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3rd Vermont Infantry      
Company B
John Dunn - Private   
This is a Record of John Dunn's Death 1864 [crossed out, illegible]
Who was killed in the Third Vermont Regiment
Com. B on the 5 Thursday or on friday or Saturday. [Thursday]
He was killed [in action 5 May 1864]
In the Revised Roster of Vermont Volunteers in the War of Rebellion, Adj. Gen. Office, Montpelier, 1892, the following information is provided:

NAME: John Dunn
RESIDENCE: Substitute
RATE OF ENLIST: Aug. 10, 1863
REMARKS: Substitute for Edward Atherton, ESSEX. Killed in Action May 5, 1864, Battle of Wilderness, VA

Based on enlistment records John was 39 years of age when he died, having been in the United States about 12 years. He was 38 when he enlisted in the military. He was on duty less than 10 months.

In the Revised Roster of Vermont Volunteers, Theodore Peck, A.G. can be found this information.

John Dunn, Substitute, date of enlistment: 10 August 1863; date of muster: 10 August 1863. Substitute for an Edward S. Atherton, Essex, Vermont. Killed in action 5 May, 1864 29 years of age. Third Regiment, Company B.. also fought in the Battle of Rappahannock Station, Va, the 'Terrible Wilderness Virginiaā€¯ battle 5 May l864.
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Date Added:  11/17/2011
Company C
Hiram Hanscom - Private   
Enlisted as a Private on 01 June 1861
Enlisted in Company C, 3rd Infantry Regiment Vermont on 01 June 1861.
Received a disability discharge Company C, 3rd Infantry Regiment Vermont on 15 December 1862.
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Date Added:  1/13/2009
Company C
Alfred Prouty - Private   
Alfred Prouty is the brother of Charles Prouty. They both joined the 3rd Vermont but Alfred joined on 2/22/62 and died on 8/23/62. Ironic that his brother Charles joined the regiment on 8/18/62, five days before Alfred died.
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Date Added:  7/13/2006
Company C
Henry Clinton Stevens - Private   
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Date Added:  12/18/2009
Company E
Oscar F. Clark - Private   
Oscar F. Clark was my great, great grandfather. He was born in Oakham, MA on Dec. 21, 1842. He enrolled in Company E of the 3rd Regiment of Vermont Vol. Infantry on June 1, 1861 to serve '3 years or during the war'. He was discharged at Burlington, VT on July 27, 1864 'by reason of expiration of term of service'. He died on May 16, 1920 and is buried at New Dell Park Cemetery in Natick, MA. I have a photocopy of his original discharge and also have a booklet entitled 'Complete List of the Pensioners, Survivors of the Third Vermont Infantry 1920'. Oscar Clark is listed in this booklet.
Contact Name:  Norman C. Corliss
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Date Added:  7/4/2007
Company E
Lewis Whittemore - Private   
Enlisted as a Private on 03 October 1861
Enlisted in Company E, 3rd Infantry Regiment Vermont on 08 October 1861.
Received a disability discharge Company E, 3rd Infantry Regiment Vermont on 12 April 1862
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Date Added:  11/29/2005
Company E
Robert Davis Whittemore - Captain   
Enlisted as a Captain on 12 April 1862
Commission in Company E, 3rd Infantry Regiment Vermont on 12 April 1862.
Resigned Company E, 3rd Infantry Regiment Vermont on 19 September 1862
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Date Added:  11/29/2005
Company E
Schuyler Chamberlain Whittemore - Private   
Company: E
Unit: 3 Vermont Infantry.
Rank - Induction: Private 10/8/1861
Rank - Discharge: Private 10/8/1864
Contact Name:  Fred Rose
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Date Added:  11/29/2005
Company F
Alonzo Douglas - Private   
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Contact Name:  Sherry Settles
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Date Added:  2/6/2011
Company F
Charles H Prouty - Private   
Charles Prouty is one of my direct decendents. The Prouty family arrived in Massachusetts in 1670. The Prouty's were in over 133 union regiments. The 'Old' Vermont brigade had the highest killed then any other brigade in the union army during the civi war. The 3rd Vermont alone lost: 5 officers killed, 201 enlisted men killed or mortally wounded. 1 officer and 164 enlisted men died from disease. Total: 371 (3rd Vermont)
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Date Added:  6/29/2006
Company I
George A. Ford - Corporal   
Information about regiment and company was found on gravestone in Guildhall, Vt. George Ford mustered in as a private. He reenlisted and mustered out as a corporal. He was wounded at the Wilderness and captured at Petersburg; he was paroled out from his captivity. He was a farmer in Guildhall Vermont for the remainder of his life. He never talked about the war at all to his son, my grandfather, so no stories were passed on directly by Mr. Ford.
Contact Name:  Darlene Ford McCall
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Date Added:  7/26/2005
Company K
John Draper Carpenter - Private   
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Contact Name:  Kenneth Corliss
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Date Added:  1/27/2004
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