Daniel Lombard

Daniel Lombard

Birth
South Paris, Oxford County, Maine, USA
Death 25 Mar 1931 (aged 95)
Osage, Mitchell County, Iowa, USA
Burial Osage, Mitchell County, Iowa, USA
Memorial ID 10945787 · View Source
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7th Corporal-Co K 27th Regiment, Iowa Infantry

In 1857, he had gone west to Iowa; most likely with his friend N. C. Deering. Apparently the Deering family had engaged in land speculation in Iowa and Dan bought land from N. C and other members of the family.

Civil War Vet. Aug 14 1862 enlisted at Osage Iowa, 27th Regiment Iowa Infantry.
Description at that time: 27 yrs old, 5'7" light complexion, gray eyes, dark hair
Mustered in Oct.3 1862 at Dubuque Iowa, served as 7th Corporal, company K
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Obituary-

DANIEL LOMBARD
OSAGE CIVIL WAR VETERAN
DIES


Daniel Lombard, 96, oldest pioneer resident of Osage died at his home Wednesday morning, He was in falling health since Christmas, but a week before his death fell and broke his hip.

Daniel Lombard was born in South Paris, Oxford County, Maine, July 21, 1835. At the age of 8, his mother having died, he went to live in the home of Ether Deering in South Paris. After three years he was apprenticed to Henry R. Parsons with whom he stayed until he became of age, when he received from his employer $100 and a gold ring. Shortly after he came west in company with the N. C. Deering family and worked in the Deering sawmill on the banks of the Cedar River, southwest of Osage.

When the Civil war broke out he enlisted in the twenty-seventh Iowa Volunteer Infantry Company K, This company was organized by Captain Granger who in later years said that Dan's name headed the list of those who enlisted here. He served four years in the army and at the close of the War went to his old home in Maine, where, he was forced to spend the next three years in bed, With returning health, tho never completely well, he returned to Iowa, and in 1869 settled on the farm in Cedar township which he purchased in 1859.
On Jan. 30, 1877, he was married to Margaret A. Clark, the Rev. T.O. Douglass performing the ceremony. To this union were born four children: Mrs Robert M. Whipple of Charles City, Mrs. Ernest W. Woods of Faribault Minn., Herbert Daniel of Estacada, Oregon and Maud A., who died. Mrs. Lombard died July 22 1900.

Mr. Lombard continued to live on the farm until his marriage on Oct 9 1909 to Mrs. Emma Haydon of Minneapolis. They moved into the home in Osage where he since that resided. Mrs. Emma Lombard died August 3. 1922 and since that time her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ed C. Clark have lived with him. Another stepdaughter, Mrs. Nellie Haydon, lives in Milwaukee.

He leaves beside his children, 12 grandchildren and one great grandson.

When home on furlough during the Civil war service he took three degrees of Masonry and had the longest term of service of anyone in the local order.


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  • Created by: K McAlister P
  • Added: 11 May 2005
  • Find A Grave Memorial 10945787
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Daniel Lombard (21 Jul 1835–25 Mar 1931), Find A Grave Memorial no. 10945787, citing Osage Cemetery, Osage, Mitchell County, Iowa, USA ; Maintained by K McAlister P (contributor 46787693) .