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Appanoose County: Unionville
GPS Coordinates: 40.823000 by -92.690000

Last Soldier Edward Streepy
Private Edward Streepy (1844-1942) was the last living soldier of Appanoose County. He served in Company I, 36th Iowa Infantry Regiment from August, 1862 until August, 1865. He was captured at Marks's Mills, Arkansas on April 25, 1864 and remained a prisoner until released to his Regiment on February 25, 1865. Thanks to Danny Krock for placing a Last Soldier marker on 7/19/19 and providing the photo. Private Streepy is buried in Eston Cemetery located north of Unionville off Selix Drive.

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