Joseph Consider Orcutt

b. between 1837 and 1838
  • Father: Charles Bradford Orcutt b. 15 Dec 1802, d. 2 Sep 1850
  • Mother: Jennet Barnard b. 1810, d. 10 Feb 1875
  • Company: 1_SS
  • Joseph Consider Orcutt was born between 1837 - 1838 at Tewksbury, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, son of Charles Bradford Orcutt and Jennet Barnard.
  • Joseph Consider Orcutt was enumerated in the household of Charles Bradford Orcutt and Jennet Barnard in the 1850 US Federal Census on 10 Aug 1850 at Tewksbury, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, as:
    Charles B. Orcutt, 48, laborer, b. MA
    Jennet, 40, b. NY
    Charly, 15, b. MA (as were all the children)
    **Joseph C., 13
    Georgian, 11 (future wife of Frederick White)
    Mary E., 9
    Susan C., 6
    Sarah E., 4
    George E., 3
    Elizabeth, 2
    Emily A., 1.
  • On 2 Sep 1850 his father, Charles Bradford Orcutt, died at Lynn, Essex County, Massachusetts, at age 47.
  • On 3 Jan 1860 Joseph Consider Orcutt married Mary A. Pringle, 20, daughter of William Pringle and Mary Wetherburn, at Woburn, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.
  • Joseph Consider Orcutt was enumerated in the household of Henry Elwood Flint and Mary Frances Walsh in the 1860 US Federal Census on 7 Jun 1860 at North Reading, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, as:
    **Henry E. Flint, 22, cordwainer, b. MA (as were all)
    Mary F., 22
    Carrie A., 2
    Hellen M., 8/12
    **Joseph C. Orcutt, 23, cordwainer
    Mary, 22, seamstress, b. ME
    (Note: two future members of the 1st Andrew Sharpshooters.)
  • In 1861 Joseph was living at North Reading, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.
  • At the time of his enlistment, Joseph gave his occupation as Shoemaker.
  • Joseph Consider Orcutt and Frederick White, future brothers-in-law, served together in the 1st Company, Andrew Sharpshooters.

  • On 3 Sep 1861 Joseph C. Orcutt mustered into service with the 1st Company Massachusetts Sharpshooters.
  • On 13 Mar 1862 at "Salem Register", Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, Joseph C. Orcutt was mentioned in an article about the bodyguard which returned the deceased General Lander to Salem for interment. He may have been included in a group photo believed to have been taken of the Sharpshooters selected to accompany General. The officer standing at the far left is Captain John "Jack" Saunders.
  • On 17 Sep 1862 Joseph ended military service with the 1st Massachusetts Sharpshooters at Antietam, Washington County, Maryland, by desertion, according to the official record.

  • In May 1863 Joseph was living at North Reading, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, where he was registered for the draft, mentioning that he had served in the sharpshooters.
  • He's surviving family was enumerated in the household of William Pringle and Mary Wetherburn in the 1870 US Federal Census on 8 Aug 1870 at Billerica P. O., Tewksbury, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, as:
    Pringle, William, 76, farmer, b. England
    ---, Mary, 64, b. England
    ---, Thomas, 44, farm labor, b. England
    Orcutt, Mary A., 30, seamstress, b. Nova Scotia
    ---, Addie J., 10, b. MA.
  • On 6 Jan 1878 Joseph and Mary's daughter, Addie Josephene Orcutt married Alvin C. Phelps at Tewksbury, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, in a first marriage for both.
  • Joseph Consider Orcutt's surviving family was enumerated in the household of Mary A. Pringle and Addie Josephene Orcutt in the 1900 US Federal Census on 7 Jul 1900 at Tewksbury, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, as:
    Orcutt, Mary A., b. Dec 1839, widow, her one child is living, b. Canada, immig. 1845, poultry farmer
    Phelps, Addie J., daur, b. Aug 1860, divorced, her one child is living, b. MA.
  • Joseph's wife, Mary A. Pringle, died and was buried on 8 Nov 1903 at South Burying Grounds, Tewksbury, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, with her parents at age 63 years, 10 months and 30 days.
  • Last Edited: 5 May 2017

Family: Mary A. Pringle b. 9 Dec 1839, d. 5 Nov 1903

  • Addie Josephene Orcutt b. 4 Aug 1860

Orin O. Ormsby

b. 10 September 1816, d. 29 October 1888
  • Father: Thomas Ormsby b. 28 Nov 1750, d. 1 Feb 1820
  • Mother: Lucy Capen b. about 1793
  • Company: F
  • Orin O. Ormsby was born on 10 Sep 1816 at Brookfield, Worcester County, Massachusetts, son of Thomas Ormsby and Lucy Capen, grandson of Thomas and Elizabeth (Peck) Ormsbee.
  • On 14 Jun 1838 Orin O. Ormsby, 21, married Martha Cook, 20, daughter of Ebenizer COOK and Patty CHAFFEE, at Fairlee, Orange County, Vermont.
  • Orin O. Ormsby and Martha Cook were enumerated in the 1850 US Federal census on 29 Aug 1850 at Wolcott, Lamoille County, Vermont, as:
    **Orrin O. Ormsby, 33, farmer, b. VT (as were all in the family)
    Martha, 32
    **William H. Ormsby, 9
    Harriet M., 7
    Thomas E., 1.
  • Orin O. Ormsby and William Henry H. Ormsby, father and son, served together in the 15th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Co. F.
  • At the time of his enlistment in the 15th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, in 1862, Orin gave his occupation as farmer.

  • On 2 Aug 1862 Orin mustered into service with the 15th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, being credited to the quota of Brookfield, Worcester County, Massachusetts. He was 45 years, 10 months and 23 days old.
  • On 11 Nov 1863 Orin ended military service with the 15th Massachusetts by transfer to the Veterans' Reserve Corps.

