|Unit||Co. E, 21st Maine Infantry|
|Date||between 1890 and 1915|
|Place Born||Augusta, ME|
|Died||August 30, 1896|
|Place Died||Seattle, WA|
|Buried||Lake View (Seattle)|
|Service Record||Residence Augusta ME; Enlisted, age 23, on 10/13/1862 as a Private and mustered into "E" Co. ME 21st Infantry; Mustered Out on 8/25/1863 at Augusta, ME|
|Obit/Notes||-- "Brevities," Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Monday, August 31, 1896, page 3, column D A. F. Hill died at 11:45 o'clock last night, at 613 [very faint type] Union street, of consumption, aged 69 years. -- Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Tuesday, September 1, 1896, page 8, column F Old Resident of Seattle Dead A. F. Hill, of this city, whose death was announced in the Post-Intelligencer yesterday morning, had been a resident of this city for thirty years. He was born in Augusta, Me., in 1837. When he first came to Puget sound he worked at Port Gamble. In 1889 he ran a cigar store on Yesler way near Pioneer place. He was a member of Stevens Post, G. A. R. He leaves a wife, one daughter, Hannah, and four stepchildren, Mrs. James McIntyre, Mrs. Stuhl, William and James Barry. Mr. Hill's estate is of considerable value. -- "Brevities," Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Wednesday, September 2, 1896, page 8, column B The funeral of the late Alonzo E[.sic] Hill will take place today from the Church of the Immaculate Conception, at 3:30 [very faint type].|
Alonzo F. Hill (A. F. Hill)
Born in Augusta, Kennebec County Maine.
Died in Seattle, King County, Washington.
Served as a private in the Union Army from October 13, 1862 until his discharge on August 25, 1863.
He served as a member of Company E, Maine 21st infantry.
Worked in Port Gamble, Washington and operated a cigar store near the Pioneer Square district of Seattle.
Credit to Nils M Solsvik Jr for this great info.
Source: FAG memorial 5229106
Buried at Lake View Cemetery
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