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Caldwell, Alexander
Born : About 1837
  Burial :
Unknown
  Alexander Caldwell, from Elkhorn, Washington Co., IL.

Served during the Civil War in the Union Army
with Co. F, 10th Missouri Regiment Infantry Volunteers
Enlisted on August 1, 1861 in Coulterville, Illinois.
Mustered in on August 10, 1861 in St. Louis, Missouri.
Promoted to 1st Sergeant on December 17, 1863.
Mustered out on August 24, 1864 in St. Louis, Missouri.


Cameron, James D.
Born : About 1817
      in Virginia
  Burial :
Unknown
  James D. Cameron, a married doctor from Nashville, Washington Co., IL.
stood 5' 10" tall with dark hair, blue eyes and a light complexion.
He was born in Richmond, Viginia.

Served in the US-Mexican War as a Private
in Co. H of the 2nd Regiment Illinois Foot Volunteers
He enrolled at Nashville, Washington County

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. I, 80th Illinois Infantry.
Enlisted on August 5, 1862 in Nashville, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on August 25, 1862 in Centralia, Illinois.
Discharged as disabled on November 27, 1862 in Louisville, Kentucky.


Cameron, Robert Alonzo
Born : 28Jun1842
      in Illinois
Died :24Sep1914
      in Oklahoma
  Burial :
Unknown
  Robert Alonzo Cameron, from Ashley, Washington Co., IL.
stood 6' tall with brown hair, blue eyes and a light complexion.
He was born in Ashley, Washington County, Illinois.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. D, 110th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on August 14, 1862 in Ashley, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a 1st Lieutenant on September 11, 1862 min Anna, Illinois (Camp Anna)
Promoted to Captain
Transferred to Co. K 110th Illinois Infantry on April16,1863
Mustered in on April 16, 1863 in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.
Transferred to Co. B 110th Illinois Consolidated Infantry
Resigned on September 1, 1863.

See ; Biography


Cameron, T. W.   Burial :
Liberty Cemetery
Ashley Township
Washington Co., IL.
  Served during the Civil War
with Co. F, 44th Illinois Infantry

Cameron, William J.
Born : About 1835
      in Ohio
  Burial :
Unknown
  William J. Cameron, a married lawyer from Ashley, Washington Co., IL.
stood 6' tall with black hair, blue eyes and a light complexion.
He was born in Zanesfield, Logan County, Ohio.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. D, 110th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on August 15, 1862 in Ashley, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a 2nd Lieutenant on September 11, 1862 in Anna, Illinois (Camp Anna).
Promoted to 1st Lieutenant on November 24, 1862
Transferred to Co. A, 110th Illinois Consolidated Infantryon April 26, 1863
Mustered on April 26, 1863 in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.
Resigned on January 2, 1864.


Campbell, Alexander
Died : 28Apr1922
      in Illinois

15Sep1847
      in Mexico.
  Burial :
Unknown
  Served in the US-Mexican War as a Private
in Co. H of the 2nd Regiment Illinois Foot Volunteers
He enrolled at Nashville, Washington County
 
Alexander Campbell died September 15, 1847, at Vera Cruz.

Campbell, James D.
Born : About 1837
      in New York
Died : 20Sep1863
      in Georgia
  Burial :
Unknown
  James D. Campbell, a farmer from Ashley, Washington Co., IL.
stood 5' 10" tall with light hair, light eyes and a light complexion.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. F, 44th Illinois Infantry Regiment
Enlisted on July 1, 1861 in Ashley, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on September 13, 1861 in Chicago, Illinois.
Killed In Action on September 20, 1863 in Chickamauga, Georgia


Campbell, Joseph A.   Burial :
Unknown
  Joseph A. Campbell, from Ashley, IL.
Served in the Spanish - American War
as a Private in Co. E, 9th Illinois Infantry

Campbell, Lloyd C.
Born : ~ ~ ~ ~
Died : 30Jul1951
      in Korea
  Burial :
Unknown
  Koeran War
While serving as a Private in the U S Army
from Washington County,
he died in Korea on 30Jul1951

Campbell, Samuel W.
Born : About 1839
      in Illinois
  Burial :
Unknown
  Samuel W. Campbell, a farmer from Nashville, Washington Co., IL.
stood 5' 9" tall with black hair, gray eyes and a fair complexion.
He was born in Randolph County, Illinois.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. B, 111th Illinois Infantry Regiment
Enlisted on August 13, 1862 in Richview, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Corporal on September 18, 1862 at Camp Marshall, Illinois.
Promoted to 1st Lieutenant, but never mustered in at this rank.
Mustered out on June 6, 1865 in Washington D. C.


Canady, Isaac B.
Born : About 1837
      in Tennessee
Died : 8Oct1862
      in Kentucky
  Burial :
Unknown
  Isaac B. Canady a married farmer from Nashville, Washington Co., IL.
stood 5' 8" tall with dark hair, gray eyes and a dark complexion.
He was born in Lincoln County, Tennessee.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. I, 80th Illinois Infantry.
Enlisted on August 1, 1862 in Nashville, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on August 25, 1862 in Centralia, Illinois.
Died in Battle on October 8, 1862 in Perryville, Kentucky.


Cannon, Samuel
Born : About 1839
      in Illinois
  Burial :
Unknown
  Samuel Cannon, a farmer from Mt. Vernon, Jefferson Co., IL.
stood 5' 8" tall with light hair, blue eyes and a light complexion.
He was born in Jackson County, Illinois.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. I, 49th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on October 1, 1861 in Ashley, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on December 31, 1861 at Camp Butler, Illinois.
Reenlisted as a Veteran from Ashley, IL. on January 16, 1864
Mustered out on September 9, 1865 in Paducah, Kentucky.


Cantrill, Martin
Born : About 1845
      in Alabama
  Burial :
Unknown
  Martin Cantrill, a laborer from Richview, Washington Co., IL.
stood 6' tall with light hair, gray eyes and a light complexion.
He was born in Marion County, Alabama.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. I, 154th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted February 4, 1865 in Springfield, Illinois.
Mustered in as a Private on February 20, 1865 at Camp Butler, Illinois
Mustered out on September 18, 1865 in Nashville, Tennessee.


Capps, William
Born : About 1840
      in Illinois
  Burial :
Unknown
  William Capps, a cooper from Richview, Washington Co., IL.
stood 5' 11" tall with dark hair, blue eyes and a fair complexion.
He was born in farmington, Illinois.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. I, 154th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on February 4, 1865 in Nashville, Washington County, Illinois.
Mustered in as a Private on February 17, 1865 at Camp Butler, Illinois.
Promoted to 1st Lieutenant on February 22, 1865
      during organization of the company.
Mustered out on September 18, 1865 in Nashville, Tennessee.


Carden, Lloyd M.
Born : 29Dec1931
Died : 17Aug1987
  Burial :
Oakdale Cemetery
Oakdale Township
Washington Co., IL.
  Lloyd Maxwell Carden,
in the U S Navy during the Korean War.

Carle Roy R.
Born : 16Nov1923
Died : 30Jul1991
  Burial :
Oakdale Cemetery
Oakdale Township
Washington Co., IL.
  Served in World War II in the U S Navy

Carpenter, Jerome B.
Born : About 1838
      in New York
  Burial :
Unknown
  Jerome Carpenter, a farmer from Nashville, Washington Co., Illinois,
stood 5' 11" tall with yellow hair, blue eyes and a fair complexion.
He was born in Wyoming County, New York.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. H, 5th Illinois Cavalry Regiment
Enlisted on September 17, 1861 in Nashville, Washington Co., Illinois,
Mustered in as a Corporal and on December 8, 1861 in Springfield, Illinois.
as James Carpenter
Reenlisted on March 13, 1864 in Clear Creek, Mississippi.
Mustered in on March 14, 1864 in Hebron, Mississippi.
Mustered out on October 27, 1865 in Springfield , Illinois.

On October 17, 1912 - # 9878 - Admitted to
Soldier & Sailors' Home at Quincy, Illinois


Carr, Ephraim W.
Died : 28Aug1847
  Burial :
Unknown
  Served in the US-Mexican War as a Private
in Co. H of the 2nd Regiment Illinois Foot Volunteers
He enrolled at Nashville, Washington County
 
Ephraim W. Carr, died on ship-board, on the Gulf of Mexico, August 28, 1847.

Carr, James
Born : About 1839
      in Louisiana
Died : 18 / 21 Sep1864
      in Tennessee
  Burial :
Nashville National
Cemetery
Section G Site 8524
South Madison, TN
  James Carr a farmer from Raineysburg, Washington Co., IL.
stood 5' 8" tall with dark hair, gray eyes and a dark complexion.
He was born in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. I, 80th Illinois Infantry.
Enlisted on August 10, 1862 in Raineysburg, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on August 25, 1862 in Centralia, Illinois.
Died while in hospital on September 18 / 21, 1864 in Nashville, Tennessee.


Carr, Phillip H.
Born : About 1835
      in New York
  Burial :
Masonic Cemetery
Nashville Township
Washington Co., IL.

