Stark County IL Veterans  112th Regiment

(Partial Listing)

Contributed by Karen Seeman


Co. F Co. D Co. E Co. G Co. B


ROSTER OF COMPANY F

Enrolled at Toulon, Stark County, Illinois , August, 1862.

Organized, August 15, 1862.

Date of all enlistements not otherwise stated is Aug. 15, 1862

Mustered into service Sept. 20, 1862

Present and mustered out with the company, June 20, 1865:

First Lieut. Bushrod Tapp. Enlisted Aug. 11, '62, and mustered in as Sergeant. Promoted to First Serg. Apr. 1, 1864, and to First Lieut. Dec. 10, to rank from June 24, '64. Slightly wounded in action at Bean's Station, E. Tenn., Dec. 16, '63, and at Kelly's Ford, on the French Broad River, E. Tenn., January 28, '64. Address - Wyoming, Stark co., Ill.

First. Serg. Henry B. Perry. Enlisted Aug. 22, 1862, and mustered in as Corporal. Promoted to Sergeant March 10, 1863 and to First Serg., Jan. 1, 1865. Commissioned Second Lieut. June 15, '65, but not mustered. Address - Toulon, Stark co., Il.

Sergeant Andrew Harty. Mustered in as Private. Promoted to Corporal Aug. 5, 1863, and to Sergeant Sept. 1, 1864. Wounded in action near Philadelphia, Tenn., Oct. 26, '63. Address - Bradford, Stark co., Illinois.

Sergeant James R. Gelvin. Enlisted Aug. 14, '62, and mustered in as Private. Promoted to Corporal Feb. 26, '64, and to Sergeant Sept. 1, 1864. Slightly wounded in action at Knoxville, Tenn., Nov. 18, '63. Address - Duncan, Stark co., Illinois.

Corporal Levi Silliman. Enlisted Aug. 13, '62. Wounded in action at Resaca, Ga., May 15, '64. Residence - Toulon, Stark co., IL.

Corporal Andrew Kamerer. Mustered in as Private. Promoted Sept. 1, 1864. Captured on the Saunders Raid, at Knoxville, Tenn., Jun 20, '63. Paroled at Richmond, Va., July 11; exchanged Sep. 10, and rejoined the company at Bean's Station, E. Tenn., Dec. 14, '63. Address - West Jersey, Stark county, Ill.

Corporal Samuel M. Adams. Enlisted Aug. 14, '62. Mustered in as Private. Promoted Jan. 1, 1865. Residence - Toulon, Stark co., IL.

Privates:

Edwin Butler. Enlisted Aug. 11, 1862. Mustered in as Sergeant; promoted to First Sergeant aug. 5, '63. Detailed to work on the "Athens Union Post," at Athens, Tenn., and when the Union troops retreated was captured, in the night of Sept. 26, '63. Reduced to the ranks Apr. 1, '64, while a prisoner of war, without cause or excuse, except to create a vacancy for the appointment of another First Sergeant of the company. Residence - Toulon, Stark co., Il.

Milton Headley. Enlisted Aug. 13, '62. Residence - Toulon, Stark co., Ill.

James P. Headley. Enlisted Aug. 14, '62. Detailed as musician, and was a member of the Regimental Band from its organization until mustered out. Residence - Toulon, Stark co., IL.

Austin C. Himes. Enlisted Aug. 14, '62. Address - LaFayette, Stark co., IL.

Robert Makings. Enlisted Aug. 22, '62. Address - Wyoming, Stark co., IL

Theodore McDaniel. Enlisted Aug. 22, '62. Address - Wyoming, Stark co., IL.

Charles McComsey. Enlisted Aug. 11, '62, in Co. F, but mustered in as of Co. H. Transferred back to Co. F, Nov. 1, '62. Residence - Toulon, Stark co., IL.

Ephraim W. Smith. On detached service in Division Commissary Department. Enemy attacked herd of cattle in his charge, at Thompson's Station, Tenn., Nov. 30, '64, killed his horse, and captured fifty head of cattle. Address - Toulon, Stark co., IL.

Presley Tyrrell. Enlisted Aug. 22, '62. Address - West Jersey, Stark county, IL.

William Vulgamott. Address - Burlington Junction, Nodaway co., Missouri.

