91st PA: Samuel C Austin

Samuel C Austin

Before the war

He was born in 1834, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [sources: date: 3, 5 (6 in 1861), 7 (15 in 1850), 9 (33 at death in 1868). place: 5, 9]

In 1850, he was living in Kensington, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, with Mary Ann Austin and others. If so, he was a brass founder. [source: 7]

In 1857, he was apparently a lampmaker, at 3 Hazel Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [source: 13]

In 1859, he was apparently a lampmaker, at 1106 Hazel Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [source: 13]

In 1860, he was aparently a lamp or chandelier maker, living at 1107 Ogden, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [source: 13]

In 1861, he was apparently a brass turner, living at 1107 Ogden, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [source: 13]

When he enlisted, he was a brass turner. [source: 5]

Description

When he enlisted, he was 5 feet 4 inches tall, and had a dark complexion, hazel eyes, and dark hair. [source: 5]

During the war

He enlisted and was mustered into service on 21 August 1861. He was enlisted for three years at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, by Colonel Reiff. He was a private in company A. [sources: 1, 5, 14, 15]

In April 1862, he signed a death certificate for Gustavus Bernstein. He was then a corporal. [source: 10]

He was discharged, at Convalescent Camp, on 31 January 1863 on surgeon's certificate of disability, by order of General Martindale. He was a corporal in company A. [sources: 1, 2, 4, 5, 14, 15]

After the war

In 1863, he was apparently a brass manufacturer, at 608 E Thompson Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [source: 13]

In 1864, he was apparently a brassmoulder, at 608 Thompson Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [source: 13]

In 1865, he was apparently a brassturner, living at 1107 Ogden, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [source: 13]

In 1867-8, he was apparently a brassturner, living at 1107 Ogden, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [source: 13]

He died on 21 or 26 January 1868, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, of phthisis pulmonalis. He was a brass turner then. The funeral was held on 29 January, at 10 AM, from 1107 Ogden Street (his parents' residence). On 29 January, he was buried in West Laurel Hill Cemetery, Bala Cynwyd, Montgomery, Pennsylvania. [sources: 3 (21 Jan), 8 (26 Jan, Odd Fellows), 9 (26 Jan, Odd Fellows), 11, 12]

Sources

1 Bates, Samuel Penniman. History of Pennsylvania volunteers, 1861-5. Harrisburg: B. Singerly, state printer, 1869-71. 5 volumes. 'Ninety-first regiment', volume 3, pages 186-233. (In the roster)

2 consolidated morning report, 12 February 1863

3 West Laurel Hill cemetery records, on http://www.thefinalwalt.com (thanks to Amy Waltz!) [note: this website is not available (attempted to access 26 February 2011)] (Samuel Austin)

4 Register of men discharged, co.A (Samuel C Austin)

5 descriptive roll, company A, number 1 (Samuel C Austin)

6 1860 US census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, ward 14, division 1, microfilm series M653, film 1164, page 373 = 373 handwritten [I have removed references to this above, because identification is unlikely; see the 'note on identification' above]

7 1850 US census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia County, Kensington, 6th ward, microfilm series M432, film 807, page 448 recto = 897 handwritten to 448 verso = 898 handwritten (Saml Austin)

8 [death notice], Philadelphia Inquirer 27 January 1868, page 5 (Samuel C Austin)

9 death certificate, 26 January 1868 (Samuel C Austin)

10 death certificate, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Gustavus Bernstein, buried 15 April 1862 (Saml C Austin)

11 Find a grave, memorial 45712651, created by Eugene Glenn Stackhouse, added 22 Dec 2009, accessed 25 February 2011 [the memorial mentions his service, but does not include a photograph of the tombstone] (Samuel C Austin)

12 Pennsylvania veterans burial records, available on Ancestry (transcribed 25 February 2011) (Samuel C Austin)

13 Philadelphia city directories, 1850-1885

14 index to compiled service records of volunteer Union soldiers who served in organizations from the state of Pennsylvania (Samuel C Austin)

15 index to compiled service records of volunteer Union soldiers who served in organizations from the state of Pennsylvania (Samuel C Austen)

