|Birth: ||Dec. 11, 1840|
|Death: ||Nov. 9, 1862|
District Of Columbia, USA
Private, Co. I, 37 Pa. Volunteers.
Son of William and Barbara (Good) Hileman.
Hollidaysburg Democratic Standard, 19 Nov. 1862:
"DIED- ANOTHER SOLDIER GONE - We regret to announce the decease of Aaron G. Hileman, son of Wm. Hileman, of Frankstown township, and a member of Capt. McFarlane's company, 137th regiment, who died in the St. Elizabeth hospital, near Washington city, on the 9th inst., a victim of typhoid fever, a disease that has made sad havoc in the ranks of our gallant soldiers. His remains were embalmed and brought home and interred in the Lutheran grave yard, below Frankstown, on Saturday last. He was an intelligent and excellent young man, and his death is deeply lamented, not only by his companions in arms, but by a large circle of relatives and acquaintances."
Remarks by Pastor Shindler of the Hollidaysburg Lutheran Church:
"The deceased was a member of this church and a noble christian youth. In answer to the call of his country, he volunteered in Com. I., Reg't. 137, Penn and went forward to suppress the great proslavery Rebellion of 1861. He died of Typhoid fever, in the hospital, near Washington City, a sacrifice to his country..."
William Hileman (1813 - 1880)
Barbara Good Hileman (1814 - 1897)
David Hileman (1838 - 1907)*
Aaron G. Hileman (1840 - 1862)
Milton G Hileman (1841 - 1907)*
Ann Hileman Tussey (1845 - 1931)*
Plot: Old Section (lower, east), row 4
Maintained by: gary hileman
Originally Created by: Zella
Record added: Dec 08, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 12629224
|Photos may be scaled.|
Click on image for full size.