|Birth: ||Feb., 1836|
Vincent T. Biggerstaff
Born, Feb 1836 in Ken. He was a Pvt. in Co. H 11th Ken Cav. and Co. D 12 Ken. Cav., June 1863 to Aug. 1865. He was a prisoner for 16 months, taken at Springfield. He is buried in Hillcrest Cemetery.
Published February 15, 1911 in Mountain Grove, MO newspaper:
Vincent T. Biggerstaff died in this city, at 5 p.m. Tuesday, of pneumonia fever. The funeral arrangements are in the hands of Undertaker Fenwick and the burial will probably take place Thursday in the new cemetery. The deceased was 76 years of and and had lived along for some time. He was an ex-Federal soldier having served in Company H 11th Kentucky Cal. He served a long term in Andersonville prison during the war. At the time of his death, he was receiving a pension of $24 per month. His wife died a number of years ago and is buried on the Agee farm west of town, which he formerly owned. He has three children living in far western states. The deceased was a close personal friend of W. E. Young and Mr. Young was all to the aged man that an own son could have been. Practically all the care and trouble during the last sickness fell upon Mr. Young, Night Marshall Reagor and Thomas Sherrill.
Created by: Logan
Record added: Oct 01, 2006
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