth volunteers, serving only a few months in 1865.
|Pvt. Philip Wilkins of Littleton died of|
disease during the Fifth's first winter.
|Charles T. Moody of Claremont enlisted in the Fifth|
as a musician in 1862 and served till war's end.
|Robert Clark Cragin was shot in the testicle|
during the Fifth's fight at Gettysburg. He
survived and fathered children after the war.