|Death: ||Nov. 10, 1870|
[Excerpted from Wabash County History, pub. 1884, pg 209-A]
Tipton D. Clary, who enlisted in the Second Regiment of Ohio Volunteer Infantry in April 1861 for the three month's service. He took part in the first battle at Bull Run on the 3rd of July following, and at the end of his term of service re-enlisted in the Thirty-fifth Regiment of Ohio Volunteers. After serving two years, he was honorably discharged for disability.
Recovering his health, however, he again re-enlisted, this time with Company L, First Indiana Heavy Artillery, and with it served to the end of the war.
He was mustered out at Baton Rouge, La., on the 10th of January 1866, having in the meantime been promoted to First Lieutenant for meritorious conduct. At the time of his muster-out, he had been in service nearly five years. But his health was undermined, and he died of consumption on the 10th of November 1870 at Wabash.
Hiram Clary (1810 - ____)
Elizabeth Baker Clary (1813 - 1856)
Note: Originally buried in Hanna Cemetery; re-interred 26 October 1904 in Falls Cemetery.
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