  • He ended his service with the 22nd VRC, Co. D by mustering out on 2 Aug 1864.
  • On 20 Aug 1865 Orin and Martha's daughter, Harriett M. Ormsby married J. E. Warfield at Brookfield, Worcester County, Massachusetts, in a first marriage for both.
  • Orin O. Ormsby and Martha Cook were enumerated in the 1870 US Federal Census on 15 Aug 1870 at Sturbridge, Worcester County, Massachusetts, as:
    Orrin Ormsby, 52, farmer, b. VT
    Martha, 52, b. VT
    Arthur Warfield, 4, b. MA.
  • On 6 Aug 1871 Orin's son, Thomas E. Ormsby married Lizzie Fowler at Sturbridge, Worcester County, Massachusetts, in a first marriage for both.
  • Orin O. Ormsby made application for a veteran's pension on 28 Feb 1880, and received certificate number 293816.
  • On 15 Feb 1882 Orin and Martha's son, Thomas E. Ormsby married Violanthie Gates at North Brookfield, Worcester County, Massachusetts, in a second marriage for him and the first for her.
  • On 20 Sep 1886 his son, Thomas E. Ormsby, died at Brookfield, Worcester County, Massachusetts, at age 37 of consumption.
  • Orin O. Ormsby died on 29 Oct 1888 at Brookfield, Worcester County, Massachusetts, of Bright's disease. He was 72 years, 1 month and 19 days old.
  • He was buried in Oct 1888 at Brookfield Cemetery, Brookfield, Worcester County, Massachusetts, Plot: M 363.
  • In 1890 at Brookfield, Worcester County, Massachusetts, Orin O. Ormsby was (or had been) a member of the Ferdinand Dexter G. A. R., Post 38, and a copy of his "personal war sketch" is now located in the Merrick Public Library.
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  • On 25 Sep 1890 Martha Cook received a pension to surviving family member in Massachusetts based on Orin's service; his wife, received certificate number 343333.
  • Martha, his wife, outlived Orin and died on 29 May 1905 at Brookfield, Worcester County, Massachusetts, at age 87.
  • Last Edited: 19 Apr 2016

Family: Martha Cook b. 22 Feb 1818, d. 29 May 1905

  • William Henry H. Ormsby+ b. 12 Feb 1841, d. 10 May 1891
  • Harriett M. Ormsby b. 1843
  • Thomas E. Ormsby b. 17 Apr 1849, d. 20 Sep 1886
  • (Female) Ormsby b. 23 Mar 1858, d. 23 Mar 1858
  • (Child) Ormsby b. 29 Nov 1859, d. 29 Nov 1859

William Henry H. Ormsby

b. 12 February 1841, d. 10 May 1891
  • Father: Orin O. Ormsby b. 10 Sep 1816, d. 29 Oct 1888
  • Mother: Martha Cook b. 22 Feb 1818, d. 29 May 1905
  • Company: F
  • William Henry H. Ormsby was born on 12 Feb 1841 at Elmore, Lamoille County, Vermont, son of Orin O. Ormsby and Martha Cook, grandson of Thomas and Lucy (Capen) Ormsby.
  • William Henry H. Ormsby was enumerated in the household of Orin O. Ormsby and Martha Cook in the 1850 US Federal Census on 29 Aug 1850 at Wolcott, Lamoille County, Vermont, as:
    **Orrin O. Ormsby, 33, farmer, b. VT (as were all in the family)
    Martha, 32
    **William H. Ormsby, 9
    Harriet M., 7
    Thomas E., 1.
  • At the time of his enlistment in the 15th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, in 1861, William gave his occupation as farmer.
  • William Henry H. Ormsby and Orin O. Ormsby, father and son, served together in the 15th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Co. F.

  • On 12 Jul 1861 William mustered into service with the 15th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, being credited to the quota of Brookfield, Worcester County, Massachusetts. He was 20 years and 5 months old.
  • He was declared missing in action on 21 Oct 1861 at The Battle of Ball's Bluff, Leesburg, Virginia.
  • On 20 Nov 1861 at "The Worcester Daily Spy", Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts, William H. H. Ormsby was listed with 195 other men among the prisoners taken at Ball's Bluff.
  • In May 1864 William was wounded possibly in "The Wilderness", but it is not stated in the MASSCW.
  • On 28 Jul 1864 William ended military service with the 15th Massachusetts having fulfilled his term of service.

  • On 24 Nov 1868 William Henry H. Ormsby, 27, married Caroline May Green, 24, daughter of Aaron Green and Eliza Watson, at Sturbridge, Worcester County, Massachusetts.
  • William Henry H. Ormsby made application for a veteran's pension on 31 Jul 1879, and received certificate number 183741.
  • On 29 Oct 1888 his father, Orin O. Ormsby, died at Brookfield, Worcester County, Massachusetts, of Bright's disease at age 72.
  • William H. H. Ormsby was enumerated in the 1890 US Federal census, Veteran's Schedule in Jun 1890 at Sturbridge, Worcester County, Massachusetts, as having served in the 15th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, Company F, noting that he was wounded in the head.
  • He died on 10 May 1891 at Brookfield, Worcester County, Massachusetts, according to one report, however this needs further documentation. He was 50 years, 2 months and 28 days old.
  • He was buried at Brookfield Cemetery, Brookfield, Worcester County, Massachusetts, Plot: M 363 (west section.)
  • In Aug 1891 Caroline May Green received a pension to surviving family member in Massachusetts based on William's service; his wife, received certificate number 370791.
  • He's surviving family was enumerated in the household of Caroline May Green in the 1920 US Federal Census on 3 Jan 1920 at Brookfield, Worcester County, Massachusetts, as:
    Ormsby, Caroline M., 75, widow, b. MA
    ---, Hattie M., daur, 46, single, b. MA, clerk in post office
    ---, Martha E., daur, 44, single, b. MA, teacher in public schools.
  • Caroline, his wife, outlived William and died on 28 Jan 1935 at Brookfield, Worcester County, Massachusetts, at age 90.
  • Last Edited: 19 Apr 2016

Family: Caroline May Green b. 7 Aug 1844, d. 28 Jan 1935

  • Hattie M. Ormsby b. 17 Feb 1873, d. 14 Feb 1954
  • Martha E. Ormsby b. 19 Mar 1875, d. 6 Jul 1948

Ai Dakin Osborn

b. 29 March 1833, d. 1 December 1861

Ai D. Osborn
  • Father: Ai Osborn b. 19 Sep 1801, d. 29 Apr 1881
  • Mother: Elizabeth Wheeler Dakin b. 6 Jan 1812, d. 15 Jul 1886
  • Company: B
  • Ai Dakin Osborn was born on 29 Mar 1833 at Ashburnham, Worcester County, Massachusetts, son of Ai Osborn and Elizabeth Wheeler Dakin, a distant cousin of the Gibson men in Company B of the 15th MVI.
  • In 1861 Ai was living at Fitchburg, Worcester County, Massachusetts.
  • At the time of his enlistment in the 15th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, in 1861, Ai gave his occupation as millwright.

