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Barton, Ira McLaughlin, 1840-1876



  • Existence: 1840 - 1876

Ira M. Barton (1840-1876.) Attended Dartmouth for one year as a member of the class of 1862. Barton left Dartmouth to enlist in the Union Army becoming Captain of Co. E of the NH 5th Volunteers and later Lt. Col. of the 1st. Regiment of New Hampshire Heavy Artillery. After leaving the army Barton became a lawyer, first in Arkansas and later with his father in New Hampshire.

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Ira Barton papers

Identifier: MS-100
Overview Ira M. Barton (1840-1876.) Army officer and attorney. Includes professional and personal correspondence as well as military records.

US Army, 28th Infantry Division records

Identifier: MS-34
Scope and Contents The collection contains financial records and a few general orders relating to the 28th Infantry Div., stationed in Arkansas. Many items signed by, or addressed to, Ira M. Barton.