2nd Lt. Warren Onan, Co. C, 154th Regt., N.Y.S. Vol. Inf. A native of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Onan was engaged in the lumber business along the Allegheny River at the outbreak of the war. He spent most of his service as chief of the brigade ambulance corps, serving until the war’s end. He lived in Allegany in the postwar years until 1879, when he moved to Minnesota and, briefly, North Dakota. He died in Moorhead, Minnesota, in 1910 and is buried there in Prairie Home Cemetery. Dunkelman and Winey Collection, St. Bonaventure University, courtesy of William C. Welch.Tags: Tag Municipality:
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