Vermont History and Genealogy

December 23, 2006

Civil War – Underground Railroad Operators by County

Underground Railroad Operators

 

Addison:

Barber, E.D.

Barker, Samuel

Fuller, R.L.

Gordon, Joseph

Robinson, Rowland T.

Rogers, Joseph

Wicker, Cyrus W

 

Bennington:

Robert, Daniel, Jr.

Wilcox, Dr. S.

Caledonia:

Bailey, Rev. Kiah

Chittenden:

Bigelow, L.G.

Briggs, William P.

Byington, Anson

Dean, Professor

French William H.

Hoag, Nathan C.

Lovely, Noble

McNeil

Stansbury, E.A.

Young, Rev. Joshua D.D.

 

Franklin:

Brainerd, Hon. Lawrence

Comings, Andrew

Felton, Charles

Green, Rev.

Kendall, Col. Samuel

Martin,Jefferson

Sanborn, E.S.

Sabin, Hon. Alvah

Lamoille:

Caldwell, A.W.

Dodge, Jonathan

Gleed, Rev. John

Hotchkiss, John

Hotchkiss, J.M.

Safford Madison

Orange:

Griswold, Howard

Kimball, F.W.

Moore, Dr. L.C.

Putnam, Rev. George

Rowell, Hon. A.J.

Rutland:

Marsh, R.V.

Nicholson, D.E.

Ranney, E.S.

Rogers, Aaron

Rogers, Dinah

Thrall, R.R.

Washington:

Arms, Dr.

Butler, Deal

Miller, Col. J.P.

Parker, Deal

Stows, Stephen F.

Windham:

Frost, Willard

Shafter, Oscar L

Shafter, William R.

Windsor:

Fletcher, Ryalnd

Hutchinson, Ozamel

Hutchinson, Hon. Titus

Morris, Deal Sylvester

Woodward, Daniel

 

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5 Comments »

  1. I am trying to locate information about the Hon. A.J. Rowell’s activity in the Underground Railroad. He lived in Troy, Vt. I have found that he made a speech to the Vermont Legislature Oct. 25, 1852, on the death of Daniel Webster. The state archives does not have the text of the speech. His son also went to West Point and left the academy to join the Union Army. Any help would be appreciated about U.G.R.R. activity in Troy. Siebert lists four names of those who were involved there. Thank you. K. Harris

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