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manwwings (#47106546)
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Karen A. Astling
ivins and Ivens
I added headstone pictures to some of the memorials.

Added by Karen A. Astling on Apr 05, 2015 11:48 AM

Karen A. Astling
RE: aaron ivins
Glad to help. I am not a relation but it was interesting. Phew I'm done... I added all the obits I could find.

Added by Karen A. Astling on Mar 05, 2015 6:52 PM

Karen A. Astling
aaron ivins

Andersonville Prisoners of War
Surname:Aaron Ivins
Arm of Service:INFANTRY
Death Date:28 Aug 1864
Cause of Death:DIARRHEA
Remarks:A. JONES, p. 10 [3]
More Information:NO

U.S., Civil War Draft Registrations Records, 1863-1865
Name:Aaron Ivins
Residence:York, Elkhart, Indiana
Congressional District:10th
Age on 1 July 1863:22
Estimated Birth Year:abt 1841
He enlisted with his brothers Olven, William, Delison

U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865
Name:Aaron Ivins
Regiment State/Origin:Indiana
Regiment Name:88 Indiana Infantry
Regiment Name Expanded:88th Regiment, Indiana Infantry
Rank In:Private
Rank In Expanded:Private
Rank Out:Private
Rank Out Expanded:Private
Film Number:M540 roll 37

U.S., Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles, 1861-1865
name:Aaron Ivins
Enlistment Date:11 Aug 1862
Rank at enlistment:Private
State Served:Indiana
Was POW?:Yes
Survived the War?:No
Service Record:Enlisted in Company I, Indiana 88th Infantry Regiment on 11 Aug 1862.Mustered out on 28 Aug 1864 at Andersonville, GA.
Sources:Report of the Adjutant General of the State of IndianaResearch by Laura Cox
Biography:Just thought you might be interested in a post-war picture (abt. 1893-that's my grandfather as a baby). The father in the picture is Owen D. Ivins (spelled Ivens in the CW records). He enlisted from Elkhart County, Indiana and was a part of the 29th Indiana Infantry. He was at Chickamauga with his brother Aaron Ivins who was in the Indiana 88th and Aaron was taken POW and sent to Andersonville Prison where he died. Owen is buried in Fairview Cemetery, Manton, Michigan. As added information confirmed by having the service records, Solomon Ivins (also spelled Ivens in the records) was also Owen's brother. He was in the Indiana 14th Infantry and was still in Terre Haute when he nearly drowned in the river. He was sent home and lived for awhile but died 12 Sep 1862. He is buried in the family (Ivins) cemetery in Middlebury (then called York), Elkhart Co., Indiana.

1860 United States Federal Census
Name:Aaron Ivins
Birth Year:abt 1840
Home in 1860:York, Elkhart, Indiana
Post Office:Middlebury
Household Members:
Isaac Ivins 53
Mary Ivins 45
Robert Ivins 21
Aaron Ivins 20
Solomon Ivins 18
Owen Ivins 16
Delegon Ivins 15
Newton Ivins 12
Nelson Ivins 12
Eunice A Ivins 4
Mahala Ivins 17 wife of Aaron, she remarried to a Eli Mann

1850 United States Federal Census
Name:Aron Ivans[Aron Ivins]
Birth Year:abt 1841
Home in 1850:York, Elkhart, Indiana
Household Members:
Isaac Ivans 47
Mary Ivans 33
Eleazor Ivans 21
Eliza Ivans 18
Hiram Ivans 16
Barbary Ivans 15
Rachael Ivans 13
William Ivans 12
Robert Ivans 11
Aron Ivans 9
Solomon Ivans 8
Owen Ivans 7
Deliyan Ivans 5
Nelson Ivans 2
Newton Ivans 2

Added by Karen A. Astling on Mar 05, 2015 5:00 PM

Karen A. Astling
Ivins in White Pigeon
I have entered all but Esther and Gracie Ivens listed in the White Pigeon Township Cemetery Records. Do you know the parents of William Ivins?
I will be looking for obits on Thursday, if I find them, if not I will transfer the memorials next week.

