|Name||Joseph Wilson Range|
|Unit||Co. I, 10th Ohio Cavalry|
|Date||between 1890 and 1915|
|Born||July 11, 1844|
|Place Born||Crawford County, PA|
|Died||July 14, 1924|
|Place Died||Seattle, WA|
|Buried||Grand Army of the Republic (Seattle)|
|Service Record||Enlisted, age 18, on 10/10/1862 as a Private; on 3/3/1863 he mustered into "I" Co. OH 10th Cavalry; promoted to Sergeant 7/1/1865; Mustered Out on 7/24/1865 at Lexington, NC|
|Obit/Notes||Stevens Post Patriotic Instructor 1915 -- Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Thursday, January 14, 1897, page 10, column F J. W. Range, of Seattle, Populist, senator from the Twenty-eighth district, was born on a farm in Crawford County, Pa., July 11, 1844. He served through the war in the Union army, and was honorably discharged in 1865. He completed his education after the war and located in Iowa. In 1875 he settled in Dayton, Wash., moving to Cheney in 1881, where he was justice of the peace for four years. He went to Seattle in 1889. He was a member of the Fourth senate. -- Funeral notice, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Tuesday, July 15, 1924, page 14, column C RANGE - At the residence, 1143 16th Avenue North, July 14th, JOSEPH W. RANGE, aged 80 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Hattie Range, father of Paul and Earnest Range. Member of Stephens[sic] Post, G. A. R. and Pioneer Ass'n State of Washington. Funeral Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock from Collins Bros. Chapel. Interment in G. A. R. Cemetery.
Buried at Grand Army of the Republic Cemetery Seattle
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