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Pvt Jonas Arbaugh
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Birth: 1847
Arbaugh
Vinton County
Ohio, USA
Death: Aug. 2, 1864
Knoxville
Knox County
Tennessee, USA

Jonas' sister, Susannah Arbaugh, child number 4 of the 9 was my Great-Great Grandmother. Susannah married William Salts.
William and Susannah (Arbaugh) Salts had 10 children. My Great Grandmother, Eliza Ella (Salts) Smallridge was child number 8 of the 10.

Jonas was my Great-Great-Great Uncle.

Joseph Arbaugh and Susannah Nelson.

They were married on 06 Apr 1829 in Meigs County, Ohio.

They had 9 children.

Jonas was number 7 of the 9.

vii. Jonas Arbaugh.

He was born 1847.

He died on 02 Aug 1864 in Knoxville, Tennessee.

Military Service was Civil War,

Killed in action, Co. D, 1st Ohio Heavy Artillery Regiment.

From:
Department Of Veterans Affairs Nationwide Grave Site Locator:

1. ARBAUGH, JOSEPH
CO D 1ST HVY ARTILLERY
CIVIL WAR
DATE OF DEATH: 08/02/1864
BURIED AT: SECTION B SITE 1124
KNOXVILLE NATIONAL CEMETERY
939 TYSON STREET, N.W. KNOXVILLE, TN 37917
(423) 855-6590

Note: When Jonas enlisted the documents show that he enlisted as JONAS Arbaugh. This is reflected in three other records that I found. He is also shown at least twice in the records as JOS. Arbaugh. This could be the reason his stone says Joseph.

I have sent the certified copies of his records to the Department of Veterans Affairs and to the Chattanooga National Cemetery which manages Knoxville National Cemetery for Jonas' records to be corrected and a correction marker placed by his stone. -TLS-

Pvt. Jonas Arbaugh
Company "D" 1st Ohio Heavy Artillery Regiment - GAR
Born: 1847
Vinton County, Ohio
Killed In Action: August 2, 1864
Knoxville, Tn. (Battle of Knoxville)
Buried: August 2, 1864


LEST WE FORGET.

A Man Is Not Dead Until He Is Forgotten.










 
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 Parents:
  Joseph Arbaugh (1799 - 1869)
  Susannah Nelson Arbaugh (1809 - 1855)
 
 Siblings:
  John Arbaugh (1819 - 1885)**
  Leonard Arbaugh (1821 - 1890)**
  Joseph Arbaugh (1827 - 1889)**
  Sophia Arbaugh (1828 - 1873)**
  Sophronia Arbaugh McCan (1832 - 1869)*
  Jane Arbaugh McLaughlin (1834 - 1900)*
  Susannah Arbaugh Salts (1837 - 1900)*
  Jackson Arbaugh (1846 - 1888)*
  Jonas Arbaugh (1847 - 1864)
  Marion Francis Arbaugh (1848 - 1918)*
 
*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling
 
Burial:
Knoxville National Cemetery
Knoxville
Knox County
Tennessee, USA
Plot: B O 1124
 
Created by: Thomas L. Smallridge, Jr...
Record added: Feb 14, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 65640870
Pvt Jonas Arbaugh
Added by: Thomas L. Smallridge, Jr.
 
Pvt Jonas Arbaugh
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- RoxღEd
 Added: Mar. 9, 2012
God Bless You Jonas And Thank You For Your Service And The Ultimate Sacrifice You Made For Your Nation. Lest We Forget.
- Thomas L. Smallridge, Jr.
 Added: May. 13, 2011
 
 
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