David Webster. Enlisted Aug. 14, '62. Address - West Jersey, Stark county, Ill.

Absent:

James McShurry. Enlisted Aug. 19, '62. Captured at Columbia, Tenn., Nov. 30, '64; paroled Apr 25, 2865. Not exchanged. Never rejoined company. Discharged at Benton Barracks, St. Louis, Mo., June 30, '65. Address - Castleton, Stark co., Illinois.

Previously Discharged:

First Lieut. Jackson Lorance. Enrolled Aug. 11, and mustered in Sept. 20, '62, as First Lieut. Resigned, by reason of ill-health, at Lexington, KY., March 5, '63. Address - Burlington Junction, Nodaway co., Missouri.

Sergeant John F. Rhodes. Enlisted Aug. 13, '62, and mustered in as Corporal. Promoted Feb. 26, '64. Severely wounded in action at Resaca, Ga., May 14, '64. Discharged, by reason of wounds, at Chicago, IL., July 28, '64. Address - Toulon, Stark co., IL.

Corporal William Rounds. Enlisted Aug. 14, '62. Discharged at Camp Nelson, Ky., May 18, '64 - disability. Died at Toulon, Stark co., IL., March 11, 1873.

Corporal David Tinlin. Enlisted Aug. 22, '62, and mustered in as Private. Promoted March 10, '63. Discharged at Lexington, KY., May 24, '65 - disabillity. Residence, Toulon, Stark co., IL.

Privates:

William Boyd. Enlisted Aug. 14, '62. Discharged at Beaufort, N. C., May 29, '65. Died at Toulon, Stark co., Ill., May 7, '75.

George Graen. Enlisted Aug. 11, '62. Absent sick from Dec. 12, '64. Discharged at Chester, Penn., June 2, '65 - disability. Residence, Toulon, Stark county, Illinois.

Transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps

Darius Demunt. Enlisted Aug. 12, '62. Transferred at Camp Nelson, KY., Aug. 30, '63. Discharged at Madison, WI, July 5, '65. Address - Toulon, Stark co., IL.

Havilah B. Johnson. Enlisted Aug. 11, '62. Transferred Apr 30, '64. Discharged at Lexington, KY, May 17, '65. Died at Peoria, IL, Oct. 26, '81; buried at Toulon.

Killed and Died in the service.

Captain William W. Wright. Enrolled Aug. 13, '62, and elected First Lieut. of Co. F. When Capt. Henderson was elected Colonel of the regiment, he was elected, and mustered in, Sep. 20, '62, as Captain. Wounded in the battle of Resaca, Ga., May, 14, '64, right arm amputated at the shoulder - and died of wounds at Nashville, Tenn., June 24, '64. His remains brought home and interred in the cemetery at Toulon. Widow's address - Mrs. Anne M. Wright, Champaign, Illinois.

First Lieut. Robert E. Westfall. Enrolled Aug. 15, and mustered in Sep. 20, '62, as Second Lieut. Promoted March 10, to rank from March 5, '63. Died at Somerset, KY., June 16, '63 - the first death of a commissioned officer in the regiment. His remains brought home and interred in the cemetery at Wyoming.

John W. Whitten. Enlisted Aug. 22, '62. Mortally wounded near Atlanta, Ga., Aug. 7, and died in field Hospital Aug. 9, '64. Remains removed and interred in National Cemetery at Marietta, Ga. No. of Grave 9,852, Sec. J.

Privates

Recruits, Transferred to Co. F., 65th IL Vols (consolidated), June 20, '65; mustered out at Greensboro, N.C., July 13, '65:

Zachariah T. Brown. Enlisted and mustered in Jan. 17, '65, for one year. Address - Peoria, Ill.

William J. Hamilton. Enlisted Feb. 10, mustered in June 6, '63, for three years. Absent sick at Washington, D. C. Discharged at Mower U. S. Hospital July 1, '65. Address - LaFayette, Stark co., IL.

Jacob W. McDaniel. Enlisted March 28, mustered in April 28, '64, for three years. Address - Wyoming, Stark co., IL.


COMPANY D

Enrolled at Cambridge, Henry co., Illinois, August, 1862. Organied Aug. 9, 1862.

Date of all enlistments not otherwise stated, August 9, 1862.

