Samuel C. Baskin, Sergeant, Co G, 9th Arkansas Infantry, CS

1840 

  • August 16:  Samuel Crawford Baskin in born in Talladega, Alabama to Henry and Elizabeth Baskin.

1850

  • October 7:  The United States Federal Census taken in Talladega, Talladega County, Alabama shows 9 year old Samuel living with his parents and younger siblings. His father is a farmer.

1860

  • July 21:  The United States Federal Census taken in Harrison Township, Union County, Arkansas shows 19 year old Samuel living with his mother and younger siblings.

1862

  • April 6-7:  Samuel is wounded at the Battle of Shiloh.

1864 

  • November 30: Samuel is wounded in the right leg by grape shot at the Battle of Franklin.

1869

  • December 22:  Samuel marries Helen M Brillhart in Union County, Arkansas.

1870 

  • June 16: The United States Federal Census taken in Harrison Township, Union County, Arkansas shows Samuel, a farmer, living with his wife Helen.

1880 

  • June 5:  The United States Federal Census taken in Harrison Township, Union County, Arkansas shows Samuel, a farmer, and Helen living with their children: Henry, Mary, Martha, Helen and Jennie.

1900

  • June 11: The United States Federal Census taken in Harrison Township, Union County, Arkansas shows Samuel, a farmer, and Helen living with their children: Mary, Ida, Jennie, Alice, James, Robert, John and Harvey.

1904

  • Samuel C. Baskin is elected to the House of Representatives for Union County, Arkansas.
  • December 11:  Arkansas Democrat, Little Rock, Arkansas

1910 

  • May 4:  The United States Federal Census taken in Harrison Township, Union County, Arkansas shows Samuel, a farmer, and Helen living with their sons, John and Harvey.

1919

  • December 11:  Samuel dies in Union County, Arkansas. He is buried at the Ebenezer Presbyterian Cemetery in Union County, Arkansas.