From the Rutland Daily Herald, October 27, 1916:
Castleton - Bishop C. Guilder, a well known citizen, died at his home on Seminary street Thursday morning of heart disease. He had been confined to the house most of the time since May. Mr. Guilder was born April 5, 1837, having lived in Castleton 30[?] years. He served in the 10th Vermont regiment, company E, in the Civil war, losing his right arm at Petersburgh and suffering a gunshot wound in his left arm at Winchester. He was a member of the Grand Army post, having served it as commander. Five of his brothers also served in the Civil war. During the early part of his army life he lost his infant daughter. He is survived by his wife, three brothers, Harry and Bernan Guilder of Poultney and Frank Guilder of Lake George, N.Y., one sister, Mrs. Dorrance of Argyle, N.Y., and by his niece, Miss Mabel E. Guilder. The funeral services will be held at the house Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
Annie M. Welch Guilder
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