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 George V Peterman

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George V Peterman

Birth
Pennsylvania, USA
Death 27 Dec 1903 (aged 67)
Prescott, Yavapai County, Arizona, USA
Burial Prescott, Yavapai County, Arizona, USA
Plot Section: C, Lot: 06, Site: 22b
Memorial ID 203310510 View Source
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Civil War: Company G, 33rd Pennsylvania Infantry (Emergency, 1863) (3 months)

George Peterman enlisted and mustered-in as Private, Company G, 33rd Pennsylvania Infantry (Emergency, 1863) (3 months), June 26, 1863 and mustered-out August 4, 1863.

George Peterman, age 41 years, single and employed as an Engineer, was enumerated during June 1880, at [Mineral] Park, Mohave County, Arizona Territory.

George V. Peterman married Miriam W. Carfrey at Cochise, Cochise County, Arizona Territory, during 1887.

Geo. B (sic, V). Peterman, age 56 years, was enumerated June 5, 1900, at 240 North Granite Street, Prescott, Yavapai County, Arizona Territory, with Miriam Peterman 48. The enumeration shows that George V. Peterman was employed as a Janitor-School and that his nativity was Pennsylvania.

George Peterman, an old time Arizonan, aged 64 years, died at his home in this city yesterday morning. He leaves a wife to mourn his death. He was for some month's janitor of the public-school building. He was by trade an engineer and ran engines at the mines around Tombstone in the early days of that town. (Prescott Morning Courier, Prescott, Arizona Territory, 28 December 1903, 3:1) The funeral of Geo. Peterman, who died Sunday, will take place this afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Marina street Methodist church under the auspices of the G.A.R. (Prescott Morning Courier, Prescott, Arizona Territory, 29 December 1903, 3:1) George Peterman, at one time a resident of this county, died at his home in Prescott, a few days ago. Mr. Peterman was an engineer and was employed in the old Mineral Park mine many years ago. When the great mines of Tombstone were discovered Mr. Peterman went there and remained in that camp for many years, finally moving to Prescott. He was an agreeable fellow and had many friends among the old residents of this county. (Mohave County Miner, Kingman, Arizona Territory, 2 January 1904, 2:3)

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