|Death: ||Dec. 9, 1896|
Pvt, US Army
(following information provided by norma (#46942872))
Birthplace: Ohio in 1836
Enlisted in Delavan, Wisconsin with 22nd Wisconsin Volunteers on August 15, 1862, Rank Private.
Discharged at end of War in Nashville, Tenn on June 13, 1865, Rank Private
Married: wife's mame - Marrieta, living in Milwaukee
Applied and granted a disability pension of $4 per month, due to Rheumatism.
Was first admitted to the North-Western Branch of National Home for the Disabled Volunteer Soldiers on August 3, 1888 and was discharged at his own request on July 21, 1892. He was readmitted on April 2, 1894 and died while on furlough Dec 9th, 1896.
(Note the different dates of death as provided by the Veteran's Affairs and the NW Branch of National Home.)
Norma has found that the order for the headstone did, indeed, show that Pvt Cutler died on Dec 9th, 1896. The
headstone Company made a mistake that has went unnoticed
Maryetta Topping Cutler (1834 - 1906)*
Wood National Cemetery
Plot: 9 0 63
Maintained by: norma
Originally Created by: chuck cummins
Record added: Feb 22, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 85324178
Co. D, 22 Wisconsin. Admitted to Soldiers Home on 8/3/1888. Rheumatism. Born in Ohio in 1836. Died at the age of 60 on 12/9/1896. He was married, a cooper by trade and of the Protestant religion. Last known residence was in Milwaukee, WI. Next of kin: Wif...(Read more)|
Added: Mar. 5, 2014