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1860's Miles Standish CDV Photo, Co. C, 12th Civil War, Columbus, Ohio


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On front: "Ye Captain Miles Standish" is boldly handwritten in old dip pen ink. Photo type: Original Vintage Victorian CDV carte de visite Photograph, circa 1860's. Photographer: M. Witt, 81 South High Street, Columbus, Ohio, Franklin County. (known to be Michael Witt 1824-1891, Daguerreian or daguerreotype photographer in Circleville & Columbus, Ohio and later a Civil War era CDV photographer. After the war, he became a dentist in the 1870 US census in Columbus. He is listed as born in Maine. but lived in Bedford County Pennsylvania. His wife: Martha Ellen Boor Witt and had twin boys who died in 1852 soon after birth: Uriah and Cyrus Witt)

Found in Public Genealogy Records:
Miles Standish 1844-1918
Father: Samuel Standish, born Manhattan, New York
Mother: Sarah Josephine Pearce, born NYC, daughter of Alexander & Martha Pearce
His Siblings:
Julia Augusta Standish Cushman
Samuel Standish
Margaret Josephine Standish Fleck
Seymour Standish
Erastus Martin Standish
Spouse: Roxa McDonald Standish, born Ohio 1845, unknown death or burial
Their Children:
1. Fredrick Standish 1872-1962, born in Ohio, 1st wife was Mary H. Petticord Standish, and 2nd wife was Charlotte Weaver Wears Standish.
2. Charlotte Standish, born 1874, Woodstock, Ohio
3. Miles Standish 1878-1958, married Eleanor Nora Mae Sheneman
4. We also found evidence of a child named Garfield A. Standish, born 13 Sep 1880 in Woodstock, Champaign County, Ohio to Miles Standish & Roxa Standish. He possibly died at birth and is seen in no further records.

Miles Burial: Green Lawn Cemetery, Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio
His Wife: Roxa McDonald Standish, unknown burial.

His Civil War Record:
Standish, Miles
BATTLE UNIT NAME: 12th Regiment, Ohio Cavalry
SIDE: Union
COMPANY: C
SOLDIER'S RANK IN & OUT: Sergeant
ALTERNATE NAME in records: Myles / Stantish

Miles Standish United States Census, 1870
Event Place Ohio, United States
Birth Year (Estimated) 1844-1845, age 25
Birthplace New York
Household, age, where born
Samuel Standish M age 46 Michigan
Sarah J Standish F age 45 New York
Miles Standish M age 25 New York
Josephine Standish F age 17 New York
Seymour Standish M age 10 Ohio
Erastus Standish M age 6 Ohio

Miles Standish in Ohio Marriages 1774-1993
Marriage Date: 25 Dec 1872
Marriage Place: Champaign, Ohio
Spouse: Roxa McDonald (also seen as Roxie McDonald)

Spouse: Roxy McDonald United States Census 1860
Event Place Town of Woodstock, Champaign, Ohio
Age 15, Birth Year (Estimated) 1845
Birthplace Ohio
Household, age, born
George McDonald M 46 Ohio, her father
Rachel McDonald F 45 Ohio known to be Rachel Comer McDonald, possibly stepmother to Roxy, see information below)
Albertine McDonald M 21 Ohio (also seen as Albert McDonald)
Julia McDonald F 18 Ohio
Roxy McDonald F 15 Ohio
Clary McDonald F 11 Ohio (Clara McDonald Gowey)
We believe Roxy's mother was Roxy Fairfield McDonald, died in 1845 at age 24, possibly with the birth of her daughter Roxy McDonald)

Miles Standish in the 1880 United States Federal Census
Age: 35
Birth Year: abt 1845
Birthplace: New York
Home in 1880: Woodstock, Champaign County, Ohio
Marital Status: Married
Spouse's Name: Roxa Standish
Parent's Birthplace: Both New York
Household Members: Name Age
Miles Standish 35
Roxa Standish 35
Frederick Standish 7
Charlotte Standish 5
Miles Standish 1

Miles Standish Ohio Death Index, and 1958-2007
Event Date 05 May 1918
Event Place Columbus, Franklin, Ohio, United States
Source Reference: Ohio Department of Health
Birth Date: 26 Dec 1844
Death Date: 05 May 1918
Cemetery: Green Lawn Cemetery

Their son's 1922 marriage:
Frederick Standish & Lottie Wears in Ohio County Marriages
Event Date 09 Aug 1922
Event Place Franklin County, Ohio
Age 49
Birth Date 21 Dec
Birth Year (Estimated) 1873
Birthplace Woodstock, Ohio
Father's Name: Miles Standish
Mother's Name: Roxie Marsh Standish (known to be Roxie or Roxa McDonald)
Spouse's Name: Lottie Wears
Spouse's Age 41
Spouse's Birth Year (Estimated): 1881
Spouse's Birthplace: West Virginia
Spouse's Father's Name: Decater Weaver (Decator Weaver, Civil War Veteran)
Spouse's Mother's Name: Gertrude Ripley Weaver
(Note: "Lottie" Charlotte Wears, her maiden name Charlotte Weaver, was born 1880 in Buffalo, Putnam County, West Virginia. She died in 1968 in Columbus OH. She is listed as a widow of Daniel Wears in the actual marriage record form)

OSSO: Ohio Soldiers & Sailors Orphan Home Records
Child's Name: Standish, Miles, Jr.
Child's Residence: Woodstock, Champaign Co., OH
Child's Birthdate: 02 Mar 1878
Child's Birthplace: Woodstock, Champaign Co., OH
Father's Name: Miles Standish Sr.
Father's Residence: Woodstock, Champaign Co., OH
Mother's Name Roxa Standish
Mother's Death Date: Unknown, deceased at time of application
Father's Occupation: Farmer
Father's Military Service:  2nd Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Company A & 12th Ohio Cavalry, Company C
Pension Information: Father $16/month
Father's Military Discharge: Yes, date unknown
Child's Custody / Guardian: Father
OSSO Application Date: 14 Oct 1890
Other Notes: Father Miles is 65 years old and in poor health.

This family photo is slightly trimmed on corner edges, usually to fit into tight paper photo albums, as most were. Does not affect the actual image in any way.

In history, Myles Standish 1584-1656 was an important traveler to America on the Mayflower. An English military officer, he was hired by the Pilgrims as military adviser for the American Plymouth Colony. The famous poem, "The Courtship of Miles Standish" was published in 1858 by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, and immortalized him and the Pilgrim experience.

This is a wonderful signed Civil War CDV of and important Standish ancestor. The image is of a handsome Miles Standish about 20 years old taken during the war, wearing Infantry Captain officer shoulder straps or boards. It is signed "Captain Miles Standish." It was found in Rockport, Knox County, Maine, a beautiful and rare piece. This is also an important DAR, Daughters of the American Revolution and SAR Sons of the American Revolutionary War family.

Size: 2.5 x 4 inches
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