|Birth: ||Jun. 1, 1824|
|Death: ||Jan. 12, 1903|
David Lane Carpenter b June 1 1824 Somerstown, Westchester, NY. He died 12 Jan 1903 at the age of 78.in Omaha, NE. He married Emeline Lawrence – daughter of Isaac and Pauline Lawrence on Feb, 12 1948 at Paterson, NY.
David was in the grocery and feed business in New York City at 209 Bowery. In 1853 he and his family moved to Lone Rock, Richland County, Wisconsin and ran a grocery store. His brother James G. Carpenter and his wife Elizabeth also moved to Richland Co, Wisc. at the same time.
In 1870 they moved to Papillion, Neb. And engaged in the general merchandise, lumber, grain , and coal. They moved to Omaha. NE in 1883 The history of Papillion NE lists D. L. Carpenter, 1874-79 as post master. The 1880 census shows that he was a resident of Papillion Village, Sarpy Co. NE. where he was a prominent merchant and businessman in the early days of Sarpy County, NE.
David and Emaline had seven children. The four oldest, James T (who lived only a few days),
Isaac Lawrance Carpenter, born Oct.1, 1850,
James Enoch Carpenter, born May 27, 1852,
Pauline Carpenter, born Dec.12, 1853,
-all born in New York City.
Henry Lane Carpenter, born August 15, 1858,
Jeannie C. Carpenter, born Feb. 25, 1861,
David Lane Carpenter, Jr., born June 14, 1867,
-all born in Lone Rock, Richland County, WI.
Civil War Service: For David Carpenter
Residence: Bear Creek, Wisconsin
Enlistment Date: 24 Dec 1863
Side Served: Union
State Served: Wisconsin
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 24 December 1863.
Enlisted in on 24 Dec 1863.
Mustered Out on 3 Jul 1865.
Regiment: 6th Light Artillery Battery Wisconsin
Daughter Pauline Carpenter Potwin is buried in Arlington National Cem. Find a grave # 49300418
Enoch Carpenter (1786 - 1830)
Sophia Lane Briggs (1796 - 1859)
Emeline Carpenter (1828 - 1910)
James Enoch Carpenter (1852 - 1923)*
Henry L Carpenter (1858 - 1883)*
David L Carpenter (1867 - 1946)*
Cedar Dale Cemetery
GPS (lat/lon): 41.14219, -96.03364
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Originally Created by: Chuck Grubb
Record added: Apr 15, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 51170353
Co A 6th Wisconsin Light Infantry. Remember those who served.|
Added: Jun. 8, 2012
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Added: Nov. 22, 2011