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1885 Union Veteran Census

transcribed by Mary Saggio

Last NameFirst NameCompanyRegimentDate EnrolledAgeStateEnlistmentEnd ServiceBeginning RankEnding RankFromArrived in SDWoundedPensionedEngagementsRemakrs
AdairJames MC15th PennsylvaniaAugust 186221Pennsylvania3 yearsJune 1865PrivatePrivateIowaApril 1882YesYes12
BaileyJosephD4th WisconsinOctober 186123England3 yearsDecember 1865PrivatePrivateIowaNovember 1879YesYesWounded in the arm veteran n 4th Wisconsin Calvary
BarnettS CB12th WisconsinSeptember 186124Wisconsin Irish3 yearsJuly 1865PrivatePrivateWisconsinApril 1884NoYes22
BartlettA MB27th WisconsinAugust 186214Wisconsin American3 yearsSeptember 1865MusicianMusicianIowaOctober 1881NoNo12
BayerJames LL12th WisconsinSeptember 186137New York3 yearsOctober 1864PrivatePrivateIowaNovember 1882NoNo5Applied for pension has complaint contracted in army
BenjaminJ HH117th New YorkAugust 186241New York3 yearsJune 1865PrivatePrivateWisconsinMay 1879NoNoWas disabled at 4th of July Celebration
BennettJohn EC75th IllinoisAugust 186229New York3 yearsJuly 1865PrivateBrevet Brigadier GeneralArkansasSeptember 1883NoNo22
BerryJames HL5th Illinois CavalrySeptember 186118Illinois American3 yearsNovember 1865PrivateSergeantIllinoisMarch 1882NoNo160
BerryWilliam NB5th Ill. Cavalry/21st Illinois CavalryMay 186120Illinois American3 yearsOctober 1865PrivateCaptainIllinoisMarch 1882NoNo43
BestAutoneK26th WisconsinFebruary 186419Germany3 yearsJuly 1865PrivatePrivateWisconsinAugust 1882NoNo20
BlissJerry CB42nd Wisconsin VolunteersAugust 1864New York3 yearsJune 1865PrivatePrivateWisconsinMarch 1884NoNo
BogandusJohnI14th MichiganDecember 186133New York3 yearsOctober 1862PrivatePrivateMichiganMarch 1881NoYes3
BowerD CG54th OhioFebruary 186321Mass. American3 yearsAugust 1865PrivateO. SergeantOhioJune 1882NoNo20
BramanWarren WB7th Kansas CavalrySeptember 186122New York3 yearsAugust 18631st Corporal1st CorporalMinnesotaMay 1883YesNo19
BrownW JE139th Ohio NGMay 186433Ohio100 daysAugust 1864PrivatePrivateOhioMarch 1883NoNoNone
BullJames NF93rd IllinoisAugust 186233New York3 yearsJune 1865PrivatePrivateIllinoisMarch 1882NoNo
BullardHenry ME3rd WisconsinJune 186119New York3 yearsDecember 1861PrivatePrivateWisconsinMay 1885NoNo
CarltonRobertC75th IllinoisSeptember 186224Illinois3 yearsSeptember 1863PrivatePrivateIllinoisMarch 1883YesYes2
CoddingtonGeorgeH13th WisconsinNovember 186225New York3 yearsNovember 1865PrivatePrivateWisconsinJuly 1882NoNo
CoeS HL2nd Illinois ArtilleryFebruary 186219Illinois American3 yearsFebruary 1865PrivatePrivateIllinoisApril 1883NoNo
ConkinEmmett FE48th WisconsinFebruary 186414Wisconsin1 yearJanuary 1865PrivateDrum MajorWisconsinJune 1879NoNo
ConklinS J48th WisconsinJanuary 186435New York1 yearJanuary 1865QuartermasterQuartermasterWisconsinMarch 1879NoNo
