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Biblical Aromatherapy

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The Bible mentions about 232 plants by name, or closely enough to figure out what plant is meant. Of these, 24 are aromatic plants; that is, parts of the plants can be pressed or distilled to get an essential oil. Essential oils are the lifeblood of plants and have tremendous healing capabilities.

The healing power of plants is the basis for modern medicines.

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Remarkable Stories,
Volume 1


by Robert Bike

Remarkable events have happened in Freeport and Stephenson County, Illinois, and remarkable people have lived there. These are stories gathered about people and events from 1835 through World War II.

By no means complete, these are overviews of lives and events which shaped our country and our world. From events in the lives of Tutty Baker, Abraham Lincoln, Charles Guiteau, Leonard Colby, Jane Addams and Bob Wienand come stories that will amaze you. Welcome to Volume 1 of our living history.

The author lives in Eugene, Oregon, and works as a Licensed Massage Therapist and Life Coach. An amateur historian, parts of these stories and many more appear on this website.

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Olga Carlile, columnist for the Freeport (Illinois) Journal Standard, featured this website in her column on January 19, 2007.
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The Civil War Roster
Stephenson County, Illinois

Freeport and Stephenson County produced an astounding six Civil War generals!

The best known, Lt. General John McAllisterSchofield, later was Secretary of War in President Andrew Johnson's cabinet, and eventually, Commanding General of the U. S. Army.

Amazingly, John's brother, Brigadier General George Wheeler Schofield, gave the Schofield brothers two generals in one family! George was the inventor of the Schofield revolver and commanded Fort Apache.

Brigadier General John Wilson Shaffer, a Freeport businessman, built the house that was later developed into Freeport Memorial Hospital, and ended his life as Governor of Utah!

Brigadier General Smith D. Atkins was the first man to enlist from Stephenson County; he designed the Civil War monument at the Court House, and was later editor of the Freeport Journal, Postmaster, and author of two books.

Major General Benjamin Dornblaser later was warden at the state prison in Joliet, was a state legislator, and was in the grain business at Dakota, Ill. He authored a book about the Illinois 46th Volunteer Infantry.

Brigadier General Rollin V. Ankeny later was a U. S. Marshall, and worked as a surveyor in Florida and Oregon.

When a telegram came on April 17, 1861, that Lincoln had issued his first call for troops, Mr. Smith D. Atkins, then State's Attorney for the district, at once drafted an enlistment roll and wrote his own name at the head of the list, the first to enlist from the county. Largely through his efforts a company was raised and organized. Atkins was elected captain; M. E. Newcomer, 1st lieutenant; S. W. Field, 2nd lieutenant; E. T. Goodrich, H. A. Sheetz, William Polk and R. W. Hulbert, sergeants; C. T. Dunham, J. O. Churchill, R. H. Rodearmel and W. W. Lott, corporals; C. E. Cotton, drummer; and J. R. Harding, fifer.

The officers and the following privates took the oath April 20, 1861: W. W. Allen, J. W. Brewster, Robert Brennan, W. N. Blakeman, A. S. Best, H. P. Parker, W. H. Brown, Frank Bellman, J. S. Chambers, J. M. Chown, Thomas Chattaway, A. Coppersmith, F. Dreener, J. W. Duncan, J. P. Davis, M. Eshelman, William Eddy, J. Geiser, J. R. Hayes, E. J. Hurlburt, W. J. Hoover, L. Hall, T. J. Hathaway, J. E. Hershey, J. F. Harnish, F. M. DeArmit, W. W. Hunt, W. J. Irvin, S. H. Ingham, Nicholas Kassel, D. L. Fanner, O. F. Lamb, T. H. Loveland, S. Lindeman, S. Lebkicker, J. H. McGee, U. B. McDowell, W. T. McLaughlin, F. Murphy, D. McCormick, J. M. Miller, F. R. McLaughlin, J. P. Owen, J. Pratt, A. Patterson, G. L. Piersol, N. Smith, L. Strong, J. S. Stout, O. F. Smith, M. Slough, C. Sched, J. S. Sills, C. G. Stafford, T. Wishart, W. P. Waggoner, M. S. Weaver, J. Walton, Stephens Waterbury, J. Walkey and J. Work.

May 1, 1861, the company left for Springfield. At Springfield, Capt. Atkins' Company was assigned as Company A, the Eleventh Regiment of Illinois Volunteers.

A second company was soon organized, with W. J. McKimm, captain; Henry Settlee and Philip Arno, lieutenants; Carl F. Wagner, Jacob Hoebel, D. A. Golpin and Theodore Grove, sergeants. The company included: Joseph Meyer, Jacob Fiscus, E. Wike, John Bauscher, L. Lehman, Amos D. Hemming, Joseph Boni, George Moggly, Dietrich Sweden, John Kruse, Meinhard Herren, C. H. Gramp, Jacob Steinhauer, Mat Allard, John Berry, Peter E. Smith, James Holmes, Henry Groenewald, Albert Kocher, Thomas Burling, C. Protexter, David Stocks, Henry Luttig, Thomas Shuler, Adam Haiser, Andrew Olnhausen, E. Neese, David French, J. M. Maynard, A. Borches, Jacob Doll, John A. Raymer, Jacob Ernst, Leonard Sherman, Frederick Deusing, John T. Palmer, John Wheeler, Martin Aikey, R. Harberts, A. V. L. Roosa, Emanuel Evee, C. F. A. Kellogg, John Niemeyer, Thomas Willan, James Vore, August Temple, Jacob Rohrback, Henry Spies, Charles Entorff, Isaac Kephart, James Barron, Herman Froning, Daniel F. Shirk, James Kenneg, Albert J. Miller, William H. Hennich, John Wiefenbach, William Morris, Henry Kasper, Martin D. Rollison, Henry D. Black, John F. Black, Henry Rubald, Bernard O'Brien, George Philbrick, William Quinn, John B. Yoder, John Ginther, M. D. Miller, John Yordy, Moses Burns, Gotlieb Vollmer, Garrison Haines and Max Lamprecht, privates.

Stephenson County furnished a total of at least 3,168 soldiers to the Civil War effort, of which more than 700 perished.

Much of the information on this page came from the 1880 History of Stephenson County; some came from General Dornblaser's Complete History of the 46th Regiment Illinois Voluntary Regiment, and other information comes from personal research. There are undoubtedly typos, misspelled names, and transcription errors, but the information is as accurate as I can make it. As much as possible, here is the name, rank, enlistment date, discharge date or date of death, disabled, promotions, and photos of as many people as I can find. Research is ongoing!

One major problem with the 1880 History of Stephenson County and all other histories that I have read on this topic, is that the only men listed are the ones who enlisted in Stephenson County. If a man from Stephenson County enlisted anywhere else, he is not listed. Also, those who were already in the army or navy when war broke out were mysteriously ignored. The most famous of these are the Schofield brothers, including the most famous of all, General John Schofield!

My research continues, and I will add to this page as I gather more information. Soldiers who died in service are linked to my war memorial page, where more is written about them.

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Remarkable Stories, Volume 1
by Robert Bike

Remarkable events have happened in Freeport and Stephenson County, Illinois, and remarkable people have lived there. These are stories gathered about people and events from 1835 through World War II.

By no means complete, these are overviews of lives and events which shaped our country and our world. From events in the lives of Tutty Baker, Abraham Lincoln, Charles Guiteau, Leonard Colby, Jane Addams and Bob Wienand come stories that will amaze you. Welcome to Volume 1 of our living history.

The author lives in Eugene, Oregon, and works as a Licensed Massage Therapist and Life Coach. An amateur historian, parts of these stories and many more appear on his website, www.robertbike.com.

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FIRST MISSOURI INFANTRY

Gen. John McAllister Schofield graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point in 1853, seventh in his class.

He served for two years in the artillery. He taught as an assistant professor of natural and experimental philosophy at West Point from 1855 to 1860. He took a leave to be a professor of physics at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, from 1860-1861.

At the onset of the Civil War, he signed up with a Missouri volunteer regiment as a major and served as chief of staff to Maj. Gen. Nathaniel Lyon. Lyon died in battle at the Battle of Wilson's Creek, Missouri, in August 1861. Much later, when Medals of Honor were being rather freely handed out in the 1890's, Schofield was awarded the Medal of Honor for "conspicuous bravery" while replacing Gen. Lyon at Wilson's Creek. He thought so little of the Medal, that he failed to mention it in his autobiography, "My 46 Years In The Army."

He was promoted to Brigadier General of volunteers on November 21, 1861, and to Major General on November 29, 1862. On April 17, 1863, he took command of the 3rd Division in the XIV Corps of the Army of the Cumberland.

He returned to Missouri as commander of the Department of Missouri in 1863. In 1864, as commander of the Army of the Ohio, he took part in the siege of Atlanta under Major General William T. Sherman, who, after the fall of Atlanta, took the majority of his forces on a March to the Sea through Georgia.

Schofield's Army of the Ohio was ordered to join Major General George H. Thomas in Tennessee. Confederate General John Bell Hood invaded Tennessee, and on November 30, Hood attacked Schofield's Army of the Ohio in the Battle of Franklin. For his services at Franklin, Schofield was elevated to the rank of Brigadier General on November 30, 1864.

Schofield soundly beat Gen. Hood, joining his forces with Thomas. On December 15-16, Schofield took part in Thomas's victory at the Battle of Nashville.

Schofield then moved his corps by rail and sea to Fort Fisher, North Carolina, in 17 days, occupied Wilmington on February 22, 1865, fought the action at Kinston on March 10, and on March 23, joined Sherman at Goldsboro. Schofield was promoted to Major General on March 13, 1865.

When the war ended, Schofield was sent on a special diplomatic mission to France because of the presence of French troops in Mexico. During Reconstruction, Schofield was appointed by President Andrew Johnson to be military governor of Virginia.

From June 1868 to March 1869, Schofield served as Secretary of War in President Johnson's cabinet.

In 1873, Schofield was given a secret task by Secretary of War William Belknap to investigate the strategic potential of a United States presence in the Hawaiian Islands. Schofield's report recommended that the United States establish a naval port at Pearl Harbor. Schofield Barracks, a major military base on Oahu is named after him.

In 1876 Schofield became superintendent of the United States Military Academy.

From 1888 until his retirement in 1895, Schofield was Commanding General of the United States Army. On February 5, 1895, he was commissioned a Lieutenant General.

He retired on September 29, 1895, upon reaching the mandatory retirement age of 64.

General Schofield died at St. Augustine, Florida, and is buried in Arlington National Cemetery. His autobiography, linked above, was published in 1897.

Today, Schofield is remembered for a lengthy quotation that all cadets at the United States Military Academy at West Point, the Officer Candidate School at Fort Benning, and the United States Air Force Academy are required to memorize. It is an excerpt from his graduation address to the class of 1879 at West Point.

I wrote extensively about General John Schofield here.

George Wheeler Schofield, John's younger brother, was born in Gerry, New York, on September 30, 1833, and was just 10 when the family moved to Freeport, Illinois.

He rose to General in the Civil War, was a respected "Buffalo Soldier," designed the Schofield Revolver and was commander of Fort Apache.

He enlisted in the 1st Missouri Volunteer Infantry in November 1861 and served with his brother John. George was a Captain in Company A, 1st Missouri Light Artillery at the Siege of Vicksburg, Tennessee.

He earned a promotion to Lieutenant Colonel in the 2nd Regiment Missouri Volunteer Light Artillery. In command of the 2nd, he was active in the campaigns of Georgia.

Near the end of the Civil War, he was brevetted Brigadier General of U.S. Volunteers on January 26, 1865 for gallant and meritorious service during the campaigns in Georgia and Tennessee.

The Schofield family now had two brothers who were Civil War generals! John Schofield's son-in-law, Avery Delano Andrews (1864-1959), was also a Brigadier General in the United States Army. Another brother, Charles Brewster Schofield, too young to serve in the Civil War, rose to Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Cavalry. One other brother, Major Elisha Schofield was killed at Vicksburg after the battle when the courthouse roof collapsed while he was on it taking down the Confederate flag.

For more about George Wheeler Schofield, click here.


DEPARTMENT OF VIRGINIA, ARMY OF THE JAMES

Gen. John Wilson Shaffer, also known as J. Wilson Shaffer and J. W. Shaffer was born in Pennsylvania on July 5, 1827.

He was a Freeport businessman, a Colonel and Chief of Staff to General Benjamin Franklin Butler.

In May 1862, General Butler commanded the force that captured New Orleans. Butler ran the city with great firmness and political subtlety. Shaffer learned how to command power and use it firmly.

By the end of the war, Shaffer was brevetted Brigadier General.

After the war, President Ulysses S. Grant appointed him Governor of the Utah Territory in 1870. Gov. Shaffer died under mysterious circumstances in Salt Lake City, Utah, on October 31, 1870.

He is buried in Freeport.

For more information about John Wilson Shaffer, click here.

 


ELEVENTH ILLINOIS INFANTRY

Gen. Smith D. Atkins, commissioned May 14, 1861. Born Jun. 9, 1835, he was a brevetted Brigadier General, the first man to enlist in the Civil War from Stephenson County.

He was cited for conspicuous bravery at Fort Donelson.

He was put on a special assignment by General Grant.

He was cited for bravery at the battle of Pittsburg Landing.

He refused to send runaway slaves back to the South.

He defeated Wheeler's cavalry at Waynesboro.

In his citation for brevet Brigadier General by special order of President Lincoln: "In all his stations as a commanding officer he was popular with both the rank and file; he was a perfect disciplinarian, and was kind and considerate to the men under him; his courage and his judgment as a strategist won their confidence, and they readily and heartily supported him wherever he went." — 1880 History of Stephenson County.

The Stephenson County Civil War Monument was designed by Gen. Atkins. Twenty thousand people attended the dedication.

"Build them monuments of marble, surmounted with statues of Victory. Cut their names in enduring tablets of stone. Tell of their heroic deeds in story, and sing of them in song. Keep their memories green in our hearts forevermore. And yet we will not pay one half the great debt of gratitude and love we owe."—General Smith D. Atkins, Dedication of the Stephenson County Soldiers' Monument, 4 July, 1871.

He was editor Freeport Daily Journal, Postmaster and author of Democracy and Dred Scott (1860) and Abraham Lincoln (1909).

Gen. Atkins died Mar. 27, 1913.

EIGHTH REGIMENT COMPANY B

Leonard ColbyGeneral Leonard Colby, enlisted as a teenager as a private; wounded in the siege at Mobile; captured a Confederate flag in the charge at Fort Blakely, Alabama.

On June 25, 1875, Colby earned a commission to First Lieutenant of Infantry in the Nebraska State Troops, and served in the Sioux and Cheyenne Indian wars.

In June of 1877 he earned a commission as Captain of a company of mounted rifles.

In 1878, Colby commanded a battalion in a 500-mile march against hostile Indians in Nebraska, Wyoming and Dakota.

In August, 1880, he was commissioned Captain of the Beatrice Guards. In July, 1881, he became Colonel of the 1st Nebraska Infantry Regiment.

From 1887-1896 Colby held the office of Brigadier-General, with command of the Nebraska State Troops, two infantry regiments, a troop of cavalry and a battery.

In 1890-1891, Colby led his troops during the Sioux Indian uprising. For the successful conduct of this campaign he received a gold medal from the State of Nebraska for gallant service.

President Harrison appointed Leonard Colby to be Assistant Attorney General of the United States from 1890-1893.

He was an 1867 graduate of Freeport High School.

General Colby's official biography is here, with the Class of 1867.

The true, remarkable story of General Colby's life is told in my book, Remarkable Stories, Volume 1. Only 99 cents to download in .pdf format or $11.99 in paperback.

 

ELEVENTH INFANTRY Company A

1st Lt. Martin E. Newcomer, commissioned May 14, 1861
2nd Lt. Silas W. Fields, commissioned May 14, 1861
1st Sgt. Richardson W. Hurlburt, enlisted July 30, 1861, promoted 2nd Lt.
Sgt. James O. Churchill, enlisted July 30, 1861, promoted 2nd Lt.
Sgt. Orton Ingersol, enlisted July 30, 1861, promoted 2nd Lt.
Sgt. Franklin T. Goodrich, enlisted July 30, 1861, killed battle Shiloh
Sgt. F. R. Bellman, enlisted July 30, 1861, killed at Ft. Donelson
Corp. Hugh Q. Staver, enlisted July 30, 1861, discharged for promotion
Corp. John R. Hayes, enlisted July 30, 1861, discharged November 24, 1862, disabled
Corp. O. F. Lamb, enlisted July 30, 1861, discharged August 3, 1862, disabled
Corp. John D. Waggner, enlisted July 30, 1861, discharged May 17, 1862
Corp. Hial B. Springer, enlisted July 30, 1861, died July 14, 1863, wounded
Corp. William N. Blakeman, enlisted July 30, 1861, discharged July 30, 1864, term expired
Corp. John Cronemiller, enlisted July 30, 1861, killed at Ft. Donelson
Corp. Jason Clingman, enlisted July 30, 1861, discharged for promotion June 6, 1863
Musician C. E. Cotton, enlisted July 30, 1861, transferred to noncommissioned staff
Musician John R. Harding, enlisted July 30, 1861, discharged for promotion June 6, 1863

Addams, S. J., enlisted July 30, 1861, discharged April, 1862, disabled
Alexander, Joseph, enlisted July 30, 1861, died August 3, 1862
Adams, John H., enlisted July 30, 1861, discharged November 20, 1862, wounded
Bradford, John, enlisted December 15, 1861, discharged May 17, 1862
Brewster, John W., enlisted July 30, 1861, transferred to non-com, staff

Brooks, E. L., enlisted July 30, 1861
Bobb, Isaac, enlisted July 30, 1861, discharged December 25, 1862
Brace, S. N., enlisted July 30, 1861, veteran
Bamberger, E., enlisted July 30, 1861, discharged for promotion, October 20, 1863
Chown, Joseph N., enlisted July 30, 1861
Cross, Levi, enlisted July 30, 1861, discharged August 30, 1862, disabled

Clingman, William, enlisted July 30, 1861, killed at Ft. Donelson
Cramer, D. N., enlisted July 30, 1861, killed at Ft. Donelson
Cradler, Joseph, enlisted July 30, 1861, as veteran
Dersham, David, enlisted December 1861, transferred from 109 Illinois. infantry, discharged May 5, 1863, disabled
Dunham, Christopher, enlisted July 30, 1861, transferred to cavalry
Frain, William, enlisted July 30, 1861, discharged May 17, 1862
Fry, John W., enlisted July 30, 1861, died October 17, 1862
French, D. H., enlisted July 30, 1861, discharged May 17, 1862

Figely, William, enlisted July 30, 1861
Ferrin, Harvey, enlisted July 30, 1861, discharged May 17, 1862
Forbes, John, enlisted July 30, 1861
Graham, David F., enlisted July 30, 1861, killed at Ft. Donelson
Gillet, John, enlisted July 30, 1861
Gillap, Henry, enlisted July 30, 1861, discharged July 18, 1862, disabled
Gravenwold, Henry, enlisted July 30, 1861, killed at Ft. Donelson

Hurlburt, E. D., enlisted July 30, 1861, as veteran
Hayes, Russell, enlisted July 30, 1861, discharged August 9, 1862, disabled
Hall, Luther, enlisted July 30, 1861, discharged September 22, 1864, term expired
Hay, Jonathan, enlisted July 30, 1861, disci. October 13, 1861
Hanman, John M., enlisted July 30, 1861, killed at Shiloh
Hartman, F. D., enlisted July 30, 1861, killed at Shiloh
Hile, Samuel, enlisted July 30, 1861, discharged November 20, 1863, disabled
Hays, Samuel P., enlisted January 26, 1865, transferred to 46th Illinois infantry

Hayes, William, enlisted July 30, 1861, veteran
Haight, Samuel, enlisted July 30, 1861, discharged February 9, 1864
Ingham, Samuel H., enlisted July 30, 1861, transferred
Inman, Seth, enlisted July 30, 1861
Kassell, Nicholas, enlisted July 30, 1861, discharged August 14, 1862, disabled
Kearney, Francis, enlisted July 30, 1861, mustered out November 4, 1861, term expired
Kline, Eli, enlisted July 30, 1861, discharged August 21, 1862, disabled
Kailey, Joseph, enlisted July 30, 1861, killed at Ft. Donelson
Lamb, John, enlisted September 27, 1861, discharged May 17, 1863
Loveland, J. H., enlisted July 30, 1861, veteran
Lambert, F., enlisted July 30, 1861, killed Vicksburg, May 22, 1863
Lamb, Thomas, enlisted July 30, 1861
Lutz, Charles H., enlisted July 30, 1861, veteran
Lied, Edwin, enlisted July 30, 1861, discharged November 20, 1862, disabled
Lyon, George W., enlisted July 30, 1861
Lynch, Joseph J., enlisted July 30, 1861, discharged September 14, 1864, term expired
McGhee, James J., enlisted July 30, 1861, veteran
McCormick, D., enlisted July 30, 1861, discharged August 14, 1862, disabled
McGlouthling, R., enlisted July 30, 1861, discharged September 30, 1862, disabled
Marion, Jacob, enlisted July 30, 1861, veteran
Pratt, Joseph, enlisted July 30, 1861
Patterson, Arthur, enlisted July 30, 1861, veteran
Parker, H. M., enlisted July 31, 1861, discharged for promotion
Pope, H. H., enlisted July 30, 1861, discharged May 17, 1862
Roe, John M., enlisted July 30, 1861, veteran
Ross, Isaac M., enlisted July 30, 1861, killed at Ft. Donelson
Smith, O. F., enlisted July 30, 1861, mustered out July 29, 1864, term expired
Slough, M., enlisted July 30, 1861, transferred to corps
Stoner, H. C., enlisted July 30, 1861, veteran
Stoner, Saul, enlisted July 30, 1861
Shoemaker, Anson, enlisted July 30, 1861, discharged May 17, 1862
Smith, Benjamin, enlisted July 30, 1861, discharged February, 1862, disabled
Sidle, John, enlisted July 30, 1861, discharged July 30, 1864, term expired
Syphep, Annias, enlisted September 27, 1861, discharged November 24, 1861, disabled
Thompson, John A., enlisted July 30, 1861, killed at Ft. Donelson
Templeton, David, enlisted July 30, 1861, discharged May 17, 1862
Trimper, John, enlisted July 30, 1861, killed at Ft. Donelson
Taylor, John B., enlisted July 30, 1861, discharged July 30, 1863, disabled
Weaver, M. S., enlisted July 30, 1861, died September 2, 1861
Woodring, Uriah, enlisted July 30, 1861, discharged May 17, 1862
Wohlford, Aaron, enlisted July 30, 1861
Wohlford, Jerit, enlisted July 30 ,1861
Wohlfort, George, enlisted July 30, 1861, promoted Corp., died August 29, 1863
Wohlford, Joseph, enlisted July 30, 1861, promoted Corp.
Wenz, James, enlisted July 30, 1861
Williams, F. J., enlisted September 27, 1861, discharged October 14, 1862, disabled

ELEVENTH INFANTRY Company D

Clement, Louis, enlisted August 15, 1861, died July 27, 1864, wounded



FIFTEENTH INFANTRY Company A

Henry Williams
Warren W. Armstrong
John S. Smith
George W. Whitney
James Hodges
Charles S. Page

FIFTEENTH INFANTRY Company B

Samuel Aikey
Joseph H. Fleaury
Patrick McNichols

FIFTEENTH INFANTRY Company C

Alfred Broadee
Joseph Clark

FIFTEENTH INFANTRY Company D

Hotchkiss, W. N., enlisted may 24, 1861, veteran December 23, 1863
Barnes, William G., enlisted May 24, 1861, veteran January 24, 1864, Company E
Deye, Emanuel, enlisted May 24, 1861, died May 25, 1862, from wounds
Freman, Alfred, enlisted May 24, 1861, veteran January 1, 1864
Smith, William H., enlisted May 24, 1861, veteran January 1, 1864
Giltner, Conrad, enlisted May 26, 1862, veteran January 1, 1864
Hyortas, Julius O., enlisted May 24, 1861, discharged August 1862, disabled
Hawkins, John H., March 26, 1862, veteran January 1, 1864
Protexter, Christian, enlisted May 26, 1861, veteran January 1, 1862
Shattuck, Abner, enlisted May 26, 1861, discharged December 15, 1862, disabled
Smith, Charles, enlisted May 26, 1861, died April 22, 1862
Krink, Jonas, enlisted June 3, 1861, veteran January 1, 1864
Miers, Oscar, enlisted June 3, 1861
Prouse, William H., enlisted September 12, 1861
Wilson, Robert B., enlisted June 3, 1861, veteran January 1, 1864

FIFTEENTH INFANTRY Company F

Sweden, Dietrich, enlisted May 24, 1861
Luttig, Henry, enlisted January 1, 1864
Jordan, Frank A., enlisted November 2, 1861, discharged November 14, 1863, disabled

FIFTEENTH INFANTRY Company G

Capt. James O. P. Burnside, commissioned May 15, 1861, mustered out April 2, 1862
Capt. Albert Bliss, Jr., commissioned 2nd Lt. April 24, 1861, promoted 1st Lt. April 2, 1862; promoted capt. July 7, 1863, mustered out at Consolidation
1st Lt. Hubbard P. Sweet, enlisted as 1st Sgt.May 24, 1861; promoted , 2nd Lt. April 2, 1862; promoted 1st Lt. July 7, 1863; mustered out at Consolidation
Sgt. Robert Reeder, enlisted May 24, 1861, discharged October 27, 1861, disabled
Sgt. Waterman Ells, enlisted May 24, 1861, veteran transferred to Company B, veteran battalion
Sgt. John W. Foil, enlisted May 24, 1861, discharged May 24, 1863, disabled
Sgt. Lansing Ells, enlisted May 24, 1861, discharged October 17, 1861, disabled
Corp. William T. House, enlisted May 24, 1861
Corp. James Aurand, enlisted May 24, 1861, discharged January 1, 1862, disabled
Corp. Albert V. S. Butler, enlisted May 24, 1861, died January 4, 1864
Corp. Thomas J. Kaufman, enlisted May 24, 1861
Corp. George L. Stevens, enlisted May 24, 1861, discharged October 19, 1862, disabled
Corp. Hood Hazlett, enlisted May 24, 1861
Corp. Daniel J. Kelley, enlisted May 24, 1861

Allen, William, enlisted December 1, 1863, transferred to Company B, Veterans Battalion
Auk, Jacob, enlisted May 24, 1861
Addis, Jacob R., enlisted May 24, 1861, discharged January 1, 1862, disabled
Aikey, Martin, enlisted May 24, 1861
Aurand, George C., enlisted May 24, 1861
Bailey, R. B., enlisted May 24, 1861, killed at Shiloh April 6, 1862
Brigham, Lewis D., enlisted May 21, 1861, discharged January 1862, disabled
Braham, August, enlisted May 24, 1861, died December 19, 1863
Bowker, Homer H., enlisted May 24, 1861
Bowker, James M., enlisted May 24, 1861, died August 17, 1861
Barnes, William G., enlisted May 24, 1861, transferred to Company E
Ballinger, Borroughs W., enlisted September 23, 1861, discharged August 15, 1862, disabled
Burrell, Henry, enlisted September 30, 1861

Barden, George R., enlisted March 31, 1864
Barber, George E., enlisted March 31, 1864
Buswell, William J., enlisted May 24, died October 14, 1863
Bahan, John, enlisted May 24, 1861, veteran transferred to Company B, veteran battalion
Brown, Alexander, enlisted May 24, 1861, discharged May 1, 1863, disabled
Cox, James H., enlisted May 24, 1861, discharged October 17, 1861, disabled
Christenson, Claus, enlisted May 24, 1861
Cassidy, William J., enlisted May 24, 1861, discharged November 1, 1862, wounded
Calhoun, John P., enlisted May 24, 1861, discharged January 1, 1862, disabled
Cair, George, enlisted May 24, 1861, discharged August 20, 1862, disabled
Callen, John, enlisted May 24, 1861
DeWitt, N. J., enlisted June 23, 1861, veteran promoted hospital steward
Davenport, Lucius, enlisted May 24, 1861, discharged October 17, 1861
Denton, E. S., enlisted May 24, 1861, veteran transferred to Company B, veteran battalion

Denton, Charles Ebenezer, enlisted May 24, 1861.

Born on a farm in Waddams Township on Dec. 16, 1838.

Once wounded, he went home to recuperate, then returned to his unit, the "Lena Rifles."

Married Henrietta Fury on Nov. 25, 1868. They had four children, Arthur L., Cora E., Wallace W., and Charles Roy. Farmed near McConnell; ran a mercantile business and general store in McConnell. Lived in Freeport for the last 39 years of his life. Was a Freeport police officer.

Member G.A.R.

He died in 1915.

