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Tucker, Nathaniel Amory

Age: 0, credited to Burlington, VT
Unit(s): USV
Service: Acting Paymaster, USV

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Birth: 08/13/1815, Milton, MA
Death: 02/25/1873

Burial: St. Joseph Cemetery, Burlington, VT
Marker/Plot: Not recorded
Gravestone researcher/photographer: Kathy Valloch
Findagrave Memorial #: 22966171
Alias?: None noted
Pension?: Unknown
Portrait?: Unknown
College?: Not Found
Veterans Home?: Not Found
(If there are state digraphs above, this soldier spent some time in a state or national soldiers' home in that state after the war)

Remarks: See John R. Fisher's site for additional details on this soldier

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St. Joseph Cemetery, Burlington, VT

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In Burlington, Vt. on the 25th of Feb., Col. N. Amory Tucker, son of Nathaniel Tucker of this place, and only brother of H. A. Green and Mrs. J. A. Cutler, residents of this place, aged 58 years.

Bellows Falls Times, Vt. Feb. 28, 1873

The funeral of Co. Nathaniel A. Tucker was attended by a large concourse of sympathizing citizens Friday a. m. after brief services at the residence of the deceased, conducted by the Very Rev Father Lynch, Vice General of the diocese. The remains were conveyed at 9:30 a. m. to St. Mary's Cathedral. where solemn requiem mass was celebrated by Vicar General Lynch, assisted by Rev. Fathers Colarec and Lane. An admirable and quite lengthy discourse was preached by the Rt. Bishop DeGoesbriand. The floral decorations on the coffin of the deceased were magnificent, and conceived in exquisite taste, and consisted of a cross, crown, and anchor, with elaborate wreath. The pall bears were: Gen. George J. Stannard, Judge Carolus Noyes, Hon. Levi Underwood, Mayor L. C. Dodge, Edward J. Phelps, Sidney Barlow, Edward C. Loomis, and Alonzo W. Allen.

The arrangements for the funeral were under the direction John A. Arthur, Esq., amd Col. Theo Peck. There was a notable representation, among those in attendance upon the last rites of the departed soldier, of prominent ex-officers of the army residing in this section. The remains were buried in a beautiful lot in the sightly Catholic cemetery on Gough Street.

Burlington Free Press, March 7, 1873
Courtesy of Deanna French