91st PA: Joseph H Prickett (or Brickett)

Joseph H Prickett (or Brickett)

Before the war

He was born in 1827/30, in Camden, New Jersey or Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [sources: date: 3 (35 in 1863), 8 (32 in 1861), 14 (30 in 1860), 21 (20 in 1850). place: 3, 8 (Philadelphia PA), 14 (PA), 21 (PA)]

On 24 June 1850, he married Catherine Peden. They were married by Joseph Mason, minister of the St Paul's Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She was born in 1831/32, in Pennsylvania, apparently to William and Mary Paden. They apparently had at least these four children:

[sources: 14, 20, 21, 22, 24 (born Aug 1839), 26, 27]

In 1850, he was living in ward 6, Southward, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was living with William and Mary Paden, and others, including Catharine Paden, whom he had (presumably) married. She is listed as 'Catharine Paden'--whether the census taker erred, or the marriage was secret, is not clear. He was not working. [source: 21]

In 1860, he was living in the 1st ward of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was a carpenter. He was living with his wife Catherine, and children Mary, George, James, and Lewis. [source: 14]

When he enlisted, he was a carpenter, and was living in Philadelphia. [sources: 3, 8]

Description

When he enlisted, he was 5 feet 8-1/2 inches tall, had a light complexion, blue eyes, and light hair. [sources: 3, 8 (5'4", sandy complexion, blue eyes, light hair)]

During the war

He enlisted and was mustered into service as a private on 16 October 1861, at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was a private, in company K. [sources: 1, 8, 28-30]

In the 1861 election, he was part of a group taken to vote by Alderman Lentz, apparently on Dickerson Street, between Seventh and Eighth, in the Eighth Precinct, First Ward. [source: 16]

He was transferred to company E on 24 December 1861. [sources: 1, 8, 10]

On 12 March 1863, he was sent to the division hospital. [source: 5]

On 26 September 1863, he was reported returned from hospital for duty. [source: 6]

He re-enlisted for three years as a veteran volunteer, at Bealton, Virginia, on 24 December 1863. He was enrolled by Lieutenant Carpenter, and mustered into service by Lieutenant Swann. He was mustered in on 26 December 1863. [sources: 3, 8 (26 Dec 63), 27]

He was shot in the head while charging the enemy works at Petersburg Virginia on 18 June 1864, and died on 21 June 1864 of those wounds. He was a private, in company E. [sources: 1, 2, 3 (which lists him as killed in action); 4 has 20 June; 8, 9, 27, 28-30]

He was buried at City Point National Cemetery, Virginia, section C. The Record of the Federal Dead lists him as being originally buried on Prince George Road, one-half mile east of Meade Station; other soldiers from this same area were moved to Poplar Grove Cemetery, but most of them are now listed as unknown soldiers at Poplar Grove. [sources: 4, 7, 12, 25]

On 26 January 1865, company E published resolutions mourning his death (and fifteen others), and sympathizing with their families. [source: 11]

After the war

On 11 November 1864, his widow, Catherine Prickett, successfully applied from Pennsylvania for a pension, under the Act of 14 July 1862. Her post office address was 735 Bayard Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Captain * Matthew Hall (E) provided evidence about her husband's service and death. Her application was approved on 1 April 1865, retroactive to 21 June 1864; she received $8 per month. [sources: 13, 14, 17, 27]

On 12 May 1865, his widow, Catherine Prickett, married Oliver H Mead, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. They had one known child:

[sources: 22, 23, 24, 27]

On 22 December 1866, Catharine Mead was appointed the guardian of Joseph Prickett's and her children. The court required $300 as security. [source: 27]

On 2 September 1867, Catherine Mead, guardian of his minor dependents, successfully applied for a pension from Pennsylvania. Her post office address was 735 Bayard Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She had been overpaid $29.60, which she repaid. On 15 January 1868, Catharine Prickett's pension certificate file was incorporated into her application. On the same day, the Pension Office requested a proper declaration. She apparently changed attorneys on 30 December 1868, perhaps because of the delay in approving her pension. Her application was accepted, and the certificate issued on 26 February 1869, retroactive to 13 May 1865. She received $8 per month and $2 for ech child under 16. [sources: 13, 14, 17, 27]

