Our Bold Soldier Boys

Taken From the Henry News Republican

Embracing the Name, Residence, Date of Enlistment, Wounds, Discharge, Death or Mustering Out of Officers and Soldiers who enlisted in the U. S. service during the late Rebellion from Marshall and Putnam counties and its vicinity - Bureau (Lone Tree, Milo, Wheatland, Arispie), Peoria (Chillicothe) and Stark (Bradford, Osceola) Counties.

Carefully complied from the Adjutant’s General Report 1861 to 1866.

17th Illinois Infantry 18th Illinois Infantry 20th Illinois Infantry
47th Illinois Infantry 47th As Re-Organized 65th Illinois Infantry 67th Illinois Infantry
 68th Illinois Infantry 69th Illinois Infantry 71st Illinois Infantry 72nd Illinois Infantry
73rd Illinois Infantry 75th Illinois Infantry 76th Illinois Infantry 78th Illinois Infantry
83rd Illinois Infantry 84th Illinois Infantry 88th Illinois Infantry 89th Illinois Infantry
90th Illinois Infantry 91st Illinois Infantry 93rd Illinois Infantry 139th Illinois Infantry
140th Illinois Infantry 144th Illinois Infantry 146th Illinois Infantry 148th Illinois Infantry


17th Regiment

The SEVENTEENTH REGIMENT OF ILLINOIS INFANTRY VOLUNTEERS was mustered into the United States service at Peoria, Ill., on the 24th day of May 1861 for a term of 3 years. Served until May 24, 1864. The Regiment was ordered to Springfield, Ill., for muster-out and final discharge, when and where those of the original organization who did not re-enlist to entitle them to retain their regimental organization, the veterans and recruits whose term of service had not expired were consolidated with the Eighth Illinois Infantry Volunteers, and were finally mustered out with that regiment and discharged in the spring of 1866. (Abstracted From the Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Illinois: 1900-1902)

September 2, 1875
Taken From the Henry Republican

ROSTER OF MASHALL & PUTNAM CO. AND VICINITY MEN

Company A

Kelly, Wells C., Lawn Ridge, recruit 1861, died Feb. 28, 1862
Nichols, Wm H., Lawn Ridge, recruit 1861, wounded, died Feb. 16, 1862

Company B
Enlistment 1861

Officers and Enlisted Rank
Collier, John A., Lacon, 1st lieut., term expired.
Jones, Albert W., Chillicothe, 2d and 1st lieut., resigned Sept. 23, 1862
McFarland, Thomas, Lacon, 2d lieut, term expired.
Fisk, Addison J., Lacon, 1st sergeant, killed at Shiloh April 6, 1862.
"upon the memorable field of Pittsburg Landing took part in the momentous battles of the 6th and 7th of April....In the two days the Seventeenth lost some 130 killed and wounded."
Pendleton, John, Henry, sergeant, killed at Fort Donelson, Feb. 15, 1862
Allen, Joshua, Lacon, sergeant, killed at Fort Donelson, Feb. 15, 1862
"Returned to Cape Girardeau, doing provost duty until early in February 1862, when ordered to Fort Henry. Participated in the sanguinary battle, followed by the surrender of Fort Donelson, losing a number of men"
Scott, Tyler F., Henry, corporal
Sherburne, Henry, Lacon, corporal, discharged June, 1862
Colyer, John A., Lacon, corporal.
Gates, John A., Lacon, corporal, wounded, discharged Aug. 18, 1862
Painter, James H., Lacon, discharged as sergeant April 18, 1862
Vose, C. J., Henery, corporal, died July 2, 1861
McNiel, Finley, Henry, musician, wounded, died May 20, 1862
Christy, Henry C., Lacon, wagoner

Buchanan, Joseph, Lacon, discharged
Bower, John, Lacon
Barcous, Hiram C., Lacon
Babb, Erastus, Lacon, killed At Shiloh, April 6, 1862
"upon the memorable field of Pittsburg Landing took part in the momentous battles of the 6th and 7th of April....In the two days the Seventeenth lost some 130 killed and wounded."
Castille, Wm, Lacon
Camp, Andrew, Henry, discharged June 21, 1862
Hinsey, Wm, Henry
Homer, Thomas, discharged
Kinney, David, Lacon, discharged
Mincer, Henry, Lacon
Makeel, Geo A., Lacon, mustered out
Mosher, John B., Lacon, discharged
Richards, David P., Lacon, veteran, trans E., 8th Ill.
Reynolds, Charles, Lacon
Randall, Morris, Lacon, died, Feb. 3, 1862
Smith, Adolph, Lacon, veteran, trans K, 8th Ill.
Scott, John, Lacon, discharged
Taff, Abraham, Lacon
Willis, Nathan, Lacon
Weston, H. S., Henry, wounded, died March 2, 1862
Weston, Josiah T., Henry

Recruits 1861

Fish, Thomas M., sergeant, discharged Sept 9, 1861
Kline, Martin S., this county, mustered out.
Kisor, Wm W., Whitefield, discharged.
Morgan, John, Henry, trans K, 8th Ill.
Martin, Phillip, Lacon
Denton, Isaac, Lacon, trans E, 8th Ill.

Company F

Weed, James C., this county, recruit, trans I, 8th Ill.

Company I

Harrington, Frank, Henry, trans D, 8th Ill.


18th Regiment Re-Organized

This Regiment originally rendezvoused at Anna, Union county, Ill., May 16, 1861, for the Ninth Congressional District, under the "Ten Regiment Bill". May 19 was mustered into the State  Service for thirty days, by Ulysses S. Grant, then State Mustering Officer, and was on the 28th of the same month, by Captain Pitcher, U.S.A, mustered into the service of the United States for three years-Michael K. Lawler, Colonel; Thomas H. Burgess, Lieutenant Colonel, and Samuel Eaton, Major....August 31, 1864, the Regiment was mustered and found to be so much reduced by sickness that less than 200 remained for duty. Some 1,500 men sick were left at Duvall's Bluff, and about 700 more had to be provided for at Brownsville. The Regiment remained in Arkansas, being stationed principally at Pine Bluff, Duvall's Bluff and Little Rock, and participated in numerous campaigns and expeditions. Soon after May 28, 1864, when the term of service of those originally mustered in expired, they were mustered out and proceeded to Springfield, Illinois, for pay and discharge. All reenlisted men and recruits who had joined the Regiment since the date of its original muster-in, in compliance with special orders No. 112, of Commander of the Department of Arkansas, dated May 24, 1864, formed into companies under supervision of Major Vincent, Commissary of Musters, an don the 14th of April 1865, the Regiment was composed of two companies of veterans (B and C)' one company of three years recruits (A), and seven companies of one year's recruits assigned to the Regiment in March 1865. (Abstracted From the Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Illinois: 1900-1902)

September 2, 1875
Taken From the Henry Republican

ROSTER OF MASHALL & PUTNAM CO. AND VICINITY MEN

Company E
Enlistment 1865

O’Hara, Lacon, mustered out.

Company F

Davis, Wm, Belle Plain, deserted March 26, 1865
Smith, Patrick, Lacon, deserted March 26, 1865

Company K

Enlisted Rank
McKenzie, Aaron S., Wheatland, corporal, mustered out as sergeant.
Gregg, Francis A., Whitefield, coporal, mustered out.
Lamb, Wm H., Saratoga, corporal, mustered out.
Steele, Nelson, Henry, musician, died at Little Rock, Ark., July 6, 1865

Allen, Isaac, Saratoga, disability, discharged.
Ackely, Ephraim, Whitefield, mustered out.
Biggerstaff, Wesley, Bennington, mustered out.
Brill, Alex T., Henry, disability, discharged.
Brown, Oscar, Henry, mustered out.
Bellah, Reuben L., Saratoga, sick when mustered out.
Bishop, Mark E. B, Saratoga, corporal, mustered out.
Barker, John, Saratoga, mustered out.
Barker, James T., Whitefield, mustered out.
Bailey, Silas A., Whitefield, died at Little Rock, Ark, May 10, 1865
Bingman, Fenton B., Whitefield, mustered out.
Ballard, David, Whitefield, mustered out.
Campbell, James M., Henry, mustered out.
Causey, George, Henry, mustered out
Causey, Afox, Saratoga, mustered out
Cole, John W., Whitefield, deserted Sept 15, 1865
Cross, Drewry, Whitefield, mustered out.
Childers, Thomas, Saratoga, sick when mustered out.
Duvall, Lewis, Whitefiled, died at Little Rock, Ark, May 22, 1865
Frymire, Thomas J., Henry, died at Pine Bluff, Ark, Nov 5, 1865
Fields, Thomas, Henry, mustered out.
Forrest, Jas L., Whitefield, deserted Sept 17, 1865
Golden, Jas, Bennington, deserted Sept 18, 1865
Gerzbacher, Clemens, Saratoga, mustered out.
Garrett, Peter, Saratoga, mustered out
Hawthorne, Jas E., Bennington, mustered out
Hays, Arthur M., Bennington, mustered out
Harkrider, John, Bennington, mustered out
Kirby, John P., Henry, corporal, mustered out
Lasater, John C., Henry, mustered out
Little, James M, Bennington, mustered out
Little, Nathaniel, Saratoga, mustered out
Lechner, Wm C., Bennington, mustered out
Land, John A, Bennington, died at Little Rock, Ark., July 19, 1865
Upton, John C., Henry, sick at muster out.
Varney, Henry A., Henry, mustered out.
Woodrow, C.C., Henry, mustered out
White, Wm T., Henry, mustered out
Wilson, Hugh G., Henry, mustered out
York, Wm A., Henry, died at Little Rock, Sept 25, 1865.


