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Don Elias Downing
& Sarah Jane CASSELL
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Born: 22 May 1832
Moscow, Clermont Co., Ohio
Died: 3 Jan 1913
Bourbon, Marshall Co., IN
John Timothy DOWNING b. PA
Mary b. OH
Born: 25 Dec 1833
College Corner, Ohio
Died: 25 SEP 1901
Bourbon, Marshall Co., IN
James CASSELL b. OH
Catherine BENNETT b. PA
|The DOWNING Children|
b. 28 JAN 1855
d. after 1930
b. 17 DEC 1861
d. after 1913
b. 12 JAN 1868
d. AUG 1939
b. 14 OCT 1869
d. 30 SEP 1926
|Julia Lectania Francis
b. 13 JUN 1874
d. 10 MAY 1958
|Most of Don Elias & Sarah Jane's children were born in Elizabethtown, Bartholomew County, Indiana|
b. 26 MAR 1857
d. 8 APR 1860
|Tamer "Tama" Lydia
b. 2 JUL 1866
d. 20 NOV 1933
b. 29 JAN 1853
d. 12 OCT 1854
b. 25 APR 1872
d. 18 JUL 1872
|Medora "Dora" Lavenia
b. 28 DEC 1859
d. 28 SEP 1890
|Home of Don Elias DOWNING & Sarah Jane CASSELL DOWNING
Bourbon, Marshall County, Indiana - About 1899
Source: Bourbon News - Mirror / Bourbon, Marshall County, Indiana / 9 JAN 1913 / page 4
RESPONDS TO "LIGHTS OUT" BURIED TUESDAY
Don Elias Downing was born May, 22, 1832 in Moscow, Ohio. At the age of eighteen he came with his mother to Jennings County, Indiana.
In 1851 he was united in marriage to Sarah Jane Cassell. To this union was born eleven children. The wife and five children, two sons and three daughters, preceeded him to the spirit world. Those surviving are six children: Mary C. Harris, Azalia, Indiana; Emily J. Parish, Rector, Arkansas; Tamar L. Compton, Keokuk, Iowa; Morton E. Downing, Hooker, Oklahoma; R. Josephine Deardorff, Pullman, Illinois; Julia L. F. Baugher, Bourbon, fifteen grandchildren, seven great-grand-children.
In July 1861 he enlisted in Company G, 22nd Indiana Volunteer Infantry. At the expiration of three years he re-enlisted and served to the close of the war. Was one of the boys who marched with General Sherman to the sea.
In 1865 he united with the Christian church of Elizabethtown, Indiana.
He joined the Masonic order in early life and remained a faithful member until the day of his death.
He came with his family to northern Indiania in 1880 and located in Bourbon. He remained in Bourbon until 1905 when he entered the National Military Home, of Grant County, Indiana.
Those from a distance who were here to attend the funeral were: Mort Downing, son of the deceased, andhis family, of Hooker, Oklahoma; Mrs. Tamer Compton of Keokuk, Iowa, and Mrs. L. T. Deardorff, of Pullman, and Mearl Baugher of Michigan City.
1. Don Elias DOWNING was born May 22, 1832 in
Other events in the life of Sarah Jane CASSELL
2nd Generation (Children)
2. Mary Catherine DOWNING was born January 28, 1855 in
3. Medora "Dora" Lavenia DOWNING was born December 28, 1859 in
Children of Medora "Dora" Lavenia DOWNING and William Asbury SUTFIN:
Other events in the life of Thomas E. PARISH
Other events in the life of Phillip Henry BAUGHER
3rd Generation (Grandchildren)
9. Don Leo SUTFIN was born January 4, 1885 in Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana and died January 3, 1943. He married Mabel C. COURTNEY 1917. She was born July 8, 1880 and died 1949.
Other events in the life of Thomas Franklin BRYANT
14. Nora Lowanza DOWNING was born 1899 in
Other events in the life of Alice Charlotte SEVERIN
Civil War Poem by: DON ELIAS DOWNING
Written at: Gordon Mills Gap 25 April 1864
TO MY LOVED ONES AT HOME
Away from home how slow the hours pass wearily along.
I feel alone through many men around me throng.
There’s none that looks on me in love wherever I may roam.
I’m longing for thy gentle smiles, my dearest ones at home.
I look around, strange things I see, much that is fair to view.
Men’s art and nature’s handiworks, and all to me is new.
But oh! I feel my joys were more, if while amid these I roam,
It could be shared with those I love, my dearest ones at "home".
Blow, Blow, ye winds and bear me on my long and weary way.
Move on, slow hours; more swiftly move, and shortly bring the day
When victory is won, and battles o’er no more will I roam,
But I, again, shall be with those I love so well –at home.
By Don Elias DOWNING
Note: Don Elias DOWNING was born 22 May 1832 in Moscow, Clermont County, Washington Township, Ohio to John & Mary DOWNING. He married Sarah Jane CASSELL 1 July 1852 at Stout's Mill in Brownstown, Jackson County, Indiana. He served with Company A, 22 Indiana Infantry, Sargent - 1st Leut at Discharge. This poem was in the possession of his grandson: Oscar Howard DOWNING. Special thanks to Cecelia Agnes DOWNING FALZONE for a copy of the poem.
Don Elias DOWNING
Pension Number 268362
kEnrolled: 15 August 1861 at Madison / Vernon, Indiana
kEnlisted Rank: Private
kCompany A & G of the 22nd Regiment Indiana Volunteers
kCommanded by: Colonial Jefferson C. Davis
kIn action on Mission Ridge, Tennessee on 25 November 1863
kWounded in right thigh, gun shot wound at the Battle of Look Out Mountain / Battle of Chattanooga, Tennessee on 25 Nov 1863
kHospital Treatment: Chattanooga, TN / Partial Bone Fracture of right leg (2 to 4 weeks in hospital)
kPromoted to Sergeant Major December of 1863
kRe-enlisted 2 January 1864
kIn action as Jonesboro, Georgia on 1 September 1864
k"Severely wounded in head, gun shot wound" at Jonesboro, Georgia on 1 September 1864 ". Almost total loss of sight of left eye result of gunshot wound to head"
kHospital Treatment: General Hospital, Medical College, Atlanta, Georgia (2 months in hospital)
kHonorably Discharged: 24 Jul 1865 at Age 33 at Louisville, Kentucky
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