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Ransom FISH  

Born: 15 SEP 1843 in Independence, Allegany, NY
Died: 31 MAY 1927 in Whitesville, Allegany, NY
Buried: Rural Cemetery, Whitesville, Allegany Co, NY
Occupation: Carpenter & joiner

Children With Abbie COLLINS, Married: 25 NOV 1866 in Independence, Allegany, NY
Henrietta FISH Born: 20 APR 1867
NY
Died:
Florence Dell FISH Born: 31 JAN 1870
Allegany Co, NY
Died: 12 AUG 1929
Allegany Co, NY
Florence Dell FISH Born: 31 JAN 1870
Allegany Co, NY
Died: 12 AUG 1929
Allegany Co, NY
William Delos FISH Born: 6 JUN 1875
West Union, Steuben Co. NY
Died: 14 DEC 1969
Coudersport, Potter Co. PA
Ruhama FISH Born: 23 FEB 1882
Died: 1956
 
Notes: Enlisted as a Private, August 1962 in Co. E. 1st Dragoons Regiment NY at the age of 19. In Nov of 1964, he was promoted to Full Corporal. Mustered out June 1865 at Cloud Mills, VA
Obituary: Ransom FISH died Thursday afternoon. One of the few veterans of Civil War succumbed to lingering illness. All members of his family at the bedside at the end. Surrounded by his family last Thursday afternoon at 5:45 o`clock, Ransom FISH lapsed into the last long sleep. His demise came as a welcome release from months of illness following a shock. Born in Independence township, he was in the 85th year of his life. He was son of Lewis B. and Fanny REMINGTON FISH.
At the age of 19 years he enlisted in the New York Dragoons on 13 Aug 1862, and served with the Northern army until honorable discharged on 19 July, 1865. He was in many battles.
He was united in marriage with Miss Abbie COLLINS on 25 Nov. 1866, and she, together with three daughters, Mrs. D. G. SPICER of this village, Mrs. Florence McGINTY of Hornell, and Mrs. Fred PATTERSON of Akron, Ol, and one son, W.D. FISH of Coudersport, PA, survive, as does one brother, Frank B. FISH of Stannards.
The funeral was held from the house at 2 o`clock Saturday afternoon, June 2nd and interment was made in Rural Cemeterry, Rev. R.S. Kellerman officiating. At the cemetery the body was borne to the grave by seven grandsons, (the sons of Mr. and Mrs. D.G. Spicer.)
Ranse, as he was familiarly known about town, was a carpenter of no mean ability, a man who took great pride in doing his work in workmanlike manner. He was a big, whole-souled man who had the respect of all who were privileged to know him. He was an active member of Sawyer Post, G.A.R., until it was disbanded and he made it a duty to (until this year) see that every soldier`s grave bore its flag for Decoration Day, but this year he ws just entering his last rest and others had to take up his work where he laid it down.
More about Ransom FISH: Burial: Rural Cemetery, Whitesville, Allegany Co, NY. Occupation: Carpenter and joiner. Residence: Putnam Ave. Whitesville, NY



Civil War Veteran.

