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 Charles Breeden

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Charles Breeden

Birth
Death
1899 (aged 55–56)
Burial
Decatur, Macon County, Illinois, USA
Memorial ID
47231785 View Source


Illinois Civil War Detail Report

Name BREEDEN, CHARLES M
Rank PVT
Company E
Unit 115 IL US INF
Personal Characteristics
Residence SOUTH MACON, MACON CO, IL
Age 19
Height 5' 8
Hair LIGHT
Eyes HAZEL
Complexion SANDY
Marital Status SINGLE
Occupation LAWYER
Nativity MAYSVILLE, MASON CO, KY
Service Record
Joined When AUG 13, 1862
Joined Where MACON CO, IL
Joined By Whom JOHN M LANE
Period 3 YRS
Muster In SEP 13, 1862
Muster In Where CAMP BUTLER, IL
Muster In By Whom
Muster Out JUN 11, 1865
Muster Out Where CAMP HARKER, TN
Muster Out By Whom CPT NICHOLAS
Remarks PROMOTED CORPORAL
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Daily Review 7/30/1899

The body of Charles M. Breeden was brought to this city last night for burial. Mr. Breeden died at 4 am July 28, at St. Johns hospital, St.Louis. His death was caused by locomotor ataxia. His age was 56 years. Mr.Breeden was born in Maysville, Ky. He lived in Decatur for about five years and will be remembered by the older residents of the city. He served through the war as a member of Company E, one hundred and Fifteenth Illinois infantry, General Moores regiment. On returning from the war he opened a news stand in the old post office which was then in Central block, where Greiders cafe is now. In 1870 he went to Springfield and traveled for J.F. Sloan & Co. In 1872 he went to St.Louis and entered the employ of the Mansu & Tebbtts Implement company representing them on the road through southwest Missouri until the time of his death. He leaves a wife and a daughter, Mrs. F. B. Filley of St. Louis, a sister, Mrs. J.F. Sloan of Indianapolis,four brothers, M. A. Breeden, Ogden, Utah, H.C. Breeden, Portland, Ore., William and J. M. Breeden, Santa Fe, N. M. His wife and daughter and sister are in the city, arriving last night.
Mr. Breeden was a member of Ransom Post, G. A. R. of St. Louis and the post commander telegraphed Commander Abel of Dunham post to take charge of the burial. Funeral services were at St. Louis yesterday. Durham post will meet at their hall at 2:30 this afternoon and march to Bullard chapel and escort the body to Greenwood where the interment will take place. The ritualistic services of the G. A.R. will be observed and the burial will military honors.

Obituary furnished by Janet Donner


Illinois Civil War Detail Report

Name BREEDEN, CHARLES M
Rank PVT
Company E
Unit 115 IL US INF
Personal Characteristics
Residence SOUTH MACON, MACON CO, IL
Age 19
Height 5' 8
Hair LIGHT
Eyes HAZEL
Complexion SANDY
Marital Status SINGLE
Occupation LAWYER
Nativity MAYSVILLE, MASON CO, KY
Service Record
Joined When AUG 13, 1862
Joined Where MACON CO, IL
Joined By Whom JOHN M LANE
Period 3 YRS
Muster In SEP 13, 1862
Muster In Where CAMP BUTLER, IL
Muster In By Whom
Muster Out JUN 11, 1865
Muster Out Where CAMP HARKER, TN
Muster Out By Whom CPT NICHOLAS
Remarks PROMOTED CORPORAL
Return to Search

Daily Review 7/30/1899

The body of Charles M. Breeden was brought to this city last night for burial. Mr. Breeden died at 4 am July 28, at St. Johns hospital, St.Louis. His death was caused by locomotor ataxia. His age was 56 years. Mr.Breeden was born in Maysville, Ky. He lived in Decatur for about five years and will be remembered by the older residents of the city. He served through the war as a member of Company E, one hundred and Fifteenth Illinois infantry, General Moores regiment. On returning from the war he opened a news stand in the old post office which was then in Central block, where Greiders cafe is now. In 1870 he went to Springfield and traveled for J.F. Sloan & Co. In 1872 he went to St.Louis and entered the employ of the Mansu & Tebbtts Implement company representing them on the road through southwest Missouri until the time of his death. He leaves a wife and a daughter, Mrs. F. B. Filley of St. Louis, a sister, Mrs. J.F. Sloan of Indianapolis,four brothers, M. A. Breeden, Ogden, Utah, H.C. Breeden, Portland, Ore., William and J. M. Breeden, Santa Fe, N. M. His wife and daughter and sister are in the city, arriving last night.
Mr. Breeden was a member of Ransom Post, G. A. R. of St. Louis and the post commander telegraphed Commander Abel of Dunham post to take charge of the burial. Funeral services were at St. Louis yesterday. Durham post will meet at their hall at 2:30 this afternoon and march to Bullard chapel and escort the body to Greenwood where the interment will take place. The ritualistic services of the G. A.R. will be observed and the burial will military honors.

Obituary furnished by Janet Donner


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  • Originally Created by: kpet
  • Added: 28 Jan 2010
  • Find a Grave Memorial ID: 47231785
  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/47231785/charles-breeden: accessed ), memorial page for Charles Breeden (1843–1899), Find a Grave Memorial ID 47231785, citing Greenwood Cemetery, Decatur, Macon County, Illinois, USA; Maintained by BjJ (contributor 46902476).