Mustered into the United States service, Sept. 20, 1862.

Present and mustered out with the company, June 20, 1865:

Absent:

Whitfield D. Matthews. Enlisted Aug. 11, '62. Absent sick. Discharged at York, Pa., July 11, '65. Residence - Elmwood, Peoria co., IL.

Privates:

Lemuel F. Matthews. Enlisted Aug. 12, '62. Severely wounded in action at Resaca, Ga., May 14, '64. Discharged by reason of wounds, at Camp Butler, Springfield, Il., Aug. 26, '64. Address - Elmwood, Peoria co., IL.


COMPANY E

Enrolled at Wyoming, Stark county, IL, in Aug. 1862.

Organied Aug 12, 1862

Date of all enlistments not otherwise stated, Aug. 12, 1862

Mustered into the United State service, Sep. 20, 1862.

Present and mustered out with the company, June 20, 1865:

Captain Sylvester F. Otman. Enrolled Aug. 11, and mustered in Sep. 20, '62 as Captain. Commanded the regiment on the march from Knoxville, Tenn., to Mr. Sterling, Ky., in Feb. '64. Also commanded the regiment, after Lieut. Col. Bond was wounded, in the battle of Franklin, TN, and in the two days battle of Nashville, and until Jan. 14, '65. Acting Assistant Inspector General of 3d Brig. 3d Div. 23d Corps. Army of the Ohio, on Gen. Henderson's staff, from Jan. 30, '65, until mustered out. Residence, Wyoming, Stark co., IL.

First Lieut. Crammer W. Brown. Enrolled Aug. 12, and mustered in Sep. 20, '62, as First Lieut. Acting Adjutant of the regiment from Nov. 24, '63 to Mar 7, '64. Was offered the adjutancy permanently but declined it. Commanded the conpany from Nov. 30, '64, until mustered out. Address - Castleton, Stark co., IL.

First Sergeant Henry Graves. Mustered in as Sergeant. Promoted April 1, '63. Commissioned Second Lieut. June 15, '65, but not mustered. Wounded in action near Philadelphia, E. Tenn., Oct. 26, '63; and again at Utoy Creek, near Atlanta, Ga., Aug. 6, '64. Address - Oakland, Pottawattamie county, Iowa.

Sergeant Peter M. Swords. Mustered in as Corporal. Promoted April 1, '63. Died in April, '67.

Corporal Douglas M. Crone. Mustered in as Private. Promoted April 1, '63. Address - Wyoming, Stark county, Illinois.

Corporal Andrew J. Fants. Mustered in as Private, and promoted. Captured at Park's Ferry, on the Holdston River, E. Tenn., Nov. 16, '63. Exchanged and rejoined company in the summer of '64. Address - Duncan, Stark co., IL.

Corporal Ananias Timmons. Mustered in as Private, and promoted. Address - Wyoming, Stark co., IL.

Corporal David S. Miller. Mustered in as Private and promoted. Reported dead.

Corporal Charles H. Hall. Enlisted Aug. 14, '62. Mustered in as Private and promoted.

Privates:

John Dawson. Address - Stark, Stark co., Illinois.

William Holgate. Enlisted Aug. 13, '62. Captured at Park's Ferry, on the Holston River, E. Tenn., Nov. 16, '63. Exchanged at City Point, Va., April 15, '64. Rejoined the company near Atlanta, Georgia, July 28, '64. Severely wounded in action at Utoy Creek, near Atlanta, Ga., Aug. 6, '64. Absent, by reason of wounds, until Dec. 1, '64, when he rejoined the company at Nashville, Tenn. Residence - Wyoming, Stark co., IL.

Curwin A. McCoy.

Jonas Stronburg. Enlisted Aug. 13, '62. Slightly wounded in action at Utoy Creek, near Atlanta, Ga., Aug. 6, '64. Address - LaFayette, Stark co., IL.

Henry Soper. Enlisted Aug. 13, '62. Died Sept. 9, '78.

Ancil H. Woodcock. Adddress - Wyoming, Stark co., Illinois.

Absent:

Jonathan Graves. Captured at Park's Ferry, on the Holston River, E. Tenn., Nov. 16, '63. Escaped from rebel prison at Florence, S. C., in Feb. '65, and entered the Union lines at Newbern, N. C. Never rejoined company. Discharged at Chicago, IL, July 10, '65. Address - Quitman, Nodaway co., Missouri.

