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The Ed Italo Collection

6th Vermont Infantry
Mather Family Correspondence

I George W. Mather of Fairhaven in the County of Rutland and State of Vermont on oath say that Warren D. Mather late a private in Co. "I" of the Sixth Regiment of Vermont Volunteers died at Jarvis General Hospital in Baltimore Maryland on the 15th day of December AD 1864 from the effects of a gunshot wound recieved in battle at Cedar Creek on the 19th day of October AD 1864. I further say that I was present at said Hospital and assisted in taking care of the said Warren D. Mather up to the day of his death, and was present when he died as afs'd.
I also say that I have no interest whatsoever in this application for a pension.

George W Mather

State of Vermont
Rutland Country

Personally appeared George W. Mather above named a person whom I certify to be entitled to full credit and respectable and make oath that the foregoing affidavit by him submitted is true, this 15th day of February AD 1865.

C. Reed, Justice of the Peace

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