In 1870, his remarried widow, Catherine Mead, was living in ward 1, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She was living with her (second) husband, Oliver Mead, and with Mary, George, David, and Lewis (presumably her children with Joseph Prickett), and with Annie (presumably her child with Oliver Mead). [source: 22]

On 17 September 1873, Catharine Mead requested that the pension certificate be reissued. On 5 February 1874, it was reissued 'to exclude plurality clause'. [source: 27]

On 23 August 1875, the Third Auditor apparently approved something about Catharine Mead's pension. [source: 27]

In 1880, his remarried widow, Catharine Meade, was living at 921 Tasker Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She was living with her (second) husband, Oliver Meade, with David and Lewis C Prickett, and with Annie Meade. [source: 23]

In 1900, his (remarried) widow, Catherine Mead, was living at 813 Tasker Street, ward 1, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She was living with her (second) husband Oliver Mead, and with their daughter Annie. [source: 24]

On 30 October 1901, his remarried widow, Catherine Mead, died, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She died of gastric carcinoma. Her address was 813 Tasker Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. On 4 November 1901, she was buried, in Fernwood Cemetery, Delaware County, Pennsylvania. Members of the following organizations were invited to her funeral: Harmony Chamber, No. 1, Companions of Friendship, and Purity Council, D. of L. [sources: 18, 19, 20]

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) (Joseph H Prickett [E], Joseph Brickett [K])

2 list of deaths, company E (Joseph H Prickett [the 'P' is clear])

3 descriptive book, company E, entry 95 (Joseph H Prickett [the 'P' is clear])

4 City Point National Cemetery, interment index (searched 5 October 2000)

5 consolidated morning report, 91st PA, 12 March 1863 (Private Pricket)

6 consolidated morning report, 91st PA, 26 September 1863 (Pri Prickett)

7 Poplar Grove Cemetery records (thanks to Elizabeth Dinger-Glisan for the information!) (Joseph A Brickett)

8 Civil War Veterans' Card File, available at the Pennsylvania State Archives, searched 6 May 2004 (Joseph H Prickett)

9 consolidated morning report, 91st Pennsylvania, 29 June 1864 (Private Prickett)

10 company K, list of men transferred, #15 (Joseph H Prickett)

11 'Headquarters company E', Philadelphia Inquirer 26 January 1865 page 5 (Joseph Prickett)

12 'Our illustrious dead', Philadelphia Inquirer 20 July 1865 page 2 (Joseph H Bricket)

13 pension index, by name (Joseph H Prickett)

14 1860 US census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, ward 1, microfilm series M653, film 1151, page 391 = 131 handwritten (Joseph M Prickett)

15 pension index, by regiment, 91st PA Infantry, company E (Joseph H Prickett)

16 'The Sheriff contested election case', Philadelphia Press Monday 23 June 1862 page 4 (Hudson Pricket)

17 abstract of widow's pension certificate file, National Archives and Records Administration, record group 15, widow's certificate number WC 44,702 (Catharine Prickett widow of Joseph H Prickett)

18 death notice, Philadelphia Inquirer, Sunday 3 November 1901, section 3 page 11 (Catherine Mead)

19 Find a grave, memorial 85214469, created by Lizann, added 19 February 2012 (Catharine Mead)

20 death certificate, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 30 October 1901 (FamilySearch) (Catherine Mead)

21 1850 US census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Southwark, ward 6, microfilm series M432, film 822, page 440 verso = 52 handwritten (FamilySearch) (Joseph Prickett)

22 1870 US census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, ward 1, division 7, microfilm series M593, film 1387, page 352 verso = 18 handwritten (FamilySearch) (Catherine Mead)

23 1880 US census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, supervisor's district 1, enumeration district 17, microfilm series T9, film 1166, page 242 = 7 C handwritten FamilySearch) (Catharine Meade)

24 1900 US census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, ward 1, supervisor's district 1, enumeration district 10, microfilm series T623, film 1451, page 116 = 2 B handwritten (FamilySearch) (Catherine Mead)

25 US National Cemetery, interment control cards, 1928-1962 (J H Prickett)

26 'Record of marriages', St Paul's Episcopal Church records, in Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Historic Pennsylvania church and town records, reel 373 (Joseph H Prickett)

27 abstract of children's pension certificate file, National Archives and Records Administration, record group 15, certificate WC 125,266 (Mary Prickett et al.)