20th Regiment

May 14, 1861, organized and went into camp at Joliet, Illinois. ......... November 6, 1863, to February 4, 1864, in camp at Big Black River, during which time a majority of those composing the Regiment re-enlisted of three years longer. ....... March 2-22, 1864, those who had re-enlisted were en route by river and rail to Springfield, Ill., to take veteran furlough. ....... July 21-22, 1864, engaged in battles in front of Atlanta, Ga., being in First Brigade, Third Division, Seventeenth Army Corps, on extreme left flank of the army. Many of the Regiment were surrounded and captured in the battle of July 22, 1864. ..... July 16, 1865, mustered out of the service at Louisville, Ky. Moved in a body from Louisville, Ky., by rail to Chicago, Ill. July 24, 1865, received final pay at Chicago, Ill., and disbanded. (Abstracted From the Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Illinois: 1900-1902)

September 2, 1875
Taken From the Henry Republican

ROSTER OF MASHALL & PUTNAM CO. AND VICINITY MEN

Harford, Benoni F., Magnolia, musician, mustered out.
Wardlow, John W., Granville, member regimental band.
Smith, Edward, Gravnille, member Reg. band.
Bartlett, Chester D., Hennepin, musician, discharged Dec. 1861

Company B

Rogers, Wm, La Prairie, served one year as recruit.

Company H

Officers and Enlisted Rank
Fisbie, Orton, Granville, captain, dismissed for neglect of duty, Nov. 16, 1862
McEowen, John, Granville, 1st sergeant, 2d lieut and captian, mustered out.
Whiting, Frank, Granville, 1st lieut, resigned Oct. 21, 1861
Ware, Wm, Granville, 1st and 2d liut, promoted in signal corps.
Forbes, Samuel, Granville, sergeant, wounded, discharged July 23, 1862
Margrave, Thomas E., Granville, corporal, discharged June 13, 1864
Powell, John W., Hennepin, promoted sergeant major
Cassell, Ephraim, Florid, re-enlisted sergeant and mustered out.
Harford, Benoni F., Magnolia, musician.


Albright, James P., disability, discharged.
Agardt, August, Hennepin, re-enlisted and musterd out.
Ashley, Norris, Jr., Magnolia, re-enlisted and died Dec. 25, 1865
Cassell, Henry, Florid, discharged, 1864.
Cassell, Calvin, Florid, disability, discharged.
Clark, Lucius K., Magnolia, died March 17, 1862
Cunningham, Geo M., Magnolia, disability, discharged 1862.
Cunningham, John, wounded, discharged.
Darrah, Robert, Granville, wounded, died May 14, 1863
Davis, Robert, Florid, discharged.
Gowdey, Russell, re-enlisted, killed in action, July 21, 1864
“July 21-22, 1864, engaged in battles in front of Atlanta, Ga., being in First Brigade, Third Division, Seventeenth Army Corps, on extreme left flank of the army. Many of the Regiment were surrounded and captured in the battle of July 22, 1864.”
Getold, Joseph, Hennepin, discharged.
Henderson, Isaac, Florid, wounded, discharged 1862.
Henderson, Uriah, Florid, disability, discharged.
Olson, Lars, Granville, wagoner, disability, discharged.
Jetter, George S., Hennepin, killed at Raymond, Miss, May 12, 1863
“May 12, 1863, in battle of Raymond, Miss., and camped in Raymond.May 13, 1863, marched towards Jackson, Miss.”
Jahle, George, Granville, discharged.
Lane, Chas H., Granville, discharged, disability.
Lightheart, Calvin, Magnolia, mustered out.
McKeown, Benj., Granville, disability, discharged.
McKeon, John, Granville, wounded, died Feb. 20, 1862
Mayo, Joseph R., Mt Palatine, discharged.
Nixon, Frank, Hennepin, discharged.
Nixon, Wm, Granville, wounded, died Aug. 19, 1864
Norris, John H., Granville, Tans V. R C April 21, 1865
Olson, Neals, re-enlisted, killed in action, July 22, 1864.
“July 21-22, 1864, engaged in battles in front of Atlanta, Ga., being in First Brigade, Third Division, Seventeenth Army Corps, on extreme left flank of the army. Many of the Regiment were surrounded and captured in the battle of July 22, 1864.”
Roberts, John C., Granville, wounded, died May 12, 1864
Rolstien, James, Hennepin, deserted April 5, 1862
Smith, Larry H., Granville, disability, discharged.
Smith, Louis, Hennepin, deserted April 5, 1862
Scheffer, Konrad, Granville, re-enlisted, disability, discharged.
Simonton, Henry, Magnolia, died at Mound City, Oct. 30, 1861
Watson, John, Granville, mustered out as veteran
Whittaker, Albert R., Granville, died at Mound City, Oct. 25, 1861
Ziller, Christian, Granville, disability, discharged.

Recruits

Beach, Charles, Granville, discharged.
Bently, Wesley H., Hennepin, corporal, mustered out
Beck, Andrew P, Granville, mustered out
Beach, James H., Mt Palatine, mustered out
Denny, Thomas W., Granville, died at Memphis, May 5, 1863
Gowdey, John B, Hennepin, corporal, mustered out
Gallaher, Theron E., Mt. Palatine, mustered out
Henderson, Uriah, Jr., re-enlisted and mustered out
Henderson, John F., Granville, mustered out.
Lucas, Wm H., Hennepin, mustered out
Mosher, Chas, Granville, disability, discharged
Noble, Wesley, Hennepin, wounded, discharged Oct 24, 1862
Niell, Archibald, Mt Palatine, sergeant, mustered out.
Orson, Lars, Granville, wounded, died May 24, 1863
Phillips, John F., Hennepin, deserted Aug 6, 1861
Roberts, Richard, Granville, mustered out
Smith, Rufus D., Granville, discharged
Smith, Major, Hennepin, trans S.C.
Stevens, Daniel H. L., Granville, mustered out.
Wright, Calvin, Granville, mustered out
Whiting, John A., Granville, discharged
Wibe, Mark, Granville, died Jan. 6, 1864
Wadenpohle, Henry, Granville, trans V R C, and mustered out
Ware, Joseph R, Granville, died at Jackson, Tenn., Oct 20, 1862
Wood, Franklin, Granville, deserted June 30, 1861

Unassigned Recruits

Colton, George, Lacon
Donnell, James A, Saratoga
Evans, Jeremiah, Saratoga
Hines, Edward, Lacon
McGuire, Peter, Saratoga, deserted Feb. 7, 1865
Miller, John, Lacon


47th Regiment

Resume of Campaign

Mustered into the service at Peoria, August 16, 1861. Sept. 23d, reached Benton Barrracks at St. Louis by rail, where it was uniformed and armed; Oct. 9 moved by rail to Jefferson City, Mo.; doing garrison duty until Dec. 22, when it moved by rail to Otterville, Mo., for same duty. Moved for Cairo, Feb. 2, 1852; joined Pipe’s command Feb. 25, for a campaign against Island No. 10 and New Madrid: March 10 marched 10 miles below to Point Pleasant, cutting off enemy’s communication by river below. Here the regiment was brigaged with the 11th Mo., 26th Ill., and 8th Wis., commanded by Brig. Gen. Jos. B. Plummer; the enemy evacuating New Madrid, moved into town from the swamps April 7.

On steamer Aleck Scott sailed down to Fort Pillow, returning, disembarked at Tiptonvill, Tenn; then re-embarked for Tennessee river, encamping at Hamburg Landing, and near Corinth, constructing corduroy roads through swamps a part of the way. May 9 had an engagement at Farmington, Miss., losing Lieut. Col. D. L. Miles; May 28, had another at Corinth; the enemy evacuating, this brigade gave pursuit, encamping at Booneville; on July 3d reached Pienzi, Miss., where Col. John Bryner took leave, resigning on account of poor health; was in the battle of Iuka, Gen. Rosencranz defeating rebel Gen. Price, Major J. N. Cromwell being taken prisoner. Oct. 3d took part in engagement at Corinth, Col. W. A. Thrush and Capt. David DeWolf of Co K being killed, and Capt. Harmon Andrews severely wounded and taken prisoner, 30 being killed and over 100 wounded.

Nov. 2, joined Gen. Grant at Grand Junction for campaign in central Mississippi; was at Oxford; returned to Corinth Jan. 26; marched to Memphis, thence by boat to Jackson, Miss., and assisted in its capture; Col. Cromwell was here killed by an ambuscade of rebel cavalry; was in a charge on Vicksburg, losing many men; defeated a rebel force at Mechanicsville, Miss., June 4th; was present at the capture of Fort DeRussey; was in the battle of Pleasant Hill, La. April 9, 1864, returning to Vicksburg, after three months tedious campaigning. June 5 defeated Gen. Marmaduke, who was routed, the 47th losing 11 men killed and a number wounded. Regiment’s term of service having expired, was discharged at Springfield, Ill., Oct. 11, 1864.

