Saturday, December 13, 2014

Henry V. P. Kabrick

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Capt Henry V. P. Kabrick. 

Birth: Nov. 15, 1841, Loudoun County, Virginia.
Death: May 20, 1927, Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri.

Parents: George and Jane (Morrison) Kabrick from Loundoun County, Virginia.

Wife: Francis F George Kabrick (1841 - 1922).

Children: Lorena Nancy Kabrick Peerson (1872 - 1959), David George Lee Kabrick (1877 - 1916), Lula Edna Kabrick (1878 - 1879).

Siblings: Joseph Edward William Kabrick (1839 - 1918), Henry V. P. Kabrick (1841 - 1927), Rachel Ann Kabrick Major (1843 - 1893). 

Burial: George Cemetery, Oak Grove, Jackson County, Missouri.

Missouri 12th., Cavalry, Co. C.

Henry V. P. Kabrick. Our portrait of Captain Kabrick shows him in the uniform of a Confederate soldier at the close of the war. He entered the service August 14, 1862, and two days later was given his baptism of fire at the battle of Lone Jack. He belonged to Company C, 2nd Missouri Cavalry, Marmaduke's Division. There was no truer soldier and there is no truer friend than Henry Kabrick.

He is proud of his war record, as every real soldier should be. He was in the battles at Lone Jack,Newtonia, Gape Girardeau, Osage River, Lexington, Westport, Mine Creek, and all the battles and skirmishes of his command. He was still a young man when the war closed and he returned to his home near Oak Grove, Mo., where he has resided ever since, following the vocations of farmer and carpenter. He is one of the substan- tial citizens of the county, and is captain of Up. Hays Camp, United Confederate Veterans, at Oak Grove. Captain Kabrick has a son, Lee Kabrick, serving in the United States Army in the Philippine

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