28 index to compiled service records of volunteer Union soldiers who served in organizations from the state of Pennsylvania (Joseph H Prickett)

29 index to compiled service records of volunteer Union soldiers who served in organizations from the state of Pennsylvania (Joseph H Prichet)

30 index to compiled service records of volunteer Union soldiers who served in organizations from the state of Pennsylvania (Joseph H Prickitt)

Note on indentification

Bates has a Joseph Brickett in company K, who was transferred to company E, and a Joseph Prickett in company E, mustered in on the same day. I suspect they are the same person. [source: 1]

Sources checked unsuccessfully

1890 US census, veterans schedules
Ancestry index (accessed May 2007)
checked for Catharine Mead in Ancestry index (accessed 27 November 2012)
1910 US census
FamilySearch index (accessed 28 November 2012)
1920 US census
FamilySearch index (accessed 28 November 2012)
1930 US census
FamilySearch index (accessed 28 November 2012)
1940 US census
FamilySearch index (accessed 25 October 2013)
RootsWeb WorldConnect
accessed 15 June 2007
applications for headstones for military veterans, 1925-1941
FamilySearch index (accessed 29 November 2012)
records of headstones of deceased Union veterans, 1879-1903
FamilySearch index (accessed 29 November 2012)
Find a grave
searched for Joseph Prickett or Brickett in 1864, and for Joseph in Poplar Grove National Cemetery or City Point National Cemetery (accessed 25 October 2013)
Pennsylvania veterans burial cards, 1777-1999
Ancestry index (accessed 29 November 2012)

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Joseph H Prickett in the 91st PA gedcom on RootsWeb WorldConnect

Joseph H Prickett in the 91st PA database

1850 census

[Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Southwark, ward 6, microfilm series M432, film 822, page 440 verso = 52 handwritten (FamilySearch)]
[identification is likely], since (1) Catharine Paden is (probably) the Catharine Peden who married Joseph Prickett in 1850; note that another Joseph H Prickett, 20, born in New Jersey, was living in Philadelphia with Enoch and Mary Ann Prickett (1850 US census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Southwark, Ward 4, microfilm series M432, film 822, page 250 recto = 539 handwritten (FamilySearch))]
line4567891011
Dwellings visited367       
Families visited408       
NameWilliam PadenMary "Catharine "Ellen "Anna "Margaret R "Joseph PrickettRobert Torbert
Age5152171512102047
Sexmffffff [sic]m
Color        
Occupation of males over 15 yearsLabourer TailoressTailoress   Carter
Real estate owned        
BirthplaceIreland"Pennsylvania""""Ireland
Married within year        
Attended school within year   111  
Over 20 & can't read/write        
Deaf, dumb, blind, etc.        

1860 census

[1860 US census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, ward 1, microfilm series M653, film 1151, page 391 = 131 handwritten (FamilySearch)]
[identification is probable, since (1) the spouse's name matches the widow who applied for a pension (see entries 13 and 17), and her name in the 1870 census entry transcribed below matches the name of the guardian who applied for a pension in 1867 (see entries 13 and 17), and (2) the children's names match the names in their pension certificate file]
line26272829303132333435
Dwelling number954         
Family number1085         
NameMary Bedin [?]Anna "Ellen E "Mary "Joseph M PrickettCatherine "Mary E "George W "James [sic] "Lewis "
Age63199930289728/12
Sexffffmffmmm
Color          
Occupation Tailoress  Carpenter     
Value of real estate owned          
Value of personal estate          
Place of birth" [sc. Irland (sic)]Penna""""""""
Married within year          
Attended school within year 111  11  
Cannot read & write          
Deaf, dumb, blind, etc.          

1870 census

[1870 US census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, ward 1, division 7, microfilm series M593, film 1387, page 352 verso = 18 handwritten (FamilySearch)]
[identification is probable; see the note on the 1860 census entry transcribed above]
line34353637383940
Dwelling-house number146      
Family number150      
NameMead OlliverCatherinePricket MaryMead George - David [sic]- Lewis- Annie
Age2832181712103
SexMFFMMMF
ColorWWWWWWW
OccupationEngineer SteamshipKeeping HouseDress MakerHucksterAt SchoolAt School 
Real estate value       
Personal estate value       
BirthplaceNew YorkPennsylvaniaPennsylvaniaPennsylvaniaPennsylvaniaPennsylvaniaPennsylvania
Father foreign born       
Mother foreign born       
Birth month if born within year       
Marriage month if married within year       
Attended school past year       
Can't read       
Can't write       
Deaf, dumb, blind, etc.       
Male US citizen at least 21 years old1      
Male US citizen at least 21 years old who can't vote ...       

