|Birth: ||Sep. 15, 1843|
|Death: ||Nov. 15, 1915|
Jasper Noel Churchill was born in Joshua Township, Cuba, Fulton Co., Illinois on September 16, 1843. He is the son of William Stewart and Malvina (Maxson) Churchill. In 1870 he was married to Emma Stephens and living with her parents, Nicholas and Caroline Stephens. He and Emma were the parents of 8 children: Charlotte, Charles Cook, Alwina "Mina", Louis, William, Edgar Henry, Martha May, Emma Rosa "Rosey". Emma died in children birth with Emma on Jan. 19, 1890. He married second, on 26 Jan 1900, to Permilla Debo, widow of Vincent Garner. By 1910 Jasper and Permilla had moved to the town of Elgin, Union County, Oregon with other family members.
During the Civil War, Jasper and his brother Willis enlisted as Private's in the Union Army on February 7, 1865. Their residence was listed as Putnam, Illinois. They served with the 151st Illinois Infantry, Co. B. They mustered out on January 24, 1866 in Columbus, Georgia. The Union Army, Vol. 3, states that the 151st Infantry was organized at Quincy, Illinois and was composed of companies from various parts of the State, under the commands of Col. French B. Woodall, Col. Herman W. Snow, and Major Silas Battey. They fought on February 8, 1865 at Bushness, Illinois. On March 1865, the company marched to Murfreesboro and proceeded by rail to Chattanooga, where it reported to Major General James B. Steedman who ordered the regiment to report to Colonel Sickles at Dalton, Georgia. The regiment arrived in Dalton, Georgia on March 23rd and was occupied in drilling, picket and guard duty and scouting until May, when it was ordered to Resaca, Georgia. After a few days in Resaca, Georgia they were ordered to Calhoun and then to Kingston, Georgia, where the regiment arrived on May 12, 1865. On July 28, 1865 the regiment was ordered to Columbus, Georgia where it arrived July 31, 1865 and was mustered out there on January 25, 1866. After that it was ordered to Springfield, Illinois where it received final pay and discharge February 8, 1866. According to the Civil War Pension Index No. 1179, Jasper N. Churchill filed for and received a pension. His widow, Permelia, received his pension after his death.
Charles Cook Churchill (1873 - 1939)*
Plot: Churchill Family Plot 43-3-5
Created by: Judith A. Churchill
Record added: Feb 11, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 47998951
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To my 2nd Great Grand Uncle.|
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