George W. Nicholas. Captured at Park's Ferry, on the Holston River, E. Tenn., Nov. 16, '63. Escaped near Wilmington, N. C., Feb. 22, '65. Never rejoined company. Discharged at Springfield, IL., July 1, '65. Address - Quitman, Nodaway co., Missouri.

Previously Discharged

First Sergeant Henry J. Otman. Discharged at Lexington, KY, April 1, '63, by reason of disability. Killed by his team running away at Toulon in Jan. '67.

Sergeant Carey G. Colburn. Mustered in as Corporal. Promoted Aug. '63. Captured at Athens, Tenn., Sept. 27, '63. Exchanged Mar 1, '65. Never rejoined company. Discharged at Springfield, IL., May 26, '65. Residence, Wyoming, Stark co., IL.

Privates.

Michael Alderman. Discharged at Lexington, KY, Jan 15, '63 - disability. Address - Duncan, Stark co., IL.

Alfred B. Armstrong. Enlisted Aug. 22, '62. Discharged at Lexington, KY., Jan. 21, '63. - disability. Address - Wyoming, Stark county, IL.

William T. Carter. Discharged at David's Island, N. Y., May 31, '65 - disability. Address - Rome, Peoria co., IL.

William Colwell. Discharged at Lexington, KY, April 18, '63 - disability. Died one week after his return home.

John Harvey. Discharged at Camp Nelson, KY, Sep. 19, '64 - disability. Address - Wyoming, Stark co., IL.

Killed and Died in the Service.

Sergeant Solomon Dixon. Captured at Park's Ferry, on the Holston River, E. Tenn., Nov. 16, '63. Died in rebel prison at Richmond, Va., March 1, '64. No record of place of burial. See note f.

Sergeant Charles B. Hitchcock. Killed in action at Utoy Creek, near Atlanta, Ga., Aug. 6, '64. Remains removed and interred in the National Cemetery at Marietta, Ga. No. of Grave, 5,307, in Section F.

Corporal William G. Wilkinson. Died at Lexington, KY, Nov. 8, '62. Remains sent home for burial by the company.

Corporal William W. McMillen. Captured at Athens, Ten., Sep. 27, '63. Died in rebel prison at Andersonville, Ga., May 24, '64. Nov. of Graves 1,337.

Privates

David Barrett. Died at Lexington, KY, Feb. 7, '63. buried on Government Lot in Lexington Cemetery. No. of graves 239. See note d.

William B. Barr. Captured at Park's Ferry, on the Holston River, E. Tenn., Nov. 16, '63. Died in rebel prison at Andersonville, April 13, '63. No. of Grave 526.

John Cole. Captured at Park's Ferry, on the Holston River, E. Tenn., Nov. 16, '63. died in rebel prison at Andersonville, April 2, '64. No. of Graves 300.

Thomas Colwell. Died at Lexington, KY, of typhoid pneumonia, Jan. 9, '63. Buried on Government Lot in Lexington Cemetery. Nov. of Grave 204.

Charles B. Davis. Captured at Park's Ferry, on the Holston River, E. Tenn., Nov. 16, '63. Died in rebel prison at Andersonville, Sep. 12, '64. No. of Grave 8,553.

James Elston. Enlisted Aug. 13, '62. Captured at Park's Ferry, on the Holston River, E. Tenn., Nov. 16, '63. died in Andersonville Prison, June 21, '64. No. of Grave 2,249.

Whitfield Evans. Captured in Kentucky in the summer of '63, and paroled. Parole not recognized, and returned to his company for duty, by order of Dept. Commander, without being exchanged. Again captured at Athens, Tenn., Sep. 27, '63, and fearing he might be accused of having violated his former parole, gave the name of "John Robinson," and was known by the rebels by that name. Died in rebel prison at Danville, Va., March 21, '64, and his death recorded as that of John Robinson. Buried in the National Cemetery at Danville. No. of Grave 646.

