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 George M Bennett

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George M Bennett

Birth
Vermont, USA
Death
4 May 1889 (aged 81–82)
Iowa, USA
Burial
Dubuque, Dubuque County, Iowa, USA
Memorial ID
84972526 View Source

George Bennett was the son of Terah Bennett (born 1770 Middleboro, MA - died Nov 19, 1846 Portage County, OH - interred in Restland Cemetery) and Mary [Polly] Sears (born 1771 Wareham, MA - died March 2, 1855 Leicester, NY - interred in Taunton Cemetery).

He married Elain [Elwine/Elain] Hall on December 3, 1828 in Cuyahoga County, OH. George was a painter by trade.

George served in the Civil War September 1, 1862 - May 24, 1865 as principal musician in Company F, Iowa 37th Infantry Regiment.

Researching the activity of the 37th Regiment of Iowa infantry during the years George served, he would have been part of the detachments guarding the Pacific Railroad from St Louis west to Jefferson, and guarding military prisons in Missouri and Illinois.

George's son Malcom Oratio served in the Civil War May 18, 1861 - September 6, 1862 in Company A, Iowa 3rd Infantry Regiment. Malcom is interred in Nelson Cemetery, Nuckolls County, NE.

George's son George Douglas served in the Civil War October 1, 1861 - November 2, 1864 in Company C, 1st Regiment Engineers Missouri.
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George Douglas Bennett, son of George M. Bennett & Elwine (Elaine) Hall, married Maria L. Yemmons Feb 17, 1851 in Dubuque. George M & his son George Douglas both served in the Civil War. George M Bennett served from Sep 1, 1862 - May 24, 1865. He was principal musician & was promoted to full drum major on Jul 16, 1863.

George Bennett was the son of Terah Bennett (born 1770 Middleboro, MA - died Nov 19, 1846 Portage County, OH - interred in Restland Cemetery) and Mary [Polly] Sears (born 1771 Wareham, MA - died March 2, 1855 Leicester, NY - interred in Taunton Cemetery).

He married Elain [Elwine/Elain] Hall on December 3, 1828 in Cuyahoga County, OH. George was a painter by trade.

George served in the Civil War September 1, 1862 - May 24, 1865 as principal musician in Company F, Iowa 37th Infantry Regiment.

Researching the activity of the 37th Regiment of Iowa infantry during the years George served, he would have been part of the detachments guarding the Pacific Railroad from St Louis west to Jefferson, and guarding military prisons in Missouri and Illinois.

George's son Malcom Oratio served in the Civil War May 18, 1861 - September 6, 1862 in Company A, Iowa 3rd Infantry Regiment. Malcom is interred in Nelson Cemetery, Nuckolls County, NE.

George's son George Douglas served in the Civil War October 1, 1861 - November 2, 1864 in Company C, 1st Regiment Engineers Missouri.
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George Douglas Bennett, son of George M. Bennett & Elwine (Elaine) Hall, married Maria L. Yemmons Feb 17, 1851 in Dubuque. George M & his son George Douglas both served in the Civil War. George M Bennett served from Sep 1, 1862 - May 24, 1865. He was principal musician & was promoted to full drum major on Jul 16, 1863.


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GEO. BENNETT
CO. F.
37TH IOWA INF.


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