Survivors of the Company c, 19th Iowa Infantry, 21 Years After the War. Including General Herron and a Part of the Field and Staff. Names under the picture:
1. Maj. Gen'l F. J. Herron; 2. Col. B. Crabb; 3. Lieut. Col. Dan'l Kent; Lieut. 4. Col. John Bruce; 5. Capt. T. H. Stanton; 6. Capt. J. S. Gray; 7. James Bennett, Lieut. & Q. M.; 8. Lieut. L. B. Cocklin; 9. Lieut. E. O. Wolford; 10. Lieut. Geo.Johnson; 11. Serg't J. S. Anderson; 12. Serg't E. C. Condit; 13. Serg't S. Farnsworth; 14. Serg't Ralph Shatto; 15. Serg't W. G. Simmons; 16. Serg't Wm. A. Smith; 17. Serg't Wm. R. Jeffrey; 18. Serg't A. H. Young; 19. Serg't Geo. W. Cosner; 20. Serg't Thos. E. Johnson; 21. Serg't Wm. A. Wallace; 22. Serg't Jas. I. Duncan; 23. Serg't A. Robinette: 24. Corp'l L. W. Osborn; 25. Corp. I. N. Draper; 26. Corp'l Chas McDonald; 27. Corp'l Wm. A. Bailey 28. Corp'l Wm. McDowell; 29.Corp'l Wm. Lytle; 30.Corp'l John W. Morton; 31. Corp'l Jas. H. Young; 32. Anderson, D. C. 33.Anderson, J. W.; 34. Anderson, H. W.; 35. Abbott, J. W.; 36. Black, Sam'l A.; 37. Blair, Wm.; 38. Brown, I. N.; 39. Babcock, N. L. 40. Condit, Cyrus; 41. Collins, G. D.; 42. Doig, J. R.; 43, Dawson, Joe; 44. Easter, Sam'l T.; 45. Helwick, E. B.; 46. Hulick, John; 47. Houston, Sam'l B.; 48. Johnson, Udolphus; 49. Kirkpatrick, Alex.; 50. Lytle, J. M.; 51. Long, John T.; 52. Larimer, D. K. 53. Mair, Geo.; 54. McKinzie, Chas. M.; 55. Nichols, Chas. H.; 56. Moore, Rob't; 57. Nichols, Chas. H.; 58. Organ, G. D.; 59. Porter, J. M.; 60. Porter, W. C.; 61. Powers, Abner B.; 62. Russell, Talbert; 63. Russell, M. S.; 64. Randell, A.P.; 65. Robertson, James T.; 66. Southard, N. C. 67. Snyder, A.; 68. Snyder, J. M.; 69. Stump, Geo.; 70. Swartslander, P.; 71. Smiley, Leander; 72. Stephens, Abner; 73. Wilken, Marshall; 74. Wilson, John; 75.White, John S.; 76. Youn, J. N.; 77. Young, R. H.
J. M. Snider, veteran resident and pioneer of the Eureka Community in Marion township passed away last Wednesday afternoon after a long and eventful life. Mr. Snider's death was the first to occur in his family circle.
In the death of Mr. Snider, the Enterprise loses a staunch friend and supporter. Mr. Snider's name was on the original Enterprise subscription list over 38 years ago and has remained there thru the many years since. He was a fine old gentleman and has always been prominent in the affairs of his home community.
A Journal clipping gives his life history, "Death Wednesday afternoon removed one of the comparatively few remaining soldiers of the war of 1861 to '65 when Joseph M. Snider of Marion Township succumbed to heart failure at his home. Altho he had not been in good health for the last two months, Mr. Snider seemed no worse that morning and had breakfast with his family. Later in the day he was seized with an attack of heart trouble and died at 3:10.
Mr. Snider had lived in this county since he was sixteen years of age and was one of the well known men in the southern part of the county. He served three years in the army as a member of Company C, Nineteenth Iowa Infantry, in which were a large number of men of this county.
Funeral Services were held at 2:30 Saturday afternoon at the Eureka Methodist Church south of town , conducted by the Rev. T.F. Barker and interment was made in the Schrock cemetery.
Mr. Snider was born in West Virginia August 12, 1841 and came to Washington county when a boy, with his parents, Abraham and Rachel ( Freeland ) Snider, who located in Marion Township and the remainder of his life was spent in that community. He was married Dec. 8, 1870 to Rebecca McCorkle, who survives him, with five sons and three daughters who are: Harry Snider of Appanoose County, Albert Snider of Willard, Colo., Will Snider of Rubio, Frank Snider of 8 miles south of town, Mrs Amy Arnold of Lockridge, Mrs. C. P. Grosscup of Brighton, Mrs. Katherine Tucker of Washington and Joseph B. Snider, also of this county. There are two sisters, Mrs. Hattie Gordon of Washington and Mrs. Mattie Wilde of Berkley, Calif."
Photo of J.M. Snider and wife Rebecca