Person:Nathaniel Banks (1)

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Nathaniel P. Banks
b.25 Sep 1845
d.6 May 1927
m. 22 Mar 1823
  1. Betsy Banks1824 - 1885
  2. Charles West Banks1825 - 1910
  3. Morgan Banks1827 - 1893
  4. Elisha J. Banks1829 - 1909
  5. Parley A. Banks1832 - 1920
  6. Mary Catherine Banks1834 - 1918
  7. William Allen Banks1836 - 1904
  8. George Lovell Banks1839 - 1924
  9. Ira Banks1841 - 1842
  10. Henry Elliot Banks1843 - 1844
  11. Nathaniel P. Banks1845 - 1927
  12. Sarah Levina Banks1849 - 1928
m. 14 Feb 1869
Facts and Events
Name Nathaniel P. Banks
Unknown Tannie
Gender Male
Birth? 25 Sep 1845
Military[5][6] 12 Aug 1862 Camp Douglas, Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United StatesMustered in as private
Military[5][6] 24 Jul 1865 Camp Douglas, Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United StatesMustered out as sergeant
Marriage 14 Feb 1869 Lake, Indiana, United StatesApplied: 11 Feb 1869, Official: James A. Vickers, Clerk: W. W. Cheshire, Presbyterian Church
to Clara Eliza Chandler
Death? 6 May 1927

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Nathaniel P. Banks on the day of his enlistment in the Union army, 8 Aug 1862.
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Nathaniel P. Banks on the day of his enlistment in the Union army, 8 Aug 1862.
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External Links

  • Nathaniel P. Banks — Find A Grave
  • N. P. Banks — Transcribed from Encyclopedia of Genealogy and Biography of Lake County, Indiana, written by Rev. T. H. Ball. Lake County page, Indiana Archives, usgennet.org.
    A text file version is also located on the USGebWeb Archives site.
  • N. P. Banks — Transcribed from A Standard History of Lake County, Indiana, and the Calumet Region, written by Rev. William Frederick Howat. Online Library (ebooksread.com).


References
  1.   N. P. Banks entry, in Ball, T. H. (Timothy Horton). Encyclopedia of genealogy and biography of Lake County, Indiana: with a compendium of history 1834-1904; a record of the achievements of its people in the making of a commonwealth and the founding of a nation. (Chicago and New York: Lewis Publishing Company, 1904), pages 388–391, Secondary quality.
  2.   N. P. Banks entry, in Howat, William Frederick. A Standard History of Lake County, Indiana, and the Calumet Region. (Chicago and New York: Lewis Publishing Company, 1915), pages 491–493, Secondary quality.
  3.   N. P. Banks entry, in Cannon, Thomas H.; H. H. Loring; and Charles J. Robb. History of the Lake and Calumet Region of Indiana: Embracing the Counties of Lake, Porter and LaPorte: an historical account of its people and its progress from the earliest times to the present. (Indianapolis, Indiana: Historians' Association Publishers, 1927), Secondary quality.

    — read transcript of Nathaniel P. Banks entry

  4.   Woods, Sam B. The Passing of the Pioneers, in History of Lake County. (Gary, Ind.: Lake County Historical Association, 1929), Vol. 10, 1929, Secondary quality.

    Transcript on Indiana Genealogy Trails:
    Nathaniel P. Banks, born in Lake county, Ohio, 1845, came with his parents to LaPorte county in 1846, and with them to Lake county, Indiana, in 1852, settling first in Ross township and later in Hobart township. He was a soldier in the Civil War, a teacher in public schools. He married Miss Clara E. Chandler in 1869; he became a trustee of Hobart township and also a member of the state legislature. He was for a time president of the First State Bank of Hobart, and was a man of high character. He died May 6, 1927.

  5. 5.0 5.1 United States. Army. Illinois Light Artillery Regiment, 1st (1861-1865). Battery M. History of the organization, marches, campings, general services and final muster out of Battery M: First Regiment Illinois Light Artillery : together with detailed accounts of incidents both grave and facetious connected therewith : compiled from the official records and from the diaries of the different members. (Bethesda, Maryland: University Publications of America, c1993), 1892, Primary quality.
  6. 6.0 6.1 Battery "M" 1st Illinois Light Artillery, in Illinois in the Civil War, Secondary quality.
  7.   Nathaniel Banks obituary, in Nathaniel P. Banks Obituary, Hobart News, 12 May 1927, 12 May 1927, Primary quality.

    Full transcript on the source page.

  8.   Nathaniel Banks obituary, in Nathaniel P. Banks Obituary, Hobart Gazette, 13 May 1927, 13 May 1927, Primary quality.

    Full transcript on the source page.

  9.   Nathaniel Banks obituary, in Nathaniel P. Banks Obituary, Lake County Star, 13 May 1927, 13 May 1927, Primary quality.

    Full transcript on the source page.

  10.   Township trustee candidacy editorial, in N. P. Banks candidacy, Hobart Gazette, 2 Nov 1894, 2 Nov 1894, Primary quality.

    Full transcript on the source page.