Pvt. Frederick Larue Castner

      CASTNER, Frederick Larue, Pvt.

      Military Records: Casner
      b. March 13,1845, New York City
      d. September 6, 1927, 82 y. 4 m. 10 d.,
      leaving his widow Clara E. Castner as beneficiary of his pension.
      c/d Arterio Sclerosis Nephritis
      Father, Manuel Castner
      Wife, Clara Elizabeth (Ritcheye)Castner

      CO. G. 57th. IL. INF.
      Enlisted, March 13, 1862, Age 16, Single, Carpenter
      3 Yrs.
      Reenlisted, March 14, 1864, Age 18,
      Mustered In, April 23, 1864, 3 Yrs.
      Mustered Out, July 7, 1865, Louisville, KY.

      Served under Grant and later under Sherman. He participated in the battles of Corinth and the march to the sea, besides many skirmishes and other battles. His regiment was detained by a railroad wreck so was unable to participate in the Battle of Latoona Pass, however, they buried the dead. When the war was over he partisipated in the Grand Review in Washington.

      1900 census, District 79, Spring Valley, Stevens Co, WA
      Fred Castner, born March 1848, 52, born in New Jersey, to parents born in NJ. occupation: Teaming
      Clara, May 1960, 40 years old, married 22 years, born in Iowa, to father born in Germany, mother in Indiana. She had 7 children, 7 were living, including:

      1910, Spring Valley, Stevens County, WA
      Fredrik L. age 62, married 32 years, owns farm
      Clara 50, 7 children still alive
      Girtrude 16, Elma 13

      Pvt John B. Lacey

        John B. Lacey
        b. May 1, 1833, Stark Co. Ohio
        d. 1918
        Residence Pleasant Lake IN;
        Enlisted on 10/29/1862 as a Private.
        On 10/29/1862 he mustered into "A" Co. IN 29th Infantry
        He was Mustered Out on 7/20/1865.

        John B. Lacey was born in Stark county, Ohio, May 1, 1833, the son of Thomas and Nancy (McGaughy) Lacey. Following the attainment of his majority he worked on a farm until 1862,when he enlisted in Company A, Twenty-ninth
        Indiana Infantry, and served until July 2, 1865, in the Army of the Cumberland. Following the close of the Civil War he continued on the forty acre farm in Steuben county, removing, in 1872 to Warren county, Indiana. n 1888, having disposed of his Indiana property, he came to Washington, and located, first in Lincoln County, and in 1899 in Stevens county, where he purchased one hundred and
        sixty acres on Hunter creek.
        On March 16, 1856, J.B. Lacey was married to Martha J. Nixon, daughter of William W. and Mary (Carlton) Nixon.

        Ebenezer C. Thomas

          Thomas, Ebenezer C.
          Co. F. & S. 6th. Virginia Cavalry
          Enlisted as Surgeon,
          Field & Staff, WV. 6th. Cavalry
          Wife, Maria, b. 1847, d. 1933

          Pvt Albert L. Washburn

            Washburn, Albert L.
            Co. G. 2nd. CA. Cavalry

            b. 22 FEB 1843, Michigan
            d. 28 DEC 1927 Fruitland, Stevens, Washington

            Enlisted, September 19, 1864, Pvt.
            Mustered In, September 19, 1864
            Mustered Out, February 1, 1866, Camp Union, CA.

            Father: Liba Washburn
            Mother: Sarah Bradish