|Birth: ||Feb. 21, 1841|
|Death: ||Mar. 19, 1917|
Howard C. Chapin
Residence Readsboro VT;
Enlisted on 8/13/1861 as a Private.
On 9/21/1861 he mustered into "A" Co. VT 4th Infantry
He was Mustered Out on 7/13/1865
He was listed as:
POW 6/23/1864 Weldon Railroad, VA (Paroled)
Paroled 3/1/1865 (place not stated)
2nd Lieut 8/1/1862 (As of Co. B)
1st Lieut 4/1/1863 (As of Co. F)
Capt 5/5/1864 (As of Co. C)
Intra Regimental Company Transfers:
9/29/1862 from company A to company B
9/7/1863 from company B to company F
6/11/1864 from company F to company C
Employed in mining and operated hotels in Georgetown, Colorado, and Denver. Living in Denver, Colorado, on 1910 Federal census.
He applied for an Invalid Pension, 3 May, 1904 (App #1314454, Certificate #1089141).
Led a colorful lifestyle: His first wife shot him during an argument.
He attended the 50th Anniversary GAR Encampment at Gettysburg as the governor's representative for Colorado.
Died 3/19/1917 in Denver, Colorado.
His obituary in a Denver newspaper referred to him as "Colonel H. C. Chapin." It related that he was taken prisoner by a Confederate cavalry outpost on June 23, 1864 while carrying orders and was confined to Libby prison. Granted an invalid pension from Colorado in 1914.
Lucy Ann Olmstead Chapin (1817 - 1896)
Louise A Mills Chapin (1843 - 1900)
Sophia N. Chapin Benedict (1839 - 1926)*
Howard Church Chapin (1841 - 1917)
Samuel L Chapin (1844 - 1921)*
William H. Chapin (1847 - 1914)*
Note: Date is burial date
Plot: Military Section
Created by: Bev
Record added: Mar 15, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 18425279