(Research):Carpenter. He served in the military in 1862. He was a Private - Civil War - Company E -…

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(Research):Carpenter. He served in the military in 1862. He was a Private - Civil War - Company E - 131st Regiment, P.V. under Captain Isaiah B. Davis. Dates of service - Aug 14 1862 to May 23 1863.

Died of fever.

On the 3rd of October, in Watsontown, Northumberland Co., Pa., of bilious-intermittent fever, Martin F. Angeny, in the 30th year of his age. He was sick nine weeks, and bore his afflictions very patiently. He hoped to get well until the morning of his death, and when he knew there was no more hope his recovery, he said very little, but seemed to be resigned to the will of God. His last message to his wife was, "Tell Clara to put her trust in God." He was taken away in the prime of life. We hope he is resting "safe at home."

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Martin Fretz Angeny
November 27, 1835
185 Bucks Co., Pennsylvania, USA
0 October 3, 1865
155 29 Watsontown, Pennsylvania, USA
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