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Civil War Veterans

From Illustrated History of Union and Wallowa Counties

   
 ADAMS, Arba N.
Enlisted June 3, 1861, Company H., Ninth Vermont Volunteers. Discharged September 11, 1863 due to a disability. He was at many battles including Harper's Ferry, where he was captured by the enemy. After being paroled he again joined his company until he was discharged.
JENKINS, John
AMEY, Amos
Vicksburg
KERNAN, William
Served with the One Hundred and Thirty-sixth Pennsylvania Infantry, Company K. Served 11 months with this unit. Then re-enlisted with Company G, One Hundred and Ninety-second Pennsylvania Infantry. Served in this unit until the end of the war.
  AMEY, Henry KOOCH, David -
Union Army
APPLINGTON, Nathan B.
Corporal 3rd Iowa Cavalry
LANDRUS, Joseph H.
On January 1, 1862, enlisted in Company H, Sixty-first Illinois Infantry. Participated in the battle of Shiloh, was at the siege of Vicksburg and Little
Rock, Arkansas. Along with all his regiment he was captured at Murfreesboro and sent to Andersonville prison. Mr. Landrus went into Andersonville with
a weight of around two hundred pounds. By the time he was released from Andersonville, he weighed a mere 100 pounds. After Andersonville, he went to Jacksonville, Florida and recruited and participated in other battles and skirmishes. He was honorably discharged in July, 1865.
AUSTIN, Moses
Union. Private 1st Illinois Cavalry, 1861 and Sergeant 119th Illinois Cavalry in 1862.
LATHROP, Louis
Company K, 2nd Kansas Volunteer Infantry
BARNES, George W.
Company G., 3rd Regiment, Missouri Cavalry and Company K, 7th Regiment, Missouri Cavalry.
LATHROP, Thomas M.
Enlisted in Company K, Second Kansas Volunteer Infantry. Participated
in the battle at Cabin Creek among other battles and skirmishes.
His service continued until the end of the war
BEECHER, Henry W.
Just turning fifteen, enlisted in Company A, Thirty-ninth Missouri Volunteers, on August 6, 1864. One of 8 to escape with his life during the Centralia massacre. The entire remainder of his company was killed. Assisted in running General Price out after his last raid. Was honorably discharged on July 19, 1865.
LOCKE, William G.
Corporal 33rd Infantry of Iowa, Union Army
BEGGS, Charles C.
Enlisted on June 24, 1861 with the Twenty-first Illinois Infantry, Company E. Was discharged on October 10th of the same year due to a disability. On March 10, 1862, he re-enlisted with the same company for three years. He
was promoted to second lieutenant on January 22, 1864. He participated in many battles and skirmishes and was with Sherman on the march to the sea. He served the entire war being honorably discharged at the end.
McFETRIDGE, John C.
Union Army of Condon. Bowman's brigade. 2nd Division, 9th Corps
BLANKENSHIP, John W.
Enlisted in Company K, Thirty-sixth Missouri.
MARTIN, John
In 1862 enlisted in Company E, Thirty-third Missouri. Was wounded during the battle of Mobile. Honorably discharged on January 15, 1866.
BOTTS, Bernard B.
Confederate Army
MASON, Frank
Marion Field Surgeon
Confederate Army under General Price
BROCK, William Hopper-
Union Army
NEDROW, John Wesley
CALVIN, John-
Private 15th Kansas Cavalry
O'SULLIVAN, Peter
Enlisted in Company K, Thirty-fourth Missouri Infantry.
CANNON, Augustus-
Private, Iowa 28th Infantry
PHILLIPS, Courtland
Confederate Army
COLE, Samuel D.
Enlisted August, 1862 with Company I, Thirty-ninth Volunter Iowa Infantry. Was with General Sherman at the battle of Cross Roads. Fought in the battle of Altoona Mountain and Buzzard Roost and many other battles.
