594. Alvah C.8 Wallingford (Stephen7, Aaron6, John5, John4, John3, John2, Nicholas1) was born in Lebanon, York County, Maine about 1833.(3140) He was 16 in the 1850 census. Alvah died of disease during the war, 21 July 1864, in New Orleans, Louisiana, at 31 years of age.(3141)
He married Mary E., about 1860.(3142) They must have married between the time of the 1860 census, when Alvah was still living with his parents, and their son's birth the following April.
He was living with his parents in Lebanon, Maine when the 1850 and 1860 censuses were taken. In 1860 his occupation was listed as shoemaker and his name was given as "Alvin".(3143) Alvah was a Civil War soldier. As a resident of Somersworth, N.H., born in Lebanon, he enlisted as a private in Co. D of the 7th N.H. Regiment on 18 October 1861, and was mustered in on 6 November following. He was discharged on a disability on 9 March 1863. Later that year, on 26 November, he reenlisted as a private in Co. G of the 30th Maine Infantry and was mustered in on December 28th. He still resided in Somersworth at the time but his enlistment was credited to Lebanon, Maine. He died of disease during the war in New Orleans.(3144)
Alvah C. Wallingford and Mary E. had the following child:
755 i. Frank E.9 Wallingford was born probably in Lebanon, Maine 14 April 1861. (Calculated from age on gravestone of 12 days) Frank died 26 April 1861, probably in Lebanon, Maine, aged 12 days.(3145) He was the only person buried in a small family lot in the "Wallingford City" area of South Lebanon that has since seemingly disappeared.(3146)