Ira M. Hardy was listed as born in Michigan and in 1907 he was living in Oshkosh, Wisconsin (Ward 12, Winnebago Co.). His (2nd) wife was Eunice, and son was Burr F. Hardy
Ira M. Hardy of Co. E. 26th Michigan had enlisted at Oceola Twp. in 1862 at the age of 18. He would survive the war and mustered out with the unit.
26th Michigan service included: Camp Jackson, Alexandria, Washington, Suffolk, the New York Draft Riots, Mine Run, Wilderness, Po River, Spotsylvania, North Anna, Totopotomoy, Cold Harbor, Petersburg including Deep Bottom, & Ream's Station, Cedar Level Station, White Oak Swamp & Hatcher's Run, Fort Fisher, Sayler's Creek & Farmville, Appomattox and The Grand Review.
Skirmish Regiment for the Union 1st Brigade (Gen. Nelson A. Miles), 1st Division (Gen. Francis Barlow), 2nd Corps (Gen. Winfield S. Hancock)
On March 25, 1874, Ira Marshall Hardy married Mary Elizabeth Batcheler and received a Civil War Pension in 1892. Mary died in 1877 and is listed in the Riddle Cemetery with their son, Burr Hardy 1875-1899.
Note: Census data shows Ira Hardy and 2nd wife, Eunice, that had been listed in MI and they moved to Wisconsin where she had been born. Burr was listed with them in the 1880 Census but died young and was buried with his mother who had died when he was only two years old. http://search.labs.familysearch.org/recordsearch/start.html#start
Mary E Bacheler Hardy (1846 - 1877)
Eunice A Hardy (1830 - 1910)*
Burr F. Hardy (1875 - 1899)*
Plot: Block 103 w ½ of lot 3
Maintained by: Sandy Vandertol
Originally Created by: L.G. Overmyer
Record added: Mar 12, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 49620019
This states son Burr buried in Michigan also confirmed by obit articles. Riverside has him in Block 3 where his father is. I have left the memorial and posted the obits for reference. If any family wishes me to delete this I will.|
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