Illinois Genealogy Trails
One Hundred and Twenty-Third Infantry Regiment

Original Source: Adjutant General's Office

contributed by Bruce Cox


Roster of Company G

Name & Rank

Residence

Date of rank or enlistment

Date of muster

Remarks

Captain

Reson L. Lovelace

-

Martinsville

-

Sept 6, 1862

-

Sept 6, 1862

-

M.O. June 28, 1865

First Lieutenants

George W. Thompson

Henry C. Howell

Otho J. McManus

Alexander Shawver

-

Martinsville

"

"

Indianapolis, IN

-

Sept 6, 1862

Jan. 23, 1863

June 20, 1864

June 6, 1865

-

Sept 6, 1862

Jan. 24, 1863

Aug. 3, 1864

Not must'r'd

-

Resigned Jan. 23, 1863

Resigned June 20, 1864

Killed in action Apr. 2, '65

M.O. June 28, 1865 as Serg't

Second Lieutenants

Simon F. Andrews

John A. Woolford

-

Martinsville

Casey

-

Sept 6, 1862

Mar. 14, 1863

-

Sept 6, 1862

May 1, 1863

-

Resigned Mar. 14, 1863

Resigned Jan. 8, 1864

First Sergeant

Henry C. Howell

-

Martinsville

-

Aug. 14, 1862

-

Sept 6, 1862

-

Promoted 1st Lieutenant

Sergeants

Amos D. Cleaver

Otho J. McManus

Edward J. Harrod

John A. Wolford

Martinsville

"

"

Casey

Aug. 14, 1862

Aug. 14, 1862

Aug. 14, 1862

Aug. 14, 1862

Sept 6, 1862

Sept 6, 1862

Sept 6, 1862

Sept 6, 1862

Died at Woodsonville, Ky. Nov. 19, 1862

Prom. 1st Sgt, then 1st Lieutenant

Died at Murfreesboro, T., Mar. 31, 1863

Promoted 2d Lieutenant

Corporals

Alexander Shawver

Jackson Lindsey

George Shaffner

Jacob Ishler (Eshler?)


Isaac N. Brown

William Cowden

Jonathan Morgan

Christian Fasig

Indianapolis, In

Martinsville

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"


"

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"

"

Aug. 14, 1862

Aug. 14, 1862

Aug. 14, 1862

Aug. 14, 1862


Aug. 14, 1862

Aug. 14, 1862

Aug. 14, 1862

Aug. 14, 1862

Sept 6, 1862

Sept 6, 1862

Sept 6, 1862

Sept 6, 1862


Sept 6, 1862

Sept 6, 1862

Sept 6, 1862

Sept 6, 1862

1st Sgt. Com, 1st Lieut

Disch. Feb. 16, 1863; wounds

Disch. July 7, 1863; wounds.

Reduced to ranks. Died at Gravelly Springs, Ala., Feb. 11, 1865

Killed at Perryville, Ky., Oct. 8, 1862

Disch. Sept. 5, 1863; accidental wound

M. O. June 28, 1865, as priv.

Disch. Feb. 10, '63; disabil.

Musicians

George W. Lamb

James H. Lovelace

-

Martinsville

"

-

Aug. 14, 1862

Aug. 14, 1862

-

Sept 6, 1862

Sept 6, 1862

-

Corp. Tr. to I.C. Dec. 1, '63

M. O. June 28, 1865, as private

Wagoner

Andrew J. English

-

Martinsville

-

Aug. 14, 1862

-

Sept 6, 1862

-

Disch. Mar. 19, '64; disabil

Privates

Name & Rank

Residence

Date of rank or enlistment

Date of muster

Remarks

Ashley, Thomas J.

Martinsville

 Aug. 14, 1862

 Sept 6, 1862

Died at Murfreesboro, T., Mar. 31, 1863

Bush, Mason 

Oak Point

 "

Disch. Aug. 3, '63; disabil

Bush, Samuel

"

Died, Nashville, June 1, '63

Bishop, Granville H.

Marshall

 "

"

Tr. to Inv. C'rps, June 26, '64

Bishop, Joseph

Martinsville

"

"

Killed at Perryville, Ky., Oct. 8, 1862

Bishop, Abraham

"

Mortally wounded July 27, 1864. Died July 29, 1864

Brenner, Samuel

"

"

M. O. June 28, 1865 as wag'n'r

Brown, Levi

"

M. O. June 28, 1865

Blankenbeker, Sam'l

"

M. O. June 28, 1865

Culbertson, David R.

Elbridge

Disch. Feb. 22, ' 63; disabil

Cook, Solomon B.

Martinsville

M.O. June 28, '65 as Corp'l

Cook, John M.

Disch. Feb. 10, '63; disabil

Cook, Daniel

"

Killed, Selma, Ala. Apr. 2, '65

Chapman, Asa

Melrose

Disch. Apr. 11, '63; disabil

Chancellor, Henry C.

Casey

"

M. O. June 28, 1865

Crouch, Sylvester 

Martinsville

"

"

Tr. to Miss. Marine Brigade, June 14, 1863

Cowden, Henry

"

"

"

Killed at Perryville, Ky. Oct. 8, 1862

Dillaplaine, Wm. T.

"

Disch. Mar. 2, '63; disabil

Dotson, William H.

Casey

Tr. to Miss. Marine Brigade, Jan. 1, 1863

Elliott, William G.

Melrose

Disch. Jan. 23, '63; disabil

Floyd, Eli B.

Martinsville

Killed at Perryville, Ky., Oct. , 1862

Fasig, John L.

"

M. O. June 28, 1865 as Sgt.

Gordon, Samuel G.

