Glen Easton Civil War Cemetery

Photos by Rinney Frye.


CEMETERY

Located on the property of Joe Metz, RR 1, Glen Easton, West Virginia.

CEMETERY

The only legible stone is that of Civil War soldier,
James S. Easton, Co. "C" 187th PA. Infantry

James S. Easton, the son of David and Mary (White) Easton, was born in Pennsylvania and was a resident of Oil City when he married Nancy "Nannie" Bonar in Marshall County, West Virginia 9 Sept 1868. Nancy, born 25 Feb 1849, was the daughter of Abel Bonar and Mary Venus.

James served in Company "A" 132 Penna. Infantry and in Company "C" 187th Penna. Infantry during the Civil War. He received a government pension certificate #1098789 until his death Feb 28, 1915, per his pension card, or 19 Feb 1915, per Headstone Application. His widow, a retired school teacher, died 21 Nov 1925. They had a daughter, Gertrude Augusta Easton (1869-1951), the wife of Samuel T. Richmond.

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