|Birth||Nov. 14, 1845|
|Death||Feb. 12, 1933|
|Post||Mission Ridge (Greenwood)|
|Unit||134th Illinois Infantry, Company H|
Private Barak Livingston
Company H, 134th Illinois Infantry (100 days/1864)
Livingston was born in Ohio on November 14, 1845. He was residing in Kewanee (Henry County), Illinois when he enlisted in the regiment on May 18, 1864. Livingston was mustered on May 31, 1864. He served about 5 months before his discharge on October 25, 1864 at Chicago.
The 134th Illinois Infantry was organized and mustered at Camp Fry (Chicago area) on May 31, 1864. The regiment was shipped to Columbus, Kentucky and was assigned garrison duty until it was mustered out in October 1864.
Livingston died on February 12, 1933 at the age of 87 years. He is buried in the Arnold Cemetery in Arnold (Custer County), Nebraska. Livingston was a member of the Mission Ridge Post (#149) of the Grand Army of the Republic in Greenwood, Nebraska.
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Note: Veteran bios were compiled and written by Dean Podoll.