Civil War Veterans Buried In Washington State - Columbus Hollins

Columbus Hollins

Representing: Union


Unit History

  • 1st Independent Battery Minnesota Light Artillery
  • 10th "Buffalo Soldiers" US Calvary A
Columbus Hollins
Family History

CWV ORTING OSH CEM PIERCE CO HOLLINS COLUMBUS BLACK UNION CENSUS CHRON 2022X

 

Name:

Columbus Hollins

Side:

Union

Regiment State/Origin:

Minnesota

Regiment:

1st Independent Battery, Minnesota Light Artillery

Rank In:

Undercook

Rank Out:

Undercook

Film Number:

M546 roll 4

 

1880 Denver Arapahoe Co. CO

Columbus Hollins 31/1849/TM mulatto single parents Spain/MS cook

 

1900 Rainier Columbia Co OR

Phillip A Brant 49 mill wright white

Floribane 29/Belgium white

Ida 9

Eda 9

Phillip 7

Maggie M 5

Columbus Hollins 56/Mar 1844/TN Black single parens Spain/TN cook

 

Name:

Columbus Hollins

Unit:

A 10 U.S. Cav,; 1 Indpt. Batt, Minn. L,A,

Filing Date:

12 Feb 1904 pension card

Place Filed:

Washington, USA

Relation to Head:

Soldier

Roll number:

222

 

Name:

Columbus Hollins

Residence Year:

1909

Street Address:

1336 So D

Residence Place:

Tacoma, Washington, USA

Publication Title:

Tacoma, Washington, City Directory, 1909

 

1910 Orting OSH Pierce Co. WA

Columbus Hollins 66/1844/KY black single inmate yes to UA

 

Columbus Hollins

BIRTH

1 Mar 1844

Tennessee, USA

DEATH

27 Aug 1919 (aged 75)

Orting, Pierce County, Washington, USA

BURIAL

Washington Soldiers Home Cemetery

Orting, Pierce County, Washington

1ST MINN L A

Name:

Columbus Hollins

Record Type:

Military Service

Birth Date:

1 Mar 1844

Military Date:

29 Dec 1874

Residence Place:

Orting, Washington

Death Date:

27 Aug 1919

Cemetery

Buried at Washington Old Soldiers Home Cemetery Orting

Adopt-a-Vet Sponsor

Cynthia Wilson
Seattle, Washington


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