Doyle, Mathew, enlisted May 24, 1861, killed at Shiloh, April 6, 1862
Ehrman, Florence, enlisted May 24, 1861, discharged February 4, 1863, disabled
Ferguson, N. M., enlisted May 24, 1861, discharged January 17, 1862
French, George W., enlisted May 24, 1861
Fox, John C., enlisted May 24, 1861, discharged May 18, 1862, disabled
Feely, Duncan MacD., enlisted May 24, 1861, discharged April 17, 1863, disabled

Gardner, Jerome, enlisted October 1, 1861, discharged October 19, 1862
Garner, John D. F., enlisted May 24, 1861, veteran, transferred to veteran battalion, Company B
Gittner, John C., enlisted May 24, 1861
Gittner, R. D., enlisted May 24, 1861, discharged July 28, 1862, disabled
Girton, John W., enlisted May 24, 1861
Gintter, John, enlisted May 24, 1861, discharged February 7, 1862, disabled
Hayes, Charles G., enlisted May 24, 1861
Heiser, William H., enlisted May 24, 1861, veteran January 1, 1864, transferred to Company B, veteran battalion

Hoag, Leonard H., enlisted May 24, 1861
Hoffe, John, enlisted December 1, 1863, veteran transferred to Company B, veteran battalion
Hackman, John W., enlisted May 24, 1861
Hays, A. A., enlisted May 24, 1861, mustered out May 24, 1864
Hays, Martin, enlisted May 19, 1864, transferred to Company B, veteran battalion
Hayes, William, enlisted May 24, 1861, transferred to invalid corps
Illingsworth, Joseph, enlisted June 17, 1861, discharged January 1, 1862, disabled
Kline, M. V., enlisted May 24, 1861, died November 8, 1861
Kinsman, Richard, enlisted May 24, 1861, veteran January 1, 1864, transferred to Company B, veteran battalion

Myron LawverLawver, M. A., enlisted March 31, 1861, transferred to Company B, veteran battalion

Laurer, Lewis, enlisted May 24, 1861, discharged April 8, 1862, disabled
Landon, Lyman, enlisted May 24, 1861
Ling, E. W., enlisted May 24, 1861, died August 15, 1862
Lambrecht, Max, enlisted May 24, 1861
Milhollin, Daniel, enlisted October 4, 1861, died June 24, 1862, wounded
Moll, William R., enlisted May 24, 1861, transferred to Company B, veteran battalion
Mack, John, enlisted December 5, 1863
Minns, Charles, enlisted May 24, 1861
Mack, Samuel, enlisted December 5, 1863
Murphy, Thomas, enlisted May 24, 1861

Moist, E., enlisted December 24, 1863, transferred to Company B, veteran battalion
Morley, Marshall, enlisted May 24, 1861, discharged December 16, 1862, disabled
Maloney, Michael, enlisted April 23, 1864, transferred to Company B, veteran battalion
Mullen, James, enlisted May 24, 1861
Mathison, Alexander, enlisted May 24, 1861, veteran, transferred to Company B, veteran battalion
McAfee, Henry H., enlisted May 24, 1861, promoted to hospital steward
Miller, John H., enlisted May 24, 1861, discharged October 17, 1861, disabled
Noble, George W., enlisted May 24, 1862, veteran
Niemeyer, John, enlisted May 24, 1861, killed at Shiloh April 6, 1862
O'Brien, B., enlisted May 24, 1861, discharged October 17, 1861, disabled
Philips, Hugh, enlisted May 24, 1861, died January 6, 1862
Pickel, Henry, enlisted May 24, 1861, transferred to veteran battalion, Company B
Patton, William P., enlisted May 24, 1861, discharged December 10, 1862, disabled
Preston, George L., March 31, 1864, transferred to Company B, veteran battalion
Palmer, John T., enlisted May 24, 1861, discharged October 17, 1861, disabled

Reeder, John, discharged June 14, 1862, disabled
Randall, George H., enlisted May 24, 1861, discharged September 2, 1862
Ross, Walter J., enlisted May 24, 1861
Rush, Peter, enlisted May 24, 1861, discharged October 17, 1861, disabled
Rishel, John G., enlisted May 24, 1861, discharged October 17, 1861
Rees, Daniel J., enlisted May 24, 1861
Rohback, Jacob, enlisted May 24, 1861, discharged August 20, 1862, disabled
Seymour, Oliver, enlisted May 31, 1861
Sasman, D. W., enlisted May 24, 1861, discharged October 18, 1862
Sigler, John B., enlisted May 24, 1861
Shiney, Sylvester, enlisted May 24, 1861, veteran transferred to Company B, veteran battalion
Shinkle, George W., enlisted May 24. 1861, January 1, 1864 transferred to Company B, veteran battalion
Stites, David R. P., enlisted September 23, 1861, killed at Shiloh, April 6, 1862
Shrove, William H., enlisted May 24, 1861, discharged October 17, 1861, disabled

Snyder, Egbert, enlisted September 30, 1861, discharged December 18, 1862, disabled
Shinkle, E. R., enlisted May 24, 1861
Stull, James, enlisted September 1, 1862, transferred to Company B, veteran battalion
Shrove, Daniel, enlisted May 24, 1861, discharged February, 1862, disabled
Sturn, Henry, enlisted May 31, 1864, transferred to Company B, veteran battalion
Solace, E. D., enlisted May 24, 1861, died April 28, 1862, wounded
Savidge, Robert S., enlisted, May 24, 1861, discharged July 28, 1862, wounded
Tull, Charles H., enlisted September 23, 1861, veteran
Tenant, Owen, May 24, 1861, died April, 1862, wounded
Trepus, Daniel, September 2, 1862, transferred to veteran battalion
Twogood, Luther J., enlisted May 23, 1861
Wite, John E., enlisted, March 30, 1864, transferred to veteran battalion
Wheeler, John S., enlisted May 24, 1861, killed at Shiloh
Yoder, John B., enlisted May 24, 1861


FOURTEENTH (REORGANIZED) INFANTRY Company K

Blankenship, John, enlisted March 9, 1865
Rollins, Solomon W., enlisted March 9, 1865

 


FOURTEENTH AND FIFTEENTH BATTALION

Maj. Rufus O. McEathorn, commissioned July 7, 1863, mustered out August 1, 1864
Surg. William J. McKim, commissioned May 14, 1861



FIFTEENTH (REORGANIZED) INFANTRY

Surg. William J. McKim, commissioned May 14, 1861, honorably discharged December 22, 1864


FIFTEENTH (REORGANIZED) INFANTRY Company B

Sgt. Waterman Ells, enlisted January 1, 1864
Sgt. William F. Mall, enlisted January 1, 1864
Corp. John D. F. Garner, enlisted January 1, 1864
Corp. Erastus Denton, enlisted January 1, 1864, veteran
Musician Oliver Seymour, enlisted January 1, 1864

Allen, William, enlisted December 1, 1863
Beham, John, enlisted March 1, 1864
Barden, George R., enlisted March 31, 1864
Barber, George E., enlisted March 31, 1864
Foreman, Alfred, enlisted January 1, 1864
Huffee, John, enlisted December 1, 1863
Hayes, Martin, enlisted March 19, 1864
Heiser, Henry, enlisted January 1, 1864
Kinsman, Richard, enlisted January 1, 1864
Lawyer, M. A., enlisted March 31, 1864
Maloney, Michael, enlisted April 23, 1864
Mook, Samuel, enlisted December 5, 1863
Moist, Ephraim, enlisted December 24, 1863
Noble, George W.
Preston, George L., enlisted March 31, 1864
Potter, Samuel
Shuler, Thomas
Stull, James, enlisted September 1, 1862
Starn, Henry, enlisted March 31, 1864
Trepus, Daniel, enlisted September 26, 1862
White, John E., enlisted March 31, 1864

FIFTEENTH (REORGANIZED) INFANTRY Company C

Hotchkiss, W. N., enlisted December 16, 1863
Perry, James H., enlisted March 17, 1862
Price, William, enlisted December 18, 1863
Staplin, George W., enlisted April 1, 1862

FIFTEENTH (REORGANIZED) INFANTRY Company E

Armstrong, W. W., enlisted January 1, 1864
Hawkins, John H., enlisted March 26, 1864, died September 14, 1864
Luttig, Henry, enlisted January 1, 1864
Protexter, Christopher, enlisted January 1, 1864
Prouse, William H., enlisted September 12, 1861, mustered out September 23, 1864
Page, Charles S., enlisted April 27, 1864
Pabst, Charles H. C., enlisted January 1, 1864
Steekle, Ruben, enlisted January 1, 1864
Smith, William H., enlisted January 1, 1864
Steves, Thomas M., enlisted January 1, 1864
Smith, John H., enlisted January 1, 1864
Whitney, George W., enlisted January 1, 1864, discharged March 27, 1865

FIFTEENTH (REORGANIZED) INFANTRY Company G

Fessenden, E. A., enlisted March 2, 1865
Gill, Richard H., enlisted March 2, 1865

FIFTEENTH (REORGANIZED) INFANTRY Company H

Fowler, William, enlisted March 2, 1865

 


TWENTY-SIXTH INFANTRY

Lt. Col. George H. Reed, commissioned 1st Lt. Company B, August 28, 1861; promoted capt. May 17, 1864; promoted Maj. June 6, 1865


TWENTY-SIXTH INFANTRY Company A

1st Lt. John Irvin, commissioned August 31, 1862; died October 6, 1863

TWENTY-SIXTH INFANTRY Company B

Capt. James P. Davis, commissioned May 28, 1861, honorably discharged March 30, 1864.
Capt. Theodore Schernerhorn, enlisted as Corp. August 15, 1861; promoted 1st Lt. May 14, 1863; resigned May 14, 1864
1st Lt. David Layser, enlisted as Corp. August 15, 1861; veteran January 1, 1864; promoted 1st Lt. June 6, 1865
Sgt. William Quinn, enlisted August 15, 1861, discharged October 31, 1862, disabled
Sgt. James P. Dursk, enlisted August 15, 1861; promoted Quartermaster Sgt.
Sgt. William J. Irvin, enlisted August 15, 1861, veteran
Sgt. Jonas Andrew, enlisted August 15, 1861, veteran January 1, 1864
Corporal James P. Winters, enlisted August 15, 1861, died October 10, 1862

Addams, C. H., enlisted August 15, 1861, veteran January 1, 1864
Buckley, Daniel, enlisted August 15, 1861, transferred to Company H
Buckley, Patrick, enlisted August 15, 1861, transferred to Company H
Buckley, John, enlisted August 15, 1861, transferred to Company H
Berry, Edwin, enlisted February 12, 1864
Bentley, William, enlisted August 15, 1861, discharged July 16, 1862
Blake, F. W., enlisted August 15, 1861, transferred to Company L

Bear, F. H., enlisted August 15, 1861, veteran January 1, 1864
Burns, Francis, enlisted August 15, 1861, transferred to Company L
Butcher, James, enlisted August 15, 1861, promoted Corp; veteran January 1, 1864; died October 31, 1864
Burk, John J., enlisted August 15, 1861, discharged August 18, 1864, term expired
Baker, Philip, enlisted August 15, 1861, killed Farmington, Miss., May 9, 1862
Bokof, Harmon, enlisted August 15, 1861, veteran January 15, 1864; mustered out as Corp.
Cornelius, Samuel, enlisted August 15, 1861, veteran January 1, 1864
Cawley, William, enlisted August 15, 1861, transferred to Company I
Choppy, Charles, died May 31, 1864, wounds
Derling, Isreal, enlisted August 15, 1861, veteran January 1, 1864; mustered out as Corp.
Dow, Edward, enlisted August 15, 1862

Doll, Dogebert, enlisted September 18, 1862
Fehr, William, enlisted October 10, 1864
Fleekson, Peter, enlisted February 7, 1864
Fannon, Andrew, enlisted November 3, 1862
Eastland, A. J., enlisted August 15, 1861, transferred to Company I
Eshlerman, William, enlisted August 15, 1861, died July 27, 1862
Eaton, N. H., enlisted August 15, 1861, veteran January 1, 1864
Frisby, Julius, enlisted August 15, 1861, died April 2, 1862
Forbs, Nathan, enlisted August 15, 1861, discharged August 28, 1864; term expired
Foster, R. J., veteran January 1, 1864, mustered out as Corp.
Gold, Charles, enlisted August 15, 1861, died January 9, 1864, wounded
Gartman, Nicholas, enlisted August 31, 1864
Gates, Simon, enlisted August 15, 1861, died September 17, 1863
Geiser, John, enlisted August 20, 1862, died January 2, 1864, wounded
Garrison, Freeborn, enlisted August 15, 1861, discharged August 28, 1864; term expired
Greer, John, enlisted August 15, 1861, discharged October 13, 1864
Hennick, William H., veteran January 1, 1864; mustered out as Sgt.
Hunt, A. B., enlisted August 15, 1861, transferred to Company H
Heise, John, veteran January 1, 1864, died August 19, 1864, wounded
Henry, John, enlisted August 15, 1861, transferred to Company I
Hoag, Theodore G., enlisted February 22, 1864, discharged November 12, 1864, disabled
Hanson, Christopher, enlisted August 15, 1861, discharged July 12, 1862, disabled
Heise, Aaron, enlisted February 22, 1864

Haines, Howard, enlisted August 15, 1861, January 1, 1864 mustered out as Corp.
Haines, Garrison, enlisted August 15, 1861, discharged August 28, 1864; term expired

Heller, Jacob, enlisted January 29, 1864
Hiatt, William W., enlisted August 15, 1861, transferred to Company I
Kane, John, enlisted August 15, 1861 ; veteran January 1, 1864; discharged July 2, 1865
Kummerrer, Tieghman, enlisted August 15, 1861, discharged March 6, 1863, disabled
Kraymer, William H., enlisted August 15, 1861; veteran January 1, 1864
Keegan, James, enlisted August 15, 1861, transferred to Company I
Kramer, Benjamin F., enlisted February 2, 1864
Kruntzler, William, enlisted August 15, 1861; re-enlisted veteran January 1, 1864; mustered out as Corp.
Kouth, Micheal, enlisted August 16, 1862
Leonard, Arthur, enlisted August 15, 1861, transferred to Company I
Lilley, William E., enlisted November 17, 1863
Long, William, enlisted August 15, 1861; died at luka August 28, 1862
Long, John, enlisted August 15, 1861, discharged October 13, 1864; term expired
Long, Jacob H.
Mieley, Samuel P., enlisted August 15, 1861, veteran January 1, 1864; mustered out as drummer
McCoy, Lemuel, enlisted August 15, 1862, died July 22, 1864, wounded
Messenger, J. C., enlisted August 15, 1861 ; promoted Corp, veteran
Montague, Patrick F., enlisted August 18, 1861; veteran January 1, 1864; killed April 30, 1864

Morris, D., enlisted August 18, 1861 ; died May 29, 1864; wounded
Mallick, Franklin, enlisted February 13, 1864
Miller, Bernard, enlisted September 28, 1861, transferred to V. R. C. May 1, 1864
Miller, A. J., enlisted January 1, 1864; transferred to 147th infantry as 1st. Lt. Company G

Melody, Thomas, enlisted September 28, 1861, veteran January 1, 1864
Needham, Dennison, September 8, 1861, transferred to Company I
Needham, Thomas, September 8, 1861, veteran January 1, 1864
Nicholas, Thomas, August 15, killed at Cornith, Miss., October 4, 1862
Paul, V. A., August 15, 1861, veteran January 1, 1864
Robnett, James, enlisted August 15, 1861, discharged January 13, 1863
Rice, Frank, enlisted February 3, 1864; mustered out May 26, 1865, wounded
Robinold, S. J., enlisted August 15, 1861, died May 22, 1862
Raymer, Charles, enlisted February 3, 1864; mustered out July 20, 1865

Reardon, John, enlisted September 8, 1861
Ryan, James, enlisted February 2, 1864
Smith, Peter E., September 8, 1861 ; veteran January 1, 1864; killed May 13, 1864
Smith, Jesse L., enlisted February 10, 1864
Stage, Theo., enlisted September 8, 1861, veteran March 9, 1864
Sting, Rasper, enlisted February 10, 1864
Sigman, Wilson, enlisted September 8, 1861, promoted Corp veteran January 1, 1864; mustered out as Corp.
Sumner, James R., enlisted August 19, 1862
Seiferman, B., enlisted September 8, 1861, died September 12, 1862, wounded

Schmidt, John, enlisted August 29, 1862, killed November 25, 1863
Sharp, Harwood, enlisted February 10, 1864

Schreader, Frederick, enlisted September 12, 1862
Sturdevant, Jacob, January 1, 1862
Thompson, John F., enlisted September 8, 1861 ; discharged August 28, 1864; term expired
Thompson, Loren, enlisted February 2, 1864
Thompson, Joseph D., September 8, 1861 ; discharged August 28, 1864; term expired
Wishart, Thomas, enlisted August 15, 1861, died November 27, 1863
Walkey, Joseph, enlisted August 15, 1861, died March 22, 1862
Wright, N. F., enlisted August 15, 1861, transferred to Company D
Walton, John, enlisted August 30, 1862, killed March 7, 1865

Wertz, C. F.

TWENTY-SIXTH INFANTRY Company H

Capt. Charles F. Wertz, commissioned 2nd Lt. January 1, 1862; promoted 1st Lt. February 16, 1862; promoted Capt. August 22, 1863
Capt. Win. W. Allen, enlisted as Sgt. August 15, 1861; promoted 2nd Lt. February 16, 1862; promoted 1st Lt. August 22, 1863; promoted Capt., declined commission
Capt. Robert Salisbury, enlisted as Corp. November 1, 1861 ; veteran January 1, 1864; promoted Sgt., then Capt. May 19, 1865
Sgt. Charles H. Edmonds, enlisted November 1, 1861

Buckley, John, enlisted January 1, 1864
Beaury, Albert, enlisted November 1, 1861; veteran January 1, 1864
Black, John F., enlisted January 1, 1864, died September 11, 1864, wounded
Black, H. L., enlisted February 3, 1864
Buckley, Daniel, enlisted August 15, 1861; mustered out September 3, 1864; term expired
Buckley, Patrick, enlisted August 15, 1861, dis. July 11, 1862, disabled
Cross, Hiram A., enlisted November 1, 1861, mustered out October 31, 1864; term expired
Deagon, Joseph, enlisted November 1, 1861; veteran January 1, 1864
Fye, Daniel, enlisted January 26, 1864
Fye, J. D., enlisted January 24, 1865
Fye, David
Grey, Robt, enlisted January 1, 1864
Heintz, Micheal, enlisted November 1, 1861 ; veteran January 1, 1864
Hunt, A. B., enlisted August 15, 1861
Mayer, John, enlisted November 1, 1861, mustered out October 31, 1864; term expired
Rice, A. L., enlisted November 1, 1861, died October 15, 1864, wounds
Reef, Joseph S., enlisted March 23, 1864, mustered out Corp.
Rees, Enos S., enlisted January 24, 1865
Rees, John M., enlisted January 31, 1865
Wertz, Jacob, enlisted November 1, 1861; wounded, mustered out December 2, 1864
Winters, Abraham, enlisted November 1, 1861; veteran January 1, 1864
Winters, Cyrus, enlisted November 1, 1861; veteran January 1, 1864; absent, wounded at muster out of regiment
Wagoner, George, enlisted November 1, 1861; veteran January 1, 1864; absent sick at muster out of regiment

TWENTY-SIXTH INFANTRY Company I

Eastland, A. J., died August 1863
Blake, F. W., enlisted January 1, 1864
Keegan, James, enlisted March 12, 1864; killed July 22, 1864
Leonard, Arthur, enlisted January 1, 1864; absent sick at muster out of regiment
Ruff, F. C., enlisted January 1, 1864
Reider, Joseph, enlisted January 1, 1864

TWENTY-SIXTH INFANTRY Company K

Allison, W. W.
Cooper, William, enlisted January 1, 1864
Sheppard, Charles


FORTY-FIFTH INFANTRY Company B

Capt. Thomas J. Prouty, enlisted as private; August 30, 1861, promoted Sgt.; promoted 2nd Lt. November 29, 1862; promoted 1st Lt. December 25, 1864; promoted Capt. July 9, 1865

Hollenbeck, Charles H., enlisted August 30, 1861; discharged April 16, 1863, wounded
Prouty, Elijah, enlisted August 30, 1861; veteran December 19, 1863
Cressler, Alfred, enlisted January 5, 1864

FORTY-FIFTH INFANTRY Company C

Sgt. Orrin L. Williams, enlisted October 1, i861, mustered out December 24, 1864; term expired
Corp. Ephraim Percy,enlisted October 2, 1861

Beaumont, H. E., enlisted October 7, 1861
Foley, Michael, enlisted October 3, 1861
Green, James M., enlisted October 5, 1861, veteran January 5, 1864
Jordan, James, enlisted October 3, 1861, discharged March 2, 1862
Kepheart, Isaac, enlisted October 3, 1861, discharged for disabled
Lasier, Silas D., enlisted December 20, 1861
Mourn, Andrew, enlisted September 20, 1861, reported dead
Morrison, John H., enlisted October 1, 1861, mustered out November 20, 1864
Mitchell, Robert M., enlisted October 7, 1861
Mugley, George, enlisted October 8, 1861
McGrath, Patrick, enlisted October 1, 1861, transferred to V. R. C.
Stocks, Joseph, enlisted October 9, 1861
Verly, John, enlisted October 5, 1861, discharged January 31, 1863, disabled

FORTY-FIFTH INFANTRY Company D

McLaughlin, Thos. W., enlisted October 19, 1861; veteran December 19, 1863; mustered out July 12, 1865
McLoughlin, W. T.
Wilder, Albert A., enlisted October 19, 1861, discharged April 23, 1863, disabled

FORTY-FIFTH INFANTRY Company E

2nd Lt. Charles F. Dube, enlisted as Sgt. September 14, 1861; promoted 2nd. Lt. May 22, 1863; term expired December 25, 1864
Corp. Samuel R. Machamer, enlisted September 14, 1861, discharged May 2, 1862

Boop, Jacob, enlisted March 30, 1864
Boop, William H., enlisted March 30, 1864
Bowersox, Charles, enlisted September 18, 1861, discharged May 2, 1862
Brandt, Abraham, enlisted September 18, 1861, veteran December 19, 1863; mustered out as Corp.
Dubs, Henry, enlisted March 24, 1864
Flickenger, E. O., enlisted September 14, 1861, veteran January 5, 1864
Frasher, William, enlisted September 18, 1861, veteran January 5, 1864
Kiester, Christopher, enlisted September 18, 1861, transferred to invalid corps
Miller, Henry, enlisted September 7, 1861, veteran March 1, 1864
Spellman, Thomas, enlisted September 24, 1861, mustered out September 29, 1864; term expired
Wingard, Jacob, enlisted September 14, 1861, veteran January 5, 1864


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by Robert Bike

Remarkable events have happened in Freeport and Stephenson County, Illinois, and remarkable people have lived there. These are stories gathered about people and events from 1835 through World War II.

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FORTY-SIXTH INFANTRY

Gen. Benjamin Dornblaser, commissioned adjt. October 1861, promoted Major February 8, 1862, promoted Col. October 1862, brevited Brigadier General February 20, 1865. His last name was sometimes misspelled Dornblazer.

He was born in Pennsylvania on October 12, 1828 and moved to Illinois as a young man. He was a student at Mount Morris Seminary. He learned the skill of a surveyor and worked at that and as a farmer in Stephenson County.

He fought at Fort Donelson, and was severely wounded in the left shoulder and slightly in his right elbow at Shiloh on April 11, 1862. The bullet was never removed.

After healing he returned to fight at Vicksburg and Jackson. He commanded troops at Yazoo, Jackson Cross Roads, and expeditions from Port Hudson and east of Memphis.

He was breveted Brigade General and later Major General for gallant and meritorious services during the war.

After the war, Davis was in the grain business at Dakota, Ill.

He served as warden of the Illinois Penitentiary at Joliet from 1867-1869.

He served as a state legislator.

He moved to Kansas in 1875, where he used his considerable skills as a surveyor for the railroads throughout the western states and territories. He served as Wilson County, Kansas, Commissioner and was the county surveyor from 1879 to 1904.

He died in April 1905, and was survived by his wife of 52 years, three daughters and two sons. He died on the day of the 60th anniversary of his last Civil War battle, the charge on Fort Blakeley.

A historian, he began researching and writing a history of the 46th Regiment.

Col. John A. Davis, commissioned September 12, 1861, died at Bolivar, Tenn., October 10, 1862, of wounds received at battle of Hatchie.

Davis was born in New York State in 1824, & moved to Rock Run Township with his parents at age 14. In 1849 he married Amy Springer of Rock Run.

He was severely wounded through the right shoulder at Shiloh, losing the use of his right arm.

He returned to duty, and was the first to fall at the battle of Hatchie. He was carried to Bolivar, Tennessee.

He left his widow and two children; two children preceded him in death.

His funeral was at First Presbyterian Church in Freeport.

Maj. John M. McCracken, commissioned Capt. Company K, December 30, 1861, promoted Maj. October 1862, term expired December 23, 1864.

McCracken was born June 3, 1831, in Pa. Received a common school education and was engaged in farming pursuits; while he also employed part of his time in the Woolen Mill with his father.

He came to Illinois about 1856. Maj. McCracken was variously employed in Freeport, until the breaking out of the war and at the second call for troops enlisted in Company K, 46th Ill. Infantry, in which he was tendered a commission as Captain of his company.

Was engaged at battles of Donelson and Shiloh, where he was severely wounded. He received the high approval of his superior officers for his meritorious conduct, which was rewarded by a commission as Major. Oct. 11, 1862.

Participated in Siege of Corinth; Battle of Hatchie, Oct. 5, 1862; Siege of Vicksburg and Jackson, 1863.

Was mustered out in December, 1864, at the expiration of term of service.

On the 28th day of Aug., 1879, he died and was buried in the cemetery at Ridott, Ill. His widow and one daughter survived him.

Maj. Joseph Clingman, commissioned Capt. April 24, 1862, promoted Maj. December 23, 1864.

Born Ohio, 1829.

Came to Stephenson County with his uncle, George Washington Clingman in 1837. Self-educated. Taught in local schools. Logged the Richland timber.

Enlisted in Company A, 46th Infantry. Wounded severely in left arm at Battle of Jackson Cross Roads. Participated in all the marches and battles with his regiment.

He married a Louisana woman and settled there.

They later moved to Cincinnati where he clerked and she taught school.

He died in 1900.

Quarter Master Edwin R. Gillett, commissioned September, 1862, resigned as a 1st Lt. on October 5, 1864.

Born March 1831 in Batavia, Genesee, New York. Married Matilda S. Young of Oneco on January 17, 1856, by Elder J. L. Towner. He moved with his wife to Chickasaw County, Iowa. In 1856 he was the first representative in the Iowa State Legislature from Chickasaw County and served for one term.

He enlisted in Stephenson County, and served honorably.

He died at age 76, March 25, 1907, at Roswell, New Mexico Territory. He is buried at South Park Cemetery, Roswell.

Quarter Master James B. Wright, commissioned October 5, 1864.

Born August 25, 1822, Syracuse, N.Y.

Moved to Stephenson County in 1839. Married Sarah I. Davis on March 1, 1842 (daughter of Col. Horatio Davis, sister of Col. John A. Davis). They had three sons & one daughter.

His father fought in the war of 1812; his grandfather Ebenezer Wright fought in the revolution.

James served 3-4 years; left service in 1866.

He died April 2, 1899.

He was a member of the Masons & the G.A.R.

Major, Surgeon, Dr. Elias C. DePuy, commissioned September 23, 1861, resigned November 1, 1864.

Born Syracuse, N. Y., 1824.

Moved to Freeport in June of 1855.

Was treating wounded at Pittsburg Landing when a shell exploded, severely wounding him in the spine. After recovering, he served for two more years.

After the war, he returned to Freeport where he served as Treasurer of Stephenson County.

He continued to suffer greatly from the spinal wound and died from it on June 11, 1879.

He was survived by his wife Rhoda.

1st Asst. Surgeon Julius Nelson DeWitt, commissioned 2nd. asst. Sgt. March 5, 1864; promoted 1st asst. Sgt. November 1, 1864; mustered out Jan. 20, 1866. He was a homeopathic doctor. He died in 1870.
Chaplain David Teed, commissioned October 11, 1861, resigned September 1, 1862. He carried monies received by the soldiers safely back home to Stephenson County for their families.

Sgt. Maj. William Swanzey, enlisted December 1861, discharged May 29, 1862, disabled. Born Center County, Penn., married Mary Williamson Reed in 1850, and moved to Stephenson County in 1852. They had four children,

Wounds and illness disabled him; he received an honorable discharge.

After the war, he returned to Freeport and lived there until 1893. He moved to LeMars, Iowa, and died there in 1903.

Sgt. Maj. Henry A. Ewing, discharged October 25, 1863, for promotion.

Enlisted Company A, 46th Regiment Sept. 10, 1861, from Freeport.

Promoted to Lieutenant and put in charge of U. S. colored regiment.

He mustered out after the war.

Sgt. Maj. John E. Hershey, discharged September 1, 1864, disabled.

Moved with his parents to Stephenson County in 1851. His occupation was tinner.

While carrying the regimental flag at the battle of Hatchie on October 5, 1862, he was severely wounded.

He recovered, then was captured at Holly Springs by General Van Dorn's forces.

He died in February 1865 from his wounds.

Sgt. Maj. Edgar Butterfield, veteran, mustered out September 20, 1866. From Lancaster Township. Born Morristown, N. Y. Enlisted Sept. 10, 1861 at age 22.
Sgt. Maj. F. H. Whipple, transferred from 11th infantry, mustered out July 8, 1865
Quarter Master Sgt. James Duncan, enlisted September 14, 1861, discharged May 29, 1862, disabled
Quarter Master Sgt. Julius T. Weld, enlisted Jan. 30, 1864; mustered out June 20, 1866
Comsy. Sgt. E. R. Gillett, enlisted September 14, 1861, discharged for promotion as regimental quartermaster
Comsy, Sgt. W. H. Barnds, veteran, mustered out January 20, 1866
Hospital Steward Thos. Walcott, veteran
Hospital Steward Joseph Chambers, enlisted September 14, 1861, discharged August, 1862, disabled
Hospital Steward James Steels, discharged March 1, 1864, for promotion
Hospital Steward Thos. J. Allen, veteran, mustered out January 20, 1866
Principal Musician George W. Trotter, veteran, reported dead October 1865

 

FORTY-SIXTH INFANTRY Company A

Capt. John Musser, commissioned September 10, 1861, died April 24, 1862. Died of wounds, April 24, 1862.