The veterans and recruits numbering 196 men, under Lieuts, Edward Bonham and Royal Olmsted accompanied Gen. Mower up Red river to Brownsville, Ark., and after Gen Price who was raiding in Missouri; thence ordered to Chicago to quell any riot on election day; reported after at Springfield, receiving 200 drafted man, and a battalion of four companies; Lieut. Bonham being promoted to major, and R. Olmsted Capt. of Co. A, went to Kentucky, and thence to Tennessee, rejoining its old brigade at Eastport, Miss., 2d brigade, 1st division, 16th army corps, accompanying it to New Orleans thence to Mobile bay, taking part in the reduction of Spanish Fort. While here six additional companies from Springfield, Ill., made its organization again complete; was stationed at Montgomery, and finally mustered out at Selma, Ala., Jan. 21, 1866 and received final pay and discharge at Springfield.  (Henry News Republican, July 8, 1875)

July 8, 1875 and July 22, 1875
Taken From the Henry Republican

ROSTER OF MASHALL & PUTNAM CO. AND VICINITY MEN

Company A

Blood, Charles S, La Prairie, enlisted Aug 16, 1861, sergeant, promoted to 2d lieut. Term expired 1864.
Smith, George P, La Prairie, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; corporal; disabled and discharged Sept, 3, 1863.
Jenkinson, John, La Prairie, enlisted Aug. 16, 1861, disabled and discharged July 2, 1862
Murwin, Daniel P, La Prairie, enlisted Aug. 16, mustered out, Oct. 11, 1864

Company D
Dated of enlistment, August 1861

Officers
Townsend, J. C, Captain, Whitefiled, resigned Dec. 6, 1862
Townsend, Geo F, Whitefield, promoted to 1st lieutenant and captain.
Capp, Theophilus F, Henry, 2d lieutenant, promoted to 1st lieut.
Fountain, Orlando, Whitefield, 1st lieutenant; resigned April 12, 1862
Olmsted, Royal, Wheatland, sergeant, promoted to 2d lieut April 12, 1862
Worrell, James P., Henry, 1st sergeant; promoted to 2d lieut April 12, 1862.

Enlisted Rank
Law, William T., Henry, promoted commissary sergeant.
Locke, G. Monroe, Henry, promoted sergeant major.
Melick, Jacob, Wheatland, mustered out Oct. 11, 1864 as sergeant.
Peters, George, Henry, re-enlisted as veteran, sergeant, killed at Lake Chicot, June 6, 1864
Vail, Joseph R, Whitefield, corporal, promoted to sergeant major and adjutant; honorably discharged April 11, 1864
Ward, Hiram P., Henry, sergeant, mustered out Oct. 11, 1864
Worley, John M., Henry, corporal, mustered out as sergeant, Oct. 11, 1864
Bumgardner, John, Saratoga; corporal, mustered out Oct 11, 1864, as private.
Divilbiss, Caleb, Saratoga, corporal, killed at Corinth, Oct. 3, 1862
Divilbiss, Daniel, Saratoga, corporal, term expired Aug. 22, 1864
Hamilton, Amos W., Henry, corporal, wounded, discharged Jan. 28, 1863
Pardunn, Wm., Milo, mustered out Oct. 11, 1864 as corporal.
Patterson, William, Saratoga, corporal, died Jefferson City, Mo., Feb. 2, 1862
Pool, Henry F., Henry, corporal, taken prisoner.
Pluss, James C., Hennepin, enlisted as veteran, corporal
Harney, Thomas, Henry, wagoner, mustered out Oct. 11, 1864
Fulford, Charles, Henry, musician, discharged Jan. 29, 1862
Keeley, Daniel, Wheatland, musician, disability, discharged Jan. 23, 1863
Vogelsand, Henry, Henry, Musician, discharged Jan. 20, 1862

Bently, Festus, Milo, mustered out Oct. 11, 1864
Bragg, James W., Saratoga, died at Evansville, Ind., Oct. 29, 1862
Burt, William, Saratoga, wounded, discharged Sept. 22, 1863
Childs, Nathaniel, Saratoga, died at home, Feb. 10, 1864
Clark, Henry P., Henry, term expired.
Clayton, John, mustered out Oct. 11, 1864
Coddington, David, Saratoga, mustered out Oct. 11, 1864
Conley, Albert G., Bradford, disabled and discharged.
Conley, John, Henry, killed at Corinth Oct. 3, 1862
Crow, William, Saratoga, mustered out.
Daly, Thomas, disabled and discharged, May 27, 1862
Driver, Wilson A., Milo, mustered out Oct 11, 1864
Ford, Newell, Milo, killed at Corinth, Oct. 3, 1863
Fox, Amos, Whitefield, mustered out Oct 11, 1864
Fairbanks, Anthony, re-enlisted as veteran.
Fairbanks, Thomas, Milo, mustered out Oct. 11, 1864
Goodwin, Joseph and Edward, Henry, re-enlisted as veterans.
Green, Robert, Henry, mustered out Sept 2, 1864
Gregory, Ransom E., Henry, transferred to U. S. sig corps, March 28, 1864
Harvey, Charles D., died at Bear creek, Miss, Aug. 9, 1863
Hatfield, George, Milo, mustered out Oct. 11, 1864
Hazeleton, William, Snachwine, re-enlisted as veteran.
Heaward, Wm G., Henry, disability, discharged Feb. 26, 1862
Hill, Henry, Milo, disabled and discharged Oct. 17, 1862
Houtz, John W., Henry, wounded, discharged July 17, 1863
Hodges, Hiram N., Milo, died at Clear Creek, Miss., July 7, 1863
Kent, Perry, Saratoga, died at Jefferson City, Mo., Nov 16, 1861
Kellogg, Charles H., Henry, wounded, discharged march 5, 1864
Kiger, Wm R., Bradford, disability, discharged April 3, 1862
Lockwood, Edwin R., Henry, re-enlisted as veteran.
Murray, Thomas, Henry, mustered out Oct. 11, 1864
Mateer, Alfred, Henry, re-enlisted as veteran.
Manning, Joshua S., Saratoga, deserted Dec. 1, 1863
Martin, Charles K., Milo, re-enlisted as veteran, and died at Alexandria, La., March 21, 1864
Martin, Robert S., Bradford, mustered out Oct. 11, 1864
Moles, Samuel T., Henry, disability, discharged June 9, 1864
McMakin, Henry, henry, sick and discharged at Corinth.
McKinnon, James, Saratoga, mustered out Oct. 11, 1864
Powers, Patrick W., Henry, re-enlisted as veteran.
Pluss, John B., Hennepin, re-enlisted as veteran.
Phillips, Wm., Henry, died at St. Louis, Oct 21, 1861
Runnells, Simeon F., mustered out Sept 8, 1864
Richardt, James, Fuller’s Mills, deserted Sept 11, 1861
Shaft, Sanford, Saratoga, disability, discharged April 24, 1862
Sturdevant, Alva W, Osceola, disability, discharged Feb. 23, 1862
Spellman, Allen H., Bradford, died at Young’s Point, La., July 9, 1863
Shannon, Wilson, Henry, died of wounds Oct. 5, 1862
Simpson, John, Henry, re-enlisted as veteran
Stewart, Wm W., Saratoga, disability, discharged Jan. 8, 1864
Taylor, George N., Henry, re-enlisted as veteran.
Trimmer, Gerge, Wheatland, died of wounds Oct. 26, 1861
Vandusen, Abram, Bradford, died at St. Louis, Oct. 25, 1861

Walker, Henry P., Snachwine, re-enlisted as veteran.
West, Roswell M., Henry, died Feb. 25, 1862
White, John, disability, discharged Feb. 26, 1862.
Worley, Joshua C., Henry, re-enlisted as veteran.

Recruits

Burnett, Daivid W., Henry, disability, discharged Feb. 25, 1862
Engleman, Frederick, Lacon, consolidated with company A.
Finley, Andrew, Henry, mustered out Oct. 11, 1862
Kuhn, John, Whitefield, disability, discharged July 12, 1862
Moore, Stephen M., Henry, consolidated with company A.
Ray, Goerge, Saratoga, sick at Corinth.
Twitchell, Henry, consolidated with company A.
Worrell, George W., Wheatland, wounded at Helena, March 15, 1863
White, John, Hney, consolidated with company A.

