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James H. Adair
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Birth: Sep. 13, 1837
Ohio, USA
Death: Jun. 19, 1901
Algansee
Branch County
Michigan, USA

Enlisted in Company B of the Fourth Michigan Volunteer Infantry on June 20, 1861, for 3 years. Served as Regimental Wagoneer. Mustered out at expiration of term of service on June 30, 1864.

Sources: " Record of Service of Michigan Volunteers in the Civil War 1861 -1865, vol. 4", also known as the "Brown Book" and personal research from the soldier's Compiled Military Service Records and Pension Application file from the National Archives.

For Further Information See:
Fourth Michigan Volunteer Infantry 1861-1866
4th Michigan Infantry
http://www.4thmichigan.com/





Son of William Adair and Joanna Campell 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  William Clark Adair (1799 - 1883)
  Joana Campbell Adair (1806 - 1878)
 
 Spouse:
  Eunice Adalaid Adair (1845 - ____)*
 
 Children:
  Harry B. Adair (1873 - 1951)*
 
 Siblings:
  Rachel Adair Fergusen (1824 - 1875)*
  Benjamin Jackson Adair (1835 - 1899)*
  James H. Adair (1837 - 1901)
  William Clark Adair (1840 - 1917)*
  Rebecca J. Adair Keller (1847 - 1914)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Inscription:
Sleep the sleep that know no waking / Dream of Battle Fields no more!
 
Burial:
West Reading Cemetery
Reading
Hillsdale County
Michigan, USA
Plot: Eastern Half Lot 492
 
Maintained by: 4th Michigan Infantry
Originally Created by: Anonymous
Record added: Jul 18, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 39596199
James H. Adair
Added by: 4th Michigan Infantry
 
 
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In memory of a dedicated soldier of the Fourth Michigan Infantry who responded to his country's "call to arms" during the American Civil War. May you rest in honor.
- 4th Michigan Infantry
 Added: Nov. 14, 2016
Thank you for choosing to be an Union Soldier to keep my country together.Your distant (Clark, Goodwin, Keller) relative.I hope you rest well. Your service is not forgotten.
- betty dove
 Added: Mar. 13, 2015

- Victoria Roberts Smiley
 Added: Jul. 25, 2014
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