Stephen Harsh, Civil War (Conscientious objector)

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Stephen Harsh, Civil War (Conscientious objector)

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Preston County, Virginia (West Virginia in 1863), United States
Death: August 08, 1906 (78)
Eglon, Preston County, West Virginia, United States
Place of Burial: Accident Community Cemetery, Horse Shoe Run, Preston County, West Virginia, USA
Immediate Family:

Son of George "Frederick" Harsh, II and Sarah Salome Harsh
Husband of Mariah Harsh
Father of Lloyd Edwin Harsh; Martha Annabelle Wotring; Laura Alice Calhoun; Fanny Catherine Henline; James Albert Harsh and 6 others
Brother of Frances "Fannie" Harsh; Catherine Wilt; Andrew Harsh; Eliza Ann Cosner; George Frederick Harsh, III and 3 others

Occupation: Civil War- Conscientious objector (6 days only), private under J. H. Shafer, Co., D, Unit 173 Mil 26 Mil, WV.
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About Stephen Harsh, Civil War (Conscientious objector)

Stephen served in the Civil War as a private under J. H. Shafer, Co., D, Unit 173 Mil 26 Mil, WV. He enrolled on 29 Sept 1864 in Grafton, WV. Length of service: 6 days. Remarks: Refused to take arms for "conscitious" scrupples.

https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/23724771/

Wife: Maria Porter Harsh 1833–1921

Children:
Lloyd Edwin Harsh 1852–1946
Martha Annabelle Harsh Wotring 1854–1933
Laura Alice Harsh Calhoun 1856–1952

Fanny Catherine Harsh Henline 1858–1880
James Albert Harsh 1860–1947
Rachel Harsh Calhoun 1862–1882
Emma Elizabeth Harsh Henline 1864–1961
John Wesley Harsh 1869–1959

Aden Clary Harsh 1872–1872
Andrew Stephen Harsh 1873–1925

and Anna Amelia Harsh Wotring (no link on Find A Grave)



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Stephen Harsh, Civil War (Conscientious objector)'s Timeline

1828
April 29, 1828
Preston County, Virginia (West Virginia in 1863), United States
1852
1852
1854
1854
1856
1856
West Virginia, United States
1858
1858
1860
1860
1862
1862
West Virginia, United States
1864
August 13, 1864
Preston County, West Virginia, United States
1867
1867
West Virginia, United States
1869
1869