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Obituary Notices. Group 2.

These death notices extracted from the local newspapers in this case mostly the PPL (The Philadelphia Public Ledger) are but a few examples of probably the first information that an extended family would have of the death of a loved relative in the war.This was an era of slow communication and newspapers and their content was of major importance for the circulation of information. Even as now over 140 years later when one looks at the names and indeed the ages of the young men named one wonder what if only? who were their families? how soon would their relatives back in Ireland (in the case of Irishmen) get to know about the loss?. Not all the now famous "Letters from Amerikay" always brought good news. So many questions so few answers.
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Buchter Henry E Co. D
Campbell George Co. B
Christy Thomas Co. A
Cooper Henry J Co. A
Coogan William Co. C
Crowley Daniel Co. A
Devlin John Joseph Co. E
Deichler George Co.I
Dever James Co H
Dougherty Charles Co. F
Eidel Franklin Co. E
Fitzgerald Richard E
Ford Edward Co. E.
Fullerton John Co. F
Furey Thomas Co.
Garrett Wilson Co. F
Geverd Henry Co K
Gould Daniel Co. B
Hamilton Richard Co. E
Hand James Co. F
Healey Martin Co. A
Hickey Daniel (alias Kennedy) Co.A
Higgins Patrick Co.
Higgins Michael Co.B
Hinphey Edward Co. E
Jackel Henry Co.A
Karr Thomas Co. E
Kiniry David Co D
Lovett Alexander Co. D
Lawrence Edward Reg. Butcher.
Luby John Co. K.
Lyster Patrick Co. F
Lydon Patrick Co. H
Moore William F. Co. A
Moran Patrick Co A
Murray John Co. D
McAnany Peter Co. D.
McCabe John J Co. B
McClarren Francis Co.I
McGill Francis Co. B.
McGinley James Co. D
McGrath Michael Co C
McHugh John Co. B
McHugh John Joseph Co K.
McIlvane John Co. B
McLaughlin John Co.A
McNeill Surgeon
McQuillan Thomas Co.C
McQuade Daniel Co.E.
Noonan Patrick K Co. G
Quigley John Co.A
Rodman John Co.C
Shedidan Owen Co. H
Stinson Robe Co G
Thomas Henry Co A.
Wadsworth Henry (Dr).
Walls John Co. B


Public Ledger Obituary


November 17, 1880 Philadelphia Inquirer Obituary Page 11
BURMEISTER - Dr. FREDERICK F. BURMEISTER, a druggist, doing business at No. 1942 Frankford avenue, died at his home in this city on Monday. Deceased was surgeon of the Sixty-ninth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, Colonel Owen, from December 1862, until July, 1865, when mustered out of service.

Nov. 18, 1880 Philadelphia Inquirer Obituary Page 5

BURMEISTER - Dr. F. F. BURMEISTER, late surgeon of Sixty-ninth Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers, died on the 15th inst. Funeral from the residence of his brother-in-law, E. Poulson, Esq., at No. *208 N. Thirty-fifth street, this morning, at 10 A. M. His army and Masonic friends are invited.

Burial:
Lawnview Cemetery
Rockledge
Montgomery County
Pennsylvania,

Surgeon F.F.Burmeister
Initially buried Lawnview Cemetry Rockledge Pa. then transferred to Woodlawns cemetery Philadelphia Oct. 8th. 1883.

December 27, 1873
Public Ledger Obituary

CAMPBELL - On the 25th instant, GEORGE CAMPBELL, aged 57 years. The relatives and friends of the family are invited to attend the funeral, on Sunday afternoon, at 1 o'clock, from his late residence 133 Carpenter street. To proceed to Mount Moriah Cemetery.

Pvte George Campbell Co.C.
Buried Mount Moriah Cemetery Philadelphia

Obituary
Baltimore Sun Obituary

McCABE John J-Sunday 3rd June 1894 at 5:30 o'clock JOHN J MCCABE of the Pension Office. Funeral from his late residence 1317 S St. N.W. Washington D.C.(this Tuesday) morning at 9:30 o'clock thence to St Pauls Church corner of 15th and V streets where requiem mass will be said for the repose of his soul.

