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Charles Cicero Codling

   Phoebe Hersey Codling's obituary stated that she had 9 children, 7 still living at the time of her death. I had names of 7. Floyd Wayne Codling, a grandson, stated that he remember an Uncle Cicero Codling who lived in Detroit. I will assume this to be one of the 9 pending further research and verification. This information was confirmed by genealogy sent to me by Phyllis Codling of Falls Church, VA.

   Floyd also said there was a Codling Clothing Store in Royal Oak at about that time and that there were quite a few Codlings in the Detroit area. He doesn't know the relationship of them. Will need to check this out further. During a phone conversation with Phyllis Codling she said that Charles Cicero Codling served in the Spanish American War.

   Info from Phyllis in an e-mail dated 23 Aug 2001 - According to a document on this Web site [Bureau of Land Management
   She also found a military pension document for Charles filed in 1902 in Michigan. He is listed as with the B&K 10th U.S. Infantry. The application no. is: 1286921 and the certification no is: 1096984. This information was included in Michigan Civil War Pension on a Web site, but it is probably for when he served in the Spanish-American War in Cuba. He wasn't born until more than 10 years after the Civil War ended.

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Unknown Cemetery
Span-American War Co B & K 10th US Inf
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Gladwin County Record, Gladwin, MI
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January 2005
Tom Ladner
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