WALDO, HENRY RICHARD (1845 - 1910)

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Santa Cruz Sentinel (May 6, 1910)
Henry R. Waldo
IOOF Cemetery in Santa Cruz

Veteran Waldo Passes Away

One by one the old soldiers are answering the final call, and this time Henry Richard Waldo answers the final summons. He died on Thursday morning at his home at 139 market St. where he has lived for five years. He was a brother of B.F. Waldo of the Ben Lomond mountains.

The deceased was born at Royalton, Vermont and was a veteran of the Civil war. He has made his home in California for forty one years and came here from Fort Bragg.

The deceased was an Odd Fellow, a member of Fort Bragg lodge No. 360. Surviving him are his wife, three sons, Walter, Ben, and Bert of Santa Cruz, and two daughters, Mrs. Emil Larsen of Fort Bragg and Mrs. L. Dotta of Santa Cruz.

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The funeral of the deceased will take place Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock from Wessendorf and Staffler's undertaking parlors. Friends and acquaintances are invited to attend.

Date of Birth: 1845-03-27

Date of Death: 1910-05-05

County: Santa Cruz

Cemetery/City of Burial: Santa Cruz Memorial Park

Plot: L10

Mortuary: W&S

Cause of Death: Kid/Nephrits

Occupation: Law/Police

Local Address: Market St 139

Last City: Santa Cruz

Native of: VT

Father Native of: Ralph (VT)

Enlisted: 1864/08/22

Discharged: 1865/06/15

Military Unit: VT_ 3 LtA_ Bt

Rank: Pvt

Military Notes: R-Royalton

GAR#: W32

Available records used to obtain information:
Cemetery records
Santa Cruz County death records
Military records
Santa Cruz and Monterey newspapers
Voter Records

CW Reference: WHL 1886 Roster

Creator: Nelson, Robert L.
Source: Old Soldier: the story of the Grand Army of the Republic in Santa Cruz County. Santa Cruz, CA: The Museum of Art & History, c2004.
Date: Undated
Coverage: Santa Cruz (County)
Rights: Reproduced by permission of Robert L. Nelson.
Identifier: OS-1029

Citation

Nelson, Robert L. “WALDO, HENRY RICHARD (1845 - 1910).” Old Soldier: the story of the Grand Army of the Republic in Santa Cruz County. Santa Cruz, CA: The Museum of Art & History, c2004. SCPL Local History. https://history.santacruzpl.org/omeka/items/show/134005. Accessed 22 Aug. 2019.