CooperRobert LH40th New JerseyApril 186530New Jersey3 yearsJuly 1865PrivateSergeantPennsylvaniaMarch 1881NoNoServed 4 years in the Navy prior to entering the Army
CotesWarren JI12th IowaSeptember 186118New York3 yearsJune 1865PrivateSergeantIllinoisApril 1883YesYes101Wounded Twince and taken prisoner
CramerHenryH9th IllinoisMarch 186215Illinois3 yearsAugust 1865PrivatePrivateMinnesotaApril 1878NoNo5
CromackS OB77th New YorkSeptember 186120Vermont American3 yearsMarch 1865Sergeant1st LieutenantVermontAugust 1881YesNo40
CrowWilliam J NL23rd WisconsinAugust 186216English3 yearsAugust 1865PrivatePrivateWisconsinApril 1883NoNo12
CrowellJoeD154th New YorkAugust 186218New York3 yearsJuly 1865PrivatePrivateCaliforniaAugust 1884YesYes30Taken prisoner July 1863 Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Confined in Belle Isle and Libby prisons. Has one ball thru left lung and one in left groin. Received above wounds at the battle of Lost Mountain, Georgia June 15 1864
CurtisCalvinE4th New York ArtilleryAugust 186223New York3 yearsJune 1865PrivateBuglerNew YorkApril 1883NoNo20
CushananSamuel HH53rd MassachusettsSeptember 186521Massachusetts9 monthsSeptember 1864PrivateVermontVermontMay 1883NoNo5
DannEdward FD28th Wisconsin VolunteersOctober 186217Connecticut3 yearsJune 1865PrivatePrivateWisconsinOctober 1883NoNo5
DarrowWilliam11th New York Infantry BatteryJanuary 186218New York3 yearsJune 1865PrivatePrivateIowaOctober 1883NoNo
DikeA CD1st New York ArtilleryAugust 186146New York3 yearsOctober 1862WagonerWagonerWisconsinJuly 1862NoYes
DillLouis OD5th Wisconsin VolunteersAugust 186437New York3 yearsJune 1865PrivatePrivateWisconsinMay 1883NoNo5
DriverMilliamNoNo
ElliotWarrenF27th WisconsinAugust 186216New York3 yearsSeptember 1865MusicianDrummerWisconsinMay 1881NoNo
EllsworthD RE9th Illinois CavalrySeptember 186131New York3 yearsOctober 18641st Lt.CaptainWisconsinMay 1884NoYes
FordamGeorge ED3rd New YorkMay 186117New York2 yearsAugust 1865PrivateCaptainMinnesotaAugust 1880NoNo20
FowlerT SD77th New YorkNovember 186120England3 yearsNovember 1864PrivateLieutenantIllinoisOctober 1883YesYes17Resection of the humorous
FowlerFrankD141st IllinoisMay 186415Illinois3 yearsOctober 1864PrivatePrivateIowaFebruary 1884NoYes2
FoxCollinA46th OhioSeptember 186243Irish3 yearsAugust 1865PrivatePrivateOhioMarch 1882NoNo100
GaleEdwinE9th New YorkSeptember 186420New York1 yearJuly 1865PrivatePrivateMichiganJune 1884YesNo8Slight in shoulder and arm
GangnonyGilbertA37th Illinois VolunteersJanuary 186419Canada3 yearsMay 1866PrivatePrivateIndianaMarch 1883NoNo2
GarrisonEmanuel JB75th Illinois VolunteersAugust 186235Illinois3 yearsAugust 1863PrivatePrivateIllinoisMarch 1884YesYes2Was in the Army of the Potomac
GrantJames AD7th Michigan CalvaryNovember 186416Michigan3 yearsAugust 1865PrivatePrivateMichiganMay 1884NoNo40
GriffinJohnC90th Illinois VolunteersAugust 186245England3 yearsJuly 1865PrivatePrivateIllinoisDecember 1883NoNoWas at Mission Ridge Atlanta Jackson Jonesbrough with Sherman in March to Sea