Block 3, Row 18, Grave X

  Philip H. Carr a married cigar maker from Dundee, Kane Co., IL.
stood 5' 7" tall with light hair, gray eyes and a light complexion.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. I, 13th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on May 24, 1861 in Dixon, Illinois
Mustered in as a Private on May 24, 1861 in Dixon, Illinois.
Dischaged as disabled (Blind) on September 19, 1861


Carrack see Carrick    

Carrick, John M.
Born : About 1837
  Burial :
Unknown
  Served during the Civil War
with Co. F, 10th Missouri Infantry
Enlisted as a Private 1Aug1861 at Coulterville, Illinois
Mustered in 10Aug1861 in St. Louis, Missouri
Discharged as disabled 23Oct1863

Carrick, Robert   Burial :
Oakdale Cemetery
Oakdale Township
Washington Co., IL.
  Served during the Civil War
with Co. I, 49th Illinois Infantry & 10th Missouri Infantry

Carrick, Robert, Jr.
Born : About 1826
      in Ireland
  Burial :
Unknown
  Robert Carrick, Jr., a married farmer from Nashville, Washington Co., IL.
stood 5' 6" tall with brown hair, blue eyes and a dark complexion.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. I, 49th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on September 1, 1861 in Ashley, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Wagoner on December 31, 1861 at Camp Butler, Illinois.
Mustered out on January 9, 1865 in Springfield, Illinois.


Carrick, Robert, Sr.
Born : About 1817
      in Ireland
  Burial :
Unknown
  Robert Carrick, Sr., a married farmer from Nashville, Washington Co., IL.
stood 5' 4" tall with brown hair, brown eyes and a dark complexion.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. I, 49th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on October 1, 1861 in Ashley, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on December 31, 1861 at Camp Butler, Illinois.
Discharged as disabled on December 8, 1862.


Carrick, Robert G.
Born : About 1841
      in Pennsylvania
  Burial :
Unknown
  Robert G. Carrick, a married farmer from Nashville, Washington Co., IL.
stood 5' 7" tall with brown hair, blue eyes and a dark complexion.
He was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. I, 49th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted as a Recruit on February 1, 1862 in Ashley, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on June 22, 1863 in Memphis, Tennessee.
Reenlisted as a Veteran on January 16, 1864
Mustered out on September 9, 1865 in Paducah, Kentucky.


Carrick, Robert M.
Born : 27Apr1836
      in Pennsylvania
Died : 28Jul1918
      in Illinois
  Burial :
Oakdale Cemetery
Oakdale Township
Washington Co., IL.
This cemetery
was known as
“Elkhorn Cemetery”
  Military Records show spelling as Carsick

Served with Co. F, 10th Missouri Infantry
Served as a Private from Elkhorn
At the age of 24, Enlisted in 1861 in Coulterville, Illinois
5' 10" tall, with blue eyes & fair hair & complexion

Received a gunshot wound in the shoulder May 22, at Vicksburg
      and wasn't treated for two days, probably because of enemy fire
      Several inches of bone were removed to save the arm and
      without any arm strength; his hand remained functional
Received an Honorable Discharge 30Sep1863

Son of James & Elizabeth (nee McCaulty) Carrick
Occupation at time of enlistment was Farmer
1860 Census = Washington County, Illinois
1870 Census = (spelling = Carick), Washington County, Illinois
Married Lucinda Jane "Cindy" Logan 7Oct1874 in Perry County, Illinois
1888 tax records - Pilot Knob Township, Washington County, Illinois
1900 Census = Washington County, Illinois
1910 Census = Washington County, Illinois
1918 - (28Jul1918) Died at home - Pilot Knob Twp., Washington Co., IL.
      of "Cancer of Stomach & senile gangrene of right forearm."

See : Obituary


Carrick, Thomas J.
Born : 4Apr1840
      in Pennsylvania
Died : 12Oct1916
      in Missouri
  Burial :
Carterville Cemetery
Section 2B, Lot 170
Carterville
Jasper County, Missouri.
  Thomas J. Carrick, a farmer from Raineysburg, Washington Co., IL.
The son of Thomas & Sarah (nee McClurky sp?)Carrick.
Father was born in Ireland and Mother was born in Scotland.
stood 5' 11" tall with brown hair, gray eyes and a light complexion.
He was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
 
Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. I, 80th Illinois Infantry.
Enlisted on August 10, 1862 in Raineysburg,, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on August 25, 1862 in Centralia, Illinois.
Wounded on May 26, 1864 in Dalton, Georgia.
Mustered out on June 10, 1865 at Camp Harker, Tennessee.
 
Thomas J. Carrick died at the age of 76 years, 6 months and 8 days
on October 12, 1916 in Jasper County, Missouri
 
Info & Death Certificate provided by Mike Jones
T. J. Carrick death certificate

Carruth, William see Caruth    

Carry, Hubert
Born : About 1837
      in Illinois
Died : 27Jun1863
      in Kentucky
  Burial :
Unknown
  Hubert Carry, a farmer from Lively Grove, Washington Co., IL.
stood 5' 6" tall with black hair, blue eyes and a dark complexion.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. B, 111th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on August 13, 1862 in Richview, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on September 18, 1862 at Camp Marshall, Illinois.
Died on June 27, 1863 in Paducah, Kentucky.


Carson, John Elwyn
Born : 23Aug1895
      in Illinois
Died : 21Oct1974
  Burial :
Oakdale Cemetery
Oakdale Township
Washington Co., IL.
  John Elwyn Carson
son of David Preston & Eleanor (neeTodd) Carson
Served as a Private in the U S Army

1900 Census = Pilot Knob, Washington County, Illinois
Married Edna Adams August 3, 1921
1930 Census = Pilot Knob, Washington County, Illinois


Carter, Emanuel C.   Burial :
Unknown
  Served in the US-Mexican War as a Private
in Co. H of the 2nd Regiment Illinois Foot Volunteers
He enrolled at Nashville, Washington County

Carter, Francis M.
Born : About 1841
      in Illinois
  Burial :
Unknown
  Francis M. Carter, a farmer from Richview, Washington Co., IL.
stood 5' 7" tall with light hair, blue eyes and a fair complexion.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. F, 49th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on November 6, 1861 in Richview, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on December 31, 1861 at Camp Butler, Illinois.
Reenlisted as a Veteran on January 1, 1864 in Memphis, Tennessee.
Mustered in on January 16, 1861 in Memphis, Tennessee.
Promoted to Sergeant on August 14, 1864.
Promoted to 1st Sergeant on January 9, 1865.
Commissioned 1st Lieutenant, but never mustered in at this rank.
Mustered out on September 9, 1865 in Paducah, Kentucky.


Carter, Henry ( ? John D. ? )
Born : About 1840
      in Illinois
  Burial :
Unknown
  Henry Carter, a farmer from Washington Co., IL.
stood 5' 10" tall with light hair, hazel eyes and a fair complexion.
He was born in St. Clair County, Illinois.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. K, 80th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on August 13, 1862 in Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on August 25, 1862 in Centralia, Illinois
Mustered out on June 10, 1865 at Camp Harker, Tennessee.


Carter, James M.
Born : 16Jan1841
      in Illinois
Died : 24Feb1875
      in Illinois
  Burial :
Masonic Cemetery
Nashville Township
Washington Co., IL.

Block 15, Row 10, Grave K

  James M. Carter, a farmer from Richview, Washington Co., IL.
stood 5' 7" tall with light hair, gray eyes and a light complexion.
He was born in Washington County, Illinois.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. B, 136th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on May 16, 1864 in Richview, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Sergeant and on June 1, 1864 in Centralia, Illinois.
Mustered out on October 22, 1864 in Springfield, Illinois.


Carter, John L.
Born : About 1847
      in Illinois
  Burial :
Beaucoup Cemetery
Beaucoup
Washington Co., IL.
  John L. Carter, a farmer from Nashville Washington Co., IL.
stood 5' 1" tall with light hair, dark eyes and a light complexion.
He was born in Washington County, Illinois.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. I, 154th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on February 4, 1865 in Nashville Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on February 18, 1865 at Camp Butler, Illinois.
Mustered out on September 18, 1865 in Nashville, Tennessee.


Carter, Richard P.   Burial :
Unknown
  Served in the US-Mexican War as a Corporal
in Co. H of the 2nd Regiment Illinois Foot Volunteers
He enrolled at Nashville, Washington County

Carter, Samuel L.
Born : About 1832
      in Tennessee
  Burial :
Unknown
  Samuel L. Carter, a carpenter from Nashville Washington Co., IL.
stood 6' 6" tall with dark hair, dark eyes and a dark complexion.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. I, 154th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted On February 4, 1865 in Nashville Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on February 20, 1865 at Camp Butler, Illinois.
Promoted to Corporal.
Mustered out on September 18, 1865 in Nashville, Tennessee.


Carter, William D.
Born : 2Jan1838
      in Illinois
Died : 27Oct1920
      in Illinois
  Burial :
Masonic Cemetery
Nashville Township
Washington Co., IL.

Block 15

  William D. Carter, from Nashville, Illinois
son of Livesay & Mary ( nee Moore ) Carter

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Headquarters Company, 44th Illinois Infantry
Commissioned as a Surgeon on October 1, 1862
was a 2nd Assistant Surgeon & 1st Assistant Surgeon.
Mustered out on September 25, 1865 at Camp Irwin in Port Lavaca, Texas.

