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  • Story added to Fredric R Barnard Memorial Page

    Story: Military Career

    08 Feb 2012

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  • Image added to Fredric R Barnard Memorial Page

    Image: T-5 Fredric Ross Barnard, 353rd Harbor Craft Company

    08 Feb 2012

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  • Spotlight added: Civil War Pensions Index-John Elvis Barnard

    Found in: Civil War and Later Veterans Pension Index » Barnard, John E.

    Added: 01 Sep 2007

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  • John Romine was born in 1837 in Overton Co., Tennessee, and died 19 February 1877 in Northwest Precinct, Greene Co., Illinois. He married Hannah Kimmitt 22 September 1864 in Greene Co., Illinois, daughter of Orris Kimmitt(McKimmitt) and Susanah Pryor. Hannah was born Abt. 1845 in Scott Co., Illinois, and died 19 August 1886 in Alsey, Scott Co., Illinois. More About John Romine: Buried in ...more

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  • John Romine joined the Union Army for 3 years on 25 October 1861 in Carrollton, Illinois. He was single, 5' 8 1/2" tall, had black hair, blue eyes and a "ruddy" complexion. His residence was listed as Wilmington, Illinois (Wilmington was later renamed Patterson) and he was a farmer. John's birthplace (nativity) was shown in his Civil War record as Overton Co., Tennessee. John mustered in on 5 ...more

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  • John F. Smith enlisted as a Private in Captain George W. Fanning's Company F, 101st Regiment of Illinois Volunteers on 7 August 1862 at Murrayville, Scott County, Illinois. He was 19 years old at the time and was mustered into active service on 2 September 1862 at Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois. John was mustered out of service at Quincy, Illinois on 22 June 1865 by order of the War ...more

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  • John Elvis Barnard was born 7 June 1841, in Athensville, Greene County, Illinois. He was the son of William Henry and Martha Ruyle Barnard. John was a farmer by profession and spent his entire life in Greene County except for his military service during the Civil War. John enlisted in the Union Army at age 21, as a Corporal, on 29 August 1861 in Company D, 32nd Regiment Illinois Volunteers at ...more

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  • John Elvis Barnard born 07 June 1841 in Greene Co., Illinois. He was the son of William Henry and Martha Ruyle Barnard. John was a farmer by profession and spent his entire life in Greene County except for his military service during the Civil War. He was granted a furlough from 3 April 1865 to 5 May 1865, during which time he married Milly Jane Hopper in Athensville, Illinois on 14 April 1865. ...more

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