|Birth: ||Mar. 19, 1846|
Pvt., Battery I, Pennsylvania Light Artillery. B. Mar. 19, 1846, in. first Nov. 3, 1887, Clara Alma Scott, who d. Apr. 3, 1888, daughter of James D. Scott and Cynthia Ann
Horner Scott of Franklin Co., Penna. He lived on his father's farm until 1870, when he went to Washington, then a territory, in the employ of the Northern Pacific Railroad engineers, and remained four years, then was with the engineers of the Central Railroad of New Jersey for nine months, in the anthracite coal regions. In 1876 he went to Anniston, Ala., in the employ of the Woodstock Iron Company, in 1878 entered the service of the Cumberland Valley Railroad Penna., and has been with them since that date, in the capacity of conductor. During the War of the Rebellion he enlisted on 22 August 1864 with the Independent Battery I, Pennsylvania Volunteers. He was mustered out on 23 June 1865 at Philadelphia, Pa. He married secondly May 17, 1894, Clara Humbird Conley, b. Nov. 26, 1858, at Keokuk, Iowa, daughter of John Alexander Conley and Mary Ann McKnight Conley. They reside at Chambersburg, Penna., adherents of the Falling Spring Presbyterian church.
Clara Humbird Conley Linn (1858 - 1935)*
Jacob Humbird Linn (1897 - 1942)*
Falling Spring Presbyterian Church Cemetery
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Originally Created by: John Boyd
Record added: Sep 07, 2009
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