Company F

Officers
Moulton, Joseph H., Lacon, 2d and 1st lieutenant, resigned Oct. 22, 1862

Enlisted Rank
Bogan, Patrick, Lacon, wagoner, mustered out, Oct. 11, 1864
Lam, Owen, Lacon, corporal, mustered out Oct. 11, 1864
McClellan, Dewitt C., Lacon, corporal, mustered out, Oct. 11,1864
Coats, Henry, Lacon, disability, discharged Oct. 28, 1862
McKenzie, John, Lacon, transferred to invalid corps Dec. 16, 1863
Priestly, George, Lacon, transferred to invalid coprs, Dec. 16, 1863
Sebring, James M., Lacon, died at Paducah, Ky., Dec. 27, 1863
Coates, Joseph, Lacon, mustered out Oct. 11, 1864
Fowler, Job, Lacon, mustered out Oct. 11, 1864
Genoways, Gilbert L., Lacon, killed at Corinth, Oct. 3, 1862
Hampton, George S., Chillicothe, re-enlisted as veteran.
Klinger, Henry P., Lacon, disability, discharged June 19, 1863
Latourrette, John L., Lacon, mustered out Oct. 11, 1864
McEntee, Patrick, Lacon, disability, discharged Sept 12, 1862
Merrick, Alonzo W., Chillicothe, disability, discahrged July 10, 1862
Mosher, Henry, Lacon, disability, discharged Dec. 17, 1861

Company G

Officers
Andrews, Harmon, Sparland, captain, resigned July 13, 1863
Amentrout, Wm., Sparland, 1st lieutenant, resigned Dec. 30, 1861
Henderson, Thomas R., Henry, sergeant, promoted 1st lieutenant.
Bradley, Able, Sparland, sergeant, promoted 2d lieutenant

Enlisted Rank
Bonham, Edward, Sparland, 1st sergeant and 2d lieutenant.
Boomer, John, Sparland, sergeant, re-enlisted as veteran, and died of wounds, May 21, 1864
Hosselton, Samuel, Sparland, sergeant, mustered out Oct. 11, 1864
Kirk, James M., promoted quartermaster sergeant.
McGarrah, Harvy R., Sparland, corporal, re-enlisted as veteran and made sergeant.
Scott, Walter, corporal, re-enlisted as veteran, and promoted to sergeant.
Bell, John F., Henry, corporal, re-enlisted as veteran.
Bell, Robert H., Henry, re-enlisted as veteran, and made corporal
Campbell, Horatio, Sparland, corporal, disability, discharged April 13, 1862
Hurlburt, Willis, Sparland, corporal, mustered out Oct. 11, 1864
Martin, Robert Simmes, Sparland, corporal, re-enlisted as veteran.
Riddle, Sparland, corporal, died at Otterville, Mo., Jan. 18, 1862
Hosselton, Jacob, Sparland, musician, mustered out Oct. 11, 1864
Johnson, Levi, Sparland, musicians, mustered out Oct. 11, 1864

Drake, Ethan A., Sparland, disability, discharged Nov 3, 1862
Alfolder, Samuel, Chillicothe, mustered out Oct. 11, 1864
Applen, Joab, Henry, taken prisoner of war, Aug. 17, 1863
Ames, Elisha, Lacon, disability, discharged Jan. 1863.
Buffington, Lambert, Sparland, mustered out Oct. 11, 1864
Blankership, Ezekiel, Henry, re-enlisted as veteran.
Bohnen, John, Lacon, mustered out Oct. 11, 1863
Bonham, Warford, Sparland, died at Black river, Miss., Oct 19, 1863
Couner, Thomas, this county, deserted Sept. 22, 1861
Canterbury, Wm, LaPrairie, disability, discharged June 10, 1863
Carson, Lewis, Lacon, re-enlisted as veteran.
Davidson, Francis E., Sparland, mustered out Oct. 11, 1864
DeGoe, George H., Henry, disability, discharged Dec. 27, 1862
Divilbiss, Henry, Henry, corporal, mustered out Oct. 11, 1864
Faris, James C., Henry, re-enlisted as veteran.
Faris, Edward P., mustered out Oct. 11, 1864
Fuller, Joseph, Henry, disabled.
Gillett, Waldron, Sparland, died at Duckport, La., May 31, 1863
Gubbins, Wm., Sparland, mustered out Oct. 11, 1864
Hogan, Wm., this county, deserted March 11, 1863
Huff, Robert E., Sparland, mustered out Oct. 11, 1864
Jenkins, Edward, LaPrairie, mustered out Aug. 22, 1864
Kleffman, Samuel, re-enlisted as veteran.
Lamphier, Alphonzo, Sparland, re-enlisted as veteran, and died of wounds, Aug. 3, 1864
McCann, James, Henry, re-enlisted as veteran.
Mead, John F., Sparland, mustered out Aug. 17, 1864
Mead, Wm. N., Sparland, died Aug. 1863
Miller, Robert F., Chillicothe, deserted Dec. 1861
Newman, James R., Saratoga, mustered out Oct. 11, 1864
Ochs, Lorenzo, Lacon, mustered out Oct. 11, 1864
Putnam, Judson, Chillicothe, discharged by court martial.
Russell, Benjamin, Sparland, mustered out Oct. 11, 1864
Ryon, John, Henry, mustered out Oct. 11, 1864
Scott, John, this county, re-enlisted.
Spar, James B., Sparland, disability, discharged Dec. 25, 1861
Spar, George W., Sparland, mustered out Oct. 11, 1864
Thompson, Joseph C., Sparland, died at St. Louis, Oct. 12, 1861
Thompson, Norton, Sparland, disability, discharged Sept 22, 1862
Tyler, Asa, Henry, mustered out Oct. 11, 1864
Walls, Peter, Henry, re-enlisted.
Webser, George, Sparland, disability, discharged 1863
Walden, George W., Henry, mustered out Oct. 11, 1864
Wier, Henry, Sparland, re-enlisted.
Wier, Jacob, Sparland, re-enlisted
Wier, Michael, Sparland, re-enlisted.
Wilmot, Asahel, LaPrairie, disability, discharged Oct. 7, 1862
Williams, Thomas, Henry, mustered out Oct 11, 1864

Recruits

Bales, James W., Henry, enlisted Dec 10; joined company B as consolidated.
Buffington, Hamilton J., Steuben, enlisted Dec. 5, 1863, joined company B as consolidated.
Bullard, John R., Henry, enlisted March 24, 1864, joined company B as consolidated.
Drake, Frederick , Sparland, enlisted Oct. 5, 1861, musted out Oct. 11, 1864
Faris, Robert P., Henry, enlisted Aug. 1, 1874, jointed company B as consolidated.
Grove, Henry A., Lawn Ridge, enlisted Aug. 1, 1864, joined company B as consolidated.
Keefer, John H., this county, enlisted Dec. 10, 1861, died at Memphis, April 9, 1864
Harrison, Scott, Henry, enlisted Sept 12, 1861, disability, discharged 1862.

Company H
Date of enlistment 1861

Officers
Gordon, Thompson, Wheatland, captain, died Oct. 27, 1863
Gray, Thomas, Saratoga, sergeant, 2d and 1st lieutenant.

Enlisted Rank
Hase, John H., Lone Tree, corporal, mustered out as sergeant Oct. 11, 1864
McIntire, Wm., Lone Tree, corporal, mustered out as sergeant, Oct 11, 1864
Rathburn, Frank, Steuben, corporal, mustered out a sergeant Oct 11, 1864
Simmons, Albert H., Snachwine, corporal, killed at Lake Village, Ark., June 6, 1864

Anderson, Reuben E., Wheatland, disability, discharged Oct. 13, 1862
Blackburn, James, Snachwine, disability, discharged Jan. 21, 1863
Bennett, Robert, Milo, died at Black River, Miss., Sept 28, 1863
Cunningham, Thomas, Arispe, mustered out Oct. 11, 1864
Cheney, George A., Milo, sick at Corinth.
Drake, Caleb, Snachwine, mustered out as corporal Oct. 11, 1864
Derby, Walter, Arispe, mustered out Oct. 11, 1864
Evy, Reuben, Arispe, disability, discharged March 17, 1862
Ferree, Peter, Whitefield, died at Jackson, Miss., July 18, 1863
Hess, Abram, Arispe, mustered out Oct. 11, 1864
Leffler, Wm. A, Steuben, mustered out Oct. 11, 1864
Louis Painter, LaPrairie, mustered out Oct. 11, 1864
Partlow, Warren A., Milo, mustered out Oct. 11, 1864
Rhinehart, Simeon, Arispe, mustered out Oct. 11, 1864
Sylvester, Andrew J., Milo, died in Bureau county, Aug. 20, 1863
Thompson, Alex, Arispe, disability, discharged Dec. 31, 1862
Underwood, Mason, Arispe, transferred to invalid corps Dec. 17, 1863
Wilmot, Asahel C., LaPrairie, transferred to Co G.

Recruits

Gray, Absalom, Saratoga, transferred to Co D.
Hoselton, Marshall D., Snachwine, disability, discharged Aug 1, 1863
McCloud, Norman, Snachwine, transferred to Co D.

Company I

Hart, David F., sergeant, re-enlistd, discharged, March 25, 1864
Howard, Samuel T., Lacon, mustered out Oct. 11, 1864.
McGowon, David F., Bennington, mustered out as 1st sergeant, Oct. 11, 1866
Wilson, Daniel R., Lacon, corporal, mustered out as private Oct. 11, 1866

Company K

Finley, Andrew, Snachwine, transferred to Co D
Hutchinson, Franklin, deserted May 19, 1863
Kuhn, John, Putnam county, transferred to Co. D
Marshall, James T., died at Jefferson City, Mo., Oct. 27, 1861
Ray, George, Henry, transferred to Co. D.
Worrell, George W., Snachwine, tranferred to Co. D

47th As Re-Organized
Date of Enlistment 1864

Officers
Bonham, Edward, Sparland, lieutenant colonel, promoted from major
Olmsted, Royal, Saratoga, captain Co A, promoted to major, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866

Company A

Officers and Enlisted Rank
Kirk, James M., 1st sergeant, promoted to quartermaster sergeant.
Goodwin, Joseph, corporal, promoted to 2d lieut.
Matteer, Alfred, Henry, corporal, discharged for disability.
Pluss, James C., Hennepin, 1st lieut and captain, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Twitchell, George W., Henry, mustered out as corporal, Jan. 21, 1866
Worley, Henry, mustered out as sergeant, Jan 21, 1866

Andrews, William, Steuben, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Buck, George L., Henry, drafted Sept 20, 1864, discharged Sept. 27, 1865
Clark, DeWitt, Lacon, recruit, in service one year
Leavitt, John F., substitute, one year’s service.
Lockwood, Edwin R., Henry, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Mann, Edward H., Lawn Ridge, drafted, served less than one yar.
McDonald, John B., Henry, substitute, served one year.
Neal, Frank, Lacon, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Snyder, James, Henry, drafted, served about one year.
Spurbeck, Andrew, Milo, sick at memphis.
Smith, James F., Henry, drafted, served about one yar.
Wilkinson, Joseph, drafted, in service about one year.
Watson, Edward, Henry, drafted, in service about one year.

