John was born about 1825 in Kentucky.
In the 1910 Census he is living in Baker.
John enlisted on 6 August 1862 from Oak Grove, Wisconsin as a Private in Company A, 30th Wisconsin Regiment and mustered out on 20 September 1865.


Born 12 April 1841, died 3 July 1916.
In the 1890 Veterans Federal Census he is in Emmons County and in the 1900 Census he is living in Gayton.
On 31 October 1892, Orville secured a land patent for 160 acres in Section 10, Township 133, Range 78 (Hampton area).
On 20 March 1863 while residing in New Hartford, Iowa he enlisted into Company E, Iowa 7th Cavalry Regiment. He was promoted to Full Private on 1 November 1864 and to Full Quartermaster Sergeant on 28 August 1865. He mustered out on 17 May 1866 at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.
Orville is buried in Forest Cemetery in Coeur d'Alene, Kootenai County, Idaho.
Burial and Tombstone Picture.


There is difficulty in researching Jacob as his surname has been recorded as Haptenstall, Heptonstall, Haptonstall, and Haplenstall. There are also references to a given name of James.
The Headstones Provided for Deceased Union Civil War Veterans, 1879-1903 record for indicates he died 12 July 1899 and was buried in Beaver Valley Cemetery located at Winchester, North Dakota with the headstone provided by Lee Marble Works. His body has since been moved to Winchester Cemetery
U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865 (Haptenstall) document indicates he served in Company K, 103rd Regiment, Illinois Infantry as a Private.
American Civil War Soldiers (Haptonstall) document indicates his enlistment residence was Banner, Illinois and he enlisted on 14 August 1862 as a Private then into Company K, 103rd Infantry Regiment Illinois on 28 Aug 1862. He was mustered out of Company K, 103rd Infantry Regiment Illinois on 21 Jun 1865 at Nashville, Tennessee.
(Heptonstall) He has land recorded in Township 136, Range 78, Sections 18 and 19 and recorded 2 April 1891.
(Heptenstall) North Dakota 1890 Census. He is living in Williamsport Township, Emmons County.
(Heppenstall) North Dakota 1885 Census. The family is living in ED 50-002. It shows Jacob as 41 years old, born in Ohio, farmer. Only initials are used and the family is: S., age 35, housekeeper, born in New York; E., age 14, school, born in Wisconsin; A., age 5, born in Wisconsin; M., age 2, born in Canada New Brun; H., born September 1884, Canada New Brun.
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John was born in 4 June 1848 at Pennsylvania. The Headstones Provided for Deceased Union Civil War Veterans, 1879-1903 record, for John Henderson, indicates John died 9 May 1904 and was buried in Beaver Valley Cemetery located at Winchester, North Dakota. Only two civil war records could be found for John as there are so many with the same name. In addition to the headstones record, he is listed on the Civil War Pension records. He started drawing his pension on 20 June 1892. On 3 June 1904 his wife, Minnie, started drawing a widow's pension. Then on 21 January 1907 a guardian pension was issued to Elmer A. Anderson; however, the record does not contain any children names. In both of these civil war records, it's documented that John served in Company D, 11th U. S. Infantry.
The North Dakota 1885 Census has him living in Emmons County with his wife and two children.
The 1900 Census has him living with his family in Winona, Emmons County.
There are two Find A Grave memorials for John since there are two tombstones. Early cemetery inventories listed two burials not knowing at the time they were the same person. The first tombstone is the one mentioned above and issued by the government. The second one apparently was created at the time his wife, Minnie, died which included the inscriptions for both John and Minnie. The memorials, with tombstone pictures, are located here.


Nominated Mother of the Year, Page 3.
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Edward was born in October 1832 in Vermont. He enlisted as a Sergeant into Company B, 25th Wisconsin from Muscoda, Grant County, Wisconsin. He was promoted to 2nd Lieutenant on 3 August 1864 and to 2nd Lieutenant 10 November. He was mustered out on 7 June 1865 at Crystal Springs, Maryland. In many sources he is listed as a Captain. In 1900 the family was living in Winchester. Edward died on 18 September 1922 in Knapp, Dunn County, Wisconsin. An obituary from the Emmons County Record, Thursday 28 September 1922, Front Page can be found here.
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Charles was born 16 May 1834 in Lexington, Greene County, New York. He was a 4th Sergeant of Company R 20th Regiment of the New York Militia. He started receiving his pension on 25 August 1890 and his spouse, Letitia started receiving a widow's pension on 30 August 1920. Charles died 5 July 1920 at Moffit, Burleigh County, North Dakota. An article on his death is in the Emmons County Record, 15 July 1920, Page 8 and can be found here.
Burial, Tombstone Photo.