He was born in Center County, Pennsylvania March 18, 1833, the second son of Jonas Musser.

In 1856 he moved to Orangeville, Illinois, where he farmed and ran a mercantile business.

At the battle of Shiloh, he was mortally wounded in the first engagement on April 6.

After being wounded with a broken thigh, he sheathed his sword, continued at his post, seized a gun, fired several shots and fell from sheer exhaustion.

He was carried off the field of battle by Robert Ritzman and, with others, was placed on board the hospital boat for home.

At Quincy, Capt. Musser was met by his old and esteemed friend, Dr. W. P. Naramore. His wound was of such a serious nature that amputation of the leg was found necessary, but medical skill could render no assistance for the preservation of life.

He was married to Emmaline Evans. They had two children, Thomas and Neava Jennie.

Capt. Isaac A. Arnold, commissioned 2nd Lt. September 10, 1861 promoted, 1st Lt. April 1, 1862; promoted Capt. December 23, 1864.

Born in Morgan County, Ill., on Oct. 17, 1836, later moved to Stephenson County where he farmed in Florence Township.

Participated in the battle at Fort Donelson, and was wounded in the first engagement at Shiloh on Sunday morning. Participated in the battle of Matamora on the Hatchie River. At the siege of Vicksburg.

Staff officer to General Dornblaser on the Yazoo River & the battle of Jackson Cross Roads.

After muster out in 1866, farmed and moved to Nebraska.

Member of the G.A.R.

1st Lt. William O. Saxton, commissioned September 10, 1861, promoted 2nd Lt. October 15, 1861; promoted 1st Lt. December 23, 1864. Participated in battle at Fort Donelson. Mustered out for disability.
William Reynolds, enlisted as Sgt. September 10, 1861, promoted 2nd. Lt. October 15, 1861, promoted 1st Lt. December 23, 1864. Lived in Oneco before the war.

2nd Lt. George S. Dickey, enlisted as Sgt. September 10, 1861, promoted 2nd. Lt. April 1, 1862, after the battle at Shiloh.

Born September 1836, moved to Stephenson County at an early age & farmed in Florence Township.

Participated in battles at Donelson, Shiloh, Hatchie, Corinth and Jackson. Resigned October 15, 1864 on certificate of surgeon.

Returned to farm and later moved to Griswold, Iowa, where he was Justice of Peace. Commander in G.A.R.

Late in life moved to Council Bluffs, Iowa.

2nd Lt. William M. Moore, promoted 1st. Lt. December 23, 1864.

Born in Pennsylvania Nov. 30, 1838. Came to Illinois September 1860, a stone and brick mason by trade.

Fifer in the Regimental Band.

Commanded the company in the absence of other commissioned officers.

Mustered out January 1866.

Returned to Freeport & worked as mason until 1881, when he moved to Lawrenceburg, Tennessee.

Sgt. Horace D. Purinton, enlisted September 10, 1861, discharged December 12, 1863
Corp. Daniel M. Hart, enlisted September 10, 1861, discharged July 8, 1862, disabled
Corp. Thomas S. Clingman, enlisted September 10, 1861, discharged August 2, 1862, wounds
Corp. Andrew M. Fellows, enlisted September 10, 1861, died May 2, 1862
Corp. Albert M. Lull, enlisted September 10, 1861, killed at Shiloh
Corp. Benjamin Musser, enlisted September 10, 1861, discharged November 24, 1862, disabled
Corp Wesley J. Best, enlisted September 10, 1861, veteran
1st Sgt. Quincy E. Pollock, Co. A, enlisted September 10, 1861, as 1st Lt, seriously wounded in the breast, Jan. 6, 1862, died April 6, 1862 at Mound City. From Buckeye Township.

Arnold, A. F., enlisted September 10, 1861, discharged September 4, 1862, disabled
Andrew William, enlisted September 10, 1861, veteran December 22, 1863, died at Duvall's Bluff, December 10, 1864
Andrea, Jacob D., enlisted September 10, 1861, discharged
Ambrose, DeWitt, C., enlisted January 5, 1864
Allen, John A.
Allison, William W., enlisted October 10, 1861, died March 16, 1863

Belknap, C. A., enlisted January 24, 1865
Bruner, Robert D., enlisted January 5, 1864, as Corp., died October 6, 1864
Barrett, Edward, enlisted January 25, 1864, died August 12, 1864
Babcock, James, M., enlisted August 10, 1862, discharged November 25, 1863, for promotion
Best, Hiram C., enlisted January 24, 1865, discharged June 19, 1865
Bolander, H. W., enlisted September 10, 1861, discharged August 25, 1862, disabled

Bates, A. J., enlisted September 10, 1861, discharged July 9, 1862, disabled
Bolander, George W., enlisted September 10, 1861, veteran December 22, 1863, mustered out as Corp.
Best, Robert T., enlisted September 10, 1861, died November 7, 1861
Barrett, Charles, enlisted September 10, 1861, discharged August 13, 1862, wounded
Best, Wesley J., enlisted December 22, 1863, died August 19, 1864, wounds

Benter, Martin, enlisted September 10, 1861, discharged November 14, 1862, wounds
Buss, Hillery, enlisted September 10, 1861, veteran December 22, 1863, mustered out as Corp.
Cearn, William, enlisted September 10, 1861, transferred to invalid corps
Clingman, Abner, enlisted September 10, 1861, veteran December 7, 1863, mustered out July 14, 1865
Clingman, Hiram, enlisted September 10, 1862, killed battle of Shiloh
Clingman, George R., enlisted September 10, 1861, veteran December 22, 1863
Clouse, Charles, enlisted September 10, 1861, died September 7, 1862

Clingman, Charles, enlisted September 10, 1861, veteran December 22, 1863
Clingman, John T., enlisted January 26, 1865
Clingman, William M., enlisted January 24, 1865

Cadwell, Horace, enlisted January 24, 1867
Clow, Benjamin, enlisted January 24, 1865
Clause, William, enlisted January 27, 1865
Deriges, John P., enlisted February 7, 1865
Daughenbaugh, C., enlisted October 15, 1864, mustered out October 8, 1865
Derrick, James E., enlisted September 10, 1861, discharged May 28, 1862, disabled

Descaven, D. P., enlisted September 10, 1861, died September 22, 1862
Davidson, George W., enlisted September 10, 1861, discharged April 28, 1863, disabled
Elliott, John, enlisted September 10, 1861, killed at Shiloh
Erley, William F., enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 7, 1863
Evans, Thomas W., enlisted January 5, 1864

Ellis, Elias, enlisted January 24, 1865
Faurer, Robert A., enlisted October 10, 1862, veteran
French, D. H., enlisted January 28, 1864
Ford, William D., enlisted January 27, 1865
Fellows, George E., enlisted February 27, 1864; mustered out May 15, 1865

French, S. A., enlisted September 10, 1861, mustered out as Sgt.
Garrison, D. W., enlisted September 10, 1861, veteran December 22, 1863
Gibbons, Thomas, e September 10, 1861
Galpin, Daniel A., enlisted September 10, 1861; term expired

Gibbens, William, enlisted September 10, 1861, veteran December 7, 1863
Garrard, W., enlisted January 24, 1865 ; absent, sick at muster out
Glynn, James, enlisted January 25, 1864
Carman, Lawrence G., enlisted February 8, 1864
Green, Chris, enlisted October 10, 1861
Hunting, George H., enlisted January 5, 1864, discharged for promotion in U. S. C. H. Art.
Hartzel, William, enlisted December 30, 1863, veteran, absent at muster out
Hart, Joseph E., enlisted Jan 31, 1865
Hill, John, enlisted January 24, 1865
Hills, H. M., enlisted January 24, 1865
Hoot, John, enlisted September 10, 1861; killed at Shiloh
Hunting, Charles H., enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 7, 1863; discharged July 14, 1864
Hollenbeck, H. W., menlisted September 10, 1861; died May 3, 1862; wounded
Hunting, William A., enlisted Sept 10, 1861

Hart, James H., enlisted September 10, 1861 ; veteran December 22, 1863
Holsinger, William H., enlisted September 10, 1861; died April 1, 1862

Hoyman, Henry, enlisted February 6, 1865
Hadsell, N. A., enlisted; discharged March 9, 1866
Hadsell, A. C.
Hart, John, enlisted August 30, 1862; mustered out June 19, 1865; as Sgt.
Hart, Thomas J., enlisted August 30, 1862; mustered out June 19, 1865
Hathaway, Homer H., enlisted

Joy, Benedict, enlisted February 20, 1864
Jefferies, Joseph G., September 10, 1861; veteran December 10, 1863; absent at muster out

Kemper, Adam, enlisted September 10, 1861; 1st Sgt., discharged for promotion. Enlisted at Lena.

Participated in battles at Fort Donelson, Shiloh, Corinth, Hatchie, Vicksburg and Jackson.

Commissioned Captain of Company K, 6th Regiment, U. S. Heavy Artillery October 28, 1863 & served with regiment until end of hostilities.

After the war moved to Chicago in sales for the wholesaler Wood & Willow Ware Firm of Felix Marston & Blair, until 1882; was manager of a lumber company at Fargo, N. D., from 1882 to 1884, then moved to Salina, Kansas, and engaged in the lumber business until 1890, then went to Denver, Colo., and was employed as a Deputy Assessor for four years, after which he went to Summit County, Colo., and engaged in mining.

Krape, William W., enlisted February 29, 1864. Born in a little log hut in Stephenson County, Illinois, April 11, 1847. He enlisted at age 16.

After the war, he was commissioned Captain of Company C, 3rd Regiment, Illinois National Guard.

He entered the University of Wisconsin and taught at District Schools.

At the age of 26, he became a dentist and practiced for 20 years.

He married Emma Garman on January 28, 1875. They had two children, Bessie M. Krape and William G. Krape. Bessie graduated from the University of Wisconsin at Madison and returned to teach at Freeport High School. Bessie married Roscoe J. Carnahan, a Freeport attorney. William G. graduated from the military academy at Deerfield, Wis., entered the University of Wisconsin, and after graduation, worked in journalism at his father's paper, the Freeport Evening Standard.

Dr. Krape formed the Order of the Knights of the Globe, a secret society with the aim of a higher state of civilization. He was president of the Cosmopolitan Life Insurance Company.

He served as a state legislator in the 45th General Assembly for the 12th District.

Law, John H., enlisted January 26, 1865
Lee, L. H., enlisted January 26, 1865
Miller, I., enlisted December 23, 1863; absent at muster out
Moore, George W., enlisted January 25, 1863
Moser. William, enlisted February 29, 1864
McAfee, R. L. H., enlisted January 4, 1864

Musser, Charles, enlisted January 31, 1865
Moser, E. A., enlisted January 24, 1865
Morgan, H. A., enlisted January 24, 1865
May, Willard, enlisted February 24, 1864, died May 18, 1864
McCarthey, James C., enlisted February 1, 1864, veteran
Moore, William R., enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 7, 1863; discharged March 19, 1865,
Sgt.
Miller, H. W., enlisted September 10, 1861, veteran
Musser, James, enlisted September 10, 1861, veteran December 22, 1862
McHoes, John, enlisted September 10, 1861, transferred to invalid corps
More, Chas F., enlisted September 10, 1861, died April 2, 1863
Mason, John H., enlisted September 10, 1861, discharged November 24, 1862, wounded
Mack, James H., enlisted September 10, 1861, veteran December 22, 1863
Neil, William R., enlisted February 20, 1864

Peck, Theo., enlisted September 10, 1861, died January 8, 1862
Patten, John, enlisted September 10, 1861, killed Shiloh
Plowman, Charles, enlisted September 10, 1861, veteran December 22, 1863
Patten Robert, enlisted September 10, 1861, veteran December 7, 1863, mustered out as Corp.

Parrish, Pleasant, enlisted September 10, 1861, transferred to Company B
Peck, A., enlisted September 10, 1861; mustered out November 12, 1864
Parker, John., enlisted February 18, 1864, absent (sick) at muster out
Rogers, H. G., enlisted October 10, 1861; killed at Shiloh April 6, 1862
Reiniger, Samuel J., enlisted December 17, 1863
Rice, M. A., enlisted February 1, 1864

Ritzman, John, enlisted February 6, 1865
Rubendall, D. R., enlisted January 4, 1864, mustered out June 10, 1865
Rudy, John, enlisted December 23, 1863, mustered out May 22, 1865
Quiggle, Robert H., enlisted September 10, 1861, veteran December 7, 1863, mustered out July 14, 1865

Ritzman, Robert D., enlisted September 10, 1861, veteran December 22, 1863
Riem, James, enlisted September 10, 1861 ; veteran December 22, 1863 ; died March 22, 1864
Rush, John, enlisted September 10, 1861, discharged August 16, 1862, disabled

Rogers, D. F., enlisted September 10, 1861, veteran December 22, 1863, died December 12, 1864
Rodimer, William H., enlisted September 10, 1861, killed at Shiloh
Rollins, E. W., enlisted September 10, 1861, died June 29, 1862

Smith, C. H., enlisted September 10, 1861, veteran December 7, 1863
Solomon, John C., enlisted September 10, 1861, discharged May 8, 1862, disabled
Sheckler, John, enlisted September 10, 1861, veteran December 7, 1863
Scovill, Daniel A., enlisted September 10, 1861, veteran December 22, 1863, mustered out as Corp.
Sleight, Samuel A., enlisted September 10, 1861, discharged May 8, 1862, disabled
Smith, E. W., September 10, 1861, transferred to invalid corps
Scovill, Nelson, enlisted September 10, 1861, died April 18, 1862 of wounds

Stephens, James N., enlisted September 10, 1861, died May 9, 1862
Smith, James C., enlisted January 4, 1864
Scovill, Alfred B., enlisted January 25, 1864

Colonel, Shadel, Samuel P., enlisted December 17, 1863, as a private. Last name variously spelled Shadell.

Born Center County, Penn., on January 27, 1844. In 1856 moved to Stephenson County, going to school in the winter and working on the family farm in the summer.

Samuel and his four brothers fought for the Union. Samuel enlisted at age 19, his brother Adam C. enlisted at 17.

After the war, Samuel married Emma C. Hassinger of Rock Grove in 1867 and moved to Monroe, Wis. He worked as a clerk in the store of J. Bolender.

In 1882 he helped organize the Monroe City Guard, and was commissioned 1st Lieut. by Governor Jeremiah M. Rusk. In May 1886, when workers went on strike, he ordered his men to clear the streets. After nine days of service, they returned home.

In June, 1888, he was commissioned Major in the Wisconsin National Guard.

In 1898, when war was declared with Spain, his regiment was mustered into the U.S. Voluntary Service. Samuel was commissioned Colonel of the 1st Regiment, Wisconsin Voluntary Service. The regiment consisted of 12 companies of 100 men each, and three battalions. His regiment served the duration of the war under General Fitz Hugh Lee.

Shadell, A. C., enlisted October 30, 1863. See Samuel, above.

Swartz, John L., enlisted October 30, 1863
Shellenberger, John, enlisted January 8, 1864
Sheets, George W., enlisted January 25, 1864
Sanborn, Charles G., enlisted February 6, 1865
Sills, Thomas, enlisted January 24, 1865
Seidle, Charles H., enlisted December 23, 1863, died November 20, 1864
Sherman, Leonard
Tomlins, John W., December 16, 1863
Taft, Joseph A., enlisted March 4, 1865
Thompson, L. B., enlisted October 8, 1864
Taylor, John W., enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 7, 1863; discharged for promotion 53d U. S. C. I.

Thompson, James M., enlisted September 10, 1861; died April 1, 1862
Van Brocklin, James M., enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 22, 1863

Vincen, Thomas, enlisted September to, 1861; veteran December 22, 1863
Walker, John W., enlisted September 10, 1861
Winchell, H. P., enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 7, 1863
Wieland, John M., enlisted September 10, 1861 ; died November 2, 1862
Woodring, John M., enlisted September 10, 1861, discharged November 22, 1862, disabled
Wilson, Benjamin F., enlisted September 10, 1861; died December 30, 1861
Whisler John B., enlisted September 10, 1861; died December 30, 1861

Wilson, R. P., enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 22, 1863
Waddell, John R., enlisted January 5, 1864
Woodring, U., enlisted February 27, 1864
Wall, Thomas, enlisted March 21, 1865, discharged

Winters, Darius, enlisted August 10, 1862; mustered out July 7, 1865.

Born Ohio Feb. 20, 1838. In 1849 moved with parents to farm in Florence Township.

Taken prisoner May 25, 1863, & held at Vicksburg a month and a half before Grant took the city.

After the war, returned to farm.

Married Mary J. Cronkrite, a native of Saratoga County, N.Y. They had two children, Hattie E. and Joseph D.

Late in life moved to Washington State. Member of G.A.R.

Wetzol, F. F., enlisted February 17, 1864
Windecker, William, enlisted February 6, 1865
Waddell, William W., enlisted January 28, 1865
Woodring, John M., enlisted February 7, 1865

FORTY-SIXTH INFANTRY Company B

Gen. Rollin V. Ankeny, commissioned September 14, 1861; resigned December 31, 1862; re-enlisted June 18, 1864 and served guarding railroads in Tennessee.

Born Penn. May 22, 1839.

In 1856 he moved with his family to 320 acres in Stephenson County.

Captain Ankeny was breveted Brigadier General by act of the Senate and President Andrew Johnson.

After the war, he moved to Winterset, Iowa; also served as U. S. Marshall in Des Moines.

Later was a land surveyor in Florida and Oregon.

He was a member of the Knights Templar, the Sons of the Revolution, and the G.A.R.

Capt. William J. Reitzell, enlisted as Sgt. September 10, 1861; promoted 2nd Lt. June 10, 1862; promoted 1st Lt. July 10, 1862; promoted Capt. January 1, 1863; term expired December 23, 1864.

Born Center County Penn., Jan. 19, 1837, and came to Stephenson County June 22, 1840. Farmed until 1859, when he went to work at Long & Son in Freeport at the wholesale and retail grocery business.

At the battle of Pittsburg Landing was wounded in left arm and back from explosion of a shell.

After recovering, returned to regiment at battle of Shiloh. Breveted Major by U. S. Senate and President Andrew Johnson.

After the war, returned to farming and mercantile. Married Susan Hershey and had nine children, four boys and five girls

Capt. Robert F. Cooper, enlisted as Sgt. September 10, 1861; promoted 2nd Lt. January 1, 1863; promoted 1st Lt. September 27, 1864; promoted Capt. December 23, 1864.

Born Clark County, Ill., May 24, 1841 and moved to Rock Grove later that year. Attended school in winter and farmed with his father in the summer.

Participated in battle at Fort Donelson, and at Shiloh was severely wounded in the left arm. Returned to duty, participating with every battle with his company throughout the war except Fort Blakely.

After the war, graduated from commercial college at Peoria, and engaged in grain and mercantile trade at Rock City. Elected county treasurer and served for four years. Moved to Seward, Nebraska, and built the Blye Valley flouring mills. Also did government service in Nebraska. Married Emma J. Brenizer.

1st Lt. Henry Roush, commissioned September 14, 1861; resigned April 18, 1862, died at Freeport, May 10, 1864.

Born in Center County, Penn. Maker of boots & shoes. Moved to Rock Grove, Illinois at age 20, where he opened a successful store. Was appointed Postmaster by President Buchanan.

Fought in battle at Donelson. Fell gravely ill and could not fight at Shiloh.

Returned home; recovered; re-enlisted. Fell gravely ill.

Was transported back and died at Freeport, just a few miles short of home.

He had married Miss McCauley; they had one daughter.

1st Lt. Emanuel Faust, enlisted as Sgt. September 10, 1861; promoted 2nd Lt. July 10, 1862; promoted 1st Lt. January 1, 1863; resigned September 27, 1864.

Born Center County Penn., Nov. 18, 1828. Occupation was blacksmith.

Moved to Stephenson County in 1849. Prepared the iron work for Bower's Mill in Orangeville. Blacksmithed throughout the area, especially Rock Grove.

Involved in recruiting. Was ill for a few months. Honorably served for three years.

Upon returning home, found his family very ill.

Later moved to Seward, Nebraska and Wyoming.

Was married for more than 50 years.

1st Lt. George S. Roush, enlisted as Corp. September 10, 1861; promoted 2nd. Lt. September 27, 1864; promoted 1st. Lt. December 23, 1864; resigned June 19, 1865.

Born Center County, Penn., April 17, 1840.

Moved to West Point Township in 1849. Worked on farm and went to school until age 18, then taught school for two years in Lena district.

Participated in battles at Fort Donelson, Shiloh, Hatchie, Vicksburg, Corinth and Fort Blakely. He was wounded three times, but always immediately returned to the lines.

After the war, he was in business at Lena with his brother Cornelius in flour, feed and coal. Moved to Montana where he mined and clerked. Returned to Lena and worked for the Illinois Central Railroad, in charge of the telegraph repair department. In 1897 he was named Postmaster of Lena. He married Margaret Wilson; they had two daughters, Jessie Elizabeth and Lucy M. Was commander of the G.A.R.

1st Lt. Thomas B. Jones, enlisted as Corp. September 10, 1861; promoted 2nd Lt. December 23, 1864; promoted 1st Lt. July 31, 1865.

Born Buckeye Township, Stephenson County, Ill., Feb. 3, 1841. Got a common school education in district school in the old log school house of the pioneer days. Attended select school for three winters at Cedarville conducted by Miss Gorham of Rockford. Assisted on his father's farm until the war, enlisting without telling his father.

Participated at Fort Donelson, and at Shiloh where he was wounded on the scalp and assisted from the field. Fought at Corinth, Vicksburg, Corinth, Jackson and the expedition to Trinity, Louisiana. Went on furlough home, then returned to regiment for Yazoo City, and Fort Blakely, Alabama, where his right ear drum was broken by close proximity to heavy artillery, causing total deafness.

Mustered out 1866, arriving home on his 25th birthday. Attended Commercial College at Peoria. Returned to Stephenson County to farm. In 1891 spent one winter at Salem, Oregon, with his wife and son, Ralph. Served 14 years as Justice of the Peace and one year as Supervisor of Buckeye Township.

Commander of G.A.R, I.O.O.F., and prepared the history of the 46th Illinois Infantry, started by General Dornblaser.

2nd Lt. Thomas J. Hathaway, commissioned September 14, 1861; resigned June 10, 1862.

Born Vermillion County, Ill., Sept. 28, 1831, and moved with his parents to Stephenson County, Ill., in May 1836.

Participated at Fort Donelson, commanded the company at Shiloh.

Resigned due to failing health, and lived near Dakota.

2nd Lt. Aaron McCauley, enlisted as private September 10, 1861; veteran promoted 2nd Lt. July 31, 1865.

Born Union county, Penn., May 6, 1839, and came to Rock Grove in the spring of 1842.

Farmed there until enlistment.

Served for the duration of the war.

After the war, returned to farm at Rock Grove.

1st Sgt. Thomas J. Hood, enlisted September 10, 1861; transferred to Company G
Sgt. Robert Smith, enlisted September 10, 1861; transferred to Company G
Corp. George Cox, enlisted September 10, 1861; died October 9, 1862, wounds
Corp. Leonard Shook, enlisted September 10, 1861; discharged July 10, 1862; as Sgt. disabled
Corp. John E. Hershey, enlisted September 10, 1861; promoted Sgt. Maj.
Corp. John Y. Haughey, enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran January 5, 1864; mustered out May 30, 1865
Corp. J. W. Barker, enlisted September 10, 1863; discharged February 12, 1865; as private disabled
Corp. Isaac F. Kleckner, enlisted September 10, 1861; discharged June 14, 1862; disabled
Musician Isaac Bolander, enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 7, 1863
Musician Casper Long, enlisted September 10, 1861; transferred to Company G
Wagoner Isaac N. Mallory, enlisted September 10, 1861; discharged August 12, 1862; disabled

Ashenfelter, Cyrus, enlisted September 10, 1861; died December 6, 1861
Arnold, Adam, enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 7, 1863
Askey, Samuel, enlisted February 5, 1864
Arnold, Charles, enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 23, 1863
Askey, John, enlisted February 5, 1864
Andre, Jacob, enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 23, 1863; transferred to Company A
Artley, Abram, enlisted February 15, 1864; transferred to Company K

Alshouse, Jacob, enlisted September 10, 1861; discharged September 21, 1862; disabled
Ansberger, S., enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 7, 1863

Barr, John W., enlisted September 10, 1861; promoted Sgt. Maj.

Born at Columbus, Ohio, March 12, 1840; moved to Rock Run Township 1860.

Participated in battles of Fort Donelson, Shiloh, Hatchie, Vicksburg and Jackson.

Promoted to rank of Captain in the 6th U.S. Artillery on Nov. 22, 1863, and soon after was detailed as an Acting Ordinance officer and reported to General Crocker at Natchez, Miss., serving as such for the Southern District of Mississippi and attached to the staff of General J. W. Davidson, and served in this position until muster out.

Married Lottie H. Davis Dec. 25, 1860. After her death, he married Agnes S. McLanahan in 1883. He was the father of eight children.

After the war he settled in Vinton, Iowa. He was a member of A.F.&A.M, and the G.A.R. He was a cabinet maker and was in the furniture business.

Boyd, Franklin, enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 23, 1863
Brenizer, J. K., enlisted February 1, 1864; mustered out as Corp.
Barker, A. J., enlisted September 10, 1861; discharged December 28, 1863; disabled
Brayman, E. P., enlisted December 26, 1863
Barker, S. S., enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 23, 1863
Bloss, Joseph L., enlisted February 8, 1864
Bowen, John T., enlisted September 10. 1861; veteran December 23, 1863
Bolender, Jackson, enlisted February 1, 1864
Bolander, Aaron, enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 23, 1864; mustered out June 19, 1865
Burgess, Solon S., enlisted September 10, 1861; discharged June 30, 1863; disabled
Bolander, John P., enlisted February 1, 1864

Bovver, Charles F., enlisted September 10, 1861; died April 23, 1862 of wounds
Butterfield, Edgar, enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 1863; promoted Sgt. Maj.
Collins, Thomas, transferred from 99th Illinois
Crawford, Franklin, enlisted September 10, 1861; mustered out September 9. 1864
Carroll, Henry, enlisted February 2, 1864
Chambers, Joseph, enlisted September 10, 1861; promoted hospital steward
Cooper, George W., enlisted February 1, 1864

Cantrell, Joseph T., enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran Decmber 23, 1863; transferred to Company K
Clark, Siias W., enlisted December 16, 1863
Cooper, A. J., enlisted January 24, 1865

Cade, Charles, enlisted September 10, 1861; discharged August 12, 1862; disabled
Chase, L. W., transferred from 99th Illinois
Dubois, William W., enlisted December 26, 1863
Duncan, O. P. enlisted January 26, 1865
Duncan, James
Daniels, Willis, mustered out January 8, 1866

Dougherty, George, enlisted January 2, 1864; discharged September 17, 1864; disabled
Ernst, Jacob, enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 7, 1863
Eli, Marion, enlisted December 18, 1863; transferred to Company K
Erb, Ira, enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 7, 1863; mustered out as Corp.
Frankeberger, Aaron, enlisted February 22, 1864
Forbes, A. W., enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 7, 1863
Foster, George, enlisted February 1, 1864
Frankeberger, E. B., enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 7, 1863

From, James, enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 7, 1863.

While engaged in digging trenches, Corp. From was overcome by long continued watching and working, and in a lull from the enemies' firing, fell over fast asleep on top of the earthworks. At about 4 a.m., orders were given to fall back to the main line of works. Corporal From was fast asleep, and two or three shakes failing to arouse him, the men said he may be dead. "Neugent", the wag of the company, came along and gave him a vigorous shake, and saying, "Jim, if you're dead, why don't you say so." By this time, Corp. From was awake, and said, "No, I am not dead."

