Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Barney Ring.

Barney Ring.

Birth: abt. 1840, Williamstown, Orange County, Vermont.
Death: Mar. 13, 1900, Bennington, Bennington County, Vermont.

Parents: Moses Ring (1799 - 1871), Lucinda Whitney Ring (1806 - 1854.

Wife: Mary Ann Bohonon Ring.

Siblings: Fannie F Ring (____ - 1869), Phebe W Ring Coe (____ - 1876), Barney Ring (____ - 1900), Lucy Ann Ring (1831 - 1842), Alden Ring (1839 - 1845).

Burial: Vermont Veterans Home Cemetery, Bennington, Bennington County,Vermont.

On October 4, 1862, Barney mustered in as a Private in Company E, 12th Regiment, Vermont infantry. He was discharged due to disability from typhoid fever in November 1862.

In July, 1863, Barney mustered in again, serving as a member of Company L of the 11th Vermont Infantry. He transferred to Company C before mustering out August 15, 1865.

Barney was living in Topsham, Vermont when he married Mary Ann Bohonon in Washington, Vermont on November 15, 1869. Their marriage ended in divorce five years later.

Vermont Soldiers Home.

Barney Ring, Co. K., 12th., Vermont Infantry, Rank Private; Months of service 36; Nativity United States; Age 54; Pension $4.,; Disability Eyesight; Admitted from Vermont; Occupation Laborer; Widower; Read and Write Yes; Admitted September 5, 1894.

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