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Pvt Alfred John Hickle
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Birth: Mar. 2, 1846
Clarksville
Butler County
Iowa, USA
Death: Jan. 18, 1933
Clarksville
Butler County
Iowa, USA




He was the son of John Hickle (24 Aug 1812-16 Dec 1894) and Hester Van Gundy Hickle (7 Jul 1820-26 Jun 1910).

He enlisted in Company G, 8th Iowa Cavalry, on 6 Jul 1863 from his residence in Clarksville, IA and was discharged on 13 Aug 1865 at Macon, Bibb County, GA.

On 15 May 1870 he married Ann Jane McClintock Hickle (21 Apr 1853-9 Jun 1937). They had two children; Alvin D. Hickle (18 Feb 1872-1952), and Florence Mable Wooldridge (26 Jun 1879-1922).

On 30 Jun 1880 he was given an invalid pension (#402337), certificate #342797.

On 10 Feb 1933 his widow Ann Hickle was given a pension (#1730920), certificate #A-1-27-34.


 
 
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 Parents:
  John Hickle (1812 - 1894)
  Hester Van Grundy Hickle (1820 - 1910)
 
 Spouse:
  Ann Jane McClintock Hickle (1853 - 1937)*
 
 Children:
  Alvin D Hickle (1872 - 1952)*
  Florence M Hickle Wooldridge (1879 - 1974)*
 
 Sibling:
  William H Hickle (1842 - 1933)*
  Alfred John Hickle (1846 - 1933)
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Lowell Cemetery
Clarksville
Butler County
Iowa, USA
Plot: S-1
 
Maintained by: N. Dale Talkington
Originally Created by: SFC Kathline Forrester
Record added: May 06, 2010
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- SFC Kathline Forrester
 Added: Apr. 4, 2011
 
 
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