|Death: ||May, 1863|
William Waller Hayden and Isabella Brown Thomson were living in Monroe County, Clay Township, Missouri at the time of the 1860 Census. William's profession was listed as farmer.
William Waller Hayden died fighting in the Battle of Chancellorsville during the Civil War. He died May 3, 1863. He had enlisted just 2 months earlier on March 3, 1863.
He was a private with Jordan D. Smith's Battery Company (Formerly Captain T.C. Jordan's) Virginia Light Artillery. (and then Sheridan's Battalion Arty. Army of North Virginia.?) Also listed is Battery A. 10th Battalion Field Artillery.( Source-Application for Headstone or Marker- War Department O.G.M.G. Form N
Mrs. William Steptoe Foster (Mrs. W.S. Foster) made application for a headstone-officially "Application for Headstone or Marker) on October 31, 1944 for a government issued 'upright marble stone' for the unmarked grave of William Waller Hayden. Mrs. Foster was the niece of Isabella Brown Thomson Hayden, widow of William Waller Hayden.
( Source-Application for Headstone or Marker- War Department O.G.M.G. Form No.623)
Alice William Hayden Bunting (1860 - 1908)*
Saint Thomas Episcopal Church Cemetery
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Originally Created by: David Simpson
Record added: Jun 12, 2006
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