The Roster of the 4th Michigan Volunteer Infantry 1861 - 1866

                                                                                    

                                                    

 Prisoner of War record from the Compiled Military Records (National Archives) of Richard R. Lassey captured at Gettysburg July 2,1863.

   Died in C.S. Hospital in Richmond eventually reinterred at Richmond National Cemetery but incorrectly identified as " R.R. Labey " in grave 1572

This error had prevented the descendants of Sergeant Lassey from knowing the location of his final remains.

4thMichigan.com is currently trying to have this corrected.

 

   One of our primary goals at 4thMichigan.com is to compile a file for each and every soldier that served in the ranks of the Fourth Michigan Infantry.  We do this for the sake of their descendants as well as historians, both professional and novice alike. These files include copies of the Compiled Military Records as well as their Pension Records from the National Archives in Washington D.C.

  While we have approximately six hundred and thirty one files at this time, we are far short of the better than two thousand that would be required for the full representation of every man in the regiment. Each soldier's file includes copies of wartime letters and diaries, military and civilian photographs, biographies (and in some cases genealogies), as well as burial locations and gravestone photographs. 

  The challenge is in gathering similar information for the remaining individuals of this great regiment.  In order to do this, we are requesting your assistance.  If you have any documents, and/or information on anyone in the 4th Michigan Infantry (original or re-organized) and would be willing to share copies with us, please let us know. We are especially interested in acquiring (through donation or purchase) original documents, letters, diaries, photographs and military items that belonged to these men. It is our intention to assemble a repository/collection that will be shared with the public. We intend to loan this collection for display to local museums in the towns where the men of the regiment were recruited from. We do not sell any of the items from the collection and great effort is given to archival preservation of these items. In many cases we provide greater care than found in some museums. Some of the items from this collection are currently posted on this website and we will rotate and share other relics and documents as they become available. So if you have any items that you are willing to donate or sell, please contact George Wilkinson at 4thmichigan.com and know that your heirloom will have found a good and appreciative home.

  If you find yourself intrigued by this regiment and would like to assist us, but do not have records or information to share, we would like to offer you the opportunity to adopt a soldier from the 4th by making a contribution to cover the costs of obtaining his records from the National Archives. Typically, photocopies of these records cost between $60 - $125, but a gift of any amount toward this expense would be appreciated. We have personally spent thousands of dollars on behalf of the men of the regiment thus far and know it to be for a worthy cause.  

  We are also interested in the burial locations of the men of the Fourth Michigan Infantry and ask that you please send us an email at 4thmichigan.com  if you are aware of any. We have records for the location of approximately three hundred and fifty of the regiment and are actively investigating and photographing many more. We hope to eventually post a list of those burials sites that we have recorded and photographed so please visit us frequently.

  As the website continues to develop, we intend to recognize and thank all individuals whose contributions have made this a respectable web-site dedicated to  one of Michigan's finest regiments and those men that served under her glorious banner.

 

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      The Fourth Michigan Infantry was recruited from the southern tier of counties of the State, and was organized by Colonel Dwight A. Woodbury at Adrian.  Like some of the other regiments, it was comprised of independent companies that had received considerable military knowledge, a valuable assistance in the organization of citizen soldiers.  It was composed of the “Peninsular Guard” of Sturgis, “Barry Guard” of Ann Arbor, “Smith Guard” of Monroe, “Trenton Volunteers” of Trenton, “Dexter Union Guard” of Dexter, “Hudson Volunteers” of Hudson, “Adrian Volunteers” of Adrian, “Hillsdale Volunteers” of Hillsdale, “Grosvenor Union Guard” of Jonesville and Tecumseh Volunteers” of Tecumseh.  The organization of the regiment was completed at its rendezvous in Adrian and was mustered into the United States service for three years, June 20, 1861.

     The Fourth was uniformed and equipped for field service before it left the state, and started for Washington June 25, 1861, with an enrollment of 1,025 officers and enlisted men, and arrived July Second. It went into camp near Georgetown, D.C.

   The Fourth took a most honorable part in McClellan’s Peninsular Campaign of 1862, having been assigned to Griffin’s Brigade, Morrell’s division of Porter’s corps, and was present at the Siege of Yorktown and fought gallantly at Williamsburg.  For the conspicuous position it held in the advance of the army upon the enemy at New Bridge, on the Chickahominy, and the valor displayed under the most trying circumstances it received special notice from General McClellan in his dispatches to the War Department.

   In this campaign, the Fourth sustained its honorable record at Hanover Court House, Mechanicsville, and covered itself with glory at the desperate battle of Gaines’ Mill.  It was engaged with heavy loss at Turkey Bend, White Oak Swamp and Malvern Hill, where Colonel Woodbury fell at the head of his regiment July 1, closing the useful life and brilliant military career.

  After the Peninsular Campaign, the Fourth entered upon the Pope Campaign, and took part in the engagements at Gainesville August 29, 1862, Manassas, Antietam, and in December suffered severely at Fredericksburg, where it was a part of the Second Brigade, First Division, Fifth Corps.

   On May 4, 1863, the Fourth was engaged at Chancellorsville, losing heavily in killed and wounded, and after long and fatiguing marches through Maryland and Pennsylvania arrived at Gettysburg, where it fought July 2nd and 3rd in that desperate encounter, receiving the plaudits of distinguished officers for its deeds of heroism.  From Gettysburg the Fourth followed the enemy and was actively on the march or fighting until the following October, when it went into camp at Warrenton Junction for a well-earned rest.

   On the 7th of November, the Fifth Corps commenced a series of marches and actions along the Rapidan, which continued until winter put a stop to active field operations.

   The spring campaign of 1864 opened with the death grapple of Union and Confederate armies in the Wilderness.  From this time until the expiration of its term of service in June, the Fourth was continuously engaged with the enemy and took part in sanguinary battles along the North Anna and Pamunky Rivers.  It was engaged before Petersburg, Virginia, June 16, and as the term of three years since enlistment had expired the regiment was embarked for Washington and arrived at Detroit on the 26th and was mustered out of service June 30, 1864.

   One hundred and twenty-nine men re-enlisted as veteran volunteers, and the regiment was at once reorganized with eight new companies under Colonel Jairus W. Hall at Adrian.

    It has been thought best to give the history of the first three years’ service and the reorganized Fourth separately, as there were practically two regiments, the original Fourth serving in the Army of the Potomac and the reorganized Fourth in the western department.

                          

 

                  

 

      

 4th Michigan Roster (1861-1864)

 

 STAFF

 

Colonel Dwight A Woodbury

 Lt. Colonel William W. Duffield             Major Jonathan W. Childs

Surgeon Joseph Tunnicliff                             Asst. Surgeon David P. Chamberlin     

Adjudant Francis S. Earle                                                  Quartermaster Henry H. Grannis

Chaplain Henry Strong

 

 

Company Officers:

 Company A - "Smith Guard"

    Monroe

Captain Constant Luce

 1st Lt. John H. Oliver 

 2nd Lt. Morell A. Rose 

  Company B - "Adrian Volunteers "

   Adrian

Captain James H. Cole

1st. Lt. Jeremia  D. Slocum

2nd. Lt. James E. Avery

Company C - "Peninsular Guard"

Sturgis

Captain Abram R. Wood

1st. Lt. Henry A. Grannis

2nd. Lt. Ebenezer French

Company D - " Barry Guard "

Ann Arbor

Captain John M. Randolph

1st. Lit. Richard G. DuPuy

2nd. Lt. Jarvis W. Hall

Company E - "Hillsdale Volunteers"

Hillsdale

Captain George W. Lumbard

1st. Lt. Charles C. Doolittle

2nd. Lt. Charles B. Parsons

Company F - "Hudson Volunteers"

Hudson

Captain Samuel De Golyer

1st. Lt. Simon B. Preston

2nd. Lt. Joseph L. Smith

 Company G - “Tecumseh Volunteers”

 Tecumseh

Captain David M. Marshall

1st. Lt. George Monteith

2nd. Lt. Jeptha W. Beers     

 Company H - "Grosvenor Guard"

Jonesville

Captain Moses A. Funk

1st Lt. Simon B. Hadley

2nd Lt. William H. Mc Connell  

Company I - "Trenton Volunteers"

Trenton

Captain David A. Granger

1st. Lt. Marshall W. Chapin

2nd. Lt. Francis S. Earle

  Company K - " Dexter Union Guard "

Dexter

Captain Alexander D. Crane

1st. Lt. Harrison H. Jeffords

2nd. Lt. James Malloy 

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                          

 

Enlisted Men:

( most recent updated information to roster in gold )

A

Abbott, Henry H., Reading, Hillsdale County, Enlisted in company E, Fourth Infantry, as Fourth Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22. Farmer by trade. Resided with his parents and seven siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861. Sergeant September 1, 1862.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 28, 1864. Resided in Reading, Michigan after service. Born in Michigan.   

 

Abbott, James G., Clinton County. Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Died of disease in New York City, June 1862. Buried in National Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York, Grave No. 29.

 

Abbott, Oscar B., Reading. Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, February, 1863, for 9 months. Substitute for Griffith Grolaman, drafted February 10, 1863, from Hillsdale. Age 17. Joined regiment at Falmouth, Virginia, March 23, 1863. One of the new recruits brought from Detroit, Michigan, to the regiment with newly commissioned Colonel Jeffords, in March, 1863.Discharged at Detroit, Michigan, at expiration of term of service November 11, 1863. Resided in California after service. Profession after service was a carpenter.

 

Abbott, Webster H., Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company 3, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability at Beverly Ford, Virginia, August 1, 1863. Brother to Henry H. Born in Michigan.

 

Abrahamski, Paul (Veteran), Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth  Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Height 5’4”. Complexion dark. Eyes gray. Hair black. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863, at Tecumseh.  Mustered January 1, 1864. Shot in leg and arm, died May 21, 1864, of wounds received in action at Wilderness, Virginia. Born in Germany.

 

Ackley, John, Hudson. Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Height 5’6 ½”. Complexion dark. Eyes blue. Hair black. Cabinet and Chair maker by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action July 1, 1862 in thigh.  Died August 6, 1862, of wounds received in battle of Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862.  Buried in National Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York, Grave No. 312.  Born in Ohio.

 

Adair, James H., Williams, Ohio. Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22. Mustered June 20, 1861. Regimental Wagoner. Mustered out at expiration of term of service, June 30, 1864. Suffered from disease of the stomach after war. Resided in Reading, Michigan after service. Died 1901. Buried West Reading Cemetery, Reading, Michigan.

 

Adams John Q.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, as Corporal at Adrian, for 3 years, age 31. Promoted to First Sergeant. Transferred to Fifteenth Michigan Infantry on January 28, 1862. Promoted Captain October 1, 1862. Resigned June 18, 1864, with an honorable discharge.

 

Adams James F., Monroe. Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24.  Farmer by trade. Married with three year old son. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Second Lieutenant. Transferred January 29, 1862 Company F, Fifteenth Michigan Infantry. Promoted First Lt. April 1, 1862. Promoted Captain October 1, 1862. Wounded October 3, 1862, Corinth, Mississippi. Resided in Saginaw, Michigan after service. Born in Michigan.

 

Adams, William C., Jackson County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability at Miner’s Hill, December 18, 1861, because of a hernia.  Resided in Grass Lake and Jackson, Michigan after the service.

 

Aisenhood, August, Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20. Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded May 5, 1863 Chancellorsville, Virginia. In division hospital May 1863, on account of wounds received in action, exploding shell tearing away part of left arm, arm amputated one inch below shoulder by Dr. French of the Fourth.  Discharged for disability at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 6, 1863. Died on September 14,1901 at St. Elizabeth's Hospital, District of Columbia, Maryland, and buried in the East Cemetery there. Born in Germany.

 

Ainsley, George, Calhoun County. Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, as 2nd Sergeant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability at Washington, D.C., July 30, 1861. Resided in Marshall, Michigan after service.

 

Ainsworth, Riley N., Ransom. Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, July 2, 1863. Died while a prisoner in Richmond, Virginia, November 6, 1863.

 

Akers, George W., Centerville. Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Laborer by trade working in a hotel. Four siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded in arm Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862. Discharged for disability at Washington, D.C., March 12, 1863. Buried in Hillside Cemetery, St. Clair, Michigan.

 

Alban, William K.,  Macomb County. Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, for 3 years, age 20.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Deserted at Washington, D.C., July 15, 1861.

 

Albion, James R., Lenawee County. Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, for 3 years, age 25. Father of a son, age two. Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded in action July 1, 1862. Transferred to Invalid Corps, September 30, 1863. Resided in Ovid, Michigan after service. Born in New York.

 

Alchin, Frederick, Pittsfield. Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, September 19, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 25. Farmer by trade. Mustered, September 21, 1861. Transferred to Invalid Corps, September 30, 2863. Honorably discharged on September 21, 1864. Resided in Ovid, Michigan. after service. Died on December 21, 1930 and buried in Maple Grove Cemetery, Ovid, Michigan. Born on July 20,1836 in West Malling, Kent County, England.

 

Alden, Buckley A., Bethany, New York, Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 22, 1864, at Scipio, for 3 years, age 16.  Mustered March 3, 1864. Wounded June 5, 1864. Farmer by trade. On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order July 2, 1864, at Petersburg, Virginia. Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 6, 1865. Discharged at Detroit, Michigan, September 8, 1865. Brother of Samuel & John. Died of  lung disease on August 18, 1881 at Old Soldiers Home. Buried at National Cemetery, Los Angeles, California . Born in New York.

 

Alden, John A.  (Veteran), Scio.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, as Fifth Sergeant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Height 5’6”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair dark.  Student at time of enlistment. Mustered June 20, 1861. Reduced in rank on February 1, 1862 at his own request. Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  Detailed as clerk in military office, Detroit, Michigan, from July 1862 to April 1864. On detached service with Company H, First Infantry, by order, July 12, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia. Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865. Discharged at Detroit, Michigan, September 11, 1865.  Brother of Samuel & Buckley.  Resided in Kalamazoo, Michigan after service. Buried in Mount Evergreen Cemetery, Jackson, Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Alden, Samuel A., Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 25, 1864, at Scipio, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered April 5, 1864.  Died of disease at First Division Hospital, near Petersburg, Virginia, August 10, 1864. Brother of Buckley & John

 

Aldrich, Eugene, Steuben, Indiana. Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Farm laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability September 6, 1861. Born in New York.

 

Aldrich, Stephen H., Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Height 5’8½”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown.  Farmer by trade. Detached temporary to Eighteenth Rhode Island Lt. Artillery at Miner’s Hill, Virginia. Deserted in June of 1863 along with Private John F. Andrews, at Aquaria Creek Virginia. August 22, 1862, went to the Maryland shore in a tree bark raft. Arrested on November 10, 1863 in Fifth District of Michigan and returned to regiment on December 9,1863. On detached service from Company E, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, at Petersburg, Virginia. Wounded in right side between hip and lower ribs by gunshot in front of Petersburg, Virginia on June 20, 1864. Discharged at expiration of term of service at Petersburg, Virginia, December 5, 1864. Employed as a salesman after the war.Died on October 21, 1924 and buried in Oak Hill Cemetery, Grand Rapids, Michigan.  Born on February 25,1839 in the village of Wayne, Michigan. 

 

Alexander, William, Fulton County, Ohio. Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 26. Height 5’8½”. Complexion fair. Eyes blue. Hair brown. Farmer by trade Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded in right hand during the Peninsula Campaign of 1862. Taken prisoner on the march to Orange Court House, Virginia, November 27, 1863 during Mine Run Campaign, held at Richmond, Virginia until February 1864 then moved to Andersonville, Georgia. Moved again October 1864 to Camp Lawton, Georgia. Finally to Camp Parole, Maryland.   Discharged at Detroit, Michigan, January 31, 1865. Admitted to Old Soldiers Home, Dayton, Ohio, for hernia January 1, 1897. Died March 19, 1913. Buried Old Soldiers Home Cemetery, Grand Rapids, Michigan. Born in Brunswick, Ohio.

 

Allen, Charles, Steuben, Indiana. Enlisted in Company B. Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22. Mustered June 20, 1861. Mustered out at expiration of term of service June 30, 1864. Resided in Angola, Indiana after service.

 

Allen, Charles E., Grape Bend, Pennsylvania. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, March 23, 1864, at Marshall, for 3 years, age 20. Farmer by trade. Mustered April 5, 1864. On detached service with First Infantry, Company F, by order, July 2, 1864, at Petersburg, Virginia. Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, by order, June 6, 1865. Discharged at Houston, Texas, May 26, 1866. Suffered from chronic diarrhea after war.

