James Thomas Hooker 170
- Born: 16 Jan 1843, Browning, Linn, Missouri, USA
- Marriage: Amy Palmer on 19 Sep 1865 in Sullivan County, Missouri, USA
- Died: 8 Mar 1866, Linn County, Missouri, USA at age 23 86,170
- Buried: Hooker Cemetery (Browning, Linn, Missouri, USA) 170
James Thomas served as a Union soldier in the Civil War, a member of Missouri's Inf. Co. F & A, 23rd Regiment (Pvt 23rd Mo USV). He enrolled at Linneus, Missouri on August 26, 1861. Pvt. James Thomas Hooker died March 8, 1866. James was honorably discharged on January 24, 1864. James was discharged from Finley Hospital in Washington, D.C. on August 12, 1864. It has been said as a result of a wartime injury. James was the first person to buried in the Hooker Cemetery.
James was 6 feet tall with light hair and complexion and had blue eyes.
1. Occupation: Farmer.
2. Military Service: Pvt 23rd Mo USV Civil War. 170
James married Amy Palmer on 19 Sep 1865 in Sullivan County, Missouri, USA. (Amy Palmer was born on 11 Feb 1842 in Shelby County, Indiana, USA, died on 28 Dec 1924 in Livingston County, Missouri, USA and was buried in Sullivan County, Missouri, USA.)