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First "Old" Vermont Brigade

Lamoille County Casualties - May 1864



We find in the Woodstock “Standard”. a list¬† of killed and wounded in part of the Vermont Regiments. We copy the following names of such as are from this county and vicinity

Killed: --- James K. Hall, Waterbury; Robert Hunkins, Woodbury; Willard S. Stone, Waterbury. Co. D. Brooks Mcleed, Waterbury; Co. H.
Wounded --- Lieut Joshua P. Sawyer, Hyde Park, arm severely; Co. C. George W. Colby. Stowe, arm severe; Leonard W. Davis, Elmore, thigh severe; Henry Goodale, Aaron P. hall, knee,slight, Woodbury; George E. Smith, Waterbury, breast severe; Chauncy Turner, Waterbury, foot seriously; Co. D.; John R. Glougie, arm, George W. Hubbard, Cambridge; Philander Witherell, Waterville, Co. H.
MISSING --- Edmund C. Bragg, Waterbury, Co. G; George W. York, Waterbury, Co. K

KILLED --- Charles L. Blood, Lowell, Co B.; Edwin R. Burnham, Morristown, Co. E., Robert H. Langdon, Craftsbury, Co. I.
WOUNDED --- Merrill Shonyo, severely, Frank Shonyo, severely, Albany. Co. B; Hiram A. Earle, in leg severely; William H. Woodbury, in arm and thigh severely, Hyde Park; John Harrington, in head and hand, severely, Frank O. Olmstead, in foot slightly, Erastus Barnes, in hip severely, Elmore; Joseph A. Rand, in arm slightly, Morristown, William W. Welch, in thigh, severely, Wolcott; Major, enlisted from Craftsbury, in breast, severely, William Whitney in arm severely; Oramel M. Tillotson , missing, Craftsbury, Co. E.; Corp William Robbins, in leg severely, Craftsbury
MISSING --- Erastus B. Felcher, Bakersfield, Co. A.

KILLED --- Edwin Houston, Edward LaBree, Samuel S. Marshall, Stowe; Joseph LaFleur, jr. Elmore, Co. D
WOUNDED --- Sergt, Elias, in leg Stowe; Sergt. Geo, Steenberry, in leg, Eden; Eugene Chappell, in foot, Henry H. Thomas, Belvidere; Wm. L. DeMerritt, in arm, Eden; Robert Emery, in leg, Hardwick; James F. French, in head, Johnson; Wm. Miles, in arm, Eden; Noah H. Dufer, Belvidere; John L. Tice, in hand, Hyde Park, Co. D.

KILLED ---  Gideon Wood, Cambridge, Co. C
WOUNDED --- Corp. Leman J. Holden. Shoulder, Elmore; George C. Bliss, leg, severe, Wolcott

WOUNDED --- Capt. Frank Kenfield, left arm severely, Corporal Lucius H. Bingham, thighs seriously, Orlando F. Grary, side slightly, Francis S. Gokey, face, seriously, Daniel A. Luce, head and thigh, slightly, Morristown; Silas J. Moulton, chest, seriously, Eden; Joseph B. Carpenter, Lester A. Tillotson, Wolcott; Co. C. William Bisconer, leg, seriously, Elmore; Chas. G. Noyes, face, Wolcott; Co. E.
WOUNDED --- Ezra Z. Williams, Elmore, foot slightly; Co. G, 4th
John Boyes, Hyde Park, hand; Henry W. Farrington, Cambridge, arm; Co. I 4th
Capt. Leonard D. Tice, Hyde Park, thigh, Co. K. 5th

In addition to the names given above, we learn that Vanness Lilley of this town, and S.B. Clark of Morristown were wounded.

Submitted By: Deanna French