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Celley, Daniel P.
DANIEL P. CELLEY. Born in Hillsboro, N. H. Age twenty-five years. Enlisted in Company B, 1st Regiment, May 2, 1861, for six months. Mustered into United States service May 9, 1861. Mustered out of service August 15, 1861. Resident at the time of first enlistment, Plymouth. After the expiration of his first term Mr. Celley came to St. Johnsbury to reside, and August 15, 1862, enlisted for nine months in Company K, 1 5th Regiment. Mustered into United States service, October 22, 1862, with rank of 3rd Sergeant, according to the Adjutant General's report. Celley reported himself as mustered in with rank of 4th Sergeant, and as promoted to 2nd Sergeant. Mustered out of service August, 1863. During the first term of service Sergeant Celley was in the action at Big Bethel. While with the 15th, the Regiment was near Gettysburg, guarding the supply trains, but not in action, yet, at one time, in a position somewhat dangerous. United States bounty, for second enlistment, $25; from town of St. Johnsbury, $25. For first enlistment Celley received $15 from individuals.