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 Edward Garlick

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Edward Garlick

Birth
Chertsey, Runnymede Borough, Surrey, England
Death
25 Jan 1931 (aged 82)
Sturgis, Meade County, South Dakota, USA
Burial
Sturgis, Meade County, South Dakota, USA
Plot
section 1 lot 144
Memorial ID
70196830 View Source

cemetery records: Ed. J. Garlick Sr.
7th Cav G Co

By trade he was a laborer.
He enlisted in the 7th U.S. Cavalry on 14 April 1876. He was placed in Company G under Donald McIntosh. Company G was one of the companies that was under Marcus Reno at the Battle of the Little Big Horn in June 1876.
However, Garlick who was a 1st Sgt. in Company G was on a furlough at the time, and possibly that saved his life.
-provided by Charlott Jones

1. He was born in 1848 not 1846.
2. For many years he was a mail carrier between Sturgis and Fort Meade, South Dakota.
3. He re-enlisted in April 1876. In fact it was his third of five enlistments in the US Army. He was assigned to Company G in 1871.
-provided by Peter Russell

cemetery records: Ed. J. Garlick Sr.
7th Cav G Co

By trade he was a laborer.
He enlisted in the 7th U.S. Cavalry on 14 April 1876. He was placed in Company G under Donald McIntosh. Company G was one of the companies that was under Marcus Reno at the Battle of the Little Big Horn in June 1876.
However, Garlick who was a 1st Sgt. in Company G was on a furlough at the time, and possibly that saved his life.
-provided by Charlott Jones

1. He was born in 1848 not 1846.
2. For many years he was a mail carrier between Sturgis and Fort Meade, South Dakota.
3. He re-enlisted in April 1876. In fact it was his third of five enlistments in the US Army. He was assigned to Company G in 1871.
-provided by Peter Russell


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FATHER
EDWARD
GARLICK
1846-1931


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