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George W Burrows
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Birth: unknown
Camden
Kent County
Delaware, USA
Death: Jan. 23, 1887
New Bedford
Bristol County
Massachusetts, USA

George W. Burrows (landsman) ~ arrived on the Monitor 7/30/1862 from the Port Royal; transferred back. According to Pension records he Died January 23, 1887 in MA. Wife was Ruth E.

National Archives Catalog Title:
Case Files of Disapproved Pension Applications of Widows and Other Dependents of Navy Veterans , compiled ca. 1861 - ca. 1910
Fold3 Job:
11-045
Language:
English
Country:
United States
Short Description:
NARA M1274. Disapproved pension applications of widows and other dependents of U.S. Navy veterans who served between 1861 and 1910.
Veteran Surname:
Burrows
Veteran Given Name:
George
Application Number:
7564
Pensioner Surname:
Burrows
Pensioner Given Name:
Ruth E
Relationship:
Widow

USS Port Royal (1862) was a double-ended steamboat acquired by the Union Navy during the American Civil War. The steamboat was converted into an armed gunboat by the Navy, and assigned to patrol the rivers and other waterways of the Confederate States of America and to enforce the Union blockade on the South.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USS_Port_Royal_%281862%29

USS Monitor, a 987-ton armored turret gunboat, was built at New York to the design of John Ericsson. She was the first of what became a large number of "monitors" in the United States and other navies. Commissioned on 25 February 1862, she soon was underway for Hampton Roads, Virginia. Monitor arrived there on 9 March, and was immediately sent into action against the Confederate ironclad Virginia , which had sunk two U.S. Navy ships the previous day. The resulting battle, the first between iron-armored warships, was a tactical draw. However, Monitor prevented the Virginia from gaining control of Hampton Roads and thus preserved the Federal blockade of the Norfolk area.

Following this historic action, Monitor remained in the Hampton Roads area and, in mid-1862 was actively employed along the James River in support of the Army's Peninsular Campaign. In late December 1862, Monitor was ordered south for further operations. Caught in a storm off Cape Hatteras, she foundered on 31 December. Her wreck was discovered in 1974 and is now a marine sanctuary. Work is presently underway to recover major components of her structure and machinery, to be followed by extensive preservation efforts and ultimate museum exhibition.

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Family links: 
 Spouse:
  Ruth E Francis Burroughs (1838 - 1890)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Oak Grove Cemetery
New Bedford
Bristol County
Massachusetts, USA
 
Created by: Rubbings
Record added: Apr 03, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 88021863
George W Burrows
Added by: Carol L
 
George W Burrows
Added by: Rubbings
 
George W Burrows
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