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Cook, Alvin J., left Vermont shortly after the war and went west to Waukeshua, WI. There, in 1870, he married Ellen Rose McElroy. They moved to Ionia Co., MI in 1877 and raised their family. Contributed by Diane Decker-Warneke, his great-grandneice.
Ellis, George A. stayed at the farm in West Dummerston, VT for some time to recover from his service in the Army. He later married and moved to New Jersey where all three of his children were born, two daughters in Jersey City, NJ and a son, my grandfather, born in Mahwah, NJ. He later moved his entire family to Michigan where they are all buried. (John Ellis, email@example.com)
McDonell, William resided in Moretown, VT until 1906; moved to Michigan with his son (Sturtevant 464)
Sharland, Isphere (1st Cavalry, Co. A), moved West to the Marquette, MI area where he was employed as a conductor for the Duluth/South Shore Railroad Co. (DSSRR). (descendant)
Stone, Edward: Pension papers state that Pvt Stone suffered a back strain while assisting Sgt Vaughan in carrying General Barksdale from the field at Gettsyburg. He was wounded on the 3rd day of the battle. Stone moved to Coldwater, Michigan in 1871, where he died in 1906. Contributed by Gary Mauchmar, his 2nd-great-grandson.