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Re: Parker C. Harder
Posted by: Shara (ID *****8409) Date: June 17, 2007 at 15:10:45
In Reply to: Parker C. Harder by Terry L Reid of 591

This is what I have on them. If you have any corrections or more info that would be great.
Most of this was pulled from the internet but it matches up with the Family information from Fred Harder's daughter Maye.

Parker C Harder who enlisted in the Civil war at age 24 with Webster City as residence at the time. He was a 6th Sgt when enlisted He was discharged 17 May 1866. He served with G Co 7th Cab Reg IA.
He Married Eliza Seeley 29 Sept 1862 in Hamilton Co IA
1880 Sauk Center Stearns Co censu with Page 27 dwelling 242 family 257 Harder Parker, W, M 42 Farmer born NY and parents Brn NY
Eliza-W,F,41 Keeps HOuse born NY and parents born nY
Both are only married 1 time--children listed are Hearriet 16 dau.
Hearry sone 13, Oberton,Son 11, Lillian,dau,8-Daniel P, son 6-Fred,son3, Clara, Dau,1. all children except Clara are born in IA clara is born in MN
Next door in house number 243 are a Elizah Sealy, W,M,64 Famer and Elmirah WF 64 both are shown as born NY and parents born NY and only married 1 time. Other than the very possible mis spelling of Seeley is it possible these are Eliza's parents.
Other than the basic facts and filling in the names I am interested in any of the possible family stories that may have been passed down that you know of.

Harder, Parker C. Age 24. Residence Webster City, nativity New York. Transferred from
Company G, Seventh Cavalry, as Fifth Sergeant. Promoted Fourth Sergeant Feb. 9, 1865; Third
Sergeant March 15, 1865. Mustered out May 17, 1865, Fort Leavenworth, Kans. Company A 48th infantry

WOODHULL STUBEN COUNTY EARLY HISTORY
Henry P. HARDER came here in 1821 and settled on the land now owned by Randall PRUTSMAN. Micajah SHERWOOD came the same year and took up the farm west of the Pulteney road now owned by Fred S. PRUTSMAN.
Household Record 1880 United States Census

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Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Parker HARDER Self M Male W 42 NY Farmer NY NY
Eliza HARDER Wife M Female W 41 NY Keeps House NY NY
Harriet HARDER Dau S Female W 16 IA At School NY NY
Harry HARDER Son S Male W 13 IA At School NY NY
Oberton HARDER Son S Male W 11 IA At School NY NY
Lillian HARDER Dau S Female W 8 IA NY NY
Daniel P. HARDER Son S Male W 6 IA NY NY
Fred HARDER Son S Male W 3 IA NY NY
Clara HARDER Dau S Female W 1 MN NY NY


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Source Information:
Census Place Sauk Center, Stearns, Minnesota
Family History Library Film 1254634
NA Film Number T9-0634
Page Number 571C

Pocahontas County
Iowa

Men Eligible for Military Duty 1863-1871 parker c 1864
7th Iowa Cavalry - Company G
Harder, Parker, C. Age 24. Residence Webster City, nativity New York. Enlisted April 1, 1863, as Sixth Sergeant. Mustered April 25, 1863. Promoted Fifth Sergeant July 27, 1863. Transferred to Company G, Seventh Cavalry Reorganized.

Harder, Parker C. Age 24. Residence Webster City, nativity New York. Transferred from

Company G, Seventh Cavalry, as Fifth Sergeant. Promoted Fourth Sergeant Feb. 9, 1865; Third
Sergeant March 15, 1865. Mustered out May 17, 1865, Fort Leavenworth, Kans.

This regiment was organized at Camp Hendershott, Davenport, in the Summer of 1863, and ordered to duty against the Indians in Nebraska, Dakota, Colorado and Kansas.Portions of the regiment were engaged in the battles of White Stone Hill, Tahkahokutah, Bad Lands, Little Blue Julesburg, Mud Springs, Rush Creek, Horse Creek, Cow Creek and other engagements in whichthe brave Iowa boys fought gallantly.The regiment remained on the Plains fighting Indians until 1866; was mustered out at Leavenworth, Kansas 17 May 1866.

41st infantry company f

residences
Stuben Cnty NY
Dodge Cnty WI
Webster City IA
Minneapolis
Sauck center twnship MN


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