 

Allen, Edwin K., Lenawee County. Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, September 23, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years.  Mustered September 23, 1861. Discharged for disability at Miner’s Hill November 18, 1861.

 

Allen, Delzon C., Hillsdale County. Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered June 10, 1861. Missing in action at Malvern, Virginia, July 1, 1862.  Discharged for disability at Detroit, Michigan, January 24, 1863. Resided in Grand Rapids, Michigan after service. Buried Greenwood Cemetery, Orange County, Florida.

 

Allen, H. Linden, Litchfield. Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18. Height 5’7”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability September 27, 1862 at Fortress Monroe, Virginia, for disability. Resided in Ovid, Michigan after service. Born in Huron,Ohio.

 

Allen, Jerome,  Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, as First Sergeant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 32. Mustered June 20, 1861. Commissioned Second Lieutenant May 1, 1862.  Mustered May 1, 1862. Commissioned First Lieutenant July 1, 1862. Mustered July 1, 1862. Commanding company from July 1863 to May 1864.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Resided in Goshen, Indiana after service.

 

Allen, Jesse I., Lenawee County. Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability at Washington, D.C., August 3, 1861.

 

Allen, LemuelTecumseh. Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, as Sergeant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Died in Richmond, Virginia, June 28, 1862 of wounds received in action at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862.

 

Allen, Tristram C., (Veteran), Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, in Adrian, for 3 years, age 17.  Merchant by trade. Resided with grandparents ages 77, 71, and four siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded in action Malvern Hill July 1, 1862.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863. Mustered January 1, 1864. Corporal. Wounded in action, shot in hand, May 5, 1864.  No further record.

 

Allen, William Henry, Lenawee County. Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Height 5’4½”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 10, 1861. Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, July 2, 1863. Held at Belle Island Richmond, Virginia, then  moved then to Andersonville, Georgia, March 18, 1864. Released November 20, 1864 after spending fourteen months in POW camps. Discharged at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, February 3, 1865. Disability sore hip, left leg was 1½ inches shorter than the right. Resided in Ridgeway Township, Michigan after war. Sent to the Old Soldiers Home, Grand Rapids for two years 1892-94. Died June 4,1927. Buried in Soldiers Home Cemetery, Grand Rapids, Michigan. Born on October 21,1841 in Rome, Michigan.

 

Anderson, Allen, Litchfield. Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, as Fourth Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22. Height 5’9”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair dark. Farmer by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability, lung disease at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, January 13, 1862. Re-enlisted in the Eleventh Michigan Infantry, March 10, 1865. Mustered out September 12, 1865. Resided in Litchfield, Michigan after service. Died January 27, 1892. Buried in Mt. Hope Cemetery Litchfield, Michigan. Born in Farmington, New York.

 

Anderson, Findlatur  C., St. Joseph County. Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20.  Miller by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, November 19, 1861. Born in New York.

 

Anderson, James B., Washtenaw County. Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded in action at Gaines’ Mill, June 27, 1862. Discharged for disability at Newark, New Jersey, October 29, 1862. Buried Bell Oak Cemetery, Bell Oak, Michigan.

 

Anderson, John F., Ann Arbor. Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23. Mustered June 20, 1861. Killed in action at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862.

 

Andrews, Cornelius,  Jackson County. Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23. Carpenter by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged at Sharpsburg, Maryland, October 25, 1862. Resided Penn View, Pennsylvania, after the service. Born in Ohio.

 

Andrews, John, Cold Water. Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Died August 10, 1862, in hospital at Washington, D.C., of wounds to elbow and hip, received in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862.  Buried in National Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York.  Grave No. 349. 

 

Andrews, John F., Washtenaw County. Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, as Wagoner, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Height 5’9”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair auburn. Farmer by trade. Detached temporary to Eighteenth Rhode Island Lt. Artillery at Miner’s Hill, Virginia. Deserted along with Private Stephen H. Aldrich, at Aquaria Creek Virginia. August 22, 1862, gone to the Maryland shore in a bark. Born in New York.

 

Ansel, Henry I.Ida. Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 17.  Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded in action, scalp injury during Seven Days’ Battles of 1862. Slightly wounded in action at Gettysburg July 2, 1863. Detailed to nursed wounded on battlefield.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service, June 30, 1864. Living with his widow mother and siblings. Buried Richardson Cemetery, Monroe County, Michigan.  Born in Michigan.

 

Armstrong, George, Montreal. Entered service in unassigned, Fourth Infantry. Substitute for William Lewis, drafted February 26, 1863, from Berlin, St. Clair County, for nine months. Deserted. Buried in Pine Tree Cemetery, Shiawassee County, Michigan.

 

Ashmore, Obed S., Steuben, Indiana. Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Height 5’9”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Farmer by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded slightly (shot in left arm) while in action at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 12, 1862. Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863. Held at Andersonville prison. Contacted rheumatism in leg and back while incarcerated. Discharged at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 3, 1865. Resided in Corning, New York after war. Born in Franklin, Ohio.

 

Atkinson, Theodore P., Riga, Lenawee County. Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 25.  Laborer by trade. Married. Mustered June 20, 1861. Killed in action at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862. Born in Pennsylvania.

 

Austin, Albert, Washtenaw County. Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Transferred to Battery D, Fifth United States Artillery, October 9, 1862. Discharged at Sharpsburg, Maryland, by G. O. No. 154, October 25, 1862.

 

Austin, Charles F.,  Monroe City. Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861 at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Farmer by trade. Two siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862, First man shot in company that day. Cenotaph in Woodland Cemetery, Monroe, Michigan. Born in 1839 in Brooklyn,Michigan.

 

Austin, James, Waterloo. Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 28. Height 5’6”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability at Columbia College Hospital, Washington, D.C., October 27, 1861. Resided in Mulliken, Michigan after service. Buried Oakwood Cemetery, Grand Ledge, Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Austin, Lorenzo D., Monroe County. Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, as Musician, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 43. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Sharpsburg, Maryland, October 27, 1862. Buried Burr Oak Cemetery, Burr Oak, Kansas.

 

Avery, Burgess M., Dundee. Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Mustered June 20, 1861. Died of disease in Regimental Hospital at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, December 27, 1861. Buried Military Asylum Cemetery, Washington, D.C.

 

Avery, Elroy McKendree, Monroe. Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 17. Student at time of enlistment. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Enlisted in the Eleventh Michigan Cavalry Company E, August 14, 1863 at Monroe. Mustered December 9, 1863 for three years. Mustered out as Sergeant Major September 1, 1864. Discharged at Pulaski, Tennessee, August 10, 1865. Resided in Ohio after service, and elected to the Senate. Born on July 14,1844 in Erie, Michigan. Died December 1,1935.

 

Avery, James E., Lenawee County. Entered service in Company B, Fourth Infantry, at organization, as Second Lieutenant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 28. Height 5’10½”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown.  Carriage maker by trade. Commissioned to date May 16, 1861. Mustered June 20, 1861. Commissioned First Lieutenant January 12, 1862. Admitted to Hospital in April 1862 at Yorktown, Virginia, while washing his face in swamp water, a violent inflammation of the right eye occurred rendering him wholly unfit for duty. Totally blind in right eye and almost blind in the left. Sent to Fortress Monroe, surgeon stated it was an ulceration of the cornea, which  never improved. Resigned and honorably discharged December 4, 1862 by G. O. No. 20 Surgeon Certificate. Died December 23,1911, Old Soldiers Home, Grand Rapids, Michigan. Buried Riverside Cemetery, Saugatuck, Michigan. Born on October 19, 1832 in Mannsville, Jefferson County, New York.

 

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Bacon, Reuben C., Washtenaw County. Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Corporal.  Discharged for disability at Washington, D.C., January 5, 1864. Buried Highland Cemetery, Ypsilanti, Michigan.

 

Bacon, William J., Lenawee County. Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 17. Height 5’6 ½”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light.  Shoemaker by trade. Mustered  June 20, 1861. Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 29, 1864. Buried Gleason Cemetery, Reading Township, Michigan, Born in Connecticut.

 

Baetz, Charles,  Enlisted in Band, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24, as First Class Musician. Mustered June 20, 1861. Mustered out at Harrison’s Landing, Virginia, August 10, 1862. Resided in Sandusky, Ohio after the war.

 

Bailey, Albert, Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry. On List of Absentees at Special Muster. August 18, 1862, with the remark: “Absent with leave.” No further record.

 

Bailey, Israel, Dexter, Washtenaw County. Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, as Sergeant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 45. Father of six. Blacksmith by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, November 23, 1861. Buried in Forest Lawn Cemetery, Dexter, Michigan. Born in Canada.

 

Bailey, Jared B., Adrian. Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Six siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, January 16, 1862. Resided in Palmyra, Michigan after service. Born in Michigan.

 

Bailey, Thomas, Wayne County. Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 45. Height 5’8”. Complexion dark. Eyes hazel. Hair black. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded in action and missing at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, July 27, 1862. Paroled at Dicken’s Landing, Virginia, August 5, 1862. In Hospital for six months because of chronic diarrhea. Transferred to Invalid Corps September 15, 1863. Born in England.

 

Bailey, William H. (Veteran), Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, as Musician, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Re-enlisted December 29, 1863. Mustered January 1, 1864. On detached service with Company K, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 6, 1865. Discharged for disability at San Antonio, Texas, January 8, 1866. Resided in Waupella, Illinois, after service. Born in Michigan.

 

Bailey, Isaac, Lenawee County. Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, September 16, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years. Mustered September 16, 1861. Age 22. Farm laborer by trade. Killed in action at Gaines’ Mill, June 27, 1862. Born in Michigan.

 

Baker, Albert, Hillsdale County. Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, as Musician ( fifer), June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Height 5’7”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Transferred to Company B, November 31, 1861. Discharged for disability at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, January 5, 1862. Born in New York.

 

Baker, Alvah, Hudson. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, March 19, 1864, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 44. Mustered April 5, 1864. On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Died of disease near Petersburg, Virginia, August 10, 1864.

 

Baker, John F., Monroe County. Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, September 13, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years. Mustered October 1, 1861. Age 25. Height 5’5½”. Complexion dark. Eyes blue. Carpenter by trade after service. Wounded in action July 2, 1863 (gunshot right hand ball passed directly through hand fracturing little finger) in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.  On detached service with Company A, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, at Petersburg, Virginia. Wounded again in action (gunshot through right hip ) during the battle of the Wilderness, Virginia, May 5, 1864, . Stated he was in fifty-five skirmishes. Discharged at expiration of term of service near Petersburg, Virginia, October 6, 1864. Resided in, Carleton, Michigan after service. Died April 19, 1921. Buried in Ash, Michigan. Born on July 17,1836 in Michigan.

 

Baker, Moses W., Livingston County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Mustered out at expiration of term of service June 29, 1864.

 

Baker, Newel E., Monroe County. Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Laborer by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability October 22, 1861. Born in Michigan.

 

Baker, Perry, Monroe.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, September 17, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 22. Eight siblings. His mother died before he was 11. Mustered September 24, 1861. Died at Belle Isle, Richmond, Virginia, July 15, 1862, of wounds received in action at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862. Had the G.A.R.  Post named after him in Carleton, Michigan. Born in Michigan.

 

Baker, Ransom,  Hudson. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, March 29, 1864, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 43.  Mustered April 5, 1864. On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, at Petersburg, Virginia. Died of disease near Petersburg, Virginia, July 7, 1864. Buried National Cemetery, City Point, Virginia.

 

Baker, William F., Steuben, Indiana. Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability near Falmouth, Virginia, January 2, 1863. Resided in Elgin, Nebraska after service.

 

Balcom, William R., Riley.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 17.  Height 6’. Complexion dark. Eyes black. Hair black. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in face and back at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 2, 1862. Wounded slightly in action at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 12, 1862. Lost thumb on right hand. Discharged for disability at Washington, D.C., February 14, 1863. Resided in Nebraska after  service. Born in New York.

 

Baldinger, TheodoreEnlisted in Band, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23. Shoemaker by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged at Harrison’s Landing, Virginia, August 10, 1862. Born in Switzerland.

 

Baldwin, Edward S.,  Enlisted as Commissary Sergeant, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Commissioned Second Lieutenant, Company D, September 1, 1861. Acting Regimental Quartermaster from January to June, 1862.  Commissioned First Lieutenant, Company K, September 1, 1862.  Mustered September 1, 1862. Transferred to Company F, November 26, 1862. Commanding company from January 29, 1863, to June 1863. Was on leave during the battle of Gettysburg. Resigned and honorably discharged July 29, 1863 by Special Order 160, stating of him “to be worthless and incapable.” Suffered from  remitting fever, rheumatism and diarrhea after service. Died October 29, 1890, Marceline, Missouri. Born in Ohio.

 

Ball, Allen, Hudson. Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 27. Height 5’5½”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair sandy. Worked as a shipping clerk at a spoke and hub factory. Mustered June 20, 1861. Sergeant. Discharged for disability at Washington, D.C., June 18, 1862. Died of heart disease on July 6,1888. Buried in Maple Grove Cemetery, Hudson, Michigan. Born in Michigan.

 

Bancroft, John M., Wayne County. Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, as Sergeant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18. Height 5’8”. Complexion fair. Eyes black. Hair black. Civil Engineering and Architectural Draftsman by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Detached to the Balloon Corps. First Sergeant July 1, 1862. Discharged to accept promotion September 28, 1862. Reported as Second Lieutenant, Company C, July 1862. Commissioned First Lieutenant, Company K, September 3, 1862.  Mustered September 28, 1862. Transferred to Company H, March 12, 1863. Commanding Company H, from July 2, 1863 to November 1863. Commanding Company B, from May 10, 1864. Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864.  Attended Dartmouth College.  He was a constant reader of scientific journals, trade papers and statistical reports of the insurance reports. Married in 1865, fathered seven children. Resided in Reading, Massachusetts after service. Died July 27, 1918. Born in Massachusetts.

 

Bardwell, George W.,  Washtenaw County. Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Deserted at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, November 21, 1861. Has an interment plot 74 in Edenville Township, Michigan, Old Edenville Cemetery. Plot is empty. Born in New York.

 

Barhydt, James H., Hillsdale County. Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 35. Height 5’8”. Complexion dark. Eyes black. Hair black. Printer by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded shot in ankle at Malvern, Virginia, July 1, 1862. Captured at same, paroled at City Point, Virginia, July 19, 1862. Sent to U.S. General Hospital, David’s Island, New York Harbor.  Ordered to return to regiment by surgeon November 2, 1863, never reported. Listed as a deserter. Born in New York City, New York.

 

Barker, Augustus K.,  Hillsdale. Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18.  Mustered June 20, 1861. 2nd Corporal. March 18, 1862, tied up for leaving camp with Pvt. Watson Simmons. Reduce in rank May 13, 1863. Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 28, 1864. Born in Ohio.

 

Barlow, Charles H., Livingston County. Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded (shot in lung) at Fredericksburg, Virginia. Discharged at Harper’s Ferry, Virginia, February 19, 1863 reduced from 180 pounds to less than 100 pounds. Farm hand by trade. Resided in Leroy, Michigan after war. Buried Maple Hill Cemetery, Leroy, Michigan.  Born in Michigan.

 

Barnes, Dexter C.Lenawee County. Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 32.  Teamster by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, March 3, 1862. Born in New York.

 

Barnes, Henry A. (Veteran), Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Height 5’11”. Complexion dark. Eyes blue. Hair black . Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Promoted to Corporal January 1862, and Sergeant, August 14, 1862. Mustered January 1, 1864. Wounded in action, shot in arm, May 5, 1864. On detached service with Company C, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, at Petersburg, Virginia. Transferred to Company B, July 1, 1865. Wounded in action at Hatcher’s Run, Virginia, February 6, 1865. Discharged for disability at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, August 26, 1865. Buried at Soldiers Home Cemetery, Grand Rapids, Michigan.

 

Barnes, Joel H. (Veteran), Kalamazoo County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 16, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years. Mustered June 20, 1861. Age 26. Height 5’11”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair brown. Resided with widow mother. Cabinet maker by trade. Injured while unloading a barge at West Point, Virginia, May 1, 1862. Re-enlisted December 25, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864. September 30, 1864 shot in right shoulder joint by a bullet, movement of shoulder greatly impeded. Discharged at Harper Hospital, Detroit, Michigan, on Surgeon’s certificate of disability, on account of wounds received in action. Brother of Luke. Resided in Fulton, Michigan, after service. Born in Canada.

