|Birth: ||Oct. 22, 1841|
|Death: ||Jul. 2, 1863|
~ CAPTAIN EDWARD STANLEY ABBOT ~
Military Service, Civil War, Sergeant, Union Regular Army, 17th Regiment, US Infantry Lieutenant 17th United States Infantry, November 10, 1862; First Lieutenant, April 27, 1863; Brevet Captain, U. S. A., Jul 2, 1863, "for gallant and meritorious services in the battle of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania." Died July 8, 1863, of wounds received at Gettysburg, Pa., July 2.
Father: Joseph Hale Abbot (B: 25 Sep 1802, Wilton, Hillsboro, NH - 07 Apr 1873, Beverly, Essex, MA) S/o Deacon Ezra and Rebekah (Hale) Abbot, of Wilton.
married (May 13, 1830, at Beverly, MA):
Mother: Frances Ellingwood Larcom (B: 14 Jun 1807, Beverly, Essex, MA - 26 Jun 1883) D/o Henry and Fanny (Ellingwood) Larcom & grand-niece of the Hon. Nathan Dane, L.L.D., member of the Continental Congress in 1785-88, framer of the famous "Ordinance of 1787," founder of the Dane Professorship of Law in Harvard University
Siblings: General Henry Larcom Abbot (B: 13 Aug 1831, Beverly, Essex, MA - 01 Oct 1927, Cambridge, MA, age 96), Edwin Hale Abbot, Sr., (Born: 26 Jan 1834, Beverly, Essex, MA - 1927, Cambridge, Middlesex, MA) Religion: Swedenborgian, New Jerusalem Church, Boston, Suffolk, MA: Membership: 03 Feb 1856, from Cambridge, Middlesex, MA, Francis Ellingwood Abbott (B: 06 Nov 1836 Boston, Suffolk, MA - 23 Oct 1893), Emily Frances Abbot Vaughan (B: 01 Apr 1839 Wilton, Hillsboro, NH - 05 Nov 1899), an infant brother (B: 1844 - 1844), William Fitshale Abbot (B: 27 Apr 1853, Wilton, Hillsboro, NH - 1923)
Died: 02 Jul 1863, Battle of Gettysburg, Little Round Top, Mortally wounded while leading his troops, Gettysburg, Adams, PA
Burial: Central Cemetery, Beverley, Essex, MA, The Reverend James Reed, New Jerusalem Church (Swedenborgian), Boston, Suffolk, MA, officiating
Created by: Glenn Ellis
Record added: Jun 08, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 71019538
Added: Feb. 21, 2014