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William Howard Klinger
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Birth: Oct. 3, 1848
Berks County
Pennsylvania, USA
Death: Oct. 7, 1914
Maple Bay
Polk County
Minnesota, USA

Civil War Veteran

William Klinger and his wife Mathilda came to Godfrey township from the state of Pennsylvania and homesteaded in section 11 north of Maple Bay. Their farmhouse was extremely large.

Their children were Ed, Howard, Harry, Al, Bill, Frank, Jesse and Alice. They lost 4 children to tuberculosis in a period of six months. They built a small house out in the yard out of glass and screen so their children could live in the sunshine and fresh air in hopes of getting well. 
 
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 Parents:
  Michael Klinger (1823 - 1857)
  Matilda Fair Swartz (1831 - 1899)
 
 Spouse:
  Mathilda Emigh Klinger (1848 - 1933)
 
 Children:
  Harry Klinger (1880 - 1902)*
  Howard Klinger (1882 - 1902)*
  William George Klinger (1882 - 1934)*
  Edward Klinger (1886 - 1902)*
  Jessie Margrete Klinger Gjerde (1886 - 1944)*
  Alvah Klinger (1889 - 1943)*
  Frank Klinger (1897 - 1943)*
 
 Sibling:
  Anna Swartz Drexel (1843 - 1910)**
  William Howard Klinger (1848 - 1914)
 
*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling
 
Inscription:
Co C 194 PA INF
 
Burial:
Maple Bay Cemetery
Maple Bay
Polk County
Minnesota, USA
 
Created by: kateb
Record added: Nov 23, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 44710059
William Howard Klinger
Added by: kateb
 
William Howard Klinger
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Added by: Jay Rarick
 
 
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Organized at Harrisburg for 100 days July 22, 1864. Moved to Baltimore, Md., July 22, and provost duty there till November. Attached to 3rd Separate Brigade, 8th Corps, Middle Department. Mustered out November 6, 1864. Regiment lost 2 by disease.
- Jay Rarick
 Added: Apr. 17, 2012
Thank you for your Civil War service. You are my 1st cousin 3x removed. Rest in peace.
- Jerry Fair
 Added: Feb. 11, 2012
For William
- kateb
 Added: Apr. 14, 2010
 
 
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