Company B

Scott, Walter, Henry, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Bell, James F., Henry, corporal, promoted to commissary sergeant.
Bell, Robert H., Henry, mustered out as sergeant, Jan. 21, 1866
Blankenship, Ezekial, deserted oct. 28, 1864, and supposed died.
Buffington, H. J., mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Bales, James W., died at Selma, Ala., Aug. 15, 1865
Faris, Robert P., mustered out July 1865
Faris, James C.., mustered out as corporal July 1865.

Company C

Maples, Jesse, Whitefield, recruit, in service one year.

Company D

Bowers, Reuben, Whitefield, recruit, in service one year
Wauser, William, Lacon, recruit, served one year.

Company E

Enlisted Rank
Durkin, James, Hennepin, 1st sergeant, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Flaherty, John, Hopewell, corporal, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Power, Daniel, Hopewell, corporal, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Lynch, James, lacn, musician, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866

Aylward, Michael, Bennington, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Browne, George, Saratoga, deserted March 17, 1865
Brand, Patrick, Saratoga, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Daley, John, Hopewell, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Kelly, Richard, Snachwine, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Larkens, John M., deserted March 17, 1865
Laughlin, James, Snachwine, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Martin, Roley F., Bell Plain, Mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
McLaughlin, John, Hopewell, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Rairden, John, Saratoga, deserted March 17, 1865
Scanlon, John, Hopewell, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Tunte, Thomas, Saratoga, deserted March 17, 1865
Tice, Thomas, Saratoga, deserted March 17, 1865
Weldon, James, Saratoga, deserted March 17, 1865
White, James, Saratoga, deserted March 17, 1865

Company F

Livingston, John B., Caledonia, mustered out Oct. 2, 1865
McCarty, John, Caledonia, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Peck, Augustus S., Caledonia, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Watts, Wm., Caledonia, mustered out Aug. 1865
Webster, Aziah L., Caledonia, mustered out Oct. 2, 1865

Company I

Officers
Durley, Jefferson, Hennepin, captain, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Herder, John N., Henry, 1st lieutenant, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Cunningham, George M., Hennepin, 2d lieutenant, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866

Enlisted Rank
Bennett, Alex, Marshall county, 1st sergeant, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Gilkerson, Wm P., Saratoga, sergeant, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Cassell, John H., Snachwine, sergeant, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Snethen, Ananias, Henry, sergeant, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866

Armstrong, James O, Hennepin, corporal, died at Camp Butler, March 21, 1865
Forney, Clement, Hennepin, corporal, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Hoagland, Abram W., Snachwine, corporal, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
McMahon, Joseph, Hennepin, corporal, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Smith, Frank, Henry, corporal, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Wright, John, Henry, Corporal, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Zenor, Charles A., Hennepin, Corporal, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
White, John, Hennepin, musician, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Moore, David R., Hnery, musician, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
McIntosh, John, Henry, wagoner, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866

Abbott, Edwin, Milo, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Acklin, Isaac R., Hennepin, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Bodemer, Christian, Hennepin, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Berry, Benjamin, Henry, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Chapman, Benjamin F., Whitefield, recruit, mustered out, Jan. 21, 1866
Dennis, Thomas, Saratoga, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Dagger, John, Hennepin, mustered out May, 23, 1865
Deyoe, James S., Saratoga, discharged Jan. 21, 1866
Dunbar, John, Saratoga, discharged Jan. 21, 1866
Durley, James, Hennepin, discharged Jan. 21, 1866
Farrrar, Joseph, Henry, discharged Jan. 21, 1866
Foster, John C., Hennepin, discharged Jan. 21, 1866
Foxcroft, James A., Henry, disability, discharged Sept. 22, 1865
Gray, Peter, Snachwine, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Hoar, Robert, Henry, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Hartz, George, Hennepin, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Heilman, David H., Hennepin, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Jones, Joel A., Henry, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Joyce, John, Henry, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Roose, James, Henry, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Locke, Silas H., Henry, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Lee, John E., Henry, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Lewis, Chalky, Hennepin, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Marity, John, Henry, mustered out Jan. 20, 1866
Murdock, Ezekial, Snachwine, mustered out Jan. 20, 1866
McKenney, John Q., Hennepin, mustered out Jan. 20, 1866
Michener, Seneca, Henry, mustered out Jan. 20, 1866
Nixon, Samuel, Snachwine, died at Demopolis, Ala., July 22, 1865
Nixon, James, Hennepin, Mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Payton, Patrick, Henry, Mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Pepper, Wm. A., Snachwine, Mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Peck, Charles W., Whitefield, Mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Pepper, Henry, Snachwine, Mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Raymond, Edward, Henry, Mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Ross, Orrin, Hennepin, died at Camp Butler, Ill., April 5, 1865
Renz, Dominique, Henry, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Smith, Thomas, Hennepin, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Shaff, Sanford, Whitefield, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Smith, Herbert, Hennepin, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Sterling, Charles, Milo, died at Selma, Ala., Oct. 2, 1865
Teeter, John H., Milo, died at Camp Butler, Ill., March 31, 1865

Thompson, James M., Whitefield, disability, discharged Oct. 10, 1865
Torrey, Nicholas, Saratoga, mustered out, Jan. 21, 1866
Vincent, Purnell, Milo, mustered out, Jan. 21, 1866
Veesey, Gilman, Henry, mustered out, Jan. 21, 1866
West, George H., Henry, mustered out, Jan. 21, 1866
Wanser, Coles, Henry, died at Selma, Ala., Aug. 7, 1865
Whitmore, Tobias, Henry, deserted Oct. 1, 1865
Webster, James E., Henry, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Wilson, Wm H., Snachwine, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Ward, Howard, Whitefield, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Walker, Nathan S., Henry mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Yager, Jacob, Hennepin, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Zimmerman, Adolph, Henry, died at Mobile, Ala., Oct. 9, 1865

Company K

Baker, Charles, Steuben, deserted March 25, 1865
Bender, Richard, Arispe, mustered out May 11, 1865
Burns, John, Arispe.
Cormally, John, Steuben, deserted March 25, 1865
Cowser, Joseph, Steuben, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Craig, John R., Evans.
Deselms, Wm., Steuben, died of wounds at Selma, Ala., Nov. 29, 1865
Devalon, Harlan P., Henry, mustered out May 29, 1865
Dooley, Jeremiah M., Bell Plain, mustered out Aug. 15, 1865
Driscol, Micheal, Evans.
Grimes, Thomas, Snachwine, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Halton, Mark, Bennington, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Higgins, John, Bell Plain
Irwin, Alexander, Stueben, mustered out, Jan. 21, 1866
Kelly, Frank, Whitefield, deserted March 25, 1865
Kelsey, Wm., Hennepin
Mertel, Peter, Evans
McCullough, George, Steuben,
McCue, Patrick, Evans
Murray, John, Arispe
Sellers, James, Evans
Sloans, George, Evans.
Shields, James, Steuben, deserted March 25, 1865
Smith, Wm., Snachwine, deserted Aug. 28, 1865
Smith, Michael, Bell Plain
Sonnamahiar, Henry, Steuben, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Teem, Frederick, Steuben, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Winger, Frederick, Steuben, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866
Winklirmyler, Gustavis, Henry, mustered out Jan. 21, 1866


65th Regiment.

September 30, 1875
Taken From the Henry News Republican

ROSTER OF MASHALL& PUTNAM CO. AND VICINITY MEN

Company F

Bettis, Edgar W., Henry, mustered out.
Miller, Henry, Herny, corporal, deserted jan. 8, 1863
Rupley, John, Henry, deserted at Camp Douglas, Chicago.
Whalen, Wm., Henry, deserted at Camp Douglas, Chicago.

REGIMENT AS CONSOLIDATED

Gaylord, Edwin, Magnolia, surgeon, mustered out.
Clarkson, Wm. H., Richland, mustered out.

 


67th Regiment
THREE MONTH MEN

Organized in response to rumors that the enemy was advancing on Washington DC. Organized at Camp Douglas, Chicago, June 13, 1862. Relieved the veteran forces at Camp Douglas, which were sent to the front. Remained at Camp Douglas during 3 month term of service doing guard duty (Abstracted From the Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Illinois: 1900-1902)

September 30, 1875
Taken From the Henry News Republican

ROSTER OF MASHALL& PUTNAM CO. AND VICINITY MEN

Harker, Oliver A., Florid, (Company D)
Crumbaugh, David H., Lawn Ridge, (Company G)


68th Regiment
THREE MONTH MEN

Organized in response to rumors that the enemy was advancing on Washington DC, in early summer of 1862 as a state militia to relieve veteran forces from guard duty so they could be used on the front. . Shortly after the Regiment was organized, a petition was circulated, signed by both officers and men, asking that the terms of enlistment be changed from the of State Militia to Illinois Volunteers, and that the Regiment be sent into the field. The petition was granted and the Regiment was mustered into the United States service. September 17, 1862, ordered to report to Camp Butler to be mustered out. Reaching that place on the 21st, the men were mustered out on the 26th and received their pay October 1.

