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Pvt Samuel Cabot Arie
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Birth: 1839
Clinton County
Indiana, USA
Death: 1889
Oakley
Logan County
Kansas, USA

Private SAMUEL C. ARIE, Co. F, 86th Illinois

(Note: If Samuel C. Arie is buried here, his grave must be unmarked, if in fact it was ever marked. In March of 2015, I received the following message from a Find A Grave Contributor. "Cemetery office has no record of this person. Sorry, But the cemetery directory has no listing for this person.)

Samuel C. Arie was born on __________ __, 18__ (c. 1839/38) at __________, Indiana in Clinton County, one of a number of children born to Joseph Arie and Nancy (Humphrey/Humphries/Humphreys) Arie. Joseph was born on June 12, 1794 in Greenbrier, Virginia (now West Virginia), while Nancy (Humphries) Arie was born on August 13, 1815 in a section of Virginia that also was to become part of West Virginia. Joseph Arie was a veteran of the War of 1812 having served as a Private in Capt. McLaughlin's Co. from Virginia.
Joseph Arie and Nancy Humprey/Humpreys were almost certainly married in the 1830's and are known to have had the following children;
1. William Arie, born in Greenbrier County, Virginia on December 2, 1833; William was married to Valerie R. Maxey c. 1857; Valerie R. Maxey was born on April 27, 1838 and died on December 15, 1876; William was then married 2nd to Mary C. Hockenberry on August 12, 1877 in Knox County, Illinois. In the 1860 census, William is found as head of household at Persifer Twp, Knox Co, IL; In the 1880 census, William is found as head of household at Galesburg, Knox Co, IL. William died on December 27, 1905 at Knox Co, IL at age 72. His mortal remains are believed to lie in the Westfall Cemetery in Victoria, Knox County, Illinois.

2. Anthony Arie, born c. June 14, 1836 in Ohio; Anthony was a member of Co. K of the 83rd Illinois during the Civil War; Anthony was married to Matilda Holland on August 10, 1866, but, they are believed to have been divorced in Galesburg, Illinois on October 21, 1876; Anthony is believed to have later been married to Anna "Maggie" ___________; At the time of the 1910, this is believed to be our Anthony Arie living in Sparta, Knox County, Illinois. His parents are both listed as having been born in Virginia;
Head Anthony Arie M 73 Ohio
Wife Ana Arie F 52 Ireland
Daughter Jennie M Arie F 22 Iowa

Anthony Arie is believed to have died on April 26, 1915 in Chicago, Illinois, while Maggie (__________) Arie died on February 6, 1924; It is not known where their mortal remains were laid at this time.

3. Samuel Arie, born c. 1838/39 in Indiana; See his biography below.

4. Thomas Wesley Arie, born c. March 14, 1841/42/43 in Indiana, very likely in Hamilton County; Thomas was a member of Co. H of the 102nd Illinois during the Civil War; Thomas was married to Frances Emma Jacobs (1852 - 1931) on ___________ __, 18__ at __________, __________; Thomas died on September 16, 1926 at What Cheer, Keokuk County, Iowa and his mortal remains were laid in the Highland Cemetery in What Cheer, Keokuk County, Iowa; See his Find A Grave site for more information about his family.

5. Henry Vinton Arie, born c. July 18, 1845 in Indiana, also very likely in Hamilton County; Like his brother, Henry was also a member of Co. H of the 102nd Illinois during the Civil War.; Henry Vinton Arie was married to Sarah Fitzpatrick; Henry died on July 17, 1931 in Galesburg, Knox County, Illinois and his mortal remains were laid in the Alexis Cemetery in Alexis, Mercer County, Illinois; See his Find A Grave site.

6. Rachel Arie, born c. 1847/48 in Illinois; Rachel is almost certainly the Rachel Arie who was married to Jackson Logan on February 22, 1869 in Knox County, Illinois.

7. Elizabeth A. Arie, born c. 1850/51 in Illinois.

8. Milton J. Arie, born c. June 24, 1853/54/56 in Knox County, Illinois; Milton was married to Deriaza __________ on __________ __, 18__ at ___________, ___________; At his passing, Milton was listed as a Retired Painter; M. J. Arie died on February 19, 1933 in Galesburg, Knox County, Illinois and his mortal remains were laid in the Hope Cemetery in Galesburg, Illinois; See Milton's Find A Grave site for more information about him and his family.

9. Emily Arie, born c. 1857/58 in Illinois; Emily is very likely the Emma N. Arie who was married to Alexander M. Wesner on August 29, 1876 in Knox County, Illinois.

