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Santa Cruz County History - People
Old Soldiers: Santa Cruz County Civil War Veterans
by Robert L. Nelson
PENDLETON, EDWARD (1845-1912)
American Civil War Research Database, Historical Data Systems
Oakwood Memorial Park
Massachusetts Men in the Civil War
27th Massachusetts Company G
Pendleton Edward Private Res. Longmeadow; farmer; 18 yrs.; Enlisted and Mustered July 24, 1862; re enlisted Jan 1, 1864; wounded and prisoner, March 8 1865, South West Creek N.C.; exchanged, date not shown; discharged for wounds, Nov. 23 1865 at Boston Mass.
Santa Cruz Sentinel (July 6, 1912)
Old Soldier Dies
Edward Pendleton Passes Away Today
Edward Pendleton died today at his residence on Myrtle Street where he has been very ill.
He was a member of the civil war and was a member of Wallace Reynolds Post GAR. He was a native of Mass., 67 years of age and leaves a wife and son.
The funeral will take place Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from Pacific Coast Undertaking Parlors.
Santa Cruz Sentinel (July 9, 1912)
The funeral of Edward Pendleton was held Monday from the Pacific Coast Undertaking Parlors under the auspices of the G.A.R. The religious service was conducted by Rev. J. Orr of the Congregational Church. The body will be sent to Cypress Lawn for cremation.
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