Saturday, April 04, 2015

David Mann, Iowa.

David Mann. 

Birth: Oct., 1840.
Death: Dec. 30, 1903.

Burial: Montana Veterans Home Cemetery Columbia Falls, Flathead County, Montana.

 Iowa Sixth Infantry, Co. B.

Mann, David. (Veteran.) Age 20. Residence Corydon, nativity Maryland. Enlisted July 1, 1861. Mustered July 17, 1861. Re-enlisted and re-mustered Jan. 26, 1864. Promoted Eighth Corporal Jan. 1, 1865. Wounded while on forage detail March 24, 1865. Mustered out July 21, 1865, Louisville, Ky.

Montana Soldiers Home.

David Mann, Service Iowa Sixth, Infantry Co. B.; Rank Private; Service in months 48; Nativity Maryland; Age 61; Pension $8., per month; Disability Gunshot wound; Admitted from Flathead, Co.; Admitted March 16, 1898; Single;; Occupation Farmer; Discharged August 30, 1902.

Note.  The homes records state he was a Private, this is in error, but they have it right on his head stone, ( Corporal .)

Friday, April 03, 2015

James H. Buttolph.

James H. Buttolph. 

Birth: 1831, Vermont.
Death: Jan. 13, 1901.

Burial: Montana Veterans Home Cemetery, Columbia Falls, Flathead County Montana.
Note. He was buried under the name of James Buttolph.

Illinois State Records.

Note.  Was listed under John H. Buttolph.

James H. Buttolph, 74th., Illinois Infantry, Co. B.; First Sergeant; Residence Pecatonica; Enlisted August 5, 1862; Mustered in September 4, 1862; Wounded at Adairsville, Georgia; Wounded in right forearm; Transferred to V. R. C., Discharged April 7, 1865.

Montana Soldiers Home.

James H. Buttolph; Service Illinois 74th., Infantry, Co. B.; Rank Private; Months in service 22; Nativity Vermont; Age 68; Pension $6., per month; Disability Gun shot wound; Admitted from Lewis & Clark, Co.; Admitted July 15, 1897; Single; Occupation  Farmer; Died January 13, 1901.

Note. The Homes records state his rank as private, this is a error, but they got it right on his Headstone, ( Sergeant.)

Thursday, April 02, 2015

David L. Anderson, Ohio, Montana.

David L. Anderson. 

Birth: April, 1839
Death: May 22, 1901.

Burial:: Montana Veterans Home Cemetery, Columbia Falls, Flathead County, Montana.

Ohio State Records.

Ohio 99th., Infantry, Co. B.

David L. Anderson, Captain; Age 22; Enlisted August 6, 1862, for 3 years;   Promoted to Second Lieutenant from First Sergeant to date November 16, 1862; First Lieutenant October 27, 1862; Captain January 8, 1863; Transferred to CO. B., 50th., O. V. I., December 31, 1864; 50th., Ohio, Mustered out with company June 26, 1865.

Montana Soldiers Home.

David L. Anderson, Service 99th., Ohio Infantry, Co. B.; Rank Captain; Months of service 35; Nativity Ohio; Age 60; Pension $6.,per month; Disability Bronchitis; Admitted from Flathead Co.; Admitted April 14, 1900; Single; Occupation Laborer; Died May 22, 1901.

Definition of Bronchitis; Bronchitis is an inflammation of the lining of your bronchial tubes, which carry air to and from your lungs
Authors note.  Census records of 1900 states he was married in 1899, age 61, wife's name not given.

Wednesday, April 01, 2015

Theodore F. Abbott.

Theodore F. Abbott. 

Birth: Mar., 1844, New York.
Death: Aug. 14, 1905, Columbia Falls, Flathead County, Montana.

Burial: Montana Veterans Home Cemetery, Columbia Falls, Flathead County, Montana.

The Kalispell Bee (MT), 18 Aug 1905 

Theodore Abbott, an inmate of the Soldier's home, died Monday, Aug. 14, after a short illness, of apoplexy. Mr. Abbott was about 61 years of age and was well known in this vicinity. Funeral services were held at the home Tuesday, and interment made in the Soldier's Home cemetery.--Columbia Falls, Aug 16, 1905.

New York State Records.

ABBOTT, THEODORE.—Age, 19 years. Enlisted, April 23,1861, at New York city; mustered in as private, Oc., A, May 4, 1861, to serve two years; mustered out with company, May 20, 1863.

Montana Soldiers Home.

Theodore F. Abbott, Service Ninth New York Infantry, Co. A; Rank Private; Months of service 25; Nativity New York; Age 59; Pension $8., per month; Disability Rheumatism; From Flathead Co.;  Admitted July 25, 1897; Single; Occupation Engineer.

Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Amos Harrison Kellogg

Amos Harrison Kellogg. 

Birth: Nov. 14, 1839.
Death: Mar. 27, 1906.

Wife: Sylvia Kellogg (1822 - 1903).

Burial: Maple Hill Cemetery, Montour. Tama County, Iowa.

Civil War Veteran, Co C 10th Iowa Infantry From military records: 

Kellogg, Amos H. Age 22. Residence Toledo,Ia Nativity New York. Enlisted July 31, 1861. Mustered Sept. 6, 1861. Wounded in action Jan. 8, 1862, near Charleston, Mo. Discharged Nov. 30, 1863, Cairo, Ill.

Montana Soldiers Home.

Amos H. Kellogg, Service Iowa 10th., Infantry, Co. C.; Rank Private; Months of service 28; Nativity New York; Age 62; Pension $8. per month; Disability Partially Blind; Admitted from Ganite; Admitted March 21, 1902; Occupation Farmer; Discharged September 22, 1902.

