Hale, George H.
Age: 0, credited to Vermont
Unit(s): 25th IA INF
Service: SERGT, Co. A, 25th IA INF
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Birth: 08/10/1840, Vermont
Burial: Woodlawn Cemetery, Washington, IA
Gravestone researcher/photographer: Steve Hanken
Findagrave Memorial #: 136887634
Alias?: None noted
College?: Not Found
Veterans Home?: Not Found
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Woodlawn Cemetery, Washington, IA
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WASHINGTON VETERAN DEAD
GEORGE H. HALE SUCCUMBS TO HEART DISEASE AT VETERANS HOME
George H. Hale, a member of the Soldiers Home since May 10, died Monday night at 8 o'clock of heart disease. He was born in Orange County, Vermont, Aug. 10, 1842, and enlisted in Company A. Twenty-fifth Iowa Infantry. He was discharged July 5, 1864, at Keokuk.
Mr. Hale was a widower, and leaved two sons and one daughter; Harry C. Hale, of Shelby, Nathan G. Hale, of Sacramento, Calif., and Mrs. R. R. Morehouse of Huntington Park, Calif.
The body was taken to Washington for burial, accompanied by the son from Selby.
Source: Evening Time Republican (Marshalltown, IA), June 1, 1915
Courtesy of Deanna French