David Hubb LONG born 03 October 1842, Henderson Co., Illinois. died 24 May 1908, Carbondale, Osage Co., Kansas. Buried Carbondale Cemetery, Lot 403. Mustered in 30 November 1861. Pvt. Co. D, 2nd Regt. Kansas Volunteers, Cavalry. Discharged 14 January1865, Fort Leavenworth. Married 11 October 1866 at Richland, Shawnee Co. Kansas to Mary E Stovall. They are parents of 10 children. Nancy John
Osborne County Veteran:
ADAMS, James circa 1840 unknown Sumner
Military record: Company D, 68th Illinois Infantry, Union Army, Civil
ADDISON, Jonathan W. July 30, 1837 May 4, 1915 Osborne, A-80
Military stone: Company I, 15th New Hampshire Infantry; also
Company E, 1st New Hampshire Heavy Artillery, Union Army, Civil
War. Jonathan was a native of Canada.
AILLS, Jacob W. unknown unknown Delhi
Military stone: Company E, 139th Indiana Infantry, Union Army, Civil
AILLS, John R. unknown unknown Delhi
Military record: Private, Company A, 139th Infantry, 35th Division,
World War I.
ALVEY, Benedick Joseph December 15, 1817 March 3, 1863 Osborne, B-35
Military stone: Company C, 93rd Indiana Volunteer Infantry, U.S.
Army, Civil War. Benedick was born in Washington County, Kentucky,
and died at Buntyn Station, Tennessee. He was the son of Henry and
Mary Alvey. Benedick’s place of burial is unknown but a stone to his
memory was placed in the Osborne Cemetery by his descendants.
ALVEY, Henry James December 19, 1841 August 30, 1885 Osborne, B-35
Military stone: Sergeant, Company D, 135th Indiana Infantry, Union
Army, Civil War. Henry was born in Perry County, Indiana, and was
the son of Benedick and Melvina Alvey.
AMMONS, John Peak 1834 1894 Cheyenne
Military stone: Private, Company H, Thomas Legion, North Carolina
Infantry Regiment, Confederate States of America, Civil War. John
was born in Cherokee County, North Carolina and was the son of
ARCHER, William McPherson May 4, 1841 October 22, 1920 Mount Herman
Military record: Civil War veteran. William was born in Point Pleasant,
Ohio, and died at Waldo, Russell County, Kansas.
BACON, William S. February 5, 1827 unknown Delhi
Military stone: Private, Company K, 22nd Michigan Infantry, U.S.
Army, Civil War. William was born in Canandague, New York. There
is no deathdate engraved on his tombstone.
BAKER, George K. October 21, 1841 January 30, 1918 Rose Valley
Military Record: Private, Company G, 148th Pennsylvania Infantry,
Union Army, Civil War.
BALDWIN, Edward S. March 20, 1838 October 29, 1890 Osborne, A-56
Military record: Captain of Company __ , 4th Michigan Cavalry, Union
Army, Civil War. Edward was born in Riga, New York, and died in
Marceline, Missouri. He was the brother of Chan W. Baldwin and lies in
an unmarked grave.
BARNETT, Robert unknown unknown Pioneer
Military Stone: Private, Company A, 2nd Tennessee Cavalry, Adventist
Confederate States of America, Civil War.
BARR, John Thomas January 26, 1846 January 30, 1943 Downs, 0-4
Military record: Union Army, Civil War. John was born in
Monongalia County, Virginia (now West Virginia).
BARRETT, James 1828 1894 Bethany Center
Military stone: Sergeant, Company G, 35th Indiana Infantry, Union
Army, Civil War.
BARRY, Robert Unknown December 25, 1891 Downs, 0-45
Military stone: Company F, 65th Ohio Infantry, Union Army, Civil
BATES, Davis April 15, 1815 August 8, 1899 Downs, 0-23
Military record: 49th Independent; served as a recruiter for the Union
Army; Civil War. Davis was born in Milroy, Mifflin County,
Pennsylvania, and was the son of John and Ruth Bates. He was a close
friend of Abraham Lincoln.
