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Sgt Jonathan P Bare
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Birth: Sep. 8, 1841
Death: Mar. 14, 1911

JONATHAN P. BARE, justice of the peace, Danville, was born in Montgomery County, September 8, 1841, a son of Frederick and Susan (Place) Bare, natives of Pennsylvania and of German and French origin, respectively. In early life the father was a shoemaker, later a farmer, and died in 1849. Jonathan P. is the eldest son in a family of five children, and was reared by A. Henricks on a farm in Montgomery County until 1857, when he came to Montour County, which has since been his home, except the time he spent in the service of his country. He enlisted in 1861 in the artillery, One Hundred and Twelfth Regiment of the line, and was elected orderly sergeant of Company F, served three years and was in several battles. In 1864 he returned home and worked on the Catawissa Railroad, and subsequently farmed for a time. He again worked on the railroad as a bridge-builder until September 24, 1870, when he met with a sad accident which deprived him of both feet. Politically he is a Republican, and in 1879 was elected justice of the peace, which office he still holds, and is also treasurer of the board of directors of the poor of Danville and Mahoning Township. He is a member of the G. A. R. and of the I. O. O. F. also of the I. O. O. F. Encampment. His first wife died in 1867, and in 1870 he married his second wife, a lady of German origin, who has borne him three children: William A., Harry Clayton and Sarah Gertrude. Mr. and Mrs. Bare are members of the German Reformed Church. (History of Columbia and Montour Counties Pennsylvania, Battle, 1887, Danville, pg. 143 Transcribed by Tammy L. Clark)

Civil War Co F 2nd Reg Pa. Art
survived by widow an chilre William S. and Harr C. Bare, daughter Ms C.W. Wagner, brother Frederick Warw, sister Ms R. Highbarger 
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  Emma Reinacher Bare (1846 - 1913)*
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Odd Fellows Cemetery
Montour County
Pennsylvania, USA
Created by: Neil D Scheidt
Record added: Apr 17, 2013
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