Saturday, March 14, 2015

Peter Murphy.

Peter Murphy. 

Birth: Nov., 1844.
Death: Apr., 1908, Butte, Silver Bow County, Montana.

Note.  Wife and children not found.

Burial: Mount Moriah Cemetery, Butte, Silver Bow County, Montana.

New York State Records.

MURPHY, PETER, Age, 18 years. Enlisted, March 3, 1865, at Brooklyn; mustered in as private, Co. K, One Hundred and Twelfth Infantry, March 3,1865, to serve one year; transferred to Co. E, this regiment, June 13, 1865; promoted corporal, date not stated;"mustered out with company, August 28, 1865, at Raleigh, N. C.

Note.  When he enlisted in the One Hundred and Twelfth Infantry, his age was stated as 22, years.

Montana Soldiers Home.

Peter Murphy, Corporal; Age 54; New York Third Infantry; Co. E., Service in months 26; Nativity England; Pension $8.; Disability Blood Poison in Hand; Admitted from Silver Bow; Admitted May 27, 1900; Married Yes; Occupation Tobacconist.

Harrison Bull.

Harrison Bull. 

Birth: Apr. 21, 1842.
Death: Jan. 14, 1908.

Wife: Sarah A. Drew Bull (1845 - 1902).

Married 1866.

Children: Luelia Bull, ( 1870-?)

Burial: Warwick Cemetery, Warwick, Orange County, New York.

He was a Civil War Veteran.

New York 124th., Infantry.

BULL, HARRISON, Age, 20 years. Enlisted, August 11, 1862, at Goshen, to serve three years; mustered in as corporal, Co. B, September 5, 1862; returned to ranks prior to April 10, 1863; wounded in action, July 23, 1863, at Wapping Heights, Va.; transferred to Co. I, First Regiment, Veteran Reserve Corps, February 16,1864; mustered out, July 6, 1865, at Albany, N. Y.

Note.  He was a inmate at the New Jersey Soldiers Home, Age 61; Disability Gunshot wound.

Friday, March 13, 2015

Joseph Chapman.

Joseph Chapman.

Birth: 1846, England.
Death: Unknown.

Parents: Joseph Chapman & Hannah Hall Chapman.

Wife: Unknown..

Note. He had a wife but I couldn't find her.

Children: Non found.

Burial: Unknown.

Joseph Chapman was a Civil War Veteran.

Wisconsin 49th., Infantry, Co. C.

Joseph Chapman, Private, Residence Geneva; Enlisted February 9, 1865; Mustered out November 1, 1865.  Eight months service.

Oregon Soldiers Home.

Mr. Chapman was a inmate in the Oregon Soldiers Home.  He was admitted from Douglas, His Occupation was that of a Miner, his disability Varicose Veins.  His pension was $20. per month. He was employed at the home as a Nurse at $25. per month.  Discharged August 26, 1918.

Thursday, March 12, 2015

Edward M. Carcon

Edward M. Carson.. 

Birth: 1842 Ohio.
Death: Jan. 12, 1916.

Wife: Sarah L. Carson ( 1847- - 1906.).

Married 1865.

Children; Lewis, Franklin, Bertha Carson.

Note: They had six children all but one died before 1900.

Burial: Lone Fir Pioneer Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon.

Was a Civil War Veteran

Illinois Civil War Detail Report. 

 Name: CARSON, EDWARD. Rank: PVT. Company: E. Unit: 17 IL US INF. 

Personal Characteristics. Residence: GALESBURG, KNOX CO, IL. Age: 19. Height: 5' 10 1/4. Hair; BROWN. Eyes: BLUE. Complexion: DARK. Marital Status: SINGLE. Occupation: BAKER. Nativity: ASHLAND, ASHLAND CO, OH.

Service Record. Joined When: MAY 25, 1861. Joined Where: PEORIA, IL. Period: 3 YRS. Muster In: MAY 25, 1861. Muster In Where: PEORIA, I.L.

Authors Note.  There is no other service record on him.  However his pension  file state he was inured in the leg and hip,.

In 1909 he was a inmate in the Oregon Soldiers Home, he was also employed there as a Cook Laborer, at $5., per month.

Charles Wickey.

Charles Wickey. 

Birth: 1844-1845, France.
Death: Apr. 8, 1911,

Note. No wife or Children found.

Burial: Roseburg National Cemetery, Roseburg, Douglas County, Oregon,

Was a Civil War Veteran.

Charles Wickey, Recruit, Connecticut First Cavalry, Co. E.; Mustered in May 8, 1863; Transferred to First Independent Co. United States Volunteers, April 5, 1865.