 

Barnes, Lewis, Lenawee County. Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Mustered June 20, 1861. Killed in action of Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862.

 

Barnes, Luke, St. Joseph County. Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Height 5’10½”. Complexion sandy. Eyes blue. Hair red. Mustered June 20, 1861. April 17, 1863  Court martialed for sleeping on post between the hours of 3 a.m. and 5 a.m. and being disrespectful. Taken prisoner at Aldie,Virginia, June 26, 1863 (fell out of the marching ranks due to sunstroke).  Returned to regiment January 1, 1864.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Farmer by trade. Brother of Joel. Four siblings. Suffered from rheumatism after war. Resided in Adrian, Michigan after service. Admitted to Old Soldiers Home, Dayton, Ohio, September 10, 1889, discharged February 11, 1893. Died in Athens, Michigan January 2, 1922. Born in Michigan.

 

Barrett, Charles H. (Veteran), Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18. Height 5’8”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair sandy. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Re-enlisted as Sergeant December 29, 1863, at Tecumseh, Michigan. Mustered January 1, 1864.  On detached service with Company G, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864. First Sergeant.  Discharged July 19, 1865, to accept commission as Captain of Company C. Commissioned Captain of Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865 (back-dated).  Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, February 26, 1866. Resided in Bryon Center, Michigan after service. Born in Dundee, New York.

 

Barrett, Orvey S., Lenawee County. Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, as Sergeant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 26. Height 5’7½”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair dark.  Engineer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. First Sergeant. Second Lieutenant September 1, 1862. Mustered February 28, 1863. Wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863, severely shot in left leg.  Commanding company February 1864. Discharged for disability May 23, 1864, on account of wounds received in action, as he  could not march with regiment in the field. In his examination in front of the recommendation’s board for officers in the Veteran Reserves Corps, the board rated  him on: General Education: "bad." Intelligence: indifferent. Knowledge of tactics: "bad." Of Regulation: "bad." Article of War: “bad. Disciplined: "Indifferent." Service: "indifferent." Attention to duty: “good.” Board recommendation “decided not to recommend commission. Yet he wrote a book after war, was an engineer by trade and commanded a company of the 4th. Died February 11, 1892. Buried Oakwood Cemetery, Adrian, Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Bartlett, John, Ann Arbor.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 47. Height 5’11”. Complexion dark. Eyes blue. Hair black.  Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. In hospital Georgetown, D.C., chronic kidney inflammation, March 14, 1862. Discharged for disability April 11, 1862. Died on April 27, 1867. Buried Pray Cemetery, Washtenaw County, Michigan. Born on April 8, 1812 in England.

 

Baryan, Lorenzo, Livingston County. Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, March 3, 1862.

 

Bassett, Almon S., Wright. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, March 24, 1864, at Wright, Michigan for 3 years, age 17. Carpenter by trade.  Mustered April 5, 1864. On detached service with First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia. Transferred to Company K, by order, June 6, 1865. Discharged at Houston, Texas, May 26, 1866. Resided in Toledo, Ohio, after war. Born in New York.

 

Bates, Charles, Williams, Ohio. Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Day laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability at Fort Woodbury September 6, 1861. Later in life became a doctor in Florence, Ohio.

 

Bates, Ezra, Macomb County. Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24. Four siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861. Missing in action at Mechanicsville, Virginia, June 26, 1862. Cenotaph at  Hart Cemetery, Macomb County, Michigan. Born on August 2, 1837 in Michigan.

 

Bates, John, see Dates, John

 

Bates, Gordon, St. Lima Township, Indiana. Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, as 1st Sergeant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20.  Farm laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 4, 1862. Lost total site in both eyes. Resided with parents and three siblings. Capt. Woods said of him, “is a perfect brick and is considered the best First Sergeant in the regiment.” Born in Ohio.

 

Bates Henry C., Scio. Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Michigan Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24.  Logger by trade. Resided on parents’ farm with three siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Transferred to Navy at Erie, Pennsylvania in 1863. Fireman on the U.S. steamer "Silver Cloud". Served in Farragut fleet. Mustered out in Memphis, Tennessee. Resided in Augusta, Kansas after war. Born in Michigan.

 

Battey, William F., Lenawee County. Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, as First Sergeant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23. Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability September 2, 1861, at Ft. Woodbury.

 

Bauer, Anton, Washtenaw County. Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 27. Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863 shot through left arm fracturing the bone near shoulder, also wounded in left side of body. Transferred to Invalid Corps February 15, 1864. Mustered out June 21, 1864. Resided in Adam City, Michigan after service.

 

Baumiester, John, Enlisted in Band, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 43. Mustered June 20, 1861. As 2nd Class Musician. Discharged for disability at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, February 14, 1862.

 

Beach, Edward E., Chelsea. Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, as Sergeant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23. Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability June 5, 1862.  Buried Pleasant Ridge Cemetery, Lincoln County, Oklahoma.

 

Beach, Wallace F.Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, February 8, 1864, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 16.  Height 5’3½”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown. Two siblings. Cooper by trade. Mustered February 9, 1864. Received a $60 bounty at enlistment. On detached service with Company C, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Mustered out at Portsmouth Grove, Rhode Island, June 18, 1865, while serving with First Infantry. Buried in Maple Grove Cemetery, Hudson, Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Beal, Henry E.,  Branch County. Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 31.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded in action shot through left shoulder and taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863. Confined in Richmond, Virginia. Paroled at City Point, Virginia. August 2, 1863, admitted to hospital same day. Returned to regiment December 10, 1863. Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Died November 24, 1893. Buried at Manistee, Michigan.

 

Beam, Henry O.Hillsdale. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 22, 1864, at Hillsdale, for 3 years, age 18. Mustered March 3, 1864. On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia. Transferred to Company K, reorganized Fourth Infantry, by order, June 6, 1865. Died of disease at Green Lake, Texas, August 1, 1865. Buried in National Cemetery, Brownsville, Texas. Grave No. 514.

 

Beaman, George W., Monroe County. Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Mustered June 20, 1861. Mustered out at expiration of term of service, June 30, 1864.

 

Beasom, GeorgeEnlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, February 6, 1864, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 28. Height 5’11”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair sandy.   Mustered February 6, 1864. Wounded in action May 5, 1864. On detached service with Company C, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company K, reorganized Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865. Discharged at Houston, Texas, May 26, 1866. Resided in South Dakota after service. Buried in Maple Grove Cemetery, Hudson, Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Becker, Wilson, Branch County. Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23. Resided with parents and two siblings. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Killed in action at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 14, 1862. Born in New York.

 

Beckley, Guy, Ann Arbor. Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, as Wagoner, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 31. Painter and Constable by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability September 20, 1861, at Ft. Woodbury. Buried at Ann Arbor, Michigan. Married, father of two children, 7 and 4. Suffered from rheumatisms after service. Died on November 19,1893 and was buried in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Born in Michigan.

 

Beebe, Corwin, Jackson County. Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Height 5’7”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair light.  Blacksmith by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Left in United States Hospital, West Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Deserted from hospital March 1, 1863. Resided in Warrington, Florida after service. Born in Eaton, Ohio.

 

Beebe, Darwin C., Litchfield. Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Height 5’9”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Cooper by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability, wounded at Baltimore, Maryland, December 7, 1862. Re-entered service. Enlisted in Fourteenth Battery Light Artillery, December 31, 1863, at Detroit, for 3 years. Mustered December 31, 1863. Corporal March 1864. Mustered out at Jackson, Michigan, July 1, 1865. Resided in Litchfield, Michigan after service. Born in Eaton, Ohio.

 

Beebe, George E.Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, September 11, 1861, at Hudson. Discharged for disability at Sharpsburg, Maryland, October 6, 1862.

 

Beers, Jeptha W., Tecumseh. Entered service in Company G, Fourth Infantry, at organization, as Second Lieutenant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 40.  Blacksmith by trade. Seriously  ill while in camp at Adrian, Michigan in May of 1861 and returned to Tecumseh on May 28, 1861,. Regained his strength,returned to regiment, and mustered as Second Lt.. Then commissioned to First Lieutenant, Company K, May 1, 1862. Wounded in action (shot in groin) and taken prisoner at battle of Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862. Died July 6, 1862 while being removed from field hospital to Richmond, Virginia.  Buried in Brookside Cemetery Tecumseh. Born in New York.  Tecumseh, Michigan's first war casualty.  G.A.R. post named after him.

 

Bellows, Alonzo C.,  Lucas, Ohio. Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Sick April 1862, sent on ship to New York. Rejoined regiment in July 1862. Corporal. Wounded in action at Gettysburg, Virginia, July 2, 1863, shot in right leg. Admitted to General Hospital, York, Pennsylvania on July, 20,1863 and returned to duty September 2, 1863. Detail as clerk at Dept. HQ. Transferred as a nurse to a floating hospital ship August 31, 1863. Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Resided in Rock Run, Illinois after the war. Admitted to Old Soldiers Home at Quincy, Illinois on January 5,1898 and died there on February 21,1898.

 

Bender, David., Otsego, Indiana. Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23. Resided with parents and six siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861. Corporal July 1, 1863. Reenlisted December 29, 1863. Mustered January 1, 1864. On detached service with Company B, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia. Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865. Sergeant September 30, 1864.  Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, February 26, 1866. Resided in Hamilton, Indiana, after service. Cabinet maker by trade. Born in Ohio.

 

Benderitter, Frank,  Monroe County. Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Mustered June 20, 1861. Corporal July 1, 1863. Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. After service trade was school custodian, in Monroe. Died in 1923 and buried Woodland Cemetery Monroe, Michigan. Born in 1843 in Ohio.

 

Bennett, Alexander C., Steuben, Indiana. Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 25. Height 5’3”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Thresher by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863. Died October 28, 1863. Born in Onandago, New York.

 

Benett, George H., Steuben, Indiana. Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Height 5’10”. Complexion dark. Eyes dark. Hair dark. Mustered June 20, 1861. Killed in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862. Buried in Genesee County, Michigan.

 

Bennett, William, Livingston County. Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20. Farm laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded in action at Gaines’ Mill, June 27, 1862, by  gunshot wound. Transferred to Battery D, Fifth United States Artillery. Discharged at Sharpsburg, Maryland, by G. O. No. 154, October 25, 1862. Resided in Fowlerville, Michigan after war.

 

Bensler, Jacob, Washtenaw County. Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, September 19, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years. Mustered September 19, 1861. Re-enlisted December 29, 1863, at Ann Arbor.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  Wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863. Werkert Woods wounded in right shoulder by a shell fragment. On detached service with Company E, First Infantry, by order, July 12, 1864, near Petersburg, Virginia. Received flesh wound in the right thigh on March 25, 1865. Transferred to Company C, reorganized Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865. Discharged at Detroit, Michigan on Surgeon’s certificate of disability August 22, 1865. Resided in Manchester, New Jersey after war. Admitted to Old Soldiers Home, Dayton, Ohio, September1, 1894, released August 6, 1903. Born in Germany.

 

Benson, Adelbert, Monroe. Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Mustered June 20, 1861. Corporal. Killed in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863. Buried near the Rose Barn. Re-interned Gettysburg National Cemetery. Section 6-B.

 

Bentley, Jonathan, Lenawee County. Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 33. Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability October 29, 1861.

 

Berger, SamuelHomer. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, March 26, 1864, at Homer, for 3 years, age 18. Mustered April 5, 1864. On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia. Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry June 6, 1865. Admitted to Harper Hospital Detroit, Michigan, June 16, 1865. Discharged at Detroit, Michigan, July 12, 1865.  Resided in Homer, Michigan after service. Born in Pennsylvania.

 

Besemer, Charles B. (Veteran), Washtenaw County. Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 34. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863, at Ann Arbor. Mustered January 1, 1864. On detached service, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia. Commissary Sergeant December 28, 1864. Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 11, 1865.  No further record. Buried in Forest Hill Cemetery, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

 

Beesimer, Antone, Lenawee County. Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 27. Cooper by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability at New York October 29, 1862, on account of wounds received in action at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862. Born in New York.

 

Best, Benjamin, Hillsdale County. Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded in action at battle of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863, shot in toe. Died May 15, 1864 of wounds received in action at Wilderness, Virginia, May 5, 1864.

 

Bidwell, John E., Salem. Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, August 3, 1862, at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, age 25. Married with young children. Farmer by trade. Discharged for disability at Yorktown, Virginia, May 1, 1862. Born in Michigan.

 

Bidwell, John E., Hudson. Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, August 12, 1862, at Ann Arbor, for 3 years, age 25. Married with two young children. Farmer by trade. Mustered August 12, 1862. Joined regiment at Ann Arbor October 2, 1862. On detached service with Company E, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864. Discharged May 30, 1865. Died on December 3,1888 of "brain trouble" in Youngstown, Ohio. Born in Castile, New York.

 

Billings, Edgar M. (Veteran). Enlisted in Company A, Fourth infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23. Height 5’7½”. Eyes gray. Hair light. Painter by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Re-enlisted December 29, 1863. Mustered January 1, 1864. Wounded in action May 5, 1864, Wilderness, Virginia, slightly by shell fragment in hip. On detached service with Company A, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864. Corporal September 1, 1864. Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, by order, June 6, 1865.  Sergeant November 1, 1865. Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, February 26, 1866. Suffered from chronic diarrhea and deafness after war. Resided in Tuscola, Michigan after service. Died July 25, 1892. Buried in Flint, Michigan. Born in Vermont.

 

Bilson, John W., Ann Arbor. Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, August 26, 1862, at Ann Arbor, for 3 years, age 20.  Lived with parents and four siblings. Laborer by trade.  On detached service with Company K, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864. Discharged at Washington, D.C., June 5, 1865. Sometime in his service he came down with typhoid fever and suffered from rheumatism. Born in New York.

 

Billson, Henry, Scio. Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Died of disease at Falmouth, Virginia, December 26, 1862. Buried National Cemetery, Fredericksburg, Virginia.

 

Bing, John, Lenawee County. Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 29. Height 5’8”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair black.  Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 24, 1862. Born in Ireland.

 

Bingham, James H., Homer. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 22, 1864, at Homer, for 3 years, age 18. Mustered March 3, 1864. On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864. Transferred, by order, June 6, 1865, to Company K, Fourth Infantry.

 

Bird, James M.,  Hudson. Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, May 16, 1861, at Sturgis, for 3 years, age 25.  Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Missing in action at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 26, 1863. Wounded and taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Died in prison, December 1863. Brother of William. Buried Kirby Cemetery, Mt. Pleasant North Adam, Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Bird, William, Hillsdale County. Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Farmer by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability at Warrentown, Virginia, November 16, 1862. Wounded in right hand, brother of James. Resided in Adam, Michigan after service. Born in New York.

 

Birdsell, Charles, Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, as Second Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 39. Height 5’10½”. Complexion dark. Eyes gray. Hair dark. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out April 25, 1862 on account of disability Dyspepsia. Buried Grace Lawn Cemetery, Middlebury, Indiana. Born in Wayne County, New York.

 

Birge, William H., Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Farm laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  In hospital winter of 1862, returned to regiment November 30, 1862. Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 28, 1864. Resided with his father. Resided in Franklin, Pennsylvania after service. Born in New York.

 

Bisbee, Charles E., Monroe. Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Mason by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability at Washington, D.C., October 15, 1862, on account of wounds received in action at Malvern Hills, Virginia, July 1, 1862, shot through the left side. Resided in New York after service. Died in April 1880 of Erysipelas. Born in Michigan.

 

Bisonette, Samuel, Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Killed in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863. Buried Gettysburg National Cemetery Section 1-C. Born in Michigan.

 

Bissell, Henry, Tecumseh, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Photographer by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864.  Was in 42 engagements. Died in Tecumseh, Michigan March 3, 1930. Buried in Brookside Cemetery, Tecumseh, Michigan. Born on May 31, 1840 in Bastrop County, Texas.

 

Bissell, Joseph A.Hillsdale. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, March 29, 1864, at Hillsdale, for 3 years, age 29.  Mustered April 5, 1864.  On detached service with First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Admitted to Harper Hospital March 4, 1865.  Discharged at Detroit, Michigan, May 20, 1865. Died on May 4,1882 in Soldier's Home, Dayton, Ohio and buried there.

 

Bixler, Frank M., Steuben, Indiana.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1864, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Height 5’10”. Complexion light. Eyes dark. Hair brown. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Admitted General Hospital Camp “B” Fredrick, Maryland, November 12, 1862 for chronic diarrhea.  Transferred to Prince Street Hospital, Alexandria, Virginia, December 2, 1862. Transferred to Fort Wood Hospital, New York, December 8, 1862. Rejoined regiment October 9, 1863. Discharged for disability at Bealton, Virginia, March 1, 1864. After 1½ years in the General Hospital because of chronic hepatitis. Resided in Summit, Indiana after service. Born in Ohio.