1880 census

[1880 US census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, supervisor's district 1, enumeration district 17, microfilm series T9, film 1166, page 242 = 7 C handwritten FamilySearch)]
[identification is probable; see the 1870 census transcribed above]
line1718192021
street nameTasker Street
house number921    
dwelling visit #55    
family visit #57    
nameMeade Oliver- Catharine- AnniePrickett David- Lewis C
colorWWWWW
sexMFFMM
age3939122119
month born if born in year     
relationship WifeDaughterBoarderBoarder
single  111
married11   
widowed/divorced     
married during yearEngineerKeeping HouseAt SchoolAttends StoreSailor
occupation5    
months unemployed     
currently ill?     
blind     
deaf/dumb     
idiotic     
insane     
disabled     
school this year  1  
can't read     
can't write     
birthplaceNew YorkPennaPennaPennaPenna
father's birthplace New YorkIrelandN YorkPennaPenna
mother's birthplaceNew YorkIrelandPennaPennaPenna

1900 census

[1900 US census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, ward 1, supervisor's district 1, enumeration district 10, microfilm series T623, film 1451, page 116 = 2 B handwritten (FamilySearch)]
[identification is probable; see the 1880 census transcribed above]
line979899
streetTasker Street
house number813  
dwelling number47  
family number47  
nameMead Oliver- Catherine- Annie
relationshipHeadWifeDaughter
colorWWW
sexMFF
birth dateMar 1842Aug 1839May 1869
age48 [sic]6031
married?MMS
# years married3434 
mother of how many children? 1 
# of children living 1 
birthplaceNew YorkPennsylvaniaPennsylvania
father's birthplaceNew YorkIrelandNew York
mother's birthplaceNew YorkIrelandPennsylvania
immigration year   
# years in USA   
naturalized citizen?   
occupationEngineer (Marine)  
# months not employed0  
# months in school   
can readYesYesYes
can writeYesYesYes
speaks EnglishYesYesYes
owned/rentedR  
free or mortgaged   
farm/houseH  
# of farm schedule   

index to compiled service records

[index to compiled service records of volunteer Union soldiers who served in organizations from the state of Pennsylvania]
[transcribed 22 February 2015, from Fold3]


Prickett, Joseph H
Co. E, K, 91 Pennsylvania Inf.
Pvt | Pvt
REFERENCE CARD.
Original filed under
Prichet, Joseph H.

GENERAL INDEX CARD.


[card 2, transcribed 22 Feb 15]

Prichet Joseph H.
Co. E, K, 91 Pennsylvania Inf.
Pvt | Pvt.
See also [blank]

GENERAL INDEX CARD.


[card 3, transcribed 22 Feb 15]

Prickitt Joseph H
Co. E K, 91 Pennsylvania Inf.
Pvt | Pvt
REFERENCE CARD.
Original filed under
Prichett [sic] Joseph H.

GENERAL INDEX CARD.

widow's pension certificate file

[abstract of widow's pension certificate file, National Archives and Records Administration, record group 15, widow's certificate number WC 44,702, Catharine Prickett widow of Joseph H Prickett]
[abstracted from 3 pages on Fold3, 28 November 2012]
[11 Nov 1864]
Catharine Prickett, widow of Joseph H Prickett (E 91 PA) applied from Pennsylvania for a pension under the act of 14 July 1862 (p.2)
her application was approvated, retroactive to 21 June 1864; she received $8 per month (p.2)
certificate dated 4 April 1865, sent to W N Ashman Philadelphia (p.2)
15 Jan 1868
incorporated in pension application 151, 876, by Cath. Mead, guardian (Philadelphia) (p.3)

