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George Hulbert, Civil War vet

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George Hulbert, Civil War vet

Posted: 27 Nov 2008 2:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Hulbert, Hurlbert
From the Hayward Republican newspaper Sept. 20, 1894
"Mustered Out"
George Hulbert, an old veteran familiarly known to most of us, was found dead in bed at the Frank Lavell stopping place on the Spider Lake road Tuesday. He retired the night before apparently in good health and spirits. The authorities here were notified and Coroner Smith, with a jury of six men and Dr. Trowbridge, repaired to the above-named place where, after a thorough examination, was discovered that the man had died from heart trouble. The remains were brought to this city and taken charge of by the G.A.R., assisted by the Sons of Veterans and Drum Corps, gave him a decent and respectable burial yesterday afternoon. Little is known of the deceased, except that he was an old timer and a member of the 42nd Wis. Vol. Inf.

This George appears on the 1890 Veteran's Schedule as a resident of Sawyer County who served his country from Feb. 9, 1865 to Sept. 7, 1865 as a private in Company E. He was discharged on disability.
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Karen Duffy 27 Nov 2008 9:00PM GMT 
tlhulbert 1 Jul 2009 8:42AM GMT 
adamlarson_1 13 Jul 2012 6:51AM GMT 
tlhulbert 14 Jul 2012 11:22AM GMT 
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