Pvt.(USA), George Washington Shultz

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Pvt.(USA), George Washington Shultz

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Adams County, Pennsylvania, United States
Death: January 08, 1929 (83)
Gettysburg, Adams County, Pennsylvania, United States
Place of Burial: Gettysburg, Adams County, Pennsylvania, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Peter Shultz and Caroline Shultz
Husband of Mary Alice Shultz
Father of Charles Francis Shultz; Lena Rebecca Baker; Emma Jane Shafer; Mary Martha Lawrence; George Washington Shultz and 4 others
Brother of Katherine Jeffcoat and Charles W. Shultz

Managed by: Jim Wile
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About Pvt.(USA), George Washington Shultz

The son of Peter & Caroline (Miller) Shultz, in 1860 he was a carpenter living in Franklin Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania. He stood 5' 6" tall and had light hair and blue eyes.

A Civil War veteran, he enlisted in Gettysburg December 14, 1861, overstating his age by three years, mustered into federal service that same day at Harrisburg as a private with Co. K, 101st Pennsylvania Infantry, but deserted January 29, 1862. He also enlisted and mustered into federal service at Chambersburg March 17, 1865, as a private with the 87th Pennsylvania Infantry in the second organization of Co. K, and honorably discharged with his company June 29, 1865.

After the war, he married Mary Alice Thomas and fathered Charles F. (b. ?), Lena Rebecca (b. 1874 - married William Francis Baker), Emma J. (b. 1878 - married Samuel Jesse Shafer) and lived to 100, John H. (b. 1882), Mary M. (b. @1881 - married Vincent Charles Lawrence), Olive "Ollie" (b. 1891 - married an Osborn), and Bessie (b. 1893 - married Earl Smith). In 1890, he lived in Franklin Township, Adams County, but died at his daughter Mary's Gettysburg home at age 73-11-21 from a "cerebral hemorrhage" with "cardio renal insufficiency" a contributing factor.* Reference: Find A Grave Memorial - SmartCopy: Nov 28 2018, 2:17:17 UTC

The son of Peter & Caroline (Miller) Shultz, in 1860 he was a carpenter living in Franklin Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania. He stood 5' 6" tall and had light hair and blue eyes.

A Civil War veteran, he enlisted in Gettysburg December 14, 1861, overstating his age by three years, mustered into federal service that same day at Harrisburg as a private with Co. K, 101st Pennsylvania Infantry, but deserted January 29, 1862. He also enlisted and mustered into federal service at Chambersburg March 17, 1865, as a private with the 87th Pennsylvania Infantry in the second organization of Co. K, and honorably discharged with his company June 29, 1865.

After the war, he married Mary Alice Thomas and fathered Charles F. (b. ?), Lena Rebecca (b. 1874 - married William Francis Baker), Emma J. (b. 1878 - married Samuel Jesse Shafer) and lived to 100, John H. (b. 1882), Mary M. (b. @1881 - married Vincent Charles Lawrence), Olive "Ollie" (b. 1891 - married an Osborn), and Bessie (b. 1893 - married Earl Smith). In 1890, he lived in Franklin Township, Adams County, but died at his daughter Mary's Gettysburg home at age 73-11-21 from a "cerebral hemorrhage" with "cardio renal insufficiency" a contributing factor.* Reference: Find A Grave Memorial - SmartCopy: Nov 28 2018, 2:23:43 UTC

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Pvt.(USA), George Washington Shultz's Timeline

1845
January 17, 1845
Adams County, Pennsylvania, United States
1873
April 16, 1873
1874
November 17, 1874
1878
February 22, 1878
Waynesboro, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, United States
1881
September 19, 1881
Franklin County, Pennsylvania, United States
1882
December 3, 1882
1886
July 25, 1886
1888
July 29, 1888
1891
November 23, 1891
Adams County, Pennsylvania, United States
1893
September 12, 1893