|Birth: ||Mar. 16, 1844|
|Death: ||Dec. 23, 1925|
Husband of Elizabeth S.
Civil War Veteran
Pri. C, 133rd PA 8/8/62-5/26/63
Corp. I, 194 PA 7/12/64-11/5/64
Sgt. K, 83th PA 2/28/65-6/28/65
Well known Civil war Veteran of Everett Bedford County, died at his home there on Tuesday December 22. He was born in Bloody Run now Everett March 16 1844 and resided there all his life.
For many years he was engaged in the insurance business in his hometown and was prominently identified with the Grand Army Of The Republic and attended many of the state and national encampments. He was a member of the Barndollar Methodist Church in Everett. The G.A.R. F.& A.M. number 524,and the Huntington Commandry Knights Templer. He is survived by his wife Mrs Elizabeth (Spanogle) Barndollar and four daughters Mrs W.Howard Lloyd of Everett, Mrs T.Lyle Hazlett of Pittsburgh, Mrs L.W. Yingling of Wilkinsburg, and Miss Eliza at Home and onr son Capt Martin D Barndollar an instructor at Ft. Benning Ga.
Altoona Mirror December 26, 1925
Martin D Barndollar (1895 - 1944)*
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Originally Created by: Linda Marker
Record added: Sep 04, 2012
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