He was born on 8 August 1835 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania . He was 31 years old when he was enlisted .
He was living in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, when he was enlisted .
He also served in company K of the 19th Pennsylvania Infantry .
The Governor of Pennsylvania commissioned him as Captain of company G "from Civil Life" on 17 March 1865 .
He was enlisted and mustered into service on 20 March 1865 . He was enlisted at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was mustered into service as captain, at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania . He served as captain of company G .
On 22 March 1865, he was assigned to command company G, and to receipt to William Michael for all property in the company .
He reported that in the second quarter of 1865, company G expended 1060 .58 caliber elongated ball cartridges and 1060 percussion caps .
On 7 June 1865, he went on a leave, which expired on 22 June 1865 (4, citing SO 125, HQ 5th Corps).
He mustered out 10 July 1865 with his company .
He married Mary E Cress.
On 3 June 1901, he applied successfully from Pennsylvania for a pension.
On 6 March 1907, he again applied for a pension.
He died at 5534 Cambridge Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on 12 March 1907, at 11.45 PM, of intestinal obstruction (which he had had for four days) . He was married then, and was a carpenter . The funeral was held on 17 March 1907, from 5534 Cambridge Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (his residence). Among those invited were the ED Baker Post, number 8, GAR, and employees of AJ Reach Company . He was buried at Fernwood Cemetery, Delaware County, Pennsylvania .
On 28 June 1907, his widow, Mary E Spangler, applied successfully from Pennsylvania for a pension
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