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 Philemon Howard Hanchett

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Philemon Howard Hanchett

Birth
Westport, Essex County, New York, USA
Death
28 Mar 1918 (aged 73)
Grand Island, Hall County, Nebraska, USA
Burial
Fairbury, Jefferson County, Nebraska, USA
Memorial ID
19824456 View Source

Served with Co. C of the 7th VT Infantry per list of veteran burials in this cemetery.
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Grand Island (Nebraska) Daily Independent
Saturday, 30 March 1918
Soldiers Home Notes

Mr. P. H. Hanchett, who for the past several months has been very ill at the west hospital at Burkett and whose conditions has of late been very grave, passed away on Thursday afternoon. A son of the deceased, residing at Fairbury, has been with him for the past week and was at his bedside when death claimed him. The remains will be taken to Fairbury for interment. Mr. Hanchett was a private in Company C, Seventh Vermont infantry and served for a period of three years in the Civil war. His bereaved widow, who resides at Burkett, and the children, have the heartfelt sympathy of the entire membership.
(and on another page in the same newspaper)
Veteran Passes Away
P. H. Hanchett, a member of the Soldiers' Home, passed away yesterday morning at the institution, death resulting from chronic dysentery. He was 73 years, 5 months and 6 days of age at the time of his demise. His wife and a number of sons survive him. The remains were sent to Fairbury this morning for burial.

Served with Co. C of the 7th VT Infantry per list of veteran burials in this cemetery.
~~~~~~~~~
Grand Island (Nebraska) Daily Independent
Saturday, 30 March 1918
Soldiers Home Notes

Mr. P. H. Hanchett, who for the past several months has been very ill at the west hospital at Burkett and whose conditions has of late been very grave, passed away on Thursday afternoon. A son of the deceased, residing at Fairbury, has been with him for the past week and was at his bedside when death claimed him. The remains will be taken to Fairbury for interment. Mr. Hanchett was a private in Company C, Seventh Vermont infantry and served for a period of three years in the Civil war. His bereaved widow, who resides at Burkett, and the children, have the heartfelt sympathy of the entire membership.
(and on another page in the same newspaper)
Veteran Passes Away
P. H. Hanchett, a member of the Soldiers' Home, passed away yesterday morning at the institution, death resulting from chronic dysentery. He was 73 years, 5 months and 6 days of age at the time of his demise. His wife and a number of sons survive him. The remains were sent to Fairbury this morning for burial.


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