Anthony Wayne Galloway
Born: 31 Jan 1835 in New York, NY
Died: 28 Nov 1901 in Waupaca Co., WI.
Father: Walter Galloway
Mother: Jane Eliza Dewey
John Dewey Galloway
Silas Pearsall Galloway
Jane Eliza Galloway
Married: (1) Alice H. Clark New York, NY
Mary Eliza Galloway, born abt. 1860 in New York.
Married: (2) Fanny J. Rice 1873 Berlin, Green Lake Co. WI
George E. Galloway born abt. 1875 in Berlin Green Lake Co., WI.
Enlisted as a Private, 3rd Independent Battery, Wisconsin Light Artillery on
September 26, 1861and was discharged at Madison, Wisconsin on July 4, 1865.
Loss of left eye was caused while in line of duty at Chattanooga, Tennessee.
More About ANTHONY WAYNE GALLOWAY:
Civil War1861-65: September 26, 1861, Private, 3rd Indpt Battery, Wisconsin
Notes for ALICE H. CLARK:
Alice died but do not know date or place.
Marriage Notes for ANTHONY GALLOWAY and FANNY RICE:
Married by the Rev. E. N. Wright, she received a certificate of separation
sometime before May 4, 1898.
Child of ANTHONY GALLOWAY and ALICE CLARK is:
i. MARY ELIZA6 GALLOWAY, m. UNKOWN HORLE.
Child of ANTHONY GALLOWAY and FANNY RICE is:
ii. GEORGE E.6 GALLOWAY, b. Berlin, Green Lake County, Wisconsin.
Subject: Anthony Wayne & John Dewey Galloway NY>WS>CA
Date: Fri, 8 Feb 2002 19:35:39 EST
"They Went South"
Page 52: Anthony Wayne Galloway, sergeant, a brother of John D. Galloway, was
born on January 31, 1835 in New York City. In 1849 he moved with parents to a
farm in Waushara County, where he assisted his father and brothers in
clearing and developing the land. Later he settled permanently in the village
of Berlin where he worked on a newspaper until he began studying medicine in
1860. In the spring of 1861 he enlisted as a private in Company E, 1st
Wisconsin Infantry Regiment, a ninety-day regiment. Sent to Virginia he took
part in the spirited skirmish at Falling Waters, the first engagement of
Wisconsin troops with Confederate forces, and then served the rest of his
term performing guard duty. Shortly after his discharge in August, 1861, he
re-enlisted in the Third Wisconsin Battery, Light Artillery, and was soon
promoted to sergeant. For some reason not readily apparent in the records,
Galloway was reduced to the rank of private in May, 1862. He remained with
the unit, however, and participated in the action at Stone River,
Chickamauga, and in the defenses around Chattanooga, where he sustained the
loss of his left eye. In the closing months of the war he served as a
messenger in the post quartermaster's office and was discharged on July 3,
1865. Galloway then worked as a salesman and from 1876 until 1886 he traveled
throughout the West. His last years were spent successively in the Veterans
Home at Marion, New Hampshire, the Wisconsin Veterans Home, Milwaukee; and
the Waupaca Veterans Home at King. He died on November 28, 1898. His grave
has not been located.