|Birth: ||Nov. 27, 1836|
|Death: ||Apr. 30, 1907|
The son of Henry & Eve Ann Wert Welty, in 1860, he was a carpenter living in Gettysburg, Adams County, and stood 5' 6" tall with brown hair and hazel eyes.
A Civil War veteran, he first served at the rank of private with Company E, 2nd Pennsylvania Infantry, April 20 - July 26, 1861. He next enlisted in Gettysburg September 18, 1861, and mustered into federal service that day in Harrisburg as 1st sergeant of Co. K, 101st Pennsylvania Infantry. Promoted to 2nd lieutenant February 5, 1863, and later detailed to Roanoke Island as ordnance officer. He was honorably discharged May 4, 1865.
He married Annie L. Hughes March 1, 1864, in Plymouth, Washington County, North Carolina, and fathered Henry S. (b. 02/06/65), Alice Minnie (b. 10/29/66), William Wirt (b. 10/06/69), Eva Jane (b. 04/20/72), Charles R. (b. 10/20/73), Anna Rose (b. 05/19/77), Sarah L. (b. 01/14/80), Frederick R. (b. 01/14/84), and John Harvey (b. 01/14/87).
Annie L Welty (1843 - 1909)
Alice Minnie Welty (1866 - 1898)*
William Wirt Welty (1869 - 1902)*
Eva Jane Welty (1872 - 1962)*
Charles R. Welty (1873 - 1900)*
Frederick R Welty (1884 - 1957)*
John Harvey Welty (1887 - 1970)*
Maintained by: Dennis Brandt
Originally Created by: pat callahan (inactive)
Record added: Mar 13, 2007
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May he & his family forever rest in peace...|
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Thank you for putting it all out there so that this country could be freed from the scourge of slavery and become the great united nation it is today.|
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