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 William J. Halderman

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William J. Halderman

Birth
Death
30 Jan 1917 (aged 76)
Burial
Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA
Memorial ID
57680378 View Source

J. HALDERMAN, Treasurer of Pawnee County, Pawnee City, was born in Butler County, Penn., where he was identified with farming until the breaking out of the war, at which time he enlisted in Company C, Eleventh Pennsylvania Reserves, and served until September, 1864, when he was honorably discharged as Lieutenant Company C. After the war, he took up mercantile business, and prosecuted it in Pennsylvania until 1871, when he came here, and has been identified with the mercantile and farming interests of this locality since. In 1873, he was married to Miss Ida Fulton, who was born and reared in Iowa. They have a family of three sons -- Fulton, Dick and Charles. Mr. Halderman has been active in the social, business and political life of this locality; has served his county in the State Legislative Assembly of 1873 and 1875, and is the present incumbent of the Treasurership.

SOURCE: "Andreas' History of the State of Nebraska", Written by William Cutler. First published in 1882 by A.T. Andreas (proprietor) of the "Western Historical Company", of Chicago, IL.. Pawnee County: transcribed by Dick Taylor.

J. HALDERMAN, Treasurer of Pawnee County, Pawnee City, was born in Butler County, Penn., where he was identified with farming until the breaking out of the war, at which time he enlisted in Company C, Eleventh Pennsylvania Reserves, and served until September, 1864, when he was honorably discharged as Lieutenant Company C. After the war, he took up mercantile business, and prosecuted it in Pennsylvania until 1871, when he came here, and has been identified with the mercantile and farming interests of this locality since. In 1873, he was married to Miss Ida Fulton, who was born and reared in Iowa. They have a family of three sons -- Fulton, Dick and Charles. Mr. Halderman has been active in the social, business and political life of this locality; has served his county in the State Legislative Assembly of 1873 and 1875, and is the present incumbent of the Treasurership.

SOURCE: "Andreas' History of the State of Nebraska", Written by William Cutler. First published in 1882 by A.T. Andreas (proprietor) of the "Western Historical Company", of Chicago, IL.. Pawnee County: transcribed by Dick Taylor.


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11 PA Reserves Sgt. Co. C


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