From The history of New Ipswich, New Hampshire
by Charles H. Chandler (Sentinel Print Co., Fitchburg MA, 1914)
He was a blacksmith in New York and Indiana until the Civil War, when he enlisted as artificer in the 5th Indiana Battery, and served more than three years, but was brevetted lieutenant at the battle of Chickamauga and afterward received his commission. He was afterward a wagon maker in Indiana, a farmer in Pennsylvania for several years, and later a travelling salesman in Tennessee. After a brief experience as market gardener in Xenia, O., he returned to his early home in Ellington, N. Y., and to miscellaneous mechanical activities. While a citizen of Indiana, he was a justice.
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