Married Laura A. LeCompte 28Dec1868 in Nashville, IL.
1870 Census = Nashville, Washington County, Illinois
1880 Census = Nashville, Washington County, Illinois
Occupation = Physcian


Carter, William H.
Born : About 1842
      in Illinois
Died : 4May1917
      in Illinois
  Burial :
Unknown
  William H. Carter, a farmer from Ashley, Washington Co., IL.
stood 5' 4" tall with brown hair, brown eyes and a dark complexion.
He was born in Richview, Washington County, Illinois.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. B, 136th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on May 16, 1864 in Ashley, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on June 1, 1864 in Centralia, Illinois
Mustered out on October 22, 1864 in Springfield, Illinois.


Caruth, William
Born : About 1844
      in Ireland
  Burial :
Unknown
  William Caruth, a farmer from Coulterville, Randolph Co., IL.
stood 5' 7" tall with dark hair, hazel eyes and a dark complexion.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. H, 5th Illinois Cavalry Regiment
Enlisted in 1862.
Reenlisted on January 1, 1864 in Clear Creek, Mississippi.
Mustered in as a Private and on January 23, 1864 in Hebron, Mississippi.
Mustered out on October 27, 1865 in Springfield , Illinois

On May 29, 1911 - # 9475 - as Carruth, William,
was Admitted to the Soldier & Sailors' Home at Quincy, Illinois


Cary, Lyle W.
Colonel (retired) United States Air Force
Okawville, Illinois
  Col. Lyle W. Cary served in the United States Air Force from 1985-2010.
He served in the 8th Security Police Squadron, Republic of Korea, 1990-91,
and Headquarters Multinational Forces Iraq, Baghdad, Iraq, 2006.
 
Recipient of the :
      Legion of Merit.
      Bronze Star Medal.
      Air Force Meritorious Service Medal.
      Joint Service Commendation Medal.
      Air Force Commendation Medal.
      Air Force Achievement Medal.
      Iraq Campaign Medal.
      Defense of Korea Medal.
      Global War on Terrorism Medal.
      National Defense Medal.

Casey, Abraham
Born : About 1816
      in Illinois
  Burial :
Unknown
  Abraham Casey, a married carpenter from Richview, Washington Co., IL.
stood 5' 9" tall with black hair, gray eyes and a dark complexion.
He was born in Jefferson County, Illinois.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. B, 62nd Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on January 15, 1862 in Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Sergeant on April 10, 1862 in Jonesboro, Illinois.
Mustered out as a Private.
Mustered out on May 2, 1865 in Springfield, Illinois.


Casey, Hiram F.
Born : About 1843
Died : 20Jun1864
      in Louisianna
  Burial :
Listed as :
Casey, H. F.
Private
179 Ill Inf
DoD : 8Jun1864
Chalmette National
Historical Park
Site 4633
Chalmette, Louisianna
  Hiram F. Casey, a farmer from Richview, Washington Co., IL.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. I, 49th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted as a Recruit on November 5, 1863 in Richview, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on November 30, 1863 at Camp Yates, Illinois.
Wounded by accidental gun shots.
Died on June 20, 1864 in New Orleans, Louisianna


Casey, Pat
Born : About 1833
      in Ireland
  Burial :
Unknown
  Pat Casey, a laborer from Richview, Washington Co., IL.
stood 5' 5" tall with dark hair, blue eyes and a fair complexion.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. B, 62nd Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on January 15, 1862 in Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on April 10, 1862 in Jonesboro, Illinois.
Mustered out on May 2, 1865 in Springfield, Illinois.


Casey, Samuel M.
Born : About 1828
      in Tennessee
Died : 4Jul1862
      in Tennessee
  Burial :
Unknown
  Samuel M. Casey, a married farmer from Richview, Washington Co., IL.
stood 5' 10" tall with light hair, blue eyes and a light complexion.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. F, 49th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on December 21, 1861 in Richview, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Sergeant on December 31, 1861 at Camp Butler, Illinois.
Died on July 4, 1862 in Bethel, Tennessee of a disease.


Cash, Christopher C.   Burial :
Masonic Cemetery
Nashville Township
Washington Co., IL.

Block 14, Row 15, Grave I

  Served during the Civil War in the Union Army
with Co. D, 18th Missouri Regiment Infantry Volunteers
Drafted and mustered in on December 29, 1864 in St. Louis, Missouri.
Wounded at Riven's Bridge in South Carolina 3Feb1865
On February 3, 1865 a finger was amputated
Discharged as disabled on June 30, 1865.

Casner, Franklin
Born : About 1845
      in Illinois
  Burial :
Unknown
  Franklin Casner, a farmer from Ashley, Washington Co., IL.
stood 5' 7" tall with dark hair, gray eyes and a dark complexion.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. G, 13th Illinois Consolidated Cavalry
Enlisted on January 1, 1864 in Ashley, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on January 20, 1864 at Camp Butler, Illinois.
Mustered out on August 31, 1865 in Pine Bluff, Arkansas.


Casner, George W.
[ Casnor ]

Born : About 1843
      in Illinois
  Burial :
Unknown
  George W. Casner, a farmer from Ashley, Washington Co., IL.
stood 6' tall with black hair, blue eyes and a dark complexion.
he was born in Ashley, Washington County, Illinois.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. D, 110th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on September 2, 1862 in Ashley, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on September 11, 1862 in Anna, Illinois (Camp Anna).
Transferred to Co. A, 110th Illinois Consolidated Infantry
Mustered out on June 8, 1865 in Washington D. C.


Casner, John   Burial :
Unknown
  A Private in the Black Hawk War
in J Burns Company, 3rd Regiment, 3rd Brigade
enlisted from Washington County

Casner, Joseph
Born : About 1828
      in New Jersey
Died : 23Sep1864
      in Arkansas
  Burial :
Unknown
  Joseph Casner, a married farmer from Ashley, Washington Co., Illinois,
stood 5' 5" tall with dark hair, gray eyes and a fair complexion.
He was born in Morris County, New Jersey.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. D, 13th Illinois Consolidated Cavalry Regiment
Enlisted on January 25, 1864 in Ashley, Washington Co., Illinois.
Mustered in as a Private and on February 12, 1864 at Camp Butler, Illinois
Died on September 23, 1864 in Pine Bluff, Arkansas of a disease.

1860 Census = Jefferson County, Illinois


Casselberry, Merida
Born : About 1838
      in Illinois
Died : 20Jan1862
      in Missouri
  Burial :
Unknown
  Merida Casselberry, a farmer from Nashville, Washington Co., Illinois,
stood 5' 7" tall with dark hair, dark eyes and a dark complexion.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. F, 44th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on July 1, 1861 in Ashley, Washington Co., Illinois.
Mustered in as a Private on September 13, 1861 in Chicago, Illinois.
Died on January 20, 1862 in Rolla, Missouri of smallpox.


Cates, Jason A.
Born : About 1844
      in Tennessee
  Burial :
Unknown
  Jason A. Cates, a farmer from Nashville, Washington Co., Illinois,
stood 5' 10" tall with light hair, blue eyes and a light complexion.
He was born in Bedford County, Tennessee.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. I, 154th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on February 4, 1865 in Nashville Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on February 18, 1865 at Camp Butler, Illinois.
Mustered out on September 18, 1865 in Nashville, Tennessee.


Cates, William T.
Born : About 1846
      in Tennessee
  Burial :
Unknown
  William T. Cates, a farmer from Nashville, Washington Co., Illinois,
stood 5' 6" tall with light hair, blue eyes and a light complexion.
He was born in Bedford County, Tennessee.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. I, 154th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on February 4, 1865 in Nashville Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on February 18, 1865 at Camp Butler, Illinois.
Mustered out on September 18, 1865 in Nashville, Tennessee.


Catlin, Edward
[ Gatline ]

Born : About 1845
      in Illinois
  Burial :
Unknown
  Edward Catlin, a farmer from Richview, Washington Co., Illinois,
stood 5' 5" tall with light hair, gray eyes and a fair complexion.
He was born in Washington County, Illinois.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. B, 111th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on September 18, 1863 in Richview, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on December 9, 1863 in Pulaski, Tennessee.
Transferred to Co. D, 48th Illinois Infantry on May 31, 1865.
Discharged as disabled on July 9, 1865


Caton, Wislon T.
Born : 8Mar1837
      in Tennessee
Died : 24Jan1893
  Burial :
McCune Cemetery
Crawford County, Kansas.
  Wilson T. Caton, a married blacksmith from Tamaroa, Perry Co., IL.
stood 5' 10" tall with light hair, blue eyes, and a fair complexion
He was born in Obion County, Tennessee.
(Illinois archives show he was born in North Carolina)
 
Served during the Civil War with the Union Army
with Co. D, 89th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on August 14, 1862 in Chicago, IL.
Mustered in as a Private on August 25, 1862 in Chicago, IL.
Promoted to Sergeant on May 25, 1862
Mustered out on June 10, 1865 in Nashville, Tennessee.
 
