|Birth: ||Jun. 15, 1829|
|Death: ||Aug. 18, 1903|
Johnstown Tribune, Tuesday, August 18, 1903:
Isaac Baumgardner, an aged and respected citizen of Scalp Level, died at his residence in that borough at 8:30 o'clock this morning after a long illness of general debility. The deceased was born in Richland Township seventy eight years ago, on the farm now occupied by Peter Wingard. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Baumgardner, have been dead for a long time. Isaac Baumgardner was a brother of Christian Baumgardner, of Johnstown; Mrs. Thomas Wissinger, Samuel, John, and Daniel Baumgardner, of Scalp Level, and Jonathan, of Geistown. The deceased spent his entire life in Richland Township and worked on a farm until a short time ago. He was married in that township many years ago to Miss Caroline Lehman, who survives him , with two sons - Henry, of Johnstown, and Elmer, of Scalp Level, both of whom are engaged in the butchering business. Mr. Baumgardner serve in the Civil War in Company 1, Fifty-fourth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, under Capt. William R. Bonaker, now of Florida. He enlisted in August, 1841 and served until December 31, 1863. He was badly wounded in the arm and hand at Piedmont. The Rev. D. S. Poling, pastor of the Scalp Level United Evangelical Church, will conduct the funeral service in the church at 9:30 o'clock Thursday morning after which the remains will be taken to the Daniel Hoffman burying ground in Paint Township, Somerset County, for burial.
Headstone has a death month of September, but should be August.
Caroline Lehman Baumgardner (1830 - 1907)*
Mary A. Baumgardner (1856 - 1884)*
Henry J. Baumgardner (1858 - 1934)*
Adam Baumgardner (1858 - 1889)*
Elmer Edward Baumgardner (1872 - 1921)*
Created by: Brian J. Ensley
Record added: Dec 04, 2010
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