 

Blanchard, William H., St. Joseph County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Released at Savannah, Georgia, November 20, 1864.  Discharged at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, March 8, 1865.  Suffered from chronic diarrhea after war. Resided in South Boardman, Michigan after war.

 

Blankman, George, Quebec, Canada.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June, 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Missing in action was a straggler on the march to Fredericksburg, Virginia. On November 18, 1862, taken prisoner. Paroled at City Point, Virginia,  December 14, 1862.  Never reported to regiment.

 

Blatchley, Truman R., Litchfield.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry Sixth Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Height 5’1”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair dark.  Cooper by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862. Born in Saratoga, New York.

 

Bliss, Edmund,  Oakland County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Transferred to Invalid Corps September 15, 1863.  Died on March 29,1897; buried at Oak Ridge Cemetery, Bay County, Michigan.

 

Blodgett, Worcester, Dexter, Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 27. Farmer by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged at Portsmouth, Virginia, October 11, 1862, on account of gun shot wound chest  received in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862. Sent to Portsmouth, Hospital stayed 2 months. Transferred to Hampton Hospital, Virginia; discharged November 1, 1862. Married June 1, 1879. Died July 28, 1909 in Dexter, Michigan. Buried Webster Church Cemetery, Washtenaw County, Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Blowers, Martin A., Pittsford, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, September 10, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 25. Height 5’8”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown.  Teacher and farm laborer by trade. Mustered September 10, 1861.  Missing in action July 1, 1862.  Transferred to Invalid Corps, March 15, 1864.  Baptist Minister after the war. Resided in Minnesota. Died on August 19, 1918 in Fairhaven, Minnesota. Born in New York.

 

Boag, Andrew, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18. Height 6’. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Molder by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded at Malvern Hill, July 1, 1862.  Asst. Division Wagon master from October 1862 to April 1864.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 29, 1864. Born in New Jersey.

 

Boies, Albert Hartson, Lenawee.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, September 10, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 17. Height 5’5”. Complexion light. Eyes black. Hair dark. Farm laborer by trade and musician. Mustered September 18, 1861.  Wounded in action July 1, 1862 Malvern Hill shot in chest, saved by diary. Wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863 in right hand, third and fourth fingers, taken prisoner, escaped that night. Sent to Summit House Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Transferred to Invalid Corp March 15, 1864 as Chief Musician. Discharged at expiration of term of service at Elmira, New York, October 1, 1864, from Company F, Nineteenth Regiment, Veteran Reserve Corps. Resided with his parents and five siblings. Was a recruiting officer for Spanish-American War and World War I. Born in Michigan.

 

Bolles, George W., Coldwater.  Enlisted in Company E, Forth Infantry, August 21, 1862, at Hudson, age 32.  Farm Laborer by trade. Wounded in action, shot in hand, May 10, 1864.  Returned to duty from Satterlee Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on October 3, 1862.  Discharged near Washington, D.C., June 5, 1865.  Resided in Hillsdale, Michigan after service. Father of five children; the oldest being nine years old. Suffered from chronic diarrhea after war. Resided in Coldwater, Michigan after service. Born in New York.

 

Bolles, Seth  (Veteran), Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24.  Turner in the wood trade. Lived with parents.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 31, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  Gone from regiment, returned on May 30, 1864. Wounded in action June 3, 1864.  On detached service with Company K, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Discharged at San Antonio, Texas, February 10, 1866.  Resided in Hudson, Michigan after service. Buried Oak Hill Cemetery, Grand Rapids, Michigan. Born in Ohio.

 

Bond, Stephen C.,  Hillsdale. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 12, 1864, at Hillsdale, for 3 years, age 51. Farmer by trade. Mustered March 3, 1864.  On detached service with First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Died of disease (erysipelas) in Camden Street Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland, July 1, 1864. Buried in Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland. Born in England.

 

Bone, Christian N., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 27. Height 5’3”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Blacksmith by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Fifth Corps blacksmith.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 29, 1864. Born in Indiana.

 

Boothby, Henry, Livingston County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23. Four siblings. Farm laborer by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, December 19, 1861. Born in Ohio.

 

Boothe, George W., Wright. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 26, 1864, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 26.  Mustered March 2, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Wounded in action near Petersburg, Virginia, August 17, 1864; shot in the left arm. Discharged February 28, 1865. Resided in Napoleon, Michigan after service. Buried Oak Grove Cemetery, Napoleon, Michigan.

 

Boothe, Welsley, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 26, 1862, for 3 years. Mustered June 26, 1862. Admitted to Hospital August 10, 1862. Not heard from since. Dropped from rolls by G. O. No. 92, War Department, August 28, 1863.

 

Bostwick, Charles, Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Deserted at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, March 14, 1862.

 

Boucher, Caleb Taylor, Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company K. Fourth Infantry, September15, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 19. Farmer by trade. Mustered September 16, 1861.  Discharged for disability December 19, 1861. Mustered into Company I of the Fourteenth Michigan Infantry on April 11,1862. Transferred out on March 19, 1864. Transferred into the Sixteenth Illinois Infantry on the same day. Discharged on April 10, 1865 in Detroit, Michigan. Died on June 30, 1890 in Charlevoix, Michigan. Born in Canada.

 

Boucher, Charles W., Sharon, Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24. Farm laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, November 14, 1861. Resided with widow mother, oldest of six siblings. Born in Canada.

 

Bovee, David (Veteran), Dover, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, September 21, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 22. Farmer by trade. Mustered September 21, 1861. Re-enlisted December 25, 1863. Mustered January 1, 1864. Wounded in action May 5, 1864. On detached service with Company K, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864. Missing in action near Weldon R. R., Virginia, August 21, 1864. Resided in Dover, Michigan after service.

 

Bowen, Adna H., Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Commissioned Second Lieutenant, Company K, Fifteenth Infantry, January 31, 1862.  Taken prisoner September 1862.  Paroled October 1862.  Commissioned First Lieutenant, Company I, October 1, 1862.  Resigned March 30, 1863.  Re-entered service as Captain, Company D, Eleventh Cavalry, at organization. Commissioned August 1, 1863.  Mustered October 23, 1863.  Discharged to accept promotion October 21, 1864.  Promoted Major, Sixth United States Colored Cavalry, November 3, 1864. After war became a Physician in Orion, Michigan. Years later he resided in Payette, Idaho where he practiced law. Died on February 10, 1917 in Payette, Idaho. Born on July 21,1842 in Adrian, Michigan.

 

Bowen George W., Monroe. Enlisted in Fourth Infantry as Hospital Steward, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years. Age 24. Medical Doctor by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Transferred to Sixteenth Michigan Infantry and commissioned Second Assistant Surgeon December 1, 1862. Reported for duty Falmouth, Virginia, December 1, 1862. Discharged May 6, 1863. Re-commissioned June 9, 1863. Mustered out Detroit, Michigan June 28, 1864. Resided in Groveland, Michigan after service. Born in Michigan.

 

Boyd, Thomas, Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22. Height 5'10½". Complexion light. Cooper by trade. Attached to the Balloon Corps in 1861. Wounded in action May 5, 1864 Wilderness. Then at the Battle of the Wilderness, he was wounded by a Minnie ball striking and passing through his left breast and left arm. Severing the ligaments of the arm, resulting in loss of use of two fingers of the left hand, that the wound in the breast disabled him from working at his trade. Mustered out at expiration of term of service June 30, 1864, at Detroit, Michigan. After the war Boyd was a cooper by trade. His arm was partially paralyzed. Admitted to Old Soldiers Home Dayton, Ohio, October 30, 1886, still present December 23, 1903. Buried Riverside Cemetery Albion, Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Boyle, Charles, Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, October 1, 1861, for 3 years. age 49. Mustered October 1, 1861.  Discharged for disability July 6, 1862. Admitted to Old Soldiers Home Dayton, Ohio, where he died January 17, 1880 of heart disease. Buried in Dayton Veterans Administration Cemetery, Sec. B, Row14, Grave 16. Born in Ireland.

 

Boyles, John, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Height 6’. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair black.  Farmer by trade. Lived on parents farm. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Left regiment October 1862, never returned. Reported as a deserter March 1, 1863. Born in Monroe County, New York.

 

Bradford, George W., LaSalle. Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, as Sergeant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Commissioned Second Lieutenant September 13, 1862.  Mustered September 13, 1862.  On detached service with Ambulance Corp from November 1862 to March 1864.  Commanding Company April 1864.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Resided in Carthage, Missouri after service. Died in 1888. Born in Michigan.

 

Bradley, William F.,  Adrian.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, March 10, 1862, at Adrian.  Age 17. Oldest of five siblings. Clerk by trade. On detached service with Company G, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Discharged at Washington, D.C., August 25, 1864, to accept commission.  Re-entered service as First Lieutenant and Adjutant Fourth Infantry, August 31, 1864.  Commissioned to date July 26, 1864.  Mustered August 31, 1864.  Acting Assistant Adjutant General Third Brigade, October, November, and December 1864.  Mustered  out at Houston, Texas, May 26, 1866. Brevet Captain and Major United States Volunteers March 13, 1865, for meritorious services during the war. Born in Michigan.

 

Bradock, Harry B.Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, January 1, 1864, at Pittsford, for 3 years, age 44.  Mustered February 3, 1864.  On detached service with Company C, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Discharged for disability at Bristol, Pennsylvania, May 1, 1865. Resided in Towbridge, Michigan after war.

 

Braiman, William C,  St. Joseph County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24.  Farm hand by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Buried Penfield Cemetery, Monroe County, New York.  Born in New York.

 

Breen, William P.,  Wayne County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Height 5’6”. Complexion light. Eyes black. Hair black. Livery Keeper by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action June 27, 1862 Gaines’ Mill shot in left leg between ankle and knee ball never extracted. Captured June 29, 1862 sent to Richmond, Virginia. Took severe cold causing spitting of blood from lung.  Transferred to 82nd Company 2nd Battalion Veteran Reserve Corps, January 15, 1864. Born in New Jersey.

 

Brenningstall, Horace J., Petersburg.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 17. Laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Re-enlisted in 5th Regular U.S. Infantry on March 20, 1865 and discharged on March 20,1866 in New York. Resided in 1920 Petersburg, Michigan. Married July 12, 1868, fathered three children. After service owner of Broom Handle Company. Died on May 30, 1925 and buried in Pleasant View Cemetery, Summerfield Township, Michigan.  Born on July 18,1843 in Dundee, Michigan.

 

Brewster, George L., Ransom.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, September 1, 1862, at Hillsdale, age 18.  Admitted to hospital fall of 1862, returned to regiment October 3 1862, order, On detached service with Company K, First Infantry, July 2, 1864.  Discharged at Washington, D.C., June 5, 1865.

 

Briggs, Darius H., Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, September 30, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 24. Height 5’7”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair dark. Farmer by trade. Mustered September 30, 1861.  On detached service with Company H, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Discharged at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, September 6, 1864. Born in Shelby, New York.

 

Briggs, William W., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, February 20, 1862, at Adrian.  Mustered February 20, 1862.  Age. 21. Height 5’11”. Complexion dark. Eyes hazel. Hair dark. Farmer by trade. Discharged at Ft. Hamilton, New York, October 28, 1862. General ordered No. 154., and transferred to Battery G, Fifth U.S. Artillery. Born in New York.

 

Brigham, Lucien, Orangeville, St. Joseph County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 34. Farmer by trade. Married with five year old son. Mustered June 20, 1861. Teamster while with the regiment. Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 29, 1864. Born in Massachusetts.

 

Brink, Joseph, Wayne County.  Drafted from Wayne County, February 11, 1863, for 9 months, age 20. Height 5’4”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Farmer by trade. Mustered February 11, 1863.  Assigned to Company H, Fourth Infantry. One of the new recruits brought from Detroit, Michigan, to the regiment with newly commissioned Colonel Jeffords, in March, 1863.. Joined regiment at Falmouth, Virginia, March 23, 1863.  Killed in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863. Buried Gettysburg National Cemetery, Section 19-A. Never received bounty or pay. Born in Germany.

 

Bristol, William T., Hillsdale.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, as Wagoner and teamster, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 15.  Farmer by trade. Married with a one year old son. Mustered June 20, 1861. Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 28, 1864. Resided in Toledo, Ohio after service. Born in New York.

 

Britton, William, Steuben, Indiana.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Farmer by trade. Resided on parents’ farm with five siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, January 13, 1862. Resided in Angola, Indiana after service. Born in Indiana.

 

Brock, David C., Reading.  Enlisted in Company E. Fourth Infantry, as 5th Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862.

 

Brockaw, Zackius Jackson, Everett.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24. Height 5’7”. Eyes blue. Complexion light. Hair black. Student at time of enlistment. Mustered June 20, 1861. In Jarvis Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland for chronic bronchitis where he met his future wife, Mary Ann O’Toole, who was a nurse. Deserted December 5, 1862, rejoined regiment. Transferred to Invalid Corps January 15, 1864, because of bronchitis. After war suffered from chronic bronchitis. Resided in Baltimore, Maryland after service. Died March 17, 1897. Born in New York.

 

Brockway, George, Wright.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Height 5’9”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair light. Farm laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Died of Typhoid fever at Union Hotel, Georgetown, D.C., September 8, 1861. Born in England.

 

Brockway, Martin Bela, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 26.  Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action at New Bridge May 24, 1862. Shot in arm. Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, July 2, 1863.  Discharged at Detroit, Michigan, July 13, 1865. Held as a prisoner of war for 21 months; most of that time at Andersonville, Georgia. His brother, Oliver of the Eighteenth Michigan Infantry, was also held at Andersonville and died the day after Martin arrived there. Martin died January 29, 1903 in Summerfield, Michigan. Buried Pleasant View Cemetery, Ida Township, Michigan. Born in Ohio. “He was badly affected with scurvy that his gums bled and swelled. His teeth were all loose, so that he could not eat his rations of corm bread. His leg and foot were much swollen so that he could only walk with great effort. I saw him at Savannah & Milken Prisons he was not so bad.” George Paul “He was so lame that he walked crippled the severity effect his mouth and limbs while in prison we had noting to protect us from the summer heart or the winter storms. Some would dig holes in the ground for shelter. Our food was unfit for any human being to eat and that we did not have half enough. Our clothes was worn out we had no others. I was there 11 months to suffer these hard ships myself; Brockway was there something like 21 months.” Samuel Fountain. “He laid in prison so long (winter of 1864-65) that he seemed thoroughly broken down in health and was in terrible emotional condition. A good deal of the time unable to help himself that they took a particular interest in his case, on account of his quiet uncomplaining disposition, and being a volunteer from the command.” William Watson

 

Brodock, Harry B., Pittsfield Township. Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, January 31, 1864, at Pittsford, for 3 years, age 44. Height 5’8”. Complexion dark. Eyes dark. Hair black. Farmer by trade. Lived on farm with wife and four children. Father of Henry M. Brodock. Mustered February 3, 1864. On detached service with Company C, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864. Admitted to White Hall Hospital in August 26, 1864 with chronic diarrhea and shell wound to left foot received in battle of Wilderness, Virginia, May 5, 1864. Corporal January 1, 1865. Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Mustered out at Detroit, Michigan, May 26, 1866. Born in Monroe County, New York.

 

Brodock, Henry M., Pittsfield Township. Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, January 31, 1864, at Pittsford, for 3 years, age 15. Height 5’7”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair sandy. Farmer by trade. Son of Harry B. Brodock. Lived on farm with parents and four siblings. Mustered February 3, 1864.  On detached service with Company C, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Corporal January 1, 1865.  Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865. Left leg broken twice below the knee when he was run over by a runaway team and loaded wagon near San Antonio, Texas in February of 1866. Mustered out at Detroit, Michigan, May 26, 1866. Born on May 28,1846 in Pittsford, Michigan.

 

Brogan, James (Veteran), Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, September 13, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years.  Mustered September 13, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 19, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  On detached service with Company K, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Corporal.  Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, February 26, 1866. Suffered from rheumatism after service.

 

Bronson, EdwinMilan, Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 29.  Laborer by trade. Mustered June 29, 1861.  Taken prisoner on June 29, 1863 on the en-route to Gettysburg while guarding a house along the march. Rejoining the regiment September1863. Discharged for disability at Washington, D.C., March 14, 1864. Born in New York.

