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AgeMaiden NameSpouse or DecedentLocaleLocation
(Event)
Place of Death or
Last Known Residence/Notes
07/06/1864214PALM, Francis (Dr.)*61PAPA: Berks Co.: Fridensburg (d Jun 23, 1864 age 61y, 9m, 18d); mentions chren; wife d several yrs ago; on way home from visiting patients, became ill, stopped at neighbor's house, d there in 15 min. Told them not to disturb him in his devotions.
07/06/1864214WILLIAMS, David*79PAPA: Erie Co.: Fairview (d Jun 7, 1864); 9 chren remain
07/06/1864214LUSH, Elizabeth*45HARTMANLUSH, JacobPA--: Blockhouse settlement (b Feb 26, 1819)PA: Lycoming Co.: Solidaysburg area (d Jun 17, 1864 age 45y, 3m, 21d); husb, 10 chren remain; cold settled on her lungs. Minister: L. MAY
07/06/1864214HARTMAN, Elizabeth*45LUSH, JacobPA--: Blockhouse settlement (b Feb 26, 1819)PA: Lycoming Co.: Solidaysburg area (d Jun 17, 1864 age 45y, 3m, 21d); husb, 10 chren remain; cold settled on her lungs. Minister: L. MAY
07/06/1864214LUSH, JacobHARTMAN, Elizabeth*
07/06/1864214DOMER, Abraham*2PAPA: Indiana Co.: Brush Valley (d Jun 17, 1864 age 2y, 8m, 3d); son of G. S. & Susan. Minister: S. VANDERSAL
07/06/1864214REMLEY, C. F. (Sgt.)*25GAWUERTEMBERG (b Jan 30, 1839)GA: d from breast wound recd at Battle of Mill Creek May 8, 1864 age 25y, 3m, 21d; had been prisoner at Richmond; bro Fred killed at Port Republic at same time C.F. was captured; funeral Jun 12 at Greensburg, OH. Minister: A. LOEHNER
07/06/1864214REMLEY, Fred*--[death mentioned in obit of bro, C. F. REMLEY, Jul 6, 1864, p 21]
07/13/1864224EXAMPLE, Sinking of the ALABAMAsee Jul 13, 1864 p 224; cont Jul 20, p 228
07/20/1864229EXAMPLE, Letter from Battle FieldLetter from Battle Field nr Marietta, GA, see Jul 20, 1864 p 229; Jul 27, 1864 p 237
07/20/1864229EXAMPLE, Letter from Co. Lieut. FOXLetter from Co. Lieut. FOX to A. W. JAMES, whose sons died in battle; see Jul 20, 1864 p 229
07/20/1864229JAMES, Edward*--VAPA: Bedford Co. (res of father, A. W.)VA: Petersburg (d Jun 18, 1864 in battle nr Petersburg); bro John wounded side by side; this in letter from their commander to their father
07/20/1864229JAMES, John*--VAPA: Bedford Co. (res of father, A. W.)VA: Hampton hosp. nr Fortress Monroe (d Jun 21, 1864 after battle nr Petersburg); bro Edward wounded side by side; this in letter from their commander to their father
07/20/1864230HOY, Daniel*20OHOH: Henry Co.: Shunk area (d May 19, 1864 age 20y, 10m, 20d); son of David & Hannah; lung-fever
07/20/1864230WEBER, Abr.*21PAPA: Clarion Co.: Ashland (d Jun 10, 1864 age 21y, 2m, 23d);
07/20/1864230REINOEHL, Susanna*22PAPA: Leb. Co.: Lebanon (d Jun 30, 1864 age 22y, 6m); teacher in Sabbath-school; pars, bros, sisters remain; typhoid fever ca 13 days
07/20/1864230MARTIN, Sarah*69MARTIN, DavidOHPA: Lancaster Co. (b)OH: Wayne Co.: Plain Tp. (d Jun 22, 1864 age 69y, 3m, 27d); converted in Lebanon Co. ca 35 yrs ago, joined Evan. Assn.; husb, 6 chren remain; bilious fever. Minister: LONGBRAKE, H.
07/20/1864230MARTIN, David-----, Sarah*
07/20/1864230KANE, Martha Jane*7PAPA: Columbia Co.: Centreville (d Jun 23, 1864 age 7y, 10m, 15d); only dau of William & Sarah; drowned
07/20/1864230HELSLEY, Henry, Sr. (Mrs.)*86OHOH: Trumbull Co.: Southington (d Jul 5, 1864 age 86y, 10m, 22d at res of son Henry); "dumb Palsey." Minister: S. F. CROWTHER
07/20/1864230KLINGLER, Sarah*66KLINGLER, Geo.OHOH: Wayne Co. (d Jun 30, 1864 age 66y, 3m, 23d); converted ca 29 yrs ago; husb, several chren remain; chronic inflammation of stomach / dropsy. Minister: H. LONGBRAKE
07/20/1864230KLINGLER, Geo.-----, Sarah*
07/20/1864230HENNY, Samuel*27KYKY: Hosp. at Louisville (d Jun 7, 1864 age 27y, 6m, 3d); memb 55th Regt. OVI; re-enlisted last Feb; in Potomac army; wounded Battle of Resaca May 15th, d in hosp.; bur West Salem, OH; mother, bros, sisters remain. Minister: H. LONGBRAKE
07/20/1864230DUTH, Edwin Charles (Dr.)*30ARAR: Hosp. at Little Rock (d May 27, 1864 age 30y, 7m, 11d); son of Charles & Caroline; memb 29th R. IA V; health failed, but worked in hosp; w/ pars to Stephenson Co., IL; wife, 3 sm chren, pars, 4 bros & sisters remain; chronic diarrhoe [sic]
07/20/1864230KNAUSE, Wesley*15GAGA: killed Battle of Resaca May 13, 1864 when enemy ball pierced his head; d age 15y, 11m, 12d; memb 26 Regt. IL V.; pars, 2 sis remain
07/20/1864230COBAUGH, John E.*25VAPA: Somerset Co. (b)VA: U.S. Hosp. at Fredericksburg (d May 19, 1864 age 25y, 2m, 27d); memb Co. A, 10th Regt. P.V.I., 5th A.C.; wounded Battle of Wilderness May 6th, leg amputated; pars, grpars, an only bro remain [very descriptive obit]
07/27/1864238KOPP, Catharine Elizabeth*37KOPP, C. (Rev.) Presiding ElderILGRAND DUCHY OF HESSEN (b)IL: Will Co.: Plainfield (d Jun 15, 1864 age 37y, 11m, 12d); age 8 w/ pars to AMER to Washington area, Tazewell Co., IL; bur Jun 16th in Plainfield Cem. Minister: J. KANAGY
07/27/1864238KOPP, C. (Rev.) Presiding Elder-----, Scatharine Elizabeth*
07/27/1864238TRESSLER, Mary Rebecca*33TRESSLER, JohnPAPA: Perry Co.: Juniata Tp. (d Jun 7, 1864 age 33y, 8m, 24d)
07/27/1864238TRESSLER, John-----, Mary Rebecca*
07/27/1864238SUPER, Henry*43PAPA: Perry Co.: Juniata Tp. (d Jun 13, 1864 age 43y, 9m); converted ca 6 yrs ago; widow, chren remain
07/27/1864238FALK, Joseph*57PAPA: Mercer Co.: West Salem Tp. (d Jun 25, 1864); memb Evan. Assn. ca 30 yrs; class-leader most of that time; 5 chren remain; 3 chren dead
07/27/1864238HARRIGER, Elizabeth*66HARRIGER, Jac.PAPA: Clarion Co.: Monroe Tp. (d Jun 24, 1864 age 66y, 10m, 9d); converted ca 33 yrs ago under Miller & Boas; husb, large circle of friends mourn
07/27/1864238HARRIGER, Jac.-----, Elizabeth*
07/27/1864238CUPP, Conrad*54+PAPA: Somerset Co.: Milford Tp. (d Jun 30, 1864); converted ca 20 yrs ago; wife, 5 chren, bros, sisters remain; one bro is Rev. G. W.
