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Bunker, Ira Sweet, 7th Infantry, mustered out 22 July 1865. After the war, he and his brother George Hall Bunker removed to Queen Ann Co., MD, then to Nevada, Vernon Co., MO. Ira and his family removed to Oregon, then Washington State c1890. (Nancy Bunker Bowen, Athens GA)
Locke, Stephen Picknet; Married Maria Tillotson 7 Aug 1839 in Belvidere Center VT. Son Lucius, a veterinary surgeon moved to Eatonville WA. (William Reid, San Diego CA, firstname.lastname@example.org)
Taylor, Israel P. I located this old neglected cemetery (Dewatto, Mason County) in the state of Washington. One of the headstones found was as follows: Israel P. Taylor; Co F - 5th Vt. Inf.; Died Oct. 5, 1935; 90 yrs,4mos, 20 days.
Thompson, Loren/Loring; His real name is Loring, but he is listed in several places as Loren. He migrated to Oshkosh Wisconsin in the late 1880's. Was an active member of the GAR in Oshkosh. Moved to Seattle than Lopez Island, Wa. in the early 1900's. (Herbert Hudson, Seattle, WA, his great-grandson).