|Birth: ||Oct. 30, 1835|
|Death: ||Apr. 1, 1900|
Timothy E. Ambler was born on 30 October 1835 in Connecticut, son of William H. Ambler and Chloe St. John. On 27 July 1860, he lived in Brooklyn, Jackson County, Michigan with his parents, wife, and other family members. He worked as a carpenter and owned $580 in real estate.
He was a resident of Brooklyn, Michigan when he enlisted on 23 September 1861 to serve in the Company Band of the 8th Michigan Infantry as a Musician Third Class. He was mustered out on 6 March 1862 in Beaufort, South Carolina. In June 1863, he registered for the draft while living in Jackson County. In 1864, Timothy was taxed as a "peddler first class."
On 15 June 1880, Timothy lived in Columbia, Jackson County with wife Nancy, daughter Nellie, and mother Chloe. He was working as an undertaker.
He applied for an invalid pension and received it on 25 November 1889. In 1890, he lived in Columbia, Jackson County. Timothy died on 1 April 1900 in Adrian, Lenawee County, Michigan from pneumonia. He is buried in Highland Cemetery in Brooklyn, Jackson County, Michigan. Timothy's widow Nancy E. Ambler received a widow's pension on 17 May 1900.
William Ambler (1807 - 1868)
Chloe St John Ambler (1807 - 1884)
Nancy Ambler (1835 - 1915)
Note: 8th MI Inf-band
Created by: Deb Hayes-Wolfe
Record added: May 08, 2007
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