07/27/1864238WEYRICK, Joseph*10ININ: Elkhart Co. (d Jun 9, 1864 age 10y, 2m, 14d); son of Jonathan & Rebecca; spotted fever
07/27/1864238IRWIN, Martha Jane*1ILIL: Lee Co.: Franklin Grove (d Jun 26, 1864 age 1y, 7m, 6d); dau of Robert L. & Sarah A.; measles. "Her father is in his country's service."
07/27/1864239HOLBEN, Robert*1PAPA: Armstrong Co. (d Jun 25, 1864 age 1y, 7m minus a few days); son of Aaron & Catharine; measles
07/27/1864239LERCH, Edwin Martin*5ILIL: Freeport area (d Jun 16, 1864 age 5y, 8m less 8 days); child of Wm. & Sarah; diptheria [sic]
07/27/1864239LERCH, Rosa Ellen*3ILIL: Freeport area (d Jun 18, 1864 age 3y, 10m, 1d); child of Wm. & Sarah; diptheria [sic]
07/27/1864239KLOEPFER, Levi*21GAGA: killed nr Resaca May 15, 1864 age 21y, 6m, 11d; pierced by several balls; son of George & Margaret; left home Aug 1862. Religious Telescope please copy
07/27/1864239ALBERT, William F.*ca20VAVA: Danville (d sometime in Jan 1864 after being prisoner 4+ mos); age ca 20y, 9m; son of John & Magdalena; memb Co. B, 51 PA V.; funeral Newvillage, Northampton Co., PA on June 5th; typhoid fever
07/27/1864239PETERS, Lewis*21GAPA: Carbon Co. (b)GA: Marietta area (d hosp nr Pumpkinvine Creek May 31, 1864 age 21y, 3m, 10d); son of Nathan & Susannah; hit by musket ball; memb Co. B, 124th R.O.V.I.; bur GA in same tier of graves w/ Maj. HAMPSON; pars, bro, sis res West Salem, Wayne Co., OH [lengthy]
07/27/1864239WEISS, Mich.*22GAGA: Dalton (d in skirmish Feb 24, 1864 age 22y, 8m); memb 3d OH Cav. Regt.; was S.S. teacher in Sandusky City [possibly OH]; pars res Ft. Wayne, IN; has bros & sisters. Minister: J. M. GOMER
07/27/1864239FARNER, Daniel*15GAGA: shot in battle in GA May 14, 1864 age 15y, 6m, 18d; son of S. & E. of Pickaway Co., OH; was in service 5 mos
08/03/1864246HEISERMAN, Cyrus Irvin*15IAIA: Fayette Co. (d May [no day stated] 1864); son of John & Catharine; diptheria [sic]
08/03/1864246HEISERMAN, Willian [sic] Henry*10IAIA: Fayette Co. (d Jul 15, 1864); son of John & Catharine; diptheria [sic] [d a week after bro Cyrus Irvin
08/03/1864246MOODY, William Marshal*infanILIL: Perry Co.: St. Johns (d Jul 15, 1864); son of Rev. Wm. & Mary
08/03/1864246KOOKER, Wm. (Cpl.)*ca25--PA: Montgomery Co.: Trappe (b)--: Petersburg area (killed Jun 17, 1864 by shell when tearing up railroad); memb Evan. Assn. ca 7 yrs; memb Co. C, 51st Regt., P.V.; had re-enlisted
08/03/1864247STETLER, Daniel*--MDMD: died Camden St. Hosp. Apr 19, 1864; joined 6th OH Cav; not in good health most of time in army; consumption; wife, 2 daus remain. Minister: A. LOEHNER
08/03/1864247ROMIG, Henry H.*21TNTN: Memphis soldiers' hosp. (d May 21, 1864 age 21y, 4m, 2d); son of Isaac & Eliz.; memb IA 27th regt.; "wounded through carelessness" nr Pleasant Hill; pars, 1 bro, 4 sis remain
08/10/1864254LONG, Catharine Elizabeth*8ILIL: Ogle Co. (d Jul 23, 1864 age 8y, 6m, 12d); child of J. J. & Catharine; grch of Bishop LONG; drowned; bur 3 mi north of Brookville
08/10/1864254LONG, Joseph Andrew Jackson*6ILIL: Ogle Co. (d Jul 23, 1864 age 6y, 4m, 21d); child of J. J. & Catharine; grch of Bishop LONG; drowned; bur 3 mi north of Brookville
08/10/1864254SHAMO, Rachel*39TOBIASSHAMO, C. (Rev.)ININ: De Kalb Co.: Waterloo area (d Jul 24, 1864 age 39y, 3m, 18d); husb, 2 chren remain; consumption
08/10/1864254TOBIAS, Rachel*39SHAMO, C. (Rev.)ININ: De Kalb Co.: Waterloo area (d Jul 24, 1864 age 39y, 3m, 18d); husb, 2 chren remain; consumption
08/10/1864254SHAMO, C. (Rev.)TOBIAS, Rachel*
08/10/1864254HOMER, Eliza Ann*20OHOH: Seneca Co.: Flat Rock (d Jul 14, 1864 age 20y, 10m, 11d); memb U. B. Ch.; consumption. Religious Telescope please copy
08/10/1864254FISHEL, John*78OHOH: Sandusky Co.: Rily [sic] Tp. (d Jul 26, 1864 age 78y, 5m, 5d); widow, number of relatives remain
08/10/1864254COOKUS, Mary E.*23OHOH: Logan Co.: Logansville area (d Jul 28, 1864 age 23y, 6m, 27d); converted 3+ yrs ago; husb, little babe remain
08/10/1864254BLANK, George Abner*17VAVA: Battle of Wilderness (killed in battle May 5, 1864, age 17y, 1m, 13d); only son of Aaron & Mary; memb 57th Regt P.V.I.; was in PA Reserves previously; pierced by musket ball. Minister: J. D. HOLLINGER @ N. Lima, OH, at this time
08/10/1864254DAVENPORT, Thompson*26VAVA: Battle of Wilderness (killed in one of the battles May 6, 1864); had re-enlisted; memb 8th MI V.I.
