29 Jan 2018
Civil War Records
Connecticut Civil War Veterans
Peter Dunton, Company I, 29th CT Volunteer Infantry, died July 1, 1864, buried East Haven 1
W. H. Dunton, Died in 1864 at Andersonville Confederate Prison, Georgia, buried in grave number 8769 12
William W. Dunton, Company C, 2nd CT Volunteer Regiment, Musician33
Illinois Civil War Veterans1
Albert M. Dunton Private D I24 Infantry. Died 4-6-1902.
John Dunton, Private, 124th Ill. Infantry, buried Grave 64, Mobile National Cemetery, 1202 Virginia Street, Mobile, AL 36604 15
Gilbert L. Dunton Rec. Board of Trade Bat.
Granville S. Dunton Corp I I5 Infantry
Henry H. Dunton Private Company B 57 Infantry
Henry R. Dunton Company D, 95th Infantry
Milton B. Dunton, Battery G, 2nd Illinois Light Artillery, 1864-65, Lee County, IL4
Oscar W. Dunton, resided Stockton, Illinois, Private, Company H, 96th Illinois Volunteer Infantry
Rufus S. Dunton, Private, Company A, 33 Illinois Volunteer Infantry
William Henry Dunton, Private, Company I, 20th Illinois Volunteer Infantry
Indiana Civil War Veterans
Alexander B. Dunton, 9th Indiana Cavalry32
Elias F. Dunton24, 129th Infantry
Winfield S. Duntin, , 9th Indiana Cavalry, GAR Post 5632
Iowa Civil War Veterans
40, Co B, 5th IA Volunteer Cavalry from Dubuque County, Enlisted Sept 3, 1864, Private, age 18. He remained with the regiment for the final year and a half of its existence, mustering out on August 11, 1865 at Nashville, Tennessee.
Lyman Dunton, age 37, township Indiana, page no. 6
State of enlistment: Iowa, Company I, Regiment 7th, Infantry 13
William A. Dunton, 3,5, Co B, 4th IA Cavalry from Blackhawk County, Enlisted February 29, 1864, Private, age 18, born IL. Died May 10, 1865 of disease at Atlanta, GA. Interred in National Cemetery at Marietta, GA. (Section, G, Grave 922).
William H. Dunton
Kansas Civil War Veterans
Alfred Dunton, 6th Kansas Cavalry Company L, Private, Captured at Massard Prairie, Arkansas on July 27, 1864. Interned as prisoner of war at Camp Ford, Texas. Exchanged on May 22, 1865.2
Maine Civil War Veterans
Andrew J. Dunton, June 15, 1861; Montville; age 18; severely wounded (side) at Battle of Chantilley; discharged for disability October 28, 1862, 4th Maine Infantry Regiment, Company B, First Rockland Company13
Moses A. Dunton, Private, 30th or 34th Maine Volunteers.
Massachusetts Civil War Veterans
John Dunton, 35th Regiment, died January 19th, 1863 near Washington. (Randolph Advertiser; January 24, 1863; pg. 2, col. 1.)29
Michigan Civil War Veterans
Abel Dunton, 3rd Battery, First Michigan Light Artillery, enlisted at 44 years, from Allegan, Michigan. 38
Henry Dunton, Company H, 6th Infantry, it seems probable that most of these men also came from Eaton County or the surrounding area. The men of Company H took their county name into battle with them. They were known as the Eaton Rifles. 9 Died of disease at Camp Williams.31
Eben H. Dunton, Company G, 2nd Michigan Calvary, age 30 from Hillsdale County.17
Name Rank Unit Death Date CEMETERY
City Notes Dunton, Edwin A. Pvt. 13th Infantry,
12-10-1935 Greenwood Petosky, MI Data from BP, B 3-18-18497 Dunton, Oscar E. Vosper's
National Cemetery Salisbury, NC Source17
New York Civil War Veterans
A. T. Dunton -- "U.S. MILITARY TELEGRAPH" hand-written and dated July 10th, 1865. The telegraph was sent from City Point, Virginia to a Major Cochrane in the Quartermaster Department. "The 96th NYV are still here," the telegraph reads. "Do not know when they will leave." Signed by A.T. Dunton, Captain & AQM. The 96th New York served in the major Virginia battles including Cold Harbor and the Petersburg Mine Explosion, where it was held in reserve. It saw duty in the trenches before Richmond till April, 1865, occupying the city on April 3. It finally saw duty in the Dept. of Virginia till February, 1866, before being mustered out at City Point February 6, 1866. It lost 228 men during the war. The attractive telegram measures 5-1/2-inches wide by 8-3/8-inches high and has two small file holes punched in left margin in blank areas.22
Albert C. Dunton25
Chauncey S. Dunton 226
Chauncey S. Dunton 22620
Lorenzo W. Dunton 22620
Joe Dunton (Note: Photo with image of man in what appears to be an officers uniform. On the back is signed "Joe Dunton" and the studio is in Troy, New York. Click here to view.)