HallGeorgeT3rd MichiganFebruary 186430Michigan3 yearsAugust 1865PrivatePrivateMichiganMarch 1885NoNo4
HarrisonJohn RD23rd Illinois VolunteersApril 186217New York3 yearsAugust 1865PrivatePrivateIllinoisJune 1883NoNo13Was in the Shenandoah Valley with Sherman was at taking Richmond and surrender of Lee
HawesJ LG49th WisconsinFebruary 186530Pennsylvania1 yearOctober 1865PrivatePrivateWisconsinApril 1883NoYes
HeatonAlfredC8th IllinoisAugust 186141Vermont3 yearsAugust 1862PrivatePrivateIllinoisApril 1883NoNo3
HosmerJamesD69th IllinoisJune 186328Connecticut6 monthsNovember 1863SergeantOrderly SergeantIllinoisMarch 1880NoNo3
HoweCharles HD23rd MichiganAugust 186224Indiana3 yearsAugust 1865PrivatePrivateMichiganApril 1883NoNo
HoweThomas GF11th MichiganFebruary 186317Indiana3 yearsSeptember 1865PrivatePrivateMichiganApril 1884NoNo5
HubbardChauncey BB75th IllinoisAugust 186235New York3 yearsMarch 1865PrivateSergeantIllinoisMarch 1882YesYes2Have an ounce ball in shoulder
HubbardChauncey BGCaptainCaptainIllinoisMarch 1882NoNo
HulbertHenry TA38th Iowa VolunteersAugust 186326New York3 yearsSeptember 1865MusicianMusicianIowaJune 1880NoNo
HumphryJames LF1st New YorkJune 186217Vermont3 yearsJuly 1865PrivateSergeantMinnesotaApril 1883NoNo40
JeffersonG CC13th U.S.October 186020Mass.3 yearsOctober 1864PrivatePrivateIowaAugust 1882NoYes8
JohnstinAmosB8th New YorkJuly 186524New York3 yearsNovember 1865PrivatePrivateNew YorkNovember 1882NoNo
KeenGeorgeK196th PennsvylvaniaNovember 186222Pennsylvania9 monthsJuly 1865SergeantSergeantPennsylvaniaApril 1882NoNo
KenyonLaffayettI3rd New YorkSeptember 186217New York3 yearsJune 1865PrivatePrivateNew YorkApril 1883NoNo8
KinyonWilson BE3rd WisconsinJune 186120Pennsylvania3 yearsJanuary 1863PrivatePrivateWisconsinMarch 1883YesYesWounded in groin battle of Anntetum
LambCol William H90th New York Battalion S V VAugust 186118New York3 yearsFebruary 1866PrivateLieutenant GeneralNew YorkDecember 1879YesYes450
LaPlantJIllinois186148Canada3 monthsPrivatePrivateIllinoisJune 1885NoNoCould not remember company and regiment
LathropMarvinB3rd VermontAugust 186334Vermont3 yearsMay 1864PrivatePrivateWisconsinMay 1881YesYes2Wounded in right hip
LauderJimD34th IllinoisJanuary 186420Illinois3 yearsJuly 1865PrivatePrivateIllinoisMarch 1883NoNo30While building bridge at Rasaca Georgia had branch come on him
LawrenceT CA1st Michigan CavalryMarch 186529Canada1 yearMay 1866PrivatePrivateMichiganMarch 1883NoNo
LawtonElialH3rd MinnesotaNovember 186128Vermont3 yearsSeptember 1865PrivateSergeantKansasApril 1884NoNo1
LeavittDr J JI8th WisconsinAugust 186421Canada1 yearAugust 1865PrivateHospital StewardWisconsinAugust 1883NoNo2
LeBountSamuel NE3rd WisconsinMay 186120Wisconsin3 yearsJuly 1864PrivatePrivateNebraskaSeptember 1883NoNo6
LeeByron BA19th WisconsinDecember 186337New York3 yearsAugust 1865PrivatePrivateWisconsinApril 1883NoNo50
