Loveland, Alonzo P.
Age: 0, credited to Hyde Park, VT
Unit(s): 4th IA CAV, 28th IA INF
Service: enl, Grinnell, IA, 8/7/61, m/i, MSCN, Co. Band, 4th IA INF, 8/15/61, m/o 1/26/1862, Rolla, MO; enl, 9/10/62, Pvt, Co. H, 28th IA INF, dsrtd 12/11/62, Davenport, IA
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Birth: 1834, Unknown
Burial: North Hyde Park Cemetery, Hyde Park, VT
Marker/Plot: Not recorded
Gravestone researcher/photographer: Denis & Karen Jaquish
Findagrave Memorial #: 66458599
Alias?: None noted
College?: Not Found
Veterans Home?: Not Found
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North Hyde Park Cemetery, Hyde Park, VT
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Alonzo P. Loveland
LAMOILLE NEWSDEALER, NOV. 15, 1861 LETTER FROM THE SEAT OF WAR The following is a letter from a brother of C. A. Loveland, of this village CAMP ROLLA, MO., OCT 31, 1861 BROTHER C.:___________I have been sick with the neuralgia ever since I received yours of the first, but have got able to sit up pretty much through the day.I am ever glad to receive the "Newsdealer" You ought to see the prisoners they bring in_____the most woeful looking men I ever saw. They say they have been deceived, and I don't doubt but what they have. They were nearly naked and hungry . One of the fugitives from slavery___the blackest negro I ever saw, was attacked a few days ago, by three rebels with guns. They took the darkie as they supposed, without a struggle, and dropped their guns in order to hold some conversation with him; he, at the same time drawing a revolver and shot two of them, and marched the other into camp as a prisoner.
From your brother, A. P. L.
Submitted by Deanna French.