Born in Townshend, Vermont. Enlisted in Co. F 4th VT. Inf. 8/2/1861 credited to Brattleboro. Captured at the Weldon Railroad 6/23/1864. Survived Andersonville. Paroled 4/15 or 4/21/65. Mustered out 5/18/65. The St. Albans Daily of 8/20/1902 listed him among those attending the reunion of Co. F 4th Vermont held at Brattleboro. He also was one of seven veterans to attend the 1906 Company F reunion at the dedication of the Brattleboro Civil War monument on the site of Camp Holbrook. Died 5/20/1917. Buried in the Meeting House Hill Cemetery at Brattleboro. Granted an invalid pension in 1882. Lura L. Fisher granted a widow's pension in 1917.
Herbert S Fisher
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