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Stacey Underwood "Merrill, [We] are definitely are related!" Both are the ones in your branch of the family. I stem from Franklin "Frank" Sr.'s brother Emmett Harrison's side of the family. We definitely need to converse under more secure circumstances--Not Here! Let me know how you wish to proceed by emailing me...then we can get better acquainted!
Mar 05, 2016 · posted to the person Lodwick Daniel Underwood
Stacey Underwood Ok..."We Are Definitely Related, as I stem from Franklin Leroy's brother Emmett Harrison (my great-grandfather). If we could converse under more secure circumstances it would more advantagous for both of us. Please, let me know how you wish to proceed!
Mar 05, 2016 · posted to the person Lodwick Daniel Underwood
Stacey Underwood Sorry for taking so, long in responding to your inquiry but Merrill, could you tell me how you may be related?
Mar 03, 2016 · posted to the person Lodwick Daniel Underwood
Stacey Underwood In Memory of Cpl. Lodwick Daniel Underwood’s Military Service in Co. I, 4th Vermont Volunteer Infantry (VVI) Regiment, 1st Vermont Brigade; during the War of the Rebellion (Friday, April 12, 1861-Sunday, April 9, 1865) LIFE Birth: Sunday, February 22, 1846, Jamaica, Windham County, Vermont, USA Father: Joshua Underwood s. of Daniel K. and Mary Polly (Mason) Underwood Mother: Hannah M. Thompson d. of Unknown Parents Siblings (Order of Birth): (1) Joseph Daniel Underwood (b. 1836), (2) Abigail Underwood (b. 1838), (3) Lorenzo Daniel Underwood (b. April 6, 1845-d. March 16, 1864), (5) Elias Daniel Underwood (b. 1849) Religious Faith: Congregationalist Church Marriage: Saturday, January 18, 1873, Wallingford, Rutland County, Vermont, United States (NOTE: This was Sophronia (Horton) Rhode's 2nd marriage, as her first husband had died, one James Rhodes, III. They had one child together that was about 4yrs old, one Albert T. Rhodes (b. 1869), who would become a machinist. Lodwick would raise this boy as his own. The Marriage was conducted by Hon. G.E. Johnson, a Justice-of-the-Peace, in Wallingford, VT. Both Lodwick and Sophronia would enjoy a good life together on the farm, and raise good respectable children, until their deaths.) Wife: Sophronia A. (Horton) Rhodes (July 27, 1852-May 10, 1917), Wallingford, Rutland County, Vermont, USA Children (In Order of Birth): (1) Edgar Elias Underwood (b. 1873), (2) Franklin Leroy Underwood, Sr. (b. 1875-d. 1922), (3) Mary (Underwood) Farr (b. 1878), (4) Martha “Mattie” Jane (Underwood) Buffum (b. 1880-d. 1943), (5) Elwin Underwood (b. 1881), (6) William Henry Underwood (b. 1884-d. 1884), (7) Henrietta Underwood (b. 1885-d. 1885), (8) Emmett Harrison Underwood (b. 1888-d. 1974), (9) Jerusha Underwood (b. 1889). Skills & Miscellaneous: Won countless national marksmanship competitions, awarded a Sharps rifle by his Regiment inscribed, "In honor of your service and skill, during the War (1875)." This rifle remained in excellent working condition, and was passed-down to my grandfather, Raymond Author Underwood, Sr., (1910-1994); and is still (to the best of my knowledge) in the family, today. Additionally, he was an active and "Good Standing" member of the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR), right up until his death. He was always thoughtful, kind, considerate, and considered a "Good Man," by [all] who knew him. MILITARY SERVICE [NOTICE: The information contained herein is based upon various sources. It is an extrapolation of said sources, and is as I know it to be at this time. The information is subject to change as more accurate sources become available to me.] Unit: Cos. I & F, 4th Vermont Volunteer Infantry Regiment, 1st Vermont Brigade (aka The Old Brigade), 2nd Brigade, 2nd Division, IV & VI Corps, Army of the Potomac and Army of the Shenandoah, Department of the Potomac, Union Army. Promoted: Corporal on Thursday, January 19, 1865 Transfers: Co. F, on Saturday, February 25, 1865 REGIMENTAL BATTLE HONORS (IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER): Reconnaissance of Young's Mill, near Newport News, VA (Friday, April 4, 1862) Siege of Yorktown, Yorktown, VA (Saturday, April 5-Sunday, May 4, 1862) Reconnaissance of Lee's Mill and Dam No.1, Lee's Mill, VA (Saturday, April 5, 1862) Battle of Lee's Mills, Lee's Mill, VA (This was the first assault of the war on a fortified position, and the 4th Vermont Infantry attacked and demonstrated at Dam No.1, under fire.) (Friday, April 16, 1862) Battle of Williamsburg, Williamsburg, VA (Monday, May 5, 1862) Battles at Garnett's Farm, VA (Friday, June 27, 1862) Battle at Golding's Farms, VA (Saturday, June 28, 1862) Battle at Savage's Station, Savage's Station, VA (Sunday, June 29, 1862) Battle at White Oak Bridge, White Oak Swamp, VA (Monday, June 30, 1862) Battle of South Mountain, at Crampton's Gap, Burkittsville, MD (Sunday, September 14, 1862) Battle at Antietam Creek, Sharpsburg, MD (Wednesday, September 17, 1862) 1st Battle of Fredericksburg, Fredericksburg, VA (Thursday, December 11–Monday, December 15, 1862) Battle of Chancellorsville, Chancellorsville, VA (Thursday, April 30-Wednesday, May 6, 1863) Battle of Marye’s Heights, Fredericksburg, VA (Sunday, May 3, 1863) Battle of