Mr. Wickey, was a inmate at the Oregon Soldiers Home.  Not only was he a inmate he was also employed there as a Fireman, at $10., per month.

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Stephen L. Goble.

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Stephen L Goble.

Birth: Sept., 1828, Rush County,Indiana,
Death: Oct. 14, 1906, Marion, Grant County, Indiana.

Parents: Father: William Goble, Mother: Elizabeth Clark.

Wife's: Married Elizabeth Hickman 1848, Married Lydia Fisher 1849, Married Sarah Jones Gowen 1895.

Children: Samuel J., James M., Sarah L., Ellen Goble.

Burial: Marion National Cemetery, Marion, Grant County, Indiana.

Was a Civil War Veteran.

Indiana Tenth Infantry, Co. H.

Stephen L. Goble, Private; Enlisted September 18, 1861; Mustered in September 19, 1861, for 3 years; Discharged Exp. of service; Remarks, Died October 14, 1906.

Indiana Soldiers Home.
Grant County, 1902.

Stephen L. Goble, Age 73; Nativity Indiana; Rank Private; Service Indiana Tenth Infantry, Co. H.; Months of service 38; Pension $12.; Read and Write Yes; Disability Rheumatism and Heart disease.

Sarah Goble, Age 65; Nativity Indiana; Wife; Disability Nervous Prostration.

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Michael J. Patton.

Michael J. Patton.

Birth: 1840
Death: May 12, 1912.
Note. Death date was taken from his pension card..

Wife: Margaret J. Patton, b. January 1843-?

Children:  They had three two died before 1900, no manes found.

Burial: Unknown.

He was a Civil War Veteran.

Ohio Fifth Infantry, Co. E. Three months service.

Michael J. Patton, Private; Age 21; Enlisted April 20, 1861, for three months; Mustered out with company, June 19, 1861.

Ohio Tenth Infantry, Co. A., Three years service.

Michael J. Patton, Age 31; Enlisted June 3, 1862, for three years.  Mustered out  with company June 17, 1864.
Note. His age, and other dates don't seem to add up, but this is the right man.

Indiana Soldiers Home.
Carroll County, 1902..

Michael J. Patton, Age 62; Nativity Ireland; Rank Private; Service Ohio Fifth Infantry Co E.; Ohio Tenth Infantry, Co. A.; Months of service 38; Pension $12.; Read and write Yes; Disability Vertigo, Chronic Diarrhcea.

Margaret J. Patton, Age 57; Nativity Missouri; Wife; Disability Rheumatism, Heart disease and Hernia.

Warren Colwell.

New York Tenth Infantry.

COLWELL, WARREN.—Age, 19 years. Enlisted, April 23,1861, at New Y'ork city; mustered in as private, Co. G, April 30, 1861, to serve two years; mustered out with company, May 8,1863, at New York city.

New Jersey Soldiers Home.

Warren Colwell, Age 60; Tenth New Yory Infantry: Company G. ; Admitted to home June 18, 1901; Died August 1, 1901; Cause of death Brights disease;Place of death Home.

Note. Brights disease is a from of Kidney disease.

Monday, March 09, 2015

William J. Smith, Wisconsin.

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William J. Smith.

Birth: April 23, 1839.
Deatg: April 23, 11926-1929.

Wife: Mary Gertrude Smith, ( 1856-1941.)

Children: William J. Smith Jr., ( 1879-1959.)

Burial: Mound Cemetery, Racine, Racine County, Wisconsin.

Taken at Reunion of 1913.
Was a Civil War Veteran.

Wisconsin Eighth Infantry, Co. K.

William J. Smith, Private; Residence Racine: Enlisted September 11, 1861; Sergeant; Mustered out September 16, 1864, Term Exp.

Sunday, March 08, 2015

Ethan N. Spencer.

Ethan N. Spencer.

Brith: Unknown.
Death: Unknown.

Wife: Josephine A. Spencer.

Burial: Unknown.

Was a Civil War Veteran.

Massachusetts First Heavy Artillery.

Spencer, Ethan N. — Priv. — Res. Lowell; 33; salesman; enl. and must. Nov. 23,1863; wounded June 16, 1864, Petersburg, Va.; disch. for wounds, Sept. 16, 1864.

New Hampshire Soldiers Home.

Ethan N. Spencer; First Mass., H. A., CO. F.; Rank Private; Months service 10; Nativity Vermont; Age 61 Pension $12.; Disability General debility; Admitted from Hew Hampshire; Occupation Clerk; Married; Admitted January 24, 1891; Discharged July 19, 1891.