Seth N Eastman MD

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Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
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1843/08/06 Seth N Eastman is born in Topsham, Vermont to Bernard and Hannah (Weed) Eastman. Born
1861/10/15 Seth Eastman enlist in Company B of the 6th Vermont Volunteers Infantry Regiment. The regiment mustered into Federal service on October 15, 1861, at St Albans, Vermont. Military
1862/06/29 Seth Eastman is wounded at the Battle of Savage's Station, while lying for three days on the battlefield, he witnesses the advance of Lee's army. The battlefield site is the jct of I-64 and I-295 in Henrico County, Virginia. Wounded Henrico County Seven Days Battles
1862/07/01 Seth Eastman is captured by the advancing Confederate forces and spends three months in Libby and at Belle Isle military prisons. Prisoner of War Belle Isle Richmond Seven Days Battles
1862/09/23 Belle Isle Prison on the James River in Richmond closes as Union prisoners are exchanged. Prisoner of War Belle Isle Richmond
1865/00/00 During the American Civil War, Seth N Eastman is held as a prisoner of war in Andersonville prison. Prisoner of War Andersonville National Historic Site Andersonville, GA
1870/00/00 Seth N Eastman graduates from Pennsylvania Medical college, and also Dartmouth Medical college at Hanover, New Hampshire. Education Dartmouth College campus Hanover, NH
1875/00/00 Evalona, the daughter of Hon and Mrs J R Darling of Groton, weds Seth N Eastman Groom
1901/00/00 Seth Eastman inherits the JR Darling Store. Owner J R Darling Store Groton
1909/00/00 "The Civil War: as recollected by an ordinary soldier" by Seth N Eastman is published. Author
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