A Civil War Veteran; 154th NY INF
There is no stone for him - burial records confirm his internment - Section B lot 41 with Edwin & Rosalyn Nash markers noted.
Obituary Burlington Free Press (courtesy DebL)
February 08, 1912:
Edwin Henry Nash, in his 70th year, was found dead in bed Thursday morning at eight o'clock by his sister, Miss Frances Nash. Mr. Nash, who lived with his son, Edwin F. Nash, at Appletree Point, had retired in unusually good health at ten the night before and his death was totally unexpected. He had been in good health for months past, and it was not thought that he had any heart trouble. He was born in Musseltown, P.Q. November 20, 1842, and removed in early life to Chateaugay, N. Y., where he enlisted in 1861 as artificer in the First New York Volunteers, engineer corps, going then to New York and serving with great credit. He later settled in this city and had resided the past six years with his son at Appletree Point. He was a skilled mechanic and machinist and for 27
years was employed at the woolen mill in Winooski. He is survived by his son E. F. Nash, a daughter, Mrs. Charie Spaulding of Richmond, two brothers, George D. Nash of Winooski and Charles P. Nash of Eureka, Kans., and by his sister, Miss Frances Nash. The funeral was held Saturday afternoon at two at the house and the remains were placed in the vault at Lake View Cemetery.
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