Gibson Hood

First Name: Gibson
Last Name: Hood
Co. H, 140th Pennsylvania Infantry
Residence (County): 
Beaver County, PA

Gibson Hood (b. ca. 1842) was from Beaver County, Pennsylvania. At the time of the 1860 Federal Census, Gibson was living in the household of his widowed mother, Mary Hood, who owned a farm. Gibson Hood served as a corporal in Co. H, 140th Pennsylvania Infantry. Hood's regiment suffered heavy losses at Gettysburg and Spotsylvania Court House, and Gibson was wounded in both battles. He survived and was mustered out of service on May 31, 1865. He died in 1871.

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ID Lettersort descending Date Author Recipient From To
13798 GibsonHood1 November 4, 1863 Gibson Hood Martha Withrow Warrenton, VA
13799 GibsonHood2 December 18, 1863 Gibson Hood Martha Withrow Stevensburg, VA

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