 

Bronson, GeorgeSee Beasom, George

 

Bronson, William H., Brownstown.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20.  Laborer by trade. Oldest of five siblings, widow mother.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at Malvern Hills, Virginia, July 1, 1862. Born in Michigan.

 

Brower, Eugene, Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action at Malvern Hills, Virginia, July 1, 1862.  Transferred to Battery D, Fifth United States Artillery, October 9, 1862.  Discharged at Sharpsburg, Maryland, October 25, 1862.

 

Brown, Chauncey A., Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E. Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 18, 1862. Lived in Spring Lake, Michigan after the war.

 

Brown, Cyril P., Hudson.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, August 26, 1862, at Detroit, age 18. Height 5’7”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light brown.  Student at time of enlistment. Discharged for disability at Bealton, Virginia, January 9, 1864.  Resided, Spring Lake, Michigan after service. Became a doctor after service. Born in Michigan.

 

Brown, DavidSee Bovee, David

 

Brown, Ezra, Clinton County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 40.  Farmer by trade. At enlistment left six children at home.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Corporal.  August 4, 1861.  Sergeant July 1, 1862.  Wounded severely in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 28, 1864. Admitted to Old Soldiers Home, Dayton, Ohio, November 11, 1903. Released December 23, 1903. Later resided in Harvard, Nebraska where he died on April 8,1919. Born on February 8,1837 in New York.

 

Brown, George Burt., Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Shot in foot September 19, 1862. Rejoined regiment November 30, 1862. Later wounded in shoulder and arm. Discharged for disability at Alexandria, Virginia, April 14, 1863. Resided in Allen, Michigan after war. Died 1925. Allen Cemetery, Allen, Michigan.

 

Brown, John, Amboy, Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, February 11, 1863, at Amboy, for 9 months, age 26. Height 5’1”. Complexion dark. Eyes hazel. Hair dark. Farm laborer by trade. Mustered February 11, 1863.  Substitute for Francis P. Sibley, drafted February 10, 1863.  Sent to regiment March 11, 1863.  One of the new recruits brought from Detroit, Michigan, to the regiment with newly commissioned Colonel Jeffords, in March, 1863. Joined regiment at Falmouth, Virginia, March 23, 1863.  Wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863 shot in the back and hand.  Died July 19, 1863, at West Philadelphia, in hospital, of wounds received in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Died at Saterlee Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on July 19, 1863. Buried in National Cemetery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, grave No. 285. Born in Pennsylvania.

 

Brown, John W., Wheatland, Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, October 8, 1861, for 3 years. Farm laborer by trade left two daughters, ages 11 and 4,  at home.   Mustered October 8, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Miner’s Hill, December 18, 1861. Buried Highland View Cemetery, Big Rapids, Michigan. Born New York.

 

Brown, Joseph, Monroe.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, August 24, 1862, at Monroe, age 27.  Joined regiment at Monroe, August 18, 1862.  Discharged for disability at Bealton, Virginia, April 1864. Suffered from chronic Opholms of the eyes. Died in 1911 and buried in Pleasant View Cemetery, Ida/ Summerfield Township, Michigan.

 

Brown, William, Jr., Monroe.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, August 24, 1862, at Monroe, age 36. Discharged for disability December 31, 1862. Could not read or write at time enlistment. Died in 1912  buried in Woodland Cemetery, Monroe, Michigan.

 

Brown, William C., Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 2861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 32.  Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Sergeant Major September 1, 1862.  Commissioned Second Lieutenant, Company A, January 1, 1862.  Mustered January 4, 1862.  Commissioned First Lieutenant September 13, 1862.  Mustered September 13, 1862.  Court  Martial on February 1, 1863. Conducted prejudicial A.W.O.L. for 6 days. Excuse for being AWOL: “With a woman For three days, he had Railroad problems & for the other three days he was involved in a marriage contract.” Found guilty, loss of 2 month’s pay. Wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863. Shot in the left hip and right side, left lung useless.  Commanding company from October 1, 1863, to April 1864.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. After service stated that, his occupation was an invalid. Resided in Monroe, Michigan after war. Died in 1897 and buried in Woodland Cemetery, Monroe, Michigan. Born on January 10, 1828 in Ogdensburg, New York.

 

Brownell, John G., Rollin.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Height 6’. Complexion dark. Eyes gray. Hair black.  Resided with parents and 6 siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Sergeant. Missing in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Died of typhoid fever and diarrhea, caused by confinement in Richmond, Virginia, as a prisoner, buried in grave 405, Ash Grove Cemetery Annapolis, Maryland, October 29, 1863. Born in Michigan.

 

Brunner, Charles Christian,  Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18.  Shoemaker by trade and apple and candy peddler. Oldest of five children father dying in 1854, leaving widow mother. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Corporal.  Died May 7, 1864, of wounds received in action at the Wilderness, Virginia, May 5, 1864. Born on March 11,1843 in Monroe County, Michigan.

 

Bryan, Herbert D., Woodbridge.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, September 8, 1862, at Hillsdale, age 15. Resided on parent’s farm. In hospital fall of 1862, returned to regiment October 3, 1862. On detached service with Company K, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Corporal.  Discharged at Washington, D.C., June 5, 1865. Resided in Cambria, Michigan after service. Last reunion of the Fourth was held in Hillsdale, Michigan in 1928 with four members Hebert D. Bryan, of Hillsdale Albert. H. Boise of Hudson, Albert W. Vaness of Hillsdale and Jacob. H. Perrine of Albion.  Born in Michigan.

 

Bryant, Martin V., Washtenaw County. Enlisted in company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24. Mustered June 20, 1861. Missing in action at Gaines Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862. Corporal Discharged for disability November 30, 1862.

 

Bryant, William, Pittsford. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, March 30, 1864, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 33.  Farm laborer by trade. Mustered April 5, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, by order, June 6, 1865.  Discharged February 20, 1865, on account of wounds received in action June 3, 1864. Resided in Kansas after service. Born in New York.

 

Bryian, Joseph, Pleasant, Indiana. Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24. Height 5’8”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown.  Miller by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Corporal.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  On detached service with Company A, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1865.  Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, February 26, 1866. Resided in Deerfield Township, Ohio after service. Born in Ohio.

 

Buchanan, Charles H. Hillsdale. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 9, 1864, at Hillsdale, for 3 years, age 32.  Farmer by trade. Mustered March 3, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, by order, June 6, 1865.  Mustered out at Houston, Texas, May 26, 1866. Born in Ohio.

 

Buck, Luman, Dover, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Height 5’8”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair sandy.  Farm laborer by trade.  Worked on parents’ farm when he enlisted. Mustered June 20, 1861. Listed as missing at Malvern Hill, July 1, 1862. Killed by a shell which took off the top of his head while crossing the Potomac near Sheparadstown, Maryland, September 19, 1862. Buried in National Cemetery, Antietam, Maryland.  Grave No. 2523. Born in Michigan.

 

Bullard, George W., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 39. Height 5’5”. Complexion dark. Eyes black. Hair brown. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability chronic rheumatism at Washington, D.C., August 3, 1861. Born in Michigan.

 

Burce, Joseph, Fairfax, Virginia.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, September 23, 1861, for 3 years.  Mustered September 23, 1861. Wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863, severely. On detached service with Company B, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Discharged at expiration of term of service, near Weldon R. R., Virginia, September 22, 1864.

 

Burke, Eli, Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, Musician Drummer, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 61.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability August 13, 1861.

 

Burnett, Chauncey V., Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Resided with his mother, younger brother, and sister at enlistment.   Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863 shot in neck slight, admitted to Saltlee Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on July 10, rejoined regiment July 29, 1863. Wounded in action May 5, 1864, shot in the back of neck shoulders area, by a spent bullet blanket roll stopped impact. Admitted to General Hospital May 11, 1864.  Sent to Finley Hospital, Washington, D.C., May 28, 1864. Returned to duty June 3, 1864. On detached service with Company K, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Discharged at expiration of term of service at Petersburg, Virginia, July, 1864. Received a gunshot wound to the neck. Resided in Jonesville after war. Died March 25, 1917 in Jonesville, Michigan. Born in Michigan.

 

Burns, Edward C., Steuben, Indiana.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22. Farm laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Corporal.  Taken prisoner at Battle of Mine Run, Virginia, November 10, 1863.  Released at Venus Point, Georgia, November 20, 1864.  Discharged at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, February 7, 1865. Resided in Dodge County, Nebraska. Served as County Commissioner twice after service. Born in Indiana.

 

Burr, James D., Mottville, St. Joseph County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 17.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded in action May 5, 1864.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 29, 1864. Entered University of Michigan in 1866. Worked in Flint and Pere Marquette Railway then A.T.& S. F. Railroad. Died May 4, 1886, Topeka, Kansas. Born in New York.

 

Burrow, Charles, Calhoun County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Painter by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action at New Bridge, May 24, 1862.  Transferred to Invalid Corps, July 1, 1863.  Died August 8, 1895. Born in Canada West.

 

Burt, Silas S., Sandstone Township. Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, February 20, 1862, at Adrian.  Mustered March 4, 1862. Age of 17. Height 6’1”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light.  Farmer by trade, worked on parent’s farm. On detached service with Company H, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Died October 20, 1864, at Lincoln Hospital, Washington, D.C., of wounds received in action at Poplar Grove Church, Virginia, September 30, 1864. Buried in Mt. Evergreen Cemetery, Jackson, Michigan. Born on August 30, 1843 in Michigan.

 

Burtch, Timothy B., Cambria.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 29.  Farm laborer by trade. Father of daughter age 9. Mustered June 20, 1861. Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Given extra duty November - February and 61-62 at Q. M.  Dept. punishment for absent without leave. Detached to Quarter Master Department for duration of service. Taken prisoner near Mine Run, Virginia, November 27, 1863 while a teamster. Confined at Belle Isle Richmond, Virginia. While there was vaccinated for small pox. Sent to Andersonville, Georgia, January 7, 1864. “Escaped from the (Andersonville) institution he hid on  a cart which was used daily to pick up the dead bodies and taken outside of the stockade. Reached safety at Venus Point, Georgia, November 20, 1864.  Discharged at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, February 8, 1865. Died in 1931 at the age of 99. Buried Balcom Cemetery Ionia, Michigan. Born in Pennsylvania.

 

Burwell, Peter, Jr., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 17.  Farm laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Washington, D.C., August 7, 1861. Died at Old Soldiers Home, Grand Rapids, Michigan, August 8, 1885. Born in Michigan.

 

Bush, Benjamin Franklin, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, September 10, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years.  Mustered September 10, 1861. Age 18. Height 5’5 ½”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown. Farmer by trade.  Hospital Steward while at Miner’s Hill Winter of 61-62, also in February of 1863. On detached service with Company C, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Discharged at expiration of term of service near Weldon R. R., Virginia, September 11, 1864. Suffered from sunstroke during service. Resided in Hudson, Michigan after service. Buried Maple Grove Cemetery, Hudson Michigan. Born in Michigan.

 

Bush, Jay S., Pittsford. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, March 16, 1864, at Pittsford, for 3 years, age 18.  Mustered April 5, 1864. 3rd Corporal April 5, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, by order, June 6, 1865.  Sergeant, May 1, 1866.  Mustered out at Houston, Texas, May 26, 1866. Suffered from scurvy, lost all his teeth. Resided in Edmond, Okalahoma after service. Buried Maple Grove Cemetery, Hudson Michigan.

 

Bush, Ranson, Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, as Sergeant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 37.  Mustered  June 20, 1861.  Died of disease chronic diarrhea at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, September 11, 1862.  Buried in National Cemetery, at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Grave No. 154.

 

Busheaw, John, Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged on account of sickness.

 

Bussins, John (Veteran), Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22. Height 5’11”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Clerk by trade. Mustered June 21, 1861.  Clerk at Brigade Headquarters, March, April, May, and June, 1863.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  On detached service with Company A, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Discharged at San Antonio, Texas, February 10, 1866. Born in Germany.

 

Butland, Benjamin P., Litchfield.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Height 5’5”. Complexion dark. Eyes gray. Hair dark.. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862.  Taken prisoner at Savage Station, Virginia, June 30, 1862.  Died of wounds. Born in Litchfield, Michigan.

 

Butts, Marshall (Veteran), Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 17. Height 5’6”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Musician Bugler. Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  On detached service with Company C, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, February 26, 1866. Born in Michigan.

 

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Cahoon, Charles, Trenton. Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 26. Height 5’6”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Captured in action at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862.   Paroled August 5, 1862, at Atkins, Virginia. In Hospital Fortress Monroe, Virginia, August 1862. Transferred to Invalid Corps, September 30, 1863. Died in Amherstburg, Ontario, Canada. Born in New York.

 

Campau, Claude (Veteran).  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 25, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  Discharged for disability at Bealton, Virginia, April 25, 1864. Resided in Wyandotte, Michigan after service. Buried in Mt. Carmel Cemetery, Wyandotte, Michigan.

 

Campbell, John E., Ft. Wayne, Indiana.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 35.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action at New Bridge, May 24, 1862.  Discharged for disability at Bealton, Virginia, January 16, 1864. Resided in Sand Lake, Michigan after service. Born in Scotland.

 

Campbell, Robert H., Hillsdale. Entered service as First Lieutenant, Company E, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1862, at Falmouth, Virginia, for 3 years, age 26. High school classmate of Harris Jeffords. Teacher by trade.  Mustered to date July 1, 1862.  Commissioned First Lieutenant and Quartermaster September 1, 1862.  Mustered out and honorably discharged at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 28, 1864. Resided on family farm with his parents and three younger brothers. Resided in Ann Arbor, Michigan after service. Still alive in 1920 at the age of 83. Died in 1922 and buried in Forest Hill Cemetery, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Born in 1835 in Scotland.

Canfield, Albert, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth  Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, February 21, 1862.

 

Carl, WilliamEnlisted in Band, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 33.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged on account of disability August 20, 1861, suffered a hernia. Admitted to Soldier & Sailors home June 27, 1877, still a resident in January 11, 1881. Born in Germany.

 

Carnes, Charles F., Burr Oaks, St. Joseph County. Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability at Sharpsburg, Maryland, October 19, 1862. Resided in Cedar Springs, Michigan after service. Admitted to Old Soldiers Home, Dayton, Ohio January 1, 1881 still a resident December 23, 1903. Born in New York.

 

Carney, Simon B., Monroe.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24.  Farmer by trade. Lived on a farm with his parents and five siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Sergeant. Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Returned to regiment at Annapolis, Maryland, November 17, 1863.  Died in United States Hospital, Annapolis, Maryland, November 18, 1863, of disease contracted while a prisoner at Richmond, Virginia. Buried Section F, 109 Annapolis Cemetery, Maryland. Born in Michigan.

 

Carpenter, Addison I. St. Joseph County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Detailed to Brigade Hospital, December 3, 1861. Discharged at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 20, 1864.

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Carpenter, Albert, Hudson. Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, September 10, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 21. Height 6’1½”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown.  Carpenter by trade. Mustered September 10, 1861. Lost finger in fall of 1862. Wounded slightly in action at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 12, 1862.  Paroled at Annapolis, Maryland, May, 1863. Wounded in action, shot in right shoulder, May 5, 1864.  On detached service with Company C, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Discharged at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, September 27, 1864. Wounded three separate times by gunshot wound right arm, right shoulder and right side.  Married, no children. Resided in White Rabbit, Nebraska and Long Beach, California, where he died on August 31, 1906. Buried in Long Beach Municipal Cemetery, Long Beach, California. Born in Sandusky, Ohio on April 10, 1838.

 

Carpenter, Eastman G. (Veteran).  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Harness Maker Apprentice by trade. Mustered June 20, 2861.  Re-enlisted December 25, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  On detached service with Company K, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, February 26, 1866.  Suffered from sun stroke during service. Died August 1921. Buried North Hamburg Cemetery, Livingston County, Michigan. Born in 1840 in Michigan.

 

Carpenter, Phillip, Wayne County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Taken prisoner at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862.  Returned to regiment.  Wounded on June 22, 1864, at Cold Harbor, Virginia.  June 3, 1864 shot in chest. The ball entered 4 inches below the shoulder bone over the 3rd rib. Taken to 5th Corps where he stayed until June 12 , then taken to Douglas Hospital, Washington, D.C.  where he died. Buried Arlington National Cemetery, Virginia, June 22, 1864.

