James Clark


James Clark

Death 19 Jul 1862 (aged 20–21)
Troy, Rensselaer County, New York, USA
Burial Bristol, Addison County, Vermont, USA
Memorial ID 31242981 View Source

"Son of Charles and Permelia Clark, died in Troy NY, 20 yrs,9 mos." (on front of stone)

American Civil War Soldiers

Name: James Clark
RESIDENCE: Lincoln, Vermont
Enlistment Date: 30 Sep 1861
Side Served: Union
State Served: Vermont
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 30 September 1861.
Enlisted in Company A, 6th Infantry Regiment Vermont on 15 Oct 1861.
Died from wounds Company A, 6th Infantry Regiment Vermont on 19 Jul 1862.

Additional information below has been supplied by: jhb

Inscription from "Underhill Society of America; Twenty-Fifth Annual Report" dated May 12, 1917. Visit was on Sept. 10, 1912 states that the stone says (this must be on the back side where it has fallen over).

Died in Troy, N. Y., July 19, 1862, James, son of Charles C. Permelia Clark, Æ 20 yrs. & 9 mos. Volunteer in the Vt. 6, Co. A. Wounded in the shoulder by a ball, June 27, near Savage Station, Va.

I have fought my last battle,
I have got my discharge,
I now report to Jesus,
And get my reward.

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stone has fallen over.

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