Civil War Veterans Buried In Washington State - John Blair

John Francis Blair

Representing: Union


Unit History

  • 16th Kansas Cavalry I

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John  Blair
Full Unit History

16th KANSAS VOLUNTEER CAVALRY
Organized: Fall, 1863 Ft. Leavenworth, KS
Mustered In: 9/63 - 10/4/64
Mustered Out: 12/6/65 Ft. Leavenworth, KS

Regimental History

There are over 650 Union veterans buried in the Seattle, G.A.R. Cemetery. In early 2020, an Island County, WA teacher expressed interest in beginning a long-term project in which middle school students would create birth - to - death biographical profiles on those vets. 
 

In this vein, a number of veterans were chosen to become the initial focus  of this exercise. The Covid 19 medical pandemic, however, has resulted in this project being placed on hold. It is hoped that at some point in the future, students, or others will be able to complete biographies on some or  all of these veterans. 

Soldier History

SOLDIER:
Residence: Ft. Larned, KS   Age:
Enlisted/Enrolled: 7/23/64   Rank: Pvt.
Mustered In: 8/6/64
Mustered Out: 12/6/65
Highest Rank: Pvt.
Rank At Discharge: Pvt.

Family History
Cemetery

Buried at Grand Army of the Republic Cemetery Seattle

Adopt-a-Vet Sponsor

Denise Ottoson
Seattle , WA


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