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Clark County Illinois
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Civil War Burials

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Abbreviations

Branches: Cav.=Cavalry, Inf.=Infantry, Mar.=Marines, Mtd=Mounted, Rfls=Riflrs

Medals: M. H. - Medal of Honor Recipient

Flag Holders:  G. A. R. - Grand Army of the Republic,  L. L. - Military Order of the Loyal Legion, O. F. - Other

Data Transcribed by Kevin Ortman

Name

Rank
In/Out

Co.

Unit

Enl.

Dis.

Cemetery

Flags

Comments

Bailiff Robert B. Pvt./Pvt. E 48 IL Inf Nov. 24, 1864 June 21, 1865* Bailiff GAR, OF *Deserted at Louisville.
Baker Thomas Pvt./Pvt.
Pvt./Pvt.
F
F
123 IL Inf
61 IL Inf
Feb. 1, 1864 Sep 8, 1865 Lindsey GAR Transferred
Beltz Henry                
Beltz William           Medsker    
Bennett William P. Pvt./Cpl. G 63 IL Inf Dec. 1, 1861 July 13, 1865 Bailiff GAR Re-enl'd. as vet. Feb 10, 1864
                   
Byram, Joseph P. Pvt./Pvt. G 63 IL Inf Dec. 1, 1861   Baird GAR Mustered in Apr. 10, 1862
Canaday J. A.   H 14 IN Inf          
Clark Elijah Cpl./Pvt. E 22 KY Inf Oct. 10, 1861 Jan 20, 1865 Dunlap    
Converse Robert B.     177 PA Inf          
Cornwell Thompson Rector     130  IL Inf          
Cox       34  IL Inf     Martinsville    
Donaldson Henry     21 IL Inf          
Evans Iredell Arthur Sgt. I 79  IL Inf Aug. 2, 1862 May 25, 1865 Plymouth   Capt'd at Chickamumga Sep. 19,1863
Gilbert Willis Wesley Pvt. F 79 IL Inf Aug. 1, 1862 June 12, 1865 Auburn GAR Capt'd at Stones River, sent to Libby Prison
Hammond Charles Wesley     123rd IL Inf Aug. 1, 1862       Deserted at Louisville Jan. 20, 1863
Lowry Henry P. Pvt. D 25 IL Inf June 1, 1861 Sep. 5, 1864     Severely wounded June 23, 18642
Lowry Jackson1 Pvt. C 155 IL Inf Feb. 15, 1865 June 19, 1865* Auburn   *in hosp. in Tullahoma, TN
Lowry Joseph Benjamin3 Pvt./Cpl. F 150 IN Inf     Auburn    
Moore Francis Pvt. C 155 IL Inf Feb. 15, 1865 Sep. 4, 1865 St. Mary's GAR  
Nidey Mathias S. Pvt. G 63 US Mar. Dec. 1, 1861 Jan 18, 1865 Bailiff    
Perry B. F. Pvt.   1 MO Cav          
Prevo Samuel     31 IN Inf Sep. 20, 1861   Plymouth    
Reed James W.   B 2 IN Cav     Shiloh    
Smith John R.           Martinsville    
Smith, Joshua Pvt. G 123 IL Inf Aug. 14, 1862 Oct.18, 1862* Martinsville   *Disability discharge
Tomlinson Zedekiah     34 IL Inf          
Wells Nathan     79 IL Inf          

Soldiers Buried Outside County

or unknown location

Name

 

Rank

Co.

Branch

Dis.

Cemetery

Flags

Comments

 
Orndorf Israel Pvt. E 42 IL Inf Nov. 12, 1864 Olney, IL Johnson Twp. 41 VA farmer Aug 18, 1865 Springfield, IL


Notes:

1Some records spell surname Lowery. Res: Clark Centre, IL. Widow's app.  says he also served in 1861.
2Pension Papers; injured at Battle of Kenesaw Mt. acc. to family tradition.
3Pension, submitted by Mary Jean Lowry Bivins

Sources:

1956 Honor Roll of Veterans, transcribed by K. L. Ortman
National Graves Registration Database
, Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War
Clark County Cemetery transcriptions


This list contains only those persons who were buried in Clark County. Not all veterans may be included in this list and some information may be in error.



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