Alson A. WetmoreAge: 73 years18451918

Birth May 23, 1845 37
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MarriageMartha SeasonView this family
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Death of a fatherMorris Wetmore
1851 (Age 5 years)

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Milit-Beg 1863 (Age 17 years)

Note: He enlisted in Company 'C', 115th Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry, in which he served until the mustering out of the regiment in June, 1865. On the 5th day of December, 1864, in the engagement at Fort Lavergne he was captured by the enemy and was confined as a prisoner at Andersonville, until early in April, 1865, when he was exchanged with many others, and was on the ill-fated steamer, Sultana, at the time of the explosion of her boiler and the destruction of the steamer on the Mississippi River, near Memphis, Tenn., about three o'clock on the morning of April 26, 1865.
Milit-End June 1865 (Age 20 years)

MarriageMahala A. DunbarView this family
January 26, 1878 (Age 32 years)

Anecdote January 2, 1880 (Age 34 years)

Note: Alson Wetmore applied for a Civil War pension. Application #339529
Birth of a son
#1
Charles M. Wetmore
1883 (Age 37 years)

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Birth of a son
#2
Floyd A. Wetmore
1888 (Age 42 years)

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Burial November 20, 1918 (Age 73 years)
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Death December 17, 1918 (Age 73 years)
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Mahala A. Dunbar
Birth: August 13, 1850 37Darrowville, Stow Township, Summit County, Ohio
Death: June 13, 1939Brimfield, Portage County, Ohio
Marriage: January 26, 1878
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Milit-Beg
He enlisted in Company 'C', 115th Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry, in which he served until the mustering out of the regiment in June, 1865. On the 5th day of December, 1864, in the engagement at Fort Lavergne he was captured by the enemy and was confined as a prisoner at Andersonville, until early in April, 1865, when he was exchanged with many others, and was on the ill-fated steamer, Sultana, at the time of the explosion of her boiler and the destruction of the steamer on the Mississippi River, near Memphis, Tenn., about three o'clock on the morning of April 26, 1865.
Anecdote
Alson Wetmore applied for a Civil War pension. Application #339529
Death
Find A Grave gives provides this death date, but it falls after the burial date given in the Hudson Genealogical group publication.