Emiline Alice York: Birth: 26 Sep 1876. Death: 7 Jun 1947
Note: Cindy Klein: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com David Werner -- firstname.lastname@example.org -- Historical Sketch of the 2nd Regiment Iowa Volunteers indicates that Marion York (age 23) Enlisted May 6, 1861. Marion was a residence of Richland, IA. Marion mustered on May 28, 1861. He was woulded at Battle of Corinth, Mississippi on 4 Oct 1862. Received Honorable Discharge on 17 Feb 1863. The Historical Sketch indicates that Marion was slightly wounded on April 6, 1862, during the battle of Shiloh. He was severely wounded in the right eye on Oct. 4, 1862 during the battle of Corinth. Marion was discharged from a hospital in Keokuk, IA. Discharge name was A. M. York. The Shiloh government website shows pictures of where the 2nd Iowa infantry camped and fought. The regiment was under the command of Col. J. M. Tuttle. David Werner has copies of Andrew's civil war pension and a land grant he received from President U. S. Grant for 80 acres. The document is dated Dec 13, 1871. The description of the property is: "SE quarter of the NW quarter and the NE quarter of the SW quarter of Section 35 in Township 25 of Range 33 in the district of lands subject to sale at Springfield, MO containing 80 acres.
Served in Civil War in 2nd Regiment Iowa Infantry. Enlisted in Co. E 2nd Regiment Iowa Volunteer Infantry 28 May 1861 and served in Civil War. Woulded at Battle of Corinth, Mississippi on 4 Oct 1862. Received Honorable Discharge on 17 Feb 1863. Married 2 Jul 1865 in Keokuk Co, IA. 1850 Keokuk, IA Census Andrew M. York 13 TN lvg w/ William York 28 NC; likely brothers. 1860 Jefferson Co, IA Census Marion York 22 TN. 1870 Newton Co, MO Census Andrew M. York 32 TN. 1880 Greene Co, MO Census Andrew M. York .... has a mark under the category for "Maimed, crippled, bedridden or otherwise disabled"
Living in Webster Co, MO 2 Nov 1885. 1900 Greene Co, MO Census Andrew M. York Andrew York 62 TN/Unk/Unk b. Oct 1837; Washington ED 58 sheet line #; Civil war vet-2ed IA Inf.-from 1890 special federal census-in files; Lived in Taylor or Washington Twps.-Greene Co, MO. RR 4 Box 6 Rogersville, Missouri. Died at Rogersville, Webster Co, MO 8 Oct 1921. Newton Co, MO homestead atent certificate 30 Dec 1971. Richland, Keokuk Co, IA; married by W. S. Burton J. P.
1850 1860 1870 1880 1900 William York 29 NC 1820-1821 Melissa York 16 IL 1833-1834 Narcissa Earl 20 IL 1829-1830 Andrew M. York 13 TN 22 TN 32 TN 42 TN/SC/SC 62 TN/Unk/Unk 1836-1838 Martha A. York 23 AR 33 AR/NY/TN 53 AR/NY/TN 1846-1847 Dora York 4 MO 14 MO/TN/AR 1865-1866 Tennessee York 1 MO 11 MO/TN/AR 1868-1869 Albert York 9 MO/TN/AR 1870-1871 Henry York 6 MO/TN/AR 1873-1874 Emma A. York 3 MO/TN/AR 1876-1877 Melvan L. York 17 MO/TN/AR Aug 1882 Amanda York 15 OH/PA/OH 1864-1865(dau or dau-in-law?) C. Pritchard 53 TN/TN/SC 1826-1827 (mother-in-law, widow) Z.W. Holferty 38 OH 1831-1832 Caroline Hooper 72 TN/TN/AL Feb 1828 Martisa Powell 77 AL/TN/AL Jan 1823
1837, Oct. 1: birthdate in Fentress Co., TN. this is in military recordsAccording to information from Letter dated 1975 from Betty Young, daughter of Charlie Young, son of Daily Young, , Andrew York (father) was born in Buncombe Co, NC, he died in a severe snowstorm in the winter of 1837-1838 in Fentress co., TN, he had moved here with his parents and the rest of the family. his wifes's name is unknown but is believed to have been a Delaware Indian. About 1840, she married a Mr. Hoover and part of the family moved about 1845 to Iowa. According to Alonso Melvin York, Andrew's wife is said to have died on the trail and was buried somewhere in Indiana. 1850: Keokuk, Iowa census shows William York, 29,M, farmer, NC; Melissa 16,F, IL; Narcissa Earl, 20,F, IL; and Andrew M, 13, TN. #158-167, p. 234, District 26.1856: Keokuk Co., IA census shows Marion York, 18, TN (David Halferty), p. 7361860 Jefferson co., IA census: Marion York, 22, TN, farmhand, 647/713, pg 301; 1861: May 28: enlisted in Iowa Infantry, CoE, 2ed Regiment1862: Oct. 4: wounded at Battle of Corrinth, Miss.1863: Feb. 17: honorable discharge1865: July 2, married to Martha Ann Pitchard in Iowa-lisence in files1866: May 2, first child, Dora, born in MO1869: Jan., second child, Tennesse born in Newton Co., MO1870 Newton Co, MO Andrew M. York 32 TN; Martha A. 23, AR: Dora 4, MO: Tennessee 1, MO: Z.W. Holferty 38 OH 1871: Dec. 30,: Homestead patent for Andrew M York, 80 acres in Newton Co.,- copy in files-several of his kids born in Newton Co., MO1875: living in Neosho, Newton Co., MO1880: Greene Co., census: A. M. York, 42, TN, SC, SC; Martha A., 33, AR, NY, TN; Dora, 14, MO, TN, AR; Tenessee, 11, MO, TN, AR; Albert, 9, MO, TN, AR; Henry, 6, MO, TN, AR; Emma A., 3, MO, TN, AR; Amanda, 15 dau, OH, PA, OH, Pritchard, C., widow, 53, mot, TN, TN, SC1885: living in Webster Co., MO1890: Special federal census of union vets of the civil war: Taylor and Washington TWPS, E.D. 57, York, Andrew M., 2ed IA Inf1900 Greene Co. census shows Andrew York, Oct. 1837, TN, parents, UN, UN, farmer, home owned, 62: martha a., 53, Oct. 1846, AR, Parents NY, TN, married 35 yrs, 7 kids, 6 living; melvin L., son, 17, Aug. 1882, MO, TN, AR, farmer:Caroline Hooper, mil, wid, 72, 2 children, both living, Feb 1828, TN, TN, AL; Mortisa Powell, aunt, married 11 years, one child,child is living, 77, Jan 1823, AL, TN, AL. 1921: death date, buried at Holland Cemetary. Section A, row 8, beyound the back of the U shaped drive. 2 pictures in file, one alone, one much younger with Martha- no dates
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