BATES, Seth Platt 1833 April 5, 1922 Downs, 0-25
Military stone: 1st Lieutenant, Company E, 23rd Connecticut Volunteer
Infantry, Union Army, Civil War.
BEACH, Chauncey July 11, 1818 December 28, 1901 Vincent
Military record: Civil War veteran.
BEAR, William Lamkey April 16, 1828 November 26, 1880 Osborne, A-79
Military record: Captain, Company B, 1st Regiment, Pennsylvania
Reserve Volunteer Cavalry; and Lieutenant Colonel, 195th Pennsylvania
Volunteers, Union Army, Civil War. William was the son of Andrew and
Elizabeth Bear and was born in Petersburg, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.
On July 1, 1851, he married Mary C. Young and together they had four
children, Oscar, Samuel, Clarence, and Clara. He was the co-leader of
the Pennsylvania Colony which founded Osborne, Kansas, in May 1871.
In public office William served as Prothonotary of Lancaster County,
Pennsylvania, and later was Osborne County’s first county representative
to the Kansas Legislature. He was also elected as Osborne County
Superintendent of Public Instruction for a term. In 1996 William was
named to the Osborne County Hall of Fame as one of the county’s
outstanding citizens during its’ first 125 years.
BELL, James C. Scott February 2, 1849 September 23, 1911 Bristow
Military stone: MUSJS, Company F, 138th Illinois Infantry, Civil War;
also Sergeant, Company A, 7th U.S. Infantry, 1869-71. James was born
in Morgan County, Ohio, and was the brother of Robert H. Bell.
BELL, Robert H. April 28, 1847 July 28, 1926 Bristow
Military record: Sergeant, Company G, 15th New York Infantry, U.S.
Army, Civil War. Robert was born in Morgan County, Ohio.
BENSON, General Martin Luther
February 2, 1812 June 28, 1885 Downs, 0-3
Military record: Sergeant, Company K, 130th Illinois Infantry, U.S.
Army, Civil War. Martin was born in Providence, Rhode Island, and
died in Jewell County, Kansas. He was the son of Martin and Amey
Benson. Martin was a member of the 1847 John C. Fremont expedition
and was a surveyor for the Union Pacific Railroad prior to the Civil
War. During the war he became Paymaster General for the Union
Army and afterwards was appointed Chief U.S. Government Surveyor.
He was named to the Osborne County Hall of Fame in 2001.
BIGGS, Robert R. February 16, 1824 June 28, 1904 Zimmerman
Military record: Captain, Company A, 19th Ohio Infantry, Union Army,
Civil War. Robert was born near Zanesville, Ohio.
BLISS, Cornelius Freeman December 10, 1828 Mary 11, 1886 Bristow
Military record: Civil War veteran. Cornelius was born in Essex,
Chittenden County, Vermont, and was the son of Ambrose and Esther
BOEDECKER, August August 22, 1840 July 8, 1914 Round Mound
Military stone: Private, Company B, 14th Iowa Infantry, August 15, Immanuel
1862—November 18, 1864, Union Army, Civil War. August was born Lutheran
in Hessen, Hanover Province, Germany.
Bottorff, Samuel February 16, 1830 January 16, 1903 Downs, 0-14
Military record: Corporal, 108th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry,
Union Army, Civil War. Samuel was born in Pennsylvania.
BOULTINGHOUSE, Amos Howell
February 20, 1818 November 18, 1893 Bloomington
Military stone: Private, Company E, 55th Illinois Infantry, Union Army,
Civil War. Amos was born in Illinois.
BOWEN, William Henry April 18, 1826 October 26, 1903 Kill Creek
Military stone: Private, Company C, 32nd Iowa Infantry, Union Presbyterian
Army, Civil War. William was born in Jefferson County, New York.
Bowman, Reverend Martin 1826 July 22, 1900 Natoma
Military record: Chaplain, Company H, 22nd Iowa Infantry, Union
Army, Civil War.
