Ivory G. Kimball
Private, United States Army
Grand Army of the Republic Officer
G. Kimball was born on May 5, 1843. He served in the Civil War as a Private,
55th Indiana Volunteer Infantry.
After the war he was a lawyer and a judge, but was most involved as an Officer of the Grand Army of the Republic. As such, he was instrumental in the design and building of the Memorial Amphitheater at Arlington National Cemetery. He lobbied Congress long and hard for the funds. He died on May 15, 1916 and was buried in Section 3 of Arlington National Cemetery.
His wife, Anna L. Kimball (1843-1931), who he married in 1861, is buried with him.
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