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Age: 19, credited to Vermont
Unit(s): 2nd RI INF
Service: enl, Co. I, 2nd RI INF on 6/6/61, pr CPL, 11/15/62 m/o, 6/17/64
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Birth: 01/16/1842, Highgate, VT
Burial: Holy Cross Cemetery, Randolph, VT
Marker/Plot: Not recorded
Gravestone photographer: Heidi McColgan
Findagrave Memorial #: 79956799
Alias?: None Noted
Pension?: Yes, 3/12/1888, VT; widow Mary, 11/11/1901, VT
College?: Not Found
Veterans Home?: Not Found
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Holy Cross Cemetery, Randolph, VT
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Death of Peter Sault After Much Suffering From Rheumatism and Gout.
About six o'clock Wednesday evening occurred the death of one of Randolph's highly respected citizens, Peter Sault, who had been a sufferer for several years with rheumatism and gout, He had been confined to his bed frequently but his death came quite unexpectedly at the last from heart failure. He had been sick abed for nearly a week but with no unusually alarming symptoms. He would have been 60 years old next January. The funeral will be held tomorrow forenoon. At the house the veterans of U. S. Grant post, of which he was a charter member, will perform their ritual service at nine o'clock and an hour later requiem mass will be celebrated in the Roman Catholic church, Rev. Joseph Therrien of Windsor officiating. Mr. Sault leaves a wife and ten children to mourn his loss, all of whom are here. George, Eli, Henry and Robert, Mrs. Fred Shequinne, Misses Harriet, Agnes and Mabel Sault are the children living here. F. W. Sault resides at Morrisville and Edward L. Sault at Vergennes. Three brothers, E. T. Sault, Joseph Sault and F. F. Sault, all of Randolph also survive. When a little more than 18 years old Mr. Sault enlisted in the second regiment of Rhode Island volunteers and served during three years of the Civil war, never once answering the sick roll. He was a carpenter by trade and an able one. He was a man of good judgment, honest in his dealings and a public spirited citizen whose death is mourned by a large circle.
Source: Burlington Free Press, October 25, 1901.
Courtesy of Tom Boudreau.
Funeral of Peter Sault - Largely Attended
Rev. W. N. Lonergan of White River Junction celebrated requiem mass at the funeral of Peter Sault at the Catholic church Saturday morning. Members of the White River Junction choir sang the solemn for the dead. The church was filled to its full capacity with friends of the dead man, whose life of uprightness and honesty was paid a deserved tribute by Father Lonergan at the close of an eloquent sermon. Interment was in the Catholic cemetery, U.S. Grant post acting as escort to the last resting place. Among those who came from away to attend the funeral were two sisters of the deceased, Mrs. Nelson Martin and Mrs. Eliza Steele, and a nephew, Peter Martin, all of Pawtucket, R.I., a sister-in-law, Mrs. Ellen Sausville of Holden, Mass.; two brothers, Henry Sault of Worcester, with his wife, and George Sault of Oakdale, with his wife and son, Arthur; Miss Hannah Paine of Franklin Falls, Mass.; Robert Mitchell of Barre; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Paine of Northfield, F. W. Sault, wife and little Irene Mitchell from Morrisville and Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Sault of Vergennes; Charles Rockwell of Claremont, N.H.; Mrs. Emily Tredo, Springfield.
Source: Burlington Free Press, October 28, 1901
Courtesy of Tom Boudreau.