Salem Church at Bank’s Ford, Fredericksburg, VA (Monday, May 4, 1863) 2nd Battle of Fredericksburg, Fredericksburg, VA (Friday, June 5, 1863) Battle of Gettysburg, Gettysburg, PA (The Vermont Brigade arrived on the battlefield, at the head of the VI Corps' column, at 5:02pm, Thursday, July 2, 1863; much to Maj.Gen. George Gordon Meade’s relief. With a deep sigh of relief Meade exclaimed, “Thank God it’s the Sixth Corps.” Pvt. Lodwick Underwood was taken prisoner along with a Sgt. Leblin Green, Co. H, 1st Vermont Cavalry around the southwestern base of Big Round Top, by skirmishers of the 1st Texas Infantry Regiment of Gen. Robertson's Texas Brigade, of Maj.Gen. John Bell Hood's Corps. Both men were among POWs, at Camp Parole, Annapolis, MD; where they were “Paroled and Exchanged” Sunday, July 26, 1863. According to then Colonel Lewis Addison Grant's "After Action Report," dated in August of 1863; the 4th Vermont Volunteer Infantry (VVI) Regiment was posted as skirmishers and pickets, during Farnsworth’s Raid of Friday, July 3-Saturday, July 4, 1863.) Battle of Funkstown, Funkstown, MD (Friday, July 10, 1863) [NOTE: Lodwick was in captivity, at the time.] New York City Draft Riots, New York, NY (Monday, July 13-Thursday, July 16, 1863) [NOTE: Lodwick was in captivity, at the time.] Battle at Rappahannock Station, Rappahannock Station, VA (Saturday, November 7, 1863) Battle of the Wilderness, Wilderness, VA (Thursday, May 5–Tuesday, May 10, 1864) Battle of Spottsylvania, Spottsylvania, VA (Tuesday, May 10–Wednesday, May 18, 1864) (The 4th Vermont Infantry Regiment was heavily engaged at a place called, "The 'Mule Shoe' Salient," on Saturday, May 14, 1864, after fighting extensively in the engagements of the previous days, and would continue to provide essential manpower during the remaining engagements, until Wednesday the 18th of May.) Battle of Cold Harbor, Cold Harbor, VA (Wednesday, June 1–Sunday, June 12, 1864) 1st Battle of Petersburg, Petersburg, VA (Saturday, June 18, 1864) Battle at Weldon Railroad, Petersburg, VA (Tuesday, June 21–Thursday, June 23, 1864) Battle of Fort Stevens, Silver Spring, MD (Monday, July 11-Tuesday, July 12, 1864) Battle of Charles Town, Charles Town, WV (Sunday, August 21, 1864) Battle of the Opequan, at Gilbert’s Ford, Winchester, VA (Tuesday, September 13, 1864) Battle of Winchester, Winchester, VA (Monday, September 19, 1864) Battle of Fisher's Hill, Fisher's Hill, VA (Wednesday, September 21, 1864) Battle of Mt. Jackson, Mt. Jackson, VA (Saturday, September 24, 1864) Battle of Cedar Creek, Middletown, VA (Wednesday, October 19, 1864) 2nd Battle of Petersburg, Petersburg, VA (Saturday, March 25, 1865) 3rd Battle of Petersburg (aka "The Breakthrough"), Petersburg, VA (Sunday, April 2, 1865) (NOTE: Lodwick lost his left leg, as a result of an exploding cannon shell in the trench where he was sniping at the enemy Artillery Batteries. He was taken, by ambulance when it was safe to remove him from the battlefield, after the city surrendered, and was transported to City Point, VA. From there, he was placed on a steamer bound for Washington, DC, and admitted into the Armory Square Hospital, on Friday, April 7, 1865; to recuperate from the amputation of his left leg on about Tuesday, April 4th. By April 30th, he was transported by steamer to a Sanitary Commission Station in New York City for 2-weeks as he was observed for infection and awaited transport by train to Sloan US Army General Hospital, at Montpelier, VT. He would later be discharged from that place, on about Friday, August 11, 1865; and sent to Mount Tabor, VT to complete his recovery from the amputation in the home of relatives--never to leave Vermont again.) Battle of Little Saylors Creek, Saylors Creek, VA (Thursday, April 6, 1865) Battle of Appomattox Court House, Appomattox, VA (Sunday, April 9, 1865) Lee's Surrender at the McLean House, Appomattox, VA (4:00pm, Sunday, April 9, 1865) OBITUARY Newspaper: Rutland Daily Herald, Tuesday, October 1, 1923 Death: Saturday, September 28, 1923; Wallingford, Rutland County, Vermont, United States Wallingford—Lodwick “Ludwig” D. Underwood died at his home on Church Street Saturday morning at 8 o'clock after a week's illness, at the age of 77 years. Mr. Underwood was a Civil War veteran, having served as corporal in Co. F., 4th Vermont. He is survived by four children, Mrs. Mary Farr of Perkinsville, Edgar of Peterboro, N.H., Mrs. Mattie Buffum of this place and Emmett of Springfield, and several grandchildren. The funeral will be held this afternoon in the Congregational Church at 2:30 o'clock. Members of Kearney W.R.C.* will meet at the church at 2:15 to attend the service. Burial: Green Hill Cemetery located on the east side of S. Main Street (US7), in Wallingford, Rutland County, Vermont, United States. The grave-site is physically located on Patriot's Hill, Plot #14. The grave site can also, be viewed on-line, through the Find-A-Grave Website: *Kearney W.R.C.: Kearney is the Post Name of one of the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) Posts in Vermont that Lodwick was a member of. The initials W.R.C. stand for the “Women’s Relief Corps” of that particular GAR Post.
Nov 11, 2012 · posted to the person Lodwick Daniel Underwood