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US Civil War Soldiers flag  Joseph Neal  Moulton

  (b. 13 April 1826Center Harbor, New Hampshire, USA   d. 4 June 1863New Orleans, Louisiana, USA )  

Joseph Neal Moulton was born 13 April 1826 in Center Harbor, New Hampshire, USA. Joseph Neal Moulton was the child of Jonathan Smith Moulton and Deborah Neal and the grandchild of: (paternal)  Benning Moulton and Sally Leavitt

He married  Sarah J True 11 September 1853 .  The couple had (at least) 2 children.

Joseph Neal Moulton died 4 June 1863 in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA.


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Joseph Neal Moulton married  Sarah J True-- Date: 11 September 1853 Place: 


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Children:
flag Lucy Etts Moulton (b.9 February 1856, Moultonboro, New Hampshire, USA  d. , )

flag Fanny Deborah Moulton (b.28 August 1858, Moultonboro, New Hampshire, USA  d. , )




1853 Marriage / Partner
Joseph Neal Moulton and Sarah J True 11 September 1853,

1856 Birth of Child
Lucy Etts Moulton was born 9 February 1856, Moultonboro, New Hampshire, USA

1858 Birth of Child
Fanny Deborah Moulton was born 28 August 1858, Moultonboro, New Hampshire, USA

Death
4 June 1863
New Orleans, Louisiana, USA


L1eut. Joseph Neal Moulton, m. September 11, 1853, Sarah J. True. He was a soldier in the late war, having enlisted as sergeant in the Eighth N. H. Vols., and was afterward made first lieutenant of the Second Louisiana (white) Regt., Vols. He fell, mortally wounded, at the battle of Port Hudson, and d. a week later at the St. James Hospital, New Orleans, June 4, 1863. He left, besides a widow, two daughters.

Moulton Annals by Henry William Moulton
Editor Claribel Moulton
Publisher Edward A. Claypool, 1906



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