children's pension certificate file

[abstract of childrens' pension certificate file, National Archives and Records Administration, record group 15, certificate WC 125,266, Mary Prickett et al.]
[abstracted from 49 pages on Fold3, October 2013]
24 June 1850
Joseph H Prickett married Catharine Peden (born of Philadelphia), by Rev Joseph Mason (pp.10, 22, 46, 48)
recorded in the records of the St Pauls ME Church of Philadelphia (p.10)
children: Mary Emma (born 28 April 1851), George Washington (born 26 April 1853), David K (born 7 November 1857), Lewis C (born 30 September 1859) (pp.4, 17, 19, 22, 46, 48 [David L])
13 July 1856
Mary Emma and George Washington Prickett were baptized (p.19)
24 Dec 1863
Joseph H Prickett enrolled at Bealton VA for 3 years (p.8)
mustered in 26 Dec 1863 (p.8)
21 June 1864
Joseph H Prickett died of wounds received in action near Petersburg VA on 18 June 1864 (pp.4, 8, 22, 46 [20 June])
8 July 1864
Catherine Prickett applied for a pension under the act of 14 July 1862 (p.48)
po address 735 Bayard St Philadelphia (p.49)
attorney W N Ashman (p.48)
witnesses James Orr, Thomas Snyder (pp.48-49)
received 14 Nov 1864 (p.49)
17 July 1864
Matthew Hall Capt E certified that Joseph H Prickett was a private in E 91, and 'was wounded in action at Petersburg Va June 18th 1864 and died the same day' (p.30)
27 Mar 1865
application 71,879 (pp.8, 44)
Catharine Prickett, 29 years old, applied for a pension under the act of 14 July 1862 (p.46)
PO address 735 Bayard St Philadelphia PA (p.43)
attorney W N Ashman (p.46)
witnesses James Orr, Joseph N Patton (pp.46-47)
admitted 1 April 1865, $8 per month, retroactive to 21 June 1864 (p.43)
examining clerk Chas T Cotton (p.43)
18 Feb 1865
the Adjutant General's Office sent the Pension Bureau the above-summarized information (p.8; see p.44 for the request)
12 May 1865
Catharine Prickett (living in Philadelphia, born in Philadelphia, 29 years old) married Oliver H Mead (engineer, living in Philadelphia, born in Albany NY, 22 years old), by Rev Samuel W Thomas in a Methodist ceremony (pp.4, 16, 22)
20 March 1865
the Pension Bureau sent circular 10 (p.45)
22 Dec 1866
Catherine Mead appointed guardian of Mary E, George W, David K, and Lewis C Prickett (children of Joseph H Prickett), on providing $300 as security (p.14)
[undated]
Catharine Mead, guardian of the four children, took an oath of allegiance (p.21)
the body of the oath is: 'I, Catharine Mead Guardian of Mary E - George W - David K and Lewis C Prickett minor children of Joseph H Prickett deceased, late Private Co. "E" 91st Regt. Penna. Vols. do solemnly swear that I will support, protect and defend the Constitution and Government of the United States against all enemies, whether domestic or foreign, and that I will bear true faith, allegiance and loyalty to the same, any ordinance, resolution or law of any State Convention or Legislature to the contrary notwithstanding; and further, that I do this with a full determination, pledge and purpose, without any mental reservation or evasion whatsoever; and further, that I will well and faithfully perform all the duties which may be required of me by law. So help me God.' (p.21)
13 Mar 1867
Catharine Mead, 35, applied for an increase of pension under the act of 25 July 1866 (pp.22, 25)
post office address 735 Byard St Philadelphia (p.22)
attorney William N Ashman (p.22)
witnesses John A Murray and Mary Peden (residents of Philadelphia) (pp.22, 24)
23 May 1867
Mary Peden swore that she was present as a nurse and assisted at the births of David K (7 Nov 1857) and Lewis C (30 Sep 1859); no physician attended (p.17)
11 June 1867
Chas W Quick authenticated a copy of the baptismal record summarized above (p.19)
13 August 1867
Sarah E Perry and Ellen Barnholt (residents of Philadelphia) testified on behalf of Catharine Mead's application for pension, claiming that her family name was 'Mead' and not 'Meads' (which the certificate of appointment as guardian had in error) (p.13)
2 September 1867
Mary E, George W, David H, and Lewis C Prickett applied for a pension under the Acts of 14 July 1862 and 25 July 1866 (p.3)
Catharine Mead (guardian)'s residence Philadelphia, PO address 735 Bayard St Philadelphia (p.3)
widow's certificate 44,702 file incorporated (p.3)
the widow had been overpaid $29.60, which was repaid (p.3)
issued retroactive to 13 May 1865, passed 15 February 1869, certificate dated 26 Feb 1869, for $8 per month and $2 for each child under 16 retroactive to 25 July 1866 (pp.3, 29)
certificate sent to WN Ashman (p.29)
Chas T Cotton examiner (p.3)
15 Jan 1868
certificate 44,762 incorporated into this file (p.28)
the Pension Bureau sent circular 20 requesting a proper declaration (p.28)
19 September 1868
the Pension Bureau sent circulars 10 and 20 (p.28)
24 September 1868
Catharine Mead, resident of Philadelphia, 36 years old, applied for a pension under the act of 14 July 1862 (p.4)
she was the guardian of David K, Lewis C, Mary E, and Geo W Prickett, chidlren of Joseph H Prickett (p.4)
her residence: 735 Bayard St, Philadelphia (p.5)
dated 22 September 1868 (p.4)
A N Ashman attorney (p.5)
witnesses: Ellen Barnholt, John A Murray (pp.5, 6)
23 December 1868
the Pension Bureau sent a letter to [illegible] 'not recognized atty' (p.28)
30 Dec 1868
James A Morgan sent the Pension Bureau a power of attorney , with the consent of W N Ashman, requesting that he receive all future correspondence (pp.35, 37)
21 Jan 1869
the Pension Bureau sent a 'Letter to Ashman as per slip' (p.28)
17 September 1873
Catharine Mead applied for an increase (p.32)
the certificate was reissued--admitted 23 January 1874 (J B Ryan examiner), approved 5 February 1874 (p.32)
'Reissue to exclude plurality clause' (p.32)
1 Feb 1874
certificate issued for same payment as before (p.41)
23 Aug 1875
the third auditor [said or was told?] that 'Prickett is OK' (p.42)

