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Lieut Edward Marion Stoeber
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Birth: 1835
Vienna (Wien), Austria
Death: Dec., 1905
Fulton County
Georgia, USA

Edward Marion Stoeber was born in 1835 in Vienna, Austria, and immigrated to the United States sometime prior to 1860.

With the American Civil War being fought he enlisted and was mustered into service as a Private in Company K of the 54th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment on February 10th, 1864, at New York City, New York, for three years service, at the age of 23. He served with the regiment along the coast of South Carolina and was promoted to Corporal on April 8th, 1864, and was honorably discharged to accept a commission on June 6th, 1865. He was appointed as a First Lieutenant in the 104th United States Colored Troop Regiment on June 6th, 1865, and served with the regiment, and on the staff of General Rufus Saxton, US Volunteers, from September 1865 to January of 1866, until he was mustered out of service with the Regiment on February 5th, 1866. After being mustered out he was re-appointed as a Second Lieutenant in the 128th United States Colored Troop Regiment on February 9th, 1866, and mustered out of service with that Regiment on October 10th, 1866.

In 1867 he moved to Columbia, South Carolina, residing in the city until 1892 when he moved with his family to Atlanta, Georgia. In 1873 he married Miss Fannie Louise Stolbrand, the daughter of General Carlos J. Strolbrand, U.S. Volunteers, and the couple had eleven children.

On May 27th, 1892, he joined and was admitted to membership in the Charles Devens Jr. Post No. 10, Department of Georgia & South Carolina, Grand Army of the Republic, and remained a member until 1892 when he transferred his membership to the Ormsby M. Mitchel Post No. 1 of Atlanta, Georgia.

Lieutenant Stoeber died at his home in Atlanta, Georgia, in December of 1905, and his remains were brought back to Columbia for burial, and were interred with the services being conducted by the members of the Devens Post of the Grand Army of the Republic. 
Family links: 
  Fannie Louise Stolbrand Stoeber (1853 - 1937)*
  Otto Stoeber (____ - 1890)*
  Karl August Stoeber (____ - 1907)*
  Edward Fabian Stoeber*
  Edward Marion Stoeber (1882 - 1926)*
  Nellie Stoeber Sieben (1886 - 1949)*
  Alma Stoeber (1886 - 1886)*
*Calculated relationship
Elmwood Memorial Gardens
Richland County
South Carolina, USA
Created by: Kenneth Robison II
Record added: Dec 22, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 63240909
Lieut Edward Marion Stoeber
Added by: Kenneth Robison II
Lieut Edward Marion Stoeber
Added by: Kenneth Robison II
Lieut Edward Marion Stoeber
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