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George E + Alice L FOGG [b. ca 1845 VT, d. by 1900 ?NH?] ~ VERMONT CIVIL WAR VET
Posted by: Jan H. Jordan (ID *****1076) Date: September 14, 2005 at 20:54:12
In Reply to: Re: searching for Samuel FOGG b.June 1, 1716 in Kittery, MAINE by Steve Rauch of 915

Hi Steve,
Is your George Ellery Fogg the same person as my George E. FOGG who married Alice L. FOGG? Seeking death dates and places of 1) George E. FOGG, son of George W. FOGG [b. ca 1745 VT - d. bef. 1900 in ?NH? who was my maternal 2 great grand uncle; see CIVIL WAR military listing below] and 2) his wife, Alice L. FOGG who died after 1910 in unknown.

Hope you are a newly found cousin.
THANKS in advance,
Jan in VT <>]
Hartford, Windsor County, Vermont.

Enlisted Feb. 16, 1864.
Mustered into 3rd Regiment, Company F: Feb. 19, 1864.

13 Military engagements in Virginia, Maryland and West Virginia. For more data on this Union Soldier check out

Remarks: Transferred to Co. K, July 25, 1864; Mustered out: May 31, 1865.
ROSTER OF VERMONTERS WHO SERVED IN THE CIVIL WAR, prepared and republished under the direction of Martha T. Rainville, The Adjutant General, Vol. 1, Camp Johnson, Colchester, Vermont, 1988, page 200, page 91.

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