Once passed in Grand Review before President Lincoln, being the only Illinois Regiment present and "when Company G, at the command of their Captain, gave a lusty "seven and a tiger" for the President, his kindly recognition of the boys from Illinois by waving his hat, and his evident pleasure, manifested by a smile which lit up his careworn countenance, saved the company from reproof by superior commanders".(Abstracted From the Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Illinois: 1900-1902)

September 30, 1875
Taken From the Henry News Republican

ROSTER OF MASHALL& PUTNAM CO. AND VICINITY MEN

Weston, Marvin F., Granville, corporal (Company G.)


69th Regiment
THREE MONTH MEN

Organized in response to rumors that the enemy was advancing on Washington DC. The Sixty-ninth Regiment was organized at Camp Douglas, Chicago, and was mustered into service June 14, 1862. It remained on duty at Camp Douglas, guarding the camp and rebel prisoners.  (Abstracted From the Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Illinois: 1900-1902)

September 30, 1875
Taken From the Henry News Republican

ROSTER OF MASHALL& PUTNAM CO. AND VICINITY MEN

Company D

Irwin, Robert, Magnolia, 2d lieut., mustered out
Cassell, Calvin B., Florid, 1st sergeant, mustered out.
Smith, George W., Magnolia, corporal, mustered out.
Moore, Washington, Magnolia, corporal

Bosley, Thomas W., Magnolia, mustered out
Cline, Lewis Smith, Florid, mustered out as corporal.
Curtis, John F., Floird, mustered out.
Cassell, Augustus P., Florid, mustered out.
Cassell, Wm. B., Florid, mustered out
Davis, Wm., Floird, mustered out
Ely, Abram, Magnolia, mustered out
Gordon, Thomas H., Mt. Palatine, mustered out
Gruer, Wm A., Hennepin, mustered out
Gowdy, James, Hennepin, mustered out
Gillelaud, Wm., Floird, mustered out
Lavallier, Thomas F., Hennepin, mustered out
Lucas, Wm., Hennepin, mustered out
McCabe, Philip, Magnolia, mustered out
McMahon, Joseph, Florid, mustered out
McCormick, Andrew, Magnolia, mustered out
Quaintance, Joel, Magnolia, mustered out
Ross, Orrin, Hennepin, mustered out
Shields, Wm., Wenona, mustered out
Taylor, LeRoy P., Wenona, mustered out
Turner, Charles, magnolia, mustered out
Walker, David, Magnolia, mustered out
Whittaker, Wm B., Hennpin, mustered out
Zenor, Wm S., Hennepin, mustered out
Zenor, George, Hennepin, mustered out


71st Regiment
THREE MONTH MEN

Mustered into service July 26, 1862, at Camp Douglas, Ill. Moved the next day for Cairo, Ill., leaving two companies enroute at "Big Muddy Bridge", on the Illinois Central Railroad. Remained ten days at Cairo when it was ordered to Columbus, Ky., where the men, mostly from the Northern part of Illinois, suffered severely from the sudden change of climate. Two more companies were detached and stationed at Mound City, Ill. Remainder of the Regiment, six companies, was divided - three companies ordered to Moscow, Ky. and three companies ordered to Little Obion Bridge to guard bridges and railroad tracks. Mustered out at Chicago, Ill., October 29, 1862. (Abstracted From the Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Illinois: 1900-1902)

September 30, 1875
Taken From the Henry News Republican

ROSTER OF MASHALL& PUTNAM CO. AND VICINITY MEN

Company D

Houser, George, Snachwine
Keefe, John H., Snachwine
McKinney, John Q., Snachwine
Roedel, Joseph, Snachwine


72nd Regiment

Organized at Chicago, August 23, 1862, mustered into the service for three years, or during the war. On August 6, 1865, they were mustered out of the service, at Vicksburg, and marched directly home to Chicago. During their term of service, they received some 450 recruits, and when ordered home they transferred 270 of these to the Thirty-third Regiment Illinois Veteran Volunteers, at Meridian, Miss. They brought home 22 officers and 310 men. (Abstracted From the Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Illinois: 1900-1902)

September 30, 1875
Taken From the Henry News Republican

ROSTER OF MASHALL& PUTNAM CO. AND VICINITY MEN

Company A

Fenn, Edward, Lacon, discharged
Wright, Charles, Hennepin, died at Memphis, Feb. 3, 1863
"While making Memphis their headquarters, the Regiment went out on an expedition to Horn Lake Creek, where they dispersed a gang of Blythe's rebel guerrillas, capturing quite a number of them."

Company D

Brown, Albert, Granville, corporal, wounded, died Feb. 27, 1865
Williamson, George W., Magnolia, mustered out as sergeant


73rd Regiment

September 30, 1875
Taken From the Henry News Republican

ROSTER OF MASHALL& PUTNAM CO. AND VICINITY MEN

Rich, Kendail E., Henry, 2d assistant surgeon, resigned Sept. 2, 1863


 75th Regiment

Organized at Dixon, Illinois, and was mustered into service, Sept 2, 1862. Remained at "Camp Dement" until September 27, when ordered South. At Nashville, the Regiment was ordered to be mustered out on June 12, 1865. Arriving at Chicago, it was paid and finally discharged on July 1, 1865. (Abstracted From the Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Illinois: 1900-1902)

September 30, 1875
Taken From the Henry News Republican

ROSTER OF MASHALL & PUTNAM CO. AND VICINITY MEN

Company G

Hillery, Samuel H., Bradford, discharged.
Sturdevant, James, Bradford, discharged
Warner, John H., Bradford, killed at Perryville, Ky.; Oct. 8, 1862
"On October 8th the Regiment was engaged in the battle of Perryville. Col. George Ryan having been placed under arrest upon a charge of which he was afterwards acquitted by a Court Martial, Lieut. Colonel Bennett commanded the Regiment in the battle. The loss of the Seventy-fifth in this engagement was severe."

Fairchilds,Charles, Bradford, recruit, trans to 4th Art co.


76th Regiment

Organized at Kankakee, Illinois, in August 1862 and was mustered into service August 22d, 1862 Mustered out at Galveston, Texas, July 22, 1865 and ordered to Chicago, Illinois, where it was paid off, and disbanded August 4, 1865. The Regiment had traveled over ten thousand miles. Received one hundred and fifty-six recruits, who were transferred, on its muster out, to the Thirty-seventh Illinois Infantry. Abstracted From the Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Illinois: 1900-1902)

September 30, 1875
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ROSTER OF MASHALL & PUTNAM CO. AND VICINITY MEN

Company D

Curoo, Louis, Wheatland, recruit, trans 37th Ill.
Dilliback, Thomas, Wheatland, recruit, died at Morganza, La., Aug. 4, 1864
"On July 29 the Regiment embarked, and was run down the river on a marine boat to Morganzia; landed there, and remained camped along the levee until August 23"

Company F

Kilpatrick, Uriah, Wheatland, recruit, died near Jackson, Miss., July 7, 1864
"On July 1, 1864, the Regiment started on an expedition to Jackson, commanded by General Slocum. On its return the command was met between Jackson and Clinton by the enemy, and a sharp battle was fought on the 6th, and renewed on the 7th, when the Seventy-sixth, which bore a prominent part in the engagement, was cut off from the balance of the command, but cut its way out, losing one hundred and two men, sixteen of whom were reported killed and left on the field, and eighty-six wounded and missing."


78th Regiment

This Regiment was organized at Quincy, Ill., and mustered into service September 1, 1862. Company B was recruited in Adams county ; Company D in Hancock. After the surrender of the south, marched north through Richmond, Va., arriving at Washington, D.C., May 19, and participating in the Grand Review May 24, 1865. June 7, was mustered out and sent to Chicago, where the Seventy-eighth Illinois was paid off June 12, 1865.(Abstracted From the Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Illinois: 1900-1902)

September 30, 1875
Taken From the Henry News Republican

ROSTER OF MASHALL & PUTNAM CO. AND VICINITY MEN

Moss, Samuel C., LaPrairie, surgeon, mustered out.

Company B

McKenzie, Wm A., LaPrairie, mustered out as musician.

Company D.

