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Henry Denious

Death 16 Jul 1920
Burial Johnson City, Washington County, Tennessee, USA
Plot E, 12, 3
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Memorial ID 574311 · View Source
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Henry Denius (sometimes spelled Denious) was born about 1840. He was a member of the Union Army. He married Emma Miller July 5, 1870. He was a postmaster in Turbotville, PA. After his wife's death in 1910, he ended up being a resident of the National Home of Disabled Volunteer Soldiers in Washington, Tennessee.

U. S. Nationa Homes for Disabled Voluntter Soldiers,, Henry Denios, enlisted on April 22, 1861 at Harrisburg, PA rank of Private, Company G, 11 Pa., Inf., Discharged on June 30, 1861 in Hagerstown , MD, cause of discharge: Disability, Disablilites when admitted to Disabled Volunteer Solider Home: slight inquial Hernia, Chronic Rhematism, cardio hypertrophy dilation., born: PA, age 71, can read and write, Religion: REF, occuapation: Gardner, Residence subesquent to discharge: Temple, PA, widowers, Name of nearest relative: Hattie Denious of Milton, PA, Note: in case of death, to C H Hunter, 2nd ??Bdlg, Reading, PA , rate of pension : 10, date of admission, readmission and transfer: 1st ad. S.B. 17-10-11. ???? S. B. nov 8 , 18,,Death date: July 16, 1920 due to chronic Interstilial nephrisits, Effects: $6.25 cash, $85.00 pension money, Personal, appraised at $9.15 , Location of grave and remarks: A-12-3 19/7/20 8 am.

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  • Added: 25 Feb 2000
  • Find A Grave Memorial 574311
  • Find A Grave, database and images ( : accessed ), memorial page for Henry Denious (unknown–16 Jul 1920), Find A Grave Memorial no. 574311, citing Mountain Home National Cemetery, Johnson City, Washington County, Tennessee, USA ; Maintained by US Veterans Affairs Office (contributor 5) .