127th New York Infantry
"The Monitors"
Ethel S. Burch
1817 - 1902
Company I
Born: May 9, 1817, Masonville, Delaware County, NY
Date of Death: June 8, 1902
Burial Location:

Enlistment Date: October 27, 1864, transferred from 144th NY Infantry

Rank: Private
Description: 5 Feet 8 Inches Tall, Grey Eyes, Brown Hair, Light Complexion

Details: Camp Guard at Beaufort, South Carolina December 1864 through February 1865

Muster Out Date: June 30, 1865, at Charleston, SC

Marriage Date and Place: 1842
Wife’s Name: Polly   b. 1823

Father’s Name: Jesse
Mother’s Maiden Name: Sarah Palmer

Children:
HarrietBorn 1840
AsylBorn 1846
George Born 1847
WilliamBorn 1852
EmmaBorn 1855
ClarissaBorn 1862
Ethel (male)Born 1864

Occupations: Pre War: Mechanic and Carpenter
Occupations: Post War:Carpenter  

Known Addresses:1817/1902: Masonville, Delaware County, NY

Last Pension Rate: Bounty Paid by Town of Walton, NY, $600.00
Wife Pension Application Date: July 18, 1902

Sources:
Report of the Adjutant General New York
127th New York Volunteers By Franklin McGrath
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