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George Edwin Moulton - The Brooklyn Daily Eagle
Brooklyn, New York
July 26, 1907
George Edwin Moulton

The Brooklyn Daily Eagle
Brooklyn, New York
July 26, 1907



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 US Civil War Soldiers America/USA  George Edwin  Moulton

  (b. 7 November 1839Dover-Foxcroft, Piscataquis, Maine, USA   d. 25 July 1907Brooklyn, New York, USA )  

George Edwin Moulton was born 7 November 1839 in Dover-Foxcroft, Piscataquis, Maine, USA. George Edwin Moulton was the child of Joseph Moulton and Abigail Goodwin Beal and the grandchild of: (paternal)  David Moulton and Dorothy Moulton (maternal)  Zachariah Beal and Hannah Tarleton

He married  Mary Bailey 7 April 1887 in Kings County, New York, USA . 

George Edwin Moulton died 25 July 1907 in Brooklyn, New York, USA .


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George Edwin Moulton married  Mary Bailey-- Date: 7 April 1887 Place: Kings County, New York, USA
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Name: George E Moulton
Gender: Male
Marriage Date: 7 Apr 1887
Marriage Place: Kings, New York, USA
Spouse: Mary Bailey
Certificate Number: 1034

Ancestry.com. New York, New York, Marriage Index 1866-1937 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2014.

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George Edwin, was b. at Foxcroft, Nov. 7, 1839, received his primary education there and at Westbrook, and pursued his studies preparatory to a college course at Westbrook Seminary. He entered the Freshman class of Tufts' College in 1858, left Tufts' for Bowdoin College in the spring of 1860, and...Read MORE...


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George Edwin Moulton (Joseph, David, John, John, John, John), m. April 17, 1887, Mary Bailey of Brooklyn, N. Y. Was born at Foxcroft. Graduated at Westbrook Semi nary; entered Bowdoin College; left during first term of his senior year, in fall of 1861, and entered Co. A, Thirtetnth regiment, Maine...Read MORE...


1850 Maine
Name: George E Moulton
Age: 12
Birth Year: abt 1838
Birthplace: Maine
Home in 1850: Township 8 Range 8, Piscataquis, Maine, USA
Gender: Male
Family Number: 4
Household Members:
Name Age
Joseph Moulton 52
Abigail G Moulton 52
John H Moulton 20
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1860 Westbrook, Maine
Name: George E Moulton
Age: 20
Birth Year: abt 1840
Gender: Male
Birth Place: Maine
Home in 1860: Westbrook, Cumberland, Maine
Post Office: Westbrook Stevens Plains
Family Number: 248
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Household Members:
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Joseph Moulton 62
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1880 Brooklyn, New York
Name: George E. Moulton
Age: 40
Birth Year: abt 1840
Birthplace: Maine
Home in 1880: Brooklyn, Kings, New York
Race: White
Gender: Male
Marital Status: Single
Father's Birthplace: Maine
Mother's Birthplace: Maine
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Occupation: Mercantile Reporter
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George Edwin Moulton and Mary Bailey 7 April 1887, Kings County, New York, USA

1900 Brooklyn, New York
Name: George E Moulton
Age: 59
Birth Date: Nov 1840
Birthplace: Maine
Home in 1900: Brooklyn Ward 13, Kings, New York
Race: White
Gender: Male
Relation to Head of House: Brother in Law
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Death
25 July 1907
Brooklyn, New York, USA


George E. Moulton, a resident of Brooklyn for the past thirty years, died at his home, 929 Greene avenue, this morning of cancer of the stomach. The deceased was born in Foxcroft, Me., November 7, 1839, and received his preliminary education at Westbrook. His preparatory course was pursued at Westbrook Seminary, and upon its completion he entered Tufts College as a freshman in 1852. In 1860 he entered Bowdoin College, where he completed his studies.
At the outbreak of the Civil War he enlisted and on November 20, 1861, received a commission as second lieutenant. In October, 1864, he was advanced to the grade of first lieutenant and in December of the same year was made a captain and assigned to Company A of the Thirteenth Maine Volunteers, of which Colonel Neal Dow was commanding officer. [On] January 6, 1865, he was transferred to Company B, Thirtieth Maine Volunteers, and served in Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, Virginia and Georgia. He was in General Banks' expedition up the Red River, and with General Sheridan in the Shenandoah Valley. He participated in the battle of Mustand Island, Fort Eccanola, Tex., Sabine Cross Roads and Pleasant Hill, La.

In April, 1863, during the retreat from the Red River, he was stricken with typhoid-fever and was unable to resume active duty until the following August. Upon leaving St. James Hospital, New Orleans, he was assigned to the following staff positions successively: Ordnance officer at Forts Jackson and St. Phillips, assistant commissary of subsistence at New Orleans, assistant commissary of musters at Savannah, and judge advocate at Winchester, Va. He was also attached for a time to the staff of Major General Brennan. He was mustered out of service August 20, 1865.

Soon after the close of the war Mr. Moulton entered the lumber business in Chicago, but thirty years ago moved to Brooklyn where he took up a residence in the Eastern District. He soon became prominent in political and Sunday school circles. He was superintendent of All Souls Sunday School [Universalist], which was then located in the Eastern District, and on several occasions acted as grand marshal of the anniversary parade. He was at one time treasurer of the Eastern District Sabbath School Association, as well as of the Homeopathic Dispensary on South Third street. He was president of the Board of Elections from 1903 until consolidation, and also served on the Board of Education.

He was married twice. His second wife survives him, together with a daughter, Agnes May, five years of age. The funeral will be held Saturday evening at 8 o'clock and interment will take place Sunday morning in the family plot in Greenwood Cemetery.

Brooklyn Daily Eagle, New York NY, Thu. 25 Jul 1907
Green-Wood Cemetery Brooklyn Kings County (Brooklyn) New York, USA

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