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Martin, Guy C.
MILITARY SERVICE
Age: 21, credited to Swanton, VT
Unit(s): 1st VT INF, 6th VT INF
Service: enl 5/2/61, m/i 5/9/61, Pvt, Co. A, 1st VT INF, m/o 8/15/61; enl 9/25/61, m/i 10/15/61, CORP, Co. K, 6th VT INF, mwia, Savage's Station, 6/29/62 (left leg and arms), d/wds, 7/17/62, Long Island College Hosp. (roster says d. 7/5)

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VITALS
Birth: abt 1840, Westport, NY
Death: 07/17/1862

Burial: Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, NY
Findagrave Memorial #: 0
Marker/Plot: Not recorded
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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Alias?: None noted
Pension?: Yes
Portrait?: Unknown

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DESCENDANTS
None registered

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BURIAL:Copyright notice
Green-wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, NY
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Guy C. Martin

LAMOILLE NEWSDEALER: AUG. 9, 1862

DIED: At College Hospital, Long Island, July 17, 1862, Charles Martin, a soldier.

He was brought to the hospital in such feeble condition from effects of mortification of a wound in the thigh, caused by a fragment of shell in one of the recent battles before Richmond, that he was only able to give his name, and the word, Vermont. He had no knapsack or effects of any kind with him, and nothing by which his friends, regiment, or place of residence could be known.

Com. By E. M. of Lyndon

Submitted by Deanna French.

Webmaster's Notes:

New York Times article, DISABLED SOLDIERS ARRIVED HERE.; Sick and Wounded Soldiers at the Long Island College Hospital, Brooklyn,, dated 14 July 1862, includes "G. C. Martin, Co. K, 6th Vermont, of Salmon Falls, -- left leg and arm," among the casualties.

1892 Revised Roster shows Corporal Guy C. Martin, Co. K, 6th Vermont, of Swanton, was mortally wounded at the battle of Savage's Station, on 29 June 1862. The 1892 Revised Roster says he died 5 July 1862.

Hannah Martin successfully applied for a mother's pension (WC51387) based on her son's service. She indicated he died 7/5/1862 (which is what the 1892 Revised Roster says), but government records show he died 7/17/1862 at Long Island College Hospital, Brooklyn, which corresponds to the date of death of 'Charles Martin,' above.

Apparently the correspondent for the New York Times was more successful in getting information on Martin than the Lamoille Newsdealer correspondent was.

Also mentioned in the NYT article, "David S. Gay, 6th Vermont, of Chelsea -- fever." Day died 7/18/1862; interment in Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn.