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301 A Civil War veteran born in VT of English ancestry. Bugbee, Van Ness (I21110)
 
302 A Civil War Veteran in Co. J., 16th Vermont Regt. and later Co. H. 8th VT Regt. He came to Chicago in January, 1894, where for eleven years he followed the occupation of saw filer for Swift & Co. When he enlisted he recieved a bounty of $500.00
 
Puffer, Francis J. (I18675)
 
303 A Civil War Veteran, 144th NY Infantry Regt., a musician Puffer, John Harold (I2328)
 
304 A Civil War Veteran, 21st OH Inf. Regt. Married and has descendants near Ravannah, OH Puffer, Silas Peter (I2384)
 
305 A Civil War Veteran, 29th Michgan Infantry Luce, James C. (I27025)
 
306 A Civil War Veteran, a private in Company D, 33rd OH Inf. Regt. Puffer, Horace F. (I38241)
 
307 A Civil War Veteran, a private in Company D, 33rd OH Inf. Regt. Puffer, Horace F. (I38241)
 
308 A Civil War Veteran, A PVT in Co. A, 23rd Reg., MA Infantry. Whitney, Jonas L. (I35650)
 
309 A Civil War Veteran, a Pvt in Co. K, 90th PA Infantry Regt.

Gravestone was supplied by Gross Bros., Lee, MA in 1891.
 
Puffer, George (I21940)
 
310 A Civil War Veteran, and a farmer
 
Gallaher, Theron Espasia (I27016)
 
311 A Civil War Veteran, Co. D, Seventeenth OH Vol. Inf. , wounded with a pension, and a farmer

 
Puffer, George W. (I1122)
 
312 A Civil War veteran, Co. H, 42nd NY Inf Regt, wounded in action. Retired paper maker, was killed in an accident. Puffer, Marcus Morton (I24522)
 
313 A Civil War Veteran, Co.H. of the IL Volunteer Infantry. Mustered out at Galveston,TX on 22 Jul 1865 as a corporal.

For eighteen years Capt. Benson ran as master of Puget sound steamers, notably the Chehalis, City of Quincy, George E. Starr, Josephine and the Eliza Anderson

He was killed in the Treadwell mine on Douglas Island, Alaska. He was blasting in a shaft or tunnel when an explosion jarred loosed a hanging rock that crashed down about 25 feet onto his head. He died instantly. He had been employed in the mine since September 1899 and the story marks his original departure from Seattle as July 1898. His body was brought down on one of the supply steamers, the Dirigo, which also brought miners and their families home from the gold district. The story notes that he was to be buried in the Lakeview cemetery, in a section we now know to have been devoted to G.A.R. veterans
 
Benson, Capt. Daniel R. (I37125)
 
314 A Civil War Veteran, Company C., 29th Regiment, Ohio infantry
Died, ultimately, of wounds. 
Krahl, Ransom S. (I42424)
 
315 A Civil War Veteran, enlisted in Company E, 103rd Regt. OH Volunteer Infantry in Cleveland, OH, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out June 12, 1865. Applied for invalid pension, Mar. 6, 1891 in IL but it was not issued. Cemetery records were burned up in a fire in the early 1970s but he has a military headstone in a plot with 20 other vets in Section H. His name is on Panel #14 in the Cuyahoga County Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument, Public Square, Cleveland, OH.

His headstone was provided by the Stockbridge Marble Co, Stockbridge, MA on May 29, 1900
 
Puffer, Henry Samuel (I7510)
 
316 A Civil War Veteran, enrolled in the army on the first day of May in 18 63 at Ft. Blunt Cn. in Fort Smith, AR. He was in Co. L 14th Regim ent of Kansas Cavalry. He was mustered in as a private on the 19th day o f October in 1863 at Ft. Scott, Kansas. He was mustered out as Sergeant a nd honorably discharged with company June 25, 1865 at Ft. Gibson Cn

"I was detailed by General Bluntto to go to Baham, Texas and find out t he true condition of the Southern Army. I left Ft. smith, AR on A pril 14, 1864. After we reached Mt. Pleasant we were suspicioned as spi es, we fled and were pursued by a force from the confederate army. Afte r traveling 4 days and nights, we stopped to graze our horses and were a ttacked by our pursuers. I had my horse shot and killed and I was shot i n the head. Two more were shot and wounded and one was killed. We kille d 3 of their party and wounded 2 more. This was on the 19th day of Apri l 1864 on our return to headquarters at Ft. Smith, AR. The attack w as made on the Kimish River in the Choctaw Nation. We were attacked by a c ommand of whites and Indians. I was shot in the back part of my head. I s ucceeded after I came to getting another horse and making my escape, al though we were pursued until the afternoon of the next day." 
Remy, Henry (I10688)
 