LeelandGeorge W117th New YorkAugust 186444Mass. American7 yearsNovember 1864PrivatePrivateIllinoisOctober 1882NoNoDischarged by reason of surgeons certificate of disability
LenhartWilliam GE46th OhioOctober 186122Ohio3 yearsDecember 1864Private1st SergeantIllinoisApril 1883NoNo
LewisJohn ZA1st New York Volunteer CorpsJuly 186320Pennsylvania3 yearsJuly 1865PrivateCommissary SergeantIowaApril 1882NoNo12
LewisGeorge HG1st Regiment USAugust 186117New York3 yearsJanuary 1863PrivatePrivateWisconsinMarch 1883YesYesWas through Peninsulas wit Marine Corps
ManvilleJohn RD8th Illinois CalvarySeptember 186124New York3 yearsJuly 1865PrivateQuarter Master SergeantIllinoisSeptember 1882NoNo11Belonged to Calvary Army of Potomac
MaskyMichaelFMinnesota Heavy ArtilleryJanuary 186434Ireland3 yearsSeptember 1865PrivatePrivateMinnesotaMay 1882NoNo
MathewsLewisC1st Wisconsin ArtilleryAugust 186320Ohio French3 yearsOctober 1865PrivatePrivateWisconsinMay 1882NoYes2
McCoyMH148th IllinoisFebruary 186518Illinois1 yearSeptember 1865PrivatePrivateIllinoisMarch 1883NoNoWas disabled at 4th of July Celebration
McEownJ GD112th IllinoisAugust 186238Canada3 yearsAugust 1865PrivatePrivateCanadaMarch 1882YesNoWounded in groin battle of Anntetum
McLaughlinDennisF39th IllinoisOctober 186119New York3 yearsDecember 1861PrivatePrivateIowaJuly 1882NoNo5
McMullinWilliamG19th WisconsinDecember 186419Wisconsin3 yearsAugust 1865PrivatePrivateIowaMarch 1864NoNo
McQuakerJamesI45th WisconsinOctober 186238Scotland1 yearJuly 18663PrivatePrivateWisconsinMay 1879NoNo1Has rheumatism contracted in army has applied for pension
McSpaddenW GE8th MissouriMarch 186234Ireland3 yearsJuly 1864CaptainCaptainMinnesotaJune 1882NoNo300
MeadWashingtonE5th New YorkAugust 186228New York3 yearsJune 1865PrivatePrivateNew YorkJuly 1882YesYes1
MillerFrank EH5th WisconsinSeptember 186419New York3 yearsJuly 1865SergeantSergeantIowaMarch 1876NoNo3
MillsDaniel AH14th IndianaSeptember 186232Indiana3 yearsMarch 1863PrivatePrivateIllinoisApril 1882NoNo
MillsRobertH37th New YorkMay 186123New York2 yearsJune 1865PrivateCorporalIllinoisOctober 1881NoNo22
MorrisE EB147th IllinoisAugust 186218Illinois1 yearMarch 1866PrivatePrivateIllinoisMay 1884NoNo
MosierF ME110th OhioFebruary 186418Ohio3 yearsJuly 1865PrivatePrivateIllinoisMarch 1883NoNo60
MullarkyCharles HK3rd Iowa volunteersJune 186126Ohio3 yearsDecember 1861LieutenantLieutenantIowaJune 1882NoYes1Was in the Gulf deployed under Camby
NarracongAudy J UF10th MinnesotaAugust 186331Ohio3 yearsAugust 1865PrivatePrivateMinnesotaJune 1882NoNo4
NeirickC HA74th IndianaJuly 186216Indiana3 yearsAugust 1865PrivatePrivateIowaMay 1882NoNo101
NorthrupA BF94th New YorkNovember 186118New York3 yearsJune 1865PrivateSergeantMichiganApril 1884NoYes50Taken prisoner August 19, 1864 near Petersburgh Virginia. Confined in Libby, Belle Isle and Salisbury. General Disability and rheumatism contracted while inprison. Is drawing pension.