Crum, Theodore P., LaPrairie, trans to invalid corps
Lairley, Jaco, LaPrairie, wounded, died Oct 2, 1863

Curm, Samuel, recruit, mustered out


83rd Regiment

Organized at Monmounth in August 1862, by Colonel A. C. Harding, and was mustered into the United States service August 21. Companies A, B, C, F and H, were recruited in Warren county.On the 26th of June, the Regiment was mustered out at Nashville and moved for Chicago, Brevet Brigadier General Arthur A. Smith commanding, where it received final pay and discharge July 4, 1865.(Abstracted From the Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Illinois: 1900-1902)

September 30, 1875
Taken From the Henry News Republican

ROSTER OF MASHALL & PUTNAM CO. AND VICINITY MEN

Endicott, David, Granville, A., killed near Fort Donelson, Jan. 2, 1863
"On the 3d of February 1863, at Fort Donelson, nine companies of the Eighty-third with Company C, Second Illinois Light Artillery, successfully resisted the attack of Forrest and Wheeler with 8,000 men. The battle lasted from 1:30 until 8:30 o'clock P.M., when the enemy were compelled to retire with a loss of 800, killed and wounded. The loss of the Regiment was 13 killed and 51 wounded." (Abstracted From the Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Illinois: 1900-1902)


84th Regiment

The EIGHTY-FOURTH INFANTRY was organzized at Quincy, in August 1862 by Colonel L. H. Waters, of Macomb, Ill., and musterered into the service of the United States, September 1, 1862 with 939 men and officers. (Abstracted From the Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Illinois: 1900-1902)

September 30, 1875
Taken From the Henry News Republican

ROSTER OF MASHALL & PUTNAM CO. AND VICINITY MEN

Company I

Miller, Dirk, LaPrairie, killed at Stone River, Dec. 31, 1862
"The Regiment participated in the battle of Stone River, where it lost 228 men and officers killed and wounded, out of a total of 350 engaged."
Manlove, David R., LaPrairie, wounded, died at Nashville, Tenn., March 29, 1863


 

88th Regiment

Organized at Chicago, Illinois, in September 1862, by Colonel Francis T. Sherman, and was known as the "Second Board of Trade Regiment". It was mustered in September 4, 1862.The Regiment was mustered out June 9, 1865, at Nashville, Tennessee, and arrived at Chicago, June 13, 1865, where it received final pay and discharge June 22, 1865.(Abstracted From the Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Illinois: 1900-1902)

September 30, 1875
Taken From the Henry News Republican

ROSTER OF MASHALL & PUTNAM CO. AND VICINITY MEN

Company B

Irwin, Calvin, Wenona, corporal, mustered out as sergeant.
Hoge, Thomas J., Wenona, trans to invalid corps
Johnson, Chester T., Wenona, mustered out as corporal.
Mercer, Wenona, trans invalid corps
Woolf, Samuel, Wenona, died in Cincinnati, Sept. 28, 1862
Wise, George A., Wenona, trans invalid corps
Woolf, Peter, Wenona, mustered out as corporal.

Company I

Taylor, Fred F., Wheatland, mustered out.


89th Regiment

September 30, 1875
Taken From the Henry News Republican

ROSTER OF MASHALL & PUTNAM CO. AND VICINITY MEN

Crawford, George B., LaPrairie, (Company E), deserted Nov. 12, 1862


90th Regiment

Mustered into the United States service, at Chicago, on the 7th of September 1862. Company A was recruited at Rockford; Company G and Company H, at Chicago.The war being over, marched from Raleigh to Petersburg, Va., thence to Richmond and on to Washington, and took part in the Grand Review of Sherman's Army, May 24, 1865. June 7 the Regiment took its departure for Chicago, where it arrived at midnight the 9th, being among the first to arrive at home from the seat of war.(Abstracted From the Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Illinois:1900-1902)

September 30, 1875
Taken From the Henry News Republican

ROSTER OF MASHALL & PUTNAM CO. AND VICINITY MEN

Company G

Eaner, Charels, Lacon, was prisoner, mustered out.
"The Ninetieth lost a considerable number of men taken prisoners, who were taken to Andersonville"

Brown, James, Richland, recruit, trans 48th Ill., infantry

Clark, John D., Richland, unassigned recruit


91st Regiment

Organized at Camp Butler, Illinois, in August 1862, by Colonel Henry M. Day, and was mustered in on the 8th day of September 1862. Mustered out at Mobile July 12, 1865. Arrived home on the 22d day of July 1865, and where it received final pay and discharge on the 28th of July 1865, and on the 29th, the Regiment disbanded. (Abstracted From the Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Illinois: 1900-1902)

September 30, 1875
Taken From the Henry News Republican

ROSTER OF MASHALL & PUTNAM CO. AND VICINITY MEN

Company D

Leech, Joseph, Hennepin, corporal, mustered out as sergeant
Basehor, Jacob, Florid, died at Camp Butler, Ill., Sept. 10, 1862
Baxendale, Charles D., Hennepin, mustered out.
Corson, Russell, Hennepin, mustered out.
Filkins, Nelson, Saratoga, wounded, died at Elizabethtown, Jan. 12, 1863
Filkins, George W., Saratoga, died at Camp Butler, Ill., Sept. 21, 1863
Galloway, Wheatland, trans to D, 28th Ill.
Seelye, Wheatland, trans G, 28th Ill.
Welch, John W., Wheatland trans G, 28th Ill.

Unassigned Recruits

Long, Edward, Saratoga


93rd Regiment

The NINETY-THIRD INFANTRY ILLINOIS VOLUNTEERS was organized at Chicago, Ill., in September 1862, by Colonel Holden Putnam, and mustered in October 13, 998 strong. After the surrender of Johnson's army, marched to Washington City. Participated in the grand review May 24th, and on the 31st, moved to Louisville, Ky. June 23, 1865, mustered out of service, and, on the 25th, arrived at Chicago, Ill. Received final payment and discharge July 7th, 1865..(Abstracted From the Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Illinois: 1900-1902)

September 30, 1875
Taken From the Henry News Republican

ROSTER OF MASHALL & PUTNAM CO. AND VICINITY MEN

Company E

Warren, Daniel, Wheatland, corporal, mustered out
Bill, Joweph H., Jr., Milo, corporal, wounded, died May 26, 1862
Demaranville, Luther, Wheatland, corporal, died at Nashville, Tenn., March 14, 1863
Spillman, Abram G., Milo, corporal, absent sick at muster out.

Abbot, Edwin S., Milo, wagoner
Ammon, George, Wheatland, mustered out
Ammon, Jeremiah, Wheatland, tras invalid corps
Alfred, Edwin, Milo, died at Memphis, April 8, 1863
Brookie, Wm T., Milo, killed at Allatoona, Ga., Oct 5, 1864

"On the 5th of October, the Ninety-third was a part of the force, 2,100 strong, which so signally defeated General French's Rebel Division of 7,000...The Ninety-third lost 21 killed, 3 officers and 49 men wounded, and 10 missing."
Babcox, Nelson, Milo, was prisoner, mustered out.
Demaranville, Elisha P., died at Nashville, March 14, 1865 (1863)
Davis, James H., Milo, died at Columbus,Ky., Jan. 19, 1863
Forbes, Wheatland, wounded, died at Memphis, July 18, 1863
Howe, S. A., Milo, trans invalid corps
Holbrook, Jeremiah, Milo, discharged.
Hunter, Daniel O., Wheatland, disability, discharged.
Livingston, James L., Milo, trans invalid corps.
Lee, Joseph M, Wheatland, mustered out.
Leonard, Benj. F., Milo, disability, discharged.
Luce, Richard A., Milo, musered out.
O’Brien, James, Wheatland, mustered out as corporal
Owen, Francis M., Wheatland, mustered out.
Phelps, Roger W., Milo, disability, discharged.
Rodger, Gardner, Wheatland, killed at Champion Hills, May 16, 1863
"After 20 minutes fighting it was flanked on the left, and, retiring steadily, changed from to the left. Being again flanked, it again retired, and in this position held its ground against furious attack, after which the enemy retreated to Black River Bridge. The loss of the Regiment was 1 officer and 37 men killed, 6 officers and 107 wounded, and 1 officer and 10 men missing."
Sergeant, Reuben H., Wheatland, deserted Oct. 13, 1863
Stringer, Alfred, Milo, mustered out.
Walker, Francis M., Wheatland, died April 12, 1863
Whitworth, Robert, Wheatland, trans invalid corps
Simmons, James B., Wheatland, recruit, mustered out.

Unassigned Recruits

Edwards, Frank, Evans
Foster, John, Evans
Haman, Frank, Evans
McAuther, James, Evans


139th (100 Day) Regiment.

Mustered into service as a 100 day Regiment, at Peoria, IL, June 1, 1864. Regiment remainded at Cairo until September 25, 1864, then moved to Peoria, IL to be mustered out. However, General Price, with a large rebel force was marching towards St. Louis, and there were not enough troops to defend it. President Lincoln sent a request to Colonal Davison requesting him to march to St. Louis. Even though, their time had been served, the men were ready to go. For this prompt response, President Lincoln wrote a letter to the men, expressing his thanks and commending them for their patriotism. Along with several other troops, the 139th regiment marched against General Price. Price retreated and having driven him to a remote part of the state, the regiment moved to Peoria. It was mustered out of October 25, 1864, having been in service nearly 5 months. (Abstracted From the Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Illinois: 1900-1902)

October 21, 1875
Taken From the Henry News Republican

ROSTER OF MASHALL& PUTNAM CO. AND VICINITY MEN

Company A

Hurlbut, Frank H. , Sparland, corporal, mustered out.
Bonham, Marcus, Sparland, mustered out.
Collen, DeWitt C., Sparland, ditto
Carmichael, George W., Sparland, ditto
Doran, Robert, Sparland, ditto
Hamilton, David, Sparland, ditto.
Hoadley, Edwin N., Sparland, ditto
Jenkins, Wm D, Sparland, ditto
Hoskins, Willis, Sparland, ditto.
Jones, Edwin S., LaPrairie, ditto.
Jones, Theodore D., Sparland, ditto.
Kellogg, Saxton T., LaPrairie, ditto.
Murray, Alexander, Sparland, ditto.
Murray, George W., Sparland, ditto.
Murray, Elijah J., Sparland, ditto
Rogers, Leverett, lacon, ditto.
Rourk, James, Sparland, ditto.
Tanquary, Isaac N., Sparland, ditto.
Thompson, Wm E., Sparland, ditto.
Wiar, John, LaPrairie, ditto.

