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 William W. Garvin

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William W. Garvin

Birth
Danby, Rutland County, Vermont, USA
Death
7 Mar 1865 (aged 25)
Annapolis, Anne Arundel County, Maryland, USA
Burial
Saint Albans, Franklin County, Vermont, USA
Memorial ID
32994880 View Source

American Civil War Soldiers

Name: William Garvin
RESIDENCE: St Albans, Vermont
Enlistment Date: 2 May 1861
Side Served: Union
State Served: Vermont
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 2 May 1861.
Enlisted in Company A, 1st Infantry Regiment Vermont on 9 May 1861.
Mustered Out Company A, 1st Infantry Regiment Vermont on 15 Aug 1861 at Brattleboro, VT.


American Civil War Soldiers

Name: William Garvin
RESIDENCE: St Albans, Vermont
Enlistment Date: 23 Jul 1862
Side Served: Union
State Served: Vermont
Service Record: Promoted to Full Privateate (Reduced to ranks).
Enlisted as a Corporal on 23 July 1862.
Commission in Company I, 10th Infantry Regiment Vermont on 1 Sep 1862.
Died of disease Company I, 10th Infantry Regiment Vermont on 7 Mar 1865.


Garvin lots

Abbie F Garvin, 26 yrs

Wm W. Garvin, 25 yrs, 6mos, GAR

Ellen E, d/o of Thomas and Betsey Garvin, 21 yrs, 3 mos.

Thomas Garvin
wife: Betsey

Eliza Jones, d/o Thomas and Betsey Garvin, 2 yrs, 1 mo.
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Info below provided by: FrancisMattesonLine


He was a POW at Andersonville, GA in 1864. He died at Camp Parole in Annapolis, MD.

The Barry Report on National Cemeteries: Annapolis National Cemetery MD

Garvin # William W. I 10 St.Albans Y/DTNOK. Camp Parole, MD - PC.3/7/1865. MD. Disease Camp Parole Hospital, Annapolis.

Prisoners held in Confederate Prisons who were known to have been transferred from Andersonville, GA to other prisons and who are who died at locations other than Andersonville. When Andersonville became too crowded in the late summer of 1864, many prisoners were transferred to a new prison at Millen, GA. The approach of the Union forced the camp to close after only a few months and the prisoners were transferred to other Confederate prisons primarily in Georgia and North and South Carolina. And by the spring of 1865, both Millen And Andersonville were closed.

Disinterred and delivered to next of kin.
Died while serving parole terms.



American Civil War Soldiers

Name: William Garvin
RESIDENCE: St Albans, Vermont
Enlistment Date: 2 May 1861
Side Served: Union
State Served: Vermont
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 2 May 1861.
Enlisted in Company A, 1st Infantry Regiment Vermont on 9 May 1861.
Mustered Out Company A, 1st Infantry Regiment Vermont on 15 Aug 1861 at Brattleboro, VT.


American Civil War Soldiers

Name: William Garvin
RESIDENCE: St Albans, Vermont
Enlistment Date: 23 Jul 1862
Side Served: Union
State Served: Vermont
Service Record: Promoted to Full Privateate (Reduced to ranks).
Enlisted as a Corporal on 23 July 1862.
Commission in Company I, 10th Infantry Regiment Vermont on 1 Sep 1862.
Died of disease Company I, 10th Infantry Regiment Vermont on 7 Mar 1865.


Garvin lots

Abbie F Garvin, 26 yrs

Wm W. Garvin, 25 yrs, 6mos, GAR

Ellen E, d/o of Thomas and Betsey Garvin, 21 yrs, 3 mos.

Thomas Garvin
wife: Betsey

Eliza Jones, d/o Thomas and Betsey Garvin, 2 yrs, 1 mo.
---------


Info below provided by: FrancisMattesonLine


He was a POW at Andersonville, GA in 1864. He died at Camp Parole in Annapolis, MD.

The Barry Report on National Cemeteries: Annapolis National Cemetery MD

Garvin # William W. I 10 St.Albans Y/DTNOK. Camp Parole, MD - PC.3/7/1865. MD. Disease Camp Parole Hospital, Annapolis.

Prisoners held in Confederate Prisons who were known to have been transferred from Andersonville, GA to other prisons and who are who died at locations other than Andersonville. When Andersonville became too crowded in the late summer of 1864, many prisoners were transferred to a new prison at Millen, GA. The approach of the Union forced the camp to close after only a few months and the prisoners were transferred to other Confederate prisons primarily in Georgia and North and South Carolina. And by the spring of 1865, both Millen And Andersonville were closed.

Disinterred and delivered to next of kin.
Died while serving parole terms.




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