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Old Soldiers: Santa Cruz County Civil War Veterans

NOYES, JOHN H (1841-1915)

Sawtelle Soldiers Home Records

Headstone of John H Noyes
John H. Noyes
Oakwood Memorial Park

NAME: John H Noyes
REGISTER #: 12921

Military History

RANK/CO/UNIT: Pvt/Co C/29th IA Infantry
ENLISTMENT: 1862/08/14 Keokuk, IA
DISCHARGED: 1865/08/10 New Orleans (M/O)
RE-ENLISTMENT:
RANK/CO/UNIT:
DISCHARGED:
DISABILITY: Constipation, dbl hernia, rheumatism, urine retention, arterio sclerosis

Domestic History

BORN: OH (1842?)
AGE: 73
HT/CMP/EYE/HR: 5'9"/Lt, Bl, Gr/Literate
RELIGION: Protestant
OCCUPATION: Farmer
RESIDENCE: Santa Cruz
MARRIED SINGLE: Married
NEXT OF KIN: (Wife) Mrs. John H. Noyes 191 Seabright Santa Cruz, CA

Home History

PENSION AMOUNT: $30
ADMISSION: 1915/07/25
DISCHARGED: 1916/02/19 Own Request
DATE OF DEATH:
CAUSE OF DEATH:

General Remarks

PENSION CERT: #673,697
EFFECTS:
HOW DISPOSED OF:
BURIAL INFO:

Santa Cruz Surf (June 14, 1915)

Death of An Old Soldier

John H Noyes, a veteran of the civil war died at his home, 191 Seabright Ave. where he resided with his wife. He went to the Soldiers Home at Sawtelle in Southern California some time ago but returned. Mr. Noyes leaves a wife and family, was 74 years old and a native of Ohio. He served his country during the civil war and was a member of Wallace Reynolds Post GAR under whose auspices the funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon at Chase Undertaking parlor.

Santa Cruz Sentinel (June 16, 1915)

Funeral of J.H. Noyes

The funeral of J.H. Noyes took place from Chase undertaking parlors at 3 o’clock PM Tuesday. Col. W.V. Lucas delivered an appropriate address after which it was followed by the usual G.A.R. Service. Music by Ladies of the W.R.C., Prayer by Comrade Henry Henny Chaplain, and address by Commander Wagner. Comrade Wagner deposited a flag in the casket and three other comrades deposited emblematic wreaths as tokens of the G.A.R. The deceased was buried at SCruz/OMP cemetery. Comrade Stackpole was flag bearer, Comrade Lucas, Millard, Lawrence, Hills, Bibbins, and McAdams pall bearers. Comrade Noyes served three years in Co. C 29th Iowa Infantry. He was a man well known and highly respected by all who knew him.


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