NameAndrew Jackson MOREY
Birth8 Feb 1837, Homer, Burlington Township, Licking County, Ohio255,253,30, v. 2, p. 721-722.
Death25 Jan 1909, Wapakoneta, Auglaize County, Ohio1178 Age: 71
Burial27 Jan 1909, Greenlawn Cemetery, Wapakoneta, Auglaize County, Ohio265,17
OccupationBlacksmith, Carriage Maker, U.S. Treasury Dept.
MilitaryCivil War, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, 99th, Co. K and 50th, Co. E, Corporal
FatherWilliam P. MOREY (1814-1852)
MotherRebecca PATTERSON (1817-1893)
Birth16 Jul 1844, Allen County, Ohio164, p. 111.,251
Death4 Jul 1884, Wapakoneta, Auglaize County, Ohio251 Age: 39
FatherRobert McMURRAY (-<1850)
MotherMary HURST (1818-1896)
Marriage31 May 1860, Auglaize County, Ohio1711
ChildrenMary "Minnie" (1862-1949)
 Nettie Simpson (1866-1940)
 Jane Elizabeth (Never married) (1869-1968)
 William B. (1871-)
 Charlie (Died as Infant) (~1871-~1871)
 Katherine Linzie (1881-1980)
Notes for Andrew Jackson MOREY

Biographical Sketch (1917):30, v. 2, p. 721-722. "Andrew J. and Sophia (McMurray) Morey were born in Ohio, and both families have been long and prominently identified with the state. Andrew J. Morey was born in Licking County, Ohio, February 12, 1837, and died January 25, 1909. His wife was born in Putnam County, Ohio, in 1840 and died July 4, 1878. They were married in Auglaize County. Andrew Morey was a blacksmith by trade, and followed that business in Wapakoneta for a number of years. He was also a gallant soldier of the Union army during the Civil War. He enlisted in Company K of the Ninety-ninth Ohio Infantry, and was in service for three years. At the battle of Stone River he was wounded and captured, and he experienced the hardships and sufferings of confinement in Libby Prison for three months. Some years after the war he was appointed to a position in the Treasury Department at Washington, and was there twelve years. He was taken ill in Washington, and died a few days after his return to Wapakoneta. He was a republican, active in behalf of the party though not for himself, and was a well-read and highly-intelligent gentleman. In church affiliation he was a member of the Christian Church and still later a member of the Lutheran denomination. He and his wife had five children: Minnie, wife of A. M. Getz, a railroad man living at Wapakoneta; Nettie, wife of Charles S. Whiteman, who is in the newspaper business at Wapakoneta; Miss Jennie; Katherine L., wife of F. A. Klipfel, now mayor of Wapakoneta; and William B., who is fourth in age and older than his sister Katherine."

1837 Birthdate:30, v. 2, p. 721-722. Birthdate on tombstone assumed to be incorrect due to conflict with birth date of brother Wilson. Birthdate information taken from Winter’s A History of Northwest Ohio.

1840 U.S. Census:1489 Andrew enumerated in the household of his father William Morey in Burlington Township, Licking County, Ohio as one of two males under the age of 5; Andrew was age 3 or 4. The other male was his brother Wilson, age 2.

1850 U.S. Census:1636 Andrew Jackson Morey enumerated in the household of his father William Morey in Moulton Township, Auglaize County, Ohio as a male, age 14, born in Ohio. Six siblings (Andrew, Wilson, Clarinda, Martin, Stillman, Ephraim, and Matilda) also resided in the household.

1860 U.S. Census:2211
Auglaize County, Ohio (St. Marys Township)
Enumerated 17 June 1860
Jackson Moser •• 23, male, blacksmith, real estate value $300, real property value $50, born in Ohio, married within the year, attended school within the year
Sophia •• 16, female, born in Ohio, married within the year
Mary McMurry •• 38, female, born in England << Sophia’s mother, a widow
Name is clearly written as "Moser." However, all other evidence indicates this is the household of Andrew Jackson Morey.

