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Birth:
1827 1
Ohio 1
Death:
05 Aug 1886 1
Three Rivers, Saint Joseph, Michigan 1
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Ingraham, Lysander
Ingraham, Lysander
This is the 1860 Federal Census for Flowerfield Township, Saint Joseph County, Michigan. It shows Lysander as living with his brother Milo and his family; also on this census page is Betsy (Day) Ingraham, Lysander and Milo's mother. Lysander was the youngest of her children.
Ingraham, Lysander S.
Ingraham, Lysander S.
War Pension card, showing two applications against Lysander's Civil War service pension. First: 'invalid', presumeably due to 'disease contracted while in the Army', which would cause his death; Second: by his widow upon that death on 05 Aug 1886.
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Birth:
1827 1
Ohio 1
Male 1
Death:
05 Aug 1886 1
Three Rivers, Saint Joseph, Michigan 1
Cause: Disease 'contracted during the War' 1
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Birth:
Mother: Elizabeth Day 1
Father: Daniel Ingraham 1
Marriage:
Susan Vandermark 1
09 Jun 1867 1
Kosciusko County, Indiana, USA 1
Marriage:
Julia P Beebe 1
abt 1846 1
Spouse Death Date: 27 Jun 1866 1
Marriage:
Maria L. Osborn 2
22 Feb 1881 2
Hamilton, VanBuren County, Michigan 3
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Emigration:
Arrival in Michigan: Spring, 1833 1

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  2. Contributed by camarolvr99128
  3. Claim for pension filed by Maria Osborn, obtained from National Archives. Listed in special schedule to the censusin Batavia Township, Michigan. — Contributed by camarolvr99128
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Civil War Record

Lysander Ingraham (Ingram) joined Company L of the 7th Indiana Cavalry Regiment on 14 Sep 1863 as a private. While in service, he became a veterinary surgeon for that company, and continued in that capacity, moving to Company B, when the regiment was reorganized down to six companies in August, 1865. The last of the Indiana cavalry regiments to see service in the war, the 7th Cavalry was sent to Texas with George Armstrong Custer during the fall of 1865, and was mustered out in Austin, Texas, on 18 Feb 1866.

Maria L. Osborn was the widow of Stephen Osborn; her maiden name was probably Tryon. Still tracking down data on her. Maria and Stephen had at least three children, named Clarence (b.1867), Cora (b. 1872) and Pearl (b. 1880.)

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