Pvte, John J. McCabe Co. B
Unknown burial Site


Pvte. Richard Hamilton Co. E.
Buried Lawnview Cemetery Rockledge Mont Co. Pa. Initially Odd Fellows Cemetery Philadelphia.
P.R July 6th 1890

GOULD--In this city, on the 21st inst., Daniel Gould, husband of Ellen Gould. The relatives and friends of the family, also Bayard Post No 8 GAR and employees of Trenton Iron Company, are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from his late residence, No 215 Mott Street, on Monday morning at 9 o'clock. Requiem high mass at the Church of the Immaculate Conception at 10 o'clock. interment at Our Lady of Lourdes Cemetery. Kindly omit flowers. Trenton Evening Times 30 May 1911

Buchter - Henry E Buchter was born Nov 12, 1836; died Feb. 19, 1923; aged 86 y, 3 m, 7 d. He was ill for five months.His wife preceded him in death thirty- three years ago.He leaves to mourn his departure nine children, all married.He was living with his son, Harry near Lititz, Pa.Funeral services were held Feb 22, at the Hess Mennonite Church, conducted by Noah Landis and John Hess. Burial in adjoining cemetery.
Gospel Herald
Vol XV, No 49
8 March 1923

Pvte Henry E Buchter
Buried Hess Memorial Cemetery Lititz Lancaster Co.Pa


Pvte Francis McGill Co. B
Buried Holy Sepulchre Cemetery Cheltenham Mont. Co Pa
P.I Oct 13th 1908


Capt Thomas Furey
Buried Old Cathedral Cemetery Philadelphia.
P.I March 20th 1912


Pvte Henry Geverd Co.K.
Arlington Cemetery Drexel Hill Pa.
Initianally Buried Philadelphia Philantrophic Cemetery (Defunct)Obit Entry P.I.Nov. 22nd 1880


Corp John Murray Co. D.
Buried St Patricks Catholic Cemetery Reading Berks Co. Pa


John Fullerton Co. F
Buried Mount Moriah Cemetery Philadelphia.
Entry PPL March 10th 1864


Pvte Franklin Eidel Co. E
Buried Oley Cemetery Spangsville Berks Co. Pa.


Pvte Edward E Fitzgerald
Buried Holy Sepulchre Cemetery Philadelphia


Pvte Thomas Christy Co A
Buried Old Cathedral Cemetery Philadelphia


Lieut John Joseph Devlin Co. E
Buried Old Cathedral Cemetery Philadelphia.


Musician Daniel J Hickey ( alias Kennedy) Co A
Buried St Marys Church Trenton N.J.


Pvte Henry J Cooper Co A
Buried Mount Peace Cemetery Philadelphia


Pvte James Dever Co H.
Buried Old Cathedral Cemetery Piladelphia.


Pvte.Corp Edward Ford Co. E.
Buried Old St Marys Cemetery Gloucester City Canden Co. N.J.
Notice courtesy P.I. Feb 16th 1915.


Pvte. Patrick Higgins Co B
Buried Old Cathedral Cemetery Philadelphia.
Notice courtesy Public Ledger Philadelphia Oct 18th 1861


1st. Sergt. William Coogan Co. C.
Buried Old Cathedral Cemetery Philadselphia.
Notice courtesy Public Ledger Philadelphia 27th. Aug. 1863


1st. Sergt. William Coogan Co. C.
Buried Old Cathedral Cemetery Philadelphia.
Obit. courtesy Public Ledger Philadelphia 9th. Oct. 1863.


Lieut George Deichler Co.I
Buried Woodward Hill Cemetery Lancaster Pa.
Obit. courtesy Philadelphia P.I. 27.Feb.1895 .


Pvte. Daniel Crowley Co. A
Buried St. Stephens Cemetery Nicetown Pa.
Obit. courtesy Philadelphia P.I. Dec.8th. 1863 .