Joseph, Nancy and their family are found at the time of the 1850 census in Knox County, Illinois;
Joseph Arie M 54 Iowa
Nancy Arie F 34 Iowa
William Arie M 17 Iowa
Anthony Arie M 14 Ohio
Samuel Arie M 11 Indiana
Thomas Arie M 8 Indiana
Henry Arie M 5 Indiana
Rachel Arie F 2 Illinois

At the time of the 1860 census records the Arie family is found in Haw Creek Township, Knox County, Illinois;
Joseph Arie M 64 Virginia
Nancy Arie F 46 Virginia
Samuel Arie M 21 Indiana
Thomas Arie M 18 Indiana
Henery Arie M 15 Indiana
Rachall Arie F 11 Illinois
Elizabeth A Arie F 9 Illinois
Milton Arie M 6 Illinois
Emily Arie F 2 Illinois

Joseph Arie died on August 26, 1869 in Knox County, Illinois and his mortal remains are believed by some to have been laid in the Westfall Cemetery in Victoria, Knox County, Illinois, however, there is a marker for him in the Hope Cemetery in Galesburg, Illinois. Nancy Himprey/Humphries died on December 21, 1887 in Knox County, Illinois and her mortal remains were laid in the Hope Cemetery in Galesburg, Illinois.

Now to continue with the biography of Samuel C. Arie;
On August 5, 1862, Samuel volunteered at Maquon, Illinois to serve is a company which was being raised in the Maquon, Illinois area by

Name ARIE, SAMUEL C
Rank PVT Company F Unit 86 IL US INF

Personal Characteristics
Residence MAQUON, KNOX CO, IL Age 23 Height 6' Hair BLACK
Eyes GRAY Complexion DARK Marital Status SINGLE Occupation FARMER
Nativity CLINTON CO, IN

Service Record
Joined When AUG 5, 1862 Joined Where MAQUON, IL
Joined By Whom J L BURKHALTER Period 3 YRS
Muster In AUG 27, 1862 Muster In Where PEORIA, IL
Muster In By Whom N/A Muster Out N/A
Muster Out Where N/A Muster Out By Whom N/A
Remarks FURLOUGHED HOME FROM PEORIA SEP 1, 1862 & NEVER REJOINED CO

Samuel was on a furlough at the time the men of the 86th were mustered out of the service on June 6, 1865.


Samuel C. Arie was married 1st to Mary J. Long on December 20, 1869 in Knox County, Illinois

Samuel C. Arie was married 2nd to Mary D. Woodring on December 11, 1879 in Rock Island County, Illinois.

At the time of the 1885 census of Iowa, Samuel C Arie is found in What Cheer, Washington, Keokuk County, Iowa;
Samuel C Arie M 43
Mary D Arie F 33

The book "List of Ex-Soldiers, Sailors and Marines Living in Iowa, by Adjutant-General William L. Alexander, printed in, 1886" has Samuel C. Arie living in What Cheer, Keokuk County, Iowa in 1886. Samuel C. Arie is known to have died with in the next three years, before October 23, 1889, as it was on October 23, 1889 that his widow, Mary D. (Woodring) Arie was granted a Widow's Pension for Samuel C. Arie service in the Civil War.

According to a site on familysearch.org Samuel Cabot Arie (Airey) was born on March 3, 1841 in Ohio and died on June 15, 1889 in Oakly, Kansas.

At the time of the 1900 census, Mary D. Arie is found, widowed, in the Village of Orangeville, Oneco Township, Stephenson County, Illinois She is listed as being 49 and was born in October of 1851. She had no children according to this census.

Mary D. Arie died on March 17, 1930 in Orangeville, Stephenson County, Illinois at the age of 78. Her birthdate is given as October 12, 1851 in North Hampton County, Pennsylvania and her parents were Daniel Woodring, who was born in Penn., and Catherine Zetter, who was also born in Penn. Mary was listed as a housewife and her husband was Samuel Arie. Her mortal remains were laid to rest on 20 Mar 1930 in the Orangeville Cemetery in Orangeville, Stephenson County, Illinois where she resided.

by Baxter B. Fite III

(Baxter would love to hear from anyone, especially descendants of the Arie family, who might be able to add to the biographical material that we have on Samuel C. Arie and the Arie family. Baxter would also love to see copies of any other photographs of Samuel C. Arie, which may have survived the years, added to his Find A Grave site for all to see.)

 
 
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 Parents:
  Joseph Arie (1794 - 1869)
  Nancy Humphrey Arie (1815 - 1887)
 
 Spouse:
  Mary D. Woodring Arie (1851 - 1930)
 
 Siblings:
  William C. Arie (1833 - 1905)*
  Samuel Cabot Arie (1839 - 1889)
  Thomas Wesley Arie (1843 - 1926)*
  Henry Vinton Arie (1845 - 1931)*
  Milton J. Arie (1856 - 1933)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Saint Joseph Cemetery
Oakley
Logan County
Kansas, USA
 
Created by: Baxter B. Fite III
Record added: Apr 09, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 68116859
Pvt Samuel Cabot Arie
Added by: sean steckline
 
Pvt Samuel Cabot Arie
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Rest in Peace!
- Lois
 Added: Feb. 8, 2013
 
 
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