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Samuel E Alden
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Birth: Mar. 7, 1824
Worcester County
Massachusetts, USA
Death: Feb. 9, 1898
West Allis
Milwaukee County
Wisconsin, USA

Samuel was the son of Dexter and Leafy (Fitts) Alden. He married Diana Mitchell on 7 December 1845 in Thompson, Connecticut. One son, Edwin, was born to this marriage which ended in divorce. Samuel married Mary Adeline Baker on 10 May 1858 in Worcester, Massachusetts. One son, Everard, was born to them.

Samuel enlisted in Company G, 51st Massachusetts Infantry on 30 September 1862. He was mustered out on 27 July 1863 at Worcester, Massachusetts.

Samuel and Mary relocated to Saint Charles, Illinois, where Mary's daughter by a previous marriage and her husband resided. They then removed to Faulk County, South Dakota.

Samuel spent some time in the Veterans' Home in Minneapolis, and then transferred to the Home in West Allis, Wisconsin, where he died. His son Edwin was a resident of the home at the same time. Both are buried in the cemetery there.

Family links: 
  Diana Mitchell (1827 - 1893)
  Mary Adeline Baker Alden (1827 - 1889)*
  Edwin Alden (1846 - 1898)*
  Everard Freeman Alden (1861 - 1943)*
*Calculated relationship

Wood National Cemetery
Milwaukee County
Wisconsin, USA
Plot: 12, 0, 58
Maintained by: Kay Fordham
Originally Created by: US Veterans Affairs Offi...
Record added: Feb 25, 2000
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Samuel E Alden
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Samuel E Alden
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Samuel E Alden
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Co. G, 51 Massachusetts. Admitted to Soldiers Home on 8/15/1896. Heart disease. Born in Massachuetts in 1824. Died at the age of 74 at the Soldiers Home hospital on 2/9/1898 from mitral insufficiency. He was widowed, a locomotive engineer by trade and of ...(Read more)
- Nadeen Sobottka
 Added: Mar. 21, 2014
In memory of my great-great-grandfather, Samuel E. Alden, born 7 March 1824, to Dexter & Leafy (Fitts) Alden. Samuel's son, Edwin, is also buried in Section 12.
- Kay Fordham
 Added: Mar. 14, 2009

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