08/17/1864262HERRING, Caroline*43OHOH: Trumbull Co. (d Aug 5, 1864 age 43y, 8m, 2d); willed $1,000 to missionary cause; aged mother, 4 sis, 1 bro remain; funeral in Presbyterian Ch. on Church Hill; consumption ca 8 yrs. Minister: C. HAMMER
08/17/1864262GEHR, Chr.*68----: Minister: NIEBEL, A.; d Jul 31, 1864 age 68y, 3m, 15d
08/17/1864262WALTMAN, Albertine*72ZANERPAPA: Susquehanna Co. (d Jul 26, 1864 age 72y, 5m, 4d at res of son); joined Evan. Assn. ca 47 yrs ago; 3 chren remain; 2 chren dead; bur Bradford Co., PA, in graveyard among her friends
08/17/1864262ZANER, Albertine*72WALTMAN, -----PAPA: Susquehanna Co. (d Jul 26, 1864 age 72y, 5m, 4d at res of son); joined Evan. Assn. ca 47 yrs ago; 3 chren remain; 2 chren dead; bur Bradford Co., PA, in graveyard among her friends
08/17/1864263KLINETUB, Philip Charles*83PAPA: Luzerne Co.: Salem Tp. (d Jul 12, 1864 age 83y, 2m, 28d); widow, 11 chren remain
08/17/1864263McMICHAEL, Silas*35EVANS, -----PAPA: Evansville (d Jul 14, 1864 age 35y, 1m, 13d at res of father-in-law ---EVANS); 5 chren remain; wife, 1 child d ca 1 yr ago
08/17/1864263EVANS, -----McMICHAEL, Silas*
08/17/1864263YINGER, Anna*4wksPAPA: Col. Co.: Centerville (d Jul 22, 1864); dau of George & Elizabeth
08/17/1864263WEAVER, Christian*29NYCANADA WEST (b)NY: Hosp. in Buffalo (d Jul 23, 1864 age 29y, 8m less 5d); son of Rev. S.; US Army volunteer; wounded Jun 18 before Petersburg
08/17/1864263NIEDERHOUSER, Isaac*18GAGA: wounded Battle of Resacca [sic] May 27, d May 31, 1864 age 18y, 20d); son of Jacob & Elizabeth; enlisted Feb 22, 1864; memb 99th Regt OVI from Seneca Co., OH
08/17/1864263LICHTY, Samuel (Capt.)*ca22LALA: died in hospital New Orleans Jun 17, 1864; entered service Apr 20, 1861; memb Co. G, 16th Regt. OVI; camp fever [lists battles, promotions; a detailed, lengthy obit]
08/31/1864278COGSWELL, Wm.*19ILIL: Dupage Co. (d Aug 14, 1864 age 19y, 8m less 1d); accidental shooting [details given]; pars, bro, sisters remain; att school in Plainfield last winter
08/31/1864278BUCHER, Elizabeth*79BUCHER, Benj.OHOH: Hocking Co. (d Aug 14, 1864 age 79y, 5m, 6d); one of 1st membs in Evan. Ch. in OH; her house a preaching place "for a long time"; chren remain; stomach cramp / bowel complaint
08/31/1864278BUCHER, Benj.-----, Elizabeth*
08/31/1864278SMETHERS, Chr.*69PAPA: Jefferson Co. (d-date not stated); enjoyed religion 39 yrs; formerly of Clarion Co.; wife, 10 chren remain
08/31/1864278MAUCK, Henry*47PAPA: Jefferson Co. (d Jul 27, 1864 age 47y, 3m, 21d); converted 7 yrs ago; wife, 3 chren remain; palsy / dropsy
08/31/1864278BIDDLE, John S.*37OHOH: Sandusky Co.: Madison Tp. (d Jul 22, 1864 age 37y, 10m, 22d); to Nashville, TN, last Apr to work for govt., took sick, ret home Jul 20; wife, 2 chren remain; 1 dau d several mos earlier; chronic diarrhea
08/31/1864278SHETTLE, Henry (Rev.)*41ILIL: Jo Davies [sic] Co.: Mill Creek (d Aug 8, 1864 age 41y, 8m, 16d); age 12 to AMER; former Methodist, later memb U. B. Ch., where was a minister; joined Evan. Assn. ca 1 yr ago; wife, 7 chren remain
08/31/1864278KRINER, Geo.*52PAPA: Mauck Chunk (d Aug 8, 1864 age 52y, 4m, 20d); memb Evan. Assn. many yrs; wife, 4 chren remain; working on a dam, slipped, fell into water & drowned
08/31/1864278HILLEBRAND, Ludwig Theodore*26GAGA: Cass Co.: (d in camp nr Elowah [sic] River Jun 18, 1864 age 26y, 1m, 15d); son of Ludwig & Catharine; enlisted Oct 1861, memb 45th IL Regt; ambushed when guarding along railroad; pars, sisters, bros remain (2 of whom are in army)
08/31/1864278KAHLER, Daniel*29GAGA: Hosp. nr Dallas d Jun 4, 1864 age 29y, 9m, 23d; to IL from PA 10 yrs ago; memb 52nd IL regt; widow, 3 chren remain; lung-fever
08/31/1864278HANCEBERGER, Jacob*20VAVA: Ethen Allen (d Jul 21, 1864 age 20y, 4m, 27d); son of Joel & Elizabeth; memb 169th Regt N.G. as sub for bro Eli; remains bur Aug 7, Salem cem, Liberty Tp., Fairfield Co., OH; pars, bros, sisters remain; typhoid fever
