Fuller, Austin Weld
Age: 19, credited to St. Albans, VTVITALS
Birth: 09/08/1841, Norwich, VTADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Alias?: None notedDESCENDANTS
Greenwood Cemetery, St. Albans, VT
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Fuller, Austin W., Enosburgh; Mustered in as private, Co. C., 1st Vt., 9 May 1861; Mustered out 15 Aug 1862 (sic); Mustered in as Sergt. Co. I., 10th Vt., 1 Sep 1862; appointed Commissary-Sergeant 19 Jan 1863, and discharged as 2d Lieutenant Co. K, 15 Dec 1864, on account. of wounds received at Cedar Creek; Brevet, 1st Lieutenant and Captain U. S. Volunteers for gallantry at Cedar Creek, and later appointed 2d Lieutenant in the VRC, serving three years; six months of this time on Body Guard of President Johnson at the executive Mansion, Washington, D. C., and afterwards for over two years in the Freedman's Bureau in North Carolina; discharged from the U. S. service 15 Jun 1868, being the last volunteer officer of his rank in the service.
CAPTAIN AUSTIN W. FULLERThe Barre Daily Times, June 14, 1919
Veteran of the Civil War, who served in a Vermont Regiment
BOSTON - June 14 -- Captain Austin W. Fuller, a veteran of the Civil War, in which he fought with a Vermont Regiment, died on Thursday, at the age of 77, at his home at 6 Arlington Street, Cambridge, where he lived with his sister, Mrs. A. J. Wood. He was born in Cornish, N. H., and in 1862 enlisted in the 12th Vermont Regiment, and was in service 'till close of the war.
At the battle of Cedar Creek he was severely wounded and his right arm was shattered. In 1865 Capt. Fuller was on guard duty duty at the White House in Washington, with the Veterans Reserve Corps. Later he was connected with the Freedmen's Bureau in North Carolina.
On his return north, he made his home in St. Albans, Vermont, where he was postmaster under the Harrison Administration, and was engaged in the furniture business.
In 1867 Captain Fuller married Miss Mary Robbins of Washington. His wife died in 1903, and since 1906 he had made his home in Cambridge with his sister, Mrs. Wood, his only survivor.
Courtesy of Deanna French
Note: A picture of this soldier is available in the Charles Collection.