Frize, Henry, enlisted September 10, 1861; died March 31, 1862
Gallagher, H. C., enlisted December 17, 1863
Guiter, Adam, enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 23, 1863
George, William, enlisted February 12, 1864; died September 10, 1864
Gibler, Hiram, enlisted September 10, 1861; mustered out September 9, 1864
Gibler, Joseph H., enlisted September 10, 1864
Hess, Andrew, enlisted February 4, 1865; died April 24, 1865; wounded
Henrich, Cornelius, enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 7, 1863
Hinies, Joseph, enlisted February 19, 1864
Hay, John, enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 23, 1863; mustered out as Sgt.
Hartman, H. J., enlisted January 28, 1865
Hathaway, H. H., enlisted September 10, 1861; transferred to Company A
Hartman, Joseph W., enlisted January 24, 1865
Hathaway, J. J., enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 7, 1863
Hinds, Erastus, enlisted January 24, 1865
Hathaway, Jas. B., enlisted September 10, 1861; discharged April 23, 1862; disabled
Hamilton, Thos., transferred from 99th Illinois
Hess, Andrew, enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 23, 1863
Hofmerster, August W., mustered out October 9, 1865
Hill, Langford, enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran February 15, 1864
Hendrickson, A. mustered out October 9, 1865
Henderson, W. J., enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 7, 1863; mustered out July 15, 1865
Hartzel, John, enlisted October 13, 1864; mustered out October 12, 1865
Henderson, Francis, enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 23, 1863; mustered out as Sgt.
Hathaway, Phillip, enlisted January 30, 1864; discharged December 31, 1866
Hoag, Charles, enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran
Howe, James, enlisted January 24, 1865
Hinds, Erastus, enlisted September 10, 1861; discharged July 30, 1862; disabled
Inman, H. L., enlisted February 2, 1864
Johnson, William T., enlisted December 27, 1863; died June 17, 1865
Kaup, George S., enlisted September 10, 1861; discharged July 30, 1862; disabled
Kryder, Jacob N., enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 23, 1863
King, Edwin, enlisted February 3, 1864
King, Robert, enlisted February 1, 1864
Kerr, William enlisted September 10, 1861; killed at battle of Shiloh
Kellog, E. V., enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 23, 1863; died October 4, 1864
Lauck, Jacob, enlisted February 2, 1864
Mingle, D. J., enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran January 5, 1864
McKee, Robert, enlisted October 21, 1861; veteran December 23, 1863
Mather, A., enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 7, 1863
McKee, David, enlisted November 13, 1863
McElhaney, William, enlisted September 10, 1861; discharged April 4, 1862
Mogle, Samuel, enlisted February 2, 1864
McCurdy, Francis, enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 23, 1863

Mogle, Jacob, enlisted February 2, 1864
Mitchell, Norton, enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 23, 1863
McCauley, Isaac, enlisted February 2, 1864
Moses, John N., enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 23, 1863
Mitchell, C., transferred from 99th Illinois
McLenahan, George, enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 7, 1863
Mogle, L. W., enlisted February 1, 1864; mustered out October 21, 1865
Malory, Daniel, enlisted September 10, 1861; mustered out September 9, 1864
Mack, Harry A., enlisted September 10, 1861; died June 15, 1862
Mallory, John W., enlisted September 10, 1861; died May 17, 1862
McGinnis, Joseph, enlisted September 10, 1861; died September 28, 1862
Mingle, John H., September 10, 1861; veteran December 23, 1863
Nicholas, John, enlisted September 10, 1861; discharged November 7, 1862; disabled
Pentecoff, Levi, enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 23, 1863; promoted Sgt. Maj.
Parrish, P. P., discharged February 3, 1863; disabled
Pieter, John, enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran January 5, 1864
Pierce, James, enlisted December 9, 1863
Potter, Francis, enlisted September 10, 1861
Potter, Julius, enlisted September 10, 1861; died February 6, 1862
Pierce, James, enlisted September 10, 1861; discharged November n, 1862; disabled
Rockwell, Charles W., enlisted September 10, 1861; died May 14, 1862
Rishel, Daniel L.
Reed, W. D., enlisted January 27, 1864
Reed, John P., enlisted January 27, 1864
Runkle, John H., enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 23, 1863
Roush, Henry, enlisted February 1, 1864; died July 10, 1864
Seibold, Calhoun, enlisted February 1, 1864
Stottler, Jacob, enlisted September 10, 1861; died May, 1862; wounded
Skinner, W. W., enlisted February 8, 1864
Segin, Theo., enlisted December 17, 1863

Snyder, F. M., enlisted December 24, 1863
Shaffer, W. F., enlisted January 24, 1865; mustered out June 20, 1865
Stanley, John, enlisted February 1, 1864; mustered out September 8, 1865
Shane, Charles N., enlisted September 10, 1861; died July 26, 1863
Stone, E. L., enlisted February 9, 1864; died November 27, 1864
Shane, Thomas J., enlisted September 10, 1861; mustered out September 9, 1864; Corp.
Smith, Henry, transferred from 99th Illinois
Sprague, George D., enlisted September 10, 1861; discharged February 28, 1863; disabled
Taft, H. C., enlisted January 24, 1865
Turrinzo, Anson, enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 23, 1863

Thompson, I. E., enlisted February 4, 1864
Tyler, Dayton D., enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 7, 1863; transferred to Company D
Thompson, Robert S., enlisted February 4, 1864
Tomlins, J. W.
Van Meter, John C., enlisted September 19, 1861; discharged July 7, 1862; disabled

Vocht, Levi S., enlisted January 24, 1864
Vinson, George, enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 7, 1863; transferred to Company H
Vinson, John, enlisted January 8, 1864; died August 12, 1864

Wilson, George, enlisted September 10, 1861; died April 30, 1862
Wunshel, George, enlisted February 1, 1864
Wright, Charles F., enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 23, 1863
Wohlford, Franklin, enlisted February 2, 1864
Webb, Oliver P., enlisted February 4, 1864
Wagner, P. R., enlisted January 24, 1865
Wilson, Henry, mustered out October 9, 1865
Yoder, Andrew B., enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 23, 1863

Zigler, Miller, enlisted February 2, 1864; transferred to Company K

FORTY-SIXTH INFANTRY Company C

Capt. Frederick Khrumme, commissioned September 10, 1861; resigned April 23, 1862

Capt. Philip Arno, commissioned 1st Lt. September 10, 1861; promoted capt. April 23, 1862; term expired December 23, 1864.

Born in the kingdom of Bavaria, Germany, on July 30, 1837.

In 1857 he located in Freeport as a cooper.

He served three plus years and participated in all the battles.

He was taken prisoner at Vicksburg with about 25 members of Company C.

After the war, he was in the hotel business, the New York House, on Galena Street.

He later was involved in conducting a pharmacy business with his son in Dubuque.

Capt. Edward Wilke, enlisted as Sgt. September 10, 1861; promoted 2nd Lt. September 29, 1862; promoted 1st Lt. December 17, 1863; promoted Capt. December 23, 1864

1st Lt. Harbert Harberts, enlisted as Sgt. Sept 10, 1861; promoted 1st Lt. April 23, 1862, mustered out for promotion 2nd Miss. C. I. December 17, 1863.

Of German descent, he enlisted at Freeport and was appointed Orderly Sergent.

He participated in the battles of Fort Donelson, Shilog, Corinth, Matamora, Hatchie, Vicksburg and Jackson.

1st Lt. Andrew Ohlenheusen, enlisted as private December 22, 1863; promoted 2nd Lt. December 17, 1863; promoted 1st Lt. December 23, 1864.

Born in Wuerttemberg, Germany, on Nov. 21, 1832. Learned the cabinet maker's trade. Moved to America in 1852.

Came to Freeport in July 1855. Employed by Mr. Andrews, who erected flouring mills. He earned 30 dollars per month. He saved his money and invested in land, farming in Stephenson County.

He participated in all the battles with the regiment. For a while, he was detailed to serve as Adjutant of the regiment. He served for four and a half years.

He returned to his farm after the war and married Catherine High on March 22, 1866. They had five children; two sons survived. Andrew died at Eureka Springs, Ark., where he went to seek benefit from sickness of asthma and kidney trouble.

2nd Lt. Addo Heinrich Sanders Borchers, commissioned September 10, 1861; resigned September 29, 1862.

Born Feb. 1, 1829, in Leer, Germany.

Immigrated with his widowed mother and seven siblings on the ship Germania from Bremen to New York, arriving on Aug. 26, 1853.

Married Jan. 1, 1854, to Janneke Geerds Ohling. They came to America on the same ship.

Died Feb. 19, 1883, in Baileyville. Buried in Silver Creek Cemetery, German Valley.

2nd Lt. Robert Long, born in Bavaria, Germany on Nov. 17, 1839, came to America in 1852, arriving in Freeport in November, working on his father's farm.

Upon enlisting, he was appointed Corporal, and soon after to Sergeant.

For a while, he was a member of the army band, and served in this position until after the battle of Shiloh. He was then appointed 1st Sergeant of his company, and on Nov. 28, 1863, was discharged to receive promotion as 2nd Lt., 6th U.S. Artillery and commissioned by Adj. General Thomas and assigned to duty under Col. B. G. Farrar.

He was in charge of a section of 12 pound Howitzers at Natchez, Miss., and served for about six months. When the guns were put out of service, he was put in charge of Company I, 6th U.S. Artillery, and later of Company A, and ordered to Vidalia, La. and detailed to act as A. A. A. Gen. of the post, where he served until discharged in the fall of 1865.

After returning to Freeport, he worked as a carpenter and soon opened a furniture store. Later, he added hardware.

He married Mary Koller of Rock Run Township. They had several children and retired to Rock City.

2nd Lt. Emil Neese, enlisted as Corp September 10, 1861; promoted 2nd Lt. March 30, 1865.

Born Sept. 9, 1842 at Lippe Detmold, Germany and emigrated to American at age 17, settling in Freeport with his uncle's family.

He participated in all the principal engagements with the regiment.

After the war, he engaged in the dry goods and grocery business until his death of consumption on Nov. 1, 1873.

Sgt. Adolph Wallbrecht, enlisted September 10, 1861; disabled for promotion in U. S. C. H. Art.
Sgt. Carl H. Gramp, enlisted September 10, 1861; discharged September 9, 1864; term expired
Sgt. Ferdinand Beutz, enlisted September 10, 1861; mustered out September 16, 1864
Corp. Albert Koch enlisted September 10, 1861; died May 15, 1862
Corp. Arnold Rader, enlisted September 10, 1861; discharged September 22, 1862; disabled
Corp. Carl Lipinski, enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran March 19, 1864
Corp. John Ochxle, enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 22, 1863
Corp. Peter Steinmetz, enlisted September 19, 1861; veteran December 22, 1863; died October 15, 1864
Corp. C. Michealson, enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran February 21, 1864
Musician Conrad Kahn, enlisted September 10, 1861; died May 15, 1862
Musician Albert Stacker, enlisted September 10, 1861; discharged July 3, 1862 disabled

Arens, Peter, enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 22, 1863
Altmann, Henry, enlisted January 24, 1865
Abels, Johann, enlisted September 10, 1861; discharged September 14, 1864; term expired
Adams, George W., transferred from 99th Illinois
Bauer, Anton, enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 22, 1863
Burkhart, John, enlisted December 31, 1863
Berg, Alfred, enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 22, 1863
Burkhardt, A., enlisted died July 24, 1865
Berg, Alfred, enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 22, 1863
Backes, Jacob, enlisted February 4, 1864
Benton, John L., enlisted February 29, 1864; mustered out May 22, 1865
Bonn, Joseph, enlisted September 10, 1861
Byrne, Martin, enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 22, 1863
Barmington, F., enlisted February 26, 1865
Baker, Jacob
Bagger, Heinrich, enlisted September 10, 1861; died October 15, 1862
Burkhardt, A., enlisted died July 22, 1865
Bles, Jacob, enlisted December 20, 1863; dis. May 27, 1865
Cruse, John, enlisted September 10, 1861
Cohlstedt Henry, enlisted January 15, 1864
Christian, John
Crueger, Henry, enlisted January 15, 1864
Dreesman. Ubbo, enlisted September 10, 1861; died April 1864
Diller, Michael, enlisted December 25, 1861; transferred to V. R. C.
Durken, N. H. Van., enlisted September to, 1861; died April 25, 1862
Davis, Philip
Dobble, W., enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran January 5, 1864
Dede, Henry, enlisted January 27, 1865
Duitsman, W., enlisted September 10, 1861; December 22, 1863
Dennis, Thomas, died October 7, 1865
Denzing, F., enlisted September 10, 1861; disabled, September 9, 1864; term expired
Dillin, Michael, enlisted January 24, 1865
Egnsen, B. W., enlisted September 10, 1861; died May 19, 1862
Eickle, Anton, enlisted January 25, 1864
Esch, J. J., enlisted September 10, 1861
Friday, Philip, enlisted January 28, 1864
Froning, Herman, enlisted September 10, 1861; discharged October 14, 1863; disabled
Farley, Thomas, enlisted September 10, 1861; transferred to Company K
Friedman, Valentine, enlisted December 31, 1863
Freivert, F., enlisted September 10, 1861; discharged January 12, 1863; disabled
Franz, Safrin, enlisted February 9, 1864

Foster, John, enlisted January 27, 1865
Frey, Johann, enlisted January 1, 1862; died at Vicksburg, July 5, 1862
Frewart, Charles, enlisted November 26, 1863; died December 19, 1864

Giboni, H., enlisted September 10, 1861; killed at Shiloh

Getz, Andrew, enlisted February 3, 1865
Gretzley, Gottleib, enlisted September 10, 1861; died April
26, 1862; wounds
Gasteger, A., enlisted January 1, 1864
Heeron, W., enlisted September 10, 1864; veteran December 22, 1863
Hoebel, Jacob, enlisted January 29, 1864
Hasselmann, Fred, enlisted September 10, 1861; killed at Shiloh

Hofwimer, Joseph, enlisted January 18, 1864
Harberts, Johann, enlisted September 10, 1861; discharged February 4, 1863; disabled
Held, Frederick

Hencke, W., enlisted January 28, 1864
Heine, Frederick, February 29, 1864; killed July 8, 1864
Husenger, O., enlisted September 10, 1861; died May 5, 1862
Jaeger, John, enlisted January 24, 1865
Koller, Johann, enlisted Sept 10, 1861; discharged September 9, 1864; term expired
Koller, William, enlisted November 25, 1861; veteran January 5, 1864
Kuhlmeier, H., enlisted September 10, 1861; discharged September 13, 1864; term expired
Kohle, Jacob, enlisted December 26, 1863

Kraemer, Jacob, enlisted September 10, 1861; died July 19, 1862
Klock, H., enlisted September 10, 1861; died July 4, 1862
Krueger, Klaas, enlisted September 10, 1861; discharged February 5, 1863; disabled

Krumme, H., enlisted September 10, 1861; transferred to Company G
Knock, Harm, enlisted September 10, 1861; discharged September 13, 1864; term expired
Kraemer, F., enlisted September 10, 1861; died May 26, 1862
Knock, Andreas, enlisted September 10, 1861; killed at Shiloh

Knoeller, George, enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 22, 1863
Kauner, Christ, enlisted September 10, 1861; discharged June 19, 1862; disabled
Kohle, Joseph, enlisted January 4, 1864
Kaemer, George, enlisted January 27, 1865
Kastler, Nicholas, enlisted January 26, 1864
Kuhler, August, enlisted January 29, 1864
Kaubenberger, P. G., enlisted January 26, 1864
Knecht, Philip, enlisted January 28, 1864
Kom, Lewis, enlisted January 1, 1864
Koyn, Frederick, enlisted February 12, 1864

Koehler, Fred, enlisted January 30, 1864
Koller, Fred, enlisted January 27, 1864
Kaemer, George N.
Kleger, George, enlisted March 2, 1865

Ketlerer, John, enlisted January 1864; died September 18, 1864
Krueger, Carl, enlisted January 5, 1864; died November 29, 1864
Latour, Charles, enlisted November 7, 1861; veteran December 22, 1863
Lapp, Aaron, enlisted September 10, 1862; died May 4, 1862
Ludicke, Henry, enlisted February 4, 1864
Lahre, John, enlisted December 18, 1863
Lahre, Isaac, enlisted December 26, 1863
Lahre, Elias, enlisted January 25, 1865
Long, Charles M., enlisted January 27, 1865
Long, Jacob, enlisted January 27, 1865
Leter, Nicholas, enlisted October 6, 1864; mustered out October 4, 1865
March, James, enlisted September 10, 1861; transferred to V. R. C.
Mueller, Gottfried, enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 22, 1863
Metzger, Richard, enlisted September 10, 1861; discharged November 7, 1862; disabled
Metzen, Nielaus, enlisted September 10, 1861; transferred to V. R. C.
Marbeth, Leons, enlisted September 10, 1861; killed at Shiloh
Marks, J. F., enlisted September 10, 1861; killed at Shiloh
Marks, Marius, enlisted September 10, 1861; discharged June 19, 1862; wounded
Meisencamp, C., February 15, 1864; mustered out as Corp.
Miller, R. William, enlisted December 16, 1863
Miller, William, enlisted December 18, 1863
Meise, Comrad, enlisted February 10, 1864, drowned August 24, 1864
Miller, Frederick, enlisted February 7, 1862; veteran February 12, 1864; 46th I. V. I. Company C
Neef, Johann, enlisted September 10, 1861; discharged September 4, 1862; disabled
Neef, Hermann, enlisted September 10, 1861; discharged September 13, 1864; term expired
Van Nurgen, Jacob, enlisted October 29, 1861; mustered out November 12, 1864
O'Konas, Cornelius, enlisted January 27, 1865
O'Konas, Peter, enlisted January 27, 1865; died June 12, 1865
Otto, Charles, enlisted January 25, 1865

Olthoff, William, enlisted October 29,1861; discharged October 20, 1864; term expired
Olnhausen, Andreas, enlisted October 29, 1861; veteran December 22, 1863
Plumer, Johann, enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 22, 1863
Penning, Wiard, enlisted September 10, 1861; died September 31, 1861
Perstin, F., enlisted September 10, 1861; discharged September 13, 1864; term expired
Polmann, Albert, enlisted September 10, 1861; discharged October 19, 1862, as Corp.
Prince, Jacob, enlisted January 24, 1865; mustered out June 20, 1865
Peppering, Chris, enlisted October 29, 1861; veteran December 22, 1863
Van Raden, John, enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 22, 1863
Rebel, Johan, enlisted September 10, 1861; killed at batttle of Shiloh
Reichemeier, C., enlisted September 10, 1861; died January r, 1862; wounds
Rader, Arnold, enlisted February 29, 1864
Romelfauger, Jacob, enlisted January 28, 1864
Rorback, Jacob, enlisted February 26, 1864
Rach, Ernest, enlisted January 28, 1864
Rippberger, John, enlisted January 28, 1865
Reinecke, Joseph, enlisted
Restine, George, enlisted

Schneider, H., enlisted September 10, 1861; discharged December n, 1862; disabled
Stohr, John, enlisted September 10, 1861; discharged November 13, 1862; disabled
Schmaltzhaf, H., enlisted September 10, 1861; died April 24, 1862; wounds
Steifenhofer, M., enlisted September 10, 1861; died January 25, 1862
Stober, William, enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 22, 1863; mustered out as Sgt.

Steinhauer, Jacob, enlisted 10, 1861; discharged September May 24, 1862; disabled
Schmidt, Johann, enlisted February 2, 1864

Schvenstein, Burkhardt, enlisted February 9, 1864; mustered out January 20, 1866
Streeger, Peter, enlisted February 27, 1864
Stork, Henry, enlisted February 10, 1864
Schwartz, H., enlisted January 26, 1864
Schneider, A. C., enlisted February 4, 1865
Seiferman, L., enlisted February 2, 1865
Saur, Julius, enlisted February 1, 1865
Spies, Jacob, enlisted October 29, 1861; killed October 5,
1862
Schlueker, H. A., enlisted February 4, 1864; drowned August 26, 1864
Schneider, Joseph, enlisted January 5, 1864
Schroeder, Frank, enlisted December 29, 1863; mustered out October 3, 1865, as Corp.
Seidenburg, Frederick, enlisted October 29, 1861; discharged February 7, 1862
Stoehr, John, enlisted, discharged May 31, 1865
Steffer, Michael, enlisted February 4, 1864; mustered out June 7, 1865
Schroeder, Charles, mustered out June 7, 1865
Schweitzer, John George, enlisted October 29, 1861; veteran January 5, 1864
Thei, Fredrich, enlisted September 10, 1861; died May 9, 1863

Trivel, W., enlisted February 8, 1864
Vacopp, Philip, enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 22, 1863; died May 21, 1864
Vollmer, Gottleib, enlisted September 10, 1861; drowned May 14, 1863

Weifenbach, enlisted September 10, 1861; discharged July 10, 1862; disabled
Wolff, Johann, enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 22, 1863
Weggenhausen, Max, enlisted September 10, 1861; veteran December 22, 1863
Wagner, H. L., enlisted January 1, 1864
Weik, Louis, enlisted January 26, 1864
Wagner, W., enlisted February 6, 1865
Wernick, H. A., enlisted January 18, 1864
Werner, Jacob, enlisted January 26, 1865
Wepel, H., enlisted January 27, 1865
Wyarda, Theodore, enlisted February 13, 1864
Wunderlin, Saver, enlisted February 2, 1864; mustered out May 22, 1865
Zeibrich, Paulus, enlisted September 10, 1861; discharged November 23, 1862; disabled

FORTY-SIXTH INFANTRY Company D (New Company)

Capt. James W. Crane, commissioned February 3, 1864; discharged March 25, 1865.

Born May 21, 1808 at Amsterdam, N.Y., and moved to Stephenson County in 1849, locating in Waddams Township.

Later moved to Freeport and engaged in the livery business, and carried the mail for many years from the Post Office to the Depot.

Participated in Yazoo, and commanded his company in the battle of Jackson Cross Roads.

After the war, he returned to the livery business with his sons until his death from an accident with a runaway horse on Sept. 21, 1873.

He was believed to be the oldest man in the regiment to hold commission.

Capt. Francis O. Miller, commissioned 1st Lt. February 3, 1864; promoted Capt. June 6, 1865.

Born Northumberland County, Penn., March 17, 1824.

Came to Freeport Aug. 17, 1857.

Made boots & shoes.

Participated at Yazoo, Jackson Cross Roads, commanded his company in charge of Fort Blakely, Alabama on April 9, 1865.

Guarded the rebel property after surrender at and north of Mobile on the railroad; took his company up the Red River to guard rebel property.

Commissioned Captain after resignation of Capt. J. W. Crane.

Returned to Freeport and resumed the manufacture of boots and shoes.

Tragically killed by falling cornice on lower Stephenson Street on October 16, 1889.

Buried in City Cemetery.

1st Lt. Isaac Bobb, commissioned 2nd Lt. January 30, 1864; promoted 1st Lt. June 6, 1865.

Born Marion County, Penn., Dec. 22, 1835, coming to Stephenson County in 1844.

Discharged for sickness. Recovered and re-enlisted.

Remained with unit until unit mustered out.

Married Sarah Miller; they had four children, two boys, Milton and Archie, and two girls.

Farmed until his death on March 18, 1891.

Member G.A.R.; charter member I.O.O.F., member Rebekah Lodge.

2nd Lt. Benjamin F. Hayhurst, enlisted as private, December 24, 1863; promoted 1st Sgt.; promoted 2nd Lt. June 6, 1865

Aurand, John J., enlisted December 17, 1863; mustered out June 22, 1865
Adams, John H., enlisted December 29, 1863
Atkins, Lewis E., enlisted January 5, 1864
Avery, William N., enlisted November 30, 1863
Brady, Frederick, enlisted October 10, 1864; mustered out October 9, 1865
Brown, William W., enlisted February 26, 1865
Brown, John W., enlisted October 25, 1864
Beswick, A. W., enlisted February 27, 1864
Bolick, Henry, enlisted December 26, 1863
Benton, Levi, enlisted December n, 1863; mustered out July 3, 1865
Bates, A. J., enlisted December n, 1863; discharged February 14, 1865; Sgt. disabled
Brown, James E., enlisted December 23, 1863; mustered out as Corp.
Boyer, George, enlisted December 26, 1863
Belden, Arthur, enlisted December 28, 1863
Bentley, William, enlisted December 24, 1863
Bentley, Lewis D., enlisted December 28, 1863
Beck, John, enlisted December 20, 1863
Branard, Benjamin, enlisted December 30, 1863; died July 20, 1864
Bundy, Ambrose A., enlisted December 30, 1863
Bundy, Christopher, enlisted January 18, 1864
Bistline, Daniel, enlisted January 2, 1864
Clade, Levi, January 24, 1865
Clark, William A., enlisted December 29, 1863
Clark, Charles B., enlisted December 31, 1863
Clade, Charles, enlisted December 18, .1863
Cook, S. M., enlisted December 28, 1863
Culling, H. P., enlisted December 25, 1863; transferred to V. R. C.
Cross, Levi, enlisted January 2, 1864
Clark, John, enlisted January 2, 1864
Daugenbaugh, John N., enlisted December 5, 1863; absent sick at muster out
Denton, Levi A., enlisted December 29, 1863
Demer, Levi, enlisted January 2, 1864
Edgars, William, enlisted December 12, 1863
Eister, Daniel W., enlisted December 22, 1863
Ells, Lansing, enlisted January 22, 1863; died May 14, 1862; wounds
Eshelmann, M. N., enlisted December 29, 1863
Furray, William, enlisted January 27, 1865
Fiss, Thomas J., enlisted December 30, 1863; absent, sick at muster out

Fogel, John D., enlisted December n, 1863; discharged September 28, 1864; wounded; last name also spelled Fogle, died of disease

Fry, Joel, enlisted December 30, 1863
Felt, William W., enlisted December 28, 1863
Feltzer, Christopher, enlisted January 28, 1863
Flory, John, enlisted December 30, 1863
Gross, Theo., enlisted February 2, 1865
Grissinger, William B., enlisted December 1863
Gardner, Brayton, enlisted December 29, 1863
Grimmel, William D., enlisted December 30, 1863
Hurlburt, R. W., enlisted December 29. 1863
Hayden, Luther H., enlisted December 25, 1863; died January 5, 1865
Hammond, Marion, enlisted December 29, 1863
Hayhurst, B. F.

Jones, Robert A., enlisted December 28, 1863
Johnson, James W., enlisted December 28, 1863
Kleckner, John P., enlisted December 29, 1863

Kaley, Joseph, enlisted December 29, 1863
Keller, Henry, enlisted January 5, 1864

Keohler, John, enlisted February 24, 1865
King, Henry, enlisted December 31, 1863; mustered out June 26, 1865
Knight, H. R., enlisted January 2, 1864; died June 3, 1864

Kleckner, Jacob, enlisted December 15, 1863
Keeler, Christopher, enlisted January 5, 1864
Lincoln, Albert, enlisted December 9, 1863; discharged July 7, 1864
Lightheart, Warren, enlisted January 5, 1864
Lee, Samuel, enlisted December 29, 1863
Leverton, Isaac, enlisted December 29, 1863
Luts, William, enlisted January 14, 1864
Lenart, Elias, enlisted December 30, 1863
Melton, L. L., enlisted December 29, 1863
Minnick, N., enlisted December 26, 1863
Musser, J. W., enlisted December 28, 1863
Moorehouse, W. E., enlisted December 29, 1863
McGilligan, William K. P., enlisted December 29, 1863
Maxwell, Joseph W., enlisted December 31; died August 23, 1864

Mattingley, James, enlisted January 5, 1864
Messinger, George, enlisted December 31, 1863; discharged May 31, 1865
Messinger, William, enlisted December 21, 1863
Mudy, George W., enlisted January 4, 1864; died October 9, 1864
Musser, Raymond, enlisted January 2, 1864
Mechamer, A. E., enlisted January 2, 1864

McGilligan, Joseph N., enlisted December 29, 1863
Pangborn, George E., enlisted January 1, 1864
Parker, William, enlisted December 31, 1864
Rush, Joseph, enlisted December 29, 1863
Rush, Emanuel, enlisted December 29, 1863
Reed, James H., enlisted December 30, 1863; transferred to Company E

Rogers, M., enlisted January 4, 1864
Reed, S. A., enlisted January 2, 1864
Randal, James, enlisted December 24, 1863; absent at muster out of regiment

Shumaker, John A., enlisted January 24, 1865
Simcox, A. R., enlisted January 24, 1865; died August 6, 1865
Stine, John, enlisted December 28, 1863; mustered out as Sgt.
Spitler, W. H., enlisted December 30, 1863; mustered out as Corp.

Solace, C. L., enlisted December 29, 1863
Shumaker, George, enlisted December 19, 1863
Scrambling, William H., enlisted December 28, 1863
Spofford, Charles F., enlisted January 2, 1864

Tyler, D. D., enlisted September 10, 1861; mustered out September 22, 1865
Towl, Henry E., enlisted December 12, 1863
Vaughan, O. O., enlisted December 12, 1863
Verguson, John S., enlisted December 29, 1863

Vance, O. C., enlisted January 4, 1864
Wagnor, J. P., enlisted December 24, 1863
Williams, Edward, enlisted December 29, 1863

Warren, William, enlisted December 29, 1863; mustered out June 26, 1865
Winner, Jacob, enlisted January 1, 1864; discharged October 7, 1865
Wittenmeyer, J. H.
Young, William, enlisted December 1863

Zerby, Jacob, enlisted January 2, 1864

FORTY-SIXTH INFANTRY Company E

Cassady, John, enlisted February 6, 1865
Demuth, Fred, enlisted January 28, 1865, mustered out August 9, 1865
Hammond, A. J., enlisted February 24, 1865
O'Neal, Patrick, enlisted February 16, 1864
Koin, John W., enlisted February 29, 1864
Law, John W., enlisted February 6, 1865
Long, Isaac, enlisted February 6, 1865
Leslie, Edward, enlisted January 28, 1865
Marion, Joseph
Moses, Lewis
Moshier, Lorenzo, enlisted February 7, 1865
Peaslie, Cornelius, enlisted February 2, 1865
Phillips, Christopher
Reed, I. W., enlisted February 7, 1865
Reed, James H.
Runkle, John D., enlisted February 6, 1865
Rishel, John G., enlisted January 31, 1865; mustered out May 27, 1865
Shane, William E., enlisted February 7, 1865
Syler, Peter, enlisted February 6, 1865
Saxby, William R., enlisted February 6, 1865
Sidles, Charles, enlisted February 24, 1865
Springer, David S., enlisted January 26, 1865; mustered out May 27, 1865
Shaw, John W.
Trotter, James, enlisted February 6, 1864
Waddell, W. W.

