Person:George Wardwell (39)

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George Washington Wardwell
m. 15 NOV 1835
  1. George Washington Wardwell1837 -
  2. William Henry WardwellABT 1840 - 1888
  3. Myron H. Wardwell1844 - 1909
  4. Mary Jane WardwellABT 1848 - 1935
  5. Almira M. Wardwell1850 - BEF 1855
  6. Myra WardwellABT 1855 -
  7. Nancy A. WardwellABT 1857 -
  8. Nellie C. WardwellABT 1861 -
  9. Francis E. WardwellABT 1863 -
  10. Carrie E. Wardwell1869 -
m. 29 JUL 1885
  1. Carrie Mae WardwellABT 1866 -
  2. Nettie P. Wardwell1872 -
  3. Nancy Pearle Wardwell1880 - 1952
Facts and Events
Name George Washington Wardwell
Gender Male
Birth[1] DEC 1837 Hartland, Windsor, VT
Occupation? Farm Laborer in 1870 & 1910, Farmer in 1880, Truckman in 1900
Marriage 29 JUL 1885 Clarendon, Rutland, VTto Adelaide Kimball
Burial? Evergreen Cemetery, Rutland, VT

Enlisted as a Private on 18 December 1861 Enlisted in Company D, 7th Infantry Regiment Vermont on 12 February 1862. Promoted to Full Corporal on 01 May 1862 Promoted to Full Private on 30 September 1862 (Reduced to ranks) Mustered out Company D, 7th Infantry Regiment Vermont on 30 August 1864

In Mendon, VT at 1870 census with real estate valued at $400 and personal estate valued at $300. In Rutland, VT at 1880 census and 1890 Veteran's Census.

Listed in Gazetteer and business directory of Rutland County, Vt., for 1881-82, as a farmer living in North Clarendon with 21 dairy cows, "works on shares 300, owned by G.H.&H.W. Cheney."

In Clarendon, VT at 1900 and 1910, where he is widowed. Widowed, living with daughter Carrie Mae and her family in Somerville at 1920 census.

References
  1. 1900 United States Census for Clarendon, Rutland, Vermont; Roll: T623 1694; Page: 5B; Enumeration District: 190.