Sources checked unsuccessfully

1860 US census
see 1860 census below for the only candidate
1870 US census
FamilySearch index (accessed 13 July 2012)
1880 US census
FamilySearch index (accessed 13 July 2012)
note C S Austin (49, b.PA, cashier), with wife Mary R Austin (48, b. PA), son Wm P Austin (27, b. PA), son Chas S Austin (20, b. PA), daughter Martha Austin (18, b. PA), son Geo B Austin (11, b. PA), and Kate A Austin (26, b. PA), at 821 New Market Street, ward 1, election district 9, enumeration district 195, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (microfilm series T9, film 1172, page 519 = 11 C handwritten)
1890 US census, veterans schedules
Ancestry index
1900 US census
FamilySearch index (accessed 13 July 2012)
1910 US census
FamilySearch index (accessed 13 July 2012)
1920 US census
FamilySearch index (accessed 13 July 2012)
1930 US census
FamilySearch index (accessed 13 July 2012)
1940 US census
Ancestry index (accessed 9 March 2014)
pension index, by name
Ancestry index (accessed June 2005)
RootsWeb WorldConnect
accessed January 2006, and again on 26 February 2011
Applications for headstones for military veterans, 1925-1941
FamilySearch index (accessed 13 July 2012)
Records of headstones of deceased Union veterans, 1879-1903
FamilySearch index (accessed 13 July 2012)

Note on identification

There seem to be two Samuel Austin's who worked with brass in Philadelphia in the relevant time period; I have found one in the 1850 census (7), and the other in the 1860 census (6), and have highlighted entries from the city directories (13) below to separate the families.

The only evidence I have linking one to the 91st is references on Find A Grave (11) and a now-defunct website (based on West Laurel Hill Cemetery records) (3). These sites state that the Samuel Austin who died in 1868 and was buried in West Laurel Hill served in the 91st. The addresses in the city directories, and in the death notice (8), make clear that this Samuel is the Samuel in the 1850 census (7).

The Pennsylvania Veterans Burial Cards also state that the Samuel Austin who served in the 91st was buried in West Laurel Hill, but since they do not have a date of death, they do not make clear it was the Austin who died in 1868. Note that according to his death certificate and death notice, the Samuel Austin who died in 1868 was buried in Odd Fellows Cemetery. Was he later reburied in West Laurel Hill? Or was the other Samuel Austin buried in West Laurel Hill, and the Austin who died in 1868 buried in Odd Fellows?

I have presumed below that the Samuel Austin in the 1850 census, who died in 1868, served in the 91st. But I am not confident that I am right.

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Samuel Austin in the 91st PA gedcom on RootsWeb WorldConnect

Samuel Austin in the 91st PA database

1850 census

[1850 US census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia County, Kensington, 6th ward, microfilm series M432, film 807, page 448 recto = 897 handwritten to 448 verso = 898 handwritten]
[identification is speculative; see the 'note on identification' above]
line41421234
Dwellings visited659 659   
Families visited782 [sic] 783 [sic]   
NameMary Ann AustinJohn AustinGeorge AustinSaml AustinEdward BlackerCatherine Austin
Age492117152018
SexFMMMMF
Color      
Occupation of males over 15 years Brass founderPotterBrass founder" 
Real estate owned1500     
BirthplacePenna"Penna"""
Married within year      
Attended school within year      
Over 20 & can't read/write      
Deaf, dumb, blind, etc.      

1860 census

[1860 US census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, ward 14, division 1, microfilm series M653, film 1164, page 373 = 373 handwritten]
[identification is unlikely; see the 'note on identification' above]
line17181920212223242526
Dwelling number2413         
Family number2703         
NameChas AustinAnnSamlEdwinMiriamAnnieChasGeoSamuelEliza
Age504725201816131196
SexMFMMFFMMMF
Color          
OccupationCarter Brass TurnerdoBonnet Framer     
Value of real estate owned          
Value of personal estate          
Place of birthN. JerseyPenna""""""""
Married within year          
Attended school within year       111
Cannot read & write          
Deaf, dumb, blind, etc.          

index to compiled service records

[index to compiled service records of volunteer Union soldiers who served in organizations from the state of Pennsylvania]
[transcribed 5 Mar 2014, from Fold3]


Austin, Samuel C.
Co. A, 91 Pennsylvania Inf.
Pvt. | Cpl.
See also [blank]

GENERAL INDEX CARD.

