Civil War Veterans Buried In Washington State - John Wallingford

John Noble Wallingford

Representing: Union


G.A.R Post

  • Isaac Stevens Post #1 Seattle, King Co. WA

Unit History

  • 2nd Minnesota Infantry H
  • 1st Minnesota Infantry I
John Wallingford
Family History

CWV Cremated WALLINGFORD JOHN NOBLE UNION CENSUS CHRON 2022

 

John N. Wallingford
Residence was not listed; 28 years old.

Enlisted on 7/15/1861 at Mankato, Blue Earth County, MN as a Sergeant.

On 7/15/1861 he mustered into "H" Co. MN 2nd Infantry

He Resigned on 2/8/1863

On 4/25/1865 he was commissioned into "I" Co. MN 1st Battn Infantry

He was Mustered Out on 7/14/1865

Promotions:

* 2nd Lieut 3/19/1862

* Capt 4/25/1865 (As of Co. I 1st Battn MN Infantry)

Other Information:

born in Maine

 

Name:

John N Wallingford

Enlistment Age:

28

Birth Date:

abt 1833

Birth Place:

Maine

Enlistment Date:

15 Jul 1861

Enlistment Place:

Mankato, Blue Earth County, Minnesota

Enlistment Rank:

Sergeant

Muster Date:

15 Jul 1861

Muster Place:

Minnesota

Muster Company:

H

Muster Regiment:

2nd Infantry

Muster Regiment Type:

Infantry

Muster Information:

Enlisted

Rank Change Date:

19 Mar 1862

Rank Change Rank:

2nd Lieutenant

Muster Out Date:

8 Feb 1863

Muster Out Information:

Resigned

Side of War:

Union

Survived War?:

Yes

Was Officer?:

Yes

Additional Notes 2:

Muster 2 Date: 25 Apr 1865; Muster 2 Place: Minnesota; Muster 2 Unit: 3385; Muster 2 Company: I; Muster 2 Regiment: 1st Battn Infantry; Muster 2 Regiment Type: Infantry; Muster 2 Information: Commission; Rank Change 2 Date: 25 Apr 1865; Rank Change 2 Rank: Captain; Rank Change 2 Information: As of Co. I 1st Battn MN Infantry; MusterOut 2 Date: 14 Jul 1865; MusterOut 2 Information: Mustered Out;

Title:

Minnesota in the Civil and Indian Wars 1861-65; Minnesota Adjutant General's Report of 1866

 

Name:

John N Wallingford

Birth Date:

4 Jul 1833

Birth Place:

Athens, Somersett, Maine

SAR Membership:

8912

Role:

Applicant

Application Date:

28 Jul 1896 Rev War App

Father:

Jonathan Wallingford

Mother:

Betsey Wallingford

 

 

 

Mary Jane Sheridan Wallingford

BIRTH

22 Jul 1853

Chatham, Chatham-Kent Municipality, Ontario, Canada

DEATH

26 Jul 1932 (aged 79)

Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, USA

BURIAL

Woodlawn Cemetery

Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, USA

Louis Irving 1871 1921

Russell Alger 1888 1939

 

1910 Seattle Ward 7 King Co. WA

John Wallingford 76/1834/ME parents NH/ME own income married 3 times

Mary J 53/1857/Canada IM 1860 4ch 4liv married 3 years

 

 

Name:

John N Wallingford

Gender:

Male

Birth Date:

abt 1834

Death Date:

8 Mar 1913

Age at Death:

79

Death Location:

Seattle, King, Washington

Father:

Jonathan Wallingford

Mother:

Betsey Noble

Record Source:

Washington State Death Records

 

John Noble Wallingford

BIRTH

4 Jul 1833

Athens, Somerset County, Maine, USA

DEATH

8 Mar 1913 (aged 79)

Seattle, King County, Washington, USA

BURIAL

Cremated, Ashes scattered. Specifically: His ashes were scattered over Puget Sound.

 

Find A Grave memorial 
102391439

When John Noble Wallingford was born on July 4, 1833, in Athens, Maine, his father, Jonathan, was 70 and his mother, Elizabeth, was 36. He married Arabella J. DeGroot and they had two children together. He then married Mary Jane Sheridan on June 10, 1907, in Minnehaha, South Dakota. He died on March 8, 1913, in Seattle, Washington, having lived a long life of 79 years.

The pictured cenotaph was placed and dedicated on July 14, 2021, by the Washington Society of the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. The ceremony took place during the 131st National Congress, which was being held at Renton, Washington.

John served as Captain of Company I, 1st Minnesota Volunteer Infantry during the Civil War. After 14 years in California he moved to Seattle in 1888, where he was a real estate developer, Seattle City Councilman, and Seattle Police Commissioner. The Seattle District of Wallingford was named for him.

John was admitted to the Washington State Society of the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Seattle Chapter, as a "Real Son" on June 20, 1896, through his father Jonathan Wallingford.

Jonathan Wallingford served from 1780 until the end of the war in Captain Timothy Emerson's Company, Colonel Thomas Bartlett's New Hampshire Regiment of Volunteers.

Gravesite Details
The Cenotaph is located in the Grand Army of the Republic Cemetery, next to Lakeview Cemetery on Capital Hill, Seattle, Washington. The pictured cenotaph was placed and dedicated on July 14, 2021, by the Washington Society of the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. The ceremony took place during the 131st National Congress, which was being held at Renton, Washington.

Name:

Arabella Wallingford[Arabella Degroot]

Gender:

Female

Birth Date:

abt 1839

Death Date:

20 Jul 1918

Age at Death:

79

Death Location:

Kirkland, King, Washington

Father:

Silas N Degroot

Mother:

Nancy Simmons

Record Source:

Washington State Death Records

Arabella J Degroot Wallingford

BIRTH

5 Jan 1839

DEATH

20 Jul 1918 (aged 79)

Kirkland, King County, Washington, USA

BURIAL

Lake View Cemetery

Seattle, King County, Washington, USA

Emma Wallingford Wood 1859 1949
John Grant 1885 1957

Name:

Noble John Wallingford

Gender:

Male

Marital Status:

Married

Age:

72

Estimated Birth Year:

abt 1858

Death Date:

09 Jul 1930

Death Place:

Seattle, King, Washington

Father:

John N. Wallingford

Mother:

Arabella De Grott

Spouse:

Edna Mae Wallingford

FHL Film Number:

2022722

 

Cemetery

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