Corporal/Chaplain Henry D. Hogan, Co. B, 24th Tennessee Infantry, CSA

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1839

  • Henry Hogan was born in Tennessee

1850

  • August 24: The U.S. Federal Census enumerated in Maury County, TN showed Henry living with his parents Jacob and Harriett and siblings.

1860

  • June 3: The U.S. Federal Census enumerated in Franklin, Williamson County, TN showed Henry living with his parents Jacob and Harriett and siblings.

1861

  • April 29: Enlisted in the Confederate Army. Promoted to Full Chaplain.
  • August 24 – October 31: Company Muster Roll.  Remarks “12 Oct 1861, elected”
  • November and December: Company Muster Roll. Present.  Remarks “Resigned on the 16th of Nov 1861 and detailed to work the Q.M. Dept. Pay due as Corpl. 22 days $9.53. Pay due as pvt. 1 mo. 8 days $13.93”
  • December 31 – April 30 (62): Company Muster Roll. Present. –listed as Forage Master.

1862

  • February 24 – June 30: Company Muster Roll.  Present.  “Detailed forage master Nov. 1. 1861.”  ---listed as Forage Master.
  • July and August: Company Muster Roll.  Present. Remarks “Detailed as Regt forage master Nov. 1. 1861.” –listed as Forage Master.
  • September 1 – December 31:  Company Muster Roll.  Absent.  Remarks “Detailed as retiment al for. Master.”  --listed as Forage Master

1863

  • January and February: Company Muster Roll.  Absent.  Remarks “Captured at Murfreesboro.”
  • March and April:  Company Muster Roll.  Present. 
  • July and August:  Company Muster Roll.  Present. –listed as Wagon Master
  • September and October:  Company Muster Roll.  Present.

1864

  • January and February:  Company Muster Roll.  Remarks “sent to hospl. Feb 28, 64, since returned. Name does not appear in Column of names present.”
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  • March and April:  Company Muster Roll.  Present. 

1870

  • June 6: The U.S. Federal Census enumerated in Nashville, Davidson County, TN showed Henry, a preacher, living with his parents and siblings.

1876

  • August 23: Henry married Clara Dill in Morris, KS.

1880

  • June 8: The U.S. Federal Census enumerated in Atchison, Atchison County, KS showed Henry, a minister, living with his wife, Clara, and their daughters Hattie and Jessie.

1900

  • June 22: The U.S. Federal Census taken in Rosedale, Wyandotte County, KS showed Henry, a Methodist minister, and Clara living with their children: Mary, Ada, Henry, Edward, Cora and Nellie.

1906

  • Henry’s wife Clara died.

1910

  • April 25: The U.S. Federal Census enumerated in Oxford, Johnson County, KS showed widowed Henry, a farmer, living with his children: Ada, Edward, Cora and Nellie.

1920

  • January 3: The U.S. Federal Census enumerated in Rosedale, Wyandotte County, KS showed a widowed 80 year old Henry living with his daughter Ada.

1930

  • March 12: Henry D. Hogan died at his daughter’s house in Kansas.
  • March 13: The following obituary appears in The Chillichothe Constitution- Tribune, Chillichothe, MO. Henry is buried in Pleasant Valley Cemetery in Johnson County, KS.
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 (source: findagrave.com)

(source: findagrave.com)