08/31/1864278WIESSEMAN, Geo.*28VAVA: Hampton hosp. nr Fortress Monroe (d Jul 17, 1864 age 28y, 4m, 18d); to AMER 1852; enlisted Aug 1, 1862 in NY 10th heavy artillery; wife, 2 sm chren, pars, 3 sis & bro C.A. remain; typhoid fever
08/31/1864279BENNETT, Francis C.*21VAVA: killed in Battle of Cold Harbor Jun 1, 1864 age 21y, 1m, 17d; son of Dr. Alfred & Caroline; memb Co. K, 58th P.V.I.; had just re-enlisted; shot through heart by rifle ball
08/31/1864279DUNDORE, Wm. E.*30GAPA: Berks Co.: Penn Tp. (b Mar 6, 1834)GA: 2 mi from Atlanta was shot on Jul 22, 1864 age 30y, 4m, 16d; memb 100th Regt. IL V.I.; funeral at Plainfield Aug. 7 by A.A. SMITH
08/31/1864279PFITZINGER, Jacob*24GAGA: killed in Battle of Marietta Jun 27, 1864 age 24y, 6m, 7d); memb 125th Regt. IL V.I.; wife, 1 child, aged mother, bros, sisters remain. Obit submitted by M. PFITZINGER, no relation stated
08/31/1864279MILLER, Linus Washington*18KYKY: died in hosp. at Lexington Jul 22, 1864 age 18y, 5d; joined Evan. Assn. at Liberty, Trumbull Co., OH, ca 2 yrs ago; enlisted Oct 23d, 1863 in 12th OH Cav.; typhoid fever
09/07/1864286YOUNG, Christian Frederick*66INGERMANY: Wuertemberg (b)IN: Huntington Co.: Antioch area (d Aug 18, 1864 age 66y, 7m, 22d); to AMER 1832; memb Evan. Assn. ca 30 yrs, a class-leader / exhorter; wife, 3 chren remain; pleurisy / lung-fever 10 days
09/07/1864286PLOTTS, Wilhelmina*37PLOTTS, Peter W. (Rev.)PAPA: Monroe Co. (d Aug 7, 1864 age 37y, 6m, 3d); to AMER ca 15 yrs ago to Doylstown [sic], Bucks Co., PA; husb, 8 chren remain; bur M. E. graveyard at Tannersville; typhoid fever
09/07/1864286PLOTTS, Peter W. (Rev.)-----, Wilhelmina
09/07/1864286GOGHENOUR, Christian* [female]23PAPA: Lancaster Co.: Millersville (d [no date] age 23y, 24d); typhoid fever [first name unclear; could be her given name misspelled or given name of husb]
09/07/1864286REEN, Nancy*23PAPA: Perry Co.: Liverpool (d Aug 9, 1864 age 23y, 5m, 25d); memb Evan. Assn. ca 6 yrs; husb, little son remain; typhoid fever a few days
09/07/1864286PAGE, Eva Elizabeth*10ILIL: Lee Co. (d [no date] age 10y, 8m, 12d); dau of Henry & Phebe S.; scarlet fever
09/07/1864286FREDERICK, Mason Harris*1ILIL: Lee Co. (d [no date] age 1y, 5m, 29d); son of Joseph & Phebe T.; diptheria [sic]
09/07/1864286OBERHOLZER, Phebe*47OBERHOLZER, JacobPAPA: Lancaster Co.: Fairville (d Aug 25, 1864 age 47y, 8m, 1d); memb Evan. Assn. since age 18; husb, 5 chren remain; 6 chren dead
09/07/1864286OBERHOLZER, Jacob-----, Phebe*
09/07/1864286DEYKENS, Sarah C.*4PAPA: Lycoming Co. (d Aug 24, 1864 age 4y, 11m); diptheria [sic]
09/07/1864286RHODYS, David*22VAVA: killed by rebel bullet in Battle of Spottsylvania [sic] May 12, 1864 age 22y, 9m, 2d; embraced religion 6 yrs ago. He was a cousin of Samuel C. RHODYS. Minister: J. RANK
09/07/1864286RHODYS, Samuel C.*28----: Minister: RANK, J.; killed by rebel bullet Jun 2, 1864 age 28y, 5m, 21d; converted 5 yrs ago. He a cousin of David RHODYS
09/14/1864294BOWMAN, Charles D.*23PAPA: Parryville (bur) d Aug 27, 1864 age 23y, 20d; agent for Lehigh Coal & Navigation Co., NYC; perhaps d there; typhoid fever. Att Union Seminary; father, sis remain. Father has bur last of 3 promising sons; dau's husb d in war Aug 21, 1864
09/14/1864294BURGERT, Phebe*38SNYDERBURGERT, PeterILIL: Naperville (d Aug 29, 1864 age 38y, 14d); dau of George & Mary, formerly of Schuylkill Co., PA; husb, 5 chren, pars remain; 3 chren dead; consumption 3 mos [Unclear is she or pars are formerly of Schuylkill Co.]
09/14/1864294SNYDER, Phebe*38BURGERT, PeterILIL: Naperville (d Aug 29, 1864 age 38y, 14d); dau of George & Mary, formerly of Schuylkill Co., PA; husb, 5 chren, pars remain; 3 chren dead; consumption 3 mos [Unclear is she or pars are formerly of Schuylkill Co.]
