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Putney

This monument, a unique combination of a family's burials and a town's Civil War memorial, sits straight back from the gate in the center of East Putney Cemetery.

Cemetery

Memorial

Memorial

Memorial

Memorial

Memorial

Memorial

"Here follow the names of the Sons of Putney who perished in the war of the rebellion of 1861. They died for you & me".

Memorial

James F. Black
Wm. M. Harridon
James M. Houghton
Warren V. Houghton
Cha's F. Philips
Edward R. Pratt
Wm. H. Roberts
Sam'l C. Robertson
Geo. W Harridon
Hiram O. Philips
John C. Pierce
Watson C. Burnham
Memorial

Robert Lord
Andrew J. Wood
Wm. R. Underwood
Cha's P. Upham
Cha's J. Blood
John R. Campbell
Edwin G. Carpenter
Cha's W. Elliott
Willard M. Pierce
Cha's R. Daggett
E(ward) P. Gilson
Henry Pierce (Navy)
Memorial

"Some of these were laid away by kind home friends & others met their last sleep in the enemy's land".

Photographs courtesy of Heidi McColgan.



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