Henry Clyde Nosler 1843~1923
Posted By: Mary Ellen Lanigan (email)
Date: 6/3/2015 at 19:55:31
Henry C. Nosler; the son of Dr. James Nosler was born in 1843 and was but 3 years old when his parents came to Wapello County Iowa.
He received his early educational training in the Common Schools and was attending college at Mt. Pleasant, Iowa when the Civil War broke out. He left the classroom and enlisted in CO I 7th REG IA VOL INFO under Captain Irvine. The regiment was assigned to the First Brigade of Grants Army and was engaged in the First Brigade of Grants Army and was engaged in the first battle fought by THE GENERAL AT BELMONT MISSOURI. He was discharged because of disability in 1862, but reenlisted in CO F 18th REG IA VOL INF serving as second lieutenant. He resigned in 1862 and returned to Wapello County Iowa where he entered the employ of the UNITED STATES EXPRESS COMPANY as messenger on a stage route. He transferred to Illinois where he remained for ten years and then in 1875 he returned to the employ of the UNITED STATES EXPRESS COMPANY at Ottumwa. He joined Ottumwa Lodge NO 16 of the same order becoming a member of Empire Lodge at Pekin, Illinois. He joined the Ottumwa Lodge NO 16 of the same order and belonged to the Matta Commandery NO 32 of the G.A.R.; politically he was offiliated with the Republican Party.
*He died in 1923 and is buried at the Ottumwa Cemetery
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