Peter Martin STAMP, Born 14 September 1840 in Muskingum County, OH, and Died 3 April 1909 in Florence, Marion County, Kansas. Burial in the "Soldier's Lot", Florence Town Cemetery, Marion County, Kansas. Served in Company E, 8th Kansas Infantry Regiment from September 1861 - January 1865. From Charles Stamp
My great-grandfather was mustered out of a volunteer regiment from Ohio. He is buried in Marion County.
My great-grandfather Marshall G. Freeborn served
with 3d Kansas Battery. He enlisted in Ohio with 25th Independent Light
Artillery attached to 2d Ohio Cavalry. Units werer assigned to Fort Scott, Kan.
and attached to 3d Kansas. He was discharged in December, 1865, and homesteaded
in Marion County. He was drowned near Emporia in 1895 and was returned to Marion
Co. for burial. He left a wife and 12 children. I am seeking information on his
units' wartime experiences and rercords.
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George Benfield, 1832-1902, Waterville Cemetery, Waterville, Kansas. Richard H. Baxter Sr.
Swander. B.July 11, 1844 Shelby Co Ohio. Served Co K 20th Ohio Volunteer
Infantry Oct 1, 1862-July 1, 1863 at Lake Providence La. Married to Sarah I.
Wilt 1871 in Ill. He moved to McPherson Co. Kansas and was a member of GAR J. B.
McPherson Post 87. He died Sept 13, 1887 and is buried in McPherson City
Cemetery, GAR Owned Lot 1, Block 2, Space 10.
Andrew Lawrence BOLING Born, 4 Apr 1837, Breathitt Co., KY Served in Cos. C & F, 11th Regt. Missouri Vol. Cav. Died, 28 Feb 1913, Mitchell Co., KS. Buried, Glen Elder Cemetery, Mitchell Co., KS.
Mike Jacobs P.O. Box 3477 Tucson, AZ 85722
Francis Marion Thornton Buried in Harmony Cemetery, east of Independence, KS. b. 10 Dec. 1827, Smith Co., TN; d. 16 Feb 1920 in Coffeyville, KS. Served as private in Co. H., 15th Iowa Infantry.
KING, Joseph F., buried Havana Cemetary,Havana, Montgomery Co., KS. served with 12th IND INF VOL ,
ROBISON, Pearson, buried Havana Cemetary, Havana, Montgomery Co., KS. served w/149th
IND INF VOL, Co. F,
ROBISON, William, buried Havana Cemetary, Havana, Montgomery Co., KS. served w/__IND INF Vol, bro of Pearson,
William Robison born 13 July 1842 Columbiana County Ohio. He served first with the state troops and served his full term. He then reenlisted and served with the 2nd Indiana Cavalry. He died at Peru, Chautauqua County Kansas on 24 June 1917. He is buried in the Havana Cemetery, Havana Kansas. Jean Robison Coffeyville, Kansas
Geddes Weakley, born in Huntsdale, PA on 5/12/1837 was a carpenter until
he enlisted in Co H, 3rd Pennsylvania Cavalry on 8/17/1861. He served as
Corporal and then Sergeant. His Commanding Officer was Captain William E. Miller
of Carlisle, PA, who "was the bravest man I ever knew", according to
James. James came out of the war with a scar on his face from a sabre cut and
three bullet wounds in one leg. He died on 9/28/22 at the age of 85 in Coffeyville, Montgomery County, Kansas and is buried in Fairview Cemetery. This is sent to you by his Great great granddaughter, BJ Alderman, of Kansas City.
DANIEL GRASS died 21 Dec 1894 Independence , KS. He is buried in Mt. Hope Cemetery, Independence, KS. My name is Opal Specht a descendent of Daniel's sister Jane Grass.
WONDERLY, ISAAC [this is the correct spelling] BORN: 1829 Wayne Co., OH DIED: 16 Apr 1909 PLACE: Rutland Twp,Montgomery Co.,KS BUR. PLACE: Robbins Cemetery, Dearing, Montgomery Co., Kansas [There is no stone for him; there is a stone there for his wife, Nancy who died before him. There is a GAR marker beside her stone.] "Who's Who" by Charles Drake: Coffeyville Post G.A.R. No. 153 Sheridan Post No. 90 Dept of Kansas Wonderley, Isaac, '62, Pvt. Company I, 101 Ind. Inf.; '65 Sgt page 136
Kathy Welch Heidel
July ~ 1998