 

Carpenter, Washington W., Steuben County.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Height 5’4”.  Student in law school at time of enlistment. His father was a doctor. Mustered June 20, 1861. Clerk at Adjutant General’s office, Washington, D.C.  Deserted August 1863 for 3½ months. Court Martial on December 1, 1863, found guilty. Forfeit all pay due him from United Sates and deduct $10 per month during the remainder of his term of enlistment. Wounded in action May 1864.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service, June 30, 1864. Born in New York.

 

Carrier, William C.,  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, March 18, 1864, at Deerfield, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered March 18, 1864.  On detached service with Company G, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Discharged at Detroit, Michigan, July 1, 1865. Died on February 6,1946 and buried in National Cemetery. Los Angeles, California. Born on Decemeber 22,1844.

 

Carserney, John, Hillsdale.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, August 26, 1862, at Detroit, for 3 years, age 18. Height 5’6½”. Complexion fair. Eyes gray. Hair auburn. Mustered September 12, 1862.  No further records.

 

Carson, Darius H., Wayne County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 25.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service, June 30, 1864. Resided in Green Bay, Wisconsin after service. Admitted to Soldiers & Sailors Home Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Born in Maine.

 

Carter, John, Macon.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, February 22, 1862, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 27. Farm laborer by trade. Lived on his parents’ farm. Mustered February 22, 1862. Wounded slightly in action near Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 13, 1862. Shot in right shoulder.  Discharged for disability at Washington, D.C., February 26, 1863. Born in New Jersey.

 

Carver, Orville A., Steuben, Indiana.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 17. Day laborer (salesman) by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service, June 30, 1864.Re-enlisted and served as corporal in Company C of the 8th Regiment of the Veteran Volunteer Infantry. Father was a doctor. Had four siblings. After service was Druggist and Postmaster. Resided in Angola, Indiana after service. Died of apoplexy on November 22, 1920 in Macon, Georgia while in route to Florida. Buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Angola, Indiana. Born on August 20,1843 in Hebron, Connecticut.

 

Case, Charles C., Ovid.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 32. Height 6’. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair brown.  Farmer by trade. Father of three, ages 6, 3, and 1.  Mustered June 20, 1861, as Musician Drummer. Died of Typhoid fever at Harrison’s Landing, Virginia, July 17, 1862. Born in New York.

 

Case, Henry L. (Veteran), Jonesville.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, as Musician (drummer), June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Clerk by trade. Three siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  On detached service with Company H, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864. Discharged on Surgeon’s certificate of disability in the field June 9, 1865. Died January 1867. Buried in Sunset View Cemetery, Jonesville, Michigan. Born in Painesville, Ohio.

 

Cassidy, James H., Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Deserted June 1861. Not with the regiment in July or August 1861. Died in 1901 and buried Maple Grove Cemetery, Dundee, Michigan.

 

Caswell, Andrew Darwin, Steuben, Indiana. Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24. Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability April 15, 1863. House painter after war. Died on December 6, 1899 and buried in Old Fremont Cemetery, Fremont, Indiana. Born on July 21, 1836 in Ohio.

 

Cauchie, William, Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 30.  Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  On detached service with Ambulance Corps from November 1862 to May 1864.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Father of three children. Suffered from rheumatism. Re-enlisted in the 8thVeteran Reserve, Company A, April 7, 1865. Mustered out April 6, 1866. Died in 1899 and buried in Maple Grove Cemetery, Dundee, Michigan. Born in Scotland.

 

Chamberlin, David P., Hudson.  Entered service in Fourth Infantry as Assistant Surgeon at organization, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 37.  Doctor by trade. Married with child at time of enlistment. Medical school training at Western Reserve College, Cleveland, Ohio, 1847. Commissioned to date May 16, 1861.  Mustered August 12, 1862.  Resigned and honorably discharged for disability March 13, 1863. Resided in Toledo, Ohio after service.  Died on August 22, 1900. Born in New York.

 

Champion, Henry B.Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, February 6, 1864, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 33. Height 5’7”. Complexion dark. Eyes dark. Hair dark. Miller by trade. Mustered February 24, 1864. Received a $60 bounty at enlistment. On detached service with Company C, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Discharged at Benton Barracks, Missouri, September 26, 1865. Born in New York.

 

Champlin, Warren W.Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, February 2, 1864, at Pittsford, for 3 years, age 40. Height 5’10”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Mason by trade. Mustered February 3, 1864.  Received a $60 bounty at enlistment. On detached service with Company C, First Infantry, by Order, July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Discharged for disability at San Antonio, Texas, January 15, 1866.  After the war was a foreman on a railroad. Born in New York. Buried in Maple Grove Cemetery, Hudson, Michigan.

 

Chandler, George A., Sturgis, St. Joseph County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 43.  Carpenter by trade. Married with four children ages: 15, 14,12 and 7. Mustered June 20, 1861. Missing in action at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862.  On detached service with Company C, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Discharged at expiration of term of service near Petersburg, Virginia, January 18, 1865. Born in New York.

 

Chapin, Marshall W., Detroit.  Entered service in Company I, Fourth Infantry, at organization, as First Lieutenant, June 20, 1861, for 3 years, age 30. Farmer by trade.  Married with three children ages: 8, 3, and 1. Married to M. J. Vreeland of the 4th sister. Commissioned to date May 16, 1861.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Commissioned Captain, Company F, January 15, 1862.  Resigned September 1, 1862.  Re-entered service in Twenty-third Infantry at organization as Colonel.  Commissioned August 23, 1862.  Mustered September 13, 1862.  Commanding Thirty-eight Brigade, Tenth Division, Twenty-third Army Corps, from July, 1863, to January, 1864.  Resigned and honorably discharged on account of disability April 15, 1864. Suffered from rheumatism and dysentery. Died in Salt Lake City, Utah, April 13, 1876. Buried in Salt Lake City Cemetery. Grave H-5-14. Born in Michigan.

 

Chapman, Henry A.Pittsford, Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, at organization, as First Lieutenant, June 20, 1861, for 3 years, age 41.  Farmer by trade. Married with two children ages: 12 and 10. He was rejected on Mustered June 20, 1861, at Adrian Michigan. Re-enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 25, 1864, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 43. Mustered March 2, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, by order, June 6, 1865.  Died of disease in Chestnut Hill Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 20, 1865.  Buried in National Cemetery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Grave No. 13. Born in New York.

 

Chapman, Jonathan (Veteran), Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, May 10, 1861, for 3 years.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  On detached service with Company A, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Discharged to date June 25, 1865. Farmer after war. Moved after service to Corunna, Shiawassee County, Michigan, living there in the 1890’s. Born in New York.

 

Charter, Jackson,  LaSalle.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Resided with his 70 year grandmother and 3 siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action, shot in hand, May 5, 1864.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. After Service resided Otter Creek, Michigan. Laborer by trade. Born in Michigan.

 

Charter, Warren F., LaSalle.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, August 19, 1862, at Detroit, for 3 years, age 17.  Resided with his parents and 2 siblings. Wounded November 1863.  Gunshot wound right hand. On detached service with Company A, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Mustered out at Green Lake, Texas, July 31, 1865.  Became a lawyer after war. Born in Michigan.

 

Chase, Isaac M., Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, May 16, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, January 20, 1862.  Suffered from chronic diarrhea after war. Died in February 19, 1911. Buried Oakwood Cemetery, Adrian, Michigan. Born in Michigan.

 

Chase, James F., Dundee, Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Gun shot wound right hand. Resided in South Rockwood, Michigan after war. Buried Oak Grove Cemetery, Dundee, Michigan.

 

Chase, William H., Branch County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability at New York, October 20, 1862.  Died January 7, 1894. Gun shot wound right leg. Born in Michigan.

 

Cherry, William, St. Joseph County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 26.  Farm laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Fort Woodbury, September 16, 1861. Suffered from disease of the lung since the war. Born in Indiana.

 

Childs, Jonathan W., Augusta.  Entered service in Fourth Infantry at organization as Major, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 28.  Teacher and farmer by trade. Oldest of six siblings. Commissioned to date May 16, 1861.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Commissioned Lieutenant Colonel September 25, 1861.  Commissioned Colonel July 1, 1862. Resigned and honorably discharged November 25, 1862. Died 1896, buried in Arlington National Cemetery, Virginia. Born in New York.

 

Choates, George,  Monroe. Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, as Musician, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 17.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Resided in Detroit, Michigan after service.

 

Cicott, Elvi,  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 32. Farmer by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Corporal.  Discharged for disability at Monroe, Michigan, February 20, 1863.  Resided in Monroe, Michigan, then to Soldiers Home after war. Born in Michigan.

 

Cisco, Lorenzo, Raisinville.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20.  Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Washington, D.C., July 22, 1861, by order of Medical Board. Born in Michigan.

 

Clago, James E., Grosse Ile.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Farm laborer by trade. Four siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Corporal.  Killed in action at Mechanicsville, Virginia, June 27, 1862. Born in Michigan.

 

Clark, Frank,  Morenci.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Height 5’6”. Complexion dark. Eyes gray. Hair black. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action July 1, 1862, Malvern Hill, Virginia. Shot in head and leg.  Paroled at Annapolis, Maryland.  Corporal.  Wounded in action and taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863, shot in thigh,  head, and leg.  Left leg amputated by Surgeons Ramsour & Patterson C.S.A.  Sent to Christian Street Hospital in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 8, 1864. After service worked in artificial limb factory in Philadelphia. Justice of the peace. Died July 29, 1894. Buried Greenwood Cemetery, Sedan, Kansas. Born in New York.

 

Clark James E., Ann Arbor. Enlisted in company D, Fourth Infantry, as 6th Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 year, age 19. Clerk by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Sergeant. Sergeant Major July 1, 1862. Second Lieutenant, company I, December 4, 1862. Commissioned First Lieutenant, company B, 1862.  Acting Adjutant. Killed in action at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 13, 1862. Resided with parents and five siblings. Buried National Cemetery Fredericksburg, Virginia. Born in England.

 

Clark, John, Coldwater.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, March 3, 1863, at Auburn, for 3 years, age 21. Substitute for William H. Converse, drafted February 10, 1863, from Amboy, Hillsdale County.  Deserted en route from Detroit to Washington.

 

Clark, John, Toronto.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Michigan Infantry. March 3, 1863. Mustered March 11, 1863 at Detroit. age 18. Height 5’7”. Complexion fair. Eyes dark. Hair brown. Painter by trade. Substitute fro Henry Hilton, who was a substitute for John H. Lawrence, drafted February 10, 1863, for 9 months, from Amboy, Hillsdale County. One of the new recruits brought from Detroit, Michigan, to the regiment with newly commissioned Colonel Jeffords, in March, 1863. No further record. Born in Ireland.

 

Clarke, Horace A., Gibraltar.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at Mechanicsville, Virginia, June 26, 1862.

 

Clarke, Joseph D., Wayne County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action at  Mechanicsville, Virginia, June 26, 1862. Shot in the abdomen. Discharged for disability April 11, 1863. Buried Riverside Cemetery, St. Charles, Michigan.

 

Clarke, William Edwin, Dowagiac.  Entered service in Fourth Infantry at organization, August 20, 1861, as Surgeon, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 42.  Doctor by trade. Commissioned to date August 17, 1861.  Mustered August 20, 1861.  Transferred to Nineteenth Infantry, August 22, 1862.  Commissioned Surgeon, Nineteenth Infantry, at organization, August 12, 1862.  Mustered September 5, 1862.  Resigned and honorably discharged for disability July 18, 1863. Surgeon at Carver General Hospital, Washington, D.C. Educated Rochester New York Institute. After service resided in Chicago, Illinois, where he was President of the Medical Society of that city. Died on March 22, 1898. and buried in Forest Home Cemetery, Forest Park, Illinois. Born on February 22,1819 in Lebannon, Connecticut.

 

Clay, Samuel, St. Joseph County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24.  Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Detroit, Michigan, June 4, 1862. Born in Ohio.

 

Clegg, John A.,  Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, March 24, 1862, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 31. Laborer by trade. Mustered March 24, 1862.  On detached service with Company G, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Disability broken leg. Discharged at expiration of term of service at Washington, D.C., March 29, 1865. Buried Maple Grove Cemetery, Hillsdale County, Michigan. Born in England.

 

Clegg, Richard, Adrian, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, March 24, 1862, at Adrian, age 43.  Butcher by trade. Four daughters, ages 14 to 10. Mustered March 24, 1862.  Discharged for disability March 1, 1863. Born in England.

 

Clements, Arthur, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864.

 

Cobb, Cyrus P., Litchfield.  Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 26, 1864, at Hillsdale, for 3 years, age 19.  Farmer by trade. Mustered March 3, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, by order June 6, 1865.  Died at Columbia Street Hospital, Washington, D.C., June 1865, of wounds received in action. Buried Mt. Hope Cemetery, Litchfield, Michigan. Born in Michigan.

 

Cobb, David T., Litchfield. Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Height 5’9”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair light.  Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability January 27, 1863. Two younger siblings. Resided in Litchfield, Michigan after service. Died 1923, Buried Mt. Hope Cemetery, Litchfield, Michigan. Born in Hillsdale County, Michigan.

 

Coffin, George W., Jefferson. Drafted from Hillsdale County February 11, 1863, for 9 months, age 23. Farmer by trade. Brother to Seth.  Mustered February 24, 1863.  Assigned to Company E, Fourth Infantry.  Joined regiment at Falmouth, Virginia, March 23, 1863. Discharged at expiration of term of service at Bealton, Virginia, November 11, 1863. One of the new recruits brought from Detroit, Michigan, to the regiment with newly commissioned Colonel Jeffords, in March, 1863.Resided in Pittsford, Michigan after service. Born in Ohio.

 

Coffin, Seth, Osseo.  Drafted February 11, 1863, for 9 months, age 21. Farmer by trade.  Resided with widow mother on 106 acre farm with father dying in 1851. Brother to George W. Mustered February 24, 1863.  Assigned to Company E, Fourth Infantry.  Joined regiment at Falmouth, Virginia, March 23, 1863. One of the new recruits brought from Detroit, Michigan, to the regiment with newly commissioned Colonel Jeffords, in March, 1863. Died July 6, 1863, of gunshot wounds to the head, received in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863. Originally buried on Michael Fiscel's farm in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Later reinterred (as unknown) in the National Cemetery in Gettysburg. Born in Ohio in 1842.

 

Cogswell, John H., Hudson.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18. Height 5’6”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Deserted from camp at Miner’s Hill December 7, 1861. Buried Maple Grove Cemetery, Hudson Michigan. Born in Michigan.

 

Cole, Albert V., Rollin.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, October 13, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years.  Corporal.  Farm laborer by trade. Sick in Brigade Hospital December 1861. Discharged for disability March 2, 1863.  Re-entered service.  Enlisted in Company G, Sixth Cavalry, December 19, 1863, at Woodstock, for 3 years.  Mustered January 12, 1864.  Corporal, March 1, 1864. Wounded in left arm by a pistol shot Haws Shop, Virginia, May 28, 1864. Admitted to Hospital at Washington, D.C. for 13 months, arm totally disabled. Discharged at Washington, D.C., July 6, 1865. Orphan at the age of 10. After service resided in Nebraska, where he was Adjutant General of the State. Commissioned Brigadier General April 8, 1887 by Governor Thayer of Nebraska. Died August 13, 1932, Long Beach, California. Buried Long Beach, California. Born in Ohio.

 

Cole, Ambrose, Jefferson. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 9, 1864, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 19.  Farmer laborer by trade. Brother to Marcus H. One of four siblings.  Mustered February 9, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Wounded  in action shot in right hand between thumb and index finger May 6, 1864.. Operated on May 31, 1864 flap amputation of forearm middle third. Died of those wounds July 1, 1864 in Camden Street Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland. Buried in Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland, with a cenotaph in Greenwood Cemetery, Pittsford, Michigan. Born in Michigan.

 

Cole, Byron A. (Veteran), Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, September 21, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years.  Mustered September 21, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 25, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  On detached service with Company K, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, February 26, 1866. Buried Oakwood Cemetery, Grand Ledge, Michigan.

 

Cole, James H.  Entered service in Company B, Fourth Infantry, at organization, as Captain, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Commissioned to date May 16, 1861.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Commissioned Major January 4, 1862.  Resigned and honorably discharged for disability July 18, 1862. Resided in Chicago, Illinois after service. Died October 30, 1914. Buried Oakwood Cemetery, Adrian, Michigan.

