DANIEL WOLFORD, Private, Co. H, transferred to Co. D, 1 March, 1863, at Peach Orchard, Kentucky.ENLISTED: 27 December, 1862.
MILITARY DATA: 20 March, ’63, at Mouth of Card, contracted “neuralgia from exposure and hard service.” Wounded in skirmish at Piketon, July, 1863; treated at the old Pike County courthouse for 2-3 weeks and returned to service in August; treated for remittent fever June and July, ’63; in May and June, 1864, absent on duty.
FAMILY DATA: B: 22 Sept. 1837, Piketon, Pike Co., Kentucky. Parents George and Abigail Coleman Wolford (nephew of Denny Coleman of Co. H). Wife: Matilda Baker, daughter of Elijah and Sarah Baker. She died in 1881 in Meeker Co., Minnesota. Married second Fannie Carrigan 1892 in McLeod Co. She died in Mora, Kanabec Co., Minnesota. Children: Daniel H., George Hiram, Sarah, Greenville William, Mary, Ida, Annie. Description: 5’11’’, dark hair, gray eyes. Signed by mark.
RESIDENCES: Pike Co., Kentucky. After the war - 1 years in Ohio, back to Pike Co for 7 years, McLeod Co., Minnesota; Holding (Holdingford), Stearns Co., Minnesota, by April 14, 1875, near the Bakers; Meeker Co., Minnesota; 1 year in Evona, Gentry, Missouri, (Edward and F. Baker there too, Mora, Kanabec Co., Minnesota).
DEATH: Dropped from pension 4 January, 1913, death date not given. Died at Mora, Minnesota, and buried at Oakwood Cemetery. Daniel died Wednesday, January 13th, 1913, according to the front page of the Kanabec County Times, January 30th, 1913.