Webster Van Dyke 1845 - 1922
VAN DYKE, MARVIN, KULP, MANLEY
Posted By: Phyllis Hazen (email)
Date: 6/19/2017 at 01:15:07
The Muscatine Journal and News Tribune
Friday, 14 April 1922, Page 15
FREDONIA CIVIL WAR VETERAN IS BURIED
Columbus Junction, April 14. - The funeral services of Webster Van Dyke, civil war veteran, who died at his home at Fredonia April 12, were held at the Fredonia church at 2 o’clock Thursday afternoon, conducted by Rev. W. H. Dillon. Interment was in Fredonia cemetery.
Mr. Van Dyke was born in Frankfort, Ind., March 17, 1845 and moved to Allamakee county, Iowa, when five years of age. From there he went to Seventy-Six township, Muscatine county where he resided two years.
He enlisted in company a. 7th Iowa Infantry Nov. 22, 1861. On account of disability he was discharged April 24, 1862. He re-enlisted in Company C, 14th Iowa Infantry and was honorably discharged Nov 16, 1864 at Davenport. On Aug. 23, 1877 he was married to Nancy A. Marvin, who survives with four children, Jeroboam and Scott Van Dyke of Fredonia, Mrs. Sumner Kulp of Oakville and Mrs. Fred Manley of Fairfield. Two half brothers are Robert Van Dyke of Muscatine and Butler Van Dyke of Marion.
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