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Pvt William Smith Lemmon

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Pvt William Smith Lemmon Veteran

Birth
Belmont County, Ohio, USA
Death
4 Jan 1865 (aged 31)
Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee, USA
Burial
Madison, Davidson County, Tennessee, USA Add to Map
Plot
G, 8632
Memorial ID
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William was my 3rd great grandfather. He was a resident of Story county, Iowa when he enlisted in Company K, 32nd Iowa Infantry Regiment on December 23, 1863. According to William's Civil War service record, he was severely wounded on December 10, 1864 near Nashville, Tennessee, while on picket duty before the Battle of Nashville. He died from his wounds at Cumberland General Hospital on January 4, 1865.

He married Mary Ellen May on Nov. 18, 1851. They had five children: Charlotte A. Pitsor, John William Lemon, Jane Yocum, Phoebe Ellen Pitsor, and George Washington Lemon.

Mary May Lemon died of unknown causes on 12 Apr 1866. In January 1867 William's children were living at the Iowa Soldiers Orphans Home in Davenport, IA. His daughter Charlotte named her son after her father, William S. Pitsor.
William was my 3rd great grandfather. He was a resident of Story county, Iowa when he enlisted in Company K, 32nd Iowa Infantry Regiment on December 23, 1863. According to William's Civil War service record, he was severely wounded on December 10, 1864 near Nashville, Tennessee, while on picket duty before the Battle of Nashville. He died from his wounds at Cumberland General Hospital on January 4, 1865.

He married Mary Ellen May on Nov. 18, 1851. They had five children: Charlotte A. Pitsor, John William Lemon, Jane Yocum, Phoebe Ellen Pitsor, and George Washington Lemon.

Mary May Lemon died of unknown causes on 12 Apr 1866. In January 1867 William's children were living at the Iowa Soldiers Orphans Home in Davenport, IA. His daughter Charlotte named her son after her father, William S. Pitsor.


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