|Birth: ||Oct. 17, 1839|
|Death: ||Apr. 18, 1910|
Vermont Adjutant General. Son of Vermont legislator and probate judge Alexander H. Gilmore and Mary May (Child) Gilmore. Educated at New London Academy. Began farming. Joined Company D, 8th Vermont Volunteer Regiment, 1861. Served until being mustered out in 1864, rising in rank to regimental supply sergeant. Commended on numerous occasions for arranging timely acquisition and distribution of food, ammunition and equipment. Returned to Vermont farm. Fairlee Town Treasurer for over 39 years. Vermont House, 1878. Vermont Senate, 1882. Colonel on staff of Governor Barstow, 1882-83. Elected Quartermaster General, Vermont National Guard, 1886. Appointed Inspector and Adjutant General, September, 1900. Elected Quartermaster, Inspector and Adjutant General, November, 1900, serving until his death. Commencement speaker, Norwich University, 1902. Member, Reunion Society of Vermont Officers. Member, Grand Army of the Republic. President, Orange County Agricultural Society. Grand Army of the Republic post in Williamstown was named for him.
Mary T. Haselton Gilmore (1839 - 1917)
Upper Plain Cemetery
Created by: Bill McKern
Record added: May 03, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 14160127