etheral whispers, persuasive, soft and still.
Daughters, if you don't remember us, who will?
Baggett, Allen (America
Cagle) Service: IL Private, Company D,
56th Infantry Regiment, Illinois
Prisoner of war (paroled)
Baker, David McHenry (Mary
Elizabeth White, Mary Louise Burkhousen/Burkhouser) Service IL
Bemis, Cassius Clay (none)
Service: IL Private, Company I, 14th Cavalry
Missing on 31 July 1864 at Macon, Georgia
Clear, James, K. (Nancy Ann
Service: IN Private, Company B, 7th Cavalry
Convey, James Service:
Brothers: John, Lawrence,
Convey, John Service: IA Private.
Brothers: James, Lawrence,
Convey, Lawrence (Ann Hallett)
Service: MO & IL Sergeant.
Brothers: James, John, Michael
Convey, Michael (Ellen C.
Fay) Service: IA
Private. Brothers: James, John, Lawrence Convey
Dockstader, John Henry (Elma A.
Service: NY Full Lieutenant, 2nd Class, Company B,
153rd Infantry Regiment, New York
Goodyear, Frederick (Marie
Service: PA Full Sergeant, Company A, 158th
Infantry Regiment, Pennsylvania
Hess, William W. (Nancy
'Lizzie' Young) Service: WV Corporal,
Company C, 14 West Virginia Infantry
Hines, John Wesley (Permelia/Matilda
Brown) Service: IL Private, Company K, 120th
Illinois Infantry; brother of Samuel
Hines, Samuel (Huldah Malinda VanCleve)
Service: IL Private,
Company K, 120th Illinois Infantry; brother of John Wesley Hines.
Hubbs, Elta Duel (Jared Hubbs)
Service: MO Nurse, Hickory Street Post, USA
General Hopital, St. Louis, Missouri
Lived in Michigan; moved to St. Louis to care for husband, Jared Hubbs,
who was injured in the War; stayed on to nurse at the hospital in St.
Leiphart, Jacob P. (Hannorah
Birchard) Service: PA Quartermaster
Sergeant, Company B, 3rd Pro Cavalry Regiment Pennsylvaniia
P. (Mary Adell Travis)
Service: WI Private.
Clinton (Emily Jane
Bugh) Service: OH
Miles, Forest M. (Henrietta
Service: IA Private, Company A, 24th Infantry
Wounded 10 October 1864 at Cedar Creek, VA; brother-in-law
of Alfred J. Scofield.
Nicholas (Mary Arend)
Service: IA Private.
Palmer, Hartwell Haskell (Mary F.
Service: IL Private, Company I, 19th Regiment Illinois
Rice, John Barney (Susan C. Farrow)
Service: AR Private, Union Arkansas Volunteers
Conscripted into the service of the Confederacy; got away as soon
possible and joined the Union forces, First Battery Arkansas Light
Riddle, Charles B. (Mary Jane "Jennie"
Service: IL Private, Company H, 105th
Infantry Regiment Illinois
Scofield, Alfred J. (Sarah Ann
Service: IA Second Sergeant, Company A, 24th Infantry,
Wounded fatally at Champion's Hill,
Mississippi; brother-in-law of Forest M. Miles.
Sergeant, Isaac C. (Sylvia Emily
Service: IL Corporal, Company I , 69th
Illinois US Infantry;
Company D, 28th Illinois US Infantry; Company E, 91st
Illinois US Infantry.
Sheele/Sheely, Adolph (Marie/Mary
Puls) Service: WI
Sprinkle, William H. (Harriet
Mathias) Service: OH Artificer.
Stewart, John (Catharine
Overholt) Service: PA Private
Tharp, Alfred (1. Emma?; 2.
Service: OH Private.
Brothers: David, Nelson Tharp
Tharp, David Amos (Sarah Elizabeth
Service: OH Full Sergeant, Company H, 90th Infantry
Brothers: Alfred, Nelson
Tharp, Nelson (none) Service: OH
Private, Company G, 25th Infantry Regiment Ohio
Wounded 30 November 1864 at Honey Hill, South Carolina; died of wounds
11 January 1865 at Hilton Head,South Carolina; buried
National Cemetery, Hilton Head, South Carolina.
Brothers: David, Alfred Tharp.
Thayer, Andrew J. (Elizabeth
Service: IL Private, Company I, 2nd Illinois
US Light Artillary
Brother of Caleb H. Thayer.
Thayer, Caleb H. (Joanna Murphy)
IL Private, Company A 9th Illinois Cavalry
Past commander of the Bartleson Post G.A.R. in
Joliet. Brother of Andrew J. Thayer.
Thomas, George Spencer (Abigail Olney
Service: RI Corporal, Company H, 4th Rhode
Island US Infantry
Died in the war. Brother of William
Thomas, William (Lucinda Holding)
The last ship's captain to sail from the port
of New Orleans under the Stars and Stripes before the blockade was
established; brother of George S. Thomas.
Westcott, John (Mary Frances
Service: RI Sergeant, Company H, 4th Rhode Island
Willby, George (Laura Born)
Service: NY Private, Company F, 126th
Infantry Regiment, New York
Prisoner of War at Harper's Ferry (paroled).
Worcester, Alfred Jackson (Laura Lana E.
McCollister) Service: IL Full
Lieutenant 1st class, Company D, 14th Infantry Regiment, Illinois
A. Service: IA Corporal