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27751 «b»2nd Missouri Cavalry
-A.K.A.-
Merrill's Horse
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Organized at Benton Barracks, Mo., by Captain Lewis Merrill, U.S. A., under authority of General Fremont, September 3 to December 11, 1861.
(Co. "L" organized at St. Louis, Mo., January 1, 1863, and Co. "M" at Warrenton June 30, 1863.) Before organization of Regiment was completed ordered to march to Springfield, Me., September, 1861. Fremont's Campaign against Springfield, Mo., September-October. At Sedalia, Mo., till January, 1862. Scout through Saline County December 3-12, 1861. Expedition to Milford December 15-19. Shawnee Mound or Milford, Blackwater River, December 18. Roan's Tan Yard, Silver Creek, January 8, 1862. Knobnoster January 22. Attached to Dept. of Missouri September, 1861, to January, 1862. District of Northeast Missouri, Dept. of Missouri, to June, 1863. District of Southeast Missouri, Dept. of Missouri, to August, 1863. 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division, Arkansas Expedition, to December, 1863. 2nd Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division, Army of Arkansas, to January, 1864. 2nd Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division, 7th Army Corps, Dept. of Arkansas, to May, 1864. 3rd Brigade, 2nd Division, 7th Army Corps, to September, 1864. 2nd Brigade, Cavalry Division, 7th Army Corps, to February, 1865. 2nd Brigade, Cavalry Division, District of West Tennessee, to muster out.
SERVICE.-- Moved to Northern Missouri and duty at Columbia, Glasgow, Sturgeon, Paris, Huntsville, Palmyra and Warrenton, operating against guerrillas January, 1862, to June, 1863.
Expedition into Schuyler and Scotland Counties, Porter's and Poindexter's guerrillas, July 12-August 8, 1862.
Near Memphis, Mo., July 18. Brown Springs July 27. Moore's Mills, near Fulton, July 28. Kirksville August 6 (Detachment). Pursuit of Poindexter August 8-15, with skirmishes at Grand River, Lee's Ford, Chariton River and Walnut Creek, near Stockton, August 9. Switzler's Mill August 10. Little Compton Ferry, Yellow Creek, August 11. Roanoke September 6 (Detachment). Scotland and Boone Counties September 30 (Detachment).
Joined Davidson's Cavalry Division at Pilot Knob June, 1863. Expedition to Little Rock, Ark., July 1-September 10. Grand Prairie August 17. Brownsville August 25. Bayou Metoe or Reed's Bridge August 27.
Reconnoissance from Brownsville August 29. Bear Skin Lake, Ashby's Mills, September 7. Bayou Fourche and capture of Little Rock September 10. Pursuit of Price September 11-13. Near Little Rock September 11.
Duty at Little Rock till March, 1864. Steele's Expedition to Camden March 23-May 3. Benton Road March 23-24. Okolona April 2-3. Prairie D'Ann April 9-12. Camden April 15-18. Moro Bottom April 25-26. Jenkins' Ferry, Saline River, April 30. Scatterville July 28. Duty in Arkansas till September.
Operating against Price September and October. Booneville, Mo., October 9-12. Little Blue October 21. Big Blue, State Line, October 22. Westport October 23. Battle of Charlot October 25. Mine Creek, Osage River, Marias des Cygnes, October 25.
Grierson's Expedition from Memphis against Mobile & Ohio Railroad December 21, 1864, to January 15, 1865 (Co. "E").
Near Memphis February 9 (Detachment). Moved to Chattanooga, Tenn., and duty operating against guerrillas in Georgia and Alabama and escorting trains from Chattanooga to Atlanta January to September, 1865.
Mustered out September 19, 1865. Regiment lost during service 3 Officers and 53 Enlisted men killed and mortally wounded and 1 Officer and 205 Enlisted men by disease. For a total 262.
 
