Charles Adams

Charles Adams

Death 19 Aug 1895 (aged 54)
Denver, Denver County, Colorado, USA
Burial Manitou Springs, El Paso County, Colorado, USA
Memorial ID 63447386 · View Source
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His Civil war records should be in the name of Karl Adam Schwanbeck because he never changed his name until 1870 that was after the Civil War. his service is unconfirmed at this time.

A Union Army Civil War veteran. Served in the 6th Massachusetts Infantry and the 21st Massachusetts Infantry.

His birth name was Carl Heinrich Albert Schwanbeck.
Born 19 Dec 1845 in Anklam, Pomerania, Prussia, Germany.
Son of Carl Heinrich Schwanbeck Sr and Johanna Maria Fredericka (Markmann) Schwanbeck.
Brother of Robert Carl August Schwanbeck, Hermann Paul August Schwanbeck, Johanna Pauline Franziska Schwanbeck and Louis Gustav Bernhard Schwanbeck.

Died in the Gumry Hotel fire.

1870 Denver, Arapahoe, Colorado Territory
Enumerated 17th June 1870
Head of the Household: Territorial Governor Edward McCook, age 38, born in Ohio,
Wife: Mary G. McCook, age 22, born in Pennsylvania
Son: Edward M. McCook, age 2, born in the Sandwich Islands
Guest/Boarder: Charles Adams, age 25, born in Prussia and was a "Clerk in store".
Charles' birth Year (Estimated): 1845
Household ID: 548; line Number: 16; Page Number: 58; Record Number: 2457[2]

February 22 1872:
Complete list of the Territorial Officials appointed by his excellency, Governor E. M. McCook, and confirmed by the Legislative Council:
Generals of Militia—First District, 11. B. Bearce, of Denver; Second District, H. F. Fitch, of Pueblo.
Brigadier General—J. Victor Garcia, of Conejos County; Charles Adams, of El Paso County."

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  • Maintained by: Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War
  • Originally Created by: Jim Davenport
  • Added: 29 Dec 2010
  • Find a Grave Memorial 63447386
  • Find a Grave, database and images ( : accessed ), memorial page for Charles Adams (19 Dec 1840–19 Aug 1895), Find a Grave Memorial no. 63447386, citing Crystal Valley Cemetery, Manitou Springs, El Paso County, Colorado, USA ; Maintained by Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War (contributor 48353502) .