He married Amelia "Milly" Logan.
      Amelia "Milly" Logan was born in Washington or Perry County, IL, in 1839.
1860 Census - Pilot Knob Precinct, Washington County, IL.
1870 Census - Tamaroa, Perry Co., IL.
1880 Census - Rockwood Precinct, Randolph County, IL.
By 1885 W.T. and Amelia and their children were living in
      City of McCune, Crawford Co., Kansas.
He died 24 January 1893.
Amelia "Milly" Logan Caton died in either 1893 or 1895.
Wilson T. Caton has a Government (Civil War veteran) tombstone
Wilson T. Caton, Amelia, and a son, Blanchard Caton, are buried in
      McCune Cemetery, Crawford Co., Kansas.
 
Above information furnished by : Mike Jones

Cavender, Archibald L.
Born : About 1831
      in Tennessee
  Burial :
Cavender Gravesite
Pilot Knob Township
Washington Co., IL.

View :
Tombstome & Gravesite

  Archibald L. Cavender, a married blacksmith
from Nashville, Washington County, Illinois,
stood 5' 8" tall with light hair, blue eyes and a light complexion.
He was born in Franklin, Williamson County, Tennessee.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. D, 48th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on August 27, 1861 in Nashville, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Sergeant on October 15, 1861 at Camp Butler, Illinois.

1865 Illinois Census = Pilot Knob Precinct, Washington County, Illinois


Caves, George

Born : About 1839
      in Ireland
  Burial :
Unknown
  George Caves, a laborer from Richview, Washington Co., Illinois,
stood 5' 10" tall with gray hair, hazel eyes and a fair complexion.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. B, 62nd Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on January 15, 1862 in Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on April 10, 1862 in Jonesboro, Illinois.
Absent - sick in hospital in Memphis, Tennessee.


Champion, Samuel
Born : About 1816
      in Illinois
  Burial :
Richview Township
Cemetery
Richview Township
Washington Co., IL.

Tombstone
Photo
Available

  Samuel Champion, a married farmer from Anna, Union Co., IL.
stood 5' 6" tall with light hair, gray eyes and a darkcomplexion.
He was born in Jefferson County, Illinois.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. B, 60th Illinois Infantry Regiment
Enlisted on December 16, 1861 in Union Co., Illinois.
Mustered in as a Private on February 17, 1862 in Anna, Illinois.


Chapman, James M.
Born : 19Mar1847
      in Illinois
Died : 21Jun1921
      in Illinois
  Burial :
Masonic Cemetery
Nashville Township
Washington Co., IL.

Block 3, Row 14, Grave V

  James M. Chapman, a farmer from Raneysburg, Washington Co., IL.
stood 5' 9" tall with light hair, blue eyes and a light complexion.
He was born in Franklin County, Illinois.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. B, 136th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on May 16, 1864 in Raneysburg, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on June 1, 1864 in Centralia, Illinois.
Mustered out on October 22, 1864 in Springfield, Illinois.


Chapman, John W. L.
Born : About 1839
      in Tennessee
Died : 6Mar1864
      in Alabama
  Burial :
Chattanooga National
Cemetery
Section H Site 11001
Chattanooga, TN
  John W. L. Chapman, a teacher from Raineysburg, Washington Co., IL.
stood 5' 8" tall with light hair, blue eyes and a light complexion.
He was born in Lebanon, Wilson County, Tennessee.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. I, 80th Illinois Infantry.
Enlisted on August 10, 1862 in Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Corporal on August 25, 1862 in Centralia, Illinois.
Promoted to Sergeant
Died while in hospital on March 6, 1864 in Bridgeport, Alabama.


Chapman, William A.
Born : About 1846
  Burial :
Unknown
  William A. Chapman, from Nashville, Washington Co., IL.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. D, 48th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted as a Recruit on February 18, 1864 in Nashville, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on March 7, 1864 in Centralia, Illinois.
Mustered out on August 15, 1865 in Little Rock, Arkansas.


Cherry, George
Born : in Ireland
Died : 2Mar1857
      in Illinois
  Burial :
Oakdale Cemetery
Oakdale Township
Washington Co., IL.
  Served as a Private in the U S Army
in the Revolutionary War
in Captain Side's South Carolina Volunteers
He died in Perry County, Illinois

Cherry, Henry   Burial :
Unknown
  A Sergeant in the Black Hawk War
in J Burns Company, 3rd Regiment, 3rd Brigade
enlisted from Washington County

Chesney, William
Born : About 1824
      in Illinois
  Burial :
Unknown
  William Chesney, a farmer from Plum Hill, Washington Co., Illinois,
stood 6' tall with light hair, dark eyes and a dark complexion.
He was born in Washington County, Illinois.
 
Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. I, 154th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on February 4, 1865 in Nashville Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on February 17, 1865 at Camp Butler, Illinois.
Mustered out on September 18, 1865 in Nashville, Tennessee.

Christain, Charles
Died : 14Oct1847
      in Mexico
  Burial :
Unknown
  Served in the US-Mexican War as a Private
in Co. H of the 2nd Regiment Illinois Foot Volunteers
He enrolled at Nashville, Washington County
 
Charles Christian died on October 14, 1847, at Vera Cruz.

Church, Robert H.
Born : About 1844
      in Illinois
Died : 3Dec1916
      in Illinois
  Burial :
I. O. O. F. Cemetery
Ashley, Illinois
Ashley Township
Washington Co., IL.
  Robert H. Church, from DuQuoin, Perry Co., Illinois,

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. A, 81st Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on January 13, 1864 in DuQuoin, Perry Co., Illinois.
Mustered in as a Private on January 31, 1864 in Springfield, Illinois.
Captured on June 1, 1864 at Guntown, Mississippi
- - No discharge furnished - - possibly released in May of 1865
Transferred to Co. E, 58st Illinois Consolidated Infantry on July 17, 1865.
Mustered out on April 1, 1866 in Montgomery, Alabama.

See : Obituary


Clark, Albert Grayson
Born : 30Oct1895
Died : 17Oct1922
      in Illinois
  Burial :
Liberty Cemetery
Ashley Township
Washington Co., IL.
  Served as a Private First Class
with 341st Quartermaster Corps

Clark, Alva J.
Born : 28Feb1914
Died : 14Oct1995
  Burial :
Masonic Cemetery
Nashville Township
Washington Co., IL.

Block 3, Row 18, Grave V

  Alva J. Clark,

Served during World War II
as an S 1, with the United States Coast Guard


Clark, Cornelius M.
Born : About 1841
      in Vermont
  Burial :
Unknown
  Cornelius M. Clark, a farmer from Hoyleton, Washington Co., IL.
stood 5' 5" tall with light hair, blue eyes and a light complexion.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. H, 88th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on August 13, 1862 in Chicago, Illinois.
Mustered in as a Private on August 27, 1862 in Chicago, Illinois.
transferred to Veterans Reserve Corp on July 10, 1865.


Clark, Harvey
Born : About 1846
      in Illinois
  Burial :
Unknown
  Harvey Clark, a farmer from Ashley, Washington Co., IL.
stood 5' 6" tall with brown hair, brown eyes and a light complexion.
He was born in Ashley, Washington County, Illinois.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. B, 136th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on May 26, 1864 in Ashley, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on June 1, 1864 in Centralia, Illinois.
Mustered out on October 22, 1864 in Springfield, Illinois.


Clark, James S.
Born : About 1844
      in Illinois
  Burial :
Possibly
Hampton National
      Cemetery
Section C Site 1873
Hampton, VA.
  James S. Clark, a farmer from Washington Co., IL.
stood 5' 7" tall with dark hair, black eyes and a darkcomplexion.
He was born in Washington County, Illinois.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. G, 111th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on August 14, 1862 in Centralia, Illinois.
Mustered in as a Private on September 18, 1862 at Camp Marshall, Illinois.
Died on November 26, 1864 in Nashville, Tennessee of a disease.


Clark, Stanley Milton
Born : 30Oct1895
Died : 10Sep1946
  Burial :
Liberty Cemetery
Ashley Township
Washington Co., IL.
  Served in World War I
with 331st Infantry, 83rd Division

Clark, Warner E.
Born : 26May1916
Died : 14Nov1991
  Burial :
North Prairie
      Cemetery
Hoyleton Township
Washington Co., IL.
  Served in World War II
as a Staff Sergeant in the U S Army

Clark, William T.
Born : About 1844
      in Illinois
  Burial :
Unknown
  William T. Clark, a farmer from Richview, Washington Co., IL.
stood 5' 5" tall with black hair, black eyes and a darkcomplexion.
He was born in Washington County, Illinois.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. B, 62nd Illinois Infantry
Enlisted January 15, 1862 in Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on April 10, 1862 in Jonesboro, Illinois.
Reenlisted on February 1, 1864 in Little Rock, Arkansas.
Mustered in on March 24, 1864 in Little Rock, Arkansas.
Transferred to Co. B, 62nd Illinois Consolidated Infantry
Promoted to Sergeant.
Mustered out on March 6, 1866 in Little Rock, Arkansas.


