Union Civil War Veterans and Widows--Washington State, Part 1

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  • ID: I31410
  • _UID: 3F18852193474CC6940F2256D52A7F1FA19C
  • Name: Menzus Reynard Bump
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 28 MAY 1838 in Granville, Washington County, NY 1
  • Death: 6 MAY 1913 in Spokane, Spokane County, WA 2
  • Residence: 1900 Spokane, Spokane County, WA 1
  • Residence: 1879 Rock Falls, Dunn County, WI 3
  • Burial: Greenwood Memorial Terrace, Spokane, WA
  • Occupation: 1879 state representative for Dunn and Pepin Counties, WI
  • Note:

    Menzus R. Bump

    Residence Mondovi WI;
    Enlisted on 8/15/1862 as a Corporal.
    On 8/15/1862 he mustered into "G" Co. WI 25th Infantry
    He was Mustered Out on 6/7/1865 at Crystal Springs, MD

    * Sergt
    * 1st Sergt
    -- civilwardata.com

    --Spokesman-Review, May 7, 1913, Page 4
    Came to Spokane 24 Years Ago ? Service in War With Distinction.
    Menzus R. Bump, aged 75, for 24 years a resident of Spokane, and a pioneer Mason member of all the Masonic branches in the city, succumbed yesterday at his residence, 1829 Mission avenue, to an attack of pneumonia, after an illness of but a few days. Mr. Bump had not been in robust health at the time.

    The deceased was for the past 20 years tyler of Spokane lodge No. 34, F. and A.M., also of Electa chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star, and the York and Scottish rite bodies of the Masons of the city. He was also a member of the Sedgwick post, G.A.R., having served with distinction in a Wisconsin regiment in the civil war.

    He was born in New York state, but while still a young man removed to Mondovia, Wisconsin, whence he entered the army and whither he returned to engage in the flour milling business after the war was over. He came to Spokane with his family, and entered the real estate business. For the past few years he gave up his work and retired. He married Miss Emma Webb in 1863. She died here in 1911. With her he was an attendant of the Westminster Congregational church during his whole residence in Spokane.

    He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Maud Churchill, and Mrs. L. J. Parks, of this city, by a son Milan R. Bump of New York city, by two brothers , G.O. Bump, of Spokane, and L.T. Bump, of Post Falls, Idaho, and by a sister, Mrs. Betsy Alt, of Mondovia, Wisconsin.

    The body is at the undertaking rooms of the Turnbull company, awaiting funeral arrangements pending arrival of the son from New York.
    (courtesy of Judith Emry)
  • Change Date: 22 JAN 2014

    Father: Charles W. Bump b: 6 FEB 1803 in Hartford, Washington County, NY
    Mother: Almira Ruth Bullock b: 27 FEB 1807 in New York

    Marriage 1 Elma A. Crooker b: MAR 1843 in Canada
    • Married: 1 NOV 1868 in Eau Claire County, WI
    1. Has Children Maude Alice Bump b: 31 JUL 1869 in Wisconsin
    2. Has No Children Grace A. Bump b: 24 JUL 1873 in Wisconsin
    3. Has Children Milan Raynard Bump b: 18 MAR 1881

    1. Title: 1900 Federal Census, United States
      Repository: Census
    2. Title: Washington Death Certificates, 1907-1960
      Publication: familysearch.org
      Repository: Internet
    3. Text: Wisconsin Legislative Directory, 1879.
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