Anson Sprague Wood

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Anson Sprague Wood

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Death: Died
Place of Burial: Butler-Savannah Cemetery, Savannah, Wayne, New York
Immediate Family:

Son of <private> Wood and Fanny Woodworth
Husband of Martha Louisa Vickery
Father of William Clark Wood; Robert Alvin Wood; Fannie Loraine Wood and Fred Gould Wood

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About Anson Sprague Wood

He enlisted, Aug 1862, in 138th NY Volunteer Infantry. Immediately promoted to 1st Lt to Capt to Major. For Gallantry at Battle of Petersburg, VA, he was promoted to Brevet Lt Colonel. Honored in General Orders by General Kiefer for Gallant Conduct in the Battles of Winchester and Cedar Creek, VA. On Dec 9, 1862, his Regiment converted to Artillery Regiment as 9th Regiment of Artillery. The Regiment was at Appomattox Court House, VA, on April 9, 1865, for the surrender of General Lee. After the War, he was Deputy Secretary of State of NY 1872- 73, 1880-85. He was a Lawyer in Wolcott, Wayne County, NY (1900).

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Anson Sprague Wood's Timeline

1834
1834
1857
December 22, 1857
Age 23
Youngstown, Niagara, New York
1858
October 22, 1858
Age 24
Lyons, Wayne, New York
1860
1860
Age 26
Lyons, Wayne, New York
1866
November 4, 1866
Age 32
Butler, Wayne, New York
1870
1870
- 1871
Age 36
State assembly office from Wayne Cty., NY
1872
1872
- 1873
Age 38
Deputy secretary of state
1873
June 27, 1873
Age 39
Albany, Albany, New York
1880
1880
- 1885
Age 46
Deputy secretary of state
1898
1898
Age 64
Dept. commander G.A.R. office, New York