Sons of Robert Tomlinson & Elizabeth Davis
Alfred Tomlinson - Resident or enrolled at Buckhannon, W.Va.; 27; mustered in 12 Dec 1861, Buckhannon, W.Va. Born in Marshall County, W.Va. Recruit, not mustered out with Company, term of service not expired. Transferred to Co. "C".
Alfred was born 16 Oct 1834. He married Mary Jane Porter, daughter of Garrett Porter and Elizabeth Little.
Mary (Porter) Tomlinson, with children, on a visit to the army camp in Baltimore, Md., 1863.
The children are Harrison Wilbert Tomlinson & Clonia Bell Tomlinson.
Images provided by Gene Collister, grandson of Harrison Wilbert Tomlinson.
His mother was Thelma Tomlinson, d/o Harrison.
Hager Tomlinson - Resident or enrolled at Clarksburg, W.Va.; 22; mustered in 10 Jul 1861, Clarksburg, W.Va. Born in Marshall County, W.Va. Transferred to Co. "A" 12th Regiment Infantry to receive promotion. More
Hager (Hagar) was born in 1838. He married Sarah Davis.
John G. (Granville) Tomlinson - Resident or enrolled at Clarksburg, W.Va.; 19; mustered in 10 Jul 1861, Clarksburg, W.Va. Born in Marshall County, W.Va. Re-enlisted as a Vet. Vol. 27 Mar 1864 at Martinsburg, W.Va. under Gen'l Order No. 191, War Dept Series of 1863.
John was born 18 Jun 1843. He married (1) Virginia Majors, (2) Nancy Vanetta
Moundsville Weekly Echo, April 27, 1917
JOHN G. TOMLINSON
The remains of the late J. G. Tomlinson, formerly a resident of this county, who died Tuesday morning at his late residence in Washington, Pa., were brot to the home of his daughter, Mrs. Black, of Tenth street, McMechen, where funeral services will be held by C. W. Fuller, Jr., minister of the Christian church at two o'clock this afternoon. Interment will be made in Mt. Rose cemetery, Moundsville.
Mr. Tomlinson was an old resident of this county and with his father, at one time farmed most of the ground near the Mound. He enlisted in the army at the time of the Civil War. Mr. Tomlinson was 75 years old. He came of a family prominent in the early history of Moundsville, and it was for his family that Tomlinson avenue was named.
Submitted by Joseph D. Parriott; typed by Linda Fluharty.
Simeon Tomlinson - Resident or enrolled at Clarksburg, W.Va.; 29; mustered in 10 Jul 1861, Clarksburg, W.Va. Born in Marshall County, W.Va. Captured at Droop Mountain, W.Va., 06 Oct 1863, and a prisoner of war at date of muster out.
Simeon was born in 1831 and married Mary Ong. Simeon died while a prisoner of war at Andersonville Confederate Prison in Georgia.
William Tomlinson - Resident or enrolled at Buckhannon, W.Va.; 21; mustered in 04 Dec 1861, Buckhannon, W.Va. Born in Marshall County, W.Va. Discharged on account of disability at Winchester, Va., 16 Jan 1863, by order of General Wright.
William was born 16 Mar 1840. He married Sarah Pallet.
WILLIAM TOMLINSON - Civil War Veteran Dies at Age of 83.
Moundsville Echo, April 25, 1922
William Tomlinson died at the home of his daughter Mrs. Zealia Keller, No 29 Linden Avenue, at 11:30 Monday evening after a lingering illness. - He leaves two daughters, Mrs. L. M. Smith of Pittsburgh, Mrs. Zealia Keller of Moundsville, and one son, Perry Tomlinson of Steubenville, Ohio. - Mr. Tomlinson was born in 1840, being in his 83rd year. He served three years in the Civil War [Co "I" 6th WV Cavalry] and had six [correction: five] brothers in the service with him, all of which preceded him to the grave. The brothers are: Alfred, Simms, Joseph, Granville, Hagerford. - He was a member of J. C. Caldwell Post G. A. R. which will have charge of the funeral. - Funeral arrangements are incomplete.
Another brother, Joseph Tomlinson, served in the 12th West Virginia Infantry. He was born in 1836. He married Margaret Porter, sister of Alfred's wife, Mary. More