[second card, transcribed 6 March 2014]

Austen, Samuel C.
Co A, 91 Pennsylvania Inf.
Pvt. | Cpl.
REFERENCE CARD.
Original filed under
Austin, Samuel C.

GENERAL INDEX CARD.

Pennsylvania veterans burial record

[Pennsylvania veterans burial records, available on Ancestry (transcribed 25 February 2011)]
[identification is uncertain; I assume this is the Samuel Austin who died in 1868, but do not know whether any other Samuel Austin was buried in West Laurel Hill]


RECORD OF BURIAL PLACE OF VETERAN
Montgomery County
NAME Austin, Samuel C. (#80)
DATE OF BIRTH [blank]
DATE OF DEATH [blank]
VETERAN OF Civil WAR
SERVED IN ARMY
DATES OF SERVICE 8/21/61 to 1/31/63
ORGANIZATION(S) Company A. 91st Regt. Pa. Vol. Inf.
RANK Corp.
CEMETERY NAME West Laurel Hill Cemetery
[CEMETERY] LOCATION Pencoyd, Pa.
LOCATION OF GRAVE IN CEMETERY SECTION River LOT #509
HEADSTONE Granite Monument FAMILY
INFORMATION GIVEN BY Grave Registrar
DATE 1/31/35
REMARKS K.

Death notice

[Philadelphia Inquirer 27 January 1868, page 5]
[identification is uncertain; see the 'note on identification' above]

AUSTIN.--Fell asleep in Jesus, on Sunday, the 26th inst., SAMUEL C. AUSTIN, in the 34th year of his age.

The relatives and friends of the family; also, the members of Purity Lodge, No. 525 [??], I.O. of O.F., are respectfully invited to attend his funeral, from the residence of his parents, No. 1107 Ogden street, on Wednesday morning, 29th inst., at 10 o'clock. To proceed to Odd Fellows Cemetery.

city directories

[source: Footnote; I transcribed selected entries on 25-26 February 2011]
[I have highlighted entries that I believe (based on occupations and addresses) relate to the Austin's in the 1850 census and 1860 census; I have left possibly relevant entries unhighlighted]
[see the 'note on identification' above for the identification]



[1850 Biddle's Philadelphia directory, page 13]

Austin Charles, carter, 175 Brown
Austin Mary Ann, Hope bel Master


[1851 Edward and John's Philadelphia directory, page 13]
Austin Charles, carter, 175 Brown
Austin Mary Ann, Hope bel Master


[1852 Biddle's Philadelphia directory, page 14]
Austin Chas., carter, rear 175 Brown
Austin John, brass fr., Hope bel Master
Austin Mary Ann, Hope bel Master

[I suspect she is the Maria Austin who died on 12 January 1868, was buried in Monument Cemetery, was 68 years old, born Philadelphia, and died at or was buried from 1232 Howard St, 17th ward, Philadelphia, PA]



[1853 Biddle's Philadelphia directory, page 13]
[I did not find any obviously relevant entries]



[1854 Biddle's Philadelphia directory, page 16]
Austin John, brass founder, Wheat ab Duke (K)


[1855 Biddle's Philadelphia directory, page 16]
Austin Charles, carter, Brown bel 5th
Austin John, brass founder, 136 New Market


[1856 Biddle's Philadelphia directory, page 18]
Austin Charles, carter, Brown bel 5th
Austin John, brass founder, 400 N 3d


[1857 Biddle's Philadelphia directory, pages 19-20]
Austin Chas., carter, 3 Hazel
Austin John, brass founder, 400 N 3d
Austin Samuel, lampmr. 3 Hazel


[1858 Biddle's Philadelphia directory, pages 19-20]
Austin Geo., driver, 1347 Howard
Austin John, brass founder, 720 N 3d
Austin Saml. brassfounder, 1224 N Clinton


[1859 Biddle's Philadelphia directory, page 21]
Austin Chas., carter, 1106 Hazel
Austin John, brass founder, 720 N 3d
Austin Saml., brassfounder, 1224 Darien.
Austine S. C. lampmr., 1106 Hazel


