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Bacon, Roseme E.
ROSEME E. BACON. Born in Haverhill, N. H., where his parents were residing for a short time. Son of John Bacon, 2d, Esq., of St. Johnsbury Centre, and a young man of good promise. Enlisted at the age of nineteen years, for nine months, August 28, 1862, in Company K, 15th Regiment, and was mustered into United States service, as a Corporal, October 22, 1862. Promoted 2d Corporal. Died in camp, March 5, 1863, by suicide, committed by reason of aberration of mind. His body was brought home and buried in the new Cemetery at St. Johnsbury Centre. Funeral services March 15, conducted by Rev. George H. Clark, pastor of the Congregational church. United States bounty, $25 ; from town of St. Johnsbury, $25.