317 A Civil War Veteran, in the Vermont Infantry, 5th Regt. Puffer, Nelson L. (I26900)
 
318 A Civil War Veteran, Pvt 3rd MI Infantry Mark, Joseph (I19213)
 
319 A Civil War Veteran, Pvt in Co. C., 20th MI Inf. Regt. wounded in battl e. Traut, Wilson (I35350)
 
320 A Civil War Veteran, PVT US ARMY, Co. H. 141st IL Infantry Regt. He was wounded at White House, VA battle and died of his wounds. Puffer, Jonathan (I26574)
 
321 A Civil War Veteran, Pvt, 13th MI Inf. Reg. A teacher. Sidnam, William P. (I25075)
 
322 A Civil War Veteran, Pvt, 144th NY Infantry Regt., a clerk. Promoted to Corporal in 1862.

He was slightly wounded in the battle of Honey Hill, SC, carrying the colors of his Regiment.

His headstone was supplied by Stockbridge Marble Co, Stockbridge, MA in 1900

 
Puffer, Harry Henry (I5431)
 
323 A Civil War Veteran, Pvt, Co D, 25th Mass. Iinf. Regt.Combmaker, Leominster. Bigelow, William (I19519)
 
324 A Civil War veteran, Pvt, Co. G, 1st NH Cavalry Flanders, Charles C. (I1679)
 
325 A Civil War veteran, Pvt, Co. G, 1st NH Cavalry Flanders, Charles C. (I1679)
 
326 A Civil War veteran, Pvt, Co. M, Maine 1st Hvy Artlry Regt. A boat bui lder Moore, Hezekiah C. (I19345)
 
327 A Civil War Veteran, Pvt. Co. A. 22nd Ohio Vol. Regt. Miller, Wales Newton (I12520)
 
328 A Civil War Veteran, Sergeant with the 142nd PA Vol. Infantry. Kerr, Johnston Williams (I9641)
 
329 A Civil War Veteran, Sgt. Co. H., 1st Maine Hvy Artlry. Farnsworth, Sgt. George Washington (I10233)
 
330 A Civil War Veteran, with Company E, Wisconsin 21st Infantry Reg. He fo ught in the Battle of Perryville, KY.

According to the Chico (CA) county voter registration list, he "died fr om exposure in severe storm in Chico Valley". His widow is listed on t he 1880 Federal Census for California with her two sons. 
Puffer, Fredrick Wilder (I376)
 
331 A Civil War Veteran, with Company E, Wisconsin 21st Infantry Reg. He fought in the Battle of Perryville, KY. He was a prisoner of war at Chaplin Hills; and discharged May 22, 1864, for disability

According to the Chico (CA) county voter registration list, he "died from exposure in severe storm in Chico Valley". His widow is listed on the 1880 Federal Census for California with her two sons.
 
Puffer, Fredrick Wilder (I376)
 
332 A Civil War Veteran. An undertaker. Daymon, William (I12557)
 
333 A Civil War veteran. Company C, Sixth Maine Volunteer Infantry
Enlisted at Portland, Maine 29 April 1861 and discharged 6 December 1865. 
Leighton, Francis G. (I39732)
 
334 A clerk

According to his 1918 WWI Draft Registration Card he was a student. 
Puffer, Maynard Coler (I36476)
 
335 A clerk Norris, Andrew Armstong (I17929)
 
336 A clerk Rollins, Cecil James (I42358)
 
337 A clerk @ 346 Broadway, home @ 130 Livingston, Brooklyn in 1857 Puffer, Edward Holmes (I20276)
 
338 A clerk according to the 1850 Federal Census
A brush manufacturer according to the 1870 Federal Census

 
Puffer, Gustavus Aaron (I36272)
 
339 A clerk for a trolley company Puffer, Leroy G. (I38773)
 
340 A clerk in a dental office, living in 1910 in Hennepin, MN Puffer, Hazel Veleta (I35907)
 
341 A clerk in a grocery store 1930 Federal Census
 
Schoeffler, Florence Pauline (I40706)
 
342 A clerk in a hardware store at the time of his death Drisko, Ralph Leslie (I41806)
 
343 A clerk in a hotel Puffer, Harold James (I6596)
 
344 A clerk in a liquor store Smith, Otis Barney (I35735)
 
345 A clerk in a notion store O, Opal (I22573)
 
346 A clerk in an auto store

According to his 1918 WWI Draft Registration Card he worked at Nielson Tractor Company in Minneapolis, MN 
Puffer, Eugene Alfred (I38687)
 
347 A combat engineer in Europe during WWII.

Manger at J.C. Penny and Robert Hall Clothing Stores. Proprietor of Puffer's Floral Shoppe in 1968. 
Puffer, Phillip L. (I7130)
 
348 A commercial photographer
 
Puffer, William Frederick (I788)
 
349 A Companion of William the Conqueror (one of the few proven to be). Grentmesnil, Hugh De (I5458)
 
350 A compositor by trade, employed for many years in the Framingham Gazette office; lived in Framingham. Lloyd, Mary Adelaide (I18515)
 

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