Person:Edward Keplinger (1)

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Edward Reynolds Keplinger
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Name Edward Reynolds Keplinger
Gender Male
Birth? 20 Mar 1843 or 1846 Leeds, Massachusetts, United Statesmay have lied about age to join army
Marriage 6 Jun 1876 Osakis, Douglas, Minnesota, United Statesto Usteena M. Burgan
Military? 4th VT
Death? 24 Apr 1919 Bellingham, Whatcom, Washington, United States
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  1. The Bellingham Herald.

    Edward R. Keplinger, aged 74 years, passed away at his home, 2123 Franklin street, at an early hour on the morning of Thursday, April 24, the hour of death being unknown to other members of his family as he was in good health when he retired the evening before. Mr. Keplinger had resided in this city for the past eighteen years, during which time he had been actively engaged in business, and at the present time was a part owner of the American theater. He was a veteran of the Civil war, serving in the Fourth regiment, Company F, Vermont volunteers; he was a member of the J. B. Steedman Post, No. 24, Grand Army of the Republic, the Women's Relief Corps and the Ladies of the G. A. R., of Bellingham, the I. O. O. F. of Wadena, Minn. Surviving him are four daughters and five sons, Mrs. Earnest Estey, Admiral, Canada; Mrs. Carrie Hagler, Tacoma; Mrs. E. H. Smith, Bellingham; Mrs. Herbert Grey, of Everett; Edward W. Keplinger, St. Croix Falls, Wis.; W. P., Colorado Springs, Colo.; Charles A., Portland, Ore.; C. C. and Clifford R. Keplinger, of Bellingham; twenty grandchildren and three great-grandchildren survive; also two sisters residing in Wisconsin. The remains are being cared for at his home by Harry O. Bingham, 1319 Dock street. Funeral announcements will be made later.