Was taken prisoner at Altoona eventually being released. He then rejoined his regiment. He was honorably discharged June 25, 1865.
ROGERS, John
Company B, Michigan 12th Infantry
CONRAD, James Covington-
Private 10th Missouri Cavalry and 47th Missouri Infantry.
RUMBLE, J.A.
In 1864, enlisted in the Fourth Iowa Cavalry, Company D.
COOK, George Washington-
Colorado Cavalry
RUSSELL, Micheal
DAGGETT, Simeon Taylor SMITH, Anderson C.
Enlisted as first lieutenant of Company D, Ninth Kansas Cavalry. Resigned May 20, 1862 due to the poor health of his wife.
DAWSON, Alexander Reed -
Company F , 10th Regiment, Pennsylvania Reserves
STANLEY, C.C.
DAY, Theodore R.-
Private-Sergeant-Wisconsin Infantry
STANLEY, James J.
Enlisted in Company H, Twentieth Ohio, Infantry. Served for three years, nine months and ten days, being mustered out at the close of the war as corporal.
DEXTER, Burr
In 1862 enlisted in the Twenty-second Michigan Infantry being with the army of the Cumberland and participating in numerous battles.
SURBER, Jessee
Union Army. Company E, 7th Regiment, Iowa Cavalry
EVANS, Mark
Confederate Army
  TAYLOR, John B.
EVANS, William
Union Army
TULLEY, A. Levi
In the fall of 1861, joined the Ninth Kansas Regiment of Volunteer Cavalry, captained by Goss. Served under Blunt and Steele and in 1863 went into
Arkansas, where at DuVoll's Bluff he was discharged from service. At the time of his discharge he was quartermaster sergeant of Company F.
FITE, Addison TULLEY, E.H.
Served in Kansas. Unknown regiment
FRAZIER, George W.-
Confederate Army
TULLEY, James A.
At sixteen, enlisted in Company F, Ninth Kansas Cavalry. Served for eighteen months.
William A. GALLOWAY
William joined the service in IL with  Clarks Regiment, the 29 Jul 1862. He was born in Owen, IN, is 18 years of age, 5 feet 8, in fair complexion, blue eyes, light hair and by occupation when enlisted as a farmer. Additional information
WALL, Joseph P.
Private 33rd Missouri Infantry
HALSEY, James D.
Served as a volunteer in the Sixteenth Wisconsin Infantry in Company B. Honorably discharged in Louisville, Kentucky, in 1865.
WEATHERS, William Hardin
In 1862, enlisted in the Fifteenth Texas Infantry, Company B. Served in the Confederate army until the close of the war and was then honorably discharged.
HAMBELTON, Lemuel L.
Enlisted August 15, 1861 in Company C, Twenty-first Home Guards of northeastern Missouri. On February 2, 1862, he was mustered into the regular service, taking place in Company C., Twenty-first Infantry. Participated in the battles of Shiloh, Nashville, Fort Spanish, Blakely, and Corinth. Was honorably discharged after three years. Immediately reinlisted with the same company and regiment, serving until the end of the war. he was mustered out on April 15, 1866 having been in constant service for nearly five years.
WILSEY, William C.
Union Army
HAYS, James -
Missouri Cavalry
WILSON, James
Enlisted in Company A, First California Cavalry, as farrier of
the company, and he served sixteen months receiving an honorable discharge.,
HOMAN, Mark -
Iowa
WOLFE, Gideon
Union Army. Company B. , 1st Tennessee Federal Cavalry. Went from 1st Lt. to Captain
HOLLOWAY, William-
Private 101st Infantry-Indiana, Union Army
ZURCHER (Johannes) John
Enlisted August, 1861 with the Thirtieth Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Company 1. Was wounded in 1862 at the battle of South Mountains in Maryland, being discharged two months later. As soon as his wounds healed he re-enlisted and was again in the field until he mustered out at Little Rock, Arkansas, in August, 1865.
HORNER, John S.
Served in Price's army under Colonel Withers. Was on Price's last raid.

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