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After the war, Cumings settled in Tidioute, Warren County, Pennsylvania, for the remainder of his life. In 1867, he married [[Sink-312|Charlotte J. Sink]]. Cumings was active in various oil refining companies, served as a bank president, and also held elected offices ranging from School Board President to State Senator.
After the war, Cumings settled in Tidioute, Warren County, Pennsylvania, for the remainder of his life. In 1867, he married [[Sink-312|Charlotte J. Sink]]. Cumings was active in various oil refining companies, served as a bank president, and also held elected offices ranging from School Board President to State Senator.
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At the Department of Pennsylvania, Grand Army of the Republic’s Thirtieth Annual Encampment held at Chambersburg, Pennsylvania on June 3-4, 1896, “a suitable testimonial expressive of our fraternal regard and appreciation of his labors” was presented to Comrade Henry Harrison Cumings in the form of a wood encased, leather bound, engrossed tribute book. To view that tribute book, click [https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:Henry_Harrison_Cummings_G.A.R._Tribute here].
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