Martin V. Yotter, Co. H, 3rd Pennsylvania Reserves

Source material and date of material has unfortunately been lost, but most likely a Doylestown Newspaper.

OBITUARY OF MARTIN V. YOTTER. Yesterday afternoon at 2 o’clock the funeral of the late Martin Yotter took place from his late residence on Canal Street. Services were held in Zion’s Evangelical church by the pastor, Rev. A. F. Schlegel. Mr. Yotter died on Monday evening of heart disease. He was about 95 years of age and leaves a son and daughter to mourn his loss. He was a veteran of the rebellion but never drew any pension. He belonged to the First [Third] Pennsylvania Reserves and served through the entire war. He was buried without any military honors, but his funeral was largely attended by friends, of which he had a lot.

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