American war hero who was simply an officer in the Union Military through the American Civil Battle and received the Medal of Honor for his actions in the Fight of Baxter Springs. He joined up with the Underground Railroad and helped escaped slaves to independence. He published a book known as Eccentricities of Genius in 1900. He was wedded twice and experienced a son, Wayne Fish pond Jr. who took over his business after his loss of life. He became a lecture supervisor after his amount of time in the battle and one of is own clients was Tag Twain.