FORTY-SIXTH INFANTRY Company F

1st Lt. John W. Barr, commissioned October 15, 1861; mustered out for promotion 2nd Miss. November 22, 1863

Hays, Thomas, enlisted October 4, 1861; mustered out December 29, 1864
Hays, James, enlisted October 4, 1861
Otto, Simon, enlisted October 4, 1861
Gettich, Aaron, enlisted February 6, 1865
Gross, Josiah, enlisted February 2, 1865
Hellman, M., enlisted September 13, 1863; transferred to V. R. C.
Little, Ira G., enlisted September 8, 1863; discharged September 5, 1864
Mallory, James C., enlisted November 7, 1861; died August 10, 1862
Messenger, Theo.
Petty, Stephen, enlisted January 4, 1864
Stoll, Frederick, enlisted February 27, 1864

FORTY-SIXTH INFANTRY Company G

Capt. William Young, commissioned October 15, 1861; resigned April 12, 1863.

Capt. Young was born in Union county, Penn., Feb. 9, 1820.

Came to Stephenson County, Illnois, with his father, Robert Young, and located two miles west of Cedarville in the year 1839. Soon after he located in Rock Run township, but shortly after moved to Lancaster township, where he engaged in farming.

In the summer of 1861, he recruited Company G, 46th Ill., with the assistance of Lt. Moses R. Thompson and Lt. Thomas M. Hood. He was chosen Captain and was mustered Oct. 8, 1861.

Was engaged at the battle of Donelson in Feb. 1862.

At the battle of Shiloh he was severely wounded, having his lower jaw broken and was helped off the field of battle. He was sent home on leave of absence, returning to the regiment some time in the Fall of 1862.

On account of the nature of his disability it was difficult for him to chew the army rations. Nevertheless, he served his company, making many sacrifices for the cause of the Union.

Captain Young enforced good discipline, but at the same time was always ready to listen to the members of his company in all their trials and difficulties.

At the battle of the Hatchie, Capt. Young was the ranking Captain and acted as Major during the campaign. He had already distinguished himself at Donelson and at Shiloh. He was reportedly exceptionally brave and courageous and by all accounts, was loved and respected by all his men.

Captain Young resigned April 12, 1863.

On his return to Stephenson County he was elected County Treasurer, serving one term. He served Lancaster township as supervisor.

He married Miss Ann Reitzell, who was born in Lancaster county. Pa. There were born to them six children, James H., John C, Jonathan R., Sarah, Elizabeth and Mary, His wife died some years after his return from the army.

At one time he lived in Silver Creek Township and engaged in farming.

Some years later, he married a lady from Freeport and moved to the city to reside.

William Young died in Freeport in July, 1891, and was buried at the Young cemetery in Lancaster township.

The Freeport street Young's Lane was literally the lane to his home, pictured here just before it was torn down in 1951.

Company G was composed mostly of farmers and farmers' sons. Quite a number of young men or boys named themselves the Young Lions or Young's Lions. True to the name, they were playful, yet carried guns.

Capt. Samuel Buchanan, enlisted as private, October 8, 1861; promoted 2nd Lt. Aug 1863; promoted 1st Lt. June 24, 1864; promoted Capt. December 28, 1864; resigned July 21, 1865.

Born March 7, 1835 in Somerset County, Penn.

Moved to Illinois in 1856 and farmed in Buckeye Township.

Enlisted as a private, promoted to Sergeant. Re-enlisted as a Veteran Dec. 23, 1863. Participated in all marches and battles with the regiment.

Resigned for ill health.

After the war, he farmed until 1886, when he accepted a position with the Henney Buggy Company at Freeport as a watchman. Retired because of ill health 1900 and moved to Cedarville.

Married Amanda Walters, no children. Died June 7, 1900.

Capt. Daniel D. Diffenbaugh, enlisted as private October 8, 1861; promoted 2nd Lt. June 24, 1864; promoted 1st Lt. December 28, 1864; promoted Capt. September 5, 1865.

Born Lancaster Co., Penn., Nov. 22, 1840.

At age 12, apprenticed with an older brother in Baltimore.

In 1859, moved to Freeport where he worked in his brother's store.

Participated in all the battles and sieges of the Regiment from Fort Donelson in 1861 to the surrender of Mobile in 1865.

He had two brothers in the service, one in the 8th Ill. Cavalry who was killed at Gettysburg, and the other in a Pennsylvania Regiment, wounded at Fredericksburg, Va.

After the war, moved to Monmouth, Ill., and engaged in the Mercantile trade for 40 years.

1st Lt. Thomas M. Hood, commissioned October 15, 1861; killed at Shiloh.

Enlisted from Rock Run Township at about age 30.

Helped recruit Company G.

Participated in battles at Fort Donelson and Shiloh, where he was killed while assisting in the command of the company.

He was married.

1st Lt. Moses R. Thompson, commissioned 2nd Lt. October 15, 1861; promoted 1st Lt. April 7, 1862; killed at Battle at Hatchie.

Mortally wounded while acting as adjutant. Died October 1862.

Born Draumfargus, parish Donnaughmore, County Donegal, Ireland, Oct. 9, 1816.

Came to America as a young man and located at Pittsburg, Penn., where he was in the mercantile business.

In 1859 he moved to Freeport, where he initially farmed, but then went into the mercantile business with Mr. Frank.

Upon the death of Lt. Hood, who was killed at Shiloh, he was commissioned 1st Lt.

He participated in the battles at Fort Donelson, Shiloh, Corinth, Matamora, and the Hatchie River, where he was mortally wounded.

He was taken by ambulance to Bolivar, Tenn., where he died Oct. 10, 1862.

He was a Mason, and had attained a high degree.

He is buried in the cemetery at Freeport.

Capt. Robert Smith, enlisted as 1st Sgt., October 8, 1861; promoted 2nd Lt. April 7, 1862; promoted 1st Lt. October 6, 1862; promoted Capt. April 12, 1863; term expired December 23, 1864.

Born in Canada March 13, 1838 and in early youth moved to Stephenson County near Lena. He attended the common schools there, became a teacher, and taught a number of terms near his home.

Later he prepared himself for the ministry.

He enlisted in Sept. 1861, and was sent back to Freeport from Camp Butler near Springfield by order of Col. John A. Davis to assist in recruiting Company G.

For faithful service and meritorious conduct at the battle of Shiloh, and upon the death of Lt. Thomas M. Hood, who was killed at Shiloh, he was promoted to 2nd Lt.

Upon the death of Lt. Moses R. Thompson, who was killed at the battle of Hatchie, he was promoted to 1st Lt.

After the resignation of Capt. William Young in April 1863, he was promoted to Captain.

After the surrender of Vicksburg, he was detailed on detached service in connection with the Quartermaster's department. On account of failing health, he was relieved from the arduous duties of this position, and for a while was in care of the regimental surgeon, Benjamin H. Bradshaw. After recovering, he resumed command of his company, and was mustered out of service at Memphis, Tenn., on Dec. 28, 1864.

He participated in the battle at Fort Donelson; at Shiloh he took a conspicuous part and distinguished himself for bravery on the battlefield. At Hatchie, as a commissioned officer, he rendered valuable service, being brave and courageous.

At the siege of Vicksburg, he commanded his company with skill and ability, and on the evening in May, when a night attack was made on the picket line of the 46th, he directed his men to fire into the ranks of the enemy, checking their movements in capturing the balance of the regiment.

He married Miss Adams from La Grange, Tenn., in the summer of 1862. Chaplain David Teed of the 46th officiated.

After service, he ministered to the Baptist churches in Wisconsin, Kansas and Iowa. He was a brilliant orator, in church, at revival services and at public gatherings of the G.A.R.

He died at Eldora, Iowa, on May 20, 1894.

He and his wife had many children.

1st Lt. Thomas Allen, enlisted as private October 8, 1861; promoted 2nd Lt. October 6, 1862; promoted 1st Lt. April 12, 1863; resigned August 11, 1863.

Resided in Dakota, Ill., before the war.

Participated in the battles of Fort Donelson, Shiloh, Corinth and Matamora.

He enlisted at age 28.

1st Lt. Michael J. Cooper, enlisted as private October 8, 1861; promoted 2nd Lt. April 12, 1863; promoted 1st Lt. August 1863; resigned June 24, 1864. Also known as Michael J. Appleton.

His father died when he was quite young, and his mother married Mr. Cooper, and they called the boy Michael Cooper, by which name he entered the service. After returning home from war, he chose to use his correct name, Michael J. Appleton, but was known and remembered as Michael Cooper.

He participated in all the marches, battles and sieges up until his resignation.

He was about 25 when he entered the service.

He became critically ill in service, and had lost the power of speech, allowing him to talk only in a whisper, which made him unable to command.

After the war, he farmed near Winslow, got married, and moved to Bloomfield, Iowa.

After a few years, he recovered his health and his speech.

1st Lt. Thomas C. Laird, enlisted as private October 8, 1861; promoted 2nd Lt. March 30, 1865; promoted 1st Lt. September 5, 1865.

Born near Lewisburg, Penn., Aug. 20, 1840, and moved to Stephenson County in May 1849. Farmed until enlistment on Sept. 12, 1861.

Participated in all the marches and battles except Hatchie, when he was ill. Was appointed Corporal after Shiloh. Was detailed on detached service as Assistant Cont. of Subsistence after surrender of Mobile, and stationed at Macon, Miss., as Post Adj't. at Grand Ecore, La., in the summer of 1865. Upon the removal of the Regiment to Shreveport, La., he was detailed as Regimental Quartermaster and served until muster out.

After the war, he returned to Stephenson County and worked on his brother's farm.

In 1870 he homesteaded in Webster County, Neb.

Returned to Stephenson County in the fall of 1871 to marry Mary Ellen Bell, daughter of Robert and Ann Bell. They had two sons and one daughter.

Returned to Nebraska with his bride and became a farmer and stock-raiser. He was the first Justice of the Peace there, and was a Notary Public. In the Spring of 1886, moved to Lawrence and engaged in the grocery business and was appointed Postmaster.

2nd Lt. Thomas E. Joiner, enlisted as private October 8, 1861; promoted 2nd Lt. September 5, 1865.

Born in Ohio March 3, 1841.

Came to Freeport in 1855 and helped on the farm near Freeport until he enlisted.

He participated in every engagement, skirmish, march and battle.

Served as Color Bearer from the first day's battle at Shiloh until after the capture of Fort Spanish and Blakely, near Mobile, Ala., April 9, 1865.

He acted as Assistant Quartermaster, Department of New Orleans until muster out.

He married Sarah S. Talmage of Chicago in October 1866. They had one son and two grandsons.

After the war he farmed near Freeport until 1869, when he moved to Montgomery County, Missouri, and later to Humboldt County, Iowa, farming in both locations.

He retired to the city of Humboldt in 1900.

He was a member of the G.A.R.

Sgt. W. Swauzery, enlisted October 8, 1861

1st Lt . Joseph M. McKibben, enlisted October 8, 1861.

Entered service as Sergeant, mustered out as 1st Lt.

Sgt. Joseph Stamp, enlisted October 8, 1861; died June 16, 1862
Sgt. James B. Smith, enlisted October 8, 1861; discharged August 22, 1862; private
Corp. S. E. Hershey, enlisted October 8, 1861; transferred to invalid corps
Corp. Joseph S. Brown, enlisted October 8, 1861; died April 28, 1862; wounds
Corp. Thomas Snyder, enlisted October 8, 1861; discharged December 1862; disabled
Corp. John W. Rowrey, enlisted October 8, 1861; discharged June 21, 1862; disabled
Musician James Cole, enlisted October 8, 1861; discharged August 18, 1862; disabled

Albright, William, enlisted January 21, 1864
Aikey, Abram, enlisted January 28, 1865
Angle, Luther, enlisted January 31, 1865
Aikey, Robert, enlisted February 1, 1862; killed at Shiloh
Albright, Jacob, enlisted February 1, 1862; veteran January 5, 1864
Allison, D., enlisted February 1, 1862; veteran December 23, 1863; mustered out as Sgt.
Auman, John, enlisted February 1, 1862; veteran Jan 5, 1864; discharged March 12, 1865 for
promotion
Butler, E. M., enlisted January 9, 1865; transferred from 99th infantry
Bush, William, enlisted December 15, 1861

Baker, John M., enlisted January 24, 1865
Baker, Joseph, enlisted January 25, 1865
Brubacker, William H., enlisted February 26, 1864
Beedy, E. K., enlisted February 27, 1864
Benton, George, enlisted February 29, 1864
Barfoot, F. R., enlisted February 24, 1865
Bordner, Henry, enlisted February 28, 1865
Bren, Ferdinand, enlisted February 27, 1865
Bellman, John, enlisted January 24, 1865
Boyer, Owen, enlisted February 23, 1865
Baker, E. H., enlisted August 30, 1862
Baker, Solomon S., enlisted February 26, 1864; mustered out May 23, 1865
Brubacker, Reuben, enlisted October 8, 1861; died May 9, 1862
Beeler, George D., enlisted October 8, 1861; killed at Shiloh
Brown, Win., enlisted October 8, 1861; discharged June 30, 1863
Benton, George, enlisted, October 8, 1861; discharged December 1861; disabled

Bradshaw, B. H., enlisted October 8, 1861; discharged September 12, 1862, to accept promotion to assistant Surgeon.

Born Ohio in 1834. Came to Freeport 1855.

Graduated from Rush Medical School in February 1861.

Enilsted in Company G, 46th Infantry as assistant Surgeon, and after Dr. Du Puy resigned following his severe wounding, was promoted to Surgeon with the rank of Major. He often went into the battlefield during battles to treat the wounded. Discharged February 2, 1866.

After the war he settled in Orangeville, Ill., where he practiced medicine.

In 1890 he moved to Salem, Oregon, where he established a large medical practice.

He died in October 1904. He was a member of the Masons, the G.A.R., the I.O.O.F., and the Knights of the Globe. He was survived by his wife, Mary Caldwell Bradshaw, daughter Carrie, and son George of Portland, Oregon.

Baker, Elias, enlisted October 8, 1861; veteran December 24, 1863
Bates, B. L., enlisted October 8, 1861; died July 12, 1862
Craig, E. W., enlisted October 8, 1861; discharged June, 21, 1862; disabled
Cable, Seth, enlisted October 8, 1861; veteran December 24, 1863
Cable, David, enlisted October 8, 1861; mustered out October 19, 1864
Clubine, D., enlisted October 8, 1861; discharged June 30, 1863
Clark, Ezekiel S., enlisted December 7, 1863; mustered out as Corp.

Cable, William, enlisted February 26, 1864
Cole, John, enlisted January 21, 1864
Chambers, James S., enlisted January 27, 1864
Campbell, Richard, enlisted February 2, 1865
Curtis, H. H., enlisted November 30, 1861;
discharged November 1862; disabled
Christman, F., mustered out May 22, 1865
Correl, Daniel, enlisted March 9, 1865; mustered out June 9, 1865
Driesbach, Daniel, enlisted September 10, 1864; died March 12, 1865
Drake, Edward, enlisted October 8, 1861; mustered out November 12, 1864
Daughenbaugh, S. A., enlisted October 8, 1861; veteran December 23, 1863; disabled
Dunn, Thomas, enlisted October 8, 1861; veteran December 22, 1863
Davis, Alfred, enlisted December 9, 1863

Fiscus, D. W., enlisted February 29, 1864
Frisbie, C. G., enlisted January 24, 1865
Frisbie, William D., enlisted January 24, 1865
Fehr, Aaron, enlisted October 8, 1861; veteran December 23, 1863

Foster, Harry, enlisted October 8, 1861
Gage, Isaac, enlisted October 8, 1862
Groken, S. H.. enlisted October 8, 1861; died April 6, 1862
Groff, John, enlisted February 1, 1864
German, H. C., enlisted February 6, 1864
Carman, William A., enlisted February 10, 1864

Gardner, John, enlisted December 9, 1863
Goodrich, Jerome, enlisted January 24, 1865
Hathaway, Earl, enlisted October 8, 1861; discharged January 4, 1863
Hulet, Henry, enlisted October 8, 1861

Hickle, Elias, enlisted October 8, 1861; veteran December 24, 1863
Helm, William, enlisted October 8, 1861; died June 26, 1863
Hood, Joseph R., enlisted October 8, 1861; veteran December 24, 1863
Hood, Thomas J., enlisted October 8, 1861
Haughey, Jas. H., enlisted February 24, 1864
Hathaway, Robert, enlisted February 27, 1864; mustered out July 1, 1865
Hains, John H., enlisted December 7, 1863
Haughey, Samuel J., enlisted February 22, 1864
Haines, William, enlisted September 18, 1863; died February 16, 1865
Hay, Jonathan, enlisted February 29, 1864; discharged March 30, 1865; for promotion in United States army
Hall, Thomas W., mustered out October 10, 1865
Howard, William, enlisted December 7, 1861; transferred to Company K
Kittner, George, enlisted October 8, 1861; died April 12, 1862; wounded
Klontz, George, enlisted October 8, 1861; veteran December 23, 1863; mustered out July 15, 1865
Kancke, R., enlisted October 8, 1861; veteran December 24, 1863

Klonez, Peter, enlisted February 19, 1864; discharged May 15, 1865; disabled
Krumme, Henry, enlisted September 10, 1861; m, o. September 13, 1864

Lee, Ion, enlisted October 8, 1861; veteran December 22, 1863
Lee, Isaac S., enlisted October 8, 1861; veteran December 22, 1863
Larne, John, enlisted October 8, 1861
Linsley, Newton, enlisted October 8, 1861; veteran December 22, 1863; mustered out as Corp.
Long, Casper, enlisted October 8, 1861; discharged July 9, 1862; disabled
LaBell, Peter, enlisted October 8, 1861; died June 2, 1862
Law, Rolandus, enlisted February 6, 1864
Lowe, Thomas A., enlisted December 7, 1863
Lapp, Joseph, enlisted February 1, 1865
Lahay, James, enlisted December 25, 1861; transferred to Company K
Loehle, F., enlisted January 1, 1862; veteran January 1, 1864

Mayer, Isaac, enlisted January 24, 1865
Moothart, P., enlisted October 8, 1861; discharged May 9, 1862
Moothart, John F., enlisted October 8, 1861; died February 9, 1864
McLeese, Robert, enlisted January 21, 1865
Maker, J., enlisted October 8, 1861; veteran December 23, 1863; sick at muster out of regiment
McClintic, John, enlisted August 14, 1862; discharged March 17, 1863; disabled
Meinert, C., enlisted October 8, 1861; mustered out November 12, 1861
McLaughlin, Thomas, enlisted December 15, 1861; transferred to Company K
McMurry, J., enlisted October 8, 1861; discharged May 20, 1863; Corp.
McMurry, Chambers, enlisted October 8, 1861; discharged May 20, 1863; Corp.
McMurray, George, enlisted February 1, 1864

Preising, George, enlisted October 8, 1861; veteran January 5, 1864; killed July 7, 1864
Petrick, Paul, enlisted October 8, 1861; veteran January 5, 1864
Paul, William, enlisted February 1, 1865; mustered out January 20, 1866
Redinger, Francis, enlisted October 8, 1861; veteran December 22, 1863
Richards, William D., enlisted October 8, 1861; mustered out October 21, 1864
Richards, Uriah, enlisted October 8, 1861; veteran December 23, 1863; mustered out as Corp.
Richmond, Lewis B., enlisted January 5, 1864
Rubold, Henry, enlisted October 8, 1861; veteran December 22, 1863; discharged March 8, 1865
Reiter, W., enlisted October 8, 1861; mustered out November 12, 1864
Rutter, Jacob, enlisted October 8, 1861
Riddle, Samuel, enlisted February 29, 1864
Riddle, William, enlisted March 18, 1865; transferred to 99th infantry
Raymer, John A., enlisted January 27, 1865
Raymer, William H., enlisted February 27, 1865
Reirmeyer, Henry, enlisted December 15, 1861
Reatt, Edward, enlisted September 13, 1862; mustered out August 8, 1865
Risshell, Elias, enlisted February 10, 1864; mustered out August 8, 1865
Steel, James, enlisted October 8, 1861; promoted hospital steward
Shively, John, enlisted October 8, 1861; died April 23, 1863
Smith, William, enlisted October 8, 1861; veteran January 5, 1864; mustered out January 20, 1866
Smith, August L., enlisted October 8, 1861; discharged December 11, 1862
Sindlinger, William M., enlisted October 8, 1861; discharged July 9, 1862; disabled
Schawb, Thomas, enlisted October 8, 1861; discharged November 26, 1862; disabled
Smith, Martin, enlisted October 8, 1861; veteran January 5, 1864; died March 21, 1864

Sheffer, Jacob, enlisted October 8, 1861; died July 17, 1862
Sausman, John L., enlisted December 12, 1863
Springman, Adam, enlisted February 27, 1864
Sherman, Leonard, enlisted March 4, 1865

Sindlinger, William M., enlisted January 27, 1865
Seely, Orin, enlisted January 26, 1865
Shinkle, John T., enlisted January 28, 1864; died August 28, 1864
Stamm, William D., enlisted December 1, 1863; died at Vicksburg, September 24, 1864
Shippy, Joseph, enlisted January 28, 1864; died November 28, 1864

Shearer, John, enlisted February 29, 1864; died September 26, 1864
Shirk, Daniel F., enlisted February 5, 1862; veteran February 6, 1864
Stamm, Amos A., enlisted October 4, 1864; mustered out July 1, 1865
Spooner, Charles, enlisted November 1, 1861; veteran December 24, 1863
Smith, E. O. W., enlisted February 29, 1864
Thomas, William H., enlisted February 23, 1865
Tool, Eugene T., October 1864
Tool, A. S., enlisted October 11, 1864; mustered out October 10, 1865
Thombleson, Silas W., enlisted October 4, 1864; mustered out October 5, 1865

Vore, John, enlisted October 8, 1861; veteran December 24, 1865
Ward, Sidney, enlisted October 8, 1861; veteran December 22, 1863; died July 8, 1864
Williams, Peter, enlisted October 8, 1861; veteran December 22, 1863; died March 5, 1865

Wilson, F. T., enlisted October 8, 1861; veteran December 23, 1863
Wyre, John, enlisted October 8, 1861; discharged April 26, 1863; disabled
Wilson, John, enlisted October 8, 1861; veteran December 23, 1863
Wentz, Philip, enlisted October 8, 1861; veteran December 24, 1863
Walters, Samuel, enlisted January 24, 1865

Williams, William, enlisted January 28, 1864; died December 14, 1864
Wolfanger, Aaron, enlisted January 24, 1865; died July 19, 1865
Wootan, James E., enlisted February 1, 1862; veteran February 6, 1864; discharged
Weaver, William, enlisted December 15, 1861; mustered out December 5, 1864

Wike, Peter, transferred Ind. corps.

A native of Germany, he came to Stephenson County as a boy and worked on his parents' farm.

He made Captain on Dec. 23, 1863.

He engaged in all the battles with his regiment.

After the war, he farmed in Ackley, Iowa.

Young, D. D., enlisted February 1, 1864
Young, Robert C., enlisted October 8, 1861; mustered out November 12, 1864
Young, F. M., enlisted October 8, 1861; mustered out October 19, 1864

FORTY-SIXTH INFANTRY Company I

Carter, S. E., enlisted October 16, 1861

FORTY-SIXTH INFANTRY Company K

Capt. William Stewart, commissioned 1st Lt. October 15, 1861; promoted capt. October 1862; term expired December 28, 1864.

Born Donegal County, Ireland, March 17, 1833.

Arrived Freeport July 2, 1839. In October 1839, his family claimed land in Buckeye Township. He attended school in the winter months, and worked on the family farm.

For meritorious conduct at the battle of Shiloh, was breveted Major by President Andrew Johnson and consent of U. S. Senate. Participated in the battles of Fort Donelson, Shiloh, Corinth, Vicksburg, Jackson, and all the marches and skirmishes in which the regiment was engaged. Known for bravery, efficiency, and enforced discipline, yet was kind and respected for his Irish wit and harmless jokes and genial ways.

After the war he returned to farming. Married Amelia Ann Gransden. Eight children, three girls and two boys survived. His eldest son became Deputy Sheriff.

Served two terms as Sheriff of Stephenson County from 1880 to 1886, then served one term as County Treasurer. Lived at 203 N. Galena Ave., in Freeport.

Member G.A.R., 32nd Degree Mason.

Capt. Oly F. Johnson participated in all the battles and marches with the regiment.

After the war, he located in Stephenson County in different pursuits for a number of years.

He married and homesteaded in Jewell City, Kansas, where he was later elected Sheriff.

He died about 1886.

1st Lt. Joseph M. McKibben, enlisted, promoted 2nd Lt. July 16, 1862; promoted 1st Lt. October 1862; term expired December 23, 1864.

Born March 4, 1831, in Clinton County, Penn.

Moved to Stephenson County in 1857 and located near Dakota. He farmed until enlistment.

Participated in all the battles until muster out. He was wounded in the knee at Vicksburg on the picket line, was taken prisoner, paroled, and sent home until exchanged.

He, with Chaplain Teed, accompanied the remains of Col. John A. Davis to Freeport for burial.

Married Margaret M. Ferry, and fathered seven children.

After the war, he lived for a while in Freeport, then moved to St. Louis, Mo., where he entered the roofing business. A disastrous fire closed his business. He moved to Shelbyville, Ill., and entered the hotel business.

He died May 28, 1884, of paralysis, caused by the wound he received in his knee at Vicksburg. He was a member of the G.A.R.

1st Lt. Louis E. Butler, enlisted as Sgt. November 7, 1861; veteran promoted 1st Lt. December 23, 1864; died at Salubrity Springs, La., October 5, 1865.

Also spelled Louis C. Buttler.

Enlisted from Ridott.

Orderly Sergeant.

Participated in the marches and battles of the regiment.

Died of disease while encamped; was about 25 at time of death.

1st Lt. John Wilson, enlisted as Corp November 7, 1861; veteran promoted 2nd Lt. March 20, 1865; promoted 1st Lt. October 26, 1865.

Born Buckeye Township in 1842.

Worked on father's farm until enlistment.

Served continuously from enlistment until muster out Jan. 20, 1866, at Baton Rouge, La.

Participated in the marches and battles of the regiment.

A model soldier.

1st Sgt. James C. Mallory, enlisted November 7, 1861; transferred to Company F
Sgt. Oscar H. Osborne, enlisted November 7, 1861; discharged July 27, 1862; disabled
Sgt. George Barton, enlisted November 7, 1861; discharged November 21, 1863; disabled

Capt. Walter G. Barnes, enlisted November 7, 1861; discharged May 31, 1862; disabled.

Born Huntington County, Penn., Dec. 12, 1840.

Sick in the hospital at Louisville, Ky., discharged ill health. Re-enlisted 1864.

In several battles, notably Shiloh and Lookout Mountain.

After Sherman's march to the sea, he was Provost Marshal of the City of Atlanta four months, with four companies of soldiers under him.

On Dec. 20, 1865, at Griffin, Ga., a petition was sent to Brigadier General I. N. Haynie, at Springfield, Ill., signed by all the line officers of his regiment, requesting that he be made Major of the regiment, and had the war lasted one week longer, he would have been commissioned Major at the age of 21 years.

After the war, he returned to Freeport and went into the farm implement business.

He married Minnie G. Dwight, nee Guiteau, on May 2, 1871; they had a son Albert.

Walter dropped dead at his implement warehouse on Sept. 27, 1895.

