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Family Military Service

“A man who has nothing for which he is willing to fight, nothing which is more important than his own personal safety, is a miserable creature and has no chance of being free unless made and kept so by the exertions of better men than himself.” - John Stuart Mill (1806 - 1873), English philosopher


Andrew Bierwirth:

U.S. Army, New York Volunteers, 93rd Regiment, Company K, U.S. Civil War (1861-1865)

Pension Rolls of 1885 list: Bierwick, Andrew - Petersburgh - rheumatism - $24.00 - Apr. 1877 (144,798)

The 1890 census is a special schedule of persons who served in the Army, Navy, and Marine Corps of the United States during the war of the rebellion (who are survivors), and widows of such persons, enumerated in June 1890. The town of Petersburgh consists of the villages of Petersburgh and Petersburgh Four Corners. This information was transcribed from microfilm of the original census by Debby Masterson.

Page No. 1, Supervisor's District No. 5, Enumeration District No. 182, Petersburgh
House No. Family No. Name Rank Co. Regt. or Vessel Date of Enlistment Date of Discharge Length of Service Post Office Address Disability Incurred
86 97 Burwith, Andrew Private K 93 NY Vols 21 Dec 1861 20 Oct 1862 10m 29d Petersburgh Totally deaf

The Otto Bierwirth Family

Military Service listed from earliest to most recent:

Otto Otto Bierwirth
U.S. Army, (1920-1921)
Bazil Bazil Bornt
U.S. Army, (1942-1945) WWII, ETO
Jim James Bierwirth
U.S. Army (1946-1952) Japan Occupational Forces
and Korean War
John John Bierwirth
U.S. Air Force, (1950-1952) Korean War Era Service
Tom Thomas Bierwirth
U.S. Army, (1950's) Germany, Cold War
Will Willard Dougherty
U.S. Air Force, (1955-1959) Korean War Era Service, Germany and Cold War
Kathy Kathleen Bierwirth Brown and Jeffrey Brown, USAF (Ret.)
U.S. Air Force, (Career) Cold War and Gulf War

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