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Solomon E. Homan
  Captain, United States Army
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Solomon E. Homan was born 9 May 1831 at Lancaster, Ohio. During the Civil War he served as Captain, 1st Ohio Volunteer Infantry.  He died on 20 May 1902 at Washington, D.C. and was buried with full military honors in Arlington National Cemetery.

During the 1880 United States Census the Captain resided at Berne, Fairfield County, Ohio.  Residing with him were his wife, Harriet, age 39 and born in Ohio; and his daughter, Gracie Homan, age 10, and born in Ohio.


HOMAN, SOLOMAN E
CAPT 1ST OHIO INF
DATE OF DEATH: 05/20/1902
BURIED AT:   SITE LOT 840
ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY

HOMAN, HARRIET L W/O J E
DATE OF DEATH: 08/12/1901
BURIED AT:   SITE LOT 840
ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY
 WIFE OF SE HOMAN, CAPT 1ST OHIO INF CW


Posted: 4 September 2006 Updated: 19 October 2007

 
 

SE Homan Gravesite PHOTO October 2007
Photo By: M. R. Patterson, October 2007

SE Homan Gravesite PHOTO