  • On 12 Jul 1861 Ai mustered into service with the 15th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, being credited to the quota of Fitchburg, Worcester County, Massachusetts. He was 28 years, 3 months and 13 days old.
  • On 21 Oct 1861 Ai was wounded at The Battle of Ball's Bluff, Leesburg, Virginia, on the leg and taken prisoner.
  • On 30 Oct 1861 at "The Worcester Spy", Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts, Ai Dakin Osborn was included, with 304 other men, among "The Killed Wounded and Missing of the Fifteenth Regiment," after Ball's Bluff.
  • On 20 Nov 1861 at "The Worcester Spy", Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts, Ai Dakin Osborn was listed, with 88 other men of the 15th Massachusetts, as a prisoner at Richmond.
  • He died on 1 Dec 1861 at Leesburg, Loudoun County, Virginia, as a Prisoner of War. He was 28 years, 8 months and 2 days old.
  • He was buried at Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Arlington County, Virginia, no. 8829.
  • In 1866, Ai was included in the history of "Fitchburg in the War of Rebellion", but no family information is given.
  • He was buried at Laurel Hill Cemetery, Div. 3, Fitchburg, Worcester County, Massachusetts, (South Side of Pilgrim Path and Locust Avenue) Snow Drop Path (Note: this is possibly a memorial only.)
  • On 4 Sep 1882 Elizabeth Wheeler Dakin received a pension to surviving family member based on Ai's service; his mother, and received certificate number 216704.
  • Last Edited: 19 Apr 2016

George F. Osgood

b. between 1839 and 1840, d. 3 July 1863
  • Father: Samuel Osgood
  • Mother: Mary A. [--?--]
  • Company: C
  • George F. Osgood was born between 1839 - 1840 at Lancaster, Worcester County, Massachusetts, son of Samuel Osgood and Mary A. [--?--].
  • In 1861 George was living at Clinton, Worcester County, Massachusetts.
  • At the time of his enlistment in the 15th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, George gave his occupation as bootmaker.

  • On 12 Aug 1862 George mustered into service with the 15th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, being credited to the quota of Clinton, Worcester County, Massachusetts.
  • On 17 Sep 1862 George was taken prisoner at The Battle of Antietam, Washington County, Maryland, prisoner and wounded.
  • On 15 Oct 1862 at "The Worcester Spy", Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts,
    Missing Men Of The Fifteenth Regiment

    A member of the fifteenth regiment at the camp of paroled prisoners at Annapolis writes as follows:
    “Thomas Caulfield, G. T. Osgood. George W. Hunt of Co. C; Charles A. Gleason, Peter McGune, Andrew Cadret, E. L. Smith, O. W. Newton, of Co. D; L. A. Cook, of Co. A; Edwin Chase, George Carpenter, of Co. B; C. L. Preston, Co. G; Thomas Horne, J. S. Flannigan, Co. H; J. G. Thornton, Thomas Welch, Co. K; E. A. Snow, Andrew Sharpshooters, were taken prisoners at the battle of Antietam, and recently released at Richmond. There are some that left Richmond, who are in the hospitals and I have been unable to obtain their names.”.

  • He died on 3 Jul 1863 at The Battle of Gettysburg, Adams County, Pennsylvania, unmarried, of a gunshot wound.
  • On 22 Jul 1863 at "The Worcester Spy", Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts, George F. Osgood was listed as a casualty of Gettysburg.
  • In 1896, George was included in "The History of Clinton, Massachusetts."
  • Last Edited: 9 Sep 2016

Otis Sherman Osgood

b. 30 September 1837, d. 6 March 1890
  • Father: Ora Osgood b. 3 Oct 1802, d. 19 Mar 1848
  • Mother: Sally Flint b. 25 Jun 1807, d. 25 Mar 1895
  • Company: C
  • Otis Sherman Osgood was born on 30 Sep 1837 at Brattleboro, Windham County, Vermont, son of Ora Osgood and Sally Flint.
  • Otis Sherman Osgood was enumerated in the 1860 US Federal census on 4 Aug 1860 at Harvard P. O., Clinton, Worcester County, Massachusetts, as:
    Otis Osgood, 23, watchman, b. VT
    living in a boarding house.
  • At the time of his enlistment in the 15th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, Otis gave his occupation as watchman.
  • In 1861 Otis was living at Clinton, Worcester County, Massachusetts.

  • On 12 Jul 1861 Otis mustered into service with the 15th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, being credited to the quota of Clinton, Worcester County, Massachusetts. He was 23 years, 9 months and 12 days old.
  • On 17 Sep 1862 Otis was wounded at The Battle of Antietam, Washington County, Maryland, on the arm.
  • On 10 Jan 1863 Otis ended military service with the 15th Massachusetts due to disability.

