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Onslow M. Airheart
Birth: May 24, 1834
Rhea County
Tennessee, USA
Death: Nov. 2, 1883
Trinidad
Henderson County
Texas, USA

Son of Peter Airheart and Nancy Gullatt. Married Mary N. Ingram.
Served in the 11th TX Infantry, Co, B, CSA

"Zack Sanders was another fine hustler and afraid of nothing. Zack and I went out one evening and came across a fine bunch of mutton peacefully grazing near a briar thicket, my gun brought down a fine fat one, and Zack had it in the thicket
quick and filled himself full of briars. The next day we had the finest baked quarter you ever saw. Joe Ware, our mess-mate, said he was going to ask Lt. O.M. Airhart to dinner. We tried hard to get him not to do so, as that particular
lieutenant was very tough on outside hustlers, but Joe went and told him that we had a fine beef roast and the boys all wanted him to take dinner with them. He came, and as we were all seated around the oven and viewing the find brown bake, he
said "Boys, those oar mighty small beef bones", and began to look rather ugly, but Joe Ware said, "Now Lieutenant, we asked you here to eat and not make remarks, and now you eat", and the Lieutenant did eat until we were almost sorry we had
invited him. Lt. Airhart was honest to the core, and was always in the front of the battle. He died a natural death a few years ago." (bio by: Michael Airheart) 
 
Burial:
Trinidad City Cemetery
Trinidad
Henderson County
Texas, USA
 
Created by: L Lane
Record added: Aug 10, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 56873502
Onslow M. Airheart
Added by: Michael Airheart
 
Onslow M. Airheart
Added by: Brenda Allen
 
 
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Thank You for your service to the Southern Nation. Deo Vindice. Resurgam.
- Jim Ogburn M.D.
 Added: Feb. 8, 2012
Thank You for your service to the Southern Nation. Deo Vindice. Resurgam.
- Jim Ogburn M.D.
 Added: Feb. 14, 2012
 
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