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CPL Nicholas Aaron Bovee

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CPL Nicholas Aaron Bovee

Birth
Blair, Washington County, Nebraska, USA
Death
20 Mar 1916 (aged 75)
Blair, Washington County, Nebraska, USA
Burial
Blair, Washington County, Nebraska, USA
Plot
Block 26 Lot 3 Grave 4 Elev. 1084'
Memorial ID
57412096 View Source

Served as Corporal with Co. E of the 7th IL Infantry during the Civil War per list of veteran burials in Nebraska.

"The Daily News", Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, Tuesday, October 8, 1912, THE BYSTANDER'S NOTES, Charles S. Rogers, Publisher.

Word was received today by Mr. John D. Dugdale of this city of the death, at his home at Lincoln, Nebr., Monday, of Mr. William Harrison, formerly of this city. Mr. Harrison left here over twenty years ago and lived in the Andrews residence, corner of Harrison and Warren streets. Before coming to town he farmed in Marion township on a farm adjoining the Foreman place. He married a Miss Rachael Dugdale, an aunt of Mr. John Dugdale, and was nearly ninety years of age. He will be buried at Lincoln.
Contributor: Pat Ryan White (20188416)

Grand Island (Nebraska) Daily Independent
Thursday, 23 March 1916, page 5
Soldiers' Home Notes
Comrade Rev. Nicholas A. Bovee, who was partially blind and confined to the west hospital, left a short time ago under the care of an attendant to visit with his children, was stricken with a stroke of paralysis which cut his visit short and despaired him of his life. His remains will be laid to rest by the side of his wife at Blair. Mr. Bovee was a late corporal of Company E. Seventh Illinois infantry, and was admitted to the Burkett home on September 26, 1911, from Washington county, this state. He was a veteran in every sense of the word for he served his country four years from 1861 to 1865 and was in forty-two engagements. He was a man who was beloved by all who knew him and his departure from this earth will be greatly felt by all Home members.
Contributor: diaNEB (47466150)

Served as Corporal with Co. E of the 7th IL Infantry during the Civil War per list of veteran burials in Nebraska.

"The Daily News", Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, Tuesday, October 8, 1912, THE BYSTANDER'S NOTES, Charles S. Rogers, Publisher.

Word was received today by Mr. John D. Dugdale of this city of the death, at his home at Lincoln, Nebr., Monday, of Mr. William Harrison, formerly of this city. Mr. Harrison left here over twenty years ago and lived in the Andrews residence, corner of Harrison and Warren streets. Before coming to town he farmed in Marion township on a farm adjoining the Foreman place. He married a Miss Rachael Dugdale, an aunt of Mr. John Dugdale, and was nearly ninety years of age. He will be buried at Lincoln.
Contributor: Pat Ryan White (20188416)

Grand Island (Nebraska) Daily Independent
Thursday, 23 March 1916, page 5
Soldiers' Home Notes
Comrade Rev. Nicholas A. Bovee, who was partially blind and confined to the west hospital, left a short time ago under the care of an attendant to visit with his children, was stricken with a stroke of paralysis which cut his visit short and despaired him of his life. His remains will be laid to rest by the side of his wife at Blair. Mr. Bovee was a late corporal of Company E. Seventh Illinois infantry, and was admitted to the Burkett home on September 26, 1911, from Washington county, this state. He was a veteran in every sense of the word for he served his country four years from 1861 to 1865 and was in forty-two engagements. He was a man who was beloved by all who knew him and his departure from this earth will be greatly felt by all Home members.
Contributor: diaNEB (47466150)

Gravesite Details

Cemetery records list him as N. A. Bovee.


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