We Have Work To Do
WILLIAM PERRY BORN SEPT. 28, 1822 DIED MARCH 1, 1882
CATHERINE dau of L.A. & C.M. EDGELL DIED JUNE 2, 1858 AE. 20 Y’s.
CAROLINE MATILDA WIFE OF L.A.EDGELL & DAU’T. OF Hen. S. STONE of GALWAY, N.Y. DIED NOV. 5, 1848. AE. 38 Y’s.
HORACE WING DIED JAN. 20. 1867 AE. 77 Yrs.
They all have something in common. Their headstones are broken and lying flat on the ground. We have work to do. Join us this winter and work with us this summer to perserve their heritage.
Vermont in the Civil War
Vermont in the Civil War is a grassroots project attempting to document the contributions of over 35,000 Green Mountain Men and Women, some of whom gave their all for the Union during the War of Rebellion from 1861 to 1866, and thousands more who endured the physical and psychological scars of that time in their lives until they answered the final roll call. More than 28,000 served in Vermont units, hundreds more the regular army and navy. In 1860, almost exactly 1/2 of those born in Vermont were no longer living there - and we have found nearly 6,000 Vermont natives who served in every Union State's units, plus more than 50 for the Confederacy...Read on...