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He helped overcome the opposition in the Mississippi Valley states of the Confederacy and afterwards was with Sherman on his historic campaign to Atlanta and the march to the sea, and then up through the Carolinas to Washington, where he marched in the Grand Review. For gallant and meritorious services he was promoted first to quartermaster sergeant, then to second lieutenant and acting regimental quartermaster, then to first lieutenant and regimental quartermaster, and finally to captain and assistant adjutant general.
He was recommended for promotion to the rank of major, but the war closing about that time he was not commissioned. He was mustered out with the rank of captain and assistant adjutant general in September, , more than four years from the time he had closed his store in Iowa and started for the front. The winter of he spent in his native City of Boston, and then began life anew in Junction City, Kansas.
Captain Trott was an active member of the Grand Army of the Republic, which organization attended his funeral.
Through his efforts and the liberal cooperation of friends this church has grown and prospered. As superintendent of the Sunday School for more than twenty-five years he has labored for Christ and the church.
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The handsome new church home has become a reality through the untiring efforts of a loyal band of co-workers, among whom he was a leader. An an officer of the local church, a trustee of the Universalist State Convention, he has always been a loyal, faithful, constructive worker.
As president of the Highland Cemetery Association for years he has actively helped to make this beautifully located cemetery one of the best and most prosperous associations in the state. Captain Trott in a quiet way was a man of influence in this community. By intelligent service and unwavering loyalty he proved himself to be a good citizen, a faithful friend, a Christian gentleman. Her father was Hon. Trott, who was also an active member of the Universalist Church, died August 17, He was educated in the local schools and in graduated from Lombard University at Galesburg, Illinois.
Since then for over a quarter of a century he has been an active merchant.
For about ten years he was in business at Denver, Colorado, and then returned to Junction City to join his father as a partner in the Trott book and stationery store. Trott takes an active part in local affairs and is a leading republican, as was his father. In he was elected a member of the State Senate, and his term was a service highly creditable to himself and to his senatorial district. Trott is a Knight Templar Mason, a member of the Mystic Shrine, and has held the various offices in the local lodges of Masonry.
He is a member of the Universalist Church.
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