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Fitchburg Sentinel (MA)
Tuesday - 24 Jan 1888

Affairs in Congress

Representative [Willam W.] Grout of Vermont presented in the house a petition signed by sixty-four residents of Royalton, Vt., asking a pension for Reuben Spaulding. Spaulding served one year in the Second Vermont volunteers and was discharged for disability. Three of his sons also served in the army, and all were killed. The old man is 71 years of age, very infirm an in needy circumstances.

Daily Northwestern (Oshkosh, WI)
Thursday - 8 Mar 1888.

The commander of the T.O. Howe post of Green Bay has received a request to find out, if he can, anything of the whereabouts of Lieut. George B. Wood, of Co. B, Sixth regiment of Vermont volunteers. When last heard of he was in Green Bay. The information is wanted towards aiding a needy soldier to get a pension.



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