09/14/1864294BURGERT, PeterSNYDER, Phebe*
09/14/1864294HAROFF, Wm.*60OHOH: Mahoning Co.: Austintown (d Sep 1, 1864 age 60y, 11m, 9d); consumption. Minister: J. D. HOLLINGER
09/14/1864294SMITH, Hugh*3OHOH: Austintown (d Aug 1, 1864 age 3y, 9m, 4d); son of Henry & Lucy
09/14/1864294METZGAR, Catharine Mar.*12 daPAPA: Lycoming Co. (d Aug 28, 1864 age 12 days; dau of Thomas & Maria
09/14/1864294WHISLER, Michael*75OHOH: Pickaway Co. (d Aug 31, 1864 age 75y, 4d); converted ca 40 yrs ago; house a place of preaching for a number of yrs; sons & daus remain; diarrhea
09/14/1864294KISTLER, Jackson*24OHOH: Mahoning Co.: Milton (d Sep 1, 1864 age 24y, 10m, 18d); served 2y, 3m as Pvt in 6th Regt. O.C.; in army contracted consumption of which he died
09/21/1864302MITCHEL, John*70PAPA: Beaver Furnace area (d Aug 18, 1864 age 70y, 2m); dispepsia [sic]
09/21/1864302HEISE, John*54PAPA: Leb. Co.: North Lebanon (d Sep 2, 1864 age 54y, 1d); memb Evan. Assn. nearly 20 yrs; 3 chren remain, one of whom has enlisted
09/21/1864302WUNDER [sic], Matthias (Rev.)*67OHPA: York area (b)OH: Wayne Co.: Reedsburg area (d Aug 9, 1864 age 67y, 11m); local preacher 40 yrs; widow, 6 chren remain; chronic affection of the heart / fever. Minister: G. F. SPRENG
09/21/1864302WONDER, Matthias (Rev.)*67OHPA: York area (b)OH: Wayne Co.: Reedsburg area (d Aug 9, 1864 age 67y, 11m); local preacher 40 yrs; widow, 6 chren remain; chronic affection of the heart / fever. Minister: G. F. SPRENG. [WUNDER in obit heading]
09/21/1864302LIGHT, A.*33MDMD: Baltimore: U.S. Gen. Hosp. (d age 33y, 4m, 2-[?]ds); died from kick by a horse, Aug. 31st…." [Unclear if kicked that day, d that day, or both]; memb Battery H., 3d PA Artillery; wife, 3 chren, pars, bros, sisters remain; bur Ev. Cem., Lebanon
09/21/1864308EXAMPLE, Civil WarCivil War: Steamers on Lake Erie (Kelly's Is., Bass Islands, etc., seized by rebels, see Sep 21, 1864 p 308
09/28/1864310SNYDER, Samuel*17PAPA: Jefferson Co.: Pine Run (d Aug 30, 1864 age 17y, 8m, 11d); son of Rev. Geo. & Mary; obstruction of bowels
09/28/1864310OTT, Fanny S.*22ALSBACHOTT, Geo.ININ: Noble Co.: Ligonier area (d Sep 10, 1864 age 22y, 10m, 22d); dau of Rev. M. & S. W. of MI Conf.; memb U. B. Ch.; husb, pars, bros, sisters remain; flux & typhoid pneumonia. Religious Telescope please copy
09/28/1864310ALSBACH, Fanny S.*22OTT, Geo.ININ: Noble Co.: Ligonier area (d Sep 10, 1864 age 22y, 10m, 22d); dau of Rev. M. & S. W. of MI Conf.; memb U. B. Ch.; husb, pars, bros, sisters remain; flux & typhoid pneumonia. Religious Telescope please copy
09/28/1864310OTT, Geo.ALSBACH, Fanny S.*
09/28/1864310OTT, Agnes*10 moININ: Noble Co. (d Aug 28, 1864); dau of Geo. & Fanny S.; flux
09/28/1864310DOMER, Sarah*30DOMER, John D. (Rev.)----: Minister: SUMMERS, H. B.; d Aug 30, 1864 age 30y, 11m, 20d;; husb, 5 sm chren remain; consumption following a severe cold
09/28/1864310DOMER, John D. (Rev.)-----, Sarah*
09/28/1864310HARBAUGH, Robert*22VAVA: killed Jun 18, 1864 age 22y, 1m, 16d in battle nr Petersburg; enlisted Feb 1, 1864; son of Nathan & Susan, who remain. Minister: H. B. SUMMERS
09/28/1864310ZENTMEIER, Henry*20GAGA: hosp at Kingston (wounded in head Jul 20; d Aug 2, 1864 age 20y, 5m, 5d); son of Benjamin & Catharine; enlisted 2 yrs ago in 105th IL V. Regt.
09/28/1864310ZIMMERMAN, Wm. H. H (Sgt.)*25VAVA: Armory Square Hosp. (d of wounds recd Battle of Wilderness, May 5, 1864 age 25y, 10m, 3d); memb Co. E, 11th PA Vol.; copy of resolutions of members of his co. Ministers: G. W. RISINGER & S. VANDERSAL
09/28/1864310BRENNER, Benjamin (Rev.)*30MSPA: Lancaster Co. (b Oct 15, 1833)MS: Vicksburg (d Jul 1, 1864); son of Adam & Susanna; memb Co. D, 46th IL Inf.; was a local preacher in M. E. Church; former memb Evan. Assn.; wife, 2 chren, pars remain
10/05/1864318LEIDIG, Catharine*54LEIDIG, JacobOHPA: Cumberland Co. (b)OH: Richland Co.: Mansfield area (d Sep 7, 1864 age 54y, 10m, 18d); memb Evan. Assn. ca 17 yrs; flux. Minister: J. FELGER
10/05/1864318LEIDIG, Jacob-----, Catharine*
10/05/1864318WETAMYER, Ellen A.*1OHOH: Richland Co. (d Sep 12, 1864); dau of Abr. & Mary A.; inflammation of bowels. Minister: J. FELGER
10/05/1864318DAY, Nancy*61PAPA: Cumberland Co.: South Middleton (d Sep 20, 1864 age 61y, 1m, 4d); husb, 7 chren remain
10/05/1864318SHAEFFER, Edward*31PAPA: York Co.: Warrington (d Sep 11, 1864 age 31y, 4m, 14d); converted 6 yrs ago under S. W. SEIBERT; widow, 2 chren remain; brain fever
10/05/1864318KEGERISE, Susan Elizabeth*5PAPA: Lancaster Co. (d Sep 18, 1864 age 5y, 10m, 28d); diptheria [sic]
10/05/1864318HARTUNG, Ira S.*5mosPAPA: Armstrong Co.: Red Bank Tp. (d Sep 17, 1864 age 5m, 6d); only child of Rev. C. F. & Rosa A.
