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Hartman - PA & Civil War

Hartman - PA & Civil War

Posted: 10 Aug 2001 10:49PM GMT
Surnames: Hartman, Innerst, Koontz, Foos
Looking for info on Civil War veterans named Hartman who served with the 87th Pennsylvania Infantry.

1) Hartman, Albert D., Pvt Co D; mustered Sep 19, 1861; discharged Oct 13, 1864; born Aug 30, 1845; died Feb 1, 1869; from York County; buried in Salem Lutheran Cemetery, Jacobus, York County, Pennsylvania

2) Hartman, Clayton, Cpl Co G; mustered Sep 25, 1861; discharged Jun 29, 1865; born May 6, 1843; died Jul 12, 1925; a shoemaker from Marietta, Lancaster County; 5' 6", light hair, gray eyes; married Amanda E ?; buried in Mt. Bethel Cemetery, Columbia, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania

3) Hartman, Enoch Christian, Pvt Co C; mustered Sep 24, 1862; discharged Jun 20, 1865; born Feb 20, 1838, the 8th of 17 children of Jonathan and Cassandra Ann Innerst Hartman; died Jan 4, 1915; also served with the 4th U.S. Cav; a plasterer from Dallastown, York County; 5' 9", dark hair, black eyes; captured at the battle of Carter's Woods; buried in Home Cemetery, Dallastown, York County, Pennsylvania

4) Hartman, Henry S., Pvt Co G; drafted Jun 3, 1864; discharged Jun 29, 1865; born @1826/27; died Nov 1903; a farmer from Charlesville, Bedford County; 5' 3", dark hair, blue eyes; deserted from the draft rendezvous before joining the 87th August 8, 1864; desertion charge later removed; German-born; married Susan Koontz January 12, 1860; children: Philip (b. 05/22/61), Katherine (b. 02/12/67), and D. F. (b. 12/01/71)

5) Hartman, William, Pvt Co H; mustered Sep 19, 1861; discharged Jan 7, 1863, on a surgeon's certificate; born 1840; died Jun 2, 1899; a telegraph operator from York; 5' 6", light hair, blue eyes; took ill crossing the Alleghenies in 1862 and lost his hearing, although he had been slightly deaf before the war; father owned a hotel in York; William did not get along with his siblings; married Mary Elizabeth Foos (d. 10/09/1920) September 30, 1866; child: Abraham Lincoln (b. 04/07/84); buried in Prospect Hill Cemetery, North York Borough, York County, Pennsylvania

Re: Hartman - PA & Civil War

Al C. Hartman (View posts)
Posted: 3 Oct 2001 4:36PM GMT
Classification: Query
Looking for any and all info on my Great great grandfather Charles L. Hartman from N.J. Was in N.J. Calvery
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