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  1. gentlemanrob

    US Smith, John Gregory - Gov. of Vermont

    John Gregory Smith Born: July 22, 1818 Birthplace: St. Albans, Vermont Father: U.S. Congressman John Smith 1789 – 1858 (Buried: Greenwood Cemetery, Saint Albans, Vermont) Mother: Maria Waitstill Curtis 1791 – 1877 (Buried: Greenwood Cemetery, Saint Albans, Vermont) Wife: Ann Eliza Brainerd...
  2. gentlemanrob

    US Holbrook, Frederick - Gov. of Vermont

    Frederick Holbrook Born: February 15, 1813 Birthplace: East Windsor, Connecticut Father: Publisher John Holbrook 1761 – 1838 (Buried: Prospect Hill Cemetery, Brattleboro, Vermont) Mother: Sarah Knowlton 1767 – 1851 (Buried: Prospect Hill Cemetery, Brattleboro, Vermont) Wife: Harriet Goodhue...
  3. gentlemanrob

    US Fairbanks, Erastus - Gov. of Vermont

    Erastus Fairbanks Born: October 28, 1792 Birthplace: Brimfield, Massachusetts Father: Joseph Fairbanks 1763 – 1846 (Buried: Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Saint Johnsbury, Vermont) Mother: Phebe Paddock 1760 – 1853 (Buried: Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Saint Johnsbury, Vermont) Wife: Lois Crossman...
  4. JPK Huson 1863

    Clark Kent's Grandfather, Vermont's Bullet Proof Calvin Adams

    Recruiting posters are wonderful, the era idea of soldier-super hero a frequent illustration. They got them. public access Just made up the part about Clark Kent. Ok so he's made up too but his ancestry could look a lot like a Vermont soldier, Calvin Adams. If Calvin Adams of this story is who...
  5. CivilWarTalk

    State of Vermont Monument (Gettysburg)

    MONUMENT PROFILEPhoto ©Michael Kendra, April 2002. Battlefield: Gettysburg National Military Park, Pennsylvania Location: Hancock Avenue, just North of the Pennsylvania Monument Map Coordinates: +39° 48' 33.98", -77° 14' 10.93" Men Engaged at Gettysburg from Vermont: 4,360 Gettysburg...
  6. Belle Montgomery

    Dept. of Defense Medal of Honor Monday: Civil War Medal of Honor Monday: Army 1st Lt. George E. Davis

    More than 1,500 service members earned the Medal of Honor during the Civil War, which also happens to be when the medal was created, so it’s fitting to kick off this New Year with a recipient who was instrumental in keeping our country whole. REST OF...
  7. John Hartwell

    "An Unknown Heroine," Elizabeth Keyser VanMetre

    Mrs VanMetre as she appeared in 1877 The story told in the book, An Unknown Heroine: an historical episode of the war between the states by L. E. Chittenden, (1892), is a unique and astonishing one. It is a complex one, relating the life and military service of Lt. Henry E. Bedell. He had...
  8. Green Mountain Mariner

    Hi, fresh fish from Vermont

    Glad to be here. I'm the creator and webmaster of Vermont in the Civil War, a grass-roots effort to document Vermont's participation in the war. Site includes 37,000 soldiers (Union, Confederate, Colored Troops), civilians who participated in the war effort, including a growing section on...
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