HARRIS, ANDREW (VETERAN CIVIL WAR) - Barry County, Missouri | ANDREW (VETERAN CIVIL WAR) HARRIS - Missouri Gravestone Photos

Andrew (VETERAN CIVIL WAR) HARRIS

Oak Hill aka Cassville Cemetery
Barry County,
Missouri

Rebecca
January 10, 1827 Ireland
January 10, 1899 MO
Age 72 Years
Daughter of Robert Harrison and Anne (Harrison) Harrison

Andrew
August 11, 1825 Summit County, OH
February 26, 1914 Wakeman, Huron County, OH
Age 88 Years 6 months 13 days
Son of Andrew Harris and Elizabeth Dreher

Private
Co E
166th Ohio Volunteer Infantry
Civil War Union

March 5, 1914, Thursday, Cassville Republican - Andrew Harris was born in Summit County, Ohio, August 15, 1825. He came to Barry county in the year 1881 and settled at Mineral Springs. In 1884 he was elected judge of probate court to serve an unexpired term caused by the death of Judge Holt. He made a good record as a public official, conducting the business of the office of the best interest of the people whom he served. About the year 1893 he moved to Cassville and was a citizen of our town until the latter 90's when he went to Wakeman to reside with his daughter. He was a veteran of the Civil War, being a member of eh 166th Ohio voluntary Infantry. His wife having proceeded him several years, he was survived by a son and daughter, G. E. Harris of Vinita, Okla., who at one time was editor of the REPUBLICAN and Mrs. J. J. McMann of Ohio. For a number of years he had been a member of the M. E. Church and was a faithful Christian worker. The body was embalmed and shipped to Cassville Tuesday night, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McMann. The funeral service was held Wednesday afternoon at the Methodist Church, conducted by Rev. Hickman and the body laid to rest in Oak Hill Cemetery.

Contributed on 4/17/19

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Record #: 818813

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Submitted: 4/17/19 • Approved: 4/18/19 • Last Updated: 4/21/19 • R818813-G818811-S3

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