Bio: Southmayd, J. A. (1881)


Surnames: Southmayd, Philips

----Source: History of Northern Wisconsin (Eau Claire County, Wis.) 1881, page 338

J. A. SOUTHMAYD, farmer, town of Union, began farming here in 1876. Enlisted in 160th N. Y. V.; was forty-two days at Port Hudson; was in eighteen battles; marched 7,000 miles in two years. Was stationed in Georgia, after the war closed, to maintain peace; mustered out in 1867, with rank of lieutenant. Came out of the army without an injury or ill health. Born, in 1836, in New York; married Lucinda Philips in New York in 1862; three children.



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