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 David Marion Pantier

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David Marion Pantier

Birth
Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, USA
Death
13 Oct 1889 (aged 80)
Petersburg, Menard County, Illinois, USA
Burial
Petersburg, Menard County, Illinois, USA
Memorial ID
7798811 View Source

Son of James Pantier and Susannah Murphy Pantier. Fought in the Black Hawk War under Cap.t Abraham Lincoln, a friend of the family. His first wife, Eliza Armstrong Pantier died at the age of 36 and he married Maria Hutchins-Haram.
The earliest document in the Lambert collection for Abraham Lincoln, at the Huntington Library, is the army honorable-discharge form, filled in and signed, "A. Lincoln", dated 26 Sep 1832, issued to David M. Pantier.David Marion Pantier was the son of Susannah Cassanah Murphy (1781-1870) and James Phillip Pantier (1779-1859).

His grandfather, Philip John Pantier (1724 - 1787), was one of Daniel Boone's early companions. He came to Illinois and settled in Shawneetown, Gallatin County in 1815 and moved to Menard County, in 1826. The first pair of shoes he owned were earned trapping barefoot in the winter, carrying a board to stand on while setting his traps. It was 120 miles to the mill and he often stayed a week for his turn. He served under Captain Abraham Lincoln in the The Black Hawk War of 1832.

He married Eliza W. 'Lizzie' Armstrong (1812-1848) on August 16, 1829 in Sangamon County, Illinois.
Children:
• Nancy Susannah Clary (1830-1905)
Hannah M. Knoles (1833-1879)
John Berry (1835-1904)
James Taylor (1837-1964)
Mary Polly Torry (1839-1897)
• S. A. (1840-after 1850)
Robert Clary (1841-1922)
Elizabeth J. (1843-1848)
• Sarah P. (1845-1847)
• Catharine Heflin (1847-1922)

After Eliza died, he married Mariah (Hutches) Horrom (1820-1901) on May 20, 1849 in Menard County, Illinois.
Children:
Elizabeth J. "Eliza" (1850-1851)
Francis Marion (1852-1937) •
Mary Elizabeth (1855-1855)
Minerva Evelyn Colson (1856-1925)
William W. (1859-1859)
Infant Son (1861-1861)
Matthew L. (1864-1864)

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Son of James Pantier and Susannah Murphy Pantier. Fought in the Black Hawk War under Cap.t Abraham Lincoln, a friend of the family. His first wife, Eliza Armstrong Pantier died at the age of 36 and he married Maria Hutchins-Haram.
The earliest document in the Lambert collection for Abraham Lincoln, at the Huntington Library, is the army honorable-discharge form, filled in and signed, "A. Lincoln", dated 26 Sep 1832, issued to David M. Pantier.David Marion Pantier was the son of Susannah Cassanah Murphy (1781-1870) and James Phillip Pantier (1779-1859).

His grandfather, Philip John Pantier (1724 - 1787), was one of Daniel Boone's early companions. He came to Illinois and settled in Shawneetown, Gallatin County in 1815 and moved to Menard County, in 1826. The first pair of shoes he owned were earned trapping barefoot in the winter, carrying a board to stand on while setting his traps. It was 120 miles to the mill and he often stayed a week for his turn. He served under Captain Abraham Lincoln in the The Black Hawk War of 1832.

He married Eliza W. 'Lizzie' Armstrong (1812-1848) on August 16, 1829 in Sangamon County, Illinois.
Children:
• Nancy Susannah Clary (1830-1905)
Hannah M. Knoles (1833-1879)
John Berry (1835-1904)
James Taylor (1837-1964)
Mary Polly Torry (1839-1897)
• S. A. (1840-after 1850)
Robert Clary (1841-1922)
Elizabeth J. (1843-1848)
• Sarah P. (1845-1847)
• Catharine Heflin (1847-1922)

After Eliza died, he married Mariah (Hutches) Horrom (1820-1901) on May 20, 1849 in Menard County, Illinois.
Children:
Elizabeth J. "Eliza" (1850-1851)
Francis Marion (1852-1937) •
Mary Elizabeth (1855-1855)
Minerva Evelyn Colson (1856-1925)
William W. (1859-1859)
Infant Son (1861-1861)
Matthew L. (1864-1864)

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Inscription

D. M. Pantier / Born / Oct. 17, 1808 / Died / Oct. 13 1889 / God's children are / gathering home.


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