Janis, Here's what I was able to find on the other gentlemen:
The monument people had an oops - it happens sometimes.Andrew Harman's name was actually Herman.He was born in Germany and immigrated to America around 1850.His wife, Sophia Hoferer, was also born in Germany and immigrated to America around 1855.They were married around 1857 and had eleven children.During the Civil War, he served with K Company of the Illinois Infantry 47th Regiment.Around 1870 they moved to Cuming Co., NE, and they stayed there until at least 1890.1900 showed them living at Shoshone.
John H. Hart was born in New York.His Civil War pension record showed he served with B Company, 8th Regiment NY Infantry.There was no such regiment, so I believe he actually served in the 78th Regiment.They had a Company B with a Private John Hart.That unit was in battles at Harper's Ferry, Bull Run, Antietam and Gettysburg.He married Emma Sellick in 1877 in New York, and by 1880 they were living in Boise, where he worked as a cabinet maker.John and Emma had five children.1900 census showed them in Nampa, and his occupation at that time is illegible.After Emma died, John lived with their youngest daughter's family at 510 13th Ave. N.In 1910 he was serving as a police judge.
John J. Knowlton was born in New York, as was his wife, Mary Douglass.He served in the Civil War in I Company, 29th WI Infantry.He enlisted as a corporal in 1862.That regiment was in battles at Jackson and Vicksburg and mustered out on 6/22/1865 at Shreveport, LA.John and Mary were married around 1867 and had six children:William (b. 1868 WI), Lewis (b. 1871 WI),Margaret (b. 1873 WI), John D. (b. 1875 WI), Annie (b. 1881 MO), and one deceased.In 1880 the family lived at Montrose, MO, and John worked as a lumber merchant.By 1891 they lived at Butte, MT, and he had the same occupation.They were still at Butte in 1900.After John died, Mary lived with daughter Margaret in Nampa, then they moved to Caldwell.Margaret was a teacher.