|Death: ||Mar. 12, 1874|
Civil War: Field & Staff, 7th California Infantry
Madison Bulware (sic) was commissioned Lieutenant Colonel at San Francisco December 14, 1864, and was mustered into the Seventh Infantry January 9, 1865. He was mustered out March 1, 1866, services not longer required. (Orton, p. 766)
Colonel M. [Madison] Boulware, at present a member of the Legislature from Sutter County, and a member of the Union State Central Committee, has received his Commission as Lieutenant Colonel of the Seventh Regiment Infantry, California Volunteers, now stationed at the Presidio.
(The Pájaro Times [Watsonville], December 31, 1864; 2:5)
Colonel Boulware, a prominent citizen of Sutter County, and Lieutenant Colonel of the Second [sic, Seventh] California Volunteers, died on his farm near Bear River a few days since.
(Los Angeles Herald, Tuesday, March 17, 1874; 1:1)
Colonel Madison Boulware, a well-known and prominent citizen of Sutter County, died at his farm on Bear River, on Thursday [12th]. He was a member of the Assembly of 1862-63.
(Daily Alta California, Saturday, March 21, 1874; 1:6)
Rio Oso [Sutter Co.], a station on the Sacramento Northern Railroad, was named about 1907 because of its location on the Bear River
(Gudde, Erwin G. California Place Names. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1998, pg. 810)
Mary Boulware (1849 - 1851)*
North Butte Cemetery
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