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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Harvard Memorial Biographies, 1859. (search)
ed his last amid the horrors of a Rebel prison. Strong Vincent Private Wayne Guards (Erie, Pa.), April-July, 1861; Lieutenant-Colonel 83d Penn. Vols. (Infantry), September, 1861; Colonel, JHis father was Bethuel B. Vincent, at the time, and for many years after, a large iron-founder at Erie. His mother was Sarah. A. (Strong) Vincent. His school-days were like those of other boys unis reading while in college was with this view. Graduating in 1859, he returned immediately to Erie, and began to study law in the office of a leading lawyer of the county. In two years he had bec he found his wife and father ready to receive him on landing at New York. They soon took him to Erie, where he remained till the 1st of October, returning then to the scene of war. He found his regi awake he uttered no complaint. Finally, on the 7th he breathed his last. The body was taken to Erie, and there buried with military honors. A little girl was born to Vincent two months after his