|Posted By:||amanda peterson|
|Subject:||Re: Albert P. Moulton of the 54th Pennsylvania Infantry, Civil War|
|Post Date:||May 12, 2007 at 07:13:26|
|Forum:||Lehigh County, PA Genealogy Forum|
Sorry, I didnt really find anything in census matching your descriptions, this is the closest:
1850-North Mulberry Ward, Philadelphia, PA Dwell#1159, Family #1270
Moulton, Albert, 27, Merchant, b. Rhode Island
--, Elizabeth, 24, b. PA
--, Mary, 4, b. PA
--, Elizabeth, 2, b. PA
Hughes, Margaret, 20, b. Ireland
Huges, Jane, 28, b. Ireland
1870-Philadephia Ward 10 Dist 29 (2nd enum), Dwell #133
Moulton, Albert, 50
--, Elizabeth, 45
--, Elizabeth, 20
--, Leaura, 15
--, Robert, 15
--, Anna, 10
Pityzimous??, Margaret, 30
Shannon, Mary, 15
1880-Philadelphia, 1117 Arch Street, Dwelling#85, Family #102, Boarders in Boarderhouse of Anne E Linch.
Moulton, Albert, 45, married, b. MA, father b. VT, mother b. PA, occ. dry goods clerk
--, Elizabeth, 50, married, b. PA, father b. PA, mother b. PA
Also, I found a Henry Moulton who enlisted in the same 32nd regiment as Albert about a month later in July. But I didnt see him in the census in the same city as Albert. So I not sure if this could be a possible relation? Henry did move on to the 54th, though. However in the 1900 Census I found a Henry Moulton, b. Dec 1845, PA, (both parents b. NJ) as an inmate in the US Soldiers Home in Washington, DC, Dist 150.
There are several links to stories of the 54th which mention Albert Moulton. I will send you those via email.
good luck with your search, it looks like a tough one.