[1860 Biddle's [sic] Philadelphia city directory, pages 27-28]
Austin George, founder, 1227 N Front, h Howard n Master

[see 1860 US census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, ward 17, eastern part, microfilm series M653, film 1167, page 588 = 85 handwritten (George [brass spicket maker], Ann, Jas Hamilton (3), John, George, and Emma)]

Austin John, founder, 1227 N Front, h 720 N 3d

[see 1860 US census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, ward 12, division 2, microfilm series M653, film 1162, page 291 = 71 handwritten (John [brass founder], Catherine, Albert, and Maria [55, presumably the mother])]

Austin Samuel, founder, 1227 N Front, h 1226 Palmer
Austin Samuel, chandelier maker, 1107 Ogden

[see 1860 census above (Chas, Ann, Saml, Edwin, Mariam, Annie, Chas, Geo, Samuel, Eliza)]



[1860 Biddle's [sic] Philadelphia directory, p.86]
Austin Chas. carter, h 1107 Ogden
Austin Geo., plumber, 1347 Howard
Austin John (J. & S. Austin) brass cock maker, h 720 N 3d
Austin J. & S. (John Austin & Samuel Austin), brass cock makers, r 1227 N Front
Austin Saml. (J. & S. Austin) 1326 Palmer
Austin Saml C. lampmaker, 1107 Ogden



[1861 Biddle's Philadelphia city directory, page 27]

Austin Charles, carpenter, 1107 Ogden
Austin George, brass founder, 1227 N Front, h 1347 Howard
Austin George, brass cock mk. 1347 Howard
Austin John, brass founder, 320 N 3d
Austin J. & Brothers (John, Samuel, & George Austin), brass founders, 1227 N Front
Austin John, brass founder, 1227 N Front, h 720 N 3d
Austin Samuel, brass founder, 1227 N Front, h 1344 Hope
Austin Samuel C., brass turner, 1107 Ogden


[1862 Biddle and McElroy's Philadelphia city directory
[pp.19-20]

Austin Charles, laborer, 1107 Ogden
Austin Edwin, turner, 1107 Ogden
Austin John, brass founder, 720 N 3d
Austin Samuel, segars, 610 Thompson
Austin Saml., brass spigot mkr., 610 Thompson
Austin Samuel C., turner, 1107 Ogden


[1863 Philadelphia city directory]
[page 52]

Austin Charles, laborer, 1107 Ogden
Austin Edward, turner, 1107 Ogden
Austin George, plumber, 1387 [sic] Howard
Austin J., brass cock manuf. 1225 N Front
Austin S., brass cock manuf. 1225 N Front
Auston [sic] Samuel, brass manuf. 608 E Thompson


[1864 Biddle and McElroy's Philadelphia directory]
[page 38]

Austin Charles, laborer, 1107 Ogden
Austin Edward, brassturner, 1107 Ogden
Austin George, brassfounder, 1347 [sic] Howard
Austin George, moulder, 5 Kesler
Austin John, brasscockmaker, 1242 Hope, h 1232 Howard
Austin Samuel, brassmoulder, 608 Thompson


[1865 Sherman's Philadelphia directory]
[pages 51-52]

Austin Charles, laborer, 1107 Ogden
Austin George, brassfounder, 1347 Howard
Austin John, brasscockmaker, 1242 Hope, h 1232 Howard
Austin John & Co. (George Gilbach, Godfrey Metzger & John Austin), brasscockmanufrs., 1242 Hope
Austin Samuel, brassmoulder, 608 Thompson
Austin Samuel C., brassturner, 1107 Ogden

[1866 McElroy's Philadelphia directory, page 51]
Austin George, brassfounder, 1347 Howard
Austin John, brass cock maker, 1242 Hope, h 1232 Howard
Austin John & Co. (George Gilbach, Godfrey Metzger & John Austin), brass cock manufrs., 1242 Hope
Austin Samuel, finisher, 1550 Lawrence


[1867 Gopsill's Philadelphia directory, page 161]
Austin Charles, laborer, h 1107 Ogden
Austin Charles, Jr., trunkmaker, h 1107 Ogden
Austin John (Austin & Co.), h 1232 Howard
Austin Samuel C., brass turner, h 1107 Ogden
Austin & Co. (John Austin, George Gelbach & Godfrey Metzger), brass founders, Hope n Thompson


