Cemetery Works
Boulder, Colorado, USA
established 2001
Columbia Cemetery Civil War Headstone Conservation
John N. Davis
Pvt. John N. Davis; Co.H, 36th Iowa Infantry; died 22Feb1903
The headstone was lowered 3 inches, leveled, and plumbed.

Rocks, a boulder, and hard, rocky ground was encountered. The headstone was set a little east and a little south of the intended location. No footing was added.

The headstone was originally set too high and was tilted [pitched] forward ~ 17 degrees.

John Davis enlisted as a Private and was mustered into Company H, 36th Iowa Infantry, on 15Jan1864 at 19 years of age. He served 19 months in into Company H, 36th Iowa Infantry, 15Jan1864 to 24Aug65.

John Davis was mustered out on 24Aug65 at Devall's Bluff, Ark.

While John Davis was in service, the 36th Iowa Infantry regiment was engaged in the battle of Prairie D'Ane, Ark., 09 - 13 Apr 1864 which had a decisive influence on a campaign.

John Davis is listed as
  • born in Indiana
  • residence of Wapello County, Iowa, at enlistment
  • POW 25Apr1864 Mark's Mills, Ark
  • exchanged 25Feb1865, place not stated

  • Historical Data Systems, Inc., Duxbury, MA 02331
  • NPS CWSSS Regimental Histories
  • NPS CWSSS Battle Summaries

    Additionally information regarding John N. Davis can be found in the Boulder Genealogical Society biography hosted on the City of Boulder [Colorado, USofA], Parks & Recreation, Columbia Cemetery website.

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