Civil War Soldiers from Elmore, Lamoille County, Vermont

During the late civil war Elmore furnished sixty-four soldiers
as follows:

Stephen C. Albee
David P. Barnes
Jos. Bashaw
Henry J. Bagley
John P. Bedell
Wm. Biscomer, May 20,’64, died of wounds
Lewis Belville, deserted, Jan. 1,’63
Albert J. Biddell, prisoner June 23,’64
Clesson Cameron
Lyman L. Camp
Charles Carter, deserted Dec. 18, ’62
W. B. Chandler
Rufus H. Clark
Seth L. Clark
Chas. Clement
Chas. S. Cooper
John A. Camp
Luman M. Davis, May 12, ’64, killed, Spottsylvania
James P. Davis
Solon W. Davis
Learnard W. Davis
Hiram Dwyer, Jan. 17,’64, died
Edwin R. Dodge, April 16,’62, killed tee’s Mills Va.
Jas. Estes, June 29,’62, killed, Savage Station, Va.
Lewis H. Estes
Jos. Fisher, Sept. 4, ’62, deserted
Samuel B. Fisk
Jos. Gabouree
Justus Gale, Sept. 19, ’63, died
Geo. W. Garner, Oct. 9, ’61, died
Russell H. Gay
Luman M. Grout, Maj. 8th Vt. Regt.
Ira F. Grout
John S. Harrington
Andrew J. Hart
Franklin Hastings
Edward Holden
Leman Holden
Solon W. Hutchins, Feb. 23, ’64, died
Jos. LaFleur, killed, May 5, ’64, Wilderness
Melvin A. Leighton, deserted, Dec. 18, ’62
John W. Merriam, Sept. 24, ’63, died
Curtis B. Moore, July 9, ’62, died
Andrew J. Morse
Benj. F. Morse
Chas. W. Morse, Aug. 27, ’62, died
Luther W. Morse, June 19,’63, died
David R. Muliken
Charles Noe
Ingalls K. Ober
Franklin A. Olmstead
Horatio N. Olmstead
Alpheus Parker
Frank A. Russell, June 29, ’64, missing in action
Frederick Schofield, drowned in Mississipi river, June 23, ’63
Lorenzo D. Shaw
John N. Stetson
B. P. Sparrow, June 23, ’64, prisoner
Wm. Swift
Geo. F. Wheat, died March 14, ’63
Hiram Wheeler, Feb. 25, ’63, died
Anthony White
Ezra G. Williams, June 23, ’64, prisoner
U. A. Woodbury, Capt., wounded at Bull Run.

Civil War,

Child, Hamilton. Gazetteer and business directory of Lamoille and Orleans Counties, Vt., for 1883-1884. Hamilton Child. 1887.

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