 

Cole, Marcus H.Jefferson. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 11, 1864 at Jefferson, for 3 years, age 24.  Farm laborer by trade. Mustered March 3, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, by order, June 6, 1865.  Discharged at Houston, Texas, May 26, 1866. Oldest of four siblings. Resided in Pittsfield, Michigan after service. Died March 16, 1907 in Jefferson, Michigan. Buried Greenwood Cemetery, Pittsford, Michigan. Born in Michigan.

 

Coleman, Isaac, Jonesville.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 31. Height 5’7”. Complexion dark. Eyes hazel. Hair black. Teamster by trade. Brother of John. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Died of disease, typhoid fever, at Harrison’s Landing, Virginia, July 12, 1862. Born in Tecumseh, Michigan.

 

Coleman, John, Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 35. Height 5’7”. Complexion dark. Eyes hazel. Hair black. Teamster by trade.  Brother of Isaac. Mustered June 20, 1861. Transferred to Invalid Corps, July 1, 1863. Brother of Isaac. Resided in Jonesville, Michigan after service. Buried in Sunset View Cemetery, Jonesville, Michigan.  Born in Tecumseh, Michigan.

 

Coleman, Levi B. (Veteran), Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 28.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Re-enlisted December 29, 1863, at Tecumseh.  Mustered January 1, 1864. Wounded in action at Wilderness, Virginia, May 5, 1864 gun shot wound left leg and arm.  On detached service with Company G, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, February 26, 1866. Admitted to Old Soldiers Home, Dayton, Ohio, October 30, 1895, still a resident December 23, 1903. Buried Mt. Hope Cemetery, San Diego, California. Born in New York.

 

Collins, George, Calhoun County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 17.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Deserted at Adrian, Michigan, June 25, 1861. Born in Michigan.

 

Collins, John, Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Barber by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Deserted at Washington, D.C., July 24, 1861. Born in Ireland.

 

Comfort, George, Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Georgetown, D.C., March 3, 1862.

 

Comstock, Chester W. (Veteran), Washtenaw County. Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Farm laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863, at Saline.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  Wounded in action, shot in leg June 4, 1864.  Sergeant.  On detached service with Company E, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864,  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Discharged for disability at Detroit, Michigan, September 30, 1865. Born in Michigan.

 

Comstock, Ellis B., Salem.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, August 12, 1862, at Ann Arbor, age 21. Farmer by trade. Brother of John W.  Mustered August 18, 1862.  Killed in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863. Buried in Gettysburg National Cemetery Section 11-B. Born in Michigan.

 

Comstock, Harrison, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, May 16, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20. Height 5’6”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair black.  Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 29, 1864. Born in Michigan.

 

Comstock, John W. (Veteran), Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 25. Farmer by trade. Brother of Ellis B. Mustered June 20, 1861. Re-enlisted December 29, 1863, at Saline.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  Wounded in action May 5, 1864.  Gun Shot right thigh. On detached service with Company E, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Corporal January 25, 1865. Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Sergeant July 1, 1865.  Mustered out at Detroit, Michigan, February 23, 1866. Buried in Luzerne Cemetery, Luzerne, Michigan. Born in Michigan.

 

Conant, John Stoughton, Denton.  Drafted February 20, 1863, for 9 months, from Liberty, Jackson County, age 26. Height 5’5”. Complexion dark. Eyes gray. Hair dark.  Farm laborer by trade. Assigned to Company H, Fourth Infantry.  Joined Regiment at Falmouth, Virginia, March 23, 1863. One of the new recruits brought from Detroit, Michigan, to the regiment with newly commissioned Colonel Jeffords, in March, 1863. Discharged at expiration of term of service at Bealton, Virginia, November 11, 1863.  Died April 11, 1897. Buried in Pleasant View Cemetery Belleville, Michigan. Born in 1837 in Michigan.

 

Conkey, James B. (Veteran), Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 35. Height 5’9½”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair black.  Machinist by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Sergeant February 10, 1862.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  Wounded in action May 5, 1864. Shot in back, admitted Campbell Hospital Washington, D.C.  Discharged on Surgeon’s certificate of disability July 20, 1865. Born in New York.

 

Conklin, Wesley R., Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 25. Shoemaker by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability September 23, 1861. Died of tuberculosis in Eaton, Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Conlon, John, Webster.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Farmer by trade. Born in Michigan.

 

Connor, John, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 33. Height 5’6”. Complexion dark. Eyes black. Hair black. Stone cutter by trade.  Mustered June 20 1861.  Deserted at Washington, D.C., August 15, 1861. Born in Maryland.

 

Couture, Samuel S., Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 27.  Carpenter by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Provost Guard at Corps Headquarters from November 1862 to May 1864.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Died of "fatty degeneration of heart " on May 21, 1904. Born in France.

 

Converse, Orrin M., Jackson County. Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, September 21, 1861, at Hudson, Michigan, for 3 years, age 25. Height 5’8”.  Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown. Laborer by trade. Wounded July 1, 1862 at Malvern Hill, Virginia, and sent to Ninth St. Hospital, Washington, D.C. Discharged for disability February 3,1863 at Detroit, Michigan for chronic rheumatism. Mustered Company E, 11th Michigan Cavalry Oct. 7, 1864. Promoted to 2nd Lt. Janurary1, 1865. Mustered out Pulaski, Tennessee. Born in Michigan.

 

Cook, Andrew J.Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, February 10, 1864, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 19. Height 5’8”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Farmer by trade. Mustered February 10, 1864. Wounded in action, shot in arm, May 5, 1864.  On detached service with Company I, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry July 1, 1865.  Transferred to Company K, February 15, 1866.  Mustered out at Houston, Texas, May 26, 1866. Resided in Pittsfield, Michigan after service. Born in New York.

 

Cook, Byron H.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, February20, 1862, at Adrian, age 18. Height 5’11”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair dark. Farmer laborer by trade and student. Oldest of four siblings. Mustered February 20, 1862. Killed in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862. Born in Phelps, New York.

 

Cook, George, White Pigeon, St. Joseph County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Regimental Blacksmith at time of Gettysburg, Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Resided in Wexford, Michigan after war. Born in England.

 

Cook, Harrison P., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Harrison’s  Landing, Virginia, July 25, 1862. Buried Leoni Cemetery, Leoni, Michigan. Born in Indiana.

 

Cook, Jacob F., Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, at Hudson, September 19, 1861, for 3 years.  Mustered September 19, 1861, age 25. Farm laborer by trade. Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  On detached service with First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Dropped from company rolls per order September 9, 1864. Born in Michigan.

 

Cooley Charles, Monroe. Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23. Height 5’1”. Complexion dark. Eyes hazel. Hair dark. Sailor by trade. Resided with parents and 8 siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861. Transferred on December 1, 1861 to the Navy, by Circular from War department, dated November 16, 1861. Served on the ironclad "Carondelet" & the gunboat "Ajax".  Mustered out December 3, 1864. Re-enlisted Company E, Seventeenth Michigan Infantry. Taken prisoner May 12, 1865 at Spotsylvania, Virginia. Resided in Rockwood, Michigan after service. Born in Michigan.

 

Cooper, John F., Wayne County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 27.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864.

 

Cooper, William B., St. Joseph County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18. Height 5’8 ½”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair auburn.  Blacksmith by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 3, 1863 slightly right side of head above ear buckshot. Sent to Summit House Hospital Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Wounded in action May 5, 1864 shot in right knee. Taken to Seminary Hospital Fairfax, Virginia.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 29, 1864. May 20, 1891, was described as being totally destitute and inmate at the County House because of it. Admitted to Old Soldiers Home, Dayton, Ohio August 21, 1891, transferred to General Insane Asylum, July 30, 1892. Born in Pennsylvania.

 

Coppins, Charles, Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, October 22, 1861, at Ransom, for 3 years, age 25.  Farm laborer by trade. Married, no children. In Satterlee Hospital at the time of Gettysburg. Mustered October 22, 1864.  Discharged at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, November 7, 1864. Received an injury to his left hand while in the service. Resided in Ransom, Michigan after service. Born in England.

 

Cornell, David GEnlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, January 29, 1864, at Pittsford, for 3 years, age 26. Height 5’5”. Complexion light. Hair black. Eyes blue. Farmer by trade. Mustered February 3, 1864.  On detached service with Company I, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  In Harper Hospital April 6, 1865.  Discharged at Detroit, Michigan, May 12, 1865.

 

Corser, George W., Lenawee.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, September 17, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years.  Mustered October 1, 1861, age 21. Had five younger siblings.  Wounded and missing in action at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862. Gunshot wound right foot. Discharged for disability December 28, 1862. Resided in Hudson, Michigan after service. Died 1924. Buried at Lickly Corners Cemetery, Hillsdale County. Born on September 1,1840 at Gasport, New York.

 

Courtright, Levi J., Reading.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, as 6th Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 37.  Farmer by trade. Father of  six. Oldest child 14, youngest 2. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Died September 3, 1861, of wounds received on picket at Fort Woodbury near Hall, Arlington Heights. Buried Oak Grove Cemetery, Hillsdale, Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Cotrell, Dion H., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18. Height 5’6”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action June 26, 1862 shot in knee.  Discharged for disability at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, September 20, 1862. Born in Michigan.

 

Coulan, John, Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864.

 

Couse, Edward G., Detroit.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 17. Farm laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for promotion at Detroit, Michigan, February 7, 1863.  Re-entered service in Company G, Twenty-seventh Infantry, at organization, as Second Lieutenant. Commissioned October 10, 1862. Mustered February 7, 1863.  Resigned May 25, 1863.  August 4, 1894, residing at Old Soldier Home, Grand Rapids, Michigan. Died December 27, 1896. Buried at Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Born in New York.

 

Coville, Andrew, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24. Height 6’. Complexion sandy. Eyes blue. Hair sandy. Farmer by trade. Resided on farm with mother and two siblings.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Sergeant. Missing in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Presumed  to having been killed. Born in New York.

 

Cowgill, Cyrenius C., Amboy Township.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Sick in General Hospital Georgetown, September – October 1861. Promoted to Corporal January 1863. Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863. Arrived in Richmond July 25, 1863. Admitted Military Prison Hospital No. 21 on January 21, 1864. Died at Richmond Military Hospital, Virginia, of pneumonia, on February 2, 1864. Born in Ohio.

 

Craig, Orlando,  Albion.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Wagon maker by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Died at Point Lookout Hospital, Maryland, December 15, 1862, of  severe wounds received in action at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 13, 1862. Born in Ohio.

 

Crain, John F., Steuben, Indiana.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, May 16, 1861.  Mustered June 20, 1861 for 3 years. Height 5’4 ½“ . Complexion light.  Eyes black. Hair black. Farmer by trade. April 25, 1863, straggling on the march to Chancellorsville lost his rifle, deducted from his pay $19.25. Wounded slightly in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863. Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  On detached service with Company C, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Deserted at New Orleans, Louisiana, June 25, 1865. Buried at Los Angeles, California, National Cemetery. A.K.A. Samuel Crain. Born in Indiana.

 

Crain, Samuel,  See  Crain, John F.

 

Crammel, William W.  See Cranell, William

 

Cramer, Richard L., Mt. Clemens.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18. Height 5’9½”. Complexion dark. Eyes brown. Hair black. Shoemaker by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability February 16, 1863.  Re-enlisted in the First Michigan Cavalry, Company A. At Clinton on October 16, 1863.  Taken prisoner at Trevillian Station, Virginia, June 11, 1864. Mustered out May 29, 1865. Heart Disease after war. Died November 6, 1894. Buried in Oxford, Michigan. Born in Wisconsin.

 

Crane, Alexander B.Dexter.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Farm laborer by trade. Son of Martin L. and brother of George; 7 siblings.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at York, Pennsylvania, September 5, 1862, on account of wounds received in action at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862. Buried Forest Lawn Cemetery Dexter, Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Crane, Alexander Dallas, Scio.  Entered service in Company I, Fourth Infantry, at organization, as Captain, June 20, 1861, at Adrian for 3 years, age 51.  Lawyer by trade.  Commissioned to date May 16, 1861.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Resigned and honorably discharged of his duty. Sprained his ankle when his horse fell upon it. Admitted to the bar at age 16,  appointed Colonel of 7th State Militia regiment on March 30, 1832. April 29, 1842, appointed Major General of 2nd Division State Militia. By Delegate to the 1st Republican National Convention from Michigan, Justice of the peace. 4th Circuit, 1873-75; appointed 1873. Died 1893.  Buried Forest Lawn, Dexter, Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Crane, George,  Dexter.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24.  Oldest of seven siblings. Brother of Alexander, son of Martin L. Carpenter by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, November 1, 1861. Re-enlisted, supposed to have died on Sherman’s march to the sea. Born in New York.

 

Crane, Martin L., Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, as Wagoner, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 48. Carpenter by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability August 2, 1861. Farther of seven, father of George. Resided in Northville, Michigan after war. Suffered from rheumatism. Died July 15, 1896. Buried Novi Cemetery, Novi, Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Crannell, William W. Jackson County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, as Musician, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 34. Height 5’7½”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair reddish. Blacksmith and lawyer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Washington, D.C., August 5, 1861, chronic diarrhea and pain in the chest of a rheumatism character. Born in New York.

 

Cranston, Robert H., Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18.  Farm laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Musician Fifer. Dropped from rolls at Bealton, Virginia, January 3, 1864. Born in Canada.

 

Cranston, William, Lenawee County. Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, May 16, 1861,  for 3 years. Mustered June 20, 1861 at Adrian. Transferred to Company G, January 1, 1861. Color Bearer. On detached service with Company G, First Infantry, by order, July 1, 1864. Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865. Deserted at New Orleans, Louisiana, June 25, 1865.

 

Crawford, Quimby H., Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Given extra duty from November 1 to November 27, 1861 at U.S. General Hospital Washington, for a unknown infraction. Wounded shot in the head by minie ball, while in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  At the battle (Gettysburg) he was wounded by a musket ball striking him just below the right temple passing along the head behind the ear, severing the ear from the head, displaying the drum of the right ear causing partial deafness pf the right ear. His mental powers were deranged for two day after reception of injury. He completely  unconsciousness till 10 O’clock of same day, resulting in deafness, was treated by regimental surgeon. Stephen Fishbeck of Co. K “he was delirious for some time. The wound would effect him greatly after the war. Would go by a assortment of names William Q. or Q. W.  but he preferred to be called “Yankee Bill” On July 5, 1863 admitted to the Satterlee Hospital Philadelphia Detailed to Provost Guard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania January 22, 1864. Brought up on three charges on February 1, 1864, helping prisoner to escape. The charges where; 1. Neglect of Duty. 2 Aiding and abetting a prisoner to escape. 3.Condut prejudicial to good conduct.. Found Guilty sentence hard labor with#30 ball and Chain, plus play victim $41. Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Admitted to Old Soldiers Home, Dayton, Ohio, November 11, 1892. Born in New York. 

 

Cressey, Noah, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, as musician drummer, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 53. Height 6’1½”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair dark.  Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Harrison’s Landing, Virginia, July 20, 1862. Buried Main Street Cemetery, Newark, New York. Born in Massachusetts.

 

Crisler, Joseph W., Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action at Wilderness, Virginia, May 5, 1864. Shot in head and arm. Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 28, 1864. Resided in Ashton, Michigan after service, where he died on May 8, 1932. Buried in Ashton Cemetery, Ashton, Michigan. Born on August 3,1842 in Waterloo, Seneca County, New York.

 

Critchfield, Jesse D., Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 27.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Georgetown, D.C., April 2, 1862. Enlisted in Company H, Seventeenth Infantry on July 13, 1862, at Coldwater, Michigan for 3 years, age 28. Mustered August 19, 1862. Sergeant. Discharged for disability on February 4, 1863.

 

Crocket, Leroy, Steuben, Indiana. Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18. Farmer by trade. Resided on parent’s farm with 4 younger siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Died of disease at Union Hotel, Georgetown, D.C., September 14, 1861. Buried in Grave 889, Military Asylum Cemetery, Washington, D.C.  Born on September 11, 1843 in Ohio.

 

Croghan, George, Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 24, 1861, at Adrian for 3 years, age 19. Height 5’9”. Complexion light. Eyes brown. Hair brown.  Miller by trade. Mustered August 31, 1861.  In Hospital July 15, 1862 for sunstroke. A serve sunstroke causing hours I think he did no duty for three or four months following the sunstroke and in fact was always afterwards favored in his duties, being recognized as a disabled man, He was always after ward quite deaf. Edgar Noble of Co. K (Croghan) “Had to be carried to his tent.” George Croghan “I was standing in ranks we had formed for dress parade, and the sun was very hot. All at once it seemed as if the whole of the earth came right to my face. I did not know that I had fallen. It was then about 4 o’clock in the afternoon I was taken to the doctor’s tent and it was 10 o’clock that night they told me I came to. I was treated in his tent a few days. I did not do any duty for several weeks, then I did light duty for a few more. Discharged at Sharpsburg, Maryland, per G. O., No. 154, October 25, 1862. To enlist in the Battery D, Fifth U. S. Artillery. He stated why he left the 4th “They represented it to us that it would be easier service.” Resided in Idaho after war. Born in New York.

