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 Ebenezer Kellogg Sibley

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Ebenezer Kellogg Sibley

Birth
Essex, Chittenden County, Vermont, USA
Death 27 Jul 1895 (aged 53)
Victoria, Capital Regional District, British Columbia, Canada
Burial Dixon, Lee County, Illinois, USA
Plot A/00027 GAR Grave Stake #125
Memorial ID 18745188 View Source

Residence Westford, VT;
Enlisted 5/13/61, mustered In 6/20/61, as a private in Co. G, 2nd Vermont Volunteer Infantry; discharged 12/22/61.

Enlisted on 9/25/1862 as 1st Sergeant. On 12/30/1862 he was mustered into Co. M, 1st Vermont Cavalry; POW 7/6/1863 Hagerstown, MD; paroled 11/17/1863 (place not stated).
Promotions:
2nd Lieut. 4/6/1863 (While in Co. M)
1st Lieut. 7/7/1864
Capt. 2/9/1865 (While in Co. B)
Intra Regimental Transfers:
3/6/1865 from Co. M to Co. B
6/21/1865 from Co. B to Co. C.
He was Mustered Out on 8/9/1865

Additional Information:
Breveted MAJ from 3/13/65 for gallant and meritorious services in the field. After the war he served on the staff of the governor of Vermont as aide-de-camp with the rank of colonel.
Possible Memorial Cenotaph

Son of John and Nancy (Kellogg) Sibley.
His father John was b. 3 Jul 1791 Westford, VT., d. 24 Mar 1872 Winooski, VT.
His mother Nancy was b. 12 Mar 1809 Essex, VT., d. 13 Jun 1885, Winooski, VT.
Source: "The Sibley Family in America" Vol. 1, page 124.
Contributor D. Curtis # 47355469


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