Historical records matching Jerome D Brady
About Jerome D Brady
Served 3 years in the CIVIL WAR in the Ohio regiment, Union Infantry 128th Regiment, Ohio Infantry CompanyA. He joined at the age 25 and served 3 years until the was Mustered out on Jan 20, 1865 at Johnson's Island, Ohio.
He made a most creditable record as a soldier, participating in may of the historic battles, including the Battle of the Wilderness. After the war, he was attracted to the oil fields of Western Pennsylvania, going first to Oil Creek, and was a producer from 1865 until 1900. He also owned a farm with some oil wells on it at Parkers Landing. In 1900, on retiring from the oil industry, he returned to Hamden, Ohio, and bough from his brother, JE Brady, the old homestead, which had first been acquired from their father. He died there in 1904. He was a republican, and served on the school board. He was a member of the Mehtodist Church.
"Find A Grave Index," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/QV2J-M1PF : 13 December 2015), Jerome D Brady, 1904; Burial, Hambden, Geauga, Ohio, United States of America, Hambden Township Cemetery; citing record ID 70222967, Find a Grave, http://www.findagrave.com.
Jerome D Brady's Timeline
August 1, 1835
Hamden, OH, USA
August 29, 1869
Venago, Pennsylvania, United States
March 21, 1874
June 3, 1876
Parkers Landing, NJ, USA
July 8, 1878
August 4, 1904