|Birth: ||Dec. 18, 1817|
|Death: ||Jun. 26, 1896|
Jeremiah was married, first, Mariah/Maria (nee Nichols) on 30 Nov 1840 in OH. Their children who were born in Ohio were: Rebecca, Barbara, G.W., John and William. They then relocated to Iowa where Pierce and Edward were born. Maria died 10 Apr 1857.
He enlisted in Union Army-Civil War in 1861 and was discharged because of a severe back injury in 1862.
Jeremiah married, second, Nancy (nee Gillham), the widow of James Hugh Paul, on 24 Nov 1864 in Madison Co., IL.
Their child was: Nancy Chambers -5 Nov 1865 - 5 Nov 1865
His wife, Nancy, also died on 5 Nov 1865.
WPA Records - burial info
comments - Cem. Row 1; Co. I 17th Ia. Inf.
Jeremiah Green Chambers is named as a grandson of John Adkeson/Atkinson in his 1823 will from Pike County, Ohio. James Cotral, testified to the qualifications of the heirs of John Adkeson when his will was probated on 23 Sep 1823 in Pike County, Ohio. In this will, John Adkeson also bequeaths to his son-in-laws, Samuel Gilliland, William Strange, Levi Davis, John Johnson and daughters Elizabeth and Judith Adkeson. A Catherine Adkeson signed the probate but her relationship is not mentioned.
His parents appear to be Henry Chambers and Sarah "Sally" Atkinson married on 24 Oct 1816 in Pike County, Ohio. Both must have died young as they are not mentioned in John Adkeson's will but Jeremiah Green Chambers is mentioned as a grandson.
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Nancy Campbell Gillham Paul (1826 - 1865)
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Record added: Jun 17, 2010
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U.S., Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles, 1861-1865 about Jeremiah G ChambersName: Jeremiah G ChambersResidence: IowaAge at Enlistment: 43Enlistment Date: 28 Jul 1861Rank at enlistment: PrivateState Served: IowaSurvived the War?: YesService Rec...(Read more)|
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