10/05/1864318MATTHIAS, Mary Elizabeth*2----: Minister: SHANNON, M. H.; d Aug 31, 1864 age 2y, 7m, 9d; dau of John & Matilda
10/05/1864318DODD, Sarah Ann*57PAPA: Tioga Co.: Nauvoo (d Sep 14, 1864 age 57y, 7m, 22d); husb, 9 chren remain; had visited a child in MI, taken w/ dysentery on way home, d 4 mos later
10/05/1864318COOK, Jacob*79----: Minister: Shannon, M. H.; d Aug 26, 1864 age 79y, 7m, 25d; stroke of palsy
10/05/1864318RASER, Malissa*17HERBACHRASER, Geo.ILOH: Wayne Co. (b)IL: Henry Co.: Pink Prairie area (d Sep 13, 1864 age 17y, 6m, 25d); dau of John & Eliz.; husb, pars, sisters, bros remain, 2 bros of whom are in the army; congestion of bowels 19 hrs
10/05/1864318HERBACH, Malissa*17RASER, Geo.ILOH: Wayne Co. (b)IL: Henry Co.: Pink Prairie area (d Sep 13, 1864 age 17y, 6m, 25d); dau of John & Eliz.; husb, pars, sisters, bros remain, 2 bros of whom are in the army; congestion of bowels 19 hrs
10/05/1864318RASER, Geo.HERBACH, Malissa*
10/05/1864318BEVELHYMER, Jacob*39OHOH: Henry Co.: Napoleon area (d Aug 9, 1864 age 39y, 3d); widow, 5 chren remain; consumption
10/05/1864319HERR, Benjamin*25HENRITZY, Mary, of Brooklyn, Cuyahoga Co., OHTNPA: Butler Co. (b)TN: Nashville U.S. Hosp. (d Aug 13, 1864 age 25y, 5m, 20d); son of John & Barbara; to OH 1859 where pars moved the yr before; md Apr 10, 1860; battles listed; wife, 2 chren, 4 bros, 4 sis remain. Submitted by bro David Z. HERR
10/05/1864319HENRITZY, MaryHERR, Benjamin*
10/05/1864319HERR, MaryHERR, Benjamin*
10/05/1864319SNYDER, Samuel*19LALA: Fort Deressy [sic] (d Mar 20, 1864 age 19y, 5m, 18d); son of David; memb Co. A, 95th Regt. IL V.; joined church at Blackberry, Kane Co., IL; father & relatives mourn; wounded / leg amputation
10/05/1864319KING, Abraham*--VAVA: killed in Battle of the Wilderness May 6, 1864; enlisted last spring in Co. D, 106th Regt. P. V.; had fired ca 7 times, each time advancing 3 paces, taking deliberate aim; then struck by enemy fire; widow, 5 chren remain. Minister: A. REARICK
10/05/1864319OBENOUR, John*41----: killed in battle Jul 6 Pleasant Valley nr Harper's Ferry [no yr stated--Battle of Harper's Ferry was 1862]; he 41y, 6m, 23d, of Harden [sic] Co., OH; in Co. I, 135th Regt. ONG; widow, 10 chren remain; wife sent bloody letter he had in pocket
10/05/1864319WILLARD, Henry H.*25DCPA: Dauphin Co.: Berrysburg area (res)DC: Hosp in Washington d May 29, age 25y, 3m, 3d; wounded Battle of Wilderness in VA, May 5; to hosp 26 May w/ lung wound; body brought home in July, bur German Reformed Cem., nr Berrysburg
10/12/1864327SNYDER, Michael*74PAPA: York Co.: Loganville (d 18th ult. age 74y, 5m, 7d); house for many yrs the itinerant's home; bur on the 20th
10/12/1864327PAULI, John*49PAPA: Dauphin Co.: Susquehanna Tp. (d Sep 28, 1864 age 49y, 10m); converted 8+ yrs ago; wife, 3 chren remain
10/12/1864327HIPPLE, W. H. *29----: killed by guerilla ball on May 6, 1864 age 29y, 17d; converted ca 10 yrs ago; wife, 4 chren remain. Minister: J. H. E. [initials only]
10/12/1864327CATE, William*--OHOH: Richland Co. (bur); son of John & Catharine; memb OH Natl Guard, seized w/ camp diarrhoea, taken from place to place, refused to go home until nearly a skeleton; father traced him, brought him home for a few days where d Sep 13, 1864.
10/19/1864334BURGET, Susannah*53OHOH: Perry Co. (b)OH: Fremont: 9 mi northwest (d Sep 28, 1864 age 53y, 11m, 20d); converted 22 yrs ago; 6 chren remain; consumption. Minister: L. NAUMAN
10/19/1864334LIGHT, Mary Ann*22HOODLIGHT, Samuel----: Minister: DAVIS, W. B.; d Sep 21, 1864 age 22y, 1m, 11d); dau of Nathaniel; joined U. B. Church ca 4 yrs ago. "She leaves a kind husband and two bright plants, with many others, to mourn her death."
10/19/1864334HOOD, Mary Ann*22LIGHT, Samuel----: Minister: DAVIS, W. B.; d Sep 21, 1864 age 22y, 1m, 11d); dau of Nathaniel; joined U. B. Church ca 4 yrs ago. "She leaves a kind husband and two bright plants, with many others, to mourn her death."
10/19/1864334LIGHT, SamuelHOOD, Mary Ann
10/19/1864334STUTENROTH, Susannah*69STEINERILPA: Northampton Co. (b 1795)IL: Naperville (d Sep 29, 1864 age 69y, 3m, 19d); to Naperville 1856; converted 4 yrs ago; 4 chren remain; consumption / dropsy
10/19/1864334STEINER, Susannah*69STUTENROTH, -----
10/19/1864334GIFT, Catharine*31GIFT, SamuelILIL: Kane Co.: Hampshire (d Sep 28, 1864 age 31y, 11m, 1d); husb, 3 chren remain; 3 chren dead, the youngest son d 3 days before her & bur w/ her; erysipelas / confinement
10/19/1864334GIFT, Samuel-----, Catharine*
10/19/1864334BERG, Adam Henry*4PAPA: Clinton Co.: Sugar Valley (d Oct 1, age 4y, 7m, 18d); son of William & Lydia; croup
10/19/1864334DUNKEL, James M.*--VAPA: Union Co. (res of father & possibly James M.)VA: killed in Battle of Cold Harbor (Jun 3, 1864 shot through heart); son of Michael; 3 yrs ago enlisted in 51st PA Regt; re-enlisted; remains bur on the battlefield, "friends have as yet been unable to obtain them." Submitted by "His Only Brother."