Added by Karen A. Astling on Mar 04, 2015 12:47 PM

Karen A. Astling

Added by Karen A. Astling on Mar 04, 2015 12:44 PM

Karen A. Astling
RE: Ivins in White Pigeon
Would you like me to transfer them once I have them entered. I am not related to any of them.

Added by Karen A. Astling on Mar 03, 2015 3:24 PM

Karen A. Astling
RE: Ivins in White Pigeon
I have checked the records I have. I have Walter, Edward and his wife(all spelt with the Ivens),I did not know if the record was an error. But no William(I do have a W. Ivens as the same location as Catherine but no dates). Also listed is an Esther, Gracie, Jay, Wesley Ivens, and Addie Ivins. I already added Gilbert and Sarah Ivins

Added by Karen A. Astling on Mar 03, 2015 3:22 PM

Karen A. Astling
Ivins in White Pigeon
I am about to enter Ivins into the White Pigeon Township Cemetery. Question is I have Ivins and Ivens. Walter son of Catharine Baker Ivins is listed as Ivens. He is buried next to her. R U related?

Added by Karen A. Astling on Mar 03, 2015 9:48 AM

Kel-lea Barnett Erickson
RE: Patterson/ Knapp
I have not been to Indiana .However I live in Illinois and would love to go there. Do you have the picture of David's farm? It is awesome. I am going to put it on his memorial

Added by Kel-lea Barnett Erickson on Oct 01, 2014 12:13 PM

Kel-lea Barnett Erickson
RE: Patterson/ Knapp
Wow. You have done a lot of research on the family.Great job! If you don't mind sharing I would seriously like a copy of anything you have on the family Especially the pension record. Did you find that online or did you have to send for it? Florence Genette "Nettie" Knapp was my Great Great Grandmother. She was born 31 May 1860 in Noble County, Indiana, USA (I am not sure of birth place but she was Dolly on the 1860 Census of Noble county So this is an educated guess on my part) She died 29 May 1944 in Cassopolis, Cass, Michigan, USA . She married 1st Thomas G Hogue. I have the marriage date somewhere but about 1881 .
She married 2nd (After Thomas death) George Mitchell Anderson.
I found her enumerated as the daughter of Stephen Nash. Her Great Uncle. Half brother of her grandpa David Patterson. Also sister Martha R. Mattie Knapp married the brother of Thomas Hogue, Oden Hogue. I have birth death and marriage dates on all. My email is love to share info with you.

Added by Kel-lea Barnett Erickson on Oct 01, 2014 10:17 AM

Kel-lea Barnett Erickson
Patterson/ Knapp
Hello. I was referred to you by Gary who hosts find a grave memorials for Elizabeth Patterson and Lucius H Knapp. This is the first I am hearing of Harriet. I did not know what happened to her or Sarah. I am a great great grand daughter of Florence Knapp. Who married Thomas Hogue.

Added by Kel-lea Barnett Erickson on Sep 30, 2014 1:38 PM

John L. High
RE: Photo of Joseph newman grave in Stone's River
Happy to make the photo.

Added by John L. High on Sep 13, 2012 7:51 PM

RE: Photo for Cassius Clark
Laura, I don't know for certain if the wife is there or not. Her name of course was not on the stone. If she is/was a veteran, she would be entitled to her own grave site.

Added by gmglory on Jun 09, 2012 9:22 PM

Barbara Wolf
Keighlty Cemetery
I added a memorial for Elijah Foster plus the photo. I also added just a photo of the area for Ona. Ona and Elijah are in Row 6, Grave 1 and 2. Merry Christmas. Barb

Added by Barbara Wolf on Dec 09, 2011 12:38 PM

Barbara Wolf
Ona Foster, Keighlty Cemetery
Ona Foster does not have a stone but I did find one for Elijah Foster. Like most civil war tombstones I have seen in this area, there is no date but does have the unit he served in. That may help you in finding his dates. Merry Christmas. Barb

Added by Barbara Wolf on Dec 09, 2011 12:20 PM


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