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Cyrus Franklin Redlon
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Birth: Nov., 1840
Boston
Suffolk County
Massachusetts, USA
Death: Nov. 3, 1915
Hennepin County
Minnesota, USA

Note: Cyrus F. Redlon and his infant son, Harry, were originally buried at Minneapolis Pioneers and Soldiers Memorial Cemetery where Cyrus' father and brother are buried. However, on May 7, 1926, both Harry and Cyrus F. were moved to this cemetery and interned with the family; they share one grave. Cyrus had a headstone, however, Harry does not.

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s/o Cryus Franklin & Deborah (Owen/Herring) Redlon

h/o Anna Davis

f/o Franklin C. Redlon, Mattie Deborah (Redlon) Robinson & Harry Redlon
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Civil War Veteran; Served in Co. A, 3r Minn Inf & Co. E, 113 USC Inf
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ALLIED ORDERS: G.A.R.: George N. Moran Post
Minneapolis Morning Tribune (1909-1911); Nov. 15, 1915:
ProQuest Historical Newspapers; minneapolis Tribune (1867-1922)
ALLIED ORDERS:
G.A.R. - George N. Morgan Post
The funeral of comrade Cyrus Redlon, who died at his home, 719 Fifteenth street east, after a long illness, was held under the auspices of the post Saturday. Comrade Redlon came to Minnesota in 1855 and had been a resident of this city since 1867. He was a member of and assisted in organizing the first band of this city. He became a member of the Morgan G. A. R. Drum Corps in 1883. During the war he served in Company A,Third Regiment Minnesota Infantry and was transferred to the One Hundred Thirteenth United States Cavalry where he served until the close of the war. Comrades A. E. Radeker, G. E. Smith, W. Farbain, W. H. Humason, W. B. McPherson and C. R. Fix, all members of the drum corps, acted as pallbearers. Burial was in Layman's cemetery.
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Sources:
1.) U.S. General Land Office Records, 1796-1907 @ancestry.com / Name: Cyrus Redlon / Issue Date: 1 Jul 1859 / State of Record: Minnesota / Acres: 160 / Accession Number: MN0040__.211 / Metes and Bounds: No / Land Office: Minneapolis / Canceled: No / US Reservations: No / Mineral Reservations: No / Authority: April 24, 1820: Sale-Cash Entry (3 Stat. 566) / Document Number: 1815 / Legal Land Description:
*Section: 17 / Twp: 119-N / Range: 24-W / Meridian: 5th PM / Counties: Wright
*Section: 20 / Twp: 119-N / Range: 24-W / Meridian; 5th PM / Counties: Hennepin, Wright
*Section: 20 / Twp: 119-N / Range: 24-W / Meridian; 5th PM / Counties: Hennepin, Wright
2.) Massachusetts Officers in Colored Troops, Pg 494-Redlon, Cyrus F. Born in Massachusetts, Musician, 3d Minn. Infantry, Sept. 27, 1861. Re-enlisted, Dec. 23, 1863. Second Lieutenant, 113, US Col'd Infantry, May 19, 1865. Mustered out Apr. 9, 1866
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Civil War Pension Index: General Index to Pension Files, 1861-1934 / Roll Number: T288_387 / Name of Soldier: Redlon, Cryus F. / Name of Dependent: Redlon, Annie / Service: Co. A, 3r Minn Inf & Co. E, 113 USC Inf / Date of Filing: 1890 July 14 Invalid Application No.: 827322 Certificate No.: 612337 State of Filing: Minn / Date of Filing: Widow Application No.: 1055750 Certificate No.: 801082 State of Filing: Minn / Attorney R.B. Hostetler
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Muster in roll of Captain W.W. Webster(?) Company Third Regiment, (Blank) Brigade,) of Minnesota Veteran Volunteers, commanded by Colonel C.C. Andrews called into the service of the United States by the President from the (Blank) day of (Blank) 186(Blank), (Date of this (Unreadable word or two) for the term of three years or during the war unless sooner discharged. / Number of each grade: 26 / Names: Present and Absent (Privates in alphabetical order): Redlon, Cyrus F. / Rank: Pvt / Age: 23 / Joined for duty and enrolled: When: Dec 23, 1863 / Where: Little Rock / By whom enrolled: Capt J.H Swan / Traveling: (To place of rendezvous, No. of miles) Blank / From place of discharge home, No. of miles) Blank / Valuation in Dollars (Marked out) Premium Due (hand-written in) Dolls cts 2.00 / Where Enrolled by the Officers of the U.S. under the act approved March 3. 