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Co. H, 3rd IA. Infantry William Cutler wrote the following about this gentleman: S. G. GARY, Sheriff of Cowley County, Kan., was born in Lewisburg, Champaign County, Ohio, February 5, 1837; is the son of Joseph F. and Martha Gary. His father died on the 18th day of August, 1850. Five years later, his mother, with her family of four children, moved to Mabaska, Iowa, where the subject of this sketch commenced work at the trade he had previously acquired, that of carpenter, which he followed until the commencement of the war, when he enlisted in Company H, Third Regiment Iowa Volunteer Infantry. He took part in the engagements of Blue Mills, Mo., September 17, 1861, of Pittsburg Landing April 6 and 7, 1862, siege of Corinth and Vicksburg, battles of Hatchie and Jackson, and the many other engagements of his command. He was wounded at Pittsburg Landing in the left shin; at the Hatchie in the left shoulder; on board the steamer Crescent City near Greenville, Miss., in the ankle; at Jackson, Miss., July 12, l863, in left thigh. He enlisted in the army as a private. Five months later, was promoted to First Sergeant; in February, 1862, to Second Lieutenant; in October, 1862, to First Lieutenant, and in March, 1863, to Captain of his company, which commission he held until the close of his term of service. Was mustered out on the 18th day of July, 1864, and returned to Iowa, where he engaged in farming for ten years. In 1877, he came to Kansas, and located at Winfield, where he engaged in the manufacture of furniture. In February, 1883, he was appointed Sheriff of Cowley County to fill a vacancy caused by the death of Sheriff A. T. Shinnamin. Mr. G. was married January 1, 1865, to Miss Mary E. Hunt, daughter of Abraham and Mahala Hunt. They have four children - John W. (who died February 25, 1871, was born April 29, 1868). There are living Leota (born February 6, 1866), George Gordon (born January 14, 1872), Mabel Grace (born August 19, 1875). Mr. G. is a member of the A. O. U. W. Lodge, No. 18. While residing in Iowa, he held the office of Justice of the Peace. Was twice Assessor of his township. Was Postmaster, and was County Supervisor two terms. Was Deputy United States Marshal for the purpose of taking United States census for six townships of Mahaska County, Iowa, in 1870. He was a member of the Eleventh General Assembly in 1865 and 1866. Has been a member of the City Council of the city of Winfield, Kan., for two years. The Winfield Tribune, Nov. 25, 1904 Died: Nov. 20, 1904 THE SUMONS FROM ON HIGH. ______ Capt. S. G. Gary, Prominent in Business and Politics Succumbs to Pneumonia. Who steals my purse steals trash; But he that filches me of my good name Robs me of that which not enriches him And makes me poor indeed. These words of Shakespeare will always be associated with the memory of Captain S. G. Gary. It was his favorite quotation and most aptly illustrates the character of man who builded his life after its pattern. Following the Golden Rule as taught by Christ and translating the readings of Shakespeare to characterize his own personality he lived a life of humble activity, serving his country and his fellowmen, and he died mourned by every man, woman and child who had at any time come within the radius of his smile. Captain Gary was a peer among men. He was plain and unostentatious in dress. Beneath the outer garnishment there dwelt a mind rich in book lore, and a heart that beat true to the principles of honest manhood. He was a Christian, not of pomp and loud Amens, but quietly and intelligently, a faithful student of the Bible, living according to the precepts it taught him. He was a gentleman “after the manner born,” courtly, dignified and unaffected. He was a student, well informed in the history of the world, its political, commercial, and social status, and he was an honest man. S. G. Gary was born in Ohio, February 5th, 1837, and would have been sixty-eight years old on his next birthday. He was educated at North Lewisburg, Champaign county. At the age of thirteen his father died and while yet a youth he moved to Iowa. On January 1st, 1861, he was married to Miss Mary E. Hunt at Peoria. On May 22nd, 1861, he enlisted as a private, and as such was mustered into Company “H”, Third Iowa Infantry, June 8th, 1861. In September he was made first sergeant; in February, 1862, he was commissioned second lieutenant; in October of the same year he was promoted to first lieutenant, and lastly to captain. All of these were in the same company in which he enlisted. During his career as a soldier he had many narrow escapes. In the battle of Shiloh he was wounded in the leg; then at Hatchie, October 5th, 1862, he was wounded in the arm, and again at Jackson, Mississippi, he was wounded in the thigh. He was discharged June 3rd, 1865, having served full four years. Altogether he lived in Mabaska county, Iowa, twenty years, and served in several public capacities. He was suc
Vallonia - Dining Room A cased opening divides living and dining rooms. Here the usual dining furniture has enough space for an attractive arrangement. Two windows assure light and ventilation. Floor area 13 feet 6 inches by 11 feet 7 inches.
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