Company B
Re-enlisted in May, mustered out October 1864.

Officers
Durley, Jefferson, Hennepin, Captain
Cassell, Calvin, Hennepin, 2d Lieut.
Thompson, Almon H., Hennepin, 1st lieut.
Cunningham, George M., Hennepin, 1st lieut.

Enlisted Rank

Cassell, Wm B., Hennepin, sergeant.
Grable, Jeremiah S., Hennepin, sergeant.
Moore, James H., Granville, sergeant.
Weston, Marvin S., Granville, sergeant
Henderson, Andrew R, Hennepin, corporal
Leeper, John T., Granville, corporal
Moran, Patrick, Granville, corporal
Ray, Simeon, Hennepin, corporal
Sparling, George E., Snachwine, corporal
Thornton, John W., Magnolia, corporal
Wolfe, Charles G., Hennepin, corporal.
Zenor, Charles A., Hennepin, corporal
Chichester, M. R., Hennepin, musician, mustered out to re-enlist
Wise, Charles, Hennepin, musician
Dunn, Wm, Granville, wagoner.

Armstrong, James O., Hennepin
Averill, Orange, Hennepin
Acklin, David J., Magnolia
Bauman, Philip, Granville
Bronson, Joel A., Hennepin
Baird, Eli, Granville
Baird, Wm G., Hennepin
Cassell, Rufus S., Florid
Delatour, John J., Granville
Durley, Lyle H, Hennepin
Durley, Leslie, Hennepin
Dunlavy, James H, Hennepin
Edgerlay, Lorian G, Granville
Edwards, Joseph A., Hennepin
Field, David, Granville
Fulford, Charles, Hennepin
Feltes, Nicholas P, Hennepin
Forney, Clement T., Hennepin
Fyffe, Benjamin F, Hennepin
Fox, Charles N, Hennepin
Foster, John C, Granville
Gallaher, Stephen W, Magnolia
Gunn, Amos D, Granville
Grable, Hiram, Hennepin
Glass, Robert, Hennepin
Heifferman, Wm, Hennepin
Hatz, Goerge, Hennepin
Hall, Wm. D, Granville
Henderson, John M., Granville
Henderson, Alex, Granville
Leech, Jacob p, Granville
Linnbeck, Herman, Granville
Laughlin, Wm M, Granville
Linker, Philip, Hennepin
McMahin, Joseph, Hennepin
McMahon, Benjamin, Hennepin
Mawbray, George W, Hennepin
Manning, Joseph, Hennepin
North, George W, Granville
Noxon, Wm G, Hennepin
Phillips, James R, Granville
Phillips, Calvin A., Granville
Pool, Franklin J, Hennepin
Richie, Porer D, Hennepin
Sprague, Charles W., Granville
Stephenson, Albert F., Granville
Stephenson, Charles L, Granville
Smith, Thomas W., Hennepin
Smith, John C., Granville
Saulisbury, James H., Hennepin
Sample, John, Hennepin
Stancole, Milton T., Magnolia
Tromel, Frederick, Granville
Turner, Charles O., hennepin
Todd, James, Granville
Unthank, Wm C., Hennepin
Watson, Joseph, Granville
Wilson, John P, Hennepin
Wilison, Isaiah, hennepin
Williams, Thomas, Snachwine
Zenor, George, Hennepin
Zenor, Wm T, Hennepin

Company E

Grove, Reuben M, Lawn Ridge, musician.

Company F

Enlisted Rank
Hutchins, Cyrus, lacon, sergeant
Maicham, Joseph, lacon, corporal
Hickock, Oscar A, Lacon, corporal
Crawford, Thomas W., Lacon, musician

Arnold, Benjamin F, Lacon
Bane, Jesse B, Jr., Lacon
Bane, Charles C., Lacon
Donleavy, James, Lacon, mustered out to re-enlist
Eilis, Charles, Lacon
Gore, Alfred D, Lacon
Henthorn, George F, Lacon
Mills, John Y., Lacon
Scholes, Andrew, Lacon

Company G

Harsh, Alexander, Milo, died at Cairo Aug 6, 1864
Carroll, Charels, Milo
Combs, Isaac M, Henry
Nichols, Thomas J, LaPrairie
Parker, John W, Lacon
Steffani, Robert, Henry
Shaff, Sanford, Henry
Wiar, Solomon, LaPrairie, re-enlisted


 

140th (One Year) Regiment

Organized at Camp Butler, June 18, 1864. The same day left by boat for Cairo and from there to Memphis. Marched from Memphis to Wolfe River, 30 miles east. Formed into divisions and placed at different points along line of railroad betwwen Wolfe River and Holly Springs. Remained there about 3 months, then moved to Memphis where did guard duty until ordered to Camp Fry, Chicago, IL. Mustered out October 29, 1864. Was then solicited by Adjuctant General Fuller, reorganized and marched against General Price through Missouri. After 6 weeks, returned to Camp Fry and was finally dismissed. (Abstracted From the Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Illinois: 1900-1902)

October 21, 1875
Taken From the Henry News Republican

ROSTER OF MASHALL & PUTNAM CO. AND VICINITY MEN

Lyman, Cyrus O, Bradford, E.


144th (One Year) Regiment

Organized at Alton, IL and mustered into service October 21, 1864. Mustered out July 14, 1865.

October 21, 1875
Taken From the Henry News Republican

ROSTER OF MASHALL & PUTNAM CO. AND VICINITY MEN

McCune, Robert H, Lacon, recruit co I, mustered out, detached.


146th (One Year) Regiment

Organized at Camp Butler, September 18, 1864 for 1 year. Henry H. Dean appointed Colonel. Company F assigned duty of guarding drafted men and substitutes at Jacksonville, IL. Other companies assigned similar duty at Camp Butler. Mustered out of service at Camp Butler, July 5, 1865.  (Abstracted From the Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Illinois: 1900-1902)

October 21, 1875
Taken From the Henry News Republican

ROSTER OF MASHALL & PUTNAM CO. AND VICINITY MEN

Company F

Philips, Leonard, Milo, mustered out
Renz, Joseph, Milo, substite, ditto
Thompson, Joseph V, Milo
Thompson, Andrew J, Milo

Company I

David, Robert, Lacon, Substitute, mustered out as sergeant
Boling, Thomas, Saratoga, substitute, mustered out
Beidelman, George L, Henry, substitute, ditto
Eatinger, Wm J., Henry, mustered out.


148th (One year) Regiment

Organized at Camp Butler, Ill., February 21, 1865, for the term of one year. February 22, left Camp Bulter for Nashville, Tenn. Arrived on the 25th. March 1st, moved to Tullahoma, Tenn., where engaged in guard duty. June 18, 1865 five companies were ordered to Decherd, one company was stationed at McMinnville, the other four companies were engaged guarding the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad from Lombardy to Anderson Station, near the Alabama line-until ordered to Springfield, Ill., for final payment and discharge. Mustered out September 5, 1865, at Nashville, Tenn. Arrived at Springfield, Ill., September 9, 1865, where it was paid off and discharged. (Abstracted From the Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Illinois: 1900-1902)

October 21, 1875
Taken From the Henry News Republican

Company A

Bennett, Robert H, LaPrairie, musician, mustered out
Dorsett, S. R, LaPrairie, ditto
Hackney, Joseph B, LaPrairie, ditto
Leesman, Frank, LaPrairie, died at Tullahoma, Tenn., May 26, 1865
Leesman, John F, LaPrairie, mustered out
Naylor, Julian C, LaPrairie, ditto

Company K

Bates, Laomi J, Milo, 2d lieut, resigned May 11, 1865
McIntyer, Wm, Snachwine, corporal, died at Tullahoma, Tenn., March 26, 1865
Fairbanks, Lorenzo D, Milo, corporal, mustered out as sergeant.
Young, Frank B., Milo, musician, mustered out
Lord, Jonathan, Milo, musician, ditto
Hatfield, Milo, wagoner, ditto.

Bennett, Walter N, Milo, ditto
Bennett, Geroge W., Milo, ditto
Boardman, Robert, Milo, ditto
Daughterty, Peter, Milo, ditto
DeMeranderville, Samuel, Milo, died at Nashville, Tenn., March 21, 1865
DeMereanderville, Nehem, Milo, died at Nashville, Tenn., April 17, 1865
DeMerandville, Daniel, Snachwine, mustered out.
Fairbanks, Almond, Milo, died at nashville, Tenn., March 22, 1865
Gudgel, John, absent sick at muster out.
Hatch, Milton C, Milo, mustered out
Johnson, Wm H, Snachwine, ditto
Marshall, Henry, Milo, ditto
McLean, Wm, Milo, died at Nashville, Tenn., May 4, 1865
Runnells, Thomas A., Henry, Mustered out as corporal
Shaw, John B., Milo, mustered out.
Tozier, Benjamin, Henry, ditto
Tassell, Wm Van, Milo, mustered out sergeant.
Whipple, John, Milo, mustered out.
Whitman, George, Henry, ditto


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