From the Middlebury Register, Oct. 10, 1913:
The remains of Julius W. Porter, a Civil War veteran, were brought here Tuesday on the 11:30 train from Bath, N.Y., and the funeral services held on arrival of the train, the Rev. A.A. Lancaster officiating. The members of William P. Russell post, No. 89, G.A.R., met at the station and accompanied them to the burial plot in the West cemetery. Mr. Porter was a former resident of this village. The bearers were Edward Goulette, Charles E. Youtt, W.L. Cady, James M. Tracey, Otis Abbey and Harrison Whittemore, all members of Russell post. The remains were accompanied by his two nephews, Cornelius P. Kitchell of Bath, N.Y., and William H. Porter of New York city and Mr. and Mrs. Cunningham. Mr. Porter was a veteran of the Civil war.
Sergt., Co. C., 7th Regt. Vt. Inf., U.S.V.; Capt., Co. G., 2nd Regt. La. Cav., U.S.V.
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