Vermont Civil War Monuments
ROLL OF HONOR
TO COMMEMORATE THE NAMES OF THE MEN
OF FAYSTON WHO ANSWERED THEIR COUNTRY'S CALL
Listed below are the 64 men who served in the Civil War from the town of Fayston.
Henry G Backus, William E Backus, John Baird, Lewis Bettis, Charles D Billinss, Mathew Blair, George Boyce, Nelson G Boyce, Anson O Brigham, Francis E Buck, Thomas Bradley, Chauncey Carpenter, John J Chase, Luther Chase, Mark Chase, Asa E Corliss, Charles B Corliss, Benn E Chaffee, Samuel J Dana, Charl Dana, Charles O Bike, Sie Colby, Eli Gilson, William W Green, Philip Gross, Lester H Harris, Royal S Haskins, Robert Hoffman, John H Hunter, William J Hopkins, John J Hern, Randall Hubbard, Charles C Ingalls, John W Ingalls, Benjamin B Johnson, Stephen Johnson, William H Johnson, John Kane, Frederick Kleinke, Myron Mansfield, Calvin B Marble, George L Marble, Thomas Maxwell, Zibah McAllister, Cornelius McMullan, Allen Mehuron, Heman A Moore, Lafayette Moore, Levi Nelson, William Nelson, John W Palmer, Nelson Parry, Daniel Posnett, Warren C Porter, Winfield S Rich, Judson W Richardson, Reuben Richardson, George Somerville, William Strong, Nichols Schmidt, Nathan Thayer, John S Templeton, James Williamston, William G Williams.
(Additional names of other wars' veterans not included).<
Monument is in North Fayston Cemetery.
Courtesy of Peter Flood, great-grandson of 1st Lieutenant, 1st Vermont Cavalry.