Dugger, John

Oregon City Enterprise, Friday, February 6, 1914
JOHN DUGGER DIES AT ADVANCED AGE
John Dugger who died last Monday at Parkplace, was born in Fentriss county, Tennessee, December 15, 1829. He was a little over 83 years of age. He enrolled as a private in Capt. Asa Bryant’s company (Co. B) 13th regiment of Kentucky Cavalry, on the 8th day of July 1863, and was discharged on the 10th day of January, 1865, at Camp Nelson, Kentucky.
Deceased was a member of the Baptist denomination for 57 years.
He was married three times, his third wife surviving him. He was father of fifteen children, none of whom are living, and has 47 living grandchildren, and 53 living great-grandchildren, or 109 surviving descendants in all. Two brothers, Harding G. Dugger and E. A. Dugger are still living. His children are: G. W. Dugger, Mrs. Mary M. Johnson, E. J. Millsapp, Mrs. Tressie Smith, J. H. Dugger, N. Dugger, W. M. Dugger, Mrs. Martha Allsap and Mrs. Harriet Cassidy.
Mr. Dugger was buried from the Baptist church at Oregon City, Rev. W. T. Milliken conducting the service at the church, and the Grand Army post having charge of the impressive service at the grave.


MILITARY:

Name: John Dugger
Side: Union
Regiment State/Origin: Kentucky
Regiment: 13th Regiment, Kentucky Cavalry
Company: B
Rank In: Private
Rank Out: Private
Film Number: M386 roll 8

Name: John Duger
Residence: Columbia, Kentucky
Enlistment Date: 8 Jul 1863
Rank at enlistment: Private
Enlistment Place: Columbia, Kentucky
State Served: Kentucky
Survived the War?: Yes
Service Record: Enlisted in Company B, Kentucky 13th Cavalry Regiment on 23 Dec 1863. Mustered out on 10 Jan 1865 at Camp Nelson, KY.
Sources: Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Kentucky

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