|Death: ||Feb. 14, 1863|
Thomas's middle ititial has been recorded as "C" and "S," depending on the record being viewed. He enlisted for Civil War army service in Company H, 103rd Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, as a private, August 9, 1862, at Elyria, Ohio(Lorain County) for a term of 3 years. Complexion: Light. Eyes: Hazel. Hair: Brown. Occupation: Farmer. He died of disease at Frankfort, Kentucky, February 14, 1863.
In 1860 he was shown residing in Penfield Twp., Lorain County, Ohio, in the household of Luther Winchell, 38 years old, a farmer, born in New York State. Luther's wife, Margaretta, 34, was also born in New York. They had two children: Richard, 5, born in Ohio, and Josephine, 8, born in New York. Unknown what relation they were to Thomas Bunnell unless Thomas was a hired hand. Thomas had a brother, Benjamin F. Bunnell, who also served in Company H and survived his military service. See Memorial #28501992 on Find A Grave. Thomas and Benjamin were the only two children of Bunjamin P. Bunnell(1814-Aug. 11, 1845), buried in Shaw Cemetery, Bath Twp., Summit County, Ohio, and Lucy Ellen Simmons(181-Oct. 21, 1837). For additional Bunnell family information see:
Benjamin P Bunnell (1814 - 1845)
Benjamin Franklin Bunnell (1840 - 1931)*
Thomas Bunnell (1842 - 1863)
Plot: Section: Old. Lot: 133. Grave: 04.
Created by: William Stark
Record added: Sep 23, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 76964474
Died in the service of his country, 1863.|
Added: Sep. 23, 2011