NortonE LNew YorkMarch 1884NoNoWent 3 times to see Mr Norton unable to obtain further information
OldfieldPerryE32nd OhioOctober 186318Ohio American3 yearsJuly 1865PrivateCorporalIllinoisMarch 1883NoNo101
ParkerJ WI22nd WisconsinAugust 186226New York3 yearsJune 1864Orderly SergeantCaptainIllinoisSeptember 1883NoNo101Taken prisoner March 15, 1863 Battle of Thompson's Station. Confined in Libby prison 41 days and was then exchanged
PattersonGeorgeB1st IllinoisApril 186128Ireland3 yearsJune 1864PrivateActing Commissary SergeantIllinoisSeptember 1884NoNo2
PaynrJoshuaD151st New YorkSeptember 186219Canada3 yearsJune 1865PrivateSergeantNew YorkJuly 1881NoNo17
PeckWayne JJ8th New YorkSeptember 186121New York3 yearsJune 1865BuglerBuglerNew YorkApril 1883NoNo100
PettitGeorgeB19th WisconsinDecember 186418Wisconsin1 yearAugust 1865PrivatePrivateIowaMarch 1882NoNo
PhelpsAllenC10th WisconsinSeptember 186114Ohio3 yearsJuly 1865DrummerDrummerWisconsinMay 1883NoNo
PierceGeorgeB29th MichiganAugust 186319New York3 yearsSeptember 1865PrivatePrivateMichiganApril 1884NoNo
PotterGideonE6th WisconsinJuly 186118Wisconsin American3 yearsJuly 1865PrivateCorporalWisconsinOctober 1882NoNo100
RichardsonLouisD19th WisconsinApril 186220Indiana American3 yearsSeptember 1863PrivatePrivateWisconsinMarch 1882NoNo
RitemanGeorgeI35TH Indiana VolunteersDecember 186117Indiana3 yearsJuly 1865PrivateFirst CorporalMinnesotaJuly 1883YesYes21Was in the army of the Cumberland
RoatJacob MD25th MichiganAugust 186228Pennsylvania3 yearsJuly 1865PrivatePrivateMichiganApril 1882NoNo
RobersonJohn AG8th Michigan CalvaryApril 186523Michigan3 yearsOctober 1865PrivatePrivateMissouriMarch 1881NoNo1Was detached as scout shortly after enrollment
RytherWC-ANew YorkOctober 186121New York2 yearsJune 1865PrivateCaptainIllinoisMay 1883NoNo15
SextonEdwinL2nd Illinois CavalryJuly 186147Connecticut3 yearsAugust 1864PrivateCorporalIllinoisJune 1884YesNo
SezersHenryI8th ArkansasDecember 186236Germany3 years1865PrivatePrivateIllinoisApril 1885NoNo
SheadWilliamH18th Wisconsin VolunteersMarch 186226New York3 yearsJune 1865PrivatePrivateWisconsinApril 1883NoNo2
ShnayysWilliamD196th PennsvylvaniaAugust 186240New York3 yearsSeptember 1864PrivatePrivateMinnesotaJuly 1882NoYes7
SigerGerrettE75th IndianaAugust 186235New York3 yearsFebruary 18631st LieutenantCaptainIllinoisMay 1883NoNo2
SlatinHenryC7th Regiment Connecticut VolunteersSeptember 186133English3 yearsJuly 1865PrivatePrivateWisconsinMarch 1884YesYesCould not tell number of battles
SlatterJ AI33rd IllinoisSeptember19Illinois3 yearsDecember 1862PrivatePrivateIllinoisMarch 1885NoYes6General Disability from Honorable Service. has a Provisional Certificate
SmithLucius DH145th Ohio VolunteersMay 186431Ohio100 daysAugust 1864PrivatePrivateIllinoisJanuary 1883NoNoBelonged to Army of the Potomac
SmullSamuelB111th Illinois VolunteersFebruary 186424Pennsylvania3 yearsApril 1865PrivatePrivateIowaMarch 1884NoNo4Was probably in the Southwest
StairWilliamG31st WisconsinFebruary 186438Wisconsin American3 yearsJune 1865PrivatePrivateWisconsinApril 1882NoNo25
StanleyC PD45th WisconsinFebruary 186518North Carolina1 yearAugust 1865PrivatePrivateWisconsinMay 1881NoNo
StebbinsW AB2nd MinnesotaJune 186126Massachusetts3 yearsAugust 1863PrivateSergeantMinnesotaApril 1882NoNo18
