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 Francis S. Martin

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Francis S. Martin

Birth
Williamstown, Orange County, Vermont, USA
Death
11 Oct 1865 (aged 31)
Williamstown, Orange County, Vermont, USA
Burial
Williamstown, Orange County, Vermont, USA
Memorial ID
35780790 View Source

Francis S. Martin was the older of two Martin brothers to serve in the army of the Potomac. Frank followed his younger brother, William Henry into the army. Frank enlisted September 17, 1863. He was mustered in as a private in Company “F” Second Vermont Infantry.

Frank was slightly wounded at the Battle of the Wilderness, Frank, after recovering from his wound, returned to his company.

During the battle of Cedar Creek on October 19,1864, Frank was severely wounded, he was discharged with disability August 15, 1865 .

Voices From the Attic-The Williamstown Boys in the Civil War is a book that was written from the letters that were sent home by Frances and his brother Henry during the civil war.

Francis S. Martin was the older of two Martin brothers to serve in the army of the Potomac. Frank followed his younger brother, William Henry into the army. Frank enlisted September 17, 1863. He was mustered in as a private in Company “F” Second Vermont Infantry.

Frank was slightly wounded at the Battle of the Wilderness, Frank, after recovering from his wound, returned to his company.

During the battle of Cedar Creek on October 19,1864, Frank was severely wounded, he was discharged with disability August 15, 1865 .

Voices From the Attic-The Williamstown Boys in the Civil War is a book that was written from the letters that were sent home by Frances and his brother Henry during the civil war.


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