Jan Mollar

Private

Company H

Born: September 13, 1849
(Hasle, on the island of Bornholm, Denmark)
[Peter Russell and another member of the CAGB have information to support a birth date of September 15, 1849]

Died: February 23, 1928 (Deadwood, South Dakota)

Grave location: Mount Moriah Cemetery, Deadwood, SD

Grave GPS Coordinates: N44 22.524 W103 43.463

He was enlisted on January 15, 1872, in Chicago, Illinois, by Captain Samuel Young.  His previous occupation was laborer. He was discharged on January 15, 1877, upon expiration of service, as a corporal of excellent character. He had a sandy complexion, grey eyes, light hair, and was 5’8” tall.  He was baptized ‘Jens Mathiasen Móller’ but enlisted under the name of Jan Moller.  On pension records he is listed as Jan Moller and elsewhere as John Muller, James Muller, or James Mullen. His gravestone at Mount Moriah lists his name as Jan Mollar and that is what I am using here. While living in Deadwood in 1927, he resided at 63 Stewart Street.  He was wounded in the right thigh during the siege on the hilltop on June 25, 1876. He was later transported to Fort Abraham Lincoln on the steamer Far West.


Headstone for Jan Mollar at Mount Moriah Cemetery - Deadwood, South Dakota



Jan Mollar’s former home at 63 Stewart in Deadwood, South Dakota

Jan Mollar Obituary - Daily Deadwood Pioneer Times - February 24, 1928

  Civil War Pension Index - Record for Jan Mollar

  Jan Mollar Obituary - Rapid City Daily Journal - February 29, 1928

  Jan Mollar Obituary - Deadwood Daily Pioneer Times - February 26, 1928

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