[1867 McElroy's Philadelphia directory]
[transcribed 25 Feb 11, from Footnote]
[page 56]

Austin Charles, car driver, 1107 Ogden
Austin John, brassfounder, 1232 Howard
Austin Samuel, brass founder, 1550 Lawrence
Austin Samuel C., 1107 Ogden

[1868 Gopsill's Philadelphia directory, pages 167-168]
Austin Charles, laborer, h 1107 Ogden
Austin John (Austin & Co.), h 1232 Hope
Austin Samuel C., brass turner, h 1107 Ogden
Austin & Co. (John Austin, George Gelbach & Godfrey Metzger), brass founders, Hope n Thompson


[1869 Gopsill's Philadelphia directory, page 165]
Austin Charles, laborer, h 1107 Ogden
Austin John (J. Austin & Co.), h 1232 Howard
Austin Mary A., wid Samuel, h 1232 Howard
Austin Samuel, brass finisher, h 1347 Howard
Austin J & Co. (John Austin, George Gilbach & Godfrey Metzger), brass founders, 1242 Hope & 1241 Howard


[1870 Gopsill's Philadelphia directory, page 166]
Austin Charles, laborer, h 1107 Ogden

[see 1870 US census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, ward 14, district 42, microfilm series M593, film 1398, page 268 recto = 149 handwritten (Charles, Ann, Charles, George, Lemuel, and Eliza)]

Austin Charles, Jr., laborer, h 1107 Ogden
Austin George, trunkmaker, h 1107 Ogden
Austin John, finisher, h 1230 Howard

[see 1870 US census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia ward 17, district 52, microfilm series M593, film 1402, page 147 recto = 125 handwritten (John, Catharine, Albert, Idella, Samuel [39 years old, brass founder])]

Austin Samuel, finisher, h 1230 Howard


[1871 Gopsill's Philadelphia directory, pages 165-166]
Austin Charles, laborer, h 1107 Ogden
Austin George, trunkmaker, h 1107 Ogden
Austin John, finisher, h 1230 Howard
Austin Samuel, finisher, h 1230 Howard


[1872 Gopsill's Philadelphia directory, page 161]
Austin George, trunkmaker, h 1107 Ogden
Austin John (Austin & Mousley), h 1306 Howard
Austin Samuel, finisher, h 1230 Howard
AUSTIN & MOUSLEY (John Austin & Charles Mousley), brass founders, 1241 Howard


[1873 Gopsill's Philadelphia directory, page 161]
Austin George, trunkmaker, h 1107 Ogden
Austin John, finisher, h 1230 Howard
Austin Samuel, finisher, 1230 Howard


[1874 Gopsill's Philadelphia directory, page 130]
Austin George, trunkmaker, h 1107 Ogden


[1875 Gopsill's Philadelphia directory, page 123]
Austin Albert, moulder, h 1230 Howard
Austin Charles, driver, h 1107 Ogden
Austin Charles, Jr., police, h 1107 Ogden
Austin George H., trunkmaker, h 1745 Camac [is there another George trunkmaker in previous directories?]
Austin John, brassfounder, h 1230 Howard
Austin Lemuel, plumber, h 1107 Ogden

[1876 Gopsill's Philadelphia directory, page 123]
Austin Charles, laborer, h 1107 Ogden
Austin Charles, Jr., police, h 1100 Ogden
Austin Lemuel, plumber, h 1107 Ogden


[1877 Gopsill's Philadelphia directory, page 124]
Austin Charles, h 1107 Ogden
Austin George, conductor, h 1107 Ogden
Austin Lemuel, plumber, h 1107 Ogden


[1878 Costa's Philadelphia directory, page 120]
Austin Charles, janitor, h 1107 Ogden
Austin George L., conductor, h 1107 Ogden
Austin Lemuel, plumber, h 1107 Ogden
Austin Samuel, finisher, h 2209 Steward


[1879 Philadelphia directory, pages 121-122]
Austin Ann, wid Charles, h 1107 Ogden
Austin Lemuel, plumber, h 1107 Ogden