Julius C. Dunton, Private, Company C, 189th Regiment NY Volunteers 36
Perry Dunton, Private, Yates County, Company B, 148th NY Volunteer S. Dunton, Private, Company H, 189th Regiment NY Volunteers 36
S. Dunton Cpl Age 34 Enrolled at Hamilton 114th NY State Volunteer
T. B. Dunton, d. 09/22/1863, Private Company F 110th NY Infantry, Plot: 28 1841, Baton Rouge
National Cemetery East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana *
Dunton Sill, 1861*, 154th Infantry, Discharged June 3, 1863, disability.
Born March 14, 1835 at Franklinville. Parents: William and Harriet Seward
Sill. *The 154th was organized in July and Aug. 1862. Alanzo D. Sill appears
on the roster for the 154th on its web page and the HISTORICAL GAZETTEER
states he enlisted in the 154th July 31, 1862.[ed. note]8
Perry Dunton, Private, Yates County, Company B, 148th NY Volunteer10
S. Dunton, Private, Company H, 189th Regiment NY Volunteers 36
Samuel S. Dunton Cpl Age 34 Enrolled at Hamilton 114th NY State Volunteer infantry2
T. B. Dunton, d. 09/22/1863, Private Company F 110th NY Infantry, Plot: 28 1841, Baton Rouge National Cemetery East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana *11
Dunton Sill, 1861*, 154th Infantry, Discharged June 3, 1863, disability. Born March 14, 1835 at Franklinville. Parents: William and Harriet Seward Sill. *The 154th was organized in July and Aug. 1862. Alanzo D. Sill appears on the roster for the 154th on its web page and the HISTORICAL GAZETTEER states he enlisted in the 154th July 31, 1862.[ed. note]8
Dunton, William 1864
York Herald, July 19, 1863,
"THE ADVANCE ON CHARLESTON - Capture of the Greater Portion of Morris
Island - Our Special Correspondence with the Land Forces"
Ohio Civil War Veterans Edwin Dunton, Company K, 7th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Entered
the service June 3rd, 1861, for 3 years; discharged.
Ohio Civil War Veterans
Edwin Dunton, Company K, 7th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Entered the service June 3rd, 1861, for 3 years; discharged.
Pennsylvania Civil War Veterans
Eugene D. Dunton - Lieutenant, Adjutant, 95th Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers Killed at the Storming of St. Marye’s Heights (Near Fredericksburg) Virginia, May 3rd, 1863.Joseph W. Dunton - Discharged on Surgeon's certificate, infection of the eyes, July 21, 1861. Dunton, 20, was a farmer from Avoca, N. Y., employed near Columbus at time of enlistment. Thomson-Rauch does not list this man. Bates gives his date of muster into service as Aug. 14, 1861. Apparently, after Dunton's medical discharge, he re-enlisted on that date in the Raftsmen's Guard (by then Co. D, 1st Rifles) and was again medically discharged, Sept. 19, 1861.30
Stephen B. Dunton - Discharged on Surgeon's certificate, "consumptive tendency with general debility," Aug. 5, 1861. Dunton, 24, was a farmer and wagon maker from Avoca, N. Y., who enlisted in Columbus. The 1860 Census of Warren Co. finds him in the borough of Columbus working as a cleric and living in the household of Henry Saggs, merchant. ThomsonRauch, confusing his service record with that of Joseph W. Dunton, musters him into the Raftsmen's Guard Aug. 14, 1861 ; Bates omits Stephen B. Dunton. This man who was unfit for soldiering lived to a great old age in Penn Yan, N. Y., probably outliving every other Raftsman. He died in 1934, only three years short of his hundredth birthday.30
South Carolina Civil War Veterans
Henry Dunton, Private, 7th Volunteer Infantry Regiment, H Company16
Henry Dunton, age 50, Sergeant, South Carolina 19th Infantry Regiment, Company A, discharged Tupelo, Mississippi
Vermont Civil War Veterans -
Andrew J. Dunton18, enlisted in company C of the 14th Vermont regiment. After serving 17 months in that company, he was discharged and promptly re-enlisted in the 1st Vermont, heavy artillery, serving for the remainder of the war. He was discharged with the rank of Regimental Quartermaster Sergeant.
