Timothy S. Lucas 1833/36-1917 Civil War - searching for family to return docs
I'm looking for any additional information on Timothy S. Lucas who fought in the Civil War. My family is in possession of some of his documents from the Civil War and would like to return them to his family if we can find them. Here is the information that we know about Timothy:
Born: June 9, 1836 in Shelbyville, Indiana (we've seen another date of 1833).
Died: February 28, 1917 in Niles (Alameda County) California.
Timothy married on June 17, 1858. We assume he married Elizabeth Youngman in Brazile, Indiana, by Judge Cumpton.
He was a Private in the Civil War and fought for the Union.
Company A, 6th Regiment, Kansas volunteers Cavalry.
Enlisted: July 21, 1861 at Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas
Mustered Out: November 15, 1864 from Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas
Film Number: M542 roll 6
Timothy worked for the Kansas Pacific Railway Company. He received a letter of recommendation on May 19, 1875 by the Superintendent of Machinery.
Timothy Lucas was a pensioner. His pension certificate number was #992208.