|Birth: ||Nov. 7, 1842|
Never married. Lived in Dodge City, KS. Letter from Bernice Hartley Bailey to Edyth Stanton Wilhelm: "Otho Hartley was with a construction crew, putting through the Southern Pacific R.R., when he took typhoid fever. (RaVae's notes: I do not know the date of his death, but the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad Company railroad arrived in Fort Dodge on September 5, 1872.) He was buried in the National Cemetery at Fort Dodge, Kansas. (RaVae's notes: The Post Cemetery was a national cemetery at the time of his death. The fort was considered a national fort, and the cemetery, also). My father and Uncle Si (Matthias) went to Kansas to see about his burial, but he was buried before their arrival. He was very musical. Played the violin, and though he never had a lesson, he could play anything he ever heard."
Kansas Veterans Cemetery at Fort Dodge
Plot: 9 West 11
Created by: R. A. Lewis
Record added: Jul 16, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 93735851
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5th cousin, twice removed. Rest in Peace|
Olin E. Hartley
Added: Oct. 16, 2013