10/26/1864342NYE, Abraham*35----: Hammond General Hosp. (d Sep 8, 1864 age 35y, 6m, 11d); enlisted Dec 17, 1861 in Co. H, 91st Regt. PA Vols.; funeral preached in Ebenezer Ch., Paradise; wife remains [likely Paradise, PA]
10/26/1864342SMITH, Jacob*81PAPA: Monroe Co.: Paradise Valley (d Sep 23, 1864 age 81y, 7m, 17d)
10/26/1864342WISEMER, Ann Maria*28WISEMER, PhilipPAPA: Monroe Co.: Paradise Valley (d Sep 25, 1864 age 28y, 4m)
10/26/1864342WISEMER, Philip-----, Ann Maria*
10/26/1864342BOORNE, Thomas*10PAPA: Monroe Co. ( d [no date] age 10y, 2m, 10d); son of Joseph & Elizabeth; att church, punctual in bringing monthly dues; pars remain; diptheria [sic]
10/26/1864342WENTZ, Wilhelmina*51PAFRANCE: Gerstheim Elsasz (b)PA: Warren Co. (d Sep 29, 1864 age 51y, 9m, 19d); husb, 2 chren, brothers remain
10/26/1864342SHAULLY, Samuel Edward*21PAPA: Summit [sic] Co.: Point Tp. (d Oct 2, 1864 age 21y, 3m, 27 at res of father); son of John & Sarah; had been in 21st PA Cavalry for 6 mos; cramp colic 10 hrs [NOTE: no Summit Co. in PA; however, there is a Point Tp., Northumberland Co., PA]
10/26/1864342MOCK, Wm. A. (Rev.)*36VAVA: wounded in Battle of City Point nr Bermuda Hundred May 20, 1864, d the 21st age 36y, 2m, 27d); son of Samuel & Barbara; local preacher; memb Co. K, 55th PA Vol; had re-enlisted; wife, 4 chren remain. Funeral by H. B. SUMMERS
10/26/1864342SPRINGER, Wm.*21TNTN: Hosp. in Chattanooga (d Jul 9, 1864 age 21y, 6m, 12d); only ch of Michael & Lavina; had att Greensburg Seminary, Summit Co., OH; memb 90th Regt. OVI; shot in arm (w/ Gen. SHERMAN); letter to pars quoted in obit
10/26/1864342EXAMPLE, Civil War letterCivil War letter of soldier to pars quoted, see Wm. SPRINGER, Oct 26, 1864 p 342
10/26/1864342FALK, John*19TNTN: Hosp. in Chattanooga (d Aug 5, 1864 age 19y, 10m, 20d); son of Gideon & Hannah, who res on banks of the Ottawa; memb 31st Regt. OVI; wounded battle of Resacca [sic]; perhaps bur Chattanooga [unclear due to paper fold]. Minister: -. H. WONDER
11/02/1864NO OBITUARIES THIS ISSUE,
11/09/1864358MILLER, Susan*34WALTERMILLER, George W.MIMI: St. Joseph Co. (d Oct 11, 1864 age 34y, 9m, 7d); dau of Rev. Michael; husb, 4 chren remain; 8-yr-old dau dead; lung fever / consumption
11/09/1864358WALTER, Susan*34MILLER, George W.MIMI: St. Joseph Co. (d Oct 11, 1864 age 34y, 9m, 7d); dau of Rev. Michael; husb, 4 chren remain; 8-yr-old dau dead; lung fever / consumption
11/09/1864358MILLER, George W.WALTER, Susan*
11/09/1864358MILLER, Margaret*23MILLER, JohnPAPA: Lycoming Co. (d Sep 3, 1864 age 23y, 11d); an amiable wife & praying woman
11/09/1864358MILLER, John-----, Margaret*
11/09/1864358MILLER, -----* [infant]3wksPAPA: Lycoming Co. (d Oct 1, 1864 age 3w, 1d); child of John & Margaret
11/09/1864358BIDDLE, Magaret [sic] Ann*21SCHULTZBIDDLE, Jacobat SEADied at Sea Aug 1, 1864 age 21y, 9m, 2d; dau of Philip & Mary; "the only daughter, the fond delight of a mother's care…." Found a watery tomb; typhoid fever
11/09/1864358SCHULTZ, Magaret [sic] Ann*21BIDDLE, Jacobat SEADied at Sea Aug 1, 1864 age 21y, 9m, 2d); dau of Philip & Mary; "the only daughter, the fond delight of a mother's care..." Found a watery tomb; typhoid fever
11/09/1864358BIDDLE, JacobSCHULTZ, Magaret [sic] Ann*
11/09/1864358HILLEGAS, Hannah Rebecca*18ILIL: Naperville (d Oct 24, 1864 age 18y, 11m); dau of Jos. & Sarah HILLEGAS; father, bro, 3 sis remain; consumption ca 10 mos
11/09/1864359LIEBERKNECHT, Caroline*26LIEBERKNECHT, Adam----: Geneseo (d Oct 17, 1864 age 26y, 11m, 13d); pure & unblemished life, retiring nature, private virtues, etc.; husb, 2 chren remain; typhoid fever. Minister: E. FREEDEN
11/09/1864359LIEBERKNECHT, Adam-----, Caroline*
11/09/1864359HOLLAND, John Wesley*26GAGA: killed by bullet to head Jul 22, 1864 in a battle before Atlanta age 26y, 4m, 27d; son of Wm. & Mary; wounded Battle of Antietam, recovered at father's house, Richland Co., OH; re-enlisted Feb 1864. Minister: J. DICK
11/09/1864359DEAN, Israel*19TNTN: Memphis area camp (d Sep 12, 1864 age 19y, 10m, 26d); son of Ebenezer & Susanna; memb Co. E, 142d Regt. IL Vol.; church memb Miller's Settlement, Stephenson Co., IL; diarrhea
11/16/1864366FARBER, Eliza*59FARBER, CalebOHOH: Franklin Co.: New Albany area (d Oct 28, 1864 age 59y, 6m, 21d); friends remain
11/16/1864366FARBER, Caleb-----, Eliza*
11/16/1864366SHOEMAKER, Susan Matilda*1----: Minister: SHANNON, M. H.; d Aug 4, 1864 age 1y, 4m, 18d); dau of Peter & Catharine
11/16/1864366AULENBACH, Lydia*47PAPA: Leb. Co.: Lebanon (d Oct 28, 1864 age 47y, 11m, 29d); embraced religion ca 12 yrs ago; 2 chren, mother, sister remain
11/16/1864366WALKER, James Aaron*19----: Lock Haven (had just returned from this place w/ team, kicked side of face by horse; d Sep 30, 1864); son of Philip & Judith; bur following Sunday. Minister: M. J. CAROTHERS
11/16/1864366FRANK, Phebe*45FRANK, HenryOH: Summit Co.: Greensburg area (d Oct 26, 1864); memb prev U. B. Ch., joined Evan. Assn. a few yrs ago when moved here; husb, 4 chren remain. Ministers: P. W. HAHN & A. LEOHNER. Religious Telescope please copy
11/16/1864366FRANK, Henry-----, Phebe*