Noah Fantz. Captured at Park's Ferry, on the Holston River, E. Tenn., Nov. 16, '63. Adj't Gen's Reports report him as having died in rebel prison at Andersonville, April 18, '64. The Supt. of National Cemetery at Andersonville reports that he cannot find his name on prison records. He reports "Thomas Jones of Co. E, 112th ILL, died Apri 20, '64; Nov. of Grave 644. As there was no "Thomas Jones" in the regiment it mahy be that Fant assumed the name of Jones when captured, and that No. 644 is his grave.

Madiras Hoover. Died at Lexington, KY, April, '63. Buried on Government Lot in Lexington Cemetery, No. of Grave 382.

William Herridge. Enlisted Aug. 19, '62. Mortally wounded by explosion of gunpowder at Lebanon, KY., July 9, '63. Died July 15, '63, and buried in the National Cemetery at Lebanon. No. of Grave 175.

George O. Marlatt. Enlisted Aug. 14, '62. Captured at Park's Ferry, on the Holston River, E. Tenn., Nov. 16, '63. Reported as having died in rebel prison at richmond, Feb. 18, '64, but the Supt. of National Cemetery at richmond reports that he cannot find this name on the prison records. See note f.

Simon Ray. Enlisted Aug. 20, '62. Captured at Park's Ferry, on the Holston River, E. Tenn., Nov. 16, '63. Died in rebel prison at Richmond, Va., April 12, '64. See note f.

James Ray. Captured at Park's Ferry, on the Holdston River, E. Tenn., Nov. 16, '63. Died in rebel prison at Richmond, Va., March 11, '64. See note f.

William Ray. Captured at Park's Ferry, on the Holston River, E. Tenn., Nov. 16, '63. Exchanged and died a few days after in hospital at Baltimore, Md., June 30, '64. No record of burial.

John W. Ratcliffe. Died of typhoid fever at Lexington, KY., Jan. 7, '63. Buried on Governmetn Lot in Lexington Cemetery. No. of Grave 203.

William E. L. Smith. Died at Lexington, KY, Nov. 22, '62. Buried on Government Lot in Lexington Cemetery, No. of Grave 114.

Michael Springer. Captured at Park's Ferry, on the Holston River, E. Tenn., Nov. 16, '63. Died in Andersonville prison June 6, '64. No. of Grave 1,667.

John D. Swaim. Enlisted Aug. 14, '62. Captured at Park's Ferry, on the Holston River, E. Tenn., Nov. 16, '63. Died in rebel prison at Richmond, VA., march 7, '64. Norecord of place of burial. See note f

Francis M. Sollars. Recruit; enlisted and mustered in March 31, '64, for three years. Died at Springfield, IL., June 18. '64. No record of place of burial.

David P. Wandling. Mortally wounded - shot through hips in action at Knoxville, Tenn., Nov. 17, '63, died next day. Remains removed and interred in the National Cemetery at Knoxville, Feb. 1, '64. No. of Grave 451.

Russell White. Died at Lexington, KY., Dec. 7, '62. Buried on Government Lot in Lexington Cemetery. No. of Grave 166.

Deserted

Musician William Cassett. Enlisted Aug. 15, '62. Deserted at Danville, KY, July 15, '63.

Private Henry Greenewald. Deserted, while on detached duty working in Government blacksmith shop, at Lexington, KY, in May, '63.

Private Lewis Hilback. Deserted at Danville, KY, July 15, '63.

Private Frank Ross. Deserted at Danville, KY, July 15, '63.

Privates

Recruits transferred to Co. F., 65th Reb. IL Vol Infantry (consolidated) June 20, 1865.

Mustered out at Greensboro, NC July 13, 1865.

Morris C. Lampson. Veteran; enlisted and mustered in Dec. 24, '63, for three years. Wounded in action at Flat Creek, in E. Tenn., Jan. 26, '64. Reported "absent" at muster-out of 65th. Mysteriously disappeared from his home in Wyoming, IL., several years ago, and no since heard from.

Anson Tanner. Enlisted and mustered in April 25, '64, for three years. Froze to death in '71.


COMPANY G

Enrolled at Galva. Henry co., IL, in August, 1862.

Organized August 15, 1862

Date of all enlistments not otherwise stated, Aug. 15,1862

Mustered into the United States service, Sept. 20, 1862.

(This company was actually mustered in Sep. 12, but was reported and recorded in the adjutant General's office as having been mustered in on same day as the other companies - September 20th.)

