Simpson, John L. 1

Birth Name Simpson, John L.
Gramps ID P67
Gender male
Age at Death about 30 years, 1 month, 3 days

Events

Event Date Place Description Notes Sources
Birth [E0162] about 1833 Highland Co.Ohio  
 
Death [E0163] 1863-02-04 Dissapered from Highland Co, Ohio  
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Parents

Relation to main person Name Relation within this family (if not by birth)
Father Simpson [P160]
Mother ? [P159]
         Simpson, John L. [P67]
 
Stepfather Simpson [P162]
Stepmother ? [P161]
         Simpson, John L. [P67]

Families

    Family of Simpson, John L. and Simbro, Elizabeth (Mary) [F0020]
Married Wife Simbro, Elizabeth (Mary) [P66]
   
Event Date Place Description Notes Sources
Marriage [E2489] 1850-02-02 Highland Co., Ohio  
 
  Children
  1. Simpson, Joseph Harlem [P155]
  2. Simpson, Peter Oscar [P26]
  3. Simpson, Sarah Edith [P153]
  4. Simpson, Jacob Thomas [P152]
  5. Simpson, Elizabeth Kate [P156]
  6. Simpson, Alice Francis [P154]

Narrative

Records not imported into INDI (individual) Gramps ID P67:

Empty note ignored Line 1473: 3 NOTE

 

Pedigree

  1. Simpson [P160]
    1. ? [P159]
      1. Simpson, John L.
        1. Simbro, Elizabeth (Mary) [P66]
          1. Simpson, Joseph Harlem [P155]
          2. Simpson, Peter Oscar [P26]
          3. Simpson, Sarah Edith [P153]
          4. Simpson, Jacob Thomas [P152]
          5. Simpson, Elizabeth Kate [P156]
          6. Simpson, Alice Francis [P154]

Ancestors

Source References

  1. Import from GEDCOM (BruceWHEALTONExtendedGenealogy.ged) [S0000]
  2. Unknown [S0052]
      • Page: Died in Child birth.
  3. Military Service Record [S-1789899498]
      • Source text:

        Seventh Regiment Kansas Cavalry Company G Mustered in 12 Oct 1861 Ft. Levenworth, Kans. Rank: Private Joined for duty 4 Nov 1861 Reenlisted 1 Jan 1864 Memphas, Tenn. May - June 1864 Hospitalized in St.Louis, Mo. Returnte to duty 7 July 1864 Dec 1864 promoted to Corp. Discharged for disability 3 July 1865 Ironton, Mo. Incapable of performing the duties of a soldier because of partial blindnes of the eyes during the day and almost total night blindness which is the result of debility of the optic nerves - this disease was contracted in the line of his duty in regiment. Physical discription: 5 feet 5 1/2 inches high Complexion - Dark Eyes - Gray Hair - Dark