Corp. Benjamin R. Frisbie, enlisted November 7, 1861; mustered out December 29, 1864
Corp. T. S. Felton, enlisted November 7, 1861; died March 17, 1862
Corp. R. C. Hardy, enlisted October 4, 1861; discharged November 7, 1863; disabled
Corp. E. H. Gardner, enlisted October 7, 1862; died June 18, 1864
Corp. Thos. Woodcock, enlisted December 26; veteran
Musician Thos. Slade, enlisted October 4, 1861; veteran

Apker, John, enlisted January 2, 1865; died May 8, 1865
Artley, A., enlisted January 24, 1865
Artley, Charles, enlisted January 28, 1865
Allen, Thomas H., enlisted February 10, 1864; promoted hospital steward
Butler, James A., enlisted October 4, 1861; died July 13, 1862
Berns, Moses, enlisted November 7, 1861; discharged May 25, 1862; disabled
Brown, George F., enlisted November 7, 1861; discharged May 25, 1862; disabled
Brid, George H., enlisted February 2, 1865
Barker, Dudley, enlisted February 2, 1865; died June 17, 1865
Brace, John. enlisted January 13, 1862; died May 22, 1862; wounds

Boyle, L., enlisted January 21, 1862; transferred to invalid corps
Baker, John, enlisted October 4, 1864; mustered out October 3, 1865
Babb, A. W., enlisted February 27, 1865
Butterfield, Charles W., enlisted February 26. 1865; absent, sick at muster out of regiment
Cramton, Aaron, enlisted October 4, 1861; discharged September 9, 1862

Curran, John, enlisted November 20, 1861; transferred to invalid corps
Carter, S. E., enlisted December 26; transferred to Company A
Cantrill, J. T., enlisted September 10, 1861

Cosier, Ammon, enlisted January 25, 1865
Canvill, Calvin, enlisted February 4, 1865
Coolidge, Nelson, enlisted January 25, 1864; discharged October 5, 1864; wounds
Carroll, Patrick, enlisted February 23, 1864
Cade, Alfred, enlisted January 24, 1865
Daughenbaugh, William J., enlisted November 7, 1861; veteran
Diemar, Josiah, enlisted November 7, 1861; veteran
Dodson, Thomas H., enlisted November 15, 1861; died June 1, 1862
Dillon, George W., enlisted February 19, 1864
Dillon, Zachariah, enlisted February 29, 1864
Decker, Z., enlisted February 3, 1865
Devore, Espy, enlisted January 16, 1864; discharged August 23, 1865
Dinsmore, William, enlisted March 27, 1865; sick at muster out of regiment
Diller, Michael, enlisted December 25, 1861; transferred to Company C
Doan, Joseph, enlisted February 1, 1864; died May 28, 1864
Dobson, Jacob, enlisted February 1, 1864; died October 30, 1864
Dolan, John, enlisted February 4, 1864
Ely, Marion, enlisted October 18, 1863
Flood, Bartholomew, enlisted February 3, 1865
Farley, Thomas, enlisted September 10, 1861; transferred to invalid corps
Fry, Conrad, enlisted January 5, 1864; mustered out June 19, 1865
Gibler, H., enlisted January 5, 1864
Gregsby, Uriah, enlisted February 13, 1864
Garrison, I. T., enlisted December 5, 1863
Gillespie, P., enlisted November 5, 1861; discharged May 22, 1865; disabled
Gregsby, W. C., enlisted February 13, 1864; mustered out June 12, 1865
Gregsby, Samuel, enlisted January 27, 1865
Hays, Thomas J., enlisted November 7, 1861; transferred to invalid corps
Hills, E. P., enlisted December 26, 1861
Hiatt, John, enlisted November 13, 1861; discharged February 1863, as Sgt.; disabled
Heiter, Monroe, enlisted February 7, 1865
Hartman, Amon, enlisted January 13, 1865; mustered out July 17, 1865
Hand, Barney, enlisted November 30, 1861; died December 23, 1861
Kinney, Daniel, enlisted November 7, 1861; veteran
Kessling or Keeling, William, enlisted November 7, 1861; veteran
Kamrar, David, enlisted January 24, 1865
Kraft, Jacob, enlisted February 5, 1864
Kelly, Zebedee, enlisted February 7, 1865
Keck, H. S., enlisted February 4, 1865
Kamrar. Saul H., enlisted January 13, 1862; veteran
Lamb, Samuel F., enlisted No. 7, 1861; veteran
Latour, Charles, enlisted November 7, 1861; transferred to Company C
Lahay, James, enlisted November 7, 1861; veteran
Lamb, Samuel D., enlisted January 22, 1865
Leibhart, Henry, enlisted January 24, 1865
Lower, Reuben, enlisted January 26, 1865
Linscott, Abram, enlisted February 29, 1864; mustered out May 31, 1865

Logan, William, enlisted January 21, 1864
Mishler, Barton, enlisted January 28, 1864
Miller, John H., enlisted December 30, 1863
Mullin, D., enlisted February 16, 1864
McCay, George, enlisted February 6, 1865
Muffly, Charles T., enlisted January 28, 1865
McKibben, James H., enlisted January 27, 1865
Myron, Thomas, enlisted November 7, 1861; died June 12, 1862
Miller, Aaron, enlisted December 26, 1861; died June 6, 1862
Martin, William H., enlisted December 26, 1861

McLaughlin, Thomas, enlisted December 6, 1861; veteran
McKee, Robert, enlisted November 7, 1861; transferred to Company B
McKinsom, John S., enlisted January 1, 1862; mustered out December 31, 1864
Miller, A., February 2, 1865; mustered out June 24, 1865
Mallory, D. C., enlisted January 24, 1865; mustered out June 23, 1865
McGuirk, James, enlisted January 1, 1862; veteran
Needham, R. N., enlisted November 7, 1861; veteran

Nicholas, Charles H., enlisted February 6, 1865
Owen, A. R., enlisted January 22, 1864
Osborn, O. H., enlisted January 30, 1864
Patten, Lawrence, enlisted December 1861; discharged March 7, 1862; disabled
Plotner, Frank, enlisted February 7, 1865
Quinn, William, enlisted January 2, 1864
Reber, Levi M., enlisted December 30, 1861; veteran
Reber, M. V. B., enlisted November 7, 1861
Reagle, Jacob, enlisted November 7, 1861; died October 26, 1862
Rutter, W. H.

Rudel, L.
Read, James H., enlisted November 7, 1861; discharged August 31, 1863, for promotion in U. S. C. T.
Runner, Z. T. F., January 25, 1865
Richards, Willam D., enlisted January 30, 1865

Richards, Levi, enlisted January 30, 1865
Segin, Theo, enlisted December 26, 1861; discharged August 27, 1862; disabled
Shook, Robert, enlisted November 7, 1861; discharged August 26, 1862; disabled
Snow, A. L. F. M., enlisted November 7, 1861; discharged August 29, 1862; disabled
Scott, George W., enlisted February 29, 1864

Star, F. H., enlisted February 4, 1864
Scott, Isaac, enlisted February 20, 1864
Shefry, Levi W., enlisted January 26, 1865
Sloan, Thomas, enlisted February 7, 1865

Shane, Mathias, enlisted February 7, 1865
Smith, Charles, enlisted January 26, 1865
Shane, John W., enlisted January 24, 1865
Sneely, Lewis Z., enlisted February 7, 1865
Shaffer, Thomas J., enlisted February 3, 1865
Sponage, William, enlisted February 2, 1865
Train, L. R., enlisted February 2, 1865
Winney, Daniel, enlisted November 7, 1861; mustered out December 29, 1864
Thomas, William, enlisted January 5, 1864
Wagner, William N., enlisted November 7, 1861; veteran
Wood, Thomas, enlisted November 7, 1861; veteran
Wardwell, William G., enlisted November 7, 1861; veteran
Warner, D. J., enlisted November 7, 1861; veteran
Walbridge, Thomas, enlisted December 26, 1861; veteran
Woodruff, Isaac, enlisted November 7, 1861; veteran
Warner, William W., enlisted January 25, 1865
Willy, Andrew, enlisted December 10, 1861; transferred to Company A
Withneck, William, enlisted February 7, 1862; died May 17, 1862
Winne, Abraham, enlisted January 26, 1865; died June 16, 1865
Watson, Henry, enlisted February 3, 1865
Zweifel, Albert, enlisted February 19, 1864; mustered out as Corp.
Zeigler, Miller, enlisted February 2, 1864
Barker, Jack, enlisted February 27, 1865
Brown, Charles M., enlisted January 25, 1864
Butler, B. F., enlisted February 6, 1864
Cable, L. M., enlisted February 22, 1864
Grossman, George W., enlisted March 9, 1865; mustered out June 29, 1865
Cochran, D., enlisted March 29, 1865; mustered out May 21, 1865
Davis, Philip, enlisted February 3, 1865
Driggs, John A., enlisted March 4, 1865; mustered out May 21, 1865
Frund, Julius L., March 1865; mustered out May 23, 1865
Getlish, Adison
Harkell, William, enlisted December 30, 1863
Helder, John W., enlisted October 3, 1864
Mareau, Joseph, enlisted February 6, 1865
Phillips, C. Y.
Prain, L. R.
Richardson, James, enlisted March 9, 1865; mustered out June 8, 1865
Richardson, Joshua, enlisted March 9, 1865

Rishel, Daniel L., enlisted December 1, 1863
Sprader, Charles, enlisted January 31, 1865
Tegar, or Yeager, John, enlisted January 24, 1865
Umphreys, A. R., enlisted January 24, .1865
Van Buren, George E., enlisted January 5, 1864
Weldon, Sidney, enlisted December 7, 1863
Wendecker, William
William, Thomas, enlisted January 5, 1864


SIXTY-SEVENTH INFANTRY (ThreeMonths) Company H

Capt. James W. Crane, commissioned June 13, 1862
1st Lt. Stephen Allen, commissioned June 13, 1862
2nd Lt. Alonzo Hilliard, commissioned June 13, 1862
1st Sgt. John Stine, enlisted June 2, 1862
Sgt. James R. Baker, enlisted June 2, 1862
Sgt. Charles A. Dodge, enlisted June 2, 1862
Sgt. John D. Lamb, enlisted June 2, 1862
Sgt. H. W. Sigworth, enlisted June 2, 1862
Corp. O. T. P. Steinmetz, enlisted June 2, 1862
Corp. Ambrose Martin, enlisted June 2, 1862
Corp. Sidney Robins, enlisted June 2, 1862
Corp. Hazilas S. Ritz, enlisted June 2, 1862
Corp. William H. Hoyt, enlisted June 2, 1862
Corp. William H. Butler, enlisted June 2, 1862
Wagoner, Jacob W. Pells, enlisted June 2, 1862

Armstrong, John T., enlisted June 2, 1862
Allen, T. M., enlisted June 2, 1862
Allen, N., enlisted June 2, 1862
Albright, Harrison, enlisted June 2, 1862
Adams, Taylor, enlisted June 2, 1862
Bitts, Jacob, enlisted June 2, 1862
Bollman, George
Clark, C. H., enlisted June 2, 1862
Cross, T. L., enlisted June 2, 1862
Carpenter, Horace, enlisted June 2, 1862
Denure, W., enlisted June 2, 1862
Dryer, Edward, enlisted June 2, 1862
Davenport, Lucius, enlisted June 2, 1862
Denton, Levi, enlisted June 2, 1862
Evans, L. A., enlisted June 2, 1862
Farley, James, enlisted June 2, 1862
Fain, John P., enlisted June 2, 1862
Friedman, V., enlisted June 2, 1862
Fye, Benjamin, enlisted June 2, 1862
Fye, Josiah, enlisted June 2, 1862
Griffing, D. J., enlisted June 2, 1862
Gilmore, George, enlisted June 2, 1862

Gafney, Michael
Gundy, A. M., enlisted June 2, 1862
Gates, H. H., enlisted June 2, 1862
George, John E., enlisted June 2, 1862
Grant, Smith H., enlisted June 2, 1862
Grant, R. C., enlisted June 2, 1862
Hagart, Sidney, enlisted June 2, 1862
Hagart, William, enlisted June 2, 1862
Hustin, William T., enlisted June 2, 1862
Hersey, Daniel, enlisted June 2, 1862
Jones, Robert, enlisted June 2, 1862
Kelly, Mathew, enlisted June 2, 1862
Layr, M., enlisted June 2, 1862
Lauver, George, enlisted June 2, 1862
Leverton, Isaac, enlisted June 2, 1862
Lee, Samuel, enlisted June 2, 1862
Lunt, A. M., enlisted June 2, 1862
Linderman, S., enlisted June 2, 1862
Martin, W. H., enlisted June 2, 1862
Martin, A. J., enlisted June 2, 1862
Maher, Edward, enlisted June 2, 1862
Mullen, John, enlisted June 2, 1862
Mock, Henry, enlisted June 2, 1862
Miller, John H., enlisted June 2, 1862
McEathron, John S., enlisted June 2, 1862
Miller, J. C., enlisted June 2, 1862
Messinger, George, enlisted June 2, 1862
Miller, Zeri, enlisted June 2, 1862
Pickard, John S., enlisted June 2, 1862
Price, William, enlisted June 2, 1862
Phillips, Reuben, enlisted June 2, 1862
Rice, David E., enlisted June 2, 1862
Stout, Syrus, enlisted June 2, 1862
Solace, Chester L., enlisted June 2, 1862
Stewart, Thomas M., enlisted June 2, 1862
Steckler, Daniel, enlisted June 2, 1862
Shoemaker, George, enlisted June 2, 1862
Van Sickles, John, enlisted June 2, 1862
Walsh, F. A., enlisted June 2, 1862
Williams, George, enlisted June 2, 1862
Warner, Henry, enlisted June 2, 1862
Walton, A. D., enlisted June 2, 1862
Wulliams, L., enlisted June 2, 1862


SEVENTY-FIRST REGIMENT (Three Months) Company B

Capt. Luther W. Black, commissioned July 22, 1862
Sgt. William A. St. John, enlisted July 7, 1862
Sgt. John J. M. Brown, enlisted July 7, 1862
Corp. Jas. H. Cox, enlisted July 10, 1862

Andre, George W., enlisted July 2, 1862
Bunce, Danforth, enlisted July 1862
Barrott, Marion
DeFrain, Samuel, enlisted July 5, 1862

Durkee, D. M.
Ells, William A., enlisted July 15, 1862
Gettig, Aaron M., enlisted July 5, 1862
Hicks, James R.

Hoflinger, Jacob, enlisted July 15, 1862
Klecker, John P., enlisted July 14, 1862
Klouts, John, enlisted July 7, 1862
Mitchell, Levi
Ritzman, Martin, enlisted July 8, 1862

Stites, George W., enlisted July 10, 1862
Shippy, Charles, enlisted July 7, 1862
Shinkle, John, enlisted July 10, 1862
Snyder, William H., enlisted July 14, 1862
Smith, Ellis, enlisted July 14, 1862
Snyder, John, enlisted July 12, 1862
Smith, James C., enlisted July 10, 1862
Stace, J. E. W., enlisted July 14, 1862

Stands, Joseph H., enlisted July 5, 1862
Soliday, Hy
Wilson, Henry, enlisted July 14, 1862


SEVENTY-FOURTH INFANTRY

1st Assistant Surgeon Chesseldon Fisher, commissioned 2nd Assistant Surgeon September 28, 1862; promoted March 24, 1863, Surgeon 75th regiment

SEVENTY-FOURTH INFANTRY Company I

Capt. William Irvin, commissioned September 4, 1862; resigned January 28, 1863
Capt. Frederick W. Stegner, commissioned 1st Lt. September 4, 1862; promoted Capt. January 28, 1863; killed in battle June 27, 1864
Capt. Daniel Cronemiller, commissioned 2nd Lt. September 4, 1862; promoted 1st Lt. January 28, 1863; promoted Capt. June 27, 1864
1st Lt. Edgar Warner, enlisted as Sgt. August 1862; promoted 2nd Lt. January 28, 1863; promoted 1st Lt. June 27, 1864; discharged September 1, 1864
1st Lt. Robert P. Gift, enlisted as Sgt. August 14, 1862; promoted 1st Lt. June 27, 1864
Sgt. Johnson Porter, enlisted August 14, 1862; discharged June 17, 1863
Sgt. John A. Mullarky, enlisted August 14, 1862; died June 28, 1864 of wounds
Corp. James B. Rowray, enlisted August 14, 1862; discharged disabled
Corp. J. Steward, enlisted August 14, 1862; transferred to V. R. C.
Corp. Charles Hunt, enlisted August 14, 1862; mustered out June 10, 1865
Corp. Uriah Boyden, enlisted August 14, 1862; discharged December 20, 1862; disabled
Corp. Jacob Kehm, enlisted August 14, 1862; discharged disabled
Hensey, John, enlisted August 14, 1862, discharged June 16, 1864; wounded
Wagoner, William Vere, enlisted August 14, 1862; discharged March 4, 1863; disabled

Andrews, Jacob, enlistedAugust 14, 1862; mustered out as Corp.
Anderson, Ole, enlisted August 14, 1862; discharged March 31, 1863; disabled

Ashenfelter, Franklin, enlisted'August 14, 1862; discharged December 6, 1862; disabled
Bellman, William, enlisted August 14, 1862; died December 14, 1862
Bener, Joseph, enlisted August 14, 1862; died March 1865
Benning, Gottleib, enlisted August 14, 1862
Bingman, Robert, enlisted August 14, 1862; died May 16, 1864
Boos, William, enlisted August 14, 1862; missing in action
Bokhoff, William, enlisted August 14, 1862
Boughton, George W., enlisted August 14, 1862; transferred to V. R. C.
Boughthampt, Jacob, enlisted August 14, 1862; discharged March 1863, disabled
Bramin, Edwin, enlisted August 14, 1862; discharged June 27, 1863; disabled
Burrell, Robert, enlisted August 14, 1862
Clark, Orla, enlisted August 14, 1862; missing in action
Cole, Sidney, enlisted August 14, 1862; died November 5, 1862
Ebling, Peter, enlisted August 14, 1862; transferred to V. R. C.
Englot, Gregory, enlisted August 14, 1862; mustered out June 10, 1866
Feeny, John, enlisted August 14, 1862; transferred to V. R. C.

Feeney, Henry
Ferico, John, enlisted August 14, 1862; died March 22, 1863
Flinn, Joseph, enlisted August 14, 1862
Fuoss, Daniel, enlisted August 14, 1862; discharged March 7, 1865; disabled
Hensey, Fred, enlisted August 14, 1862; died in battle June 27, 1864; Corp.
Henderson, O. P., enlisted August 14, 1862; discharged July 18, 1863; disabled
Hultz, Benjamin, enlisted August 14, 1862; discharged December 27, 1862; disabled

Inman, Austin, enlisted August 15, 1862; died June 27, 1864
Jennewine, Thomas, enlisted August 14, 1862; died January 2, 1864, wounded
Keagle, William H., enlisted August 14, 1862; died December 13, 1862
Keagle, James G., enlisted August 14, 1862; died May 22, 1865
Keagle, F. B., enlisted August 14, 1862; transferred to U. S. Engs.
Keller, Adam, enlisted August 14, 1862
Knudson, Nels, enlisted August 14, 1862; died November 26, 1862
Laber, Levi, enlisted August 14, 1862; discharged March 15, 1863; disabled
Lapp, Samuel, enlisted August 14, 1862; died January 5, 1863
Masmin, Fred, enlisted August 14, 1862; killed June 18, 1864
McCarty, Thomas, enlisted August 14, 1862; discharged June 27, 1863; disabled

Miller, Fredk., enlisted September 25, 1862
McGrane, Peter, enlisted August 14, 1862; discharged December 18, 1862; disabled
Mullarkey, Charles, enlisted August 14, 1862; discharged November 5, 1862; disabled
Mullarkey, John, enlisted August 14, 1862; discharged November 5, 1862; disabled
Neidle, Rudolph, enlisted August 14, 1862; mustered out as Corp.

Miller, Frederick
O'Mealy, Patrick, enlisted August 14, 1862; mustered out as Corp.
Oleson, Talliff, enlisted August 14, 1862; discharged March 22, 1863; disabled
Peterson, Elias E., enlisted August 14, 1862; discharged February 2, 1863; disabled
Richardson, Henry, enlisted August 9, 1862; discharged March 26, 1863
Schoolcraft, Whitney, enlisted August 15, 1862; transferred to V. R. C.
Seward, John, enlisted August 14, 1862; promoted Corp., then Sgt.; prisoner; mustered out June 27, 1866
Sheckler, James W., enlisted August 21, 1862; discharged February 12, 1863; disabled
Sheckler, Thomas, enlisted August 14, 1862; discharged January 27, 1863; disabled
Snyder, Perry, enlisted August 14, 1862; mustered out as Corp.
Snyder, Jackson, enlisted August 14, 1862; discharged March 26, 1863; disabled
Stinson, E. H., enlisted August 14, 1862; transferred to 36th infantry
Spaulding, D. G., enlisted August g, 1862; transferred to V. R. C.
Spaulding, A. C., enlisted August 14, 1862; discharged February 10, 1865; disabled
Tunks, Alfred, enlisted August 14, 1862; discharged July 6, 1863; disabled
Van Valkenburg, L. H., enlisted August 14, 1862; killed June 27, 1864
Waggoner, Jacob, enlisted August 15, 1862; mustered out as Sgt.
Webb, E. Boone, enlisted August 14, 1862; transferred to V. R. C.
Winkle, Fredk., enlisted August 15, 1862; mustered out June 10, 1865

Webster, O. B., enlisted September 30, 1864


NINETIETH INFANTRY Company A
Barrett, Patrick, August 5, 1862
Barn, Michael, Sr., enlisted August 5, 1862; discharged March 1, 1865; disabled
Broderick, David, enlisted August 5, 1862; killed July 12, 1863, at Jackson, Mississippi
Carroll, John, enlisted August 5, 1862
Caton, William, enlisted August 5, 1862; killed November 25, 1863
Cranney, Patrick, enlisted August 5, 1862; died March 28, 1863
Crawley, John, enlisted August 5, 1862, died May 18, 1863
Foley, James, enlisted August 5, 1862
Kennelly, Edward, enlisted August 5, 1862; absent at muster out of regiment, wounded
McCormick, J., enlisted August 5, 1862

NINETIETH INFANTRY Company G

McCarty, Dennis, enlisted August 15, 1862; killed November 25, 1863

NINETIETH INFANTRY Company I

1st Lt. William Brice, commissioned April 7, 1865; mustered out June 6, 1865
2nd Lt. John J. O'Leary, commissioned October 31, 1862; resigned February 1, 1863
Sgt. John Doogan, enlisted August 16, 1862; died September 2, 1864; wounded
Sgt. William Brice, enlisted August 14, 1862; promoted Lt.
Sgt. Neil O'Garrey, August 16, 1862; died January 22, 1863
Corp. William Conwell, enlisted August 16, 1862; mustered out as Sgt.
Corp. Thomas B. Eagan, enlisted August 17, 1862
Corp. Elisha N. Strong, enlisted August 14, 1862; discharged September 4, 1863

Brennan, Edward, enlisted August 16, 1862
Burns, Cornelius, enlisted August 14, 1862
Coughlin, John, enlisted August 8, 1862
Cooney, Francis, enlisted August 14, 1862
Crawford, John, enlisted August 16, 1862; died June 18, 1864
Cane, James, enlisted August g, 1862
Chichester, Merit, enlisted August 7, 1862; discharged March 13, 1864; disabled
Enright, James, enlisted August 9, 1862
Flanningham, M., enlisted August 8, 1862; transferred to V. R. C.
Frost, H. O., enlisted August 15, 1862
Gallaher, Charles, enlisted August 16, 1862
Griffin, Patrick, enlisted August 14, 1862
Laughran, James, enlisted August 1862; died August 21, 1864
McAndrews, M., enlisted August 12, 1862; discharged April 16, 1864; disabled
McSweeney, E., enlisted August 12, 1862

Mclntyre, Timothy, enlisted August 14, 1862
Moynahan, Anthony, enlisted August 10, 1862
Mooney, Thomas, enlisted August 17, 1862
Moonahan, John, enlisted August 18, 1862
Moynahan, John, enlisted August 14, 1862
Mulhgan, James, enlisted August 17, 1862; mustered out as musician
O'Connell, Daniel, enlisted August 11, 1862
O'Conner, Charles, enlisted August 18, 1862; died September 16, 1863
O'Brien, Bernard, enlisted August 9, 1862
Powers, James, enlisted August 16, 1862; died September 14, 1863
Ryan, John, enlisted August 12, 1862
Wilkinson, John, enlisted August 15, 1862
Whalen, M., enlisted August 16, 1862; died August 21, 1864


NINETY-SECOND INFANTRY

Gen. Smith D. Atkins, commissioned September 4, 1862; promoted Breveted Brigadier General.

Biography above.

Lt. Col. Christopher T. Dunham, commissioned Capt. Company F September 4, 1862; promoted Maj. April 21, 1864; commission declined
Adjt. Isan C. Lawver, commissioned September 6, 1862; resigned October 1, 1864
Adjt. Charles C. Treeguard, promoted 1st Lt. Company G, February 14, 1863; promoted Adjt. October 1, 1864
Quartermaster Phillip Sweeley, enlisted as private September 3, 1861; promoted Quartermaster June 4, 1864
Sgt. Maj. Noah Perrin, enlisted August 9, 1862; discharged February 25, 1863
Hospital Steward David C. Grier, discharged December 6, 1862


NINETY-SECOND INFANTRY Company A

Capt. William J. Bellinger, commissioned September 4, 1862; resigned December 25, 1862
Capt. Harvey W. Timms, commissioned 1st Lt. September 4, 1862; promoted capt. December 25, 1862; transferred to Company I, Sixty-fifth infantry
1st Lt. William Cox, commissioned 3d. Lt. September 4, 1862; promoted 1st Lt. December 25, 1862; honorably discharged May 15, 1865
2nd Lt. William H. Frost, enlisted as 1st Sgt. August 9, 1862; promoted 2nd Lt. December 25, 1862
Sgt. Legrand M. Cox, enlisted August 9, 1862; discharged January 27, 1865; disabled
Sgt. W. C. Goddard, enlisted August 1862; died November 7, 1862
Sgt. Jesse R. Leigh, enlisted August 9, 1862
Corp. Charles S. Vincent, enlisted August 13, 1862
Corp. M. P. Eldridge, enlisted August 9, 1862; discharged April 12, 1863; disabled
Corp. Henry Rudy, enlisted August 1862; died July 27, 1863
Corp. William W. Smith, enlisted August 11, 1862; died February 17, 1863
Sgt. George Metcalf, enlisted August 12, 1862; died March 3, 1863
Corp. H. Dusenbury, enlisted August 9, 1862; discharged April 3, 1864; disabled
Corp. Roswell Eldrige, enlisted August 9, 1862
Corp. Daniel Deneere, enlisted August 9, 1862
Musician George Boop, enlisted August 7, 1862
Musician John L. Lower, enlisted August 14, 1862
Wagoner George C. Mack, enlisted August 13, 1862; killed February 1865

Armagast, Hugh S., enlisted August 15, 1862; died November 20, 1862
Armagast, James C., enlisted August 15, 1862; mustered out as Corp.
Butler, D. W., enlisted August 9, 1862; discharged April 8, 1865; disabled
Beach, Jay A., enlisted August 9, 1862
Boddy, William, enlisted August 9, 1862
Baker, William H. H., enlisted August 26. 1862; discharged April 13, 1863; disabled
Balliett, D. M., enlisted October 17, 1864; transferred to Sixty-fifth infantry
Balliett, Henry, enlisted October 7, 1864; transferred to Sixty-fifth infantry
Buchanan, Charles, enlisted January 20, 1865; transferred to Sixty-fifth infantry
Baker, Lambert, enlisted August 1862; discharged April 13, 1863; disabled
Basinger, W. H., enlisted August 15, 1862; discharged August 29, 1863; disabled
Beverly, William H., enlisted August 15, 1862
Babcock, John S., enlisted August 14, 1862; discharged March 13, 1863; disabled
Babbitt, C. W., enlisted August 7, 1862
Baum, S. Y., enlisted August 13, 1862; discharged March 23, 1865, as Corp.
Churchill, E. S.. enlisted March 22, 1864
Caldwell, J., enlisted August 15, 1862; mustered out as Corp.
Churchill, George W., enlisted September 20, 1862
Cheney, Chester, enlisted August 14, 1862
Cheney, M., enlisted August 15, 1862
Cole, W. D., enlisted August 14, 1862; discharged August 9, 1863
Denure, W. J., enlisted February 8, 1864
Demons, John, August 9, 1862; died September 23, 1864; wounds
Dunn, Joseph I., enlisted August 1862; died September 23, 1864; wounded
Egleston, Charles W., enlisted August 9, 1862; discharged May 26, 1865; disabled
Erb, William, enlisted August 9, 1863; killed December 4, 1864
Gaylord, D. C., enlisted August 13, 1862; discharged September 9, 1863; disabled
Gaylord, F. H., enlisted August 1862
Gunsaul, Joseph, enlisted August 9, 1862
Giddings, H. M., enlisted August 14, 1862
Gossman, Charles, enlisted August 13, 1864
Gelz, Leonard, enlisted August 22, 1862
Harshbarger, Samuel, enlisted February 8, 1864; transferred to 65th infantry

Hatch, Wellington, enlisted August 1862; died December 23, 1862
Hoppe, Ernst, enlisted August 14, 1862
Havnes, W. E., enlisted August 15, 1862
Judson, Charles O., enlisted August 1862; discharged May 26, 1863; disabled
Johnson, George, enlisted August 1862; died February 27, 1863
Knox, H. B., enlisted August 1862
Mack, H. B., enlisted August 1862
Miller, M. R., enlisted August 1862; died September 26, 1864
Moothart, William P., enlisted February 29, 1864; transferred to 65th infantry
Miller, G. D., enlisted February 8, 1864; died May 26, 1865
McCarty, Thomas, enlisted January 20, 1865; transferred to 65th infantry
Merrill, E. A., enlistedAugust 13, 1862; discharged March 31, 1863; disabled
Marshall, Charles F., enlisted August 9, 1862; sick at muster out
McCracken, John H., enlisted August 14, 1862; sick at muster out
Newman, R., enlisted January 18, 1864; transferred to 65th infantry

Pickard, Luther, enlisted February 8, 1864; transferred to 65th infantry
Prouty, Jas. N., enlisted August 9, 1862; discharged March 30, 1863, to enlist in naval service
Plase, R. R., enlisted August 11, 1862; discharged March 1, 1863; disabled
Pencil, William L., enlisted August 11, 1862; discharged September 1863
Rand, N. A., enlisted August 9, 1862
Reeder, John P., enlisted August 1862
Robbins, Henry, enlisted August 1862; discharged April 28, 1863; disabled
Richardson, George W., enlisted August 12, 1862

Robins, S. L., enlisted February 8, 1864
Stocks, H. W., enlisted February 12, 1864
Stover, S. G., August 13, 1862; sick at muster out

