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1st Vermont Infantry

Additional Service

The majority of men who served in the First Vermont Infantry enlisted again, and served in other Vermont units, other states' unit(s), the regular army, and the navy.

According to the 1892 Revised Roster, over 600 of the rank and file of the 1st Vermont Infantry served in at least one other unit during the Civil War.

To date, 564 soldiers have been identified, and served in the following additional units (see 1-Plus for a list of names and their units):

12--2nd Vermont Infantry
5--3rd Vermont Infantry
44--4th Vermont Infantry
65--5th Vermont Infantry
61--6th Vermont Infantry
80--7th Vermont Infantry
32--8th Vermont Infantry
24--9th Vermont Infantry
19--10th Vermont Infantry
13--11th Vermont Infantry
69--12th Vermont Infantry
13--13th Vermont Infantry
15--14th Vermont Infantry
3--15th Vermont Infantry
9--16th Vermont Infantry
8--17th Vermont Infantry
66--1st Vermont Cavalry
13--Sharpshooters
9--a Vermont artillery battery
8--Frontier Cavalry
0--Colored Troops
7--U.S. Navy
26--U.S. Army
2--Connecticut unit(s)
1--Florida unit(s)
8--Massachusetts unit(s)
1--Maine unit(s)
4--New Hampshire unit(s)
21--New York unit(s)
1--Wisconsin unit(s)

Before you count the numbers and say, Eureka!, they don't add up!, 102 soldiers served in two or more units in addition to the 1st Vermont.