Of The 11th Regiment,
Maine Volunteer Infantry

The Following Photos
are from the album of

Albert Tozier
Company H
11th Regt. Maine Volunteer Infantry


“This album belonged to Albert Tozier of Waterville, Maine and inside of album says 'Soldiers Album, Albert F. Tozier, Waterville March 29.' Probably 1861. Tozier is pictured in the first tintype. One of the soldiers, Ruben Cross, appears to have been killed in action. All soldiers of the Maine 11th shown in this album enlisted & were mustered into Company H on November 4, 1861 as privates, reenlisted on January 4, 1864, and mustered out February 2, 1866..."

Albert Tozier

Tozier was from Waterville, mustered into Company H, 11th Maine at age 18.
He died on May 13, 1865 in Waterville.

Benjamin F. Dumphy

Dumphy mustered in at age 24,and was from Sebec, Maine.
He was listed as absent/sick on October 4, 1864 (no reason given).
In 1865, he was promoted to Corporal.

Nathan J. Dumphy

Nathan Dumphy, from Sebec, Maine, mustered in at age 22.
He reenlisted on January 4, 1864, and was promoted to Corporal later the same year.
In 1865, he was promoted to Sergeant.

Reuben Cross, Drummer

Cross seems to have enlisted twice.
The first time was on November 4, 1861 as a private at “age 18”.
He was promoted to musician February 11, 1862.
He was discharged for disability on December 31, 1862.
He reenlisted (again at age 18) on March 24, 1864,
and was killed October 7, 1864, at Darbytown Road.

Joseph F. Stevens (or Stephens)

Stevens was from New Gloucester, Maine.
He was wounded on August 16, 1864, at Deep Bottom Run, VA.
In 1865, he was promoted to Sergeant.

John Wedgewood

John F. Wedgewood (or Wedgwood) was from Brownville, Maine.
He enlisted at age 21, and was promoted to Corporal in 1865.

William Emerson (left) & Albert Tozier (right)

William Emerson was from Harrison, ME.

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