Clarke, Alfred
Born : About 1819
      in New York
Died : 13Sep1864
      in Arkansas
  Burial :
Little Rock
National Cemetery
Section 4 Site 2969
Little Rock, Arkansas
  Alfred Clarke, a farmer from Ashley, Washington Co., IL.,
stood 5' 8" tall with dark hair, dark eyes and a dark complexion.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. G, 13th Illinois Consolidated Cavalry
Enlisted on December 21, 1863 in Ashley, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on January 20, 1864 at Camp Butler, Illinois.
Died of a disease in Pine Bluff, Arkansas on September 13, 1864


Clayton, John W.
Born : 3Feb1843
      in Kentucky
Died : 3Jun1867
  Burial :
Masonic Cemetery
Nashville Township
Washington Co., IL.

Block 15, Row 6, Grave J

  John W. Clayton, from Nashville, Washington Co., IL.,
stood 5' 10" tall with light hair, blue eyes and a light complexion.
He was born in Cadiz, Trigg County, Kentucky.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. D, 48th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on August 27, 1861 in Nashville, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on October 15, 1861 at Camp Butler, Illinois.
Reenlisted as a Veteran on January 1, 1864 in Scottsboro, Alabama.
Mustered in on January 19, 1864 in Scottsboro, Alabama.
Mustered out on August 15, 1865 in Little Rock, Arkansas.
listed as Absent on furlough.


Clean, John M.
this may be
McLean, John
  Burial :
? Elkhorn ?
Oakdale Cemetery
Washington Co., IL.
  Served during the Civil War
with Co. F, 10th Missouri Infantry

Cline, Harvey
Born : About 1842
      in Ohio
  Burial :
Unknown
  Harvey Cline, a farmer from Washington Co., IL.,
stood 5' 8" tall with light hair, gray eyes and a light complexion.
He was born in Logan County, Ohio.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. A, 18th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on May 28, 1861 in Anna, Illinois.
Mustered in as a Private on May 28, 1861 in Anna, Illinois.


Clinger, Marshall
Born : About 1843
      in Ireland
  Burial :
Unknown
  Marshall Clinger, a laborer from Richview, Washington Co., IL.,
stood 5' 4" tall with dark hair, blue eyes and a fair complexion.
He was born in Ireland or Marshall County, Indiana.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. B, 62nd Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on January 15, 1862 in Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on April 10, 1862 in Jonesboro, Illinois.
Reenlisted as a Veteran on February 1, 1864 in Little Rock, Arkansas.
Mustered in on March 24, 1864 in Little Rock, Arkansas.
Transferred to Co. B, 62nd Illinois Consolidated Infantry
Mustered out on March 6, 1866 in Little Rock, Arkansas.


Clinger, Milton B.
Born : About 1841
      in Indiana
  Burial :
Unknown
  Milton B. Clinger, a farmer from Ashley, Washington Co., IL.,
stood 5' 9" tall with dark hair, black eyes and a dark complexion.
He was born in Shleby County, Indiana.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. G, 13th Illinois Consolidated Cavalry
Enlisted on December 21, 1863 in Ashley, Washington Co., IL.,
Mustered in as a Corporal on January 20, 1864 at Camp Butler, Illinois.
Promoted to Sergeant
Mustered out on August 31, 1865 in Pine Bluff, Arkansas.


Clouser, William J.
Born : ~ ~ ~ ~
Died : 25May1939
  Burial :
North Prairie
      Cemetery
Hoyleton Township
Washington Co., IL.
  Served in the Korean War
as a Corporal in the U S Army

Cobb, Thomas H.
Born : About 1830
      in Illinois
  Burial :
Unknown
  Thomas H. Cobb, a farmer from Richview, Washington Co., IL.
stood 5' 8" tall with light hair, blue eyes and a fair complexion.
He was born in St. Clair County, Illinois.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. B, 111th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on August 13, 1862 in Richview, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on September 18, 1862 at Camp Marshall, Illinois.
Discharged as disabled on June 10, 1865 in St. Louis, Missouri.


Cogswell, John W.   Burial :
Unknown
  Served during the Civil War in the Union Army
with Co. F, 10th Missouri Infantry
Served as a Private from Elkhorn

Cole, William C.
Born : About 1831
      in New York
  Burial :
Unknown
  William C. Cole, a farmer from Hoyleton, Washington Co., IL.
stood 5' 11" tall with brown hair, blue eyes and a light complexion.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. H, 88th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on August 13, 1862 in Chicago, Illinois.
Mustered in as a Private on August 27, 1862 in Chicago, Illinois.
transferred to Veterans Reserve Corp on November 1, 1863.


Collins, Charles W.
Born : About 1832
      in New York
Died : 7Apr1863
      in Tennessee
  Burial :
Stones River
National Battlefield
Section C Site 4812
Murfreesboro, TN
  Charles W. Collins, a married farmer from Nashville, Washington Co., IL.
stood 5' 10" tall with dark hair, gray eyes and a dark complexion.
He was born in Holster, New York.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. I, 80th Illinois Infantry.
Enlisted on August 10, 1862 in Nashville, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on August 25, 1862 in Centralia, Illinois.
Promoted to Sergeant
Died while in hospital on April 7, 1863 in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.


Commonford, John
Born : About 1831
      in Ireland
  Burial :
Unknown
  John Commonford, a farmer from Nashville, Washington Co., IL.
stood 5' 7" tall with light hair, blue eyes and a light complexion.
He was born in Roscommon, Ireland.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. D, 48th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on August 27, 1861 in Nashville, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on October 15, 1861 at Camp Butler, Illinois.
Reenlisted as a Veteran on January 1, 1864 in Scottsboro, Alabama.
Mustered in on January 19, 1864 in Scottsboro, Alabama.
Discharged as disabled, with rheumatism, on June 25, 1865


Conlee, A. Jackson
Born : About 1839
      in Illinois
  Burial :
Unknown
  A. Jackson Conlee, a married brickmaker from Richview, Washington Co., IL.
stood 5' 9" tall with black hair, gray eyes and a fair complexion.
He was born in Collinsville, Madison County, Illinois.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. D, 110th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on August 8, 1862 in Centralia, Illinois.
Mustered in as a Private on September 11, 1862 in Anna, Illinois.
Promoted to 1st Sergeant
Transferred to Co. A 110th Illinois Consolidated Infantry
Mustered in on December 19, 1863 in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Promoted to 2nd Lieutenant on May 16,1863
Transferred to Co. A 110th Illinois Consolidated Infantry
Mustered in on December 19, 1863 in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Promoted to 1st Lieutenant on January 2,1864
Mustered in on February 22, 1864 in Rossville, Georgia.
Mustered out on June 8, 1865 in Washington D. C.


Conry, Peter
Born : About 1844
      in Illinois
  Burial :
Unknown
  Peter Conry, a farmer from Ashley, Washington Co., Illinois,
stood 4' 10" tall with dark hair, blue eyes and a fair complexion.
He was born in Ashley, Washington County, Illinois.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. I, 49th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on September 1, 1861 in Ashley, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on December 31, 1861 at Camp Butler, Illinois.
Deserted on May 2, 1863.


Conway, Joseph
Born : About 1831
      in Ireland
  Burial :
Unknown
  Joseph Conway, a laborer from Lively Grove, Washington Co., IL.,
stood 5' 4" tall with bown hair, blue eyes and a fair complexion.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with the Springfield (Illinois) Independent Light Artillery
Enlisted on February 24, 1865 in Alton, Illinois.
Mustered in as a Private on February 24, 1865 in Alton, Illinois.


Cook, A. Lawrence
Born : About 1819
      in New York
  Burial :
Unknown
  A. Lawrence Cook, a printer from Ashley, Washington Co., IL.,
stood 5' 10" tall with light hair, blue eyes and a light complexion.
He was born in New York, New York.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. I, 16th Illinois Cavalry
Enlisted on January 1, 1863 in DuQuoin, Perry Co. Illinois.
Mustered in as a Private on January 21, 1863 in Springfield, Illinois
Mustered out on August 19, 1865 in Nashville, Tennessee.


Cook, Andrew (John)
Born : About 1840
      in Pennsylvania
  Burial :
Oakdale Cemetery
Oakdale Township
Washington Co., IL.
  Andrew Cook, a farmer from Randolph Co., IL.,
stood 5' 10" tall with light hair, blue eyes and a light complexion.
He was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. F, 80th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on August 15, 1862 in Randolph Co., IL.,
Mustered in as a Private on August 25, 1862 in Centralia, Illinois.
Transferred to Veterans Reserve Corp on May 1, 1864


Cook, Clem Roy
Born : 12Feb1908
Died : 26Sep1977
  Burial :
Oakdale Cemetery
Oakdale Township
Washington Co., IL.
  Served in World War II
as a Private in the United States Army

Cook, Godfred
Born : About 1844
      in Germany
  Burial :
Unknown
  Godfred Cook, a farmer from Nashville, Washington Co., IL.,
stood 5' 7" tall with light hair, gray eyes and a light complexion.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
in Co. I of the 80th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on August 10, 1862 in Nashville, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on August 25, 1862 in Centralia, Illinois.
Mustered out on June 10, 1865 at Camp Harker, Tennessee.