death certificate for spouse

[death certificate, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 30 October 1901, Catherine Mead (FamilySearch)]
[transcribed 29 November 2012, from FamilySearch]

9737
RETURN OF A DEATH
IN THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA.
PHYSICIAN'S CERTIFICATE.
1. Name of Deceased, Catherine Mead
2. Color, White
3. Sex, Female
4. Age, 62 years
5. Married
6. Date of Death, October 30, 1901
7. Cause of Death, Gastric Carcinoma
G. H. Bickley M.D.
Residence, 1522 S. 10 St.
UNDERTAKER'S CERTIFICATE IN RELATION TO DECEASED.
8. Occupation, -
9. Place of Birth, Pa
10. When a Minor, [blank]
11. Ward, 36
12. Street and Number, 813 Tasker
13. Date of Burial, Nov. 4" 1901
14. Place of Burial, Fernwood Cemetary [sic]
Wm B Rulow Undertaker.
Residence, 1516 S" 8" street

death notice for spouse

[death notice, Philadelphia Inquirer, Sunday 3 November 1901, section 3 page 11 (Catherine Mead)]
[transcribed 28 November 2012, from GenealogyBank]

MEAD.--On October 30, 1901, Catherine, wife of Oliver H. Mead. The relatives and friends of the family, also Harmony Chamber, No. 1, Companions of Friendship, and Purity Council, No. [illegible], D. of L., are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, on Monday afternoon at 1 o'clock, from her late residence, 813 Tasker street. Interment at Fernwood Cemetery.

National Cemetery, interment control card

[US National Cemetery, interment control cards, 1928-1962, J H Prickett]
[transcribed 29 November 2012, from Ancestry]

Interment in the City Point,Va. National Cemetery
NAME Prickett,J.H.
RANK Pvt
COMPANY E
REGIMENT 91 Pa Inf
DATE OF DEATH 1864
DATE OF INTERMENT [blank]
GRAVE MARK Grave No. 2350
REMARKS Originally buried-City Point,Va.

Marriage record

['Record of marriages', St Paul's Episcopal Church records, in Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Historic Pennsylvania church and town records, reel 373]
[transcribed 29 November 2012, from Ancestry, Pennsylvania, church and town records, 1708-1985, image 15 of 617]

1850
" [sc. June] 24
Joseph H. Prickett, to Catherine Peden, both of Philadelphia
Minister " [sc. JH Mason [?]]

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