Sweeley, Philip
Thompson, John R., enlisted August 9, 1862; transferred to invalid corps
Tyler, Dolphus, enlisted August 9, 1862; discharged March 20, 1863; disabled
Tyler, N. C., enlisted August 21, 1862; mustered out June 14, 1866
Taylor, James, enlisted August 1862; sick at muster out
Tumbleson, John K., enlisted August 1862
Welden, L. A., enlisted August 13, 1862
Wright, W. W., enlisted August 1862, sick at muster out
Wickwire, W. H., enlisted August 1862
Wire, Valson, enlisted August 13, 1862; discharged February 8, 1863; disabled
Wire, Jasper A., enlisted August 15, 1862
Withey, William F., enlisted August 1862; discharged February 23, 1863; disabled
Williams, A. R., enlisted August 15, 1862; died March 13, 1863
Wendling, M., enlisted September 20, 1862; sick at muster out

NINETY-SECOND INFANTRY Company F

Capt. William B. Mayer, enlisted as 1st Sgt. August 2, 1862; promoted 2nd Lt. December 24, 1862; promoted capt. April 21, 1864; mustered out as 2nd. Lt.
2nd Lt. William C. Dove, commissioned September 4, 1862; resigned December 24, 1862
2nd Lt. Charles M. Knapp, enlisted as Sgt. August 10, 1862; promoted to 2nd. Lt. April 21, 1864, commission canceled
2nd Lt. James M. Work, enlisted as Sgt. August 12, 1862; promoted 2nd Lt. April 21, 1864; mustered out as Sgt. June 21, 1865
Sgt. Samuel G. Trine, enlisted August 12, 1862; discharged
Sgt. George Acker, enlisted August 6, 1862; discharged March 20, 1863
Corp. Charles Purinton, enlisted August 15, 1862; died February 10, 1863
Corp. E. C. Winslow, enlisted August 15, 1862
Corp. Harvey Ferrin, enlisted August 7, 1862
Corp. J. C. Bigger, enlisted August 10, 1862; discharged December 29, 1863
Corp. A. Hemmenway, enlisted August 13, 1862
Corp. A. H. Ferman, enlisted August 1862; discharged April 27, 1864
Corp. D. R. Voight, enlisted August 10, 1862; died February 6, 1863
Musician Jacob M, Turneaure, enlisted August 10, 1862
Musician William H. H. Turneaure, enlisted August 10, 1862

Aurand, Thomas J., enlisted August 6, 1862; killed October 6, 1864
Aurand, Joel, enlisted August 6, 1862; sick at muster out
Allen, Hiram, enlisted August 1862
Anderson, Charles A., enlisted August 15, 1862; discharged March 23, 1864; disabled
Adams, B. F., enlisted August 1862; died August 25, 1863
Allard, M., enlisted August 22, 1862
Allard, Stephen, enlisted August 21, 1862
Atkins, John C., enlisted-February 8, 1864; discharged March 30, 1865
Atkins, George G., discharged February 3, 1863
Baker, P. G., enlisted August 9, 1862; captured June 22, 1864
Buckman, Z. S., enlisted August 1862
Burgess, D. R., enlisted August 14, 1862; transferred to Elliet's Ram Fleet
Branenger, D., enlisted August 15, 1862
Babb, D. P., enlisted August 15, 1862
Berry, John, enlisted August 19, 1862
Baker, Elmus, enlisted February 3, 1864; transferred to Sixty-fifth infantry
Bentley, N. S., enlisted January 29, 1864; transferred to Sixty-fifth infantry
Colby, A. H., enlisted August 14, 1862; sick at muster out
Colton, John, enlisted August 15, 1862; discharged February 14, 1864
Cuff, John, enlisted August 15, 1862
Clark, Thomas, enlisted August 14, 1862; sick at muster out
Clark, S. J., enlisted February 3, 1864; transferred to Sixty-fifth infantry
Countryman, Adam, enlisted February 29, 1864; killed October 28, 1864
Dummal, H., enlisted August 14, 1862
Engleman, Solomon, enlisted February 12, 1864; transferred to Sixty-fifth infantry
Engleman, Jacob, enlisted February 12, 1864; transferred to Sixty-fifth infantry
Eaton, Urias H., enlisted August 10, 1862; discharged March 29, 1863
Fox, James, enlisted August 15, 1862
Friery, John, enlisted August 15, 1862; died December 29, 1863
Fox, Henry, enlisted October 10, 1864; transferred to Sixty-fifth infantry
Grier, David C.
Giddlings, Luther, enlisted August 15, 1862
Gregory, John, enlisted February 8, 1864; transferred to Sixty-fifth infantry
Holmes, Spencer, enlisted August 2, 1862; discharged February 23, 1863
Hoy, Henry, enlisted August 9, 1862
Hetherton, James, enlisted August 14, 1862
Haum, Valentine, enlisted August 11, 1862; died January 10, 1863
Hodgess, James P., enlisted January 5, 1864; mustered out October 9, 1864, for promotion
Krotzer, Jacob, enlisted August 2, 1862; sick at muster out
Kester, Asa, enlisted August 14, 1862; died February 28, 1863
Lambert, E., enlisted August 14, 1862; died November 13, 1863
Lambert, Jere, enlisted August 14, 1862
Long, Benjamin F., enlisted August 14, 1862; died January 30, 1863
Long, Jonathan, enlisted August 6, 1862
Lamme, Jacob, enlisted August 10, 1862
Mitchell, O. J., enlisted August 9, 1862; died February 17, 1863
Miller, A. W., enlisted August 9, 1862
Mowry, John, enlisted February 3, 1864, transferred to Sixty-fifth infantry

Morris, Wellington, enlisted February 3, 1864; transferred to Sixty-fifth infantry
Metz, L., enlisted August 9, 1862
Marl, George E., e, August 10, 1862
McNeal, Thomas, enlisted October 10, 1864; transferred to Sixty-fifth infantry
Owen, Henry, enlisted August 15, 1862
Pope, William W., enlisted August 12, 1862
Preston, Charles A., enlisted August 12, 1862
Penticoff, Daniel, enlisted August 13, 1862
Penticoff, Samuel, enlisted August 10, 1862; transferred to invalid
Pope, Abraham, enlisted August 1862
Petermire, Fred, enlisted August 21, 1862

Reese, A. G., enlisted February 18, 1864; transferred to Sixty-fifth infantry
Reese, W. H. S., enlisted February 24, 1865; transferred to Sixty-fifth infantry
Rodgers, Edward, enlisted October 10, 1862; died February 28, 1863
Sanders, James, enlisted August 30, 1862
Sager, Conrad, enlisted August 15, 1862
Sedam, L. H., enlisted August 14, 1862
Smallwood, James, enlisted August 12, 1862
Schlott, John H., enlisted January 23, 1864; transferred to Sixty-fifth infantry

Sweet, Noah, enlisted October 10, 1864; transferred to Sixty-fifth infantry
Sweet, M. A., enlisted December 24, 1863; discharged
Truckemiller, E. G., enlisted August 19, 1862
Thompson, George, enlisted August 14, 1862; died October 1863
Tarbert, Andrew, enlisted August 15, 1862; died June 18, 1863
Thomas, E., enlisted August 29, 1863; mustered out as Sgt.
Ventevier, George W., enlisted February 26, 1864
Wilson, John A., enlisted August 10, 1862
Work, W., enlisted August 15, 1862
Wilcoxen, O. D., enlisted February 12, 1864; died June 5, 1865

Williams, F. J., enlisted February 3, 1864
Whiteside, Thomas F., enlisted August 12, 1862; died February 20, 1863
Whiting, Warren, enlisted Aug 12, 1862
Wright, William, enlisted August 6, 1862; died February 21, 1863
Young, Elias, enlisted August 15, 1863

NINETY-SECOND INFANTRY Company G

Capt. John M. Schermerhorne, commissioned September 4, 1862
1st Lt. John Gishwiller, commissioned September 4, 1862; resigned February14, 1863
1st Lt. Harry G. Fowler, enlisted as Sgt. August 9, 1862; promoted 1st Lt. May 10, 1865
2nd Lt. Justin N. Parker, commissioned September 4, 1862; resigned February 6, 1863
2nd Lt. W. McCammon, enlisted as Sgt. August 9, 1862; promoted 2nd Lt. February 6, 1863
Sgt. Noah Perrin
1st Sgt. Charles C. Fragard, enlisted August 9, 1862; promoted Lt.
Sgt. G. G. Manny, enlisted August 9, 1862; mustered out as Sgt.
Corp. George Byrum, enlisted August 9, 1862; died April 22, 1863
Corp. J. L. Doxsee, enlisted August 9, 1862; mustered out as Sgt.
Corp. Albert Van Epps, enlisted August 9, 1862
Corp. Wallace R. Giddings, enlisted August 9, 1862; died August 30, 1864
Corp. Joseph B. Train, enlisted August 9, 1862; transferred to invalid corps
Corp. William Back, enlisted August 9, 1862; missing in action
Corp. William E. Stewart, enlisted August 9, 1862
Wagoner Thomas Fleming, enlisted August 8, 1862; discharged March 1, 1863; disabled

Austin, H. M., enlisted August 9, 1862
Andrews, Silas, enlisted October 10, 1864; transferred to Sixty-fifth infantry
Armagast, A., enlisted August 9, 1862; discharged February 13, 1865
Beine, Carl F., enlisted August 9, 1863; discharged August 26, 1864; wounds
Bunker, Hollis M., enlisted August 9, 1862
Bennett, Thomas J., enlisted August 9, 1862
Baysinger, Alexander, enlisted August 9, 1862
Bunker, Hiram, enlisted January 29, 1864; transferred to Sixty-fifth infantry
Betz, Jacob, enlisted February 29, 1864; killed June 22, 1864
Burbridge, W. M., enlisted February 3, 1864; transferred to Sixty-fifth infantry
Butler, William H., enlisted February 12, 1864; transferred to Sixty-fifth infantry
Best, Jacob, enlisted February 8, 1864; died February 22, 1865
Bennett, M. L., enlisted February 11, 1865; transferred to Sixty-fifth infantry
Bartholomew, W., enlisted February 24, 1865; transferred to Sixty-fifth infantry
Best, Jacob S.
Bartlett, Thomas H.
Clark, Henry H., enlisted August 9, 1862
Cornforth, John, enlisted August 9, 1862; died May 18, 1865; wounds
Curtis, William U., enlisted August 9, 1862; sick at muster out
Clark, R. M., enlisted August 9, 1862; transferred to invalid corps
Cox, H., enlisted August 9, 1862; transferred to invalid corps
Corning, N., enlisted August 9, 1862; killed September 19, 1863
Clair, Davis B., enlisted August 9, 1862; discharged February 18, 1863; disabled
Crouch, J., enlisted December 26, 1863; died February 13, 1865
Cox, Jas. H., enlisted December 21, 1863; transferred to Sixty-fifth infantry
Colton, John C., enlisted December 19, 1863; transferred to Sixty-fifth infantry
Chambers, John B., transferred to Sixty-fifth infantry
Delong, A., enlisted August 9, 1862
Dalrymple, S. L., enlisted August 9, 1862; discharged November 8, 1864; disabled
Dall, Charles A., enlisted August 9, 1862; discharged February 3, 1863; disabled
Drew, Joseph, enlisted August 9, 1863; mustered out as Corp.
Dickhomer, William, enlisted August 9, 1862; died June, 30, 1863
Empfield, William J., enlisted August 9, 1862; died March 14, 1863
Feeley, D. M., enlisted; transferred to Sixty-fifth infantry

Fisk, Amos, enlisted August 9, 1862; died June 13, 1863
Ford, L. A., enlisted August 9, 1862; died January 2, 1863
Foreman, James, enlisted August 9, 1862; sick at muster out
Fair, L. W., enlisted August 9, 1862
Foley, Patrick, enlisted August 9, 1862; discharged June 24, 1863; disabled
Fair, H. L., enlisted August 9, 1862
Gates, H. H., enlisted December 19, 1863; transferred to Sixty-fifth infantry

Glanz, Chris, enlisted December 26, 1863; transferred to Sixty-fifth infantry
Grinnel, P. L., enlisted October 7, 1864, transferred to Sixty-fifth infantry
Giltner, James W., enlisted August 9, 1862
Grossman, D., enlisted August 9, 1862
Graves, C. S., enlisted August 9, 1862
Galbraith, Joseph, enlisted August 9, 1862
Gailgraith, William, enlisted August 9, 1862; discharged December 28, 1864
Honser, Chris, enlisted August 9, 1862
Hillard, William J., enlisted August 9, 1862; sick at muster out
Hawkins, William, enlisted August 9, 1862
Hawkins, George S., enlisted August 9, 1862
Houser, Samuel, enlisted August 9, 1862; mustered out as Corp.
Haggart, Darius, enlisted August 9, 1862; Corp., sick at muster out
Houser, Abram, enlisted August 9, 1862

Haggart, William H., enlisted December 30, 1863; transferred to Sixty-fifth infantry
Houston, William T., enlisted December 30, 1863; transferred to Sixty-fifth infantry
Hays, S. E., enlisted December 19, 1863; transferred to Sixty-fifth infantry
Henderson, Joseph, enlisted February 12, 1864; transferred to Sixty-fifth infantry

Harrington, John, enlisted February 5, 1864; transferred to Sixty-fifth infantry
Hampugh, Gustav, enlisted
Isaacson, Isaac, enlisted August 9, 1862
Keeler, N. F., enlisted August, 9, 1862
Kena, Charles, enlisted August 9, 1862
Koller, Earnest, enlisted, August 9, 1862
Klass, August, enlisted August 9, 1862
Kliplinger, James E., enlisted August 9, 1862
Keiser, Charles, N., enlisted August 9, 1862; died October 14, 1863
Ladd, John, enlisted August 9, 1862
Lawver, George, enlisted January 29, 1864; transferred to Sixty-fifth infantry
Moor, Emanuel, enlisted August 1862; sick at muster out
Mahony, D. L., enlisted August 9, 1862
McCausland, A. L., enlisted August 9, 1862
McStay, Edward, enlisted August 9, 1862; discharged September 8, 1864; disabled
Mahany, William G., enlisted August 9, 1862; discharged June 2, 1863; disabled
Mathews, John G., enlisted December 23, 1863; transferred to Sixty-fifth infantry
McEathron, M., enlisted December 30, 1863; transferred to Sixty-fifth infantry
Mathews, S. R., enlisted February 12, 1864; transferred to Sixty-fifth infantry
Nunn, Thomas, enlisted August 9, 1862
Phillips, Jas. M., enlisted August 9, 1862; mustered out as Corp.
Playford, H. R., enlisted February 4, 1864; transferred to Sixty-fifth infantry

Phillips, P. A., enlisted February 13, 1865; transferred to Sixty-fifth infantry
Rees, George W., enlisted August 9, 1862
Reber, Jacob A., enlisted August 9, 1862; discharged January 31, 1863, to re-enlist
Rathbun, Parris, enlisted August 9, 1862

Richardson, L., enlisted December 19, 1863; transferred to Sixty-fifth infantry
Royer, Isaac, enlisted January 29, 1864; transferred to Sixty-fifth infantry

Rea, George W., enlisted February 13, 1865; transferred to Sixty-fifth infantry
Rea, John W., enlisted February 13, 1865; died April 13, 1865
Shligel, Julius, enlisted August 9, 1862
Smith, Thomas A., enlisted August 9, 1862
Smith, John I., enlisted August 9, 1862; died April 22, 1865
Seizhorn, H., enlisted August 9, 1862
Sisson, William, enlisted August 9, 1862; sick at muster out
Smith, Robert D., enlisted August 9, 1862
Seabury, Jerome, enlisted August 9, 1862; mustered out as Corp.
Stout, Thomas U., enlisted August 9, 1862
Shearer, Edward, enlisted August 9, 1862; died January 23, 1863
Simpson, John M., enlisted August 9, 1862

Skeels, A. S., enlisted February 8, 1864, transferred to Sixty-fifth infantry
Sindlinger, George W., enlisted October 28, 1864; transferred to Sixty-fifth infantry
Tomlinson, George H., enlisted August 9, 1862; discharged April 1, 1863; disabled
Train, Samuel S., enlisted August 9, 1862; discharged February 3, 1863; disabled
Vanalstine, D. W., enlisted August 9, 1862; sick at muster out
Verbee, Benjamin E., enlisted August 9, 1862
Wales, Thomas, enlisted August 9, 1862
West, Philip, enlisted August 9, 1862; discharged September 30, 1863; disabled
West, Ezra, enlisted August 9, 1862
Workheiser, William, enlisted August 9, 1862; died October 6, 1864
Workheiser, E., enlisted August 2, 1862; discharged August 5, 1865; disabled
Walter, A. B., enlisted August 9, 1862
Wyckoff, E., enlisted August 9, 1862; died April 14, 1863

Westcott, John, enlisted February 3, 1864; transferred to Sixty-fifth infantry


NINETY-THIRD INFANTRY

Col. Holden Putnam, commissioned October 13, 1862; killed November 25, 1863
Adjt. Henry G. Hicks, commissioned November 15, 1862; honorably discharged February 26, 1864

NINETY-THIRD INFANTRY Company D

Capt. Charles F. Taggart, commissioned October 13, 1862; honorably discharged January 10, 1865
Capt. George S. Kleckner, commissioned 2nd Lt. October 13, 1862; promoted 1st Lt. February 9, 1864; promoted Capt. April 1865
1st Lt. Alphens P. Goddard, commissioned October 13, 1862; resigned February 9, 1864
1st Lt. James W. Newcomer, enlisted as private August 7, 1862; promoted 1st Leut. June 6, 1865; mustered out as Q. M. Sgt.
Sgt. Lansing Ells, enlisted July 28, 1862; wounded near Yazoo City; discharged May 31, 1863; disabled; died of wounds at home.
Sgt. Edward P. Renolds, enlisted August 7, 1862; died March 12, 1863
Sgt. John B. Newcomer, enlisted August 2, 1862; died June 21, 1862; wounds
Sgt. Benjamin E. Goddard, enlisted August 12, 1862; transferred to Fortieth infantry
Corp. Samuel Shriver, enlisted August 6, 1862; discharged August 1865; disabled
Corp. James Hickey, enlisted August 5, 1862; killed May 16, 1863
Corp. George Lills, enlisted August 6, 1862; died May 22, 1863
Corp. John Rima, enlisted August 5, 1862; killed November 25, 1863
Corp. Walker Templeton, enlisted August 15, 1862
Musician M. W. Lyman, enlisted August 7, 1862; transferred to brigade band
Musician George B. Turneaure, enlisted August 6, 1862; promoted principal musician
Wagoner Silas Andrews, enlisted August 7, 1862, discharged August 5, 1863; disabled

Andrews, Charles J., enlisted August 6, 1862; transferred to Fortieth infantry
Brandt, Benjamin F., enlisted August 5, 1862
Brillhart, William F., enlisted August 9, 1862; transferred to invalid corps
Bender, Charles, enlisted August 9, 1862; died February 27, 1863
Brown, E. S., enlisted August 6, 1862; discharged August 5, 1863; disabled
Brewer, E. B., enlisted August 6, 1862; died April 17, 1863
Brillhart, Henry, enlisted August 9, 1862; discharged August 5, 1863; disabled
Bergstresser, James, enlisted August 9, 1862; mustered out as Corp.
Birtlin, Balser, enlisted August 5, 1862
Bender, Chris, enlisted August 14, 1862; transferred to V. R. C.
Bogenreif, David, enlisted August 7, 1862; discharged February 1, 1864; disabled
Cornville, M. L., enlisted August 7, 1862; discharged May 25, 1864; disabled
Davis, George, enlisted August 5, 1862
Devore, Samuel F., enlisted August 8, 1862; died July 27, 1863
Erwin, Rudy, enlisted August 10, 1862; killed May 16, 1863
Frey, George W., enlisted August 5, 1862
Fry, Isaac, enlisted August 9, 1862
Garrett, James, enlisted October 3, 1864; transferred

Giddings, Calvin, enlisted August 5, 1862
Goodwill, Frederick, enlisted July 26, 1862; discharged January 10, 1863; disabled
Gable, Jacob, enlisted August 7, 1862
Hopkins, H. L. enlisted August 7, 1862
Hahn, Isaac, enlisted August 7, 1862
Hahn, Jacob, enlisted August 7, 1862
High, H. W., enlisted August 10, 1862
Hood, E. E., enlisted August 14, 1862; disabled, term expired
Jewell, John G., enlisted August 13, 1862; died July 12, 1863
Kiester, David, enlisted August 9, 1862; sick at muster out

Klotz, John, enlisted October 3, 1864; transferred
Kaufman, Adam E., August 14, 1862; sick at muster out
Knedler, Samuel, enlisted August 6, 1862; died September 1, 1863
Kleuhner, George W., enlisted August 5, 1862; died October 13, 1864
Lansing, Ezra, enlisted August 8, 1862; discharged for disabled
Liscomb, N., enlisted August 10, 1862; died August 3, 1863
Lenhart, George C., enlisted August 14, 1862; discharged January 5, 1863, disabled
Lusk, George F., enlisted August 5, 1862; transferred to the 40th infantry

Lusk, Franklin
Lahr, Paul, August 7, 1862; mustered out as Corp.
Metz, Henry, enlisted August 9, 1862; discharged February 23, 1863, disabled
McKibben, Foster B., enlisted August 7, 1862
McKibben, R., enlisted August 15, 1862; mustered out as Sgt.
Plush, Thomas, enlisted August 6, 1862; sick at muster out
Pattern, T. M. C., enlisted August 6, 1862; mustered out as Corp.
Phillips, Thomas, enlisted August 7, 1862; killed May 16, 1863
Pittinger, William, enlisted August 15, 1862
Robert, Cyrus A., enlisted August 5, 1862; discharged June 8, 1865, disabled

Reeder, Peter, October 3, 1864; transferred
Rotzler, John, enlisted August 6, 1862; transferred to brigade band
Solace, C. S., enlisted August 5, 1862; discharged February 5, 1865, disabled
Sprague, Carson, enlisted August 9, 1862; discharged August 15, 1863, disabled
Shearer, Peter, enlisted August 6, 1862
Shearer, David, enlisted August 5, 1862; died April 18, 1865
Shearer, Andrew, enlisted August 7, 1862; absent at muster out

Shippy, Hiram, enlisted August 10, 1862; sick at muster out

At the battle of Altoona Pass on October 4, 1864, he was shot in the left breast. It was very doubtful he would live, but he did, with the ball still in his body.

He was discharged from the invalid corps and sent home in 1865. He lived for 8 years, suffering from his wound the entire time. He died suddenly in 1872.

His wife was pregnant with twin boys at the time he died.

An autopsy was performed which revealed the bullet track through his lung, and into his diaphragm which still had a hole in it. This is eventually what killed him.

His great-granddaughter, Dixie Downs Sampson, wrote that the family has paperwork between his wife and the state fighting to establish his pension for the twin boys born after his death. She had to prove he died of his war wounds.

She did finally prevail and raised nine children by herself on their farm, living to be 99 yrs old. One of the twins was Dixie's grandfather, Herman Shippy.

Hiram was described in his obituary as "a hero, devoted, and brave, doing his duty cheerfully."

Templeton, D. H., enlisted August 15, 1862; died October 30, 1862
Thomas, George, enlisted August 9, 1862; captured at Champlain Hills
Unangust, Franklin, enlisted August 6, 1862
Whitehorn, John, enlisted July 28, 1862; discharged March 7, 1865, disabled
Washburn, C., enlisted August 1862
Ward, William B., enlisted August 14, 1862; died June 29, 1863
White, John D., enlisted August 8, 1862; discharged May 28, 1864, disabled
Yordy, Christopher, enlisted August 9, 1862
Young, John, enlisted August 1862; mustered out March 1863
Young, Henry, enlisted August 5, 1862
Young, Simon, enlisted August 5, 1862

NINETY-THIRD INFANTRY Company G

Capt. Joseph P. Reel, commissioned October 13, 1862; resigned July 20, 1864
Capt. Samuel M. Daughenbaugh, enlisted as Sgt. August 1862; promoted 2nd Lt. January 24, 1864; promoted 1st Lt. January 5, 1864; promoted capt. July 20, 1864
1st. Lt. George W. Hartsough, commissioned October 13, 1862; resigned January 24, 1863
1st Lt. Jeremiah J. Piersol, commissioned 2nd Lt. October 13, 1862; promoted 1st Lt. January 24, 1863; honorably discharged January 5, 1864
1st Lt. George L. Piersol, enlisted as private August 1862; promoted 1st Lt. July 20, 1864
Sgt. Abner H. Howe, enlisted August 10, 1862
Sgt. Elias Castenbader, enlisted August 1862
Sgt. Hugh Moser, enlisted August 21, 1862; absent at muster out
Sgt. Charles Yunt, enlisted August 14, 1862
Corp. Daniel I. Cobb, enlisted August 12, 1862; discharged August 1863, disabled
Corp. N. Wartman, enlisted 6, 1862 discharged wounded
Corp. August; August 16, 1863
Corp. Daniel Keiser, enlisted August 1862
Corp. Henry Shoemaker, enlisted August 11, 1862
Corp. John B. Bollman, enlisted August 2, 1862; killed at Champion Hills
Corp. D. W. Jones
Corp. Luther Hays
Corp. O. M. Broughter
Musician William Ware, enlisted August 12, 1862; transferred to invalid corps
Musician Edward Owen, enlisted August 6, 1862; discharged March 2, 1863
Wagoner John Templeton, enlisted August 4, 1862; died February 25, 1865, wounded

Addams, Alvin, enlisted August 11, 1862; died May 24, 1863, wounded
Andre, John J., enlisted August 14, 1862
Brown, John, enlisted August 1862
Bordner, D. M., enlisted August 14, 1862
Bennethine, John G., enlisted August I1, 1862
Cade, Levi, enlisted August 7, 1862
Clams, Joseph, enlisted August 1862
Cari, H. C., enlisted August 14, 1862; died October 22, 1864, wounded
Collier, William H., enlisted August 15, 1862; died March 30, 1864
Diemar, Ames, enlisted August 15, 1862; discharged September 1863, disabled
Dinges, Adam K., enlisted August 12, 1862
Duhart, Henry, enlisted August 14, 1862
Danber, Daniel, enlisted August 22, 1862
Eastman, H. C., enlisted August 14, 1862
Erb, Isaac, enlisted August u, 1862; killed May 16, 1863
Erb, Henry, enlisted August 14, 1862
Eisenhour, William H., August 1862; died May 19, 1863, wounded
Frank, William, enlisted August 9, 1862; sick at muster out
Forney, David, enlisted August 14, 1862; died June 27, 1864
Fogel, Robert, enlisted August 14, 1862; died December 26, 1862
Fogel, Joseph W., August 14, 1862
Folgate, Thomas, enlisted August 1862
Graham, George W., enlisted August 1862
Garman, J. P., enlisted October 14, 1862
Carman, William, enlisted October 15, 1864
Grane, Joseph F., enlisted August 9, 1862
Greenwalt, Benjamin, enlisted Aug 1862; sick at muster out
Grissinger, F. B., August 12, 1862
Granzo, August, enlisted August 1862; sick at muster out
Hockman, Henry, enlisted August 1862
Humphrey, Charles, enlisted August 1862
Humphrey, John M., enlisted August 1863
Hulbert, Lyman, enlisted August 10, 1862; killed October 15, 1864
Helm, Tobias, enlisted August 14, 1862; died May 1, 1863
Hartsell, Samuel, enlisted August 20, 1862
Haas, W. G., enlisted August 19, 1862; killed May 23, 1865
Ilgen, Daniel G., enlisted August 1862
Ilgen, David M., enlisted August 1862
Kostenbader, S. S., enlisted August 1862
Kahli, Henry, enlisted August 1862
Kryder, John J., enlisted August 14, 1862
Kahli, Emanuel, enlisted August 1862; discharged March 28, 1865, disabled
Klapp, Charles B., enlisted August 14, 1862

Knock, Jas. E., enlisted August 7, 1862
Krise, William, enlisted August 14, 1862; died September 27, 1863
Logan, Jas. N., enlisted August 14, 1862
Logan, S. W.
Lott, George W., enlisted August 14, 1862; discharged March 31, 1865, disabled
Law, Henry, enlisted August 14, 1862; died May 29, 1864
Lattig, George M., enlisted August 14, 1862
Leibe, D., enlisted August 14, 1862
Myers, Reuben, enlisted August 15, 1862
Matteo, Moses, enlisted August 14, 1862; transferred to invalid corps
McHolt, Oliver, enlisted August 1862; died November 30, 1863
Morse, Jefferson, enlisted August 12, 1862
McConnell, John P., enlisted August 12, 1862; died October 4, 1863
Nickles, Lester, enlisted August 1862
Nicklas, A. M., enlisted August 1862; discharged April 2, 1863, disabled
Nickles, George W., enlisted August 14, 1862; transferred to invalid corps
Reiser, Conrad, enlisted August 1862; died March 28, 1863
Rosweiler, Henry, enlisted August 14, 1862; killed May 16, 1863
Reubendall, R. R., enlisted August 1862; transferred to invalid corps
Sindlinger, John W., enlisted August 12, 1862; dis. July 23, 1863, disabled
Stewart, Jas. C., enlisted August 1862
Shockley, Benjamin, enlisted August 12, 1862; died May 19, 1863
St. John, Thomas K., enlisted August 14, 1862; died October 22, 1862
Seigley, D. Y., enlisted August 15, 1862; transferred to invalid corps
Smith, Sanford, enlisted August 15, 1862; sick at muster out
Sands, William, enlisted August 15, 1862
Shekler, Levi, enlisted August 10, 1862
Vantilburg, T., enlisted August 14, 1862; died August 14, 1862
Vantilburg, N. H., enlisted August 14, 1862; discharged February 15, 1863, disabled
Werkheiser, John H., enlisted August 14, 1862
Wolf, Daniel, enlisted August 10, 1862; killed May 16, 1863
Wetzel, Peter, enlisted August 1862
Wilson, William J., enlisted August 12, 1862; died May 25, 1863, wounded
Wertman, Joseph, enlisted August 12, 1862
Wickwire, F. M., enlisted August 12, 1862; died August 17, 1863
Wagner, J. R., August 12, 1861; mustered out as Corp.
Wagner, Joel, enlisted August 14, 1862; died November 29, 1863, wounds
Wardlow, Robert, enlisted August 21, 1862; discharged for wounds
Zerle, George, enlisted August 14, 1862; transferred to V. R. C.
Zerle, William, enlisted August 10, 1862
Youndt, Albert, enlisted December 29, 1863; transferred to 40th infantry