Enlisted as a Private, August 1962 in Co. E. 1st Dragoons Regiment NY at the age of 19. In Nov of 1964, he was promoted to Full Corporal. Mustered out June 1865 at Cloud Mills, VA
Obituary" Ransom FISH died Thursday afternoon. One of the few veterans of Civil War succumbed to lingering illness. All members of his family at the bedside at the end.
Surrounded by his family last Thursday afternoon at 5:45 o`clock, Ransom FISH lapsed into the last long sleep. His demise came as a welcome release from months of illness following a shock.
Born in Independence township, he was in the 85th year of his life. He was son of Lewis B. and Fanny REMINGTON FISHl
At the age of 19 years he enlisted in the New York Dragoons on 13 Aug 1862, and served with the Northern army until honorable discharged on 19 July, 1865. He was in many battles.
He was united in marriage with Miss Abbie COLLINS on 25 Nov. 1866, and she, together with three daughters, Mrs. D. G. SPICER of this village, Mrs. Florence McGINTY of Hornell, and Mrs. Fred PATTERSON of Akron, Ol, and one son, W.D. FISH of Coudersport, PA, survive, as does one brother, Frank B. FISH of Stannards.
The funeral was held from the house at 2 o`clock Saturday afternoon, June 2nd and interment was made in Rural Cemeterry, Rev. R.S. Kellerman officiating. At the cemetery the body was borne to the grave by seven grandsons, (the sons of Mr. and Mrs. D.G. Spicer.)
Ranse. as he was familiarly known about town, was a carpenter of no mean ability, a man who took great pride in doing his work in workmanlike manner. He was a big, whole-souled man who had the respect of all who were privileged to know him. He was an active member of Sawyer Post, G.A.R., until it was disbanded and he made it a duty to (until this year) see that every soldier`s grave bore its flag for Decoration Day, but this year he ws just entering his last rest and others had to take up his work where he laid it down.
More about Ransom FISH: Burial: Rural Cemetery, Whitesville, Allegany Co, NY. Occupation: Carpenter and joiner. Residence: Putnam Ave. Whitesville, NYEnlisted as a Private, August 1962 in Co. E. 1st Dragoons Regiment NY at the age of 19. In Nov of 1964, he was promoted to Full Corporal. Mustered out June 1865 at Cloud Mills, VA
Obituary: Ransom FISH died Thursday afternoon. One of the few veterans of Civil War succumbed to lingering illness. All members of his family at the bedside at the end. Surrounded by his family last Thursday afternoon at 5:45 o`clock, Ransom FISH lapsed into the last long sleep. His demise came as a welcome release from months of illness following a shock. Born in Independence township, he was in the 85th year of his life. He was son of Lewis B. and Fanny REMINGTON FISH.
At the age of 19 years he enlisted in the New York Dragoons on 13 Aug 1862, and served with the Northern army until honorable discharged on 19 July, 1865. He was in many battles.
He was united in marriage with Miss Abbie COLLINS on 25 Nov. 1866, and she, together with three daughters, Mrs. D. G. SPICER of this village, Mrs. Florence McGINTY of Hornell, and Mrs. Fred PATTERSON of Akron, Ol, and one son, W.D. FISH of Coudersport, PA, survive, as does one brother, Frank B. FISH of Stannards.
The funeral was held from the house at 2 o`clock Saturday afternoon, June 2nd and interment was made in Rural Cemeterry, Rev. R.S. Kellerman officiating. At the cemetery the body was borne to the grave by seven grandsons, (the sons of Mr. and Mrs. D.G. Spicer.)
Ranse, as he was familiarly known about town, was a carpenter of no mean ability, a man who took great pride in doing his work in workmanlike manner. He was a big, whole-souled man who had the respect of all who were privileged to know him. He was an active member of Sawyer Post, G.A.R., until it was disbanded and he made it a duty to (until this year) see that every soldier`s grave bore its flag for Decoration Day, but this year he ws just entering his last rest and others had to take up his work where he laid it down.
More about Ransom FISH: Burial: Rural Cemetery, Allegany Co, NY. Occupation: Carpenter and joiner. Residence: Putnam Ave. Whitesville, NY



Civil War Veteran.

Enlisted as a Private, August 1962 in Co. E. 1st Dragoons Regiment NY at the age of 19. In Nov of 1964, he was promoted to Full Corporal. Mustered out June 1865 at Cloud Mills, VA
Obituary" Ransom FISH died Thursday afternoon. One of the few veterans of Civil War succumbed to lingering illness. All members of his family at the bedside at the end.
Surrounded by his family last Thursday afternoon at 5:45 o`clock, Ransom FISH lapsed into the last long sleep. His demise came as a welcome release from months of illness following a shock.
Born in Independence township, he was in the 85th year of his life. He was son of Lewis B. and Fanny REMINGTON FISHl
At the age of 19 years he enlisted in the New York Dragoons on 13 Aug 1862, and served with the Northern army until honorable discharged on 19 July, 1865. He was in many battles.
He was united in marriage with Miss Abbie COLLINS on 25 Nov. 1866, and she, together with three daughters, Mrs. D. G. SPICER of this village, Mrs. Florence McGINTY of Hornell, and Mrs. Fred PATTERSON of Akron, Ol, and one son, W.D. FISH of Coudersport, PA, survive, as does one brother, Frank B. FISH of Stannards.
The funeral was held from the house at 2 o`clock Saturday afternoon, June 2nd and interment was made in Rural Cemeterry, Rev. R.S. Kellerman officiating. At the cemetery the body was borne to the grave by seven grandsons, (the sons of Mr. and Mrs. D.G. Spicer.)
Ranse. as he was familiarly known about town, was a carpenter of no mean ability, a man who took great pride in doing his work in workmanlike manner. He was a big, whole-souled man who had the respect of all who were privileged to know him. He was an active member of Sawyer Post, G.A.R., until it was disbanded and he made it a duty to (until this year) see that every soldier`s grave bore its flag for Decoration Day, but this year he ws just entering his last rest and others had to take up his work where he laid it down.
More about Ransom FISH: Burial: Rural Cemetery, Allegany Co, NY. Occupation: Carpenter and joiner. Residence: Putnam Ave. Whitesville, NY
 
Ransom FISH
15 SEP 1843 - 31 MAY 1927
Lewis Benjamin FISH
17 MAY 1807 - 24 DEC 1890
Fannie W. REMINGTON
1 OCT 1812 - 7 NOV 1881


John FISH
BEF 1770 -

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Joseph Nichols REMINGTON
4 JAN 1764 - 23 JUL 1845
Ruth BRIGGS
6 AUG 1769 - AFT 1840





Eliphas FISH
9 NOV 1735 - 13 JAN 1805
Joanna CASE
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Thomas REMINGTON
1734 -
Freelove NICHOLS
7 AUG 1740 -
Richard BRIGGS
26 NOV 1737 - 6 APR 1788
Phebe PLACE
ABT 1737 -


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