Thursday, January 19, 2012

John naturalization

National Archives; Washington, D.C.; Naturalization Petitions of the U.S. District Court, 1820-1930, and Circuit Court, 1820-1911, for the Western District of Pennsylvania; M1537; 132; (Roll 132) Petition Nos. 2301-2750.

John Schloma

Year: 1920; Census Place:  Great Falls Ward 5 Cascade Montana; Roll:  T625_968; Page:  12B; Enumeration District:  32; Image:  561.

John's gravestone

From ancestry.com, member trees, david6, source notes.  Owner, David Johnson
"Farmer by occupation and some if not all of his children left Jackson Co. Ohio in 1845 and headed west. They settled in what would soon become Wapello County IA. IA did not become a state until Dec. 28, 1846. Since John had been in the War of 1812 and a veteran, he was able to purchase land and took up farming. His tombstone in the Mars Hill Cemetery southeast of Ottumwa is broken, half gone and difficult to read. Some of John's children stayed in Wapello County, some moved to neighboring Davis County and our branch moved to IL in 1847. They settled near Hermon, Knox County IL. IGS Pioneer Certificate list has John being buried in Floris, IA."

Hiram's military info to source

Name: Hiram Hale
Residence: Ottumwa, Iowa
Age at enlistment: 38
Enlistment Date: 1 Apr 1864
Rank at enlistment: Private
State Served: Iowa
Was POW?: Yes
Survived the War?: Yes
Service Record: Enlisted in Company E, Iowa 36th Infantry Regiment on 04 Jan 1864.
Mustered out on 27 May 1865 at Davenport, IA.
Birth Date: abt 1826
Sources: Roster & Record of Iowa Soldiers in the War of Rebellion




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