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Bagley, Rollis A; buried in Potton, Quebec (Simmons)
Bowen, Lorenzo D.; He first moved to North Dakota after the war then moved to Saskatchewan during the land give-away there (descendant)
Bowley, Sumner; buried in Potton, Quebec (Simmons)
Cabana, John; buried in Mansonville, Quebec (Simmons)
Cave, George and his wife Elizabeth emigrated to New England on April 29 1859 with a young baby to establish a new life in North America. He found work as a painter in Stowe where they settled and had a second child. Their lives like so many others changed as a result of the Rebellion. George was mustered into the Vermont 11th Regiment in Nov 1863. His first assignment was in the Defence of Washington. In May 1864 his unit was sent to fSpotsylvania. Like many soldiers he became ill and was sent to a Military Hospital in Washington then to Burlington Vermont which was a short distance from his home and family in Stowe. He went to Stowe in September 1864 to see his wife and family and found that they were gone. the neighbours claimed that Elizabeth had heard that he had died and she moved the family to Montreal. George deserted and went to Montreal to find them. He did locate them in Montreal where they remained for the rest of their lives. George was employed by the Grand Trunk Railway in Montreal and worked as a machinist on the railway. He died in 1900 "after a long and painful illness" which was apparently related to his illness during the Civil War. He was buried in the Mount Royal Cemetery in Montreal. (George's great-grandson, Greg Cave, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Chesamore, William; buried in Mansonville, Quebec (Simmons)
Dean, Calvin R. Hunter's Mill has long since gone, but the cemetery is still there. Once a year, a delegation fr. W. Berkshire, VT marks grave of Civil War Veteran on Decoration Day. (Dean seems to be only Vet here.) No dates are given for him. His wife, Mary L. LaMORE is buried here also. She died 14 Sep 1889, ae 38y 8mo. Source: Winston L. Luck's article, "Cemeteries of Southern Quebec" Lost in Canada? vol 6:IV 24 November, 1980.
MacFarlane, William H.; buried in Cowansville, Quebec (Simmons)
Warner, William; buried in Potton, Quebec (Simmons)
Wier, Octave P., married Emily Electa Johnson, Emily died at a young age and Octave "farmed" the children after her death, Children were Fannie,Alfred,Wayland,Effie,. Effie was adopted by a Wilder family. Emily was born in 1838 in Dummerston Vt and died 1873 in Putney Vt. Octave remarried and he went back to Canada and died in 1926. Contributed by his great-granddaughter, Louise DeMeule.