Thomas M Huse Post, No. 92
Center Barnstead, NH
Thomas Muzzey Huse was born in Strafford, Vermont on 29 Mar 1812, and was a resident of Barnstead by the mid-1850's. During the war, he first served in Co G, 8th New Hampshire Infantry, enlisting on 30 Nov 1861. He received a disability discharge on 7 July 1862. He re-enlisted that October as a private, and was appointed 1st Lieut of Co C, 15th New Hampshire Infantry, on 3 Nov 1862. Disability again struck him, and he was discharged on 23 Feb 1863. He died in Barnstead on 10 Apr 1881 and was buried in Lowell, MA.
At left is a photo of Thomas M. Huse, taken from the History of the Fifteenth Regiment, pg 148.
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His son, Henry Howard Huse, was also in the 8th NH Infantry, as captain in Company G. He was promoted to full Major on 16 July 1863 and was mustered out on 22 Sept 1863.
Son David Scobey Huse would serve as well, first with the Massachusetts Sharpshooters, and then as corporal in Co. G of the 15th New Hampshire. He died of typhoid on 9 Aug 1863.