  • Otis Sherman Osgood married Seraphine Hastings, daughter of Larkin Hastings and Hulda Moulton.
  • Otis Sherman Osgood made application for a veteran's pension on 23 Feb 1869, and received certificate number 30838.
  • He and Seraphine Hastings were enumerated in the 1870 US Federal Census on 21 Jul 1870 at Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa, as:
    Osgood, Otis S., 33, Pal Right Man. b. VT
    ---, Seraphina H., 28
    ---, Bertie S., 1.
  • Otis Sherman Osgood and Seraphine Hastings were enumerated in the 1880 US Federal census on 17 Jun 1880 at Mt. Pleasant, Henry County, Iowa, as:
    Osgood, Otis S., 43, insurance agent, b. VT
    ---, Seraphine, 38, wife, b. NH
    ---, Bertie F., 11, son, b. Iowa
    ---, Irene H., 5, daur, b. Iowa.
  • Otis Sherman Osgood and Seraphine Hastings appeared on the census of 1885 at Center, Henry County, Iowa, as:
    Osgood, Otis S., the fairground, 47, life insurance agent, b. VT
    ---, Seraphaine H., 42, b. NH
    ---, Bert, 16, b. Moines (County)
    ---, Irene, 10, b. Henry (County.)
  • Otis Sherman Osgood died on 6 Mar 1890 at Henry County, Iowa. He was 52 years, 5 months and 6 days old.
  • He was buried in Mar 1890 at Forest Home Cemetery, Mt. Pleasant, Henry County, Iowa, Plot: h row 19, with reference to the 15th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry.
  • In May 1890 Seraphine Hastings received a pension to surviving family member in Ohio based on Otis's service; and received certificate number 314977.
  • In 1896, Otis was included in "The History of Clinton, Massachusetts."
  • On 26 Dec 1900 Otis and Seraphine's daughter, Irene Ramona Osgood married Charles Emery Blodgett at Henry, Iowa.
  • Otis Sherman Osgood's surviving family was enumerated in the household of Charles Emery Blodgett and Irene Ramona Osgood in the 1920 US Federal Census on 4 Feb 1920 at Garbutt, Owyhee County, Idaho, as:
    Charles E Blodgett, 48, farmer, b. Iowa
    Irene R., 44
    Charles O., 15
    Earl C., 13
    Mary E., 6
    Saraphine F Osgood, 77.
  • Seraphine, his wife, outlived Otis and died on 27 May 1926 at Boise, Ada County, Idaho, at age 83.
  • Last Edited: 19 Apr 2016

Family: Seraphine Hastings b. 30 May 1842, d. 27 May 1926

  • Bert Larkin Osgood b. 25 Dec 1868, d. 2 Dec 1906
  • Irene Ramona Osgood b. 15 May 1875, d. 2 Aug 1948

Warren Franklin Osgood

b. 27 September 1839, d. 9 February 1885
  • Father: Stephen Osgood b. 9 Nov 1797, d. 1 May 1884
  • Mother: Charlotte Morrill b. 1800
  • Company: D
  • Warren Franklin Osgood was born on 27 Sep 1839 at Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts, son of Stephen Osgood and Charlotte Morrill.
  • Warren Franklin Osgood was enumerated in the household of Stephen Osgood and Charlotte Morrill in the 1860 US Federal Census on 31 Jul 1860 at Newburyport P. O., Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts, as:
    Stephen Osgood, 62, caulker, b. MA (as were all in the family)
    Charlott, 57
    Lois, Elliott, 35
    Chas. Osgood, 23, carriage painter
    Warren F., 21, carriage trimmer
    Ruth A., 18
    Ellen C. Elliott, 8.
  • In 1861 Warren was living at Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts.
  • At the time of his enlistment in the 15th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, in 1861, Warren gave his occupation as carriage-trimmer.

  • On 12 Jul 1861 Warren mustered into service with the 15th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, being credited to the quota of Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. He was 21 years, 9 months and 15 days old.
  • On 19 Sep 1862 Warren was wounded at The Battle of Antietam, Washington County, Maryland, on the right thigh.
  • On 22 Oct 1862 at "The Worcester Spy", Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts, Warren Franklin Osgood was mentioned, together with 20 others, among the wounded at the Patent Office hospital in Washington, D.C.
  • On 19 Jul 1863 Warren ended military service with the 15th Massachusetts transferred to the Veterans' Reserve Corps.

  • On 28 Aug 1867 Warren Franklin Osgood, 27, married Sarah E. Nichols at Newport, Washington County, Minnesota.
  • Warren Franklin Osgood and Sarah E. Nichols were enumerated in the 1880 US Federal census on 5 Jun 1880 at Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota, as:
    Osgood, Warren F., 40, boarder, carriage trimmer, b. MA (as were his parents)
    ---, Lizzie (sic), 40, boarder, b. NH (as were her parents)
    (living in a boarding house.)
  • Warren Franklin Osgood died on 9 Feb 1885 at Salisbury Point, Essex County, Massachusetts, of consumption. He was 45 years, 4 months and 13 days old.
  • He was buried in Feb 1885 at Salisbury Point, Essex County, Massachusetts.
  • On 4 Mar 1887 Sarah E. Nichols applied for a pension to surviving family member, New Hampshire, based on Warren's service; made application number 353643, but no certificate is recorded.
  • The personal papers or letters of Warren Franklin Osgood are available at the Manuscript Collection at Duke University has family letters from Warren and his brother, Charles, to their father during the war.
  • Last Edited: 6 Sep 2013

Family: Sarah E. Nichols b. 1840

Samuel C. Osland

b. between 1836 and 1837, d. 4 May 1862
  • Father: John F. Osland b. about 1795, d. 12 Jan 1837
  • Mother: Martha Boyce b. 29 Nov 1796, d. 25 May 1867
  • Company: G
  • Samuel C. Osland was born between 1836 - 1837 at Paxton, Worcester County, Massachusetts, son of John F. Osland and Martha Boyce.
  • On 12 Jan 1837 his father, John F. Osland, died at Paxton, Worcester County, Massachusetts.
  • Samuel C. Osland was enumerated in the household of Martha Boyce in the 1850 US Federal Census on 25 Oct 1850 at Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts, as:
    Martha Osland, 52, b. MA (as were all in the family)
    Horace, 20, laborer
    Jonathan, 17, laborer
    Sarah, 14
    **Samuel C., 13
    Henry Anthony, 17, shoemaker.
  • Samuel C. Osland was enumerated in the 1860 US Federal census on 9 Jun 1860 at Paxton, Worcester County, Massachusetts, as age 24, farm hand, b. MA, living in the house nextdoor to his mother.
  • At the time of his enlistment in the 15th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, Samuel gave his occupation as farmer.
  • In 1861 Samuel was living at Paxton, Worcester County, Massachusetts.

