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Benjamin Franklin Burt
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Birth: Feb., 1845
Pickaway County
Ohio, USA
Death: Jun. 25, 1922
Cochise County
Arizona, USA

Civil War: Company C, 88 Ohio Infantry

Benjamin Franklin Burt enlisted as a private August 21, 1862, and was mustered into Company C, 88th Ohio Infantry. He was mustered out at Camp Chase, Ohio, July 3, 1865. After the war he settled in Macon County, Illinois, where he married (1) Jeanette (maiden name unknown; 1840, OH) about 1868 (1870 US Census). He was still farming in Macon County when the census taker called in 1880 (1880 US Census). Benjamin filed for a Civil War veteran's pension in Illinois December 7, 1890, and received certificate No. 1,066,093. Benjamin had relocated to St. Louis, Missouri, by 1899, the year he married (2) Anna (maiden name unknown; born January 1860, MO) and was working as a grocer (1900 US Census). He was living at Belen, New Mexico, in 1910 (1910 US Census). Benjamin and Anna had moved to 816 14th Street, Douglas, Arizona, by 1920 (1920 US Census). Benjamin's son, Horace Burt, reported his death, at Douglas, Arizona (AZ Death Certificate). Shortly thereafter Anna filed for a widow's pension at Douglas July 28, 1922, and received certificate No. 929,252.
Children (all born Macon County, IL):
- Franklin Benjamin (Mar. 1870)
- Roccena (1873)
- Gertrude (1876)
- Horace (1879)

Biography by Steve
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  Anna Burt (1860 - 1933)
Calvary Cemetery
Cochise County
Arizona, USA
Plot: F-50-6
Maintained by: Steve
Originally Created by: Tom Todd
Record added: Feb 24, 2009
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Benjamin Franklin Burt
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Benjamin Franklin Burt
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"Who for the Union fought and bled, though passing on, is never dead."
- Steve
 Added: Sep. 1, 2011

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