[1880 Gopsill's Philadelphia directory, page 124]
Austin Ann, wid Charles, h 1107 Ogden

[see 1880 US census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, ward 14, supervisor's district 1, enumeration district 245, microfilm series T9, film 1174, page 586 = 1 A handwritten (Anna, Lemuel, and Eliza)]

Austin Lemuel (Quick & Austin), h 1107 Ogden


[1881 Gopsill's Philadelphia directory, page 121]
Austin Ann, wid Charles, h 1107 Ogden
Austin Lemuel (Quick & Austin), h 1107 Ogden


[1882 Gopsill's Philadelphia directory, pages 119-120; I have transcribed all Samuel's]
Austin Lemuel, plumber, 515 N Broad, h 1107 Ogden
Austin Samuel, laborer, h 943 Sartain
Austin Samuel, segars, 1223 Jefferson
Austin Samuel H., lawyer, 129 S 7th
Austin Samuel H., Jr. (M. E. McDowell & Co.), h Chicago
Austin Samuel M. stevedore, h 36 Laurel
Austin Samuel W., laborer, h 5 r 820 Enquirer


[1883 Gopsill's Philadelphia directory, pages 119-120; I have transcribed all Samuel's]
Austin Ann, h 1107 Ogden
Austin Lemuel, plumber, h 1107 Ogden
Austin Samuel, laborer, h, 943 Sartain
Austin Samuel, segars, 1223 Jefferson
Austin Samuel G., laborer, h r 812 Enquirer
Austin Samuel H., lawyer, 129 S 7th
Austin Samuel H., Jr. (M. E. McDowell & Co.), h Ill
Austin Samuel W., laborer, h 5 r 820 Enquirer


[1884 Gopsill's Philadelphia directory, pages 120-121; I have transcribed all Samuel's]
Austin Ann, wid Charles H., h 1107 Ogden
Austin Lemuel, plumber, 515 N Broad, h 1107 Ogden
Austin Samuel, laborer, h 943 Sartain
Austin Samuel, segars, 1223 Jefferson
Austin Samuel G., laborer, h r 814 Enquirer
Austin Samuel H., lawyer, 129 S 7th
Austin Samuel H., Jr. (M. E. McDowell & Co.), h Powelton av n N 34th


[1885 Gopsill's Philadelphia directory, pp. 124-125]
Austin Ann, wid Charles, h 1107 Ogden
Austin Caroline, wid Samuel, h 1350 Hanover

[presumably she is the widow of the Samuel Austin who died on 20 July 1884, and was buried in Mount Peace Cemetery; he died at or was buried from 1223 [?] Jefferson St, 20th ward; this is therefore the Saml Austin 42, tobacconist, with Caroline (39) and Therisa, at 1210 Jefferson Street, ward 20, 1880 US census, microfilm series T9, film 1179, page 194]

Austin Lemuel, plumber, 515 N Broad, h 1107 Ogden
Austin Samuel, clerk, h 6609 Haverford
Austin Samuel, laborer, h 943 Sartain
Austin Samuel H., lawyer, 129 S 7th
Austin Samuel H., Jr. (M. E. McDowell & Co.), h 3331 Powelton av

death certificate

[death certificate, 26 January 1868, Samuel C Austin]
[source: www.familysearch.org]


RETURN OF A DEATH
IN THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA.
PHYSICIAN'S CERTIFICATE
1. Name of Deceased, Samuel C Austin
2. Colour, White
3. Sex, Male
4. Age, Thirty Three years
5. Single
6. Date of Death, Jan 26 /68
7. Cause of Death, Phthisis Pulmonalis
Robt Thamarani [??] M.D.
Residence, 832 10th St
UNDERTAKER'S CERTIFICATE IN RELATION TO DECEASED.
8. Occupation, Brass Turner
9. Place of Birth, Philadelphia
10. When a Minor, --
11. Ward, 14th
12. Street and Number, 1107 Ogden st
13. Date of Burial, January 29th 1868
14. Place of Burial, Odd Fellows Cemetery
Joseph D. Markle Undertaker.
Residence S.W. cor. of 7th + Buttonwood st

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