Humphrey F. Brohard (1833-1905)

Source: History of the Fifth West Virginia Cavalry
Formerly the Second Virginia Infantry and of Battery G, First West Va. Light Artillery
by Frank S. Reader
New Brighton, PA, 1890

Company B, Page 58
Sergeant H. F. Brohard

Humphrey F. Brohard, a native Virginian, was born January 20, 1833, near Flemington, Taylor county, Va., now West Va. He remained on the farm with his father until 1855, when he followed teaching and carpentering until 1861. He enlisted ibn Company B, serving with fidelity and bravey until mustered out June 14, 1864. The history of the company is his history, and is therefore a noble and honorable one. He began merchandising in 1864, and has continued at that and farming ever since. He was married to Miss Mary F. Bailey December 6, 1866. Mr. Brohard was one of that noble class of Virginians to whom too much honor cannot be paid. Loyal, brave and true, they did their full duty to their country.


Additional Information

Find A Grave Memorial - Humphrey Faris Brohard

Marriage Register, Taylor WV, Page 72
Humphry F. Brohard (age 33) son of Nimrod and Marila
and Frances M. Bailey (age 26) daughter of Thomas Bailey
were married 7 Dec 1866

Death Register, Taylor WV, Page 276
Name: H. F. Brohard
Date-of-Death: December 2, 1905
Age-at-Death: 71y-10m
Occupation: Merchant
Marital-Status: Married
Place-of-Birth: Flemington
Place-of-Death: Flemington
Cause-of-Death: Congestion of lungs

Register of Death, Taylor WV, page 7
Name: Mrs. Mary F. Brohard
Date-of-Death: August 17, 1911
Place-of-Death: Flemington
Cause-of-Death: Bowel & Kidney trouble
Age-at-Death: 72y-3m-12d
Occupation: Housewife
Marital-Status: Widow

 

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