91st PA: Daniel Webster Ickes

Daniel Webster Ickes

Before the war

He was born on 17 September 1840, in Bedford County, Pennsylvania, to Conrad Ickes and Elizabeth Lingenfelter. [sources: date: 5, 7; 3 (24 in 1864), 4 (10 in 1850), 7 (28 years 29 days at death in 1868), 11 (19 in 1860). place: 3, 4, 10 in 1850), 11. parents: 5]

In 1850, he was living in St Clair Township, Bedford County, Pennsylvania. He was living with Conrad and Elisabeth Ickes (presumably his parents), and with William, Adam, and Mandella Ickes (presumably his siblings). [source: 4]

He married Elizabeth Allison. She was born on 1 April 1839, to Andrew Allison and Elizabeth Mock. They had four children: [sources: 5, 8, 10, 13 (5 children, 1 living, including Chauncey Imler, from her 2nd marriage, in 1900), 14 (4, 1 living, in 1910)]

In 1860, he was living in St Clair Township, Bedford County, Pennsylvania. He was living with his wife Elizabeth, and their child George Henry. He was a farm laborer, and owned $40 in personal property. [source: 11]

Description

When he enlisted, he was 5 feet 7-1/2 inches tall, and had a fair complexion, blue eyes, and light hair. [source: 3]

During the war

He was drafted. His service was credited to the sixteenth congressional district. He was mustered into service on 23 September 1864. He was enlisted for one year, at Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. He was a private in company I. [sources: 1, 3, 15]

He was discharged by general order on 30 or 31 May 1865. He was a private, in company I. [source: 1, 2 (31 May), 3 (31 May), 15]

After the war

Three of their children died in 1868. On 4 October 1868, his son, George Henry Ickes, died, in Fremont, Sandusky County, Ohio, aged 8 years, born in Pennsylvania. His daughter, Elmira Ickes, died on 5 October 1868, aged 7 years old, born in Pennsylvania. And their daughter Elizabeth died on 30 December 1868, aged 1 year 11 months and 10 days. They were all buried in the Whittlesey (Lower Sandusky) Cemetery, Fremont, Sandusky County, Ohio. [sources: 6, 7]

He died on 16 October 1868, in Helena, Sandusky County, Ohio. He was buried in the Whittlesey (Lower Sandusky) Cemetery, Whittlesey Street, Fremont, Sandusky County, Ohio. [sources: 5, 7]

On 26 February 1871, Elizabeth Ickes, his widow, married Adam Imler, in Sandusky, Ohio. They had at least one child: [sources: 8, 9, 10, 14 (her 2nd marriage)]

Elizabeth Imler died on 13 February 1918, in Helena, Sandusky County, Ohio. She was buried in Metzgar Cemetery, Scott Township, Sandusky County, Ohio (near Helena). [source: 10]

Elizabeth's second husband, Adam H Imler, died on 2 November 1920, and was buried in the Metzgar Cemetery, Scott Township, Sandusky County, Ohio. [source: 10]

In 1880, Adam and Elisabeth Imler were living in Helena, Sandusky County, Ohio. They were living with their son Chancy, and nephew Samuel Smith. [source: 12]

In 1900, Adam and Elizabeth Imler were living in Jackson Township, Sandusky County, Ohio. They were living with their nephew Charles Allison. [source: 13]

In 1910, Adam and Elizabeth Imler were living in Helena, Jackson Township, Sandusky County, Ohio. [source: 14]

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) (Daniel Ickes)

2 company I, register of men discharged (Daniel Ickes)

3 company I, descriptive roll, #18 (Daniel Ickes)

4 1850 US census, Pennsylvania, Bedford County, St Clair Township, microfilm series M432, film 751, page 164 = 327 handwritten (Daniel Ickes)

5 'Auxter, Baker, Bordner, Bowe, Buchtel, Daub, Garn, Ickes, Klotz, Mowery, Overmyer, Pachasa, Waggoner, and Wegstein', a gedcom, available on RootsWeb WorldConnect (contact Rebecca, updated 8 May 2011, accessed 11 May 2011) [note that many other gedcomes on WorldConnect mentioned Daniel Ickes] (Daniel Webster Ickes)

6 abstract, from Ohio deaths and burials, 1865-1997, accessed on FamilySearch 11 May 2011 [identification is probable, given the parents' names in 7 below]

7 'The Lower Sandusky Cemetery 1907 Whittlesey Cemetery', extract from Fremont Daily News, 20 August 1907 (accessed 11 May 2011) [identification is probable, given the parents' and children's names; these clearly are the people in the gedcom listed in 5 above]

8 Lloyd Adolphus & Annie(Carrel) Allison family file, contact Debbie (Allison) Zambrano, last updated 27 February 2002, accessed 11 May 2011 [identification is likely, given the gedcome listed in 5 above and the marriage records in 9 below] (Daniel Webster Ickes)

9 Ohio marriages 1800-1958, abstract on FamilySearch, accessed 11 May 2011 (Elisabeth Ickes)

10 'Auxter, Baker, Bordner, Bowe, Buchtel, Daub, Garn, Ickes, Klotz, Mowery, Overmyer, Pachasa, Waggoner, and Wegstein', a gedcom, available on RootsWeb WorldConnect, contact Rebecca, updated 8 May 2011 [identification is likely, given 8 and 9 above, but note that this does not mention a prior marriage to Daniel Ickes] (Elizabeth M Allison)

11 1860 US census, Pennsylvania, Bedford County, St Clair Township, microfilm series M653, film 1072, page 468 = 14 handwritten (Daniel Ickes)

12 1880 US census, Ohio, Sandusky County, Hellena [sic], supervisor's district 1, enumeration district 75, microfilm series T9, film 1063, page 104 = 32 B handwritten (Elisabeth Imler)