Boyce, Robert Alec August 29, 1839 January 29, 1929 Osborne, F-56
Military record: Private, Company C, 118th Illinois Infantry, Union
Army, Civil War. Robert was born in Preble, Ohio.
Boyd, Martin Van Buren November 18, 1840 December 30, 1917 Osborne, F-71
Military stone: Sergeant, Company C, 151st Illinois Infantry, Union
Army, Civil War. Martin was born in Lima County, Ohio.
Brickell, Thomas O. July 3, 1830 November 12, 1907 Sumner
Military stone: Private, Company F, 105th Pennsylvania Infantry, U.S.
Army, Civil War. Thomas was born in New York and died at Fairbury,
Jefferson County, Nebraska.
Respectfully Submitted, Von Rothenberger Osborne Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director
WILLIAM LARZALERE Highland Cemetery, Minneapolis, Kansas Company D & F 69th Ohio Volunteer Infantry b: October 20, 1831; d: February 20, 1905
WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON LASH, SR. Bennington Cemetery, Bennington, Kansas Company G, 170 Ohio Infantry, (National Guard) b: January 09, 1844; d: February 17, 1907
Henry Gilbert Baldwin Buried: Baldwin Cemetery, Ada, Ottawa Co, KS, USA. Enrolled: Private, Company I, 8th Regiment, Vermont Volunteers on December 17, 1861, at Marlboro, Vermont. Mustered in Feb 18, 1862 at Brattleboro, Vt for three years from June 4, 1861. Appears on a muster out roll, dated June 22, 1864, due soldier $3.84, bounty $100: Remarks: Wounded at Port Hudson, LA, May 27, 1863, in body. Appears on a muster roll in a Brigade Hospital near Port Hudson, Louisian, May and June, 1863. Discharged June 22, 1864. Applied for invalid pension jan 9, 1880, age 43 years. (Strangely, he applied for his pension well after he had moved to Kansas, but had an Arkansas lawyer apply for him. Not sure what that was all about.) Widow Ellen S. Baldwin awarded monthly pension of $12 per month, effective April 8, 1894. From: Norris Taylor, Jr.
SMITH, Presley T. b. 20 June 1844 at St. Francois co., MO (son of Presley T. and Margaret Jane (TRAPLEY) Smith). He married 7 June 1865 Amanda NICHOLAS (daughter of Thomas Travis & Zilla (Moore) Nicholas). He enlisted 8 Dec 1861 at Rolla, MO as a private in Co. B, 6th Regiment of Missouri Cavalry Volunteers. Discharged 3 Jan 1865 at New Orleans, LA. He died 26 July 1921 at Minneapolis, KS and is buried in the Minneapolis Cemetery in the veterns
section. Lisa Smalley
NICHOLAS, Thomas Travis b. Nov 1815 Nashville, TN married (1) Glaphrey BUCK (2) 8 Oct 1845 Zilla MOORE. He enlisted 17 Oct 1861 in Co K, 10th Missouri Regiment Infantry as a private. Discharged 28 May 1862 at St. Charles, MO by reason of "Surgeons certificate of Disability". He died 28 sept 1904, Minneapolis, KS and is buried in the Minneapolis Cemetery. Lisa Smalley
George Washington Boyer, Jr. was born on Feb. 22, 1834 in Pennsylvania (probably Dover, York Co.), the second son born to George Washington and Elizabeth Lark Boyer. The family moved to Pittsburgh ,then Eaton, Ohio (George, Sr. was in the hotel business in both locations), and later homesteaded in Pocahontas, Illinois. George Washington, Jr. and his six brothers all served in the Civil War in Company E. of the Third Illinois Cavalry. All seven brothers survived the war. George, Jr. moved with his wife Lydia and children from Clinton, Missouri to Delphos, Kansas in approximately 1874. He was a farmer. He died in Delphos, Kansas in 1921 and is buried in a family plot in the Delphos cemetery, Ottawa Co, Kansas. Pat Stempski--George Jr. was the brother of my great-great grandmother, Rosanna Boyer Miller.
Kathy Welch Heidel
July ~ 1998