Monday, March 30, 2015

Adam C. Hartzell.

Adam C. Hartzell.

Birth: abt 1843.
Death: September 5, 1910..

Burial: Colorado State Veterans Center at Homelake Cemeter Monte, Vista Rio Grande County, Colorado

Illinois Civil War Detail Report

Name HARTZELL, ADAM C Rank PVT Company D Unit 13 IL US INF 

Personal Characteristics Residence PORT BYRON, ROCK ISLAND CO, IL Age 18 Height 5' 6 Hair LIGHT Eyes LIGHT Complexion LIGHT Marital Status SINGLE Occupation FARMER Nativity ROCK ISLAND CO, IL

Service Record Joined When MAY 24, 1861 Joined Where DIXON, IL Period 3 YRS Muster In MAY 24, 1861 Muster In Where DIXON, IL  Muster Out JUN 22, 1864 Muster Out Where SPRINGFIELD, IL

Montana Soldiers Home.

Adam C. Hartzell, 13th.,; Illinois Infantry, Co. D.; Age 64; Pension $8., per month; Admitted July 23, 1905; Disability Rheumatism.

George Marion Crane

George Marion Crane.

Birth: Feb. 28, 1840, Marietta, Washington County, Ohio,
Death: Nov. 26, 1912, Townsend, Broadwater County, Montana.

Wife: Elizabeth Harter Crane (1842 - 1896.)

Children Jennie Crane Dean (1875 - 1965), Lawrence Crane (1882 - 1960).

Burial: Deep Creek Cemetery, Townsend, Broadwater County, Montana.

He was a Civil War Veteran.

Iowa Fourteenth Infantry, Co. I. 

 Crane, George M. Age 27. Residence Glasgow, nativity Ohio. Enlisted Oct. 1, 1861. Mustered Nov. 5, 1861. Promoted Eighth Corporal Jan. 1, 1864; Seventh Corporal May 1, 1864. Wounded in right leg May 18, 1864, Yellow Bayou, La. Mustered out Nov. 16, 1864, Davenport, Iowa.

Montana Soldiers Home.

George M. Crane, 14th., Iowa, Co. I.,; Age 66; Pension $24., per month; Admitted July 1, 1905; Disability Sciatic, ( Nerve in the right hip. )

Sunday, March 29, 2015

Zebulon Eastburn "Zeb" Binns

Zebulon Eastburn "Zeb" Binns 

Birth: Jun. 24, 1827, England/
Death: Nov. 7, 1901, Sedan, Chautauqua County, Kansas.

Parents: Joseph Phineas Binns (1795 - 1877), Anne Dixon Binns..

Wife's: Jane Pence Binns (1825 - 1900), Sarah Jane Rice Binns (1835 - 1879).

Children: Jessie May Binns (1856 - 1862), Edward D. F. Binns (1861 - 1862), Edith May Binns (1865 - 1867), Harry B Binns (1871 - 1872), Frank Virgil Binns (1873 - 1873).

Burial: Greenwood Cemetery, Sedan, Chautauqua County, Kansas.

Mr. Binns came to Chautauqua County, Kansas, about 1877, settled in the township of Sedan, in the of Sedan, Kansas.  There he went into the Merchant business, with his brother Benjamin E. binns.
The land was in section 33 and 34, and was in his wife name; Jane P. Binns, ( 1903. )

Mr. Binns was a Civil War Veteran,

Minnesota First Infantry, Co. B.

sergeant; Age 33; Nativity England; Enlisted April=1861; Mustered in same; Residence town Stillwater, Washington Co., State of Minnesota; Discharged for disability January 17, 1862.

His Brother Benjamin E. Binns.

CAPT. BENJAMIN E. BINNS, merchant, was born in Yorkshire, England, in 1829. Emigrated to America in 1844, locating in Madison Co., N.Y. In 1846, he removed to Michigan, locating at Niles, and engaged in cabinet making. The following year located at Buchanan and continued in the same business for a number of years. October 14, 1861, Twelfth Michigan Infantry and received a commission as Second Lieutenant of Co. In 1862, October 10, was promoted, receiving a Captain 's commission, serving in all three years and six months. He was wounded during the battle of Pittsburg Landing.

After returning from the army, he engaged in the mercantile business in Buchanan, Mich., and in 1877 sold out and emigrated to Kansas, locating at Sedan, Chautauqua Co. Soon after he came here, he located a claim on Section 27, Township 33, Range 11, of 160 acres, one mile from the city of Sedan, and for one year was engaged in improving his place. Erecting a large house, he broke thirty acres and planted an orchard, and made many other improvements. The place is well situated and is watered by a fine spring. The 1st year he began the stock business with one cow and a calf, and at present has seventy-five head of cattle, and six horses.

Also owns a farm of 160 acres, on Section 36, same township. In 1878, he engaged in the mercantile business and has doubled his business the last two years. Mr. Binns is one of the best business men in the city, and has made some extensive improvements in the county since he came here. Binns' Brothers has put up the largest building in Sedan, a stone store 24x80, two stories. He is also in company with Mr. Bennett, of Chautauqua Springs, engaged in the mercantile business. They also own forty acres on the town site, which they have laid out into lots, and are doing considerable business in city lots at that place. In 1851.

He was married to Miss Julia E. Day, of Buchanan, Mich. They have two children -- Nancy C. and Andrew F. Mr. B. is a member of Stone River Post, No. 74, G. A. R.; Buchanan Lodge, No. 68, A., F. & A.M.; and I.O.O.F., No. 141, Sedan and Verdigris Encampment, 22, I.O.O.F.

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