  • On 30 Jul 1861 Samuel mustered into service with the 15th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, being credited to the quota of Paxton, Worcester County, Massachusetts.
  • On 21 Oct 1861 Samuel was taken prisoner at The Battle of Ball's Bluff, Leesburg, Virginia.
  • On 30 Oct 1861 at "The Worcester Spy", Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts, Samuel C. Osland was included, with 304 other men, among "The Killed Wounded and Missing of the Fifteenth Regiment," after Ball's Bluff.
  • On 20 Nov 1861 at "The Worcester Spy", Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts, Samuel C. Osland was listed, with 88 other men of the 15th Massachusetts, as a prisoner at Richmond.
  • On 20 Nov 1861 at "The Worcester Daily Spy", Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts, Samuel C. Osland was listed with 195 other men among the prisoners taken at Ball's Bluff.
  • On 22 Feb 1862 at "The New York Times", New York City, New York, Samuel C. Osland was mentioned, with 61 other men of the 15th Massachusetts, in an article about the return of prisoners under a flag of truce:
    National Prisoners Released, Arrival of Four hundred at Fortres Monroe
    Notice having been received by Gen. Wool, that some 400 exchanged prisoners would be sent down the James River Yesterday, the "George Washington" and "Express" left at about noon for the appointed meeting place.
    The rebel boat was appointed to meet us at 3 o'clock, but at that time she was not in sight, and shortly after a heavy fog shut down, making it impossible to move in any direction. The two boats were then fastened together, and having dropped anchor, waited for the rebel boat to appear.
    The fog did not lift till late in the evening, when the wind blew so fresh that the boats dragged their anchors and had to be separated. This morning at sunrise the expected prisoners made their appearance, on the "William Allison," which it seemed had also anchored for the night a few miles above us. The return passage was made without any incident, and the prisoners arrived here about 10 o'clock this forenoon. The returned prisoners will be immediately sent north. (Note: here follows a complete list of the released prisoners who arrived by a flag of truce from Richmond.)
  • On 24 Mar 1862 Samuel ended military service with the 15th Massachusetts at Washington, DC, discharged for disability.

  • Samuel C. Osland was described as five feet, seven and 1/2 inches tall, with light complexion, gray eyes and brown hair.
  • He died on 4 May 1862 at Paxton, Worcester County, Massachusetts, of consumption contracted in prison..
  • He was buried in May 1862 at Paxton Center Cemetery, Paxton, Worcester County, Massachusetts.
  • On 31 Dec 1862, Samuel was removed from the regimental rolls according to the 1870 roster.
  • On 7 Mar 1864 Martha Boyce received a pension to surviving family member based on Samuel's service; his mother, receiving certificate number 17310.
  • On 25 May 1867 his mother, Martha Boyce, died at Spencer, Worcester County, Massachusetts, at age 70.
  • A photograph or image of Samuel C. Osland is located at Worcester Historical Museum, Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts, according to one report.
  • Last Edited: 30 Aug 2012

Leander J. Owen

b. 28 February 1834, d. 17 September 1862
  • Father: Benjamin Owen b. 12 Dec 1800, d. 18 Mar 1867
  • Mother: Harriet Bowen b. 1812, d. 22 Feb 1879
  • Company: D
  • Leander J. Owen was born on 28 Feb 1834 at Ashford, Windham County, Connecticut, son of Benjamin Owen and Harriet Bowen.
  • Leander J. Owen was enumerated in the household of Benjamin Owen and Harriet Bowen in the 1850 US Federal Census on 25 Sep 1850 at Oxford, Worcester County, Massachusetts, as:
    Benjamin Owens, 49, farmer, b. CT
    Harriet, 38, b. MA
    Ledagt C., 16, mule spinner, b. CT
    Leander, 16, mule spinner, b. CT
    Oscar G., 14, b. MA
    Sanford M., 10, b. MA
    Harriet C., 8, b. MA
    George M., 3, b. MA
    Mariette, 2, b. MA.
  • At the time of his enlistment in the 15th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, Leander gave his occupation as factory overseer.
  • On 19 Nov 1861 Leander J. Owen, 27, married Melissa L. Adams, 19, daughter of Thomas Adams and Mary Noyes, at Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts, in a first marriage for both.
  • Leander J. Owen and Edwin L. Adams, brothers-in-law, served together in the 15th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry.

  • On 20 Jan 1862 Leander mustered into service with the 15th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry. He was 27 years, 10 months and 23 days old.
  • He died on 17 Sep 1862 at The Battle of Antietam, Washington County, Maryland, killed by a musket ball, according to the widow's pension. He was 28 years, 6 months and 20 days old.
  • He was buried at Hillside Cemetery, Auburn, Worcester County, Massachusetts.
  • On 16 Oct 1862 Melissa L. Adams received a pension to surviving family member based on Leander's service; his wife, received certificate number 2218.
  • On 23 Feb 1873 Leander's widow, Melissa L. Adams remarried to Joseph Ashley at Fitchburg, Worcester County, Massachusetts.
  • On 15 Jul 1874 Leander J. Owen was included on the Civil War memorial at Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts.
  • On 17 Sep 1900 Leander J. Owen was included on the Civil War memorial at Antietam Battlefield, Sharpsburg, Maryland, with the 15th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, on the 35th anniversary of the battle. (Articles from the Fitchburg Sentinel about the planning for the memorial.)
  • Leander's wife, Melissa L. Adams, died and was buried in May 1901 at Hillside Cemetery, Townsend, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, at age 59 years and 4 months.
  • Last Edited: 6 Dec 2016

Family: Melissa L. Adams b. 21 Dec 1841, d. 8 May 1901

William H. Packard

b. 20 January 1840, d. 27 January 1897

William H. Packard
  • Father: Simon Packard b. between 1804 - 1805
  • Mother: Nancy Jordan b. between 1806 - 1807
  • Company: 1_SS
  • William H. Packard was born on 20 Jan 1840 at Freeman, Franklin County, Maine, son of Simon Packard and Nancy Jordan.
  • William H. Packard was enumerated in the household of Simon Packard and Nancy Jordan in the 1860 US Federal Census on 19 Jun 1860 at Freeman, Franklin County, Maine, as:
    Simon Packard, 52, farmer, b. ME (as were all)
    Nancy, 52
    Cyrus, 26, factory laborer
    **William, 21, factory laborer
    Matilda, 15
    James, 12
    Joseph, 10
    Olive, 7.
  • In 1861 William was living at Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.
  • At the time of his enlistment, William gave his occupation as Manufacturer.
  • Starting 22 Apr 1861, William also served in the 6th Infantry Regiment Massachusetts, Company A.
  • He ended his service with by mustering out on 2 Aug 1861 at Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.

