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Leander Prall
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Birth: Jun. 5, 1843
Muskingum County
Ohio, USA
Death: Mar. 31, 1918
Kitsap County
Washington, USA


PRALL, Leander
Co. K, 7th Indiana Infantry
He was born 05 Jun 1843 in Zaneville, Ohio. On 25 Apr 1861 he enlisted as a Private and mustered into his Regiment on the same date. He was mustered out of service at Indianapolis, Indiana on 02 Aug 1861. He supposedly re-enlisted and mustered into the 33rd Indiana Infantry. After the war, he moved to Cass County, Iowa. In 1899 he was operating a hotel and restaurant in Atlantic, Iowa when he was convicted of selling intoxicating liquors and keeping a public nuisance. He was sentenced to 120 days in the county jail. In 1901, he moved his family to Bellingham, Washington and later he moved to Bremerton where he died 31 Mar 1918. His wife, Sarah, died on 31 Jan 1939.

"A special thanks to Dan Vatne, Kitsap County Civil War Researcher, for providing this veteran's history."
Family links: 
  Gabriel Prall (1799 - 1850)
  Mary Heaton Prall (1804 - 1849)
  Sarah Matilda Allison Prall (1849 - 1939)*
  Pluma Bell Prall Humble (1885 - 1941)*
  Cornelius R Prall (1833 - 1875)*
  Leander Prall (1843 - 1918)
*Calculated relationship
Ivy Green Cemetery
Kitsap County
Washington, USA
Maintained by: Gail Doss Howard
Originally Created by: Margie & Bob
Record added: Mar 29, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 35323161
Leander Prall
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Leander Prall
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