Pvte. Charles J Dougherty Co. F.
Buried Old Cathedral Cemetery Philadelphia
Obit. courtesy Philadelphia P.R.




Images courtesy Local Daily News Malvern Pa.


Information transcribed off headstone.
Capt. Joseph Wilson Garrett Co. I 69th Pa. Vols.
Buried Malvern 1st. Baptist Church Cemetery Pa.

James Hand was perhaps the oldest soldier of the 69th Pa. to survive the war know of as now. It is an honour to display his funeral card and obituary notices and comments from the local newspapers of the Marshallton area where he died aged 96..a true patriot.





Images courtesy Local Daily News Malvern Pa.
Private James Hand Co. F 69th Pa. Vols.
Buried Bradford cemetery Marshallton Pa.



Sergt Martin Healey Co. A. 69th Pa. Vols.
Buried Old St Marys Cemetery Camden N.J.
Obituary P.I. Nov 14th 1901


Sergt James McGinley Co.D
Buried Old Cathedral Cemetery Philadelphia
Obit. courtesy P.P.L. 22.2.1865



Pvte Michael Higgins Co B and wife Margaret
Buried New Cathedral Cemetery Philadelphia
Obits. courtesy Philadelphia P.I. Nov 11th 1905 and Aug 17th 1906 respectively


Sergt Edward Hinphey Co. E
Buried St Dominics Church Torresdale Pa. Plot Section K.Range 10. Lot 30.
Obit. courtesy Philadelphia P.R. Dec.17th 1893.


Pvte Henry Jackel Co. A 69th Pa. Vols.
Buried Mount Peace Cemetery Philadelphia Co. Pa


Sergt. Thomas Kerr Co. F. 69th Pa. Vols.
Buried Glenwood Cemetery.
Obit. courtesy Philadelphia Public Ledger Jan 9th. 1865.
Note:The Glenwood Cemetery was declared defunct in 1938 remains removed to Glenwood Memorial Gardens Bloomhall Del Co. Pa.


Private David Kiniry Co.D.
Buried New Cathedral Cemetery Philadelphia.
Obit. courtesy Philadelphia P.I. Nov 9th 1922.


Private David Kiniry Co.D.
Buried New Cathedral Cemetery Philadelphia.
Obit. courtesy Philadelphia P.I. Nov 9th 1922.



Lieut. Alexander H. Lovitt Co. D
Buried New Cathedral Cemetery Philadelphia.


Brigade.Regt. Butcher Edward Lawrence
Buried Lawnview Cemetery Philadelphia


Pvte. John Luby Co K.
Buried Old Cathedral Cemetery.
Entry courtesy Public Inq Philadelphia May 21st `1902.


Pvte. Patrick Lyster Co.
Killed at Gettysburg. Buried Old Cathedral Cemetery.
Entry courtesy Public Ledger Philadelphia Nov. 16th. 1863.


Pvte. Patrick H Lydon Co. H
Buried St John the Evangelist Cemetery Pittston Lucerne Co. Pa.


Corp William F Moore Co. A
Buried Holy Cross Cemetery Yedon Del Co. Pa


Pvte. Peter McAnany Co. D
Buried New Cathedral Cemetery Philadelphia.
P.I. April 2nd 1892


Pvte. Patrick Moran Co. A.
Buried Old Cathedral Cemetery. Plot Q-2-44.
Entry courtesy Public Inq. Philadelphia Jan.21st.1912


Sergt Francis McClarren Co. I. 69thPa. 6th Reg U.S. Cavalry
Buried Holy Cross Cemetery
Courtesy P.I. March 14th 1907


Private John McLaughlin Co. A.
Buried New Cathedral Cemetery Philadelphia.
Obit. courtesy Philadelphia P.R. Oct 13th 1900.



Lieut. John McIlvane Co.C.
Buried Mount Zion Church Ground Philadelphia.(No longer in existence)



Pvt. Michael McGrath Co.C.
Buried Dayton National Cemetery Dayton Ohio.


