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 Henry Chiott

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Henry Chiott

Birth
Burlington, Chittenden County, Vermont, USA
Death
24 Aug 1907 (aged 66)
Burlington, Chittenden County, Vermont, USA
Burial
Burlington, Chittenden County, Vermont, USA
Memorial ID
54029022 View Source

A Civil War Veteran
Wagoner, Co. B, 1st Vermont Calvary (VVC)

Burlington weekly free press., August 29, 1907
Death of Capt. Chiott.
Served through the War in the First
Vermont Cavalry.

Captain Henry Chiott, keeper of the beacon lights on the Burlington breakwater for the past 12 years or more, died at his home early Saturday morning after a long illness. He had been confined to the house for four months, during which time he suffered greatly.
Mr. Chiott was born in Burlington March 9, 1841, and followed the occupation of sailor and boat builder. He enlisted from Burlington October 14, 1861 as wagoner in Co. B, 1st Vermont cavalry; was taken prisoner May 24, 1862 and confined in Libby prison; paroled September 13, 1862, and mustered out November 18, 1864 at the expiration of his term of service and resumed his former occupation . He joined Stannard Post, No. 2, G. A. R. September 19, 1876. Capt. Chiott is survived by his wife and three children, Mrs. Mabel Lewis of Syracuse, N. Y., Edgar and Charles of Burlington, and one sister, Mrs. Dennis of Springfield, Mass.

The funeral services were held at the family home, 204 Pine street, Monday afternoon at three o'clock, with burial in Lake View cemetery. The ritual burial service of the G. A. R. was conducted by Stannard Post.
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DebL

A Civil War Veteran
Wagoner, Co. B, 1st Vermont Calvary (VVC)

Burlington weekly free press., August 29, 1907
Death of Capt. Chiott.
Served through the War in the First
Vermont Cavalry.

Captain Henry Chiott, keeper of the beacon lights on the Burlington breakwater for the past 12 years or more, died at his home early Saturday morning after a long illness. He had been confined to the house for four months, during which time he suffered greatly.
Mr. Chiott was born in Burlington March 9, 1841, and followed the occupation of sailor and boat builder. He enlisted from Burlington October 14, 1861 as wagoner in Co. B, 1st Vermont cavalry; was taken prisoner May 24, 1862 and confined in Libby prison; paroled September 13, 1862, and mustered out November 18, 1864 at the expiration of his term of service and resumed his former occupation . He joined Stannard Post, No. 2, G. A. R. September 19, 1876. Capt. Chiott is survived by his wife and three children, Mrs. Mabel Lewis of Syracuse, N. Y., Edgar and Charles of Burlington, and one sister, Mrs. Dennis of Springfield, Mass.

The funeral services were held at the family home, 204 Pine street, Monday afternoon at three o'clock, with burial in Lake View cemetery. The ritual burial service of the G. A. R. was conducted by Stannard Post.
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DebL


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  • Created by: Sabina
  • Added: 23 Jun 2010
  • Find a Grave Memorial ID: 54029022
  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/54029022/henry-chiott: accessed ), memorial page for Henry Chiott (9 Mar 1841–24 Aug 1907), Find a Grave Memorial ID 54029022, citing Lakeview Cemetery, Burlington, Chittenden County, Vermont, USA; Maintained by Sabina (contributor 47283800) .