John H. Wickhizer, Co. F, 7th Pennsylvania Reserves

History of Warren County, Pennsylvania; with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers by Schenck, J. S - p966.

Wickhizer, John H., Warren p. o., Conewango, was born in Monroe county in the year 1843, and came to Warren in 1869. He enlisted at Wilkesbarre in June, 1861, in Company F, Seventh Pennsylvania Reserves, was captured at Charles City Cross Roads, in the seven days fight in 1862, and served in the Confederate prisons at Libby and Belle Isle, where he was exchanged, and afterwards discharged for disability. He then re-enlisted in the 8th N. Y. Heavy Artillery, and served to the close of the war. In 1871 Mr. Wickhizer married Mary M., a daughter of Philip Trushel, by whom he has had two children. He is a contracting carpenter and joiner of Warren, and now resides in Glade. He is also a respected member of the Evangelical Church.

John H. Wickizer (1842-1910) – Find a Grave Memorial

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