Capt John McHugh Co. B.
Buried Old Cathedral Cemetery Philadelphia.
Obit. Courtesy P.P.L.Dec 13th 1872


Pvte John Joseph McHugh
Buried Old Cathedral Cemetery Philadelphia.
Obit. Courtesy P.I. 24th Feb 1908


Surg. Bernard McNeil. 69th Pa. Vols.
Buried Old Cathedral Cemetery Philadelphia.
Obit. Courtesy Philadelphia Ledger Jan 31st. 1865

Pvte. Thomas McQuillan Co. C.
Buried Old Cathedral Cemetery Philadelphia.

McQUILLIN - On the 19th instant, THOMAS McQUILLIN, aged 60 years. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, on Wednesday morning, at 8 1/2 o'clock, from his late residence, No. **12 Howard st. High Mass at the Church of Our Lady of the Visitation. To proceed to Cathedral Cemetery.
Obit courtesy of Philadelphia Public Ledger Published May 20, 1884


Pvte Daniel McQuade Co. E
Buried "Old St.Michaels Cemetery Philadelphia
Entry courtesy Public Ledger Philadelphia.


Pvte John Quigley Co. A
Buried Old Cathedral Cemetery.
Entry courtesy Public Ledger Philadelphia.


Pvte. John Rodman Co. C.
Burial details unknown. Killed at The Wilderness.
Notice courtesy Public Ledger Philadelphia June 22nd 1864.


Sergt. Owen Sheridan Co. H.
Buried Laurel Hill Cemetery Philadelphia Setion B Lot 81.


Pvt. Robert Stinson Co. G.
Buried New Cathedral Cemetery Philadelphia.


Corp Henry Thomas Co A.
Buried Louden Park National Cemetery Md Grave 1141

On Friday, May 7, 1886, HENRY WADSWORTH, M.D. The relatives and friends of the family, also the members of Gothic Lodge, 519, F. and A. M., are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, this afternoon, at 2 o'clock, from his late residence, No. 1753 Frankford avenue. To proceed to Monument Cemetery.

Buried in Monument Cemetery Philadelphia (now defunct)
Courtesy Philadelphia Inquirer May 10, 1886

SERGT. PATRICK K NOONAN Co. G 69th Pa.

The familiar form of Paddy Noonan will be seen no more on our streets. He was taken sick the day after Christmas. His illness soon developed into pneumonia of a malignant type and he died on the evening of Sunday last [2nd]. Patrick Noonan was an uncle of the well known Judge Noonan of the St. Louis Court of Criminal Correction. He had lived here several years, working most of the time for Mr J. F. Hawks. He had been a soldier in the Union army and was a member of the G.A.R. As soon as his comrades heard of his illness he was taken charge of and removed to Grand Army headquarters, where he was tenderly cared for by the members of Ransom Post until he passed away. He was buried by his associates of the G.A.R. according to the rites of that order in the cemetery north of Old Town.

Courtesy of the Arizona Champion [Flagstaff], Sat.Jan. 8th 1887.

G.A.R. At the regular meeting of the Grand Army held on Saturday evening last the new officers were installed. Among other business the following resolutions were passed: Whereas, Our esteemed brother, Patrick Noonan, has been mustered out from the living members of our order, Therefore be it Resolved, That we, members of Ransom Post, G.A.R., unanimously express our profound grief at the decease of our worthy comrade and that this resolution be entered on the minutes of our proceedings.


Courtesy of the Arizona Champion [Flagstaff], Sat. Jan. 15th 1887

Sergt. Patrick K. Noonan Co. G. 69th. Pa
Initially buried Greenwood Cemetery Flagstaff Ariz. (Now defunct. See bio.)


Sergt John J Walls Co. B.
Buried Old Cathedral Cemetery Philadelphia.(Awaits Confirmation)
Obit. courtesy Philadelphia P.I. March 1st. 1896

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