1862/65 Ohio 99th Volunteer Infantry Regiment History::32, p. 46. "The 99th O.V.I. was mustered into service Aug. 26, 1862, and included one company from Auglaize County. It left Camp Lima Aug. 31, under orders to report at Lexington, Ky. It participated against Bragg in the retreat to Wild Cat, then marched against John Morgan, who was pushed from his own ground, but without any significant result. Again it moved toward Nashville, took part in the battle of Stone River, and advanced on Murfreesboro.' It next operated in the Tennessee and Sequatchie Valleys but moved in time to engage in the battle of Chickamauga. It afterward entered Lookout Valley, engaged in the ‘battle above the clouds,’ and the following day swept over Mission Ridge. After these engagements it went into camp until it moved in the Atlanta campaign, when it participated in the battles of Kenesaw and Pine Mountain, Atlanta, Jonesboro', and Lovejoy. It then started in pursuit of Hood, via Resaca to Duck River, and after opening communications, was ordered to Franklin. From here it proceeded to Nashville, where it took a position in front of the city, and moved against Hood’s entrenchments. The entrenchments were carried and the rebel guns turned upon the retreating army, which was pursued as far as Columbia. Here the 99th was consolidated with the 50th Ohio, after which it moved to Wilmington, Kingston, Goldsboro’, Raleigh, Greensboro’, and was finally mustered out at Salisbury, N.C., June 26, 1865."

1862/65 Ohio 99th Volunteer Infantry Regiment Company K:3, v. 5, p. 406. Mustered in Aug. 26, 1862, at Camp Lima, O., by C. O. Howard, Captain 18th Infantry, U.S.A. Consolidated with the 50th O.V.I. Dec. 31, 1864.

1862/65 Ohio 99th Volunteer Infantry Regiment Battles:3, v. 5, p. 381. This Regiment was organized at Lima., O., August 26, 1862 to serve three years. It was consolidated with the Fiftieth Regiment, Ohio Infantry, December 31, 1864. The official list of battles in which this Regiment bore an honorable part is not yet published by the War Department, but the following list has been compiled after careful research during the preparation of this work:

Stone River, Tenn. •• December 31, 1862 to Jan. 2, 1863
Chickamauga, Ga. •• September 19-20, 1863
Lookout Mountain, Tenn. •• November 24, 1863
Mission Ridge, Tenn. •• November 25, 1863
Rocky Face Ridge, Ga. •• May 7, 1864
Resaca, Ga. •• May 13-16, 1864
Dallas, Ga. •• May 25 to June 4, 1864
Kenesaw Mountain, Ga. •• June 14, 1864
Pine Mountain, Ga. •• June 14, 1864
Atlanta, Ga. •• July 28 to Sep 1, 1864
Jonesboro, Ga. •• August 31 to Sept. 1, 1864
Lovejoy Station, Ga. •• September 2-6, 1864
Nashville, Tenn. •• December 15-16, 1864

1862/65 Military Service:3, v. 4, p. 565 and v. 5, p. 407. Morey, Andrew J.; Rank: Private; Age: 26; Date of Entering Service: Aug. 2, 1862; Period of Service: 3 yrs.; Remarks: Reduced from Corporal ——: transferred to Co. E, 50th O.V.I. Dec. 31, 1864; mustered out with company June 26, 1865.

1862 Muster In Roll:183 Aug. 26: Andrew J. Morey, Corpl., Company K, 99 Reg't Ohio Infantry, age 26 years, appears on Company Muster-In Roll of the organization named above. Roll dated Camp Lima, O., Aug. 26, 1862. Joined for duty and enrolled: when Aug. 2, 1862; where St. Mary's, O., period 3 years. Bounty paid $25; enlisted as a Pvt. & appointed Corpl. Aug. 25/62.

1863 Muster Roll:183 Jan. & Feb. Company Muster Roll. Andrew J. Morey, Corpl., Company K, 99th Reg't Ohio Infantry. Taken prisoner of war Jan 2/62 at the Battles of Stones River.

1863 Muster Roll:183 Mar. & Apr. Company Muster Roll. Andrew J. Morey, Corpl., Company K, 99th Reg't Ohio Infantry. Taken prisoner of war Jan. 2/63, since paroled & now at St. Marys, O.

1863 Muster Roll:183 Apr.: Muster Roll of Co. F, 2 regiment of Parole Forces for Special Muster, Apr. 10, 1863, Camp Chase, Ohio. Promoted to Sergt. Dec. 23/62.

1863 Muster Roll:183 Feb. 28 to June 30: Company Muster Roll. Andrew J. Morey, Corpl., Company K, 99th Reg't Ohio Infantry. Corpl. Morey apptd. Sergt. Apr. 29/63.