Casey

M. O. June 28, 1865

Henley, George

Martinsville

M. O. June 22, 1865

Hedden, Doctor S.

Livingston

"

M. O. June 28, 1865 as Mus'n

Hires, Isaac

Martinsville

"

M. O. June 28, 1865

Jenkins, Henry

"

Disch. for wounds rec'd at Perryville, Ky. Oct. 8, '62

Johnston, Jonathan W.

Marshall

M. O. June 28, 1865

Lafferty, Parmenas

Martinsville

M. O. June 28, 1865

Low, John W.

"

Disch. Feb. 10' 63; wounds

Laingor, James L.

"

Disch. Dec. 9, ' 62; disabil

Lefever, David

Casey

M. O. June 28, 1865

Mumford, William

"

M. O. June 28, 1865

Mumford, Adam

"

"

"

M. O. June 28, 1865

Mettler, Joseph S.

Casey

Discharged Jan 23, 1863

Mauk, James

"

M. O. June 28, 1865

Mallory, Isaac O.

Martinsville

"

Disch. May 3, '63 as Corp'l; disability

Murphy, Christian

"

"

M. O. June 28, 1865

Murphy, Amaziah

"

"

M. O. June 28, 1865

McNary, Howard B.

"

M. O. June 28, 1865

Mettler, John

Casey

M. O. June 28, 1865

Mahaffey, Amos

Martinsville

Died at Glasgow, Ky., Dec. 11, 1862

Petry, William

"

Killed at Perryville, KY., Oct. 8, 1862

Petry, George

"

M. O. June 28, 1865 as Sgt.

Perisho, William A.

"

Died at Murfreesboro, T., May 26, 1863

Parthlow, John C.

Oak Point

Deserted Oct. 10, 1864

Porter, James W.

Martinsville

Tr. 19th Us. Inf., Dec. 16, '62

Rufty, Gottleib

"

Killed at Perryville, Ky., Oct. 8, 1862

Rose, Henry

M. O. June 28, 1865

Rose, Daniel

"

M. O. June 28, 1865

Stewart, Alexander B.

"

Tr. to Inv. Corps, July 1, '63

Shaffner, Henry

"

"

Snaveley, Levi

"

M. O. June 28, 1865

Swope, James

Melrose

Corp'l. Killed at Farmington, Tenn., Oct. 7, 1863

Sandoe, George

Martinsville

"

Prom Serg't, then Chap.

Snaveley, Samuel M.

"

"

"

M. O. June 28, 1865 as Serg't

Shick, Preston

"

Tr. to Inv. Corps, Apr. 11, '64

Shields, Dudley

Disch. Mar. 15, 1863; disabil

Steeples, Daniel

"

M. O. June 28, 1865

Smith, Joshua

Casey

Disch. Oct. 18, '62; disabil

Smyers, Samuel

"

M. O. June 28, 1865

Seaton, John

Martinsville

Died at Woodsonville, Ky., Nov. 20, 1862

Sims, Jesse

"

M. O. June 28, 1865

Shoemaker, John L.

Casey

M. O. June 28, 1865

Thompson, Thomas

Martinsville

M. O. June 28, 1865 as Corp'l

Wells, Eli

"

Tr. 19th U.S. Inf., Dec. 16, '62

Wilson, John M.

"

M. O. June 28, 1865

Winters, Daniel H.

"

M. O. June 28, 1865

Winters, William

"

"

"

M. O. June 28, 1865

Webber, Samuel

"

Supposed mort. w'nd'd at Perryville, Ky. Oct. 8, '62

Whiteker, Sylvester

Casey

"

"

Killed at Perryville, Ky., Oct. 8, 1862

 Recruits

 Brooks, John

Casey

Feb. 11, 1864

Mar. 28, 1864

Corp'l. Transferred to 61st Ill. Inf.

 Beeson, Richard Y.

Johnson

Mar. 7, 1865

Mar. 13, 1865

Transferred to 61st Ill. Inf.

Burk, Chas. M. or N.

Orange

Mar. 22, 1865

Mar. 23, 1865

Tr. to 61st Ill. Inf. Absent, sick, at date of transfer

Cook, Darwin B.

Vermilion

Jan. 18, 1865

Jan. 18, 1865

Transferred to 61st Ill. Inf. M.O. Sept. 22, 1865

 Durham, Alexander

Casey

Feb. 11, 1864

Mar. 28, 1864

Transferred to 61st Ill. Inf.

Furbee, Nathan L.

"

Feb. 11, 1864

Mar. 28, 1864

Transferred to 61st Ill. Inf.

Lewis, Daniel

Johnson

Mar. 7, 1865

Mar. 13, 1865

Transferred to 61st Ill. Inf.

McNary, Thomas

Charleston

Feb. 11, 1864

Mar. 28, 1864

Transferred to 61st Ill. Inf. Absent, sick, at date of transfer

Macy, Samuel 

"

"

"

Transferred to 61st Ill. Inf.

McMurry, Richard B.

Casey

"

"

Corp'l. Killed at Selma, Ala., Apr. 2, 1865

Ramsey, William R.

Lafayette

Mar. 22, 1865

Mar. 22, 1865

Transferred to 61st Ill. Inf.

Shoemaker, William

Casey

Apr. 1, 1864

May 3, 1864

Transferred to 61st Ill. Inf. Absent, wounded, at date of trans.

Stogsdill, Hutson W.

"

Feb. 11, 1864

Mar. 28, 1864

Transferred to 61st Ill. Inf.

 Stewart, Alexander

"

"

"

Transferred to 61st Ill. Inf. as Corp'l

Wiley, Francis M.

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M.O. June 28, '65, as Corp'l

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