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 Eugene Daniel Chilson

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Eugene Daniel Chilson

Birth
New Haven, New Haven County, Connecticut, USA
Death
Apr 1915 (aged 81)
Vergennes, Addison County, Vermont, USA
Burial
Vergennes, Addison County, Vermont, USA
Memorial ID
42141312 View Source

Civil War Veteran, Co B, 5th Vermont Volunteers.

Suggested edit: Though born in New Haven, he spent his early life in Wisconsin. On his return to VT he was engaged in the livery business. August 27 1861 he enlisted for three years in Company B, Fifth VT Infantry. At the expiration of enlistment he re-enlisted. June 29, 1865 he was honorably discharged. For some years after, he conducted a hotel in Huntington. In 1868 he moved to WI for about five years. He then returned to New Haven and then to Vergennes. He was a member of Ethan Allen Post, GAR of Vergennes. In politics, Mr. Chilson was a republican. Sept. 30 1867 he married Miss Sarah Durfee of New Haven who predeceased by him by only a few weeks. He had two sons, Oliver E., and George B. as well as one daughter, Mrs. William A. Dalrymple. Taken from an obit in the Burlington Free Press April 15, 1915, pg. 2. Contributor: BLC (47047357) • [email protected]

Civil War Veteran, Co B, 5th Vermont Volunteers.

Suggested edit: Though born in New Haven, he spent his early life in Wisconsin. On his return to VT he was engaged in the livery business. August 27 1861 he enlisted for three years in Company B, Fifth VT Infantry. At the expiration of enlistment he re-enlisted. June 29, 1865 he was honorably discharged. For some years after, he conducted a hotel in Huntington. In 1868 he moved to WI for about five years. He then returned to New Haven and then to Vergennes. He was a member of Ethan Allen Post, GAR of Vergennes. In politics, Mr. Chilson was a republican. Sept. 30 1867 he married Miss Sarah Durfee of New Haven who predeceased by him by only a few weeks. He had two sons, Oliver E., and George B. as well as one daughter, Mrs. William A. Dalrymple. Taken from an obit in the Burlington Free Press April 15, 1915, pg. 2. Contributor: BLC (47047357) • [email protected]


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