1863 Muster Roll:183 Sept. & Oct.: Company Muster Roll. Andrew J. Morey, Sergt., Company K, 99th Reg't Ohio Infantry. Wounded in action, Sept. 19, 1863.

1863 Muster Roll:183 Nov. through June 1864: Company Muster Roll. Andrew J. Morey, Sergt., Company K, 99th Reg't Ohio Infantry. Present on all rolls taken.

1864 Muster Roll:183 Andrew J. Morey, Pvt., Company K, 99th Reg't Ohio Infantry. Reduced to the ranks from Sergt July 4th, 1864 for disobedience of orders.

1865 Company Descriptive Book:182 Andrew J. Morey, Company E, 50 Reg't Ohio Infantry appears on Company Descriptive Book of the organization named above. Description. Age 26 years; height 5 feet 10 inches. Complexion fair; eyes blue; hair light; where born Licking Co., Ohio; occupation blacksmith.

1865 Muster Out Roll:182 June 26: Andrew J. Morey, Pvt., Company E, 50 Reg't Ohio Infantry, age 22, appears on Co., Muster-Out Roll, dated Salisbury N.C., June 26, 1865. Gained by transfer Dec. 21/64, pr. G.T.O. no. 192 Dept. Ohio.

1870 U.S. Census:796
Auglaize County, Ohio (Wapakoneta Village)
Enumerated July 6, 1870
Andrew J. Morey •• 32, male, white, blacksmith, personal property value: $500; born in Ohio, eligible to vote
Sophia •• 25, female, white, keeping house, born in Ohio
Mariam •• 9, female, white, at home, born in Ohio
Nettie •• 4, female, white, at home, born in Ohio
Jennie •• 2, female, white, at home, born in Ohio
Listing is preceded by Mary McMurray and her son William.

1880s GAR Member:288 A. J. Morey listed as charter member of the Kyle Post no. 41, Grand Army of the Republic, Civil War, Wapakoneta, Ohio.

1880 U.S. Census:1006
Auglaize County, Ohio (Duchouquet Township, Wapakoneta)
Enumerated 17 June 1880
Jak Morey •• white, male, 42, married, blacksmith, born in Ohio, father born in Vermont, mother born in Ohio
Mary •• white, female, 35, wife, married, keeping house, born in Ohio, father born in England, mother born in England
Mary •• white, female, 18, daughter, single, teaching school, born in Ohio, father born in Ohio, mother born in Ohio
Netta •• white, female, 14, daughter, single, at school, born in Ohio, father born in Ohio, mother born in Ohio
Jenny •• white, female, 11, daughter, single, at school, born in Ohio, father born in Ohio, mother born in Ohio
William •• white, male, 9, son, single, at school, born in Ohio, father born in Ohio, mother born in Ohio
Mary McMurray •• white, female, 55, mother-in-law, widowed, born in England, father born in England, mother born in England

