Name: Thomas Leyendecker
From: New ort Richey, FL
My wifes 2 Great Grandfather was Patrick H. Mumford. He served with the 7th VT Infantry, his brother Thomas served with the 2nd VT Co. G. Thomas was wounded at the Battle of the Wilderness on 5/5/64, and is listed as deserting 12/1/64 but was later mustered out. Did his wound keep him from keeping up with his unit on their way to Petersberg in Dec 1864? I have not found any information as to the extent of his wound or where he was wounded. Does anyone know where I can obtain this information. By the way, this is the best site I have come accross whle researching other Units from other states.
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Added: March 1, 2014Submitted by
From: new orleans,la.
just a moment of your time...your site has allowed me,to determine Pvt.B.F.Hulburd,Co.E,7th Vermont Infantry,writer of letter in my possession...only info,was address,Waterville,Vt...date 1862...sent from,New Orleans...first intials,B.F.your site has pin-pointed this Civil War solider...Kudos',from Ole Dixie...if interested,can send copy...thanks,again
Added: January 15, 2014Submitted by
Name: Mike Kehoe
From: Strasburg, Va
Name: Patricia Ross Costantini
From: Ithaca, NY
Name: Tyler Resch
From: librarian at the Bennington Museum
We have been searching for a George G. Purdy, born in Manchester, Vt., about 1830, who moved to Iowa and married a Mary E. White in Scott County, Iowa, in 1857. I find a Civil War draft registration record for him residing in Hickory Grove, Iowa, age 34, born in Vermont about 1829. Querist is searching for his parents. Purdy was a big name in early Manchester but we cannot pin down who his parents were.
Added: October 16, 2013Submitted by
Name: Eileen Decoteau
From: Summerfield, FL
Two years ago I visited a museum in FL and saw a framed document which is the original discharge paper (signed) for Elias Edison Cox of Vermond. He was in the 7th VT Infantry. Enlisted 12/17/1861, and discharged 3/14/1866.
I have a picture of it if anyone is interested. The quality is not very good as I was using a flash. If anyone is interested I will go back and see if it's still there and I will try and get a better picture.
Added: October 15, 2013Submitted by
Name: Chris Kelly
From: Schaghticoke, NY
I am interested in men who joined the band of the 2nd. why did the band only serve for 6 months?
Admin reply: Chris,
Just about every regiment that was fielded early in the war had a band, and Congress abolished them citing the extreme number of non-combatants. Bands were still allowed at the brigade level and higher. With 30 to 50 members in each band, that meant about 450 musicians in a division, which was also a greater expense than support just combat troops.
Added: October 10, 2013Submitted by
Name: amber webb
Name: Roger Smith
Name: Shelly Stoll
From: New York
looking for information on ....As Francis Mullings served in Co. L 11th Vermont Infantry during the Civil War. Captured at the Weldon Railroad 6/23/1864. Survived Andersonville. Paroled 4/5 or 4/21/65. Discharged 5/18/65. Living in Delhi, New York, on 1890 roster. Died of cerebral apoplexy in the village of Delhi 3/15/1925. Buried as Frank H. Smith in the Woodland Cemetery at Delhi Township, Delaware County, New York. Frank Mullins aka Frank Smith granted an invalid pension in 18?7 from New York. Sarah Smith granted a widow's pension in 1925. ...taking from findagrave.com. For my son's family tree. This is his great-great-great grandfather. Thank you for any help. Can be reached at email@example.com....................shelly
Added: August 17, 2013