1863, known as the Enrollment Act.* - In what state: (Blank) / Number of Enrollment District: (Blank) / Ever man whose name is on this roll must be accounted for on the next muster roll. 2. The exchange of men by substitution, and the exchange, swapping, or loaning of horses, after muster into service, are strictly forbidden - Town: Rockford / County: Wright / State: Minn
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Muster and Descriptive Roll of a Detachment of United States Veteran Volunteers, reenlisted by Capt. J.H. Swan for the Co. "A" Third Regiment of Minnesota Infantry Volunteers stationed at Little Rock, Arkansas pursuant to G O NO. 191 War Dept dated June 25, 1863. / No.: 26 / Names: Redlon, Cyrus F. / Rank: Private / Where born: Town, County, or Province: Boston / State. Empire, or Kingdom: Mass / Age: 23 / Occupation: Painter / Description: Enlisted: When: dec 23, 1863 / Where (Town and State): Little Rock, Ark / By Whom: Capt J.H. Swan / Period: 3 years / Eyes: Blue / Hair: Light / Complexion: Light / Height: Feet: 5 Inches: 3 / Mustered into Service: When: Feb 2, 1864 / Where: Little Rock, Ark / By Whom: Capt. Wilson / Late Paid: By Paymaster: Pay due from date of enlistment / To What Time: (Blank) / Bounty: Paid: Due: 60 / Clothing Account: Date of Last Settlement: (Blank) / Total Money Value of Clothing Drawn Since Last Settlement: (Blank) / Date of First Muster: Sept 27, 1861 / Names: (This column to be filled up by the officer in command the detachment, or by the commanding officer of the post when no commissioned officer accompanies it, and to include only the names of those present on the day of arrival at the post or Regiment.): Redlon, Cyrus F / Letters of Companies to which assigned (marked out) No. of enrollment District (hand-written in): 2 / Notes: 1. The command exercised by any officer accompanying the detachment, with the date of assuming or being relieved therefrom, and the names of the officers relieved, to be stated. 2. The date and place of all deaths, transfers, discharges, desertions, and apprehensions, to be noted; also any other information which may be necessary or useful for the records of the Adjutant General's office. Remarks: Town: Rockford - County: Wright - State: Minn / Premium Due (hand-written in): 2 / 2d Enlistment
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Minnesota, Civil War Records, 1861-1865 / ALTERATIONS since last Return, among the Enlisted Men. / Note 7 The date, &c, all transfers to, or from, the regiment, or from one company to another, (with No., date, &c., of order,) of all discharges, furloughs, deaths, desertions, apprehensions, &c, will be accurately noted; also the places of discharge, deaths, desertions, &c. (To be accounted for by name, and class in the same order as on the face of the return.) / Regiment: 3rd Minnesota Volunteer Infantry Regiment / No.: 4 / Name: C F Redlon / Rank: Private / Letter of Company: A / Date: July 27, 1865 / Enlistment Location: Little Rock / Remarks: Disch by order War Dept for promotion in 113 U.S.C.I.
3.) Minnesota, Death Records, 1866-1916 / Name: Cyrus Redlon / Event: DEATH / Event Date: 03 Nov 1915 / Event Place: Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota / Gender: Male / Age: 75 / Estimated Birth Year: 1840 / Father: Cyrus Redlon / Mother: Deborah Herring / Volume/Page/Certificate Number: 3259 / Film Number: 1499063 / Digital Folder Number: 4221403 / Image Number: 712
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Minnesota, Death Index, 1908-2002 / Name: Cyrus Redlon / Event: Death / Event Date: 03 Nov 1915 / Event Place: Hennepin, Minnesota / Reference Number: 178111 / Certificate Number: 019866 / Certificate Year: 1915 / State File Name: 019866 / Registration Batch: NN061DO / Typed or Handwriten: H
