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Andrew Jackson Huntoon
Captain, United States Army
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Andrew Jackson Huntoon. During the Civil War he served as Captain, Company D, 12th New Hampshire Volunteer Infantry.  Following the war he became a physician.  He died on 20 July 1923 and was buried with military honors in Arlington National Cemetery.


Andrew Jackson Huntoon was born December 4, 1832. He married on May 4, 1859, Isabella, daughter of William H. Willson, of Ithaca, New York, born March 29, 1835. He enlisted August 22, 1863, in the 12th New Hampshite Volunteer Infantry, serving as Second Lieutenant, First Lieutenant, and Captain. He was wounded and captured at Chancellorsville, Virignia, May 3, 1863 and was discharged on account of wounds July 4, 1864. He graduated from the Medical Department of Georgetown College, D. C. in 1868. He resided at Washington, D. C., and was connected with the Treasury Department.  Children were: Florence Isabella, born January 5, 1862,  March 9, 1863; Bertha Marion, born May 9, 1868.
HUNTOON, ANDREW JACKSON

CAPT 12TH NH VOL
DATE OF DEATH: 07/20/1923
BURIED AT: SECTION W LOC  SITE LOT 542
ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY

HUNTOON, ISABELLA W/O A J
DATE OF DEATH: 03/24/1885
BURIED AT:   SITE LOT 542
ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY
  
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Posted: 3 November 2007

AJ Huntoon Gravesite PHOTO October 2007
Photo By M. R. Patterson, October 2007