Nathaniel B. Treat (1839-1930)
' j I j I j i I ! ! i j i ! ; ' I j : j LAST SURVIVOR OF GEN. SHERMAN STAFF DIES FROM ILLNESS Capt. Nathaniel Treat, Who Made Famous March to Sea, Dies In Monroe. MONROE. Wis, (Pi Capt. Nathaniel II. Treat, ill. who was be. j llcved to he the last surviving officer j of Ocneml Sherman's stnff during the I famous Civil war march to the sen, idled at his home here tixiay after a I short Illness. I Capt. Iieat, a nallve of Maine, I MTVl'll Willi rillllll!!!!!' Tl I ll 1 f I ,'i.t wi.s,,,,,.,,,, Infantry, during the Civil and was attached to Ucncrul Micnnaiis sum (luring inn memorable iii.mii. He fuiiuiily served as state ass, m-blynian 1mm (.liven county, was a member ol the state board of control lor five .' ears, and served Intermittently on the county board smd city council. He wa.s a member of the Mason!; order for (iJ years. One of the veteran's closest friends WIW sut(. Trea.smrr Solomon Uvli uhl, ,.,, u ,, ,,,,H ,.,, ,..,,,,. in tips vicinity, credited Capt. Treat wlUi writing the love i tiers whleh led to Lcvitan's marriage.