Biography of Ezra G. Bartram
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EZRA G. BARTRAM was born in Marion County, Ohio, December 18, 1837, son of Milo and Laura (Sabine) Bartram, natives of New York and Connecticut respectively, and of Scotch ancestry. They came to Marion in 1825, and were the parents of ten children, seven living; C. Porter. Mary J., Sarah E. G., Louisa, Olive and John. The deceased are William, Laura E. and Ntilo P. The father died about 1869, aged seventy one years; the mother in 1865, aged fifty five years. Ezra G. Bartram received a common school education, and January 20, 1859, married Magdalene Smith, daughter of Martin Smith, of Wayne County. They have eight children; Charles W., Lois E., Eunice V., Smith I., Cora J. and Laura E. The deceased are Abba A. and George E. In the fall of 1862, Mr. Bartram enlisted in Company E, One Hundred and Twenty first Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry, at La Rue, Marion County, and took part in the chase of Gen. Morgan through Kentucky several times; lost his health, and was sent to the Louisville Hospital, where be received his discharge April 27, 1863. He returned home, and in 1865 purchased his present farm of eighty acres, paying $25 per acre, now valued at $40. Politically, Mr. Bartram is a Democrat. His health, which was injured in the late war, he has never fully recovered, and consequently he receives a Government pension of $8 per month.

From:
The History of Wyandot County, Ohio
Liggett, Canaway & Co.,
Chicago 1884


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