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Old Soldiers: Santa Cruz County Civil War Veterans
by Robert L. Nelson
ROSS, CORNELIUS F (1838-1919)
Sawtelle Soldiers Home Records
IOOF Cemetery in Santa Cruz
NAME: Cornelius F Ross
REGISTER #: 10219
RANK/CO/UNIT: Pvt./Co A/10th MN Inf
DISCHARGED: 1865/05/11 Ft. Snelling MN
DISABILITY: Cystitas and indegestion
BORN: NY 1837?
HT/CMP/EYE/HR: 5'6"/D, Gr, Gr/Literate
MARRIED SINGLE: Married
NEXT OF KIN: Arminda J Ross 445 Main St. Monterey, CA
DISCHARGED: Discharge date omitted by transcriber
DATE OF DEATH:
CAUSE OF DEATH:
HOW DISPOSED OF:
Santa Cruz Surf (January 11, 1919)
DIED: ROSS - In Saratoga January 11, 1919, Cornelius F Ross. Funeral will take place at Chase Undertaking Parlors at 2 PM Monday the 13th Grand Army will meet at the hall at 1:30 p.m.. Bring Badges ....W.V. Lucas Adjutant.
Santa Cruz Sentinel (January 9, 1919)
C.F. Ross Dead
Cornelius F. Ross, a resident of Santa Cruz for many years and who for the past year has been at the Odd Fellows home at Saratoga, passed away yesterday. The deceased was a carpenter by trade. He was a member of Branciforte lodge of I. O. O. F. and also a member of the G.A.R.
Three daughters, Mrs. W.W. Matthias of this city, Mrs. George Ely of San Jose, and Mrs. Longley, survive him.
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