DAVID DRISCOLL, VET. OF CIVIL WAR, DIES (special to The [Brooklyn] Eagle) [no year given, probably c1900] Lynbrook, L.I., Nov. 8---In the death of David Driscoll of 105 Smith St., Long Island loses ones of its most prominent residents. He was born at Rockville Centre in 1841, the son of Capt. John Driscoll and Mary Driscoll. On October 12, 1861 he enlisted in the Army and was mustered into service in Wheeler's 13th Individual Battery, New York Light Artillery, under Captains William Wheeler, Emil Strumfels and J. Dieckmann. He fought in many of the war's battles, including Rappa- hannock Crossing, Second Bull Run, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, Lookout Mountain, Mission Ridge, Kenesaw Mountain, and Murfreesboro. On July 18, 1865, Mr. Driscoll, who had risen to sergeant, was honorably discharged. He married Arthusia Abrams at Hempstead on Nov. 22, 1871. He is survived by his wife, three daughters, Mrs. Henry Raynor, Mrs. Charles Hilderbrandt, and Phoebe Amelia; five sons, David, Franklin, Lewis, Charles W., and Elmer, and 16 grandchildren. Services were held at his late home this afternoon, the Rev. Mr. Bouton of St. James M.E. Church and the Rev. Blackwood of the M.E. Church of Lynbrook, officiating. Interment will be at Rockville Center.
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