Wednesday, August 21, 2013

James G. Blue.

James G. Blue.

Birth: unknown
Death: unknown

Burial: Bogle Cemetery, Butler County, Kansas.

JAMES. G. BLUE, farmer and stock raiser, Section 10, P. O. Augusta, is a native of Ohio; was born in Ross County, February 22, 1824. Was reared and educated in Champaign County. For several resided in Illinois, where during the war he enlisted in the Eighty-sixth Illinois Volunteer Infantry, being mustered into the Thirty-second, in which he served nine months. In 1866 he came to Kansas, locating in Leavenworth County, where he followed farming until 1876, when he became a resident of Butler County. Mr. B. was married in Ohio to Miss Adaline Helmer. They have three children - Herbert L., Mary Ellen B. and Lettie.

James G. Blue. Residence Halleck IL; Enlisted on 9/27/1864 as a Private. On 9/27/1864 he was drafted into "A" Co. IL 32nd Infantry He was Mustered Out on 6/3/1865.

Illinois Civil War Detail Report.

Name: BLUE, JAMES G. Rank: PVT. Company: A. Unit: 32 IL US INF. Personal Characteristics. Residence: HALLECK, IL. Age: 44. Height: 5' 11. Hair: LIGHT. Eyes: BLUE. Complexion: LIGHT. Occupation: FARMER. Nativity: CHAMPAIGN CO, OH. Service Record. Joined When: SEP 27, 1864. Joined Where: PEORIA, IL. Period: 1 YR. Muster In: SEP 27, 1864. Muster In Where: PEORIA, IL. Muster Out: JUN 3, 1865. Muster Out Where: WASHINGTON, D. C.

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