1884 Death of Wife Sophia:251 Wife Sophia died on July 4, 1884.

1886 Pension Claim:175 "State of Ohio, County of Auglaize. On this 20th day of March A.D. one thousand eight hundred and eighty six personally appeared before me Judge of the Probate Count, a Court of Record, within and for the county and State aforesaid Andrew J. Morey aged 48 years, who, being duly sworn according to law, declares that he is the identical Andrew J. Morey who was enrolled on the 2d day of August, 1862, in company K of the 99th regiment of Ohio Vols., commanded by Capt. H. B. Kelly and was honorably discharged at Salisbury, N. C., on the 26th day of June, 1865; That his personal description is as follows: Age 48 years; height 5 feet 10 inches; complexion fair; hair light, eyes blue; That while a member of the organization aforesaid, in the service and in the line of his duty at Chickamauga in the State of Georgia on or about the 19th day of September, 1863, he was wounded by piece of shell on the head and during the battle of Chickamauga; That he incurred wound of left ear while on the skirmish line in Decatur, Ga., on or about the middle of July, 1864; and That he contracted scurvy while on the Atlanta campaign and in the month of June, 1864; That this is the date when he had the first severe attack although the said disease he believes was contracted while in Libby Prison in February or March, 1863; that the wound of ear has caused partial deafness of said ear and from wound of head has resulted in vertigo and disease of head; That he was treated in hospitals as follows: In Cumberland hospital, Nashville, Tenn., from Sept. 20th to about the 21st or 22nd Nov. 1863; In Marietta, Ga., for about a month in June and July 1864. That he has not been employed in the military or naval service otherwise than as stated above. That he has not been in the military or naval service of the United States since the 26th day of June, 1865. That since leaving the service this applicant has resided in the county of Auglaize in the State of Ohio, and that his occupation has been that of a blacksmith. That prior to his entry into the service above names he was a man of good, sound, physical health, being enrolled a blacksmith. That he is now very materially disabled from obtaining his subsistence by manual labor by reasons of his injuries, above described, received in the service of the United States; and he therefore makes this declaration for the purpose of being placed on the invalid pension roll of the United States. He hereby appoints with full power of substitution and revocation, L.J.N. English, of St. Johns, Ohio, his true and lawful attorney to prosecute his claim. That he as not received nor applied for a pension; that his residence is in Wapakoneta, Auglaize Co., Ohio, and that his post office address is Wapakoneta, Auglaize County, Ohio. Signed: Andrew J. Morey. Co-signers: J. J. Walter, Chas. McLain. Also personally appeared J. J. Walter, residing at St. John, Ohio and Chas. McLain, residing at Wapakoneta, Ohio, persons whom I certify to be respectable and entitled to credit, and who, being by me duly sworn, say that they were present and saw Andrew J. Morey the claimant sign his name (make his mark) to the forgoing declaration; that they have every reason to believe from the appearance of said claimant and their acquaintance with him that he is the identical persons he represents himself to be; and that they have no interest in the prosecution of this claim."

1886 Military Pension:175 On March 25, 1886, approved for $2.00 per month as pension for "shell wound to head and g.s.w. [i.e. gunshot wound] to left ear.

1888 U.S. Treasury Watchman:
253 Began appointment as a watchman at the Treasury in Washington, D.C.

1889 General Affidavit:175 "Have this affidavit executed by Clerk of Courts or Probate Judge, if convenient. The State of Ohio, County of Auglaize. In the Invalid Pension claim No. Cert. 353181 of Andrew J. Morey, Pri., Company K, 99th Reg’t Ohio Inft. Vols., personally appeared before me, Probate Judge, in and for the County and State aforesaid, W.H. Blakeley, aged 54 years and George Chiles, aged 41 years, whose post office addresses are Wapakoneta, Auglaize County, Ohio, who are personally known to me, are reputable and entitled to full faith and credit, and who being duly sworn, say in relation to said claim as follows: That they have been personally and intimately acquainted with the above names claimant, Andrew J. Morey ever since he came home from the service, in the Summer of 1865. They have resided in the same immediate neighborhood and been near neighbors of his, and seen him, and been in company with him very frequently during the whole of this time. They are therefore able to testify to his physical condition during this time from personal knowledge and actual observation. That affiants remember when claimant returned from the service he was in very poor health, was greatly broken down and debilitated, and complained of suffering severely from an injury to the head and left ear, and also scurvy. That he said the injury to the head was caused by a shell wound, and that the injury to left ear was caused by a gunshot wound, and resulted in deafness in the left ear. The deafness was so severe that he was unable to converse with any one without much difficulty and could not hear or understand ordinary conversation and his head appeared to be considerably affected by the injury. The scurvy was quite severe and caused him much suffering his mouth was sore, gums (illegible), and his teeth were loose and some of them coming out. That he told affiants he has incurred the injury to the head and ear, and contracted the scurvy while in the service. Affiants know he continued to be troubled with the above names disability each and every year since he came home from the service, to the present time, and has been greatly disabled thereby for performing manual labor. He has not been able to do the labor of a sound man at any time and frequently been unable to labor at all. His disability has averaged from one half to total, ever since his discharge and they further declare that they have no pecuniary interest in the prosecution of this claim and that they testify to the above facts from personal knowledge, their information having been obtained by reasons of their personal and intimate acquaintance and for the reason that is stated in the above affidavit. Signature of affiants: W.H. Blakeley, G.W. Chiles. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4th day of April, 1889 at Wapakoneta, Ohio; and I hereby certify that the contents of the foregoing affidavit were fully made known and explained to the affiants, . . . and that I am unconcerned in the prosecution of this claim. Signed: Benjamin Linzie, Probate Judge."