Present and mustered out with the company, June 20, 1865:

Sergeant Ira G. Foster. Enlisted Aug. 14, '62. Mustered in as Private. Promoted from the ranks Feb. 11, '63. Residence - LaFayette, Stark county, Ill.

Private Philip Cromain. Captured at Columbia, Tenn., Nov. 30, '64. Paroled April 15, '65. Not exchanged. Never rejoined company. Discharged at Springfield, Ill., July 1, '65. Died at West Jersey, Stark co., IL, Feb. 9, '79.

Myron Walters. Recruit. Enlisted and mustered in March 23, '64, for three years. Discharged at Dallas, Ga., Nov. 4, '64 - disability. Address - Wyoming, Stark co., IL.

Deserted

Privates:

Patrick McDonald. Deserted at Peoria, IL, Sep. 28, '62.

Edward L. Short. Deserted at Peoria, IL, Oct. 8, '62.

Orville A. Simpson. Deserted at Peoria, IL, Oct. 8, '62.

Andrew Jackson. Enlisted March 28, and mustered in April 25, '64, for three years. Address - LaFayette, Stark co., IL.


COMPANY B

Enrolled at Bradford, Stark county, Illinos, in Aug. 1862

Organized Aug. 12, 1862.

Date of all enlistments not otherwise stated, Aug. 12, 1862.

Mustered into the United States service, Sep. 20, 1862.

Present and mustered out with the company, June 20, 1865:

Captain Bradford F. Thompson. Mustered in as First Sergeant. Promoted to Second Lieut. April 10, to rank from march 31, '63. Promoted to First Lieut. Jan. 17, '64, to rank from Sep. 18, '63. Appointed Adjutant of the Regiment March 7, '64, to rank from Nov. 25, '63. Promoted to Captain may 9, to rank from April 25, '65. Slightly wounded in action at Resaca, Ga., May 14, '64, and in the battle of Franklin, Tenn., Nove. 30, '64. Residence, Toulon, Stark co., IL.

First Sergeant Charles B. Foster. Mustered in as Sergeant. Promoted April 10, '63. Commissioned Second Lieut. Jun 15, '65, but not mustered. Residence, Bradford, Stark county, Ill.

Sergeant Augustus S. Thompson. Mustered in as Corporal. Promoted to Sergeant Aug. 31, '64. Regimental "Ordnance Sergeant" from Nov. '64, until mustered out. Residence - Bradford, Stark county, Illinois.

Sergeant George W. Reed. Mustered in as Corporal. Promoted to Sergeant Aug. 31, '64. Captured as Lancaster, Ky., July 28, '63 - made his escape the same day. Residence - Bradford, Stark county, Illinois.

Sergeant John R. Jones. Mustered in as Private. Promoted to Sergeant Oct. 1, '64. Slightly wounded by splinters from "head-log" struck by solid shot, May 27, '64, and in action at Utoy Creek, near Atlanta, Ga., Aug. 6, '64. Residence - Bradford, Stark co., IL.

Corporal John Olenburg. Mustered in as Private. Promoted June 18, '63. Wounded in action at Kelly's Ford, on the French Broad River, E. Tenn., Jan. 28. '64. Address - Zearing, Story co., IA.

Corporal James A. Long. Mustered in as Private. Promoted Aug. 31, '64. Address - Bradford, Stark co., Ill.

Wagoner John McLaughlin. Mustered in as Wagoner. Teamster during his whole term of service. Accidentally killed, moving a building, at Bradford, Stark co., IL, Dec. 29, '71.

Privates:

William H. Conibear. Residence - Morton, Tazewell co., IL.

Samuel B. Francis

Joseph Fleming. Slightly wounded in action at Knoxville, Tenn., Nov. 18, '63. Address - Toulon, Stark co., IL.

John Hall. Address - Bradford, Stark county, IL.

Francis J. Liggett. Captured at Cleveland, Tenn., Sept. 18, '63. Confined on Belle Isle, VA., until March 10, '64, then transferred to Andersonville. Escaped from Andersonville May 24, '64; entered lines of Sherman's army on the Etowah River, Ga., June 13, '64; received thirty days furlough, then rejoined company. Residence, Bradford, Stark co., IL.

