|Death: ||Mar. 10, 1882|
FOUND NO STONE
Died at Bucks County Hospital of Paralysis at the age of 59, so birth year estimated to be 1823
Soldier Co. I, 25th PA Infantry.
Section C, Plot 24, Grave...
1. Charles J. Smith (1855-1924)
1. Hurdie J. Smith (1855-1925)
2. David F. Dalzell (1878-1911)
3. Elizabeth Kachline (1839-1902)
4. William Kachline (1823-1882)
Hurdie is a nickname for Huldah, and I believe that Hurdie J. Smith is the daughter of William and Elizabeth Kachline.
1860 Census - Doylestown
William Kachline 37
Elizabeth Kachline 26
Sarah Kachline 9
Hulda Kachline 7
Hector Kachline 5
Kate Kachline 4/12
In 1880 he is in the Bucks County Poor House, shown as being a Carpenter, and suffering from Paralysis. It also says that he is a Widower, but the Elizabeth buried next to him (wife?) died in 1902.
U.S. Federal Census - 1880 Schedules of Defective, Dependent, and Delinquent Classes about William Kachline
Name: William Kachline
Previous Residence: Doylestown, Bucks
Enumeration Date: 1 Jun 1880
Schedule Type: Pauper and Indigent Inhabitants in Institutions, Poor-Houses or Asylums, or Boarded at Public Expense in Private Houses
Schedule Page: 41
Schedule Line: 50
Line Number: 36
From a Find A Grave visitor on 1/14/13
"William Kachline was the son of Samuel Kachline (1791-1853) and Huldah Jones (1800-1864). Samuel was a carpenter and cabinet-maker who came to Doylestown in 1812. Samuel's father, Abraham Kachline (1753-1837), and grandfather, Andrew Kachline (1728-1781), were officers in the Revolutionary War. William married Elizabeth Lukens (1833-1902) in 1850. They had seven children, including Hulda Kachline (1853-1925), who married Charles J. Smith (1855-1924). William served in the Doylestown Guards during the Civil War."
Elizabeth Kachline (1839 - 1902)*
Plot: C 24 4
Created by: Ellen Johnson
Record added: May 08, 2012
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