Cook, Harold Dean
Born : 19Feb1949
Died : 10Jan1998
  Burial :
Oakdale Cemetery
Oakdale Township
Washington Co., IL.
  Served in the Viet Nam War
as a Private First Class in the United States Marines

Cook, William   Burial :
Unknown
  Served in the US-Mexican War as a Private
in Co. H of the 2nd Regiment Illinois Foot Volunteers
He enrolled at Nashville, Washington County

Coons, George P.
Born : About 1840
      in New York
Died : 22Jun1864
      in Tennessee
  Burial :
George P. Coons
Sergeant
DoD : 06Jun1864
Section K - Site10078
Chattanooga National
Cemetery
Chattanooga, TN.

George H. Coons
DoD : 22Jun1864

Section H - Site10974
Chattanooga National
Cemetery
Chattanooga, TN.

  George P. Coons, a clerk from Ashley, Washington Co., IL.
stood 5' 10" tall with light hair, light eyes and a light complexion.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. F, 44th Illinois Infantry Regiment
Enlisted on July 1, 1861 in Ashley, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Corporal on September 13, 1861 in Chicago, Illinois.
Promoted to Sergeant.
Wounded and died on June 22, 1864 in Chattanooga, Tennessee


Cooper, William P.
Born : About 1844
      in Illinois
  Burial :
Unknown
  William P. Cooper, a harness maker from Richview, Washington Co., IL.
stood 5' 11" tall with dark hair, hazel eyes and a dark complexion.
He was born in Marion County, Illinois.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. B, 62nd Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on January 15, 1862 in Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Sergeant on April 10, 1862 in Jonesboro, Illinois.
Mustered out on May 2, 1864 in Springfield, Illinois.


Copple, James
Born : About 1843
      in Illinois
  Burial :
Unknown
  James Copple, a farmer from Richview, Washington Co., IL.,
stood 5' 8" tall with black hair, hazel eyes and a dark complexion.

During the Civil War for the Union Army,
in Co. F of the 49th Illinois Infantry
joined on December 30, 1861 in Richview, Washington Co., IL.,
Mustered in as a Private on December 31, 1861 at Camp Butler, Illinois.
Dropped from the rolls; having been falsely mustered.


Corr, Asa B.
Born : 18Sep1927
Died : 27Jul1992
  Burial :
Old Concord
      Cemetery
Pilot Knob Township
Washington Co., IL.
  Served as a Private in the U S Army

Correll, George M.
Born : About 1844
Died : 20Jun1864
      in Louisianna
  Burial :
Unknown
  George M. Correll, from Richview, Washington Co., IL.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. I, 49th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted as a Recruit on November 5, 1863 in Richview, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private November 30, 1863 at Camp Yates, Illinois.
Mustered out on September 9, 1865 in Paducah, Kentucky.


Correll, Jacob
Born : About 1844
      in Pennsylvania
  Burial :
Unknown
  Jacob Correll, a farmer from Ashley, Washington Co., IL.
stood 5' 5" tall with light hair, gray eyes and a light complexion.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. G, 13th Illinois Consolidated Cavalry
Enlisted on December 21, 1863 in Ashley, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on January 20, 1864 at Camp Butler, Illinois.
Mustered out on August 31, 1865 in Pine Bluff, Arkansas.


Coultas, Ray E.
Born : 1Aug1925
Died : 6May1981
  Burial :
Liberty Cemetery
Ashley Township
Washington Co., IL.
  Served in the US Air Force
during
World War II
Korean War
Viet Nam War

Coulter, James R.
Born : About 1832
      in Illinois
  Burial :
Old Salem Cemetery
Lively Grove Township
Washington Co., IL.
  James R. Coulter, a farmer from Randolph Co., IL.
stood 5' 8" tall with dark hair, blue eyes and a dark complexion.
He was born in Washington County, Illinois.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. I, 22nd Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on June 25, 1861 in Caseyville, Illinois.
Mustered in as a Private on June 25, 1861 in Caseyville, Illinois.
Mustered out on July 7, 1864 in Springfield, Illinois.


Coulter, Robert S.
Born : About 1834
      in Illinois
  Burial :
Unknown
  Roberet S. Coulter, a farmer from Randolph Co., IL.
stood 5' 6" tall with dark hair, blue eyes and a dark complexion.
He was born in Washington County, Illinois.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. I, 22nd Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on June 25, 1861 in Caseyville, Illinois.
Mustered in as a Private on June 25, 1861 in Caseyville, Illinois.
Mustered out on July 7, 1864 in Springfield, Illinois.


Coulter, Samuel L.
Born : 14Aug1840
      in Illinois
Died : 6Nov1918
      in Illinois
  Burial :
Oakdale Cemetery
Oakdale Township
Washington Co., IL.
  Samuel Leiper Coulter, a farmer from Marissa
son of Robert Stuart & Isabelle (nee Wylie) Coulter
stood 5' 7" tall with auburn hair, grey eyes and a fair complexion.
He was born in Washington County, Illinois.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. B, 111th Illinois Infantry
Joined on August 13, 1862 in Richview, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Sergeant on September 18, 1862 at Camp Marshall, Illinois
Promoted to 1stLieutenant on December 13, 1864 (effective 31Jan1865)
Mustered in on March 27, 1865 in Goldsboro, North Carolina
Promoted to Captain on May 15, 1865, but never mustered in at this rank.
Mustered out as a 1st Lieutenant on June 6, 1865 in Washington D. C..

1880 Census = Elkton, Washington County, Illinois
1900 Census = Oakdale, Washington County, Illinois

See : Obituary


Courtney, James Pleasant
Born : About 1842
      in Tennessee
  Burial :
Unknown
  James Pleasant Courtney, a farmer from Richview, Washington County, Illinois
stood 6' 1" tall with brown hair, black eyes and a fair complexion.
He was born in Knox County, Tennessee

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. C., 60th Illinois Infantry Regiment
Enlisted on February 10, 1862 in Washington County, Illinois.
Mustered in on February 21, 1862 in Jonesboro, Illinois
Promoted to Corporal
Reenlisted as a Veteran on February 18, 1864 in Rossville, Georgia
Mustered in on February 22 , 1864 in Rossville, Georgia
Promoted to Sergeant on on July 1, 1865
Mustered out as a Sergeant on July 31, 1865 in Louisville, Kentucky.


Courtney, Samuel C.
Born : About 1844
      in Tennessee
Died : 3Feb1865
  Burial :
Unknown
  Samuel C. Courtney, a farmer from Nashville, Washington County, Illinois
stood 5' 11" tall with brown hair, gray eyes and a fair complexion.
He was born in Knox County, Tennessee

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. C.of the 60th Regiment, Illinois Infantry,
Enlisted as a Recruit on September 3, 1862
Mustered in as a Private on September 16, 1862.
Died on February 3, 1865


Cowen, James   Burial :
Unknown
  James Cowen, from Nashville, Washington Co., IL.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. H, 5th Illinois Cavalry Regiment
Enlisted on February 16, 1864.
Mustered in as a Private
Discharged as disabled on June 9, 1865.


Cowen, William
Born : About 1841
  Burial :
Unknown
  William Cowen, from Washington Co., IL.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. D, 5th Illinois Cavalry Regiment
Enlisted on January 5, 1864 in Olney, Illinois.
Mustered in as a Private on February 8, 1864 in Springfield, Illinois
Mustered out on October 27, 1865 in Springfield, Illinois


Cowin, Mashak
Born : About 1836
      in North Carolina
  Burial :
Unknown
  Mashak Cowin, a married farmer from Washington County, Illinois
stood 5' 5" tall with dark hair, black eyes and a dark complexion.
He was born in Hinds County, North Carolina.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. G, 111th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on August 11, 1862 in Centralia, Illinois.
Mustered in as a Private on September 18, 1862 at Camp Marshall, Illinois.
Mustered out on June 6, 1865 in Washington D. C.
listed as Absent sick.


Cox, David H.
Born : About 1820
  Burial :
Unknown
  David H. Cox, a married farmer from Ashley, Washington Co., Illinois
stood 5' 5" tall with light hair, light eyes and a light complexion.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. F, 44th Illinois Infantry Regiment
Enlisted on July 1, 1861 in Ashley, Washington Co., Illinois
Mustered in as a Sergeant on September 13, 1861 in Chicago, Illinois.
Discharged as disabled on September 17, 1862.


Cox, Moses
Born : About 1827
      in Illinois
  Burial :
Unknown
  Moses Cox, a married farmer Nashville, Washington Co., IL.
stood 6' tall with dark hair, hazel eyes and a dark complexion.
He was born in St. Clair County, Illinois.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. H, 5th Illinois Cavalry Regiment
Enlisted on September 17, 1861 in Nashville, Washington Co., IL.
Muastered in as a Wagoner on December 8, 1861 in Springfield, Illinois.
Discharged as disabled on May 8, 1862.
 
1850 Census = District 20, Washington County, Illinois


Cox, Ninean E.
Born : 1831
      in Illinois
Died : 1912
  Burial :
Oswego Cemetery
Plot 6
Oswego,
Labette County, Kansas.
 
Tombstone photo available at :
Find A Grave
Memorial# 35001329
  Ninean E. Cox, a married farmer from Nashville, Washington Co., IL.
stood 6' tall with black hair, hazel eyes and a dark complexion.
He was born in St. Clair County, Illinois.
 
