Abt 1845 - 1910 (~ 65 years)
||Henry C. Hard |
||of Ohio, Virginia
||1 Aug 2000
||22 Feb 2003
||Evergreen Cemetery, Miamiville, Clermont, Ohio
- Lana Smith, a descendant of Nellie Tittle Lewis, said "Henry Hard's nickname was Harry. From the stories passed down about him, he led a soldier of fortune lifestyle. He lied about his age to get into the war, and served in four different outfits, but never reached beyond the rank of Private. It is also said that he was in China during the Boxer Rebellion and even was part of the Rough Riders during the Spanish-American War! What is certain is that he traveled around the world, and used to send currency back to my great-grandmother of the places he stopped."
||31 Jul 2008 |
||Henry Hard GAR Text|
It reads, "Comrade Henry C. Hard is 44 years of age, was born in Cincinnati, Stateof Ohio, and is by occupation a Soldier, entered the service on the 19th day of July 1862 as a Private, Co. F, 7th Regt. Ind. Vol. Infantry and was finally discharged on the 16th day of September 1865 as Private, Co. A, 4th Regt. IBOV Cav. by reason of Expiration of…
||Henry Hard GAR Transfer Card|
Certifies that Henry C. Hard is a member in good standing of his post, enables him to transfer to any other post.
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