|Birth: ||Jul. 7, 1837|
New York, USA
|Death: ||Sep. 17, 1901|
Nathan was a member of Company E 37th Illinois Infantry during the Civil War.
Obituary from the Saint Charles Union, dated 26 September 1901:
"OSMER - Just as he was finishing his day's work, Nathan G. Osmer fell to the ground and in a few minutes breathed his last, Tuesday evening, September 17, 1901.
The deceased was born in the state of New York, July 7, 1837, being 64 years, 2 months and 10 days of age at date of death.
He went to Illinois at an early age and at the breaking out of the civil war enlisted in Co. E, 37 Ill. Inf., Aug 20, 1861 and served three years.
Some years after the close of the war he came to Minnesota and has lived in both Chatfield and St. Charles. He was a member of Henry Morton Post, of this city.
He was twice married. He leaves a widow and two brothers to mourn his loss. At the age of fourteen he professed faith in Christ and while living in St. Charles was a member of the Baptist church.
He was a kind and faithful husband to his invalid wife and died in the harness.
Mary Marie Short Coomber, Randall, Osmer (1849 - 1902)*
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