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 Adolphus Gustin Hardesty

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Adolphus Gustin Hardesty

Birth
Malvern, Carroll County, Ohio, USA
Death
28 Aug 1892 (aged 45)
Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon, USA
Burial
Lincoln, Lincoln County, Kansas, USA
Memorial ID
51433645 View Source

“A. G. HARDESTY was born at Malvern, Carroll County, Ohio, September 17, 1846; is by profession an attorney-at-law. Enlisted July 12, 1863 in Company A, 7th Indiana Cavalry, and served as a private; was attached to the 16th Army Corps; was engaged in the battles of Oxford, Miss., Grand Gulf, Tupelo, and Brice's Cross-roads; lost right eye while in the service; was honorably discharged March 26, 1866; is a member of Hackleman Post, No. 58, G.A.R. department of Kansas, located at Lincoln, Kas., his place of residence; served three terms as post adjutant.”
- William H. Ward, Records of Members of the Grand Army of the Republic, (1886); pg. 506.

Bio information provided by contributor Roger D. Hardesty.

“A. G. HARDESTY was born at Malvern, Carroll County, Ohio, September 17, 1846; is by profession an attorney-at-law. Enlisted July 12, 1863 in Company A, 7th Indiana Cavalry, and served as a private; was attached to the 16th Army Corps; was engaged in the battles of Oxford, Miss., Grand Gulf, Tupelo, and Brice's Cross-roads; lost right eye while in the service; was honorably discharged March 26, 1866; is a member of Hackleman Post, No. 58, G.A.R. department of Kansas, located at Lincoln, Kas., his place of residence; served three terms as post adjutant.”
- William H. Ward, Records of Members of the Grand Army of the Republic, (1886); pg. 506.

Bio information provided by contributor Roger D. Hardesty.


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