THE ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY-SECOND INFANTRY
(One Hundred Days)

Col. Rollins V. Ankeney, commissioned June 18, 1864
Adjt. Albert W. Brewster, commissioned June 9, 1864
Sgt. Asa E. Shephard, commissioned June 18, 1864

THE ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY-SECOND INFANTRY (One Hundred Days) Company A

1st Lt. Denison C. Frisbie, commissioned June 18, 1864
Sgt. John McEathron, enlisted May 1, 1864; mustered out as 1st Sgt.
Corp. Herbert W. Allen, enlisted May 2, 1864; mustered out as Sgt.
Corp. Dennis H. Reynolds, enlisted May 1, 1864
Corp. Lewis P. Clingman, enlisted May 10, 1864
Corp. Ira Peckard, enlisted May 4, 1864

Boyer, John, enlisted May 1, 1864
Baum, Samuel, enlisted June 1, 1862
Bailey, Horace, enlisted May 1, 1864
Barklow, Frederick, enlisted May 5, 1864
Biehl, Frank, enlisted June 16, 1864; died September 1864
Cosier, Ammon, May 16, 1864
Clingman, W.
Draws, George, enlisted June 1, 1864
Hill, Eugene, O., enlisted May 25, 1864
Ludeke, Charles, enlisted May 21, 1864; died September 26, 1864
McGloughlin, Joseph, enlisted May 10, 1864
Williams, John, enlisted May 10, 1864

THE ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY-SECOND INFANTRY (One Hundred Days) Company E

2nd Lt. James R. Baker, commissioned June 18, 1864
1st Sgt. William Trude, enlisted May 1, 1864
Musician William H. Baker, enlisted May 10, 1864

Buisman, John, enlisted May 14, 1864; died September 9, 1864
Cobie, John, enlisted May 12, 1864
Dean, Israel, enlisted May 30, 1864; died September 12, 1864
Gifford, Henry
Heddens, Roelf, enlisted May 14, 1864
Higgins, Frank, enlisted May 28, 1864
Kohl, George, enlisted May 1, 1864
Lizer, Andrew, enlisted May 30, 1864
Long, David, enlisted May 2, 1864
Seibels, D. B., enlisted May 16, 1864; died August 12, 1864
Turbett, Thomas M., enlisted May 25, 1864
Wepel, Bertus, enlisted May 14, 1864
Wepel, H., enlisted August 14, 1864

THE ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY-SECOND INFANTRY (One Hundred Days) Company F

Capt. Henry Burrell, commissioned June 18, 1864
1st Lt. Francis A. Darling, commissioned June 18, 1864
2nd Lt. Josiah D. Fye, commissioned June 18, 1864
1st Sgt. Graham M. Woods, enlisted May 5, 1864
Sgt. John H. Tandy, enlisted May 5, 1864
Sgt. Dolphus Tyler, enlisted May 6, 1864
Sgt. Thomas M. Bradshaw, enlisted May 5, 1864
Corp. Charles F. Bulkley, enlisted May 6, 1864
Corp. Henry Brillhart, enlisted May 12, 1864
Corp. William Liebhart, May 12, 1864
Corp. Josiah F. May, enlisted May 9, 1864
Corp. George B. Stephens, enlisted May 5, 1864
Corp. Edward P. Johnson, enlisted May 5, 1864
Corp. Thomas C. Strunk, enlisted May 13, 1864
Corp. John L. French, enlisted May 12, 1864
Wagoner Daniel W. Jennings, enlisted May 24, 1862

Adair, George, enlisted May 25, 1864; died September 1, 1864
Ballinger, Aquilla, enlisted May 25, 1864
Brownley, H., enlisted May 6, 1864
Brown, George W., enlisted May 25, 1864
Buchanan, John H., enlisted May 9, 1864
Burrell, Daniel, enlisted May 5, 1864
Dilly, Jacob, enlisted May 11,1864
Ells, William A., enlisted May 9, 1864
Eyre, John H., enlisted May 24, 1864
Freese, I. T., enlisted May 24, 1864
Frisbie, William D., enlisted May 9, 1864
Fuller, Lorenzo, enlisted May 9, 1864
Galpin, William C., enlisted May 10, 1864
Gates, Norman, enlisted May 20, 1864
Getteg, Aaron, enlisted May 19, 1864
Goldin, John A., enlisted May 9, 1864
Hall, Archer, enlisted May 9, 1864
Hawkins, Wesley, enlisted May 29, 1864
Hazen, Gustavus E., enlisted May 9, 1864
Heinsler, Frederick, enlisted May 17, 1864; died August 26, 1864
Hitchcock, F., enlisted May 23, 1864
Jones, August D., enlisted May 5, 1864
Kanawell, William, enlisted May 1864
Kuley, William, enlisted May 1864
Lapp, Isaac, enlisted May 24, 1864
Madden, William, enlisted May 5, 1864
Martin, William A., enlisted May 24, 1864
McAffe, Torrance, enlisted May 18, 1864
McLees, William, enlisted May 5, 1864
Merely, Robert, enlisted May 15, 1864
Murdaugh, Thomas, enlisted May 1, 1864; died October 9, 1864
Nesbit, Alexander, enlisted May 31, 1864
Ochk, Alpha, enlisted May 10, 1864
Ochk, Omega, enlisted May 14, 1864
Otto, Charles, enlisted May 17, 1864
Packard, Eleroy, enlisted May 6, 1864
Pender, Thomas, enlisted May 4, 1864
Raudecker, James C., enlisted May 9, 1864
Rippbarger, John, enlisted May 8, 1864
Shane, William, enlisted May 12, 1864
Sheldon, C. D., enlisted May 9, 1864
Stunk, Peter, May 16, 1864
Sterling, Robert, enlisted May 10, 1864
Sullivan, Patrick, enlisted May 1864
Turneaure, Charles H., enlisted May 12, 1864
Thomas, William H., enlisted May 20, 1864
Townes, Edward, enlisted May 6, 1864
Vanalst, Martin, enlisted May 4, 1864
Wagner, William H., enlisted May 24, 1864
Wallace, William, enlisted May 31, 1864
Warner, A. J., enlisted May 14, 1864
Warner, C. F., enlisted May 12, 1864
Warner, John, enlisted May 28, 1864
White, Wallace, enlisted May 10, 1864
Wilson, Charles M., enlisted May 20, 1864
Winters, John C., enlisted May 14, 1864
Winters, William, enlisted May 25, 1864
Young, Thomas B., enlisted May 18, 1864
Zimmerman, H. O., enlisted May 7, 1864

THE ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY-SECOND INFANTRY (One Hundred Days) Company G

Sgt. John F. Whitley, enlisted June 1, 1864

Barry, John, enlisted May 16, 1864
Bessinger, John, enlisted May 27, 1864
Brownley, S., enlisted June 2, 1864
Davidson, Joseph, enlisted May 21, 1864
George, Lawson E., enlisted June 1, 1864
Kenneson, T. E., enlisted March 9, 1864
Kanrai, David, enlisted May 10, 1864
Mooney, Edward, enlisted June 1, 1864
McGlaughlin, James, enlisted May 10, 1864
Wilson, Charles, enlisted May 16, 1864
Wood, Cyrus A., enlisted June 2, 1864; mustered out for re-enlistment

 


THE ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY-SIXTH INFANTRY (One Year)

Adjt. James P. Hodges, commissioned October 10, 1864

THE ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY-SIXTH INFANTRY (One Year) Company E

Capt. John R. Jones, commissioned September 19, 1864; resigned April 7, 1865
Capt. Russell A. Hays, commissioned 1st Lt. September 19, 1864; promoted capt. May 10, 1865
2nd Lt. John L. Kamrar, commissioned September 19, 1864; discharged March 9, 1865
2nd Lt. Lewis D. Brigham, enlisted as 1st Sgt. September 2, 1864; promoted 2nd Lt. May 10, 1865
Sgt. James Frost, enlisted September 2, 1864; disabled
Sgt. Samuel Hayes, enlisted September 3, 1864
Sgt. David Schreiak, enlisted September 3, 1864
Sgt. Edward L. Bruce, enlisted September 2, 1862
Corp. Jerome A. Butts, enlisted September 2, 1864
Corp. Samuel Whitemeyer, enlisted September 2, 1864
Corp. Stephen Clingman, enlisted September 2, 1864
Corp. John Boyer, enlisted September 2, 1864
Corp. Lewis Lawyer, enlisted September 2, 1864
Corp. Thomas McGhee, enlisted September 2, 1864
Musician Edward Owen, enlisted September 5, 1864
Wagoner Andrew Harnish, enlisted September 2, 1864

Andrews, Isaac F., enlisted September 2, 1864
Auman, Edward, enlisted September 3, 1864
Burd, Benjamin F., enlisted September 3, 1864; mustered out as Corp.
Burd, George W., enlisted September 2, 1864
Bogenreif, Samuel, enlisted September 3, 1864
Briel, Reuben C., enlisted September 5, 1864; discharged May 12, 1865, disabled
Bowen, Samuel, enlisted September 5, 1864
Bortzfield, John, enlisted September 5, 1864; died September 13, 1864
Bollman, George, enlisted September 2, 1864
Childs, Lewis C., enlisted September 2, 1864
Cornville, M. L., enlisted September 3, 1864; died October 7, 1864
Clingman, H. C., enlisted September 3, 1864
Foster, Robert, enlisted September 3, 1864
Graham, E. W., enlisted September 3. 1864
Haggart, Sydney, enlisted September 3, 1864
Hutchison, Samuel, enlisted September 3, 1864
Ingraham, Orlin, enlisted September 3, 1864
Keagan, Nicholas, enlisted September 3, 1864
Kleckner, William, enlisted September 2, 1864
Knoll, Thomas, enlisted September 2, 1864
Kryder, William H., enlisted September 2, 1864
Kuns, N., enlisted September 2, 1864
Kailey, George W., enlisted September 2, 1864
Kenison, Thomas J., enlisted September 3, 1864; discharged May 20, 1865, disabled
Kearn, Richard, enlisted September 2, 1864
Larkins, M., enlisted September 3, 1864
Wendenhall, William, enlisted September 3, 1864
Murray, James S., enlisted September 3, 1864; died February 1, 1865
McDowell, E. R., enlisted September 5, 1864; promoted principal musician
Rees, John, enlisted September 3, 1864
Patten, Lawrence, enlisted September 5, 1864; discharged April 4, 1865, disabled
Rath, A. B., enlisted September 3, 1864
Springer, Nathan, enlisted September 3, 1864; died October 19, 1864
Schroeder, H., enlisted September 3, 1864
Stoeger, Adam, enlisted September 3, 1864
Stiles, R. A., enlisted September 2, 1864
Sheckler, O. P., enlisted September 5, 1864
Twogood, Daniel, enlisted September 2, 1864
Vocht, John L., enlisted September 5, 1864
Williams, F. E., enlisted September 2, 1864
Wells, Orsen, enlisted September 3, 1864
Yeaman, Thomas J., enlisted September 3, 1864
Yeager, Peter, enlisted September 5, 1864
Yarger, William A., enlisted September 3, 1864

 


ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY-SEVENTH INFANTRY (One Year) Company E

Capt. Francis A. Darling, commissioned February 18, 1865
1st Lt. Denison C. Frisbie, commissioned February 18, 1865; resigned September 2, 1865
1st Lt. Jacob M. Martin, commissioned 2nd Lt. February 18, 1865; promoted 1st Lt. October 4, 1865
2nd Lt. Daniel J. Kelley, enlisted as 1st Sgt. February 9, 1865; promoted 2nd Lt. October 4, 1865
Sgt. Richard M. Rockey, enlisted February 10, 1865; mustered out as 1st. Sgt.
Sgt. John J. Thomas, enlisted February 6, 1865
Sgt. C. B. White, enlisted February 4, 1865; dis. December 16, 1865, disabled
Sgt. Jonathan Small, enlisted February 7, 1865
Corp. N. M. Ferguson, enlisted February 10, 1865
Corp. Peter Slear, enlisted February 4, 1865
Corp. John L. Rockey, enlisted February 10, 1865
Corp. Henry Phelps, enlisted February 6, 1865
Corp. A. W. Kaup, enlisted February 8, 1865
Corp. Alfred F. Miller, enlisted February 6, 1865
Corp. Charles Wilson, enlisted February 9, 1865
Musician William H. Baker, enlisted February 7, 1865
Wagoner D. W. Jennings, enlisted February 3, 1865

Allen, John S., enlisted February 4, 1865
Allen, T. M., enlisted February 8, 1865
Boyer, Isaac, enlisted February 17, 1865
Buss, Thankful, enlisted February 15, 1865
Buss, Isaac, enlisted February 13, 1865
Buffington, C. H., enlisted February 13, 1865
Beegle, A. H., enlisted February u, 1865; mustered out September 21, 1865
Baker, Lewis, enlisted February 9, 1865
Boyer, Joseph L., enlisted February 8, 1865
Baniger, Peter, enlisted February 9, 1865
Burnham, N. S., enlisted February 4, 1865
Bangs, M., enlisted February 6, 1865
Bobb, Cyrus, enlisted February 10, 1865
Blakenlisted William, enlisted February 6, 1865
Bolinger, D., enlisted February 8, 1865
Caffee, James L., enlisted February 6, 1865
Carter, L. H., enlisted February 4, 1865
Cooper, B. G., enlisted February 8, 1864
Carpenter, D., enlisted February 9, 1864
Davenport, Lucius, enlisted February 7, 1864
Durfee, R. S., enlisted February 6, 1864
Darling, Francis S.
Frisbie, D. C.
Farrell, Charles, enlisted February 17, 1864; discharged August 30, 1865, disabled
Folgate, Daniel, enlisted February 10, 1864; discharged December 26, 1865, disabled
French, George, enlisted February 9, 1864
Frank, John W., enlisted February 7, 1864
Fisher, George, enlisted February 6, 1864
Fischer, Charles, enlisted February 6, 1864
Flickinger, William, enlisted August 10, 1864
Foster, Fred, enlisted February 8, 1864
Galbraith, Benjamin, enlisted February 17, 1864
Gearry, John, enlisted February 4, 1864
Hallensleben, H, W., enlisted February 4, 1864
Harwood, William N., enlisted February 6, 1864; died August 5, 1865
Hick, H. V., enlisted February 4, 1864
Harris, Charles B., enlisted February 4, 1864
Inman, John, enlisted February 17, 1864
Kibner, William, enlisted February 4, 1864
Keyser, John E., enlisted February 6, 1864
Kelly, John, enlisted February 10, 1864; died May 2, 1865
Kahl, Thomas J., enlisted February 7, 1864
Lims, Joseph, enlisted February 10, 1864
Lashell, H. F., enlisted February 6, 1864
Leigh, William H., enlisted February 9, 1864
Lower, Solomon, enlisted February 15, 1864
McLain, Isaac, enlisted February 9, 1864
Moore, John T., enlisted February 10, 1864
Price, David, enlisted February 4, 1864
Patterson, Arthur, enlisted February 8, 1864
Rhoades, I. P., enlisted February 17, 1864
Reed, Hugh, enlisted February 6, 1864
Smith, Charles A., enlisted February 7, 1864
Stickney, H. J., enlisted February 6, 1864
Sisson, James R., enlisted February 8, 1864
Snyder, John S., enlisted February 8, 1864
Small, Samuel, enlisted February 8, 1864
Tyler, Andrew, enlisted February 17, 1864
Van Epps, James W., enlisted February 7, 1864
Wood, William H., enlisted February 4, 1864
Carpenter, H., enlisted February 9, 1865
Cox, Abel, enlisted February 6, 1865

 


SEVENTH CAVALRY

Lt. Col. Henry C. Forbes, commissioned 1st Lt. Company B, August 1861; promoted Capt. November 18, 1861; promoted Maj. February 10, 1863; promoted Lt. Col. March 1, 1865

SEVENTH CAVALRY Company B

Capt. Henry C. Forbes
Capt. William McCausland, enlisted as Sgt. September 5, 1861; promoted 1st Lt. November 18, 1861; promoted Capt. February 10, 1863; died December 25, 1864
Capt. Stephen A. Forbes, enlisted as private September 5, 1861; promoted 2nd Lt. February 10, 1863; promoted Capt. March 28, 1865
1st Sgt. Josiah T. Noyes, enlisted September 5, 1861; promoted Battalion Quartermaster

Addler, Charles, enlisted September 5, i86i;-discharged October 23, 1864
Barnes, George H., enlisted September 5, 1861; died June 15, 1862
Clark, John W., enlisted March 4, 1865; mustered out November 4, 1865
Combs, H. D., enlisted September 5, 1861; mustered out April 21, 1865
Cuff, Thomas, enlisted February 10, 1864
Davis, T. H., enlisted September 5, 1861; mustered out October 15, 1864, as Corp.
Goddard, S. N., enlisted September 5, 1861; discharged April 9, 1862, disabled
Hill, Thomas, enlisted September 5, 1861; died November 15, 1863
Jenkins, George I., enlisted September 5, 1861; discharged April 25, 1863, disabled
McCausland, S. A., enlisted September 5, 1861; mustered out October 15, 1864
Myers, Charles, enlisted September 5, 1861; veteran February 10, 1864; mustered out November 4, 1865
Noyes, Lucius A., enlisted September 5, 1861; discharged October 28, 1862, 1st Sgt.

SEVENTH CAVALRY (Unassigned)

Kleckner, Aaron, enlisted January 25, 1865
Long, Caspar, enlisted October 1862; discharged May 23, 1865
Massler, David D., enlisted March 2, 1865
Nolan, Thomas, enlisted February 20, 1865
Sherman, Leonard


EIGHTH CAVALRY Company G

Sgt. Chalmers Ingersoll, enlisted September 14, 1862; veteran

Coppersmith, A., enlisted September 14, 1861; killed in action September, 1863
Chambers, James S., enlisted September 14, 1861; promoted regiment commisary Sgt.
Daniel, Joseph, enlisted September 14, 1861; veteran
Diffenbaugh, David, enlisted September 14, 1861; killed July 1, 1863
Hollenbeck, A., enlisted September 14, 1861; veteran January 1, 1864; mustered out June 19, 1865
Langdon, D. L., enlisted September 14, 1861; veteran January 1, 1864; transferred to Company K; mustered out July 17, 1865
Miller, S. H., enlisted September 14, 1861; mustered out September 28, 1864

EIGHTH CAVALRY Company I

High, Samuel, enlisted September 30, 1864; mustered out July 17, 1865

EIGHTH CAVALRY Company K

Langdon, David
Margritz, George O., enlisted October 3, 1864; mustered out July 17, 1865

EIGHTH CAVALRY Company M

Woodcock, D. R., enlisted December 5, 1863; mustered out July 17, 1865

 


TWELFTH CAVALRY (Unassigned)

Brooks, R. H., enlisted January 5, 1864
Bronsum, John H., enlisted December 1863
Calvin, Francis M., enlisted January 5, 1864
Cornstock, George R., enlisted December 17, 1863
Erlewine, Samuel, enlisted December 22, 1863
Fitzpatrick, William, enlisted December 31, 1863
Fuller, Eli C., January 5, 1864
Green, Charles, enlisted January 5, 1864
Gardner, Edward, enlisted December 31, 1863
Giltner, R. D., enlisted December 24, 1863
Hyde, D., enlisted January 15, 1864
Martzall, S., enlisted January 5, 1864
Mclaughlin, R., enlisted January 15, 1864
McGill, William, enlisted December 31, 1863
Mullarkey, John, enlisted December 31, 1863
Peterson, John, enlisted December 1863
Ryan, Henry, enlisted December 24, 1863
Shaffer, George J., enlisted December 1863


THIRTEENTH CAVALRY Company E

Gardner, Brayton, enlisted October 7, 1861; discharged in 1862
Smallwood, Jr., Charles, enlisted September 25, 1861

THIRTEENTH CAVALRY Company I

High, Henry A., enlisted December 21, 1863; died October 31, 1864
Johnson, R. W.
Kleckner, H. C., enlisted December 31, 1863; mustered out August 31, 1865
Kleckner, J. M.
Lamb, O. F., enlisted March 17, 1864
Lamb, J. D.
Lamb, D. C.
Miller, H. G., enlisted December 31, 1863; discharged June 13, 1865
Smith, John G., enlisted December 21, 1863; sick at muster out
Shrove, Daniel, enlisted December 21, 1863; sick at muster out
Sindlinger, John, enlisted January 29, 1864; died July 8, 1864
Sheldon, O. D., enlisted February 2, 1864
Studebaker, Henry
Strange, W.


FOURTEENTH CAVALRY Company I

Capt. Francis M. Hagaman, commissioned January 7, 1863; resigned May 25, 1864
Capt. Francis Boeke, commissioned 1st Lt. January 7, 1863; promoted capt. May 25, 1864
1st Lt. William H. Puckett, enlisted as private October 14, 1862; promoted 2nd Lt. October 19 1864; promoted 1st Lt. March 28, 1865

Addis, Mattenly, enlisted August 6, 1862; discharged October 3, 1864, disabled
Allen, Nelson, enlisted October 22, 1862
Bardin, John, enlisted October 4, 1862; discharged July 21, 1863
Butterfield, William D., enlisted November 4, 1862; discharged July 21, 1863
Berininger, B., enlisted December 1, 1862; missing in action
Clare, David S., enlisted October 14, 1862; mustered out July 31, 1865, as Sgt.
Clair, William, October 4, 1862; mustered out July 31, 1865
Chapin, K. W., enlisted November 18, 1862; missing in action
Donahoo, William J., enlisted February 18, 1864; mustered out July 31, 1865
Donahoo, Robert, enlisted March 31, 1864; mustered out July 31, 1865
Eby, Richard R., enlisted October 20, 1862; mustered out July 31, 1865
Elliott, D. M., enlisted November 7, 1862; died December 8, 1863
Fouke, R. R., enlisted January 16, 1863; mustered out July 31, 1865
Gogan, John, enlisted October 18, 1862; missing in action
Gregsby, James M., enlisted November 5, 1862
Gandy, Alex M., enlisted November 10, 1862; died October 9, 1864
Glass, Henry, enlisted November 25, 1862; mustered out July 31, 1865
Ginther, John, enlisted November 22, 1862; mustered out June 21, 1865
Humphrey, A., enlisted September 27, 1862; transferred to Company E
Haggart, Charles, enlisted November 5, 1862; mustered out July 31, 1865
Hollenbeck, H. W., enlisted October 1, 1862; mustered out July 31, 1865, as Corp.
Lenan, M., enlisted September 15, 1862; died January 12, 1863
Martin, Robert L., enlisted February 12, 1862; mustered out July 31, 1865
Miller, A. C., enlisted October 14, 1862
Martin, A. W., enlisted February 18, 1864; mustered out August 4, 1865
Miller, Anton, enlisted August 4, 1862; discharged April 5, 1865
Morris, William F., enlisted October 17, 1862; discharged May 18, 1865
Mellois, John, enlisted September 15, 1862; missing in action
Miller, John H., enlisted October 14, 1862; discharged June 21, 1865
McNicholas, James, enlisted December 2, 1862; missing in action
O'Brien, James, enlisted October 17, 1862; mustered out July 31, 1865, as Sgt.
Pardee, A. W., enlisted February 18, 1862; discharged June 23, 1865
Pickard, John S., enlisted November 6, 1862; died March 29, 1863
Rollinson, M. D., enlisted October 14, 1862; missing in action
Stewart, William H., enlisted September 24, 1862; died August 10, 1863
Strange, John W., enlisted November 24, 1862; discharged September 17, 1863
Schlimmer, K., enlisted December 13, 1862; died May 23, 1863
Strange, William, enlisted December 24, 1864; discharged
Scott, Alfred M., enlisted February 18, 1864; discharged March 28, 1865
Thompson, Alexander, enlisted December 1, 1864
Vandeburg, H., enlisted October 1, 1864; missing in action

 


FIFTEENTH CAVALRY Company L

Newcomer, A. C., enlisted February 14, 1862; discharged March 16, 1863, disabled
Sinclair, George S., enlisted February 15, 1862



SEVENTEENTH CAVALRY Company F

Black, E. O., enlisted February 5, 1864; mustered out December 18, 1865
Bowden, Hiram, enlisted December 10, 1863; drowned July 3, 1864
Clark, H. R., enlisted January 25, 1864
Delate, L. W., enlisted December 25, 1863; died July 26, 1864
Davis, E. H., enlisted December 15, 1864; mustered out December 18, 1865
Delate, William D., enlisted December 15, 1864; mustered out June 12, 1865, disabled
Horton, George E., enlisted January 23, 1864; mustered out December 18, 1865
Hall, James H., enlisted January 4, 1864; transferred to invalid corps
Justice, Charles T., enlisted January 23, 1864
Luke, Moses H., enlisted January 25, 1864; mustered out December 18, 1865
Mapes, William, enlisted January 4, 1864; mustered out December 18, 1865
Phifer, John W., enlisted December 15, 1863; mustered out December 18, 1863

SEVENTEENTH CAVALRY Company H

Redder, Bernard, enlisted January 5, 1864; mustered out May 23, 1865

SEVENTEENTH CAVALRY Company M

Bolster, William A., enlisted February 5, 1864; mustered out November 23, 1865
Brooks, R. H., enlisted January 5, 1864; mustered out November 23, 1865
Carver, Mellen
Calvin, F. M., enlisted January 5, 1864
Fitzpatrick, William, enlisted December 31, 1863; mustered out November 23, 1865
Fuller, E. C., enlisted January 5, 1864; mustered out May 25, 1864
Green, Charles, enlisted January 5, 1864; discharged July 14, 1864
Gardner, Edward, enlisted December 31, 1863; mustered out November 23, 1865
Giltner, R. D., enlisted December 24, 1863
Hyde, Daniel, enlisted January 15, 1864
Harmon, William, enlisted January 5, 1864; mustered out November 23, 1865
Harvey, Albert
McLaughlin, Richard, enlisted January 15, 1864
Martzall, Solomon, enlisted January 5, 1864; mustered out July 18, 1865
McGill, William, enlisted December 31, 1863; mustered out November 23, 1865

 


FIRST ARTILLERY (Unassigned)

Adams, John H., enlisted December 29, 1863
Lynds, H., enlisted September 28, 1864
Reuter, Peter, enlisted August 24, 1864



SECOND ARTILLERY Company E

Burkhard, Casper, enlisted August 31, 1862
Shillibg, Frederick, enlisted August 31, 1862; died March 20, 1863


EIGHTH INFANTRY

Adjt. Leander A. Sheetz, commissioned March 20, 1865; mustered out May 4, 1866
2nd Lt. Daniel A. Sheetz, commissioned September, 1861; killed in battle


EIGHTEENTH INFANTRY (Consolidated)

Capt. Urias H. Eaton, commissioned 1st Lt. March 18, 1865, promoted capt. July 17, 1865; resigned October 12, 1865

 


FIFTY-SEVENTH INFANTRY

Forbes, Edwin, enlisted December 10, 1861; veteran December 27, 1863; mustered out July 7, 1865, as Sgt.
Rodemire, Joseph, enlisted December 10, 1861; veteran December 27, 1863; mustered out July 7, 1865, as Sgt.

 


FIFTY-EIGHTH INFANTRY

Bauer, Peter, enlisted November 30, 1861; believed to be dead
James, Phillip, enlisted November 20, 1861; died February 1862, wounds
Koller, Jacob, enlisted November 28, 1861


SIXTY-FOURTH INFANTRY

Reisch, Chris, enlisted December 1, 1861

 


SEVENTY-FIFTH INFANTRY

Surg. Chesseldon Fisher, commissioned July 28, 1863; resigned November 22, 1864

Stoddard, Farrell, enlisted; died September 4, 1864

 


EIGHTY-NINTH INFANTRY

Ayers, John, enlisted November 28, 1863; transferred to 39th. infantry
Koym, William, enlisted October 26, 1863; killed June 22, 1864
Creschance, Case, enlisted August 7, 1862; mustered out June 10, 1865
Conner, Michael, enlisted July 31, 1862; discharged January 29, 1865, disabled
Roe, Charles E., enlisted August 14, 1862; promoted Q. M. Sgt.
Snyder, Chris, enlisted August 7, 1862
Wadsworth, O. T., enlisted July 31, 1862; mustered out June 10, 1865
Stitle, Henry, enlisted

 

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