Charles Leighton. Captured at Cleveland, Tenn., Sept. 18, '63. Exchanged March 21, and rejoined company June 16, '64. Died near Modena, Stark co., IL., May '76.

Lewis Osborn. Captured at Cleveland, Tenn., Sep. 18, '63; exchanged March 21, and rejoined company June 16, '64. Address - Modena, Stark co., IL.

Irvin Oxberger. Slightly wounded by shell, at Calhoun, Tenn., Sep. 26, '63. Address - Bradford, Stark co., IL.

Ira Porter. Died in Stark county, April 21, '73.

Charles R. Thompson. Slightly wounded in action at Utoy Creek, near Atlanta, Ga., Aug. 6, '64. Residence - Bradford, Stark county, Illinois.

Joseph Taylor.

Absent:

Private Ira F. Hayden. Recruit: enlisted Feb. 29, mustered in March 1, '64, for three years. Captured at Columbia, Ten., Nov. 30, '64. Paroled April 15, '65, and entered Union lines at Black River, near Vicksburg. Never exchanged. Discharged at Springfield, Ill., July 1, '65; and rejoined company at LaSalle, Ill., in the night of July 6, '65, on railway train coming home. Residence - Bradford, Stark co., IL.

Private Horace Morrison. Captured at Cleveland, Tenn., Sept. 18, '63. Paroled and exchanged March 21, '64. Never rejoined company. Address - Osceola, Stark co., IL.

Previously Discharged

Captain James B. Doyle. Enrolled Aug. 12, and mustered in as Captain Sept. 20, '62. Resigned at Lexington, Ky., March 31, '63. Residence - Bradford, Stark co., IL.

Privates

Morris Fowler. Discharged at Camp Nelson, Ky., Oct. 11, '64 - disability. Residence - Bradford, Stark co., IL.

Enoch W. Foster. Discharged at Evansville, Ind., May 1, '65 - disability. Residence - Brimfield, Peoria co., IL.

Edwin Holmes. Severely wounded and captured at Cleveland, Tenn., Sept. 18, '63. Exchanged Nov. 27, '64. Never rejoined company. Discharged at Springfield, IL, June 17, '65. Address - Bradford, Stark co., IL.

Nathan D. Steward. Discharged at Quincy, IL, Feb. 8, '65 - disability. Address - Bradford, Stark co., IL.

Peter Imes. Cut off a toe, splitting wood, at Lexington, Ky., Nov. 18, '62; and accidentally shot himself through wrist, at same place, Jan. 15, '63, and was transferred to V. R. C. Died near Bradford, Stark co., IL, since the war.

Isaac Sturm. Transferred in '64 - disability. Residence, Bradford, Stark co., IL.

Killed and Died in the Service

Sergeant John H. Bunnell. Mustered in as Sergeant. Wounded in action near Dallas, Ga., May 31, '64. Left leg amputated at Cumberland Hospital, Nashville, July 27, '64. Died of wounds at Nashville, Tenn., Aug. 12, '64. Remains brought home and interred in the Snare Cemetery, in Penn, Stark co., IL., March 8, '65.

Recruits transferred to the 65th Reg. IL. Vol. Inf't (consolidated) June 20, 1865. Mustered out at Greensboro, N.C., July 13, 1865:

Melvin Gage. Enlisted Feb. 29, mustered in March 1, '64, for three years. Slightly wounded in action at Utoy Creek, near Atlanta, Ga., Aug. 6, '64. Residence, Bradford, Stark county, Ill.


NOTES

NOTE D: There is no National Cemetery at Lexington, but the Government owns a large lot in the Lexington Cemetery, on which nearly one thousand Union soldiers are buried. It is under the charge of Mr. C. S. Bell, Supt. of the Lexington Cemetery Company, and the lot andgraves receive the same care and attention as others in the cemetery.

NOTE F: The Supt. of the National Cemetery at Richmond reports that most of the Union prisoners who died in Confederate prisons were first buried in other cemeteries in the city, and no record kept of the names or dates of death. In 1866, when the National Cemetery was established, their remains were removed and interred in the Natioanl Cemetery and the graves of nearly all marked "unknown." The only names of 112th men found upon the prison records are Serg. Solomon Dixon, James Ray, Simon Ray and John D. Swaim, all of Co. E, and the date of death of each, but no record of the numbers of their graves.


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