Records show spelling as 'Ninian' E. Cox
Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. B, 111th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on August 13, 1862 in Richview, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on September 18, 1862 at Camp Marshall, Illinois.
Promoted to Corporal.
Mustered out on June 6, 1865 in Washington D. C.

Cox, William
Born : About 1839
      in Illinois
  Burial :
Unknown
  William Cox, a married farmer from Nashville, Washington Co., IL.
stood 6' tall with light hair, blue eyes and a fair complexion.
He was born in Washington County, Illinois.
 
Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. H, 5th Illinois Cavalry Regiment
Enlisted on September 17, 1861 in Nashville, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on December 8, 1861 in Springfield, Illinois.
Reenlisted as a Veteran on March 13, 1864 in Clear Creek, Mississippi.
Mustered in on March 14, 1864 in Hebron, Mississippi.
Promoted to Quartemaster Sergeant
Promoted to 1st Sergeant on September 1, 1865
Offered commission to 2nd Lieutenant, which he declined.
Mustered out on October 27, 1865 in Springfield, Illinois.

Cox, William D.
Born : About 1841
      in Illinois
  Burial :
Unknown
  William D. Cox, a farmer from Nashville, Washington Co., IL.
stood 5' 9" tall with light hair, blue eyes and a light complexion.
He was born in Pinckneyville, Perry County, Illinois.
 
Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. D, 48th Illinois Infantry Regiment
Enlisted on August 27, 1861 in Nashville, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on October 15, 1861 at Camp Butler, Illinois.
Reenlisted as a Veteran on January 1, 1864 in Scottsboro, Alabama.
Mustered in on January 19, 1864 in Scottsboro, Alabama.
Promoted to Sergeant on April 13, 1864
Promoted to 1st Lieutenant (eff: 1Apr1865)
Reenlisted on April 1, 1865 in Goldsboro, North Carolina.
Mustered in on April 4, 1865 in Goldsboro, North Carolina.
Discharged on August 15, 1865 in Little Rock, Arkansas

Cox, William E.
Born : About 1841
      in Illinois
  Burial :
Unknown
  William E. Cox, from Nashville, Washington Co., IL.
stood 5' 4" tall with light hair, blue eyes and a fair complexion.
He was born in Washington County, Illinois.
 
Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. H, 5th Illinois Cavalry Regiment
Enlisted on September 17, 1861 in Nashville, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on December 8, 1861 in Springfield, Illinois.
Reenlisted on January 1, 1864 in Clear Creek, Mississippi.
Mustered in on January 23, 1864 in Hebron, Mississippi.
Mustered out on October 27, 1865 in Springfield, Illinois.

Coy, Joseph S.
Born : About 1835
      in Canada
  Burial :
Unknown
  Joseph S. Coy, a farmer from Richview, Washington Co., IL.
stood 6' tall with dark hair, gray eyes and a fair complexion.
 
Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. B, 62nd Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on January 15, 1862 in Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Corporal on April 10, 1862 Jonesboro, Illinois
Discharged for promotion to Sergeant on June 29, 1863.
Promoted to Sergeant on June 29, 1863.

Coyn, James
Born : About 1836
      in Ireland
  Burial :
Unknown
  James Coyn, a farmer from Nashville, Washington Co., IL.
stood 5' 8 tall with dark hair, dark eyes and a dark complexion.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. D, 48th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on August 27, 1861 in Nashville, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on October 15, 1861 at Camp Butler, Illinois.


Crabtree, James
Born : 20Feb1762
      in Virginia
Died : 1834      in Illinois
  Burial :
Unknown
  James Crabtree
son of William & Hannah (nee Whitaker) Crabtree
Served as a Private / Ensign in the Revolutionary War
[some claim he attained the rank of Captain]
with the Virginia Continental Army
He died in Washington County, Illinois

Crabtree, James   Burial :
Unknown
  Served in the US-Mexican War as a Private
in Co. H of the 2nd Regiment Illinois Foot Volunteers
He enrolled at Nashville, Washington County

Crabtree, Webster
Born : About 1830
      in Tennessee
Died : 4Feb1863
      in Kentucky
  Burial :
Stones River
National Battlefield
Murfreesboro, TN
  Webster Crabtree, a married farmer from Nashville, Washington Co., IL.
stood 6' 2" tall with light hair, gray eyes and a dark complexion.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. I, 80th Illinois Infantry.
Enlisted on August 1, 1862 in Nashville, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on August 25, 1862 in Centralia, Illinois.
Died while in hospital on February 24, 1863 in Mumfordsville, Kentucky.


Craft, John A.   Burial :
Unknown
  Served in the US-Mexican War as a Private
in Co. H of the 2nd Regiment Illinois Foot Volunteers
He enrolled at Nashville, Washington County

Craig, Samuel
Born : About 1843
      in Illinois
Died : 12Nov1862
      in Tennessee
  Burial :
Unknown
  Samuel Craig, a farmer from Richview, Washington Co., IL.
stood 5' 8" tall with dark hair, blue eyes and a dark complexion.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. F, 49th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on December 29, 1861 in Richview, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on December 31, 1861 at Camp Butler, Illinois.
Died on November 12, 1862 in Bethel, Tennessee.


Crain, John   Burial :
Masonic Cemetery
Nashville Township
Washington Co., IL.
   

Crain, Hiram
Born : About 1816
  Burial :
Unknown
  Hiram Crain, a married Physician from Nashville, Washington Co., IL.
stood 6' tall with light hair, gray eyes and a light complexion.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. D, 48th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on August 15, 1861 in Nashville, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on October 15, 1861 at Camp Butler, Illinois.
Discharged on August 12, 1862 in Bethel, Tennessee.


Crain, Lewis T. (G.)
Born : About 1819
      in Tennessee
  Burial :
Unknown
  Lewis T. Crain, a farmer from Nashville, Washington Co., IL.
stood 5' 11" tall with light hair, blue eyes and a fair complexion.
He was a widower.
He was born in Sumner County, Tennessee.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. H, 5th Illinois Cavalry Regiment
Enlisted on September 17, 1861 in Nashville, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on December 8, 1861 in Springfield, Illinois.
Reenlisted as a Veteran on January 1, 1864 in Clear Creek, Mississippi.
Promoted to Sergeant on January 4, 1864
Mustered in on January 23, 1864 in Hebron, Mississippi.
Mustered out on October 27, 1865 in Springfield, Illinois.


Crain, Lewis Wesley
Born : 20Nov 1846
      in Illinois
Died : 23Jun1923
      in Kansas
  Burial :
Labette Cemetery
Labette
Labette Co., Kansas
  Lewis Wesley Crain, a farmer from Nashville, Washington Co., IL.
son of John & Mary Crain
stood 5' 9" tall with light hair, blue eyes and a fair complexion.
He was born in Washington County, Illinois.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. H, 5th Illinois Cavalry Regiment
Enlisted on April 26, 1864 in Alton, Illinois.
Mustered in as a Private on April 26, 1864 in Alton, Illinois.
Mustered out on October 27, 1865 in Springfield, Illinois

1850 Census = District 20, Washington County, Illinois
1867 - moved to Kansas
Married Sarah Jane Hamblin on January 10, 1875
She was the daughter of Samuel & Lucy Ann (nee Rockefeller) Hamblin
She was born on April 29, 1854 and died on November 16, 1937.
She is also buried at Labette Cemetery along with several children.

Lewis Wesley Crain's Obituary can be seen off-site at :
http://skyways.lib.ks.us/genweb/archives/labette/obits/lwcrain.htm
Obituary

Information furnished by : Mary R M Nunneley


Crain, Robert L.
Born : 1840
      in Illinois
Died : About 1884
  Burial :
Unknown
  Robert L. Crain, a farmer from (Elkhorn), Nashville, Washington Co., IL.
son of Lewis W. & Sarah “Sally” (nee Sanders) Crain
stood 5' 6" tall with light hair, blue eyes and a fair complexion.
He was born in Washington County, Illinois.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. H, 5th Illinois Cavalry Regiment
Enlisted on September 17, 1861 in Nashville, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on December 8, 1861 in Springfield, Illinois.
Reenlisted on January 1, 1864 in Clear Creek, Mississippi.
Mustered in on January 23, 1864 in Hebron, Mississippi.
Mustered out on October 27, 1865 in Springfield, Illinois.

