Person:Orville Carlisle (1)

Watchers
Orville Daniel Carlisle
d.29 JUN 1900 New Market, Alabama
m. est 1830
  1. Francis David Carlisle1831 - 1894
  2. Orville Daniel Carlisle1832 - 1900
  3. William Dwight Carlisle1835 - 1852
  4. Tamerson Zipporah Carlisle1837 - 1874
  5. Mary Elizabeth Carlisle1840 -
  6. Isaac Ashley Carlisle1842 -
  7. Fanny Louise Carlisle1845 -
m. 26 Aug 1865
  1. Clara Belle CarlisleBET 1866 AND 1870 - 1946
  2. Lillian M Carlisle1869 - Bef 1960
  3. Mary Frances Carlisle1877 - 1946
Facts and Events
Name Orville Daniel Carlisle
Gender Male
Birth? 31 AUG 1832 Bristol, Ontario, New York, USA
Marriage 26 Aug 1865 Berrien Co, MIto Lydia A Bartlett
Death[2] 29 JUN 1900 New Market, Alabama
Reference Number? wh-6474

Title: Michigan historical collections. [Vol. 31] Author: Michigan Historical Commission. Publication Info: Lansing [etc.]: Michigan Historical Commission [etc.], Collection: Making of America Books pg 34 Orville D. Carlisle, born in Ontario county, N. Y., Aug. 31, 1833, came to Edwardsburg in 1839, later to LaGrange; died at New Market, Ala. June 29, 1900


Early Members of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints World Vital Records, accessed Nov 17, 2007

CARLISLE, Orville D.

  Birth:   August 1833, Bristol, Ontario, New York

Orville D. Carlisle was baptized a member of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints on 30 September 1894 at Buchanan, Berrien, Michigan, by John Shook. He was confirmed by E. J. Goodenough and John Most. He attended scattered branches in Michigan, including the Buchanan Branch.

  Source:   RLDS Deceased Files
     Early Reorganization Minutes, 1872-1905, Book H
     Buchanan, Michigan, RLDS Branch Records


Database: American Civil War Soldiers

August 30, 2004 2:55 PM Personal Information Name: Orville D Carlisle , Residence: Berrien County, Michigan Enlistment Date: 17 September 1861 Distinguished Service: DISTINGUISHED SERVICE Side Served: Union State Served: Michigan Unit Numbers: 1071 1071 Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 17 September 1861 at the age of 28 Enlisted in Company L, 2nd Cavalry Regiment Michigan on 02 October 1861. Received a disability discharge Company L, 2nd Cavalry Regiment Michigan on 14 November 1862 in Keokuk, IA

References
  1.   History of the Osborn and Related Families, By Walter W Osborn. Privately Published.
  2. Carlisle Family Letters.

    Binns, Tamerson Carlisle. Genealogical Notes typed October 1960. Page 1 of 3. Digital Image. Privately held by Apple, [Address for private use], New York. 2008. [Carlisle Family, Box #1, Genealogical Papers, Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan. 2008.]