  • On 3 Sep 1861 William H. Packard mustered into service with the 1st Company Massachusetts Sharpshooters. He was 21 years, 7 months and 14 days old.
  • Starting 18 Oct 1861, Charles C. Packard, his brother, served in the in the 26th Massachusetts Infantry, mustering out on 1 Jan 1864.
  • On 15 Jul 1863 William was promoted to Sergeant.
  • On 20 Dec 1863 William reenlisted, having received a bounty of $325.
  • On 29 Jun 1865 William ended military service with the 1st Massachusetts Sharpshooters by mustering out, by order of the War Department.

  • On 5 Dec 1866 William H. Packard, 26, married Lucy Ann Peabody, 19, daughter of Harrison Peabody and Mary Fuller Brown, at Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, in a first marriage for both.
  • Before 1869 Lucy Ann Peabody, his wife, died.
  • On 8 Mar 1869 William H. Packard, 29, married Lydia A. Willoughby, 18, daughter of John Willoughby and Abby Brown, at Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, in a second marriage for him and the first for her. (Note: she was his first wife's first cousin.)
  • William H. Packard and Lydia A. Willoughby were enumerated in the 1870 US Federal Census on 21 Jul 1870 at Wilmot, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, as:
    Packard, William, 31, farmer, b. ME
    ---, Lydia, 20, b. NH
    ---, Ella, 6/12, b. NH in January.
  • William H. Packard made application at Wisconsin for a veteran's pension on 15 Jun 1888, and received certificate number 842388.
  • He was enumerated in the 1890 US Federal census, Veteran's Schedule in Jun 1890 at Wood, Wood County, Wisconsin, as having served in the 1st Co. Andrews Sharpshooters, noting that he had been in Libby and other prisons for six months.
  • On 8 Sep 1895 William and Lydia's daughter, Nettie M. Packard married Walter Parker at Wood, Wood County, Wisconsin.
  • William H. Packard died on 27 Jan 1897. He was 57 years and 7 days old.
  • He was buried in Jan 1897 at Mound Cemetery, Pittsville, Wood County, Wisconsin.
  • On 10 Apr 1897 Lydia A. Willoughby received a pension to surviving family member in Wisconsin based on William's service; his wife received certificate number 628446.
  • Lydia, his wife, outlived William and died on 23 Feb 1939 at age 88.
  • Last Edited: 11 Apr 2016

Family 1: Lucy Ann Peabody b. Jun 1847, d. before 1869

Family 2: Lydia A. Willoughby b. 26 Apr 1850, d. 23 Feb 1939

  • Ella F. Packard b. 3 Jan 1870, d. 10 Oct 1876
  • Alfreda Packard b. 15 Mar 1871, d. 7 Jul 1871
  • Nettie M. Packard b. 15 Jun 1872
  • William E. Packard b. 21 Mar 1875, d. 6 Apr 1875
  • Abby Packard b. 25 Dec 1877
  • Sadie M. Packard b. 22 Jul 1879, d. 5 May 1950

Frederick Page

b. 5 June 1838, d. 17 January 1904
  • Father: Fredrick Augustus Page b. 6 Nov 1819, d. 1 May 1891
  • Mother: Hannah A. Atherton b. 4 Dec 1815, d. before 1847
  • Company: MusBand
  • Frederick Page was born on 5 Jun 1838 at Dedham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, son of Fredrick Augustus Page and Hannah A. Atherton.
  • Before 1847 his mother, Hannah A. Atherton, died.
  • On 10 Aug 1847 Frederick's widowed father, Fredrick Augustus Page, remarried to Mary Crane Drake at Stoughton, Norfolk County, Massachusetts.
  • Frederick Page was enumerated in the household of Fredrick Augustus Page and Mary Crane Drake in the 1850 US Federal Census on 13 Aug 1850 at Stoughton, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, as:
    Fredrick Page, 42, leather merchant, $3000 property, b. MA
    Mary E., 30, b. MA
    Alice L., 2, b. MA
    **Fredrick, Jr., 12, b. MA
    and three laborers.
  • At the time of his enlistment in the 15th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, Frederick gave his occupation as musician by occupation.
  • In 1861 Frederick was living at Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts, according to Ford's history.

  • On 5 Aug 1861 Frederick mustered into service with the 15th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry as a Bandsman, being credited to the quota of Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts. He was 23 years and 2 months old.
  • On 8 Aug 1862 Frederick ended military service with the 15th Massachusetts by order of the War Department to release all bandsmen.