1850 Census = District 20, Washington County, Illinois


Crain, William C.
Born : About 1837
      in Illinois
  Burial :
Old Salem
      Cemetery
Lively Grove Township
Washington Co., IL.
  William C. Crain, a married farmer from Nashville, Washington Co., IL.
son of Lewis W. & Sarah “Sally” (nee Sanders) Crain
stood 5' 8" tall with light hair, blue eyes and a light complexion.
He was born in Washington County, Illinois.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. H, 5th Illinois Cavalry Regiment
Enlisted on September 17, 1861 in Nashville, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a as a Quartermaster Sergeant on December 8, 1861 in Springfield, IL.
Discharged as disabled on June 2, 1862

1850 Census = District 20, Washington County, Illinois


Crain, William C. (2)
Born : About 1835
      in Missouri
  Burial :
Unknown
  William C. Crain, a farmer from Nashville, Washington Co., IL.
stood 6' 1" tall with brown hair, blue eyes and a fair complexion.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. H, 5th Illinois Cavalry Regiment
Enlisted on April 26, 1864 in Alton, Illinois.
Mustered in as a Private on April 26, 1864 in Alton, Illinois.
Mustered out on October 27, 1865 in Springfield, Illinois


Crain, William Henry
[Crane]
Born : 26Jan1847
      in Illinois
Died : 7Jan1904
      in Missouri
  Burial :
Mt. Gileard Cemetery
Clarkton
Dunklin County
Missouri
  William Henry Crain, a farmer from Nashville, Washington Co., IL.
stood 5' 5" tall with light hair, black eyes and a dark complexion.
He was born in Perry County, Illinois.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
      (His name is spelled Crane on military records)
with Co. C.of the 60th Regiment, Illinois Infantry,
Enlisted on February 10, 1862 in Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on on February 21, 1862 in Jonesboro, Illinois.
Reenlisted as a Veteran on February 18, 1864 in Rossville, Georgia.
Mustered in on February 22, 1864 in Rossville, Georgia.
Mustered out on July 31, 1865 in Louisville, Kentucky.

See : Biography


Cramer, Alvin H.
Born : 23Mar1917
      in Illinois
Died : 5Dec2007
      in Illinois
  Burial :
Trinity Lutheran Cemetery
Nashville Township
Washington Co., IL.
  Avin H. Cramer, from Nashville, Washington Co., IL.
The son of Theodore and Alvina (nee Droste) Cramer.

Served during World War II in the United States Army
      primarily in Europe
He received the "Purple Heart Medal" and three Battle Stars.


Crane, Washington F.
Born : About 1835
      in Illinois
  Burial :
Unknown
  Washington F. Crane, a married farmer from Nashville, Washington Co., IL.
stood 6' tall with auburn hair, hazel eyes and a light complexion.
He was born in St. Clair County, Illinois.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. H, 5th Illinois Cavalry Regiment
Enlisted on September 17, 1861 in Nashville, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a 1st Lieutenant on December 8, 1861 in Springfield, Illinois.
Promoted to Captain on March 25, 1863 (eff: 18Apr1863)
Resigned as 1st Lieutenant on May 25, 1863


Crankshaw, David
Born : About 1840
      in New Jersey
  Burial :
Unknown
  David Crankshaw, a farmer from Washington Co., IL.
stood 5' 11" tall with black hair, black eyes and a dark complexion.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. F, 49th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted as a Recruit on January 1, 1862
Detached as Postmaster


Crawford, Edward Y.
Born : About 1836
      in Illinois
  Burial :
Unknown
  Edward Y. Crawford, from Ashley, Washington Co., IL.
stood 5' 5" tall with brown hair, brown eyes and a dark complexion.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. I, 49th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on October 1, 1861 in Ashley, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private December 31, at Camp Butler, Illinois.
Deserted on January 1, 1862


Creek, Commedial
Born : About 1840
      in Indiana
  Burial :
Unknown
  Commedial Creek, a farmer from Ashley, Washington Co., Illinois
stood 5' 8" tall with light hair, light eyes and a light complexion.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. F, 44th Illinois Infantry Regiment
Enlisted on August 15, 1861 in Ashley, Washington Co., Illinois
Mustered in as a Private on September 13, 1861 in Chicago, Illinois.


Crews, James R.
Born : About 1847
      in Illinois
Died : February 1940
      in Illinois
  Burial :
Unknown
  James R. Crews, a farmer from Deer Creek, Tazewell Co., Illinois
stood 5 '6" tall with brown hair, blue eyes and a florid complexion.
He was born in Washington County, Illinois

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. C, 152nd Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on February 9, 1865 in Springfield, Illinois
Mustered in as a Private on February 9, 1865 in Springfield, Illinois
Mustered out on September 11, 1865 in Memphis, Tennessee.

At the age of 93, James R. Crews, died at his home in Ashley in Febraury 1940.


Crews, William A.
Born : About 1844
      in Illinois
Died : 23Mar1896
  Burial :
Unknown
  William A. Crews, a farmer from Ashley, Washington Co., Illinois
stood 5' tall with dark hair, blue eyes and a light complexion.
He was born in Ashley, Washington County, Illinois

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. D, 110th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on August 14, 1862 in Ashley, Washington Co., Illinois
Mustered in as a Corporal on September 11, 1862 in Anna, Illinois (Camp Anna)
Transferred to Co. A 110th Illinois Consolidated Infantry
Mustered out on June 8, 1865 in Washington D. C.


Crisline, Valentine
Born : About 1820
      in Germany
  Burial :
Unknown
  Valentine Crisline, a married mason from Richview, Washington Co., IL.
stood 5' 5" tall with dark hair, blue eyes and a light complexion.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. C.of the 60th Regiment, Illinois Infantry,
Enlisted on February 7, 1862 in Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on February 21, 1862 in Jonesboro, Illinois.


Croferd, W. N.   Burial :
Richview Township
      Cemetery
Richview Township
Washington Co., IL.
   

Crow, David M.
Born : About 1837
      in Kentucky
Died : May 1918
      in Illinois
  Burial :
I. O. O. F. Cemetery
Ashley
Ashley Township
Washington Co., IL
  Served during the Civil War
possibly with 52nd Regiment Kentucky Infantry.
That was a unit that had Allen County, KY men, among others

1870 Census - D.M. Crow is in the Perry County, IL, , Township 4, Range 1.
1910 Census - David M. Crowe in Ashley Township

See : Obituary


Crouchman, Charles Y.
Born : About 1844
      in England
Died : 14Apr1863
      in Kentucky
  Burial :
Unknown
  Charles Y. Crouchman, a farmer from Elkton, Washington Co., IL.
stood 5' 6" tall with light hair, blue eyes and a fair complexion.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. B, 111th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on August 13, 1862 in Richview, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private on September 18, 1862 at Camp Marshall, Illinois.
Died on April 14, 1863 at Fort Heiman, Kentucky of a disease.


Cruse, Wilbur R.
Born : 1922
      in Illinois
  Burial :
Unknown
  Wilbur R. Cruse, from Washington Co., IL.
Race: White, citizen
Married
Height: 6' 7" Weight: 109
Education - 4 years of high school
Occupation: Semiskilled chauffeurs and drivers, bus, taxi, truck, and tractor

Enlistment - May 6, 1943 in Peoria, Illinois
Branch - No branch assignment
Branch Code - Hospital Dietitians
Grade - Private
Enlistment for the duration of the War
or other emergency, plus six months,
subject to the discretion of the President or
otherwise according to law .


Cunningham, Archibald
Born : About 1817
      in Missouri
Died : 30Jan1862
      in Illinois
  Burial :
I O O F Cemetery
Unknown Location
  Archibald Cunningham, a farmer from Bridgeport, Washington Co., Illinois
stood 6' tall with brown hair, brown eyes and a dark complexion.
He was a widower.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. I, 49th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on October 1, 1861 in Ashley, Washington Co., Illinois
Mustered in as a Private on December 31, 1861 at Camp Butler, Illinois.
Died on January 30, 1862 at Camp Butler, Illinois.


Cunningham, Charles
Born : 1930
Died : 1975
  Burial :
Oakdale Cemetery
Oakdale Township
Washington Co., IL.
  Charles C. Cunningham,
served as a Airman 3rd Class in the U S Air Force
during the Korean War

Cunningham, Henry L.
Born : About 1847
      in Missouri
  Burial :
I O O F Cemetery
Unknown Location
  Henry L. Cunningham, a farmer from Mascoutah, St. Clair Co., Illinois
stood 5' 8" tall with dark hair, hazel eyes and a dark complexion.
He was born in Washington County, Missouri.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. D, 149th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on January 28, 1865 in Mascoutah, Illinois.
Mustered in as a Private on February 6, 1865 at Camp Butler, Illinois.
Mustered out on January 27, 1866 in Dalton, Georgia.


Curtis, Matthew   Burial :
Unknown
  Served in the US-Mexican War as a Musician
in Co. H of the 2nd Regiment Illinois Foot Volunteers
He enrolled at Nashville, Washington County

Curtis, Augustine (Augustis)
Born : About 1842
      in Illinois
  Burial :
Unknown
  Augustine Curtis, a farmer from Nashville, Washington Co., Illinois
stood 5' 3" tall with black hair, blue eyes and a dark complexion.
He was born in Nashville, Washington County, Illinois

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. D, 110th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on August 21, 1862 in Ashley, Washington Co., Illinois
Mustered in as a Private on September 11, 1862 in Anna, Illinois (Camp Anna)
Transferred to Co. A 110th Illinois Consolidated Infantry
Mustered out on June 8, 1865 in Washington D. C.


Curtis, William H.
Born : About 1839
      in Illinois
  Burial :
Unknown
  William H. Curtis, a married farmer from Nashville, Washington Co., Illinois
stood 5' 8" tall with black hair, black eyes and a dark complexion.
He was born in Nashville, Washington County, Illinois

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. D, 110th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on August 21, 1862 in Ashley, Washington Co., Illinois
Mustered in as a Private on September 11, 1862 in Anna, Illinois (Camp Anna)
Transferred to Co. A 110th Illinois Consolidated Infantry
Mustered out on June 8, 1865 in Washington D. C.


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