My blog has been changed to make it more appealing for those who have New England ancestors and want to see the area through photos. Things I’ll include are typical white New England churches, libraries showing their genealogical collection, historical societies, cemeteries, war memorials, in general, anything to do with history.

For four years I’ve blogged mostly about my personal genealogy in New England (Connecticut, Massachusetts, Vermont, and New Hampshire), New York, New Jersey, Michigan, Illinois, Wyoming, and the Eastern Townships of Quebec, Canada. I still will, can’t forget my own roots.

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Monday, August 18, 2014

Memorial Tablets, Revolutionary War and Civil War, Stow, Massachusetts

These Tablets
Are Erected
by the
Town of Stow
on its
Two Hundredth Anniversary May 16, 1883
in Commemoration of the Valor
and Devotion of its citizens who aided
in Achieving American Independence
and Extending the Liberty
and Preserving the Unity of Our Country
and Who Died in Their Country's Service
___

SOLDIERS IN THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR
___

John Gordon
Died in Camp at Cambridge June 19, 1775

Daniel Gates
Died Jan 20, 1778

Ephraim Gates
Died March 19, 1778

Stephen Hale
Died July 2, 1778

Benjamin Gates
Died July 9, 1778

SOLDIERS IN THE CIVIL WAR ENDING AUG. 20, 1866

Winfield H. Benham
May 18, 1863 New Orleans

John Brown
Sept. 5, 1864 Point Lookout VA

John Alpheus Brown
Dec. 8, 1864 Winchester VA

Thomas Cunningham
Oct. 30, 1864 Saulsbury Prison N.C.

Edward Andrew Davidson
Nov. 9, 1864 Baltimore, MD

William Henry Dunlap
Jan. 13, 1863, New York

Samuel Hampton
June 5, 1864 Rebel Prison

Albert Mordough Kinsbury
Aug. 31, 1864 Gaines Mill VA

Daniel Artemas Lovering
June 3, 1864 Cold Harbor VA

Francis William Moore
April 19, 1863 New Orleans

Albion Nutting
Oct. 14, 1864 Washington D.C.

George Whitmarsh Parks
July 2, 1863 Gettysburg Penn

Charles F. Perry
Mar 18, 1863

James Rye
Mar 4, 1864 Vienna VA

Abraham Foster Rogers
Aug. 5, 1862 Baton Rouge LA

Matthew Smith
Dec 2, 1864 Danville VA

Joseph Albert Swift
Oct 12 1864 Winchester VA

Albert Walcott
Apr 15, 1864

George Franklin Whitcomb
Jan 2, 1865 Saulsbury Prison N.C.

Thomas Whitman
June 19, 1862 Fair Oaks VA

Henry Windsor Wilder
Sept 1, 1864 Winchester VA

George Willis
Sept 1, 1862 Chantilly, VA

The tablets are on the left and right walls in the Stow, MA Library shown below. More photos and blog post about Library may be seen HERE.