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Pvt Daniel B Garthwait
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Birth: Apr. 27, 1843
Almond
Allegany County
New York, USA
Death: Dec. 23, 1862
Washington
District of Columbia
District Of Columbia, USA

Civil War Soldier
Pvt. Daniel B. Garthwait
136th New York Infantry

Report of the Adjutant General:

Garthwait, Daniel B.--Age, 19 years. Enlisted, August 15, 1862, at Bolivar, to serve three years; mustered in as private, Co. K, September 26, 1862; died of fever, December 23, 1862, at Washington, D.C.
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Occupation: farmer
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Died of Typhus fever
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Cenotaph at Maple Lawn Cemetery, Bolivar, NY
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Mother took pension
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The Bolivar Breeze
Thursday, May 24, 1917

List of Veterans of the Civil War

Daniel Benjamin Garthwait-Born at Almond, N.Y., April 27, 1843. Enlisted a private Co. E, 136th N.Y. Infantry, August 20, 1862; mustered in September 25, 1862, for three years, Father's name, Benjamin Garthwait; mother's maiden name, Phoebe Crandall. Died at Washington, D.C., of fever Dec. 23, 1862, and buried there.

Information provided by: L. Moore (#47526547) 
 
Inscription:
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Burial:
US Soldiers' and Airmen's Home National Cemetery
Washington
District of Columbia
District Of Columbia, USA
Plot: Site D 5062
 
Maintained by: L. Moore
Originally Created by: GulfportBob
Record added: Jan 11, 2009
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Pvt Daniel B Garthwait
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WE REMEMBER........
- L. Moore
 Added: Jul. 8, 2013
As the Historian for the 136th. New York Vols. Descendants Group, I would like to honor a fallen soldier. John Du Bois
- John Du Bois
 Added: Apr. 23, 2011
 
 
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