Sunday, September 24, 2017
Pvt. Henry F. Swartsfarger


Co. H, 82nd Ohio Vol. Infantry. Wounded in the left hip on March 19, 1865; survived the war.

(Great-Great Grandfather of Dr. Michael L. Smith)



 Pvt. John Oates

 Co. I, 16th Wisconsin Infantry. Fought at the Battle of Bentonville.  Survived the war.      

  (Grandfather of James H. Oates)









 Pvt. William H. Noah

 Co. D, 21st Michigan Infantry.  A member of Buell's Brigade, Carlin's Division, XIV Corps.  Wounded in the right arm on the morning of March 19, 1865 at the Battle of Bentonville.  Noah's arm required amputation.

 (Great-Great-Great Grandfather of Ryan W. Weiers)






 1st Sgt. William A. Kent

 Co. F, 21st Michigan Infantry.  A member of Buell's Brigade, Carlin's Division, XIV Corps. Killed on March 19, 1865 at the Battle of Bentonville.  Kent's burial location is unknown.

 (Great-Great Uncle of Paul Crystler)





               
    

  Pvt. Issac Cade

  Co. E, 22nd Indiana Infantry. Survived the Battle of Bentonville unscathed.


 (Great-Great Grandfather of Mr. John Hallinan)  

                      


1st Lieut. Richard W. Groninger

Co. I, 86th Illinois Infantry. Survived the Battle of Bentonville. Lt. Groninger was a member of Morgan's Second Division, XIV Corps.

(Great-Great-Great Uncle of Mr. Noah Janis)





 



Pvt. Charles F. Machen


Co. K, 32 Wisconsin Infantry. Survived the Battle of Bentonville. Pvt. Machen was a member of Mower's First Division, XVII Corps.

(Rabecca Klemp's Stepgrandfather's Greatgrandfather)





 Pvt. George Dugan

Co. B, 10th Illinois Infantry.  Shot in the breast and killed on March 21, 1865 during the attack on Johnston's headquarters.

(Great-Great-Great Grandfather of Brian Withrow)









Pvt. Moses Ladd


Co. B, 21st Wisconsin Infantry.  A Native American soldier from the Menominee tribe and scout in Sherman's Army.

Survived the Battle of Bentonville.

Photo Courtesy of Jeannine Ladd McFadden (3 X Great Granddaughter)

 

  



Pvt. Gustav August Schoeneck


Co. D, 32nd Wisconsin Infantry. Survived the Battle of Bentonville.


(Half brother of Robert Babcock's Great-Great Grandfather)

 





 Pvt. William H. Free                                                                                                          

Co. A, 38th Indiana Infantry.  Wounded at Bentonville. Died on April 1, 1865 at Goldsboro. Buried  Raleigh National Cemetery.                                                              

 (Great Great Uncle of David Ferree) 






                                        

 Pvt. Conrad J. Klein                                                                                                   

Company C, 21st Wisconsin Infantry. Survived the Battle of Bentonville.  

 (Great Great Grandfather of Chris Lowe)





 Pvt. William F. Weisenborn

 Company G, 21st Wisconsin Infantry. Wounded at Bentonville.

 (Great Grandfather of Carol Weisenborn)






  Pvt. Elijah Spangler

 Co. A 38th Ohio. Mustered out on 7/12/65 in Louisville, KY. 

 Photo courtesy of Scott Pangburn, great-great-grandson. 





 

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