Paden, George Dallas (I44)
 
27752 «b»Death came early Saturday morning in Hastings hospital, Tahlequah, to Mrs. Laura PADEN BUTLER, sister of County Attorney Owen GRANT, following an extended illness.
Funeral rites were held Sunday afternoon at 2:30 at the Roberts Chapel, with Rev. C.M. ROSSER, pastor of the First Methodist church, officiating.
Burial was in New Hope Cemetery.
Mrs. BUTLER was born Laura INLOW, on December 27, 1865 in the Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory (now Oklahoma) near Red River and was 83 years, 6 months and 26 days of age.
Her forebearers came from Alabama before the Civil War and settled at what is now Rock Springs, four miles southeast of Stilwell.
She attended the schools of the Cherokee Nation, including the Female Seminary at Park Hill, near Tahlequah. After finishing school, she taught in various schools of the Cherokee Nation and Oklahoma.
On February 12, 1890 she was married to Harrison J. PADEN, and to this union a daughter was born. She only lived from May to July 1895. Early in 1896 Mr. and Mrs. PADEN moved to Stilwell, where he served as postmaster until his death in 1906. Appointed to succeed her husband, Mrs. PADEN served as postmaster until May 1907.
In 1910 she moved to her girlhood home at Grove, and taught school there for several years.
In 1930 she was married to James P. BUTLER, and they made their home at Jay until his death in 1945.
She moved to Stilwell last fall, and lived in the Tom PADEN home before moving to the home of her brother and Mrs. GRANT.
She was a life long member of the Methodist church, and helped organize and establish the first Methodist church here.
She was a member of Order of Eastern Star, and was past matron of the Stilwell and Grove chapters.
Besides Mr. GRANT she is survived by a brother, Henry INLOW of Grove, a step-son, James BUTLER of Southwest City, Mo., and a number of nephews and nieces.
Bearers were C.L. FLETCHER, Henry BUCKNER, E.B. ARNOLD, Edgar WEST, Joe STARR and James SCACEWATER. «/b»


 
Inlow, Laura Jenny (I5760)
 
27753 «b»Don C. Peden«/b» (c. 1898 '96 February 23, 1970) was an «u»American football «/u» and «u»baseball «/u» player and coach. He served as the head football coach at «u»Ohio University «/u» from 1924 to 1946, compiling a record of 121'9646'9611. Peden's winning percentage of .711 is the highest of any coach in the history of the «u»Ohio Bobcats football «/u» program. His teams won six «u»Buckeye Athletic Association «/u» championships, in 1929, 1930, 1931, 1935, 1936, and 1938. Peden was also the head baseball coach at Ohio from 1924 to 1948, tallying a mark of 250'96134. The Bobcats' football stadium was renamed in his honor as «u»Peden Stadium «/u» following his retirement.«u»[1]«/u» Peden died at the age of 71 on February 23, 1970 in «u»San Diego, California «/u».«u»[2]«/u»
 
Peden, Donald Charles Sr. (I37727)
 
27754 «b»First Registration.«/b» The registration on 5 June 1917, was for men aged twenty-one to thirty-one\emdash men born between 6 June 1886 and 5 June 1896.

The card used for the first registration (sometimes called the Twelve-Question card because of twelve questions on the front) includes this information: name, age, address, date and place of birth, citizenship status, employer's name and address, dependent information, marital status, race, military service, and physical appearance. 
Source (S2640)
 
27755 «b»Peden, Rachael Mrs.«/b», died Sunday afternoon at her home on Magnolia Street after a 2 week illness with the flu and pneumonia. She was 72 years old. She is survived by nine children, Mrs Burk (Mary Lou), Mrs Putman, Mrs. Glossup (Cass), and Miss Peden all of Sulphur Springs, TX. Mrs Pearl Patton of Utica, OK. And M. Peden (Marvin) Jim Peden and Mrs. White of Greeville, TX. Mr. Wes Peden (John Wesley) of OK. Her husband died several years ago. Funeral services and burial took place at Peerless.
 
White, Rachel A. (I27699)
 
27756 «b»Second Registration.«/b» The registration on 5 June 1918, was for men who had turned twenty-one years of age since the previous registration\emdash men born between 6 June 1896 and 5 June 1897. Men who had not previously registered and were not already in the military also registered. In addition, a supplemental registration on 24 August 1918, was for men who turned twenty-one years of age since 5 June 1918.

