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Capt Josiah Frederick Blickensderfer

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Capt Josiah Frederick Blickensderfer

Birth
Gnadenhutten, Tuscarawas County, Ohio, USA
Death
1 Sep 1898 (aged 63)
Los Angeles County, California, USA
Burial
Altadena, Los Angeles County, California, USA
Plot
GAR Section, Grave 3
Memorial ID
7920929 View Source

Died at age 63 in Los Angeles, California. Civil War veteran. Served in Co. C, 189th Ohio Volunteer Infantry. Military information found on NARA film M522 Roll 9.

Was listed in the Mountain View Cemetery directory inventoried by the DAR in 1930-1933, compiled by Margaret J. Schulz, and published by The Southern California Genealogical Society, Burbank, California.

marriage to Louisa C Gram 24 Sep 1857
Marriage to Sarah R Gram 1 May 1864
add another child: Susan Blickensderfer 1870-1931 #133374737

Was mentioned in an article in the Pasadena Star, 5/29/1902, Page 6, Column 3, "Complete list of the soldier graves contained in the local cemetery and to be decorated by the veterans tomorrow."

Is listed in the Soldiers and Sailors System at www.itd.nps.gov/cwss/

Obituary Los Angeles Times - September 1, 1898, Page 13: J. F. Blickensderfer, a farmer, aged 63 years, died this afternoon at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. Anna Romig, in North Pasadena. He came here about eighteen months ago from Washington, Iowa. He had been an invalid for a long time. The burial will be at Mountain View.

Note: An extensive biography of Capt. Blickensderfer can be found at http://tinyurl.com/4bjr3

Died at age 63 in Los Angeles, California. Civil War veteran. Served in Co. C, 189th Ohio Volunteer Infantry. Military information found on NARA film M522 Roll 9.

Was listed in the Mountain View Cemetery directory inventoried by the DAR in 1930-1933, compiled by Margaret J. Schulz, and published by The Southern California Genealogical Society, Burbank, California.

marriage to Louisa C Gram 24 Sep 1857
Marriage to Sarah R Gram 1 May 1864
add another child: Susan Blickensderfer 1870-1931 #133374737

Was mentioned in an article in the Pasadena Star, 5/29/1902, Page 6, Column 3, "Complete list of the soldier graves contained in the local cemetery and to be decorated by the veterans tomorrow."

Is listed in the Soldiers and Sailors System at www.itd.nps.gov/cwss/

Obituary Los Angeles Times - September 1, 1898, Page 13: J. F. Blickensderfer, a farmer, aged 63 years, died this afternoon at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. Anna Romig, in North Pasadena. He came here about eighteen months ago from Washington, Iowa. He had been an invalid for a long time. The burial will be at Mountain View.

Note: An extensive biography of Capt. Blickensderfer can be found at http://tinyurl.com/4bjr3


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