  • He was enumerated in the household of Fredrick Augustus Page and Mary Crane Drake in the 1880 US Federal Census on on 3 Jun 1880 at at Dedham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, as:
    Page, Frederick, 72, suspender maker, b. MA (as were all in the family)
    ---, Mary, 60, wife
    **---, Frederic, 41, son, suspender maker, gout/rheumatic
    ---, Alice L., 32, dau, book keeper
    ---, Florence, 29 dau
    ---, Harriet H., 27, dau
    ---, Mary A., 25, dau
    ---, Alfred, 14, son
    Hewitt, Henry B., 22, nephew.
  • Frederick Page made application at Massachusetts for a veteran's pension on 30 Jan 1890, and received certificate number 808148.
  • He was enumerated in the 1890 US Federal census, Veteran's Schedule in Jun 1890 at Soldiers' Home, Crest Avenue, Chelsea, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, as having served in the 15th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Band.
  • On 1 May 1891 his father, Fredrick Augustus Page, died at age 71.
  • Frederick Page died on 17 Jan 1904 at Lynn Hospital, Lynn, Essex County, Massachusetts, unmarried, of heart disease. He was 65 years, 7 months and 12 days old.
  • He was buried in Jan 1904 at Canton Corner Cemetery, Canton, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, Lot 135.
  • Frederick Page was was one of many soldiers who resided at one time or another at Soldiers' Home, Crest Avenue, Chelsea, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.
  • Last Edited: 11 Aug 2012

George H. Paine

b. between 1842 and 1843, d. after 1890
  • Company: G
  • George H. Paine was born between 1842 - 1843 at Sutton, Worcester County, Massachusetts.
  • In 1861 George was living at Sutton, Worcester County, Massachusetts.
  • At the time of his enlistment in the 15th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, George gave his occupation as farmer.

  • On 4 Aug 1862 George mustered into service with the 15th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, being credited to the quota of Sutton, Worcester County, Massachusetts.
  • On 28 May 1863 George ended military service with the 15th Massachusetts by discharge due to disability.

  • He made application at Pennsylvania for a veteran's pension on 11 Jul 1890, and received certificate number 803978.
  • He died after 1890.
  • Last Edited: 17 Sep 2012

Charles H. Palmer

b. 1841, d. 12 February 1863
  • Father: Jonah G. Palmer b. 3 Jan 1813, d. 3 Aug 1881
  • Mother: Olive A. Hoyt b. 7 Oct 1820, d. 18 Oct 1909
  • Company: C
  • Charles H. Palmer was born about in 1841 at Southbridge, Worcester County, Massachusetts, son of Jonah G. Palmer and Olive A. Hoyt.
  • Charles H. Palmer was enumerated in the household of Jonah G. Palmer and Olive A. Hoyt in the 1850 US Federal Census on 5 Sep 1850 at Southbridge, Worcester County, Massachusetts, as:
    Jonah G. Palmer, 37, watch, b. VT
    Olive A., 30, b. NH
    **Charles H., 9, b. MA
    Ellen F., 7, b. MA
    George E., 5, b. MA
    Jane A., 2, b. MA
    Allen Potter, 23, mason, b. NY
    Elizabeth, 20, b. MA.
  • At the time of his enlistment in the 15th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, Charles gave his occupation as wire worker.
  • In 1861 Charles was living at Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts.

  • On 12 Jul 1861 Charles mustered into service with the 15th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, being credited to the quota of Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts. He was 20 years old.
  • George E. Palmer, his brother, enlisted in Company B, 5th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, and returned home after the war.
  • On 1 May 1862 Charles ended military service with the 15th Massachusetts due to disability.

  • He made application for a veteran's pension on 8 Jan 1863, with application number 7263, but no certificate is recorded.
  • He died on 12 Feb 1863 at Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts, unmarried, of consumption. He was 22 years old.
  • He was buried in Feb 1863 at Hope Cemetery, Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts.
  • On 21 May 1864 Charles's sister, Ellen Frances "Nellie" Palmer, married Samuel S. Dresser at Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts.
  • On 13 Jan 1875 his brother, George E. Palmer, died at Darien, Fairfield County, Connecticut, at age 29 killed in an engine accident.
  • On 23 May 1879 Olive A. Hoyt received a pension to surviving family member based on Charles's service; his mother, received certificate number 204332.
  • Last Edited: 5 Nov 2016

William Harris Palmer

b. January 1831, d. 6 May 1864
  • Father: Harris Palmer b. 1807, d. 14 Mar 1835
  • Mother: Amelia Starr b. 12 May 1805, d. 13 Nov 1865
  • Company: I
  • William Harris Palmer was born in Jan 1831 at Webster, Worcester County, Massachusetts, son of Harris Palmer and Amelia Starr.
  • On 14 Mar 1835 his father, Harris Palmer, died at Webster, Worcester County, Massachusetts.
  • William Harris's sister, Mary Elizabeth Palmer, married Charles Bakus Pomeroy.
  • On 11 Apr 1858 William Harris Palmer, 27, married Jane E. Hoyle, daughter of George Hoyle and Hannah [--?--], at Webster, Worcester County, Massachusetts.
  • William Harris Palmer and Jane E. Hoyle were enumerated in the 1860 US Federal census on 6 Jul 1860 at Webster, Worcester County, Massachusetts, as:
    Wm. H. Palmer, 29, shoemaker, b. MA
    Jane H., 21
    Willie, 1.
  • At the time of his enlistment in the 15th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, William Harris gave his occupation as shoemaker.
  • He was married at the time of his enlistment according to Ford's history.

