Person:Elbridge Wardwell (2)

Watchers
Elbridge P. Wardwell
b.22 FEB 1843 Albany, Oxford, ME
  1. Mabel M. WardwellABT 1834 -
  2. Mary S. WardwellABT 1837 -
  3. Isaac W. Wardwell1838 - 1924
  4. Dorothy K. Wardwell1840 - 1911
  5. Alanson Monson WardwellABT 1842 -
  6. James WardwellABT 1843 - BEF 1900
  7. Elbridge P. Wardwell1843 - 1913
  8. George Edwin Wardwell1845 - 1913
  • HElbridge P. Wardwell1843 - 1913
  • WAnna B.ABT 1848 -
m. BEF 1870
m. 14 MAY 1882
  1. Isaac Edward Wardwell1883 - BEF 1951
  2. George Elmer Wardwell1885 - 1947
  3. Fred Robert Wardwell1888 -
  4. Sarah L. Wardwell1889 -
  5. Almira A. Wardwell1892 -
  6. Mary S. Wardwell1893 -
  7. Edward Wardwell1902 - 1959
Facts and Events
Name Elbridge P. Wardwell
Gender Male
Birth[1] 22 FEB 1843 Albany, Oxford, ME
Marriage BEF 1870 to Anna B.
Marriage 14 MAY 1882 Bath, Sagadahoc, MEto Sarah F. Small
Death[2] 27 FEB 1913 Lewiston, Androscoggin, ME
Occupation? Railroad Worker in 1870, Farmer in 1900

Living in Paris, ME at 1870 census. In Turner, Maine at 1890 Veterans Schedule. In Greene at 1900. In Lewiston at 1910. Civil War Pension application says he was 5'7", dark complexion, with blue eyes and brown hair. Cause of death: Tuberculosis. 22 August 1861 enlisted as a Private in Company K, 7th Regiment, Maine Volunteer Infantry. Discharged at Washington, D.C. 20 Ocotber 1862. 20 July 1863 enlisted in 11 Regiment Maine Infantry at Augusta. A Private, wounded at Deep Run, VA 16 August 1864. Deserted 04 August 1865 at Richmond. Claimed to be "unfit for manual labor" 28 June 1912 in Declaration for Pension.

Listed in 1910 Lewiston Directory as retired, living at 10 High Street.

References
  1. The National Archives, Civil War Pension, Certificate 794990.
  2. The National Archives, Civil War Pension, Certificate 794990.