|Birth: ||Apr., 1843|
CIVIL WAR VETERAN
Served on the Gunboat-Kickapoohe. Landsman really did not take part in the basic operation of the gunboat but rather served very similar to a detachment of Marines as they are sometime utilized today. If a shore party was needed they were sent armed very much like the infantry.
In the 1880 census, Amos is listed as a farmer in Ingham, Ingham, Michigan.
Amos's mother is Louis Hobart Crosman who died October 15, 1844-shortly after Amos's birth-buried unknown. She married Ebenezer in about 1835. Besides Amos there was two other children-Harriet born in 1839 and Jennie born in 1841.
Ebenezer H Crosman (1815 - 1892)
Ellen E Sawyer Crosman (1848 - 1937)*
Courtland B Crossman (1872 - 1961)*
Plot: Lot 631 Row 10 Sec 1A
Created by: DTQuester
Record added: Oct 10, 2009
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