  • On 12 Jul 1861 William Harris mustered into service with the 15th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry as a Sergeant. He was 30 years and 6 months old.
  • On 21 Oct 1861 William Harris was taken prisoner at The Battle of Ball's Bluff, Leesburg, Virginia.
  • John Floyd Maley wrote a letter to The Webster Times, listing his fellow prisoners, on 27 Oct 1861 from Richmond, Virginia, mentioning William Harris Palmer, as follows.
  • On 30 Oct 1861 at "The Worcester Spy", Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts, William Harris Palmer was included, with 304 other men, among "The Killed Wounded and Missing of the Fifteenth Regiment," after Ball's Bluff.
  • On 2 Nov 1861 at "The Webster Weekley Times", Webster, Worcester County, Massachusetts, William Harris Palmer was listed as a Company I casualty of Ball's Bluff.
  • On 9 Nov 1861 William Harris Palmer was mentioned, along with 95 other men of the 15th Massachusetts, in a report of 9 Nov 1861 to the Webster Times, by F. Q. Robinson, concerning the aftermath of Ball's Bluff and reporting his status.
  • On 20 Nov 1861 at "The Worcester Daily Spy", Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts, William H. Palmer was listed with 195 other men among the prisoners taken at Ball's Bluff.
  • On 17 Dec 1862, William Harris was gained from prison.
  • He died on 6 May 1864 at The Battle of the Wilderness, Spotsylvania County, Virginia, killed in action. He was 33 years and 4 months old.
  • On 25 May 1864 at "The Worcester Spy", Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts, William Harris Palmer was mentioned among the casualties.
  • He was buried at Perryville Cemetery, Dudley, Worcester County, Massachusetts.
  • On 8 Nov 1864 Jane E. Hoyle received a pension to surviving family member based on William Harris's service; his wife, received certificate 45037.
  • In 1864 his young son, Parker H. Palmer, died.
  • He was also survived by a sister, Mary E. Palmer, b. June, 1832; who m. Charles B. Pomeroy of Willimantic.
  • On 6 Jul 1894 at "The Webster Times", Webster, Worcester County, Massachusetts, (Volume XXXVIII # 19)
    Early yesterday morning a large flag was raised at the residence of Mrs. Jane Palmer on School Street, in memory of her husband, who was killed at the battle of the Wilderness, May 6, 1864. E.D. Clemans gave a brief military history of Comrade Palmer, and at the close Miss. Fannie E. Prescott raised the Stars and Stripes. Henry Brandis, William Batten, William Hyland, Thomas L. Gray and others of the G.A.R. assisted in the flag raising.
    This flag was presented to Mrs. Palmer by her son, Prof. W.P. Palmer, principal of the Bristol Academy at Taunton, Mass. Sergt. William H. Palmer, whose memory was so affectionately recalled, was born on the old Palmer homestead in 1830, and was (the) sixth generation to inherit the ancient and historical landmark in Webster. The house was built by Col. Jonathan Day in 1774, was originally occupied as a hostelry, from which a stage left each week for Boston. Sergt. Palmer enlisted in Company I, 15th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, left Worcester August 8, 1861, for Washington. D.C., was taken prisoner at Ball’s Bluff, was engaged at Chansellorsville, Gettysburg and subsequent battles, and killed at the Wilderness. He was a brave soldier and belongs among those whose work will not be forgotten.---Worcester Spy. July 5.
  • On 17 Jul 1895 William Harris and Jane's son, William Franklin Palmer married Marie Elizabeth Conners at Taunton, Bristol County, Massachusetts.
  • Jane, his wife, outlived William Harris and died on 24 Nov 1898 at Webster, Worcester County, Massachusetts.
  • On 4 Jul 1907 William Harris Palmer was included on the Civil War memorial at Webster, Worcester County, Massachusetts, according to an article in the Webster Times. See the "Documents" section at the main website for an account of the festivities of dedication.
  • Last Edited: 11 Apr 2016

Family: Jane E. Hoyle b. 1839, d. 24 Nov 1898

  • William Franklin Palmer b. 30 May 1859, d. 29 Sep 1909
  • Parker H. Palmer b. 1862, d. 1864

Elbridge Park

b. 6 February 1843, d. before 1881
  • Father: Levi Simonds Park b. about 1805, d. 27 Jul 1846
  • Mother: Lucy May b. between 1808 - 1809, d. 30 Jan 1880
  • Company: I
  • Elbridge Park was born on 6 Feb 1843 at Dudley, Worcester County, Massachusetts, son of Levi Simonds Park and Lucy May.
  • On 27 Jul 1846 his father, Levi Simonds Park, died.
  • Elbridge Park was enumerated in the household of Lucy May in the 1850 US Federal Census on 26 Aug 1850 at Dudley, Worcester County, Massachusetts, as:
    Lucy Park, 45, b. MA (as were all in the family)
    John, 21, shoemaker
    Lydia A., 15
    Henry, 12
    **Elbridge, 7.
  • On 1 Feb 1857 his elder brother, Albert Henry Park, died at age 18.
  • Elbridge Park was enumerated in the 1860 US Federal census on 25 Jun 1860 at Webster P. O., Dudley, Worcester County, Massachusetts, as:
    Samuel Stone, 28, shoemaker, b. MA (as were all in the household)
    Lydia, 24 (his married sister)
    **Elbridge Park, 17 (funny mark in "colored" column), shoemaker
    Lucy, 51 (his mother.)
  • In 1861 Elbridge was living at Dudley, Worcester County, Massachusetts.
  • At the time of his enlistment in the 15th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, in 1861, Elbridge gave his occupation as shoemaker.

  • On 20 May 1861 Elbridge mustered into service with the 15th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, being credited to the quota of Dudley, Worcester County, Massachusetts. He was 18 years, 3 months and 14 days old.
  • On 9 Nov 1861 Elbridge Park was mentioned, along with 95 other men of the 15th Massachusetts, in a report of 9 Nov 1861 to the Webster Times, by F. Q. Robinson, concerning the aftermath of Ball's Bluff and reporting his status.
  • On 28 Aug 1862 Elbridge ended military service with the 15th Massachusetts at Alexandria, Alexandria (city), Virginia, by desertion.

  • There is good reason to believe that this man was NOT a deserter.
  • He died before 1881 apparently.
  • In May, 2006, Michael Branniff writes:
    Elbridge was listed in the Dudley Roll of Honor in the Webster Times Vol IV # 30 Oct 10, 1862, as being in service. In Dudley Mass Town Records is a report. "The following named persons are in service of the U. States. May, 1863" Compiled by Dudley assessors and copied by town clerk, Moses Barnes, Jr. Elbridge is on that list. Finally in the early Summer of 1881 the citizens of Dudley erected a triptic of tablets to her war dead. Elbridge's name was listed. From this we can infer that Elbridge was dead and his demise was honorable. Those citizens of Dudley are one up on us, for they knew what happened to Elbridge. It is not concievable that a deserter would be so honored and included in such a list.
  • On 30 Jan 1880 his mother, Lucy May, died at Dudley, Worcester County, Massachusetts, by suicide.
  • In 1909 Elbridge Park was included on the Civil War memorial at Dudley, Worcester County, Massachusetts.
  • Last Edited: 17 Sep 2012