Robert B McIntire

Robert B McIntire

Civil War (Union)

Soldier in Co G, 129th IL INF and in the navy

Civil War (Union) (1861 - 1865)
Served For

United States of America

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Conflict Period

Civil War (Union)

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Stories about Robert B McIntire

    Robert was born 1 Jan 1838, the son of John and Betsy McIntire or McIntyre. Robert first married someone named Mary about 1859. They are in the 1860 census in Pontiac, IL. Mary may have died, for on 22 July 1867 Robert married Florella Cameron in Douglas County, Nebraska. Robert and Florella are in the 1870 census in Omaha, Douglas County, NE. Then again in the 1880 census for Columbus, Platte County, Nebraska with children Nellie, Robert, Clara, Charles and Minnie. Robert is listed as a Tinsmith by trade. Robert died 18 May 1881 and is buried in Columbus Cemetery, Platte County, Nebraska. Florella is in the 1885 state census of Nebraska in Platte County in the Charles & Nellie Bales household and listed as mother-in-law. Her children Robert, Clara and Charles are also there. Florella died 5 Jan 1895 in Platte County, Nebraska.

    Record Source: Illinois Civil War Muster and Descriptive Rolls

    Name: Robert McIntire Rank: Private Company G 129th Illinois Infantry

    Height: 5' 10 ½ Hair: BROWN Eyes: BLUE Complexion: DARK

    Marital status: Married Occupation: Tin Smith

    Birth Date: Abt 1838 Birth Place: Knoxville, Knox CO, IL

    Service Entry Age: 24 Date: 5 Aug 1862 Place: Pontiac, IL

    Joined By Whom: A J CROPSY Period: 3 YRS

    Muster In Date: 8 Sep 1862 Muster In Place: Pontiac, IL

    ORDERED TO REPORT TO GEN STEADMAN AT CHATTANOOGA TENN APR 28, 1864

    Residence Place: Pontiac, Livingston CO, IL

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