4.) Lakewood Cemetery, www.lakewoodcemetery.com / Name: CYRUS REDLON / Birth: 0/00/0000 / Age: 75 / Death: 11/03/1915 / Disposition: 5/07/1926 / Place of Death: NA, / Interment: TRADITIONAL BURIAL / Final Disposition: BURIAL / Property: SECTION 31 LOT 94 GRAVE 6 / Property Type: MONUMENT LOT
5.) Newspaper Clipping on Military Troop
6.) Newspaper Clipping - Obit
Minneapolis Morning Tribune (1909-1922); November 15, 1915; ProQuest Historical Newspapers; Minneapolis (1867-1922); Pg. 3
ALLIED ORDERS
GAR
George N. Morgan Post
The funeral of comrade Cyrus Redlon, who died at his home, 719 Fifteenth street east, after a long illness, was held under the auspices of the post Saturday. Comrade Redlon came to Minnesota in 1855 and had been a resident of this city since 1867. He was a member of and assisted in organizing the first band of this city. He became a member of the Morgan G.A.R. Drum Corps in 1883. During the war he served in Company A, Third Regiment Minnesota Infantry and was transferred to the One Hundred Thirteenth United States Cavalry where he served until the close of the war. Comrades A.E. Radeker, G.E. Smith, W. Farbain, W.H. Humason, W.B. McPherson and C.R. Fix, all members of the drum corps, acted as pallbearers. Burial was in Layman's cemetery [*].
[*Layman's Cemetery is now called Minneapolis Pioneers and Soldier Memorial Cemetery]
7.) Censuses:
a.) 1880 United States Federal Census - Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota / C. Frank Redlon 37 [Carriage Painter] / Annie Redlon 29 / Mattie Redlon 11 / Frank C. Redlon 9
b.) Minnesota, State Census, 1895 - Minneapolis city, Ward 05, Hennepin, Minnesota / Name: Cyrus F Redlon / Age: 55y / Estimated Birth Year: 1840 / Place of Birth: Mass / Race (original): W / Gender: Male / Line Number: 0 / Page Number: 47 / GSU Film Number: 000565779
c.) 1900 United States Federal Census - Minneapolis Ward 5, Hennepin, Minnesota / Coyros Redlon
[Cyrus Redlon] 58 [Nov 1841MAMAMA; m. 30y] / Anna Redlon 49 [Mar 1851 WalesWalesWales; c. 2/2]
d.) Minnesota, State Census, 1905, Minneapolis, Ward Number: 05, Hennepin, Minnesota / Name: Cyrus F Redlon / Event: Census / Event Date: 1905 / Event Place: Minneapolis, Ward Number: 05, Hennepin, Minnesota / Street or Avenue or Number Rural Free Delivery: E. 15th St. / House number: 721 / Gender: Male / Age: 65 / Race: White / Birthplace: Massachusetts / Father's Birthplace: Maine / Mother's Birthplace: Maine / Period of Residence in State: Years: 50 Months: (Blank) / Period of Residence in District: Years: 15 - Months: (Blank) / Estimated Birth Year: 1840 / Regular Occupation: Painter / Army Service: Soldier Wars: Civil / Page: 2 / Line Number: 11 / Film Number: 928784 / Digital Folder Number: 004520280 / Image Number: 00297
e.) 1910 United States Federal Census - Minneapolis Ward 5, Hennepin, Minnesota / Cyrus F Redlon 70 [m. 39y] / Anna Redlon 59 [c. 3/2] 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Cyrus F. Redlon (1817 - 1886)
  Deborah Redlon (1807 - 1865)
 
 Spouse:
  Anna Davis Redlon (1850 - 1925)*
 
 Children:
  Harry Redlon (____ - 1875)*
  Franklin C. Redlon (1871 - 1936)*
  Mattie Deborah Redlon Robinson (1876 - 1930)*
 
 Sibling:
  Frederick F. Redlon (1837 - 1910)*
  Cyrus Franklin Redlon (1840 - 1915)
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Note: bu May 7, 1926
 
Burial:
Lakewood Cemetery
Minneapolis
Hennepin County
Minnesota, USA
Plot: Section 31, Lot 94, Grave 6
 
Created by: genealogyfever
Record added: Jun 23, 2012
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Cyrus Franklin Redlon
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Cyrus Franklin Redlon
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Cyrus Franklin Redlon
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- Tom Mauer
 Added: Feb. 3, 2014
2nd Lt, 113th U.S. Colored Troops; Companion #12721 - Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the U.S.
- Jeffry Burden
 Added: Sep. 27, 2012
Thank you.
- Twila
 Added: Jun. 25, 2012
 
 
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