Augustus T. Dunton23, Captain and AQM, USV, 2/26/1863. Bvt Maj. and Col., USV, 3/13/1865, for faithful and meritorious service during the war. Mustered out 10/12/1865.
Charles E. Dunton34, PVT, Company C, 8th Vermont Regiment, Wounded in Action 6/14/1863
Charles Howard Dunton6, resided Underhill, Vermont, Private, Company F, Vermont 13th Infantry, died abt. 1896, Poultney, Vermont
Franklin B. Dunton from Bethel, Windsor County. Company G 7th Regiment. Volunteer for three years credited previous to call of October 17, 1863.27
George C. Dunton41, enlisted as a Private on 2 November 1861. Enlisted in Company E, 2nd Sharpshooters Regiment U.S. Volunteers on 9 Nov 1861. Received a disability discharge from Company E, 2nd Sharpshooters Regiment, U.S. Volunteers on 15 Apr 1862. Died in 1908 and is buried in Underhill Flats Cemetery, Underhill, Chittenden County, Vermont.
Milo C. DUNTON19 was born on 11 Apr 1829 in Dorset, Vermont. He served in the military in 1863. Mr. Dunton served in the late war as private in the 1st N.Y. Light Artillery. Was on provost duty in Jefferson until January, 1864, when, with his command, he went to the front, and was engaged in the battle of the Wilderness, where he received a severe wound, resulting in the loss of the third finger of the left hand. He was soon after assigned to duty in the Invalid Corps stationed at Washington, until December, when he joined his command, near Petersburgh, and remained in active service up to Lee's surrender, near Appomattox, and was promoted to rank of corporal. In the engagement at the Wilderness his artillery horses were all shot and all of his drivers wounded, and they were obliged to abandon their guns. After the surrender, in April, 1865, they were ordered to report at Washington, and on the march accidentally cut his foot severely, and narrowly escaped the loss of his foot by gangrene getting into the wound. Was discharged from Campbell, U.S.A. Hospital, at Washington, July 7, 1865. He is a member of the Chippewa County Veteran Soldiers' and Sailors' Association. He was living in 1873 in Clayton, Jefferson Co., NY. He was living in 1873 in Chippewa Falls, Chippewa Co., WI. Came to Eagle Point in April 1873. He was listed in biography. Page 223 (History of Chippewa County Section) He was a marble cutter. He was a farmer. Has eighty acres of good land in Eagle Point, on Sec. 32, Town 30.
He was married to Sarah PUTNAM on 1 Jul 1852 in Clayton, Jefferson Co., NY. Children were: Althelia A. DUNTON, Alvaro F. DUNTON, Bion P. DUNTON, Bertie M. DUNTON.
Warren R. Dunton23, Dorset, Enlisted as Private at Manchester, Vermont, 8/14/1861. Made 1st Sergeant. Co. E 5th Vermont Infantry, 9/16/1861. 2nd Lieutenant 5th Vermont, 6/21/1862. 1st Lieutenant 5th Vermont, 11/22/1862. Discharged 3/31/1863 for wounds received at Fredericksburg, Virginia, 12/13/1862. 1st Lieutenant VRC 10/21/1863. Capt. VRC, 1/21/1864. Died 4/28/19026
Walter Chipman Dunton6, resided Rutland, Vermont, Corporal, Company H, 14th Vermont Infantry, died 4/23/1890, buried Rutland, Vermont
Submitted by Michael E. Dunton of PA
Source Morrisville Library, 114th NYSV, Company D Roster, Muster-in Roll, September 3, 1862, Norwich, NY
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DESCENT OF THE RAFTSMEN'S GUARD - Warren County, Pennsylvania,
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