13 1900 US census, Ohio, Sandusky County, Jackson Township, supervisor's district 12, enumeration district 81, microfilm series T623, film 1318, page 167 = 15 B handwritten (Elizabeth M Imler)

14 1910 US census, Ohio, Sandusky County, Jackson Township, Helena Village, supervisor's district 12, enumeration district 120, microfilm series T624, film 1227, page 82 = 14 A handwritten (Elizabeth Imler)

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

Sources checked unsuccessfully

pension index by name
Ancestry index (accessed March 2007)
Find a Grave
accessed 11 May 2011
Ohio deaths and burials, 1854-1997 (on FamilySearch)
did not find Mary Ickes (b. 1868) or Elizabeth Ickes (b.1844)
1870 US census
FamilySearch, HeritageQuest indices (accessed 11 May 11)
1890 US census, veterans' schedules
Ancestry index (accessed 20 Oct 11)
1920 US census
HeritageQuest, FamilySearch indices (accessed 11 May 11)
she was not living with her widowed second husband, Adam H Imler, in the Ohio Soldiers and Sailors Home, Perkins, Erie County, Ohio--see 1920 US census, microfilm series T625, film 1377, supervisor'sdistrict 6, enumeration district 15, page 35 = 5 B handwritten
1930 US census
Footnote index (accessed 11 May 11)

1850 census

[1850 US census, Pennsylvania, Bedford County, St Clair Township, microfilm series M432, film 751, page 164 = 327 handwritten]
line131415161718
Dwellings visited63     
Families visited64     
NameConrad IckesElisabeth IckesDaniel W IckesWilliam IckesAdam IckesMandella Ickes
Age483310764
Sexmfmmmf
Color      
Occupation of males over 15 yearsFarmer     
Real estate owned1500     
Birthplace" [sc. Pa]"""""
Married within year      
Attended school within year      
Over 20 & can't read/write      
Deaf, dumb, blind, etc.      

1860 census

[1860 US census, Pennsylvania, Bedford County, St Clair Township, microfilm series M653, film 1072, page 468 = 14 handwritten]
[note that the next household is headed by Conrad and Elizabeth Ickes]
line212223
Dwelling number91  
Family number81  
NameDaniel IckesElizabeth "Geo Henry "
Age19202 [?]/12
Sexmfm
Color   
OccupationFarm Laborer  
Value of real estate owned   
Value of personal estate40  
Place of birth" [sc. Penna]""
Married within year   
Attended school within year   
Cannot read & write   
Deaf, dumb, blind, etc.   

1880 census

[1880 US census, Ohio, Sandusky County, Hellena [sic], supervisor's district 1, enumeration district 75, microfilm series T9, film 1063, page 104 = 32 B handwritten]
line27282930
street nameGreely Street
house number    
dwelling visit #15   
family visit #15   
nameImler Adam H- Elisabeth- Chancy J- Samuel Smith
colorwwww
sexmfmm
age3740724
month born if born in year    
relationship WifeSonNephew
single  11
married11  
widowed/divorced    
married during year    
occupationLaborerKeeping house Wagon Maker
months unemployed    
currently ill?    
blind    
deaf/dumb    
idiotic    
insane    
disabled    
school this year  1 
can't read    
can't write    
birthplacePaPaOhioPa
father's birthplacePaPaPaPa
mother's birthplacePaPaPaPa

1900 census

[1900 US census, Ohio, Sandusky County, Jackson Township, supervisor's district 12, enumeration district 81, microfilm series T623, film 1318, page 167 = 15 B handwritten]
line646566
street   
house number   
dwelling number337  
family number350  
nameImler Adam H- Elizabeth MAllison Charles
relationshipHeadWifeNephew
colorWWW
sexMFM
birth dateAug 1844Apr 1839Mar 1878
age556122
married?MMS
# years married2929 
mother of how many children? 5 
# of children living 1 
birthplacePennsylvaniaPennsylvaniaPennsylvania
father's birthplacePennsylvaniaPennsylvaniaPennsylvania
mother's birthplacePennsylvaniaPennsylvaniaPennsylvania
immigration year   
# years in USA   
naturalized citizen?   
occupationFarmer day labor
# months not employed0 0
# months in school   
can readyesyesyes
can writeyesyesyes
speaks Englishyesyesyes
owned/rentedO  
free or mortgagedF  
farm/houseF  
# of farm schedule209  

1910 census

[1910 US census, Ohio, Sandusky County, Jackson Township, Helena Village, supervisor's district 12, enumeration district 120, microfilm series T624, film 1227, page 82 = 14 A handwritten]
[note that the next household, on page 82 = 14 B, is headed by Chancey Imler, their son]
line4950
street  
house nr  
dwelling nr336 
family nr339 
nameImler Adam H- Elizabeth
relationshipHeadWife
sexMF
colorWW
age6771
marital statusM1M2
#years present marriage3939
mother of # children 4
mother of # living children 1
birthplacePennsylvaniaPennsylvania
father's birthplacePennsylvaniaPennsylvania
mother's birthplacePennsylvaniaPennsylvania
immigrated  
naturalized/alien  
speaks EnglishEnglishEnglish
occupationNoneNone
nature of industry etc.  
employer etc.  
out of work 15 Apr 1910?  
# weeks out of work 1909  
can readyesyes
can writeyesyes
school since 1 Sep 09  
owned/rentedO 
owned free or mortagagedF 
farm/houseH 
nr on farm schedule  
civil war vetUA 
blind  
deaf & dumb  

index to compiled service records

[index to compiled service records of volunteer Union soldiers who served in organizations from the state of Pennsylvania]
[transcribed 16 June 2014, from Fold3]


Ickes, Daniel
Co. I, 91 Pennsylvania Inf.
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