11/23/1864374WALTZ, Cath.*39SWILLEILIL: Bureau Co.: Walnut Grove (d Sep 1, 1864 age 39y, 11m, 22d); joined M. E. Ch in PA 5 yrs ago; joined Evan. Assn. when came to IL; husb, 3 chren, pars remain; gout 3 yrs
11/23/1864374SWILLE, Cath*39WALTZ, -----ILIL: Bureau Co.: Walnut Grove (d Sep 1, 1864 age 39y, 11m, 22d); joined M. E. Ch in PA 5 yrs ago; joined Evan. Assn. when came to IL; husb, 3 chren, pars remain; gout 3 yrs
11/23/1864374HOWARD, Catharine*41PAPA: York Co.: Loganville (d 30th ult. age 41y, 9m, 15d); husb, chren remain; died suddenly
11/23/1864374TOBIAS, Peter L.*28OHOH: Pickaway Co. (d Oct 29, 1864 age 28y, 8m, 9d); young man of good morals, though not church memb; wife, son remain; supposedly d from typhoid fever
11/23/1864374SCHOCH, Mahala*15ININ: Wells Co.: Murray area (d Oct 12, 1864 age 15y, 3m, 15d); mother, bros, sisters remain
11/23/1864374KLINEFELTER, Elias*23VAVA: fell in battle before Petersburg Jul 30, 1864 age 23y, 5m, 6d; son of Sampson & Sarah; enlisted in 5th PA Cav.; re-enlisted in 3rd OH Cav; 2 sis remain; pars dead. Minister: John HONECKER
11/30/1864382JOSEPH, John George*72OHGERMANY: Prahlingen (b)OH: Sandusky Co.: Fremont area (d Nov 6, 1864 age 72y, 9m, 4d at res of son-in-law, Peter NICHOLAS); 3 sons, 5 daus remain; dyspepsia
11/30/1864382DEGEER, Caleb*47CWCW: Ontario Co.: Uxbridge (d Nov 3, 1864 age 47y, 8m; memb prev M. E. Ch; now Evan. Assn.; putting new curb on well, dirt caved in upon him, crushing him to death; wife, 1 dau remain. Minister: Wm. WHITTINGTON
11/30/1864382ASH, Hiram Henry*7OHOH: Wood Co.: Milton Tp. (d Oct 17, 1864 age 7y, 11m, 1d); son of Jacob & Sarah; cholera morbus
11/30/1864382FRANK, Joel*18GAGA: wounded at Battle of Atlanta Jul 20, d Jul 21, 1864 age 18y, 1m, 10d; son of Widow FRANK; memb 61st Regt. OH V.I.; this his 9th engagement; bullet pierced neck, arm, leg. Minister: P. W. HAHN of Greensburg, OH, at this time
11/30/1864382SUMMERS, George F.*16VAVA: wounded Battle at Petersburg Jul 17, d Jul 19, 1864 age 16y, 11m, 7d); son of Margaret; musket ball passed through bowels
12/07/1864390OVERMILLER, Elleanora*13PAPA: York Co.: Loganville (d 24th ult. age 13y, 3m, 16d); she was much beloved; diptheria [sic]
12/07/1864390ULRY, Ellsworth*1OHOH: Franklin Co.: Gahanna area (d Nov 14, 1864 age 1y, 5m, 12d); son of Henry & Fanny
12/07/1864390MILLER, Samuel*14KSKS: Leavenworth (d Nov 19, 1864 age 14y, 13d); son of Rev. M. J. & his deceased wife, Sarah A. MILLER; typhoid fever
12/07/1864390HARPSTER, Eve*59HARPSTER, JohnOHOH: Hancock Co. (d Nov 10, 1864 age 59y, 7d); memb Evan. Assn. 40+ yrs; husb, 8 chren remain; 1 child dead; typhoid fever. Funeral by Rev. HOLMES of M.E. Ch.; submitted by David HARPSTER
12/07/1864390HARPSTER, John-----, Eve*
12/07/1864390BERGER, John C.*--TNTN: Hosp at Chattanooga (d Oct 24, 1864); of New Albany, Franklin Co., OH; memb Co. B, 113th Regt. OVI, enlisted Feb 24, 1864; wife, 2 chren remain; funeral Nov 20th, Congregationalist chapel at his former residence
12/07/1864390SIEDEL, Charles H.*28ILPA: Union Co. (b Nov 16, 1835)IL: Mound City Hosp. (d Nov 5, 1864 age 28y, 11m, 20d); son of John & Charlotte; w/ pars to Stephenson Co., IL, 1846; enlisted US Army ca 1st of Jan last; body taken to Orangeville, Stephenson Co.; wife, 2 chren remain; dysentery / chronic diarrhea
12/07/1864390DENIOUS, John*ca26GAGA: Atlanta (d Sep 21, 1864, of wound recd in the battle before Atlanta); memb Evan. Assn. Obit submitted by "S. D."; this may be S. DICKOVER, of Stephenson Co., IL per obit above this one (Charles H. SIEDEL]
12/07/1864390REIGHARD, J.*21VAVA: Hosp. nr Park Station (d Nov 10, 1864); memb Co. F, 198th Regt. PA Vols, 5th Corps
12/14/1864NO OBITUARIES THIS ISSUE,
12/21/1864406GRIFFEY, Susan*22PAPA: Somerset (d Nov 28, 1864 age 22y, 2m, 5d); mother, 1 bro remain; typhoid fever 2+ wks
12/21/1864406KINTZEL, Margaret Ann*6OHOH: Crawford Co.: Liberty Tp. (d Dec 3, 1864 age 6y, 9m, 16d); dau of Wm. & Mary; croup
12/21/1864406FELLER, Jonathan*25GAGA: Atlanta (d Oct 3, 1864 age 25y, 4m, 16d); son of Jacob & Mary of Hancock Co., OH; memb Co. A, 21st Regt. OVI; re-enlisted 1864; wounded one of battles nr Atlanta, leg amputated then paralysis; pars, bros, sisters remain
12/21/1864406MILLARD, -----*25ILPA (res prev)IL: Pana (d Nov 13, 1864 age 25y, 10m, 17d); from PA to IL 5 yrs ago; memb 2nd Regt. IL Cav. for 3 yrs; father did not arrive before he died; chronic diarrhea
12/21/1864406RISSINGER, Jacob*33VAVA: d in hospital [not named] Oct 17, 1864 age 33y, 9m, 22d; bro of Rev. G. W.; memb Co. I, 211th PA Vol, trans to Army of the James; little dau, aged mother, 2 bros remain; wife, 2 chren dead; funeral Brush Valley Ch., Indiana Co., PA nr his res
12/21/1864406SLAWSON, J. W. (Cpl.)*32VAVA: US Gen. Hosp., Alexandria (d Oct 14, 1864 age 32y, 6m, 13d); memb Co. F, 5th PA Regt., Heavy Artillery; wife, 1 son, mother, 3 bros remain, one of whom is yet in service; 3 bros dead: 1 NM battlefield; 1 at Fredericksburg; 1 prisoner at Richmond
12/28/1864NO OBITUARIES THIS ISSUE,

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