|Birth: ||Dec. 11, 1840|
|Death: ||Jun. 20, 1927|
Last Officer of Regiment Dead
Capt. John C. Hutsinpiller Passed Away at Home Here Monday
Capt. John c. Hutsinpiller, 86, the last officer of the old First Ohio Heavy Artillery, died at his home in Gallipolis on Monday, June 20, 1927. He had been ill only a short time.
Capt. Hutsinpiller was born near Centenary in Green township, a son of Henry and Jane Hutsinpiller. He served throughout the civil war and was discharged with a captain's rank. In 1873 he married Miss Mary s. Stewart, who died in 1899. They became the parents of Mabel, Mrs. Moulton Houk, who is deceased, and Carlos Hutsinpiller, who lives at Nitro.
A sister, Miss Elizabeth Hutsinpiller, and two brothers, E.J. Hutstinpiller of Springfield, Ohio, and Frank Hutsinpiller of this city survive him.
For many years Capt. Hutsinpiller was connected with the lumber and manufacturing business here. He served his county in the Ohio Legislature, was in the Government revenue service for several years, served on the draft board during the World War and was until recently police judge in this city. He was a life-long member of the Methodist church, was a Mason, member of the Loyal Legion and Cadot Post G.A.R.
Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon in the Methodist church by Rev. J.R. Fields of Logan. Interment following in the Mound Hill cemetery under Masonic direction.
Gallipolis Daily Tribune
June 23, 1927
Henry Hutsinpiller (1815 - 1873)
Jane Eliza Dodge Hutsinpiller (1820 - 1915)
Infant Son Hutsinpiller*
Madalane Hutsinpiller Graham (1839 - 1891)*
John C Hutsinpiller (1840 - 1927)
Elizabeth Hutsinpiller (1842 - 1935)*
Abraham Hutsinpiller (1845 - 1922)*
Elbert J Hutsinpiller (1847 - 1934)*
Frank Elmer Hutsinpiller (1851 - 1937)*
Mound Hill Cemetery
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Record added: Nov 05, 2011
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