Civil War Veterans Buried In Washington State - James Attwell

James E Attwell

Representing: Union


Unit History

  • 76th Pennsylvania Infantry F

See full unit history

James Attwell
Full Unit History

James E. Atwell
The residence was not listed; 22 years old.
Enlisted on 8/27/1863 at Waterford, PA as a Private.
On 8/27/1863 he was drafted into "F" Co. PA 76th Infantry
He was discharged on 6/22/1865
He was listed as:
* Absent, sick (date and place not stated)
Other Information:
born 12/22/1840 in Great Valley, Cattaraugus, NY
died in 1933 in WA Soldiers Home, Orting, Pierce County, WA
Buried: WA Soldiers Home Cemetery, Orting, Pierce Co., WA
Gravesite: 3-L-37
(Son of William Atwell, Hannah Clark. Wife: 1. Mary 2. Alice)
Federal Pension Information:
He applied for a pension on 4/5/1887 from the state of NY
application # 604,811
After the War, he lived in WA Soldiers Home, Orting, Pierce Co., WA
Sources used by Historical Data Systems, Inc.:
- History of Pennsylvania Volunteers, 1861-1865
- National Archives: Index to Federal Pension Records
- Research provided by HDS subscriber
- PA State Archives: Civil War Veterans' Card File 1861-1865
- SUVCW Database: http://www.suvcwdb.org/
(c) Historical Data Systems, Inc. @ www.civilwardata.com

Family History

His residence was not listed and he was 22 years old when he enlisted on 8/27/1863 as a Private.

On 8/27/1863 he was drafted into "F" Co. PA 76th Infantry.
He was discharged on 6/22/1865.

James was born 12/22/1840 in Great Valley, Cattaraugus, NY.
He was the son of William Atwelland Hannah Clark. His firest wife was Mary and his second wife was Alice.

He applied for a pension on 4/5/1887 from the state of NY.


Veterans Affairs, Department of, Orting Soldiers Home, Member Files

https://digitalarchives.wa.gov/Record/View/F0055BB2E43CA270F76222384D6EA9DE


Cemetery

Buried at Washington Old Soldiers Home Cemetery Orting


©2022 Civil War Veterans Buried In Washington State • All Rights Reserved.