The card used for the second registration (sometimes called the Ten-Question card because of ten questions on the front) includes this information: name, age, address, date and place of birth, father's birthplace, citizenship status, occupation, employer's name and address, dependent information, name and address of nearest relative, and physical appearance. 
Source (S2641)
 
27757 «b»SERVICES SCHEDULED SUNDAY JAMES S. PEDEN OF HANFORD
«/b»Fresno Bee, The (CA) '97 Friday, September 23, 1988 Memorial services for James Spencer Peden, 92, of Hanford, former owner and operator of Peden's Cafe, will be held at 7 p.m. Sunday at The First United Methodist Church. Mr. Spencer died Wednesday. Born at the Packwood Ranch in Kings County, Mr. Peden estab+/-lished his own business in 1922 with Peden's Dining Room, located on Irwin between Sixth and Sev+/-enth streets in Hanford. During its lifetime, Peden's res+/-taurant was moved to several differ+/- ent locations and run by at least three different owners but was al+/-ways known by the Peden name.

Mr. Peden had to move his res+/-taurant when Bank of America bought the property where it stood at its original location. He next set up his restaurant down the street in the old Kings Hotel Building. After a major Hanford fire in 1928, known as the Kutner-Goldstein fire, swept through Peden's restaurant and many other businesses, Mr. Peden again was forced to relocate.

He then purchased the Bernstein's building, a former restaurant and fountain shop, and turned it into Peden's Buffet. Mr. Peden ran his business until he sold it to his son Bill in the mid-1950s. Bill Peden eventually sold the restaurant in 1965, and the new owner ran it un+/-der the Peden name. Fire would again plague the restaurant and again it was relocated. The new owners managed Peden's restau+/-rant until running into financial trouble that caused it to go out of business.

Mr. Peden was a member of The First Methodist Church and an Ar+/-my veteran of WWI. He was active in Masonic circles and belonged to the Masonic Lodge, Royal Arch Masons, and The Order of the Eastern Star. He was also chapter dad of The Order of DeMolay for 10 years. He was awarded the Hiram Award for dedicated service to the Masons.

He is survived by his wife Lois; two sons, Bill of Caramel Valley and Bob of Hanford; one daughter, Nan+/-cy Harrower of Sutter Creek; 14 grandchildren and 29 great grand+/-children.

Funeral arrangements are by People's Funeral Chapel.
 
Peden, James Spencer (I16440)
 
27758 «b»THE DEATH OF A PIONEER

«/b» Isaac Paden, One of Knox County's Old Settlers, Passes Away

Isaac Paden died last night at the home of son, James Paden, south of Galesburg. The deceased would have been 95 years old Nov. 6, and bore his years with vigor. He was born in Flatt County, PA., and moved into Illinois in 1843, settling near Galesburg. He has been a resident of Knox County during the greater part of the intervening time. He had been an honored, respected, and prosperous citizen during the years of his life and made many friends with whom the memory of his life will linger pleasantly. In March, 1825, he was married to Celia Fish at the old Pennsylvania home. To them were born six children who survive. These are: D. J. Paden of Laseur, Mo.; James Paden, Galesburg;, Jacob Paden, Almo, Ida.; Albert Paden, for Galesburg; Mrs. Mary Stevens, of Galesburg; Mrs. Arthur Stevens, Lake Elmo, Minn. The funeral will take place at the Paden farm south of Galesburg at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. The pallbearers will be the six grandsons of the deceased. 
Paden, Isaac Jr. (I7567)
 
27759 «b»Third Registration.«/b» The registration on 12 Sept 1918, was for men aged eighteen to twenty-one and thirty-one to forty-five\emdash men born between 11 Sept 1872 and 12 Sept 1900.

The card used for the third registration (sometimes called the Twenty-Question card because of twenty questions on the front) includes the name, address, age, date of birth, race, citizenship status, occupation, employer's name and address, name and address of nearest relative, and physical appearance. 
Source (S2642)
 

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