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Served in the UNION ARMY during the CIVIL WAR for the State of Ohio.

Conflict Period:
Civil War (Union) 1
Branch:
Army 1
Rank:
Sergeant 1
Birth:
07 Dec 1837 1
Lancaster, PA 1
Death:
01 Jan 1863 1
Stones River, TN 1
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Birth:
07 Dec 1837 1
Lancaster, PA 1
Male 1
Death:
01 Jan 1863 1
Stones River, TN 1
Cause: Mortally wounded in the Battle at Murfreeboro / Stones River 1
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Birth:
Mother: Ann Elizabeth Filson 1
Father: William Weiler 1
Marriage:
Susan Elizabeth Levers 1
13 Jun 1858 1
Lawrence, Stark, OH 1
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Civil War (Union) 1

Branch:
Army 1
Rank:
Sergeant 1
Service Start Date:
28 Sep 1861 1
Service End Date:
01 Jan 1863 1
Enlistment Location:
Stark Co., Ohio 1

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Joseph was born in Lancaster, Pennsylvania November 6, 1846 to William Weiler and Anna Elizabeth Filson. He was raised in Stark County, Ohio. As of June 5, 1860 he is living with his wife and daughter in Lawrence Township, Stark Co., Ohio.

Two of his brothers served the Union Army; Luther Hamilton Weiler was 20 when he died at the battle of Athens, AL on September 4, 1864 serving the state of Ohio and John J Weiler was in the service for 4 years and climbed the ranks from Sergeant to Full Major for the state of Indiana.

Joseph married Susan Elizabeth Levers on January 11, 1858 in Lawrence, Stark Co., Ohio. They had one daughter, Ida, who was a deaf mute and his wie Susan was pregnant with their second when he enlisted. His daughter Alice May was born September 29, 1861

At the age of 24 Joseph enlisted 28 Sep 1861 (1 day before his daughter was born) in the Army. He was a Sergeant and served in Company G of the 18th U.S. Army Infantry. He was killed in the battle at Murfreesboro, TN 1 Jan 1863 from wounds received on the battlefield on 30 Dec 1862

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