1889 Military Pension:175 On Dec. 2, 1889, approved for $4.00 (retroactive to March 25, 1886) "shell wnd. of head and g.s.w. of left ear, and disease of mouth and loss of teeth as a result of scurvy."

1889 pension Claim:175 James Beech provided a letter in support of the Invalid Pension claim: "St. Johns, O. December 13th, 1889. Hon. Commissioner of Pensions: In reply to the written request I will state that claimant, while on the skirmish line, near Decatur, Ga., in the month of July 1864, received a severe gunshot would of the left ear. I was on the skirmish line with claimant at the time, and within a few feet of him, and saw the wounded ear, and know that it was incurred as stated above, and that it appeared to be of quite a serious character. I am positive, also, that the would resulted in deafness of said ear as claimant became so hard of hearing that it was quite difficult to converse with him in ordinary conversation. I also distinctly remember that claimant had a severe attack of scurvy, about the month of June 1864 while we were on the Atlanta Campaign. I was either with him or near him every day and heard him complain of suffering from the effects of the scurvy almost continually and know that he showed all the symptoms of being severely afflicted with said disease. His mouth was very sore, his teeth badly affected and his gums would often bleed and it was difficult for him to eat. Respectfully, signed: James Beech."

1891 Military Pension:175 On Aug. 28, pension reissued to allow a "rate of $6 per month commencing March 25,1886, and $8 from November 15, 1887, and $14 from August 27, 1888. Pensioned for shell w. of head and g.s.w. of left ear and diseases of mouth and loss of teeth, result of scurvy."

1900 U.S. Census:935 Andrew enumerated in household of his brother-in-law William J. McMurray as Andrew J. Morey brother-in-law, white male, born Feb. 1937, age 63, widowed, born in Ohio, father born in Vermont, mother born in Ohio, can read, can write, can speak English. Children Jane, William B., and Katherine also listed in household.

1909 Death:175 Died of tuberculosis on January 25, 1909. Last known post office address was 1004 7th Street NW, Wash. D.C. Was receiving $14.00 per month at time of death.

1909 Death Certificate:1178 Andrew Jackson Morey, Wapakoneta, Auglaize County; male, white; date of birth, Feb. 8, 1837; age 71 years, 11 months, 16 days; widower; birthplace, Ohio; occupation, watchman; father, Wm. P. Morey, father born in New York; maiden name of mother, Rebecca Patterson, mother born in Ohio; date of death, January 25, 1909.

1909 Obituary:252 Answered Call. A. J. Morey passed away Monday morning. Had been suffering from general debility for some time, and was in bad health when he arrived here Friday afternoon. Funeral services Wednesday morning. A. J. Morey died at the McMurray home, 201 Court street, at 1:30 o'clock Monday morning. For several years past Mr. Morey, who was employed as a watchman at the treasury at Washington, D. C., had not been in the best of health, suffering from general debility and other ailments. When he visited there last November his condition was not nearly so good as usual, and soon after he returned to Washington to resume his duties he suffered a rapid decline. He contracted a cold, and two weeks ago relatives here received word to come to Washington, D. C., as Mr. Morey was in a critical condition. Miss Jane Morey immediately left for the bedside of her father, and when she reached there he expressed a desire to return home. Fred Klipfel then went to Washington and he and Miss Morey accompanied the sick man to Wapakoneta, arriving here Friday afternoon. His condition then was bad, but he lingered until Monday morning when the hand of death beckoned him to his reward.

A. J. Morey was born in Licking County on February 8, 1837, and when a young boy moved to Auglaize County with his parents, residing on a farm north of Wapakoneta. After growing to manhood he was for a time employed as a carriage maker and blacksmith in St. Marys. He was always a hard, industrious worker, and had many friends. On May 31, 1860 he was united in marriage with Sophia McMurray, but she preceded him in death, having passed away during the year of 1883. He was a veteran of the Civil War, and saw three years of active service in behalf of his country, having enlisted in Company K, 99th O.V.I. For some time he was a sergeant in the army. A number of years after his return home from the war, he was appointed as a watchman at the United States treasury at Washington, D. C., which situation he faithfully filled for a period of twenty-one years. He attended to his duties there in a worthy manner, and there was never any occasion to criticize his work. He formed many warm attachments both in Wapakoneta and Washington, D. C., and his friends deeply mourn his death, and extend their sympathy to the relatives. He is survived by five children — Mrs. A. M. Getz, of Seymour, Texas; Mrs. C. S. Whiteman, Miss Jennie Morey, Postmaster W. B. Morey, and Mrs. Fred Klipfel, of Wapakoneta.