StillwellE CC12th MichiganDecember 186117Michigan3 yearsPrivatePrivateMichiganApril 1883NoNo12General disability from small pox and fever contracted in army
StoneWilliamI6th OhioJanuary 186515New York3 yearsAugust 1865PrivatePrivateOhioApril 1882YesYes7
SulierLion CK18th MichiganJanuary 186439Michigan3 yearsJune 1865PrivatePrivateMichiganApril 1884YesYes5not long in service when taken prisoner
SulierVensionK18th MichiganJanuary 186418Michigan American3 yearsSeptember 1865PrivatePrivateMichiganJune 1883NoYes5
TalcottDwight LI9th Illinois CavalryJanuary 186517Illinois3 yearsJune 1865PrivatePrivateIowaJune 1883NoYes17Was taken prisoner
ThomasJamesB140th IllinoisMay 186418Ohio3 monthsOctober 1864PrivatePrivateIllinoisMarch 1864NoNo
ThompsonMartrinK4th Michigan CalvaryAugust 186217Michigan3 yearsJuly 1865PrivatePrivateMissouriApril 1883NoYesWas with the army of the Tennessee all thru the war and was honorably discharged
ThurstinJulius MD33rd WisconsinAugust 186218Wisconsin American3 yearsAugust 1865PrivatePrivateWisconsinMarch 1885NoYes25
TillouHarveyC1st Wisconsin Heavy ArtilleryAugust 186316Massachusetts3 yearsJuly 1865PrivatePrivateWisconsinApril 1884NoNo2Was in Perrysville Murresburrow River Iowa
TuftsJohn WB16th Massachusetts VolunteersJune 186117Massachusetts3 yearsAugust 1865Private1st LieutenantWisconsinApril 1883NoNoWas in Army of the Potomac
ViningE KC3rd Wisconsin CavalryNovember 186123Maine3 yearsOctober 1863PrivateSergeantWisconsinMay 1862NoNo
WaddelJohn HB25th OhioApril 186119Ohio3 monthsJuly 1861PrivateSergeantIllinoisMarch 1882YesYes40
WadsworthD AM7th IowaOctober 186118Ohio3 yearsJune 1866PrivateCorporalIowaMay 1882NoYes2Drawing pension from disability from infection of the lungs caused by scurry
WaitMervinD75th New YorkJuly 186220New York3 yearsJune 1865PrivateOrderly SergeantWisconsinJune 1880YesNo50Was wounded in action on cedar creek was wounded in arm at siege of port Hudson
WalkerFranklinM1st WisconsinSeptember 186421Ohio1 yearJuly 1865PrivatePrivateNebraskaOctober 1883NoNo
WalthamJ GG1st Michigan ArtilleryNovember 186138England3 yearsApril 1863SergeantSergeantIowaJuly 1883NoNo11
WarrenO FG25th WisconsinMay 186223Wisconsin American3 yearsJanuary 1863PrivatePrivateWisconsinJune 1882NoNoNone
WaughJoseph BA1st MinnesotaMarch 186525New Hampshire1 yearJuly 1864PrivatePrivateMinnesotaMay 1883NoNo2
WeberJohnM8th New York CalvaryApril 186421Massachusetts3 yearsAugust 1884PrivatePrivateIllinoisApril 1884NoNo
WilliamsJ HE88th New YorkAugust 186143Pennsylvania3 yearsAugust 1865Private2nd LieutenantIllinoisMay 1883YesNo4
WilliamsJamesM5th New York ArtillerySeptember 186232New York3 yearsNovember 1862PrivatePrivateMichiganApril 1883NoNo
WilliamsWilliam H3rd Wisconsin Light ArtillerySeptember 186424New York3 yearsJuly 1865SergeantSergeantWisconsinJune 1883NoNo10Was in some engagements could not remember
WillithJosephD76th Illinois VolunteersAugust 186235New Brunswick3 yearsJune 1865PrivatePrivateKansasMarch 1884NoYesWas pensioned for sickness contracted in service
WoodlandJosephB32nd IowaAugust 186230England3 yearsAugust 1863PrivateCorporalIowaJune 1878NoNo
WymanW SD44th WisconsinSeptember 186124Maine1 yearJuly 18651st Corporal1st CorporalMinnesotaOctober 1883NoNo1

 

 

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