Pvt Samuel Nicholas Aenchbacker Jr.

Pvt Samuel Nicholas Aenchbacker Jr.

Death 11 Sep 1901 (aged 61–62)
Burial Columbus, Muscogee County, Georgia, USA
Plot Section 1, Lot 82 (city) Section A, Lot 161 (Autry book)
Memorial ID 12132867 · View Source
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Samuel Nicholas Aenchbacher Jr., Confederate States Marine Corps, Civil War, served entire war with Co. C, CSMC, mostly on James River, including CSS Virginia, Drewry and Fredericksburg.

Birth 1839 in St. Fenner Canton, Berne Switzerland
Death Sept 10, 1901 in Columbus, Muscogee County, Georgia

Emmigrated from Switzerland to America. He arrived in New Orleans, Louisiana

Enlisted in the Confederate Marines and was later transferred to serve on the Ironclad, CSS, "Virginia" in 1862 and fought in the battle with the USS "Monitor".

1867 20 Nov, Age: 28, Marriage to Anna Elizabeth Smith at Mobile, Mobile, Alabama, United States. Samuel probably1st met Anna Smith through his working with her father and brother on the Mobile & Ohio railroad.

Working as a carpenter at the R&D railroad shop in Atlanta. Samuel traveled extensively due to his job for the railroad, from Texas to Georgia.

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