1909 Obituary:253 Another Civil War Veteran and Patriot has Fallen. A. J. Morey was born in Licking County, Ohio, February 8th, 1837, and while a youth came with his parents to Auglaize County, settling on a farm north of Wapakoneta, in the Two Mile neighborhood, where on plain food and with plenty of fresh air and vigorous exercise he developed into the strong man that he was, and laid the foundation for those qualities of character that are always in demand and are to be admired. He was a blacksmith and carriage maker by trade and won for himself many friends, working for a time in St. Marys. On the 31st of May, 1860, he was united in marriage with Miss Sophia McMurray who shared with him life's joys for twenty-three years when she was called to go on before from this life to the life which is to come. Of this union five children survive, Mrs. A. M. Getz, of Seymour, Texas; Mrs. C. S. Whiteman, Miss Jennie Morey, Postmaster W. B. Morey and Mrs. Fred A. Klipfel, of Wapakoneta.

Mr. Morey was a veteran of the Civil War. He enlisted in Company K, 99th O.V.I. and for a time served as sergeant in his company. He was a faithful soldier, loyal to the flag and the interests of our beloved country. He participated in the battles at Stone River (Murfreesboro, Tenn.), Missionary Ridge, Lookout Mountain, Chickamauga, Rocky Face Ridge, Kenesaw Mountain, Marietta, Atlanta, Jonesboro, Nashville, and others. At the bloody battle of Stone River on Jan. 1st, 1863, he was struck on his head with a fragment of a Confederate shell, and he was left on the field and reported as being killed. The Union army having fallen back he fell into the hands of the enemy, recovered, and was sent to Libby Prison, at Richmond, Virginia, and after four months he was paroled. In the meantime his family believing he had been slain, his wife recorded his death in the family Bible. Upon his release from the Confederate prison he returned to his home in St. Marys, but so emaciated that he looked more like a skeleton than a human being. His return home months after he was supposed to have died, and to find his wife in mourning for him, was only one of the many incidents of the Civil War. As soon as he had sufficiently recovered he rejoined his regiment, was wounded again in Marietta, Ga., but remained in the service until the close of the war. Besides being in Libby Prison for a time, he carried to his grave marks received from the enemies' weapons of destruction.

In 1888 he received an appointment to a position as watchman at the United States Treasury at Washington, D. C. he subsequently lost his position through change of administration, but was again re-appointed and continued without interruption until a few weeks ago when failing health compelled him to relinquish his work. On Friday, Jan. 22d, he was brought home with the hope that the change would benefit his health and that after resting awhile he might return to take up his work at his accustomed post of duty, but instead there came a complete collapse and with the kindest and best of treatment nothing could be done to stay the ravages of disease, and at 1:30 Monday morning, Jan. 25th, the end came. He was 71 years, 11 months, and 17 days of age. In his death the children and other kindred and friends who mourn his departure have the assurance of the sincere sympathy of his and their many friends. The funeral services were held from the home of his brother-in-law, W. J. McMurray, 201 Court Street, Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock, conducted by Dr. J. H. Culler. It was largely attended by kindred and friends and there were many evidences of genuine sorry with and for those so sorely bereft. The body was laid to rest in Greenlawn.

1909 Grave Registration Card:265 Morey, Andrew J., Auglaize County, Wapakoneta, Ohio. Date of death: January 25, 1909; place: Wapakoneta, Ohio. Cause: cirrhosis of liver. Date of burial: January 27, 1909. Date of birth: February 8, 1837; place: Ohio. Name of cemetery: Green Lawn; Locaton: Wapakoneta, Ohio. Section no.: Block No. F; Lot no.: 94. Next of kin: William P. Morey (father). Service record: War served in: Civil War; date enlisted: 8-2-1862; date discharged: 6-26-1865; branch of service: Army; rank: private; company: Company E, 50th, regiment OVI.

1909 Tombstone:17, p. 287. Greenlawn Cemetery, Wapakoneta, Auglaize County, Ohio.
Morey, A. J. / Andrew Jackson
b. Feb. 18, 1838
d. Jan. 25, 1909
Co. K, 99th OVI
Civil War
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