 

Cronenwill, William N., Wayne County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded gunshot twice right thigh in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Returned to duty October 21, 1863. Transferred to 1st Battalion, Invalid Corps, Washington, November 1863.

 

Cronk, David, Wheatland.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, May 16, 1861, at Adrian, age 22.  Died of disease at Adrian, Michigan, June 10, 1861.

 

Cross, Lorenzo,  Wayne County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 34.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Deserted at Adrian June 23, 1861.

 

Croxton, Lafayette Jack, Steuben, Indiana.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Law Student by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  In late 8161 at Meridian Hill he succeeded in “playing off” on the officers of Company B. and making them think he was not fit for duty. For three weeks, by the simple device of trying up his big toe with a bigger rag, with it. I do not know whether tit was because Jack did not want to do duty, or whether he wanted his daily rations, of “No. 40” whiskey ration.  Wounded in action and taken prisoner at Malvern, Virginia, June 27, 1862, shot in left breast. Returned to regiment at Harrison’s Landing, Virginia, August 20, 1862.  Discharged for disability on account of wounds, October 15, 1862. Resided in Goshen, Indiana after service. Admitted to Old Soldiers Home Dayton, Ohio, November 4, 1871. Died January 25, 1877. Born in Ohio. 

 

Culver, Adelbert D., Metamora, Ohio.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Had six siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action at Malvern, Virginia, July 1, 1862.  Discharged for disability September 19, 1862. Resided in Fulton Country, Ohio, after service. Born in Ohio.

 

Cummings, William, Saline. Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Currier by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Sick in camp hospital December 1861. Died of disease at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, January 2, 1862. Buried January 5, 1862, in Military Asylum Cemetery, Washington, D.C. Born in Canada.

 

Cunningham, Henry, Wayne County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability by order General Wadsworth, November 8, 1862.

 

Cunningham, William J. (Veteran), Dexter.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.   Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded and missing in action at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  Corporal.  Sergeant.  Killed instantly in action at the Wilderness, Virginia, May 6, 1864, by a shell fragment while the regiment laid in the woods. Had three siblings. Left elderly parents with a 150 acre farm which they could not take care of. Two brothers served in the war. Of the brothers, George lived long enough to get home, James died in the service. Leaving only a sister to take care of the parents. Buried Fredericksburg, Virginia

 

Curtis, Ambrose, Tecumseh. Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry as Corporal, June 20, 1861 at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Mustered June 20, 1861. First Sergeant. Wounded severely in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863. Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, June 20, 1864.  After close of war he enlisted in the Eighth U. S. Cavalry, served two years fighting Indians. Later became assistant engineer in building the Flint & Pere Marquette Railroad.  Died in Flint, Michigan, February 9, 1881. Buried February 17, 1881, Brookside Cemetery, Tecumseh, Michigan.

 

Curtis, Thomas J., Hillsdale. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, March 25, 1864, for 3 years, age 21.  Height 5’3”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair brown. Mustered April 5, 1864.  Joined the regiment in the field on May 16, 1864. On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, by order, June 6, 1865.  Corporal October 1, 1865.  Sergeant May 1, 1866.  Discharged at Houston, Texas, May 26, 1866. Was married in December 1868 to a bride of 16 years old. He would father seven children. School teacher by trade after war. Resided in Rome, Michigan after service.

 

Curtis, Benjamin F., Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Resided in Toledo, Ohio after war.

 

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Daley, Lorenzo, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 25. Height 6’. Complexion dark. Eyes blue. Hair sandy.  Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Asst. Division Wagon master.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 29, 1864. Born in Michigan.

 

Daley, Michael, Blissfield.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded at Fredericksburg December 13-14,1862, listed as having been killed, shot in hip.  Discharged  January 28, 1863, for disability on account of wounds received in action. Resided with parents and younger brother. Admitted to Old Soldiers Home, Dayton, Ohio where he died July 28, 1882. Born in Ireland.

 

Daniels, Harrison, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Resided with an uncle and 7 other relatives. Stated he was the served as color bearer in the Overland Campaign. Died April 8, 1927, in his home in Tecumseh, Michigan. Born in Michigan.

 

Daniels, Montrose, Jackson County.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Height 5’5”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Detached with Arnold’s Battery July 16, 1861. Deserted on March 1, 1862. Born in Gaines, New York.

 

Dann, Reuben, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Height 5’5”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair sandy. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Deserted at Alexandria, Virginia, April 21, 1862. Born in Yorkshire, England.

 

Darkhurst, James A., Lenawee County. In Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years. Mustered June 20, 1861. Mustered out June 29, 1864. Suffered from lung disease contracted during war, which he died from on October 5, 1876. Resided in Devil Lake, Michigan after war.

 

Dairow, Joseph, Calhoun County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 27. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Missing in action at Gaines’ Mill, June 27, 1862.  Discharged for disability at Warrentown, Virginia, November 21, 1862. Resided in Tecumseh, Michigan after service. Died March 17, 1893.

 

Dates, John J., Spaulding.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 42Bugler.  Height 5’8¾”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown. Farmer by trade. Married, father of a 7 year old son. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at York, Pennsylvania, January 19, 1864, on account of gun shot wounds to the left thigh, received in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Re-enlisted as a teamster in Company C., Tenth Michigan Infantry, March 29, 1864 at Salina for 3 years. Mustered out April 15, 1865 at Louisville, Kentucky. Resided in Mankato, Blue Earth, Minnesota after the service. Died on January 8, 1911 in the Old Soldier's Home, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Born on December 29, 1819 in Lagrange, New York.

 

Davidson, Augustus, LaSalle.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, August 4, 1862, at Monroe, for 3 years, age 25. Farm laborer by trade. Missing in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  On detached service with Company A, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Taken prisoner at Weldon R. R., Virginia, September 8, 1864.  Born in New York.

 

Davidson, Willard,  Hudson. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 27, 1864, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 38.  Mustered March 2, 1864.  Mustered April 5, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, by order, June 6, 1865.  Died at Alexandria, Virginia, May 4, 1866. Buried Old Cemetery Hudson, Michigan but head is at Maple Grove Cemetery, Hudson.

 

Davis Arthur L.Enlisted in Company C. Fourth Infantry. Private. Listed Absent with leave August 18, 1862, at Special Muster. No further record.

 

Davis, Enoch, Steuben, Indiana.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 25. Height 5’11”. Complexion dark. Eyes gray. Hair dark. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Killed in action at the Wilderness, Virginia, May 5, 1864. Born in Ohio.

 

Davis, Hiram H., Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, as 8th Corporal, June 20, 1861, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Transferred to Invalid Corps, January 16, 1864.  Returned April 16, 1864.  Wounded in action, shot in neck, May 5, 1864.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864.

 

Davis, James (Veteran), Shiawassee County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Returned to regiment at Culpepper Virginia, October 9, 1863.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  Wounded in action, shot in side and arm, May 5, 1864.  On detached service with Company I, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, February 26, 1866.

 

Davis, Lafayette.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, January 16, 1864 at Hudson, for 3 years, age 35. Height 5’8½”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair black.  Farmer by trade. Father of three. Mustered January 16, 1864. Joined regiment on April 5, 1864. Wounded at the Wilderness, Virginia, May 5, 1864 shot lung and arm. Died at Fredericksburg, Virginia, May 13, 1864, of wounds received in action at the Wilderness, Virginia. Born in Ohio.

 

Davis, OrsonCalhoun County.  Enlisted in Company. D, Fourth Infantry,  June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Supposed to have been killed in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.

 

Davis, William, Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 12, 1862, loss of index finger right hand. Discharged for disability at Pt. Lookout April 6, 1863.

 

Davis, Wilson, Tecumseh. Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Farm laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Died of disease at Georgetown , D.C., September 11, 1861. Buried Military Asylum Cemetery, Washington, D.C. Born in Michigan.

 

Day, Adelbert F., Steuben, Indiana. Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 16. Height 5’9½”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair brown. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action and taken prisoner (while trying to rescue a wounded comrade from the enemy) at Gaines’ Mill June 27, 1862. Held in Richmond, Virginia. Paroled at Atkins Landing, Virginia, August 5, 1862. Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863 held at Belle Island, Virginia, suffering from chronic diarrhea. Paroled at City Point, Virginia, August 29, 1863. Returned to regiment at Culpepper, Virginia, October 6, 1863.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863. Mustered January 1, 1864. Recruiting duty in Michigan June 1864 until mustering out September 11, 1865. On detached service with Company B, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Discharged at Detroit, Michigan, September 11, 1865. After war printer by trade.  Was at the 50th re-union of the battle of Gettysburg.  Died September 26, 1914 in Angola, Indiana. Born in Ohio.

 

Day, LibertyHillsdale. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 8, 1864, at Cambria, for 3 years, age 23.  Mustered March 3, 1864. On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Mustered out at Satterlee Hospital, West Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 9, 1865.

 

Day, Robert REnlisted in unassigned, Fourth Infantry, December 21 1863, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered December 22, 1863.  No further record.

 

Dean, Charles B., Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Corporal. Wounded in action July, 1862. Wounded in the thigh on September 19, 1862. Discharged at Fort Hamilton, New York, February 9, 1863, to enlist in regular army. Discharged for Battery E, Fifth United States Artillery, at expiration of term of service, at Fredericksburg, Virginia, May 16, 1864.

 

Dean, Eli H., Ann Arbor.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862. Born in Michigan.

 

Dean, John (Veteran), Hillsdale County. Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, as 5th Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 28. Height 6’2”. Complexion dark. Eyes gray. Hair dark.  Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. In the hospital from August 15, 1861 to December 25, 1861 with typhoid fever. Wounded June 27, 1862 Gaines’ Mill, Virginia. Gun shot wound to face and shoulder. Sent to hospital in Baltimore, Maryland, where he met his future wife while in hospital, she was acting as a citizen nurse. They would have ten children together. Sergeant February 18, 1862. Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  Suffered an injury to his spine at Weldon Rail Road, Confined to wheelchair, rest of life, can be view in reunion pictures as such. On detached service with Company H, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, February 26, 1866. Resided in Litchfield, Michigan after war. Died 1912. Buried Mt. Hope Cemetery, Litchfield, Michigan. Born in England.

 

Decker, Charles W., Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  Returned to regiment on May 15, 1864. On detached service with Company K, First Infantry, by order July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 6, 1865. Corporal October 1, 1865.  Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, February 23, 1866.

 

De Golyer, Samuel, Lenawee County. Entered service in Company F, Fourth Infantry, at organization, as Captain, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 33. Lawyer and Spoke manufacturer. Married, father of a seven year old daughter. Commissioned to date May 16, 1861. Mustered June 20, 1861. Commissioned Major September 25, 1861. Resigned and honorably discharged January 13, 1862. Commissioned Captain, Battery H, First Light Artillery, March 11, 1862.  Died August 8, 1863, of wounds received in action at Vicksburg, Mississippi, May 28, 1863. Buried Maple Grove Cemetery Hudson, Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Delemater, Adelbert,  Pittsford. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 27, 1864, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 18.  Mustered March 2, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, by order June 6, 1865.  Discharged at San Antonio, Texas, to date February 14, 1866. Died in 1922 and buried in Memorial Cemetery, Santa Cruz, California. Born on July 8, 1847.

 

Delameter, Samuel A. Jefferson. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 11, 1864, for 3 years, age 20. Farmer by trade. Resided with parents and sister. Mustered March 3, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, by order, June 6, 1865.  Discharged at Washington, D.C., June 10, 1865, on account of wounds received in action October 27, 1864 (shot in left ankle). Resided in Pittsford, Michigan after service.

 

Delany, John, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian for 3 years, age 21.  Height 6’. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Harrison’s Landing, Virginia, July 20, 1862. Died October 1883, Buried St Anthony Cemetery Hillsdale, Michigan. Born in Ohio.

 

Demming, Benjamin O., Livingston County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Miner’s Hill, January 6, 1862.  Re-entered service in Company G, Second Infantry.  Enlisted March 31, 1864, at Centerville for 3 years.  Mustered April 14, 1864.  Taken prisoner near Petersburg, Virginia, July 30, 1864.  No further record.

 

Denman, William, Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Mason by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Washington, D.C., May 13, 1862. Born in Ohio.

 

De Puy, Richard G., Ann Arbor.  Entered service in Company D, Fourth Infantry at organization as First Lieutenant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian for 3 years, age 30. Lawyer by trade. Father of four, ages: 10, 8, 5 and 2.  Commissioned to date May 16, 1861.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Commissioned Captain, Company K, August 20, 1861. Killed in action at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862. Was in the siege of Yorktown, Virginia, battle of Hanover Court House and New Bridge, Virginia.

 

Deuel, Frederick P., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, as Orderly Sergeant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Shot in right thigh, paralyzed leg.  Discharged for disability at Baltimore, Maryland, October 29, 1862. Admitted to Soldiers & Sailor Home Dayton, Ohio, October 26, 1906. Died there April 27, 1911 from pneumonia. Interned Grave 25, Sec. Q. Row 11. Born in New York.

 

Dewey, George H., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, October 7, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 22. Height 5’1”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair light. Farmer by trade. Mustered October 6, 1861.  Discharged for disability June 4, 1862 because of diarrhea and piles. Resided in Hudson, Michigan after service. Born in Ontario, New York.

 

Dexter, Flavius, J., Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Returned to regiment at Culpepper, Virginia, October 9, 1863.  Discharged at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 13, 1864.

 

Dickerson, James B.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 34. Height 6’2”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown.  Farmer, cooper. and mechanic by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861 as Corporal.  First Sergeant to rank from September 1, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Harrison’s Landing, Virginia, August 14, 1862. By General Porter for total deafness. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, March 16, 1864 at Hudson, for 3 years.  Mustered as Sergeant April 5, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, by order, June 6, 1865.  First Sergeant to rank from October 1, 1865.  Commissioned Second Lieutenant October 24, 1865.  Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, February 23, 1866. Was a village Marshall in Hudson, Michigan after war. Suffered in later years from heart disease and total deafness. Buried Maple Grove Cemetery, Hudson Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Dickinson, John EEnlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 1861, for 3 years, age 21. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Admitted to Old Soldiers Home Dayton, Ohio for dropsy November 28, 1886 where he died on June 24, 1887. Born in New York.

 

Dickinson, John R., Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 25.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Corporal October 18, 1862.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Resided in Dundee, Michigan after service.

 

Diehl, Aaron J., Wayne County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 25.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Warrentown, Virginia, November 12, 1862 because of a gun wound to left arm and left thigh during the Peninsula Campaign. Resided in Knox Township, Ohio after service.

 

Dildine, William H., Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Laborer by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 28, 1864. Resided in Sandusky, Ohio after service. Born in Ohio.

 

Dillon, John, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, September 10, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 16. Height 5’6”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown. Farmer by trade. Mustered September 10, 1861. Was in Georgetown hospital from March to July 1862. On detached service with Company C, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Discharged at expiration of term of service at Weldon R. R., Virginia, September 11, 1864. Suffered from chronic rheumatism after the war. Resided in Hudson, Michigan after service. Became a farmer after war. Died in 1927. Buried Maple Grove Cemetery, Hudson Michigan. Born in Michigan.

 

Dillon, Luman H.Hillsdale. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, March 28, 1864, at Hillsdale, for 3 years, age 16.  Farmer by trade. Mustered April 5, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  October 27, 1864 gunshot wound to left leg at Hatcher’s Run, Virginia. Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, by order, June 6, 1865.  Corporal May 1, 1866.  Mustered out at Houston, Texas, May 26, 1866. Stated that he strained his foot chasing after Lee. Farmer after war. Resided in Jefferson, Michigan after service. Buried North Lawn Cemetery, North Adam, Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Dillon, William B.Pittsford. Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20. Height 5’7”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown.  Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Died at Belle Isle, Richmond, Virginia, December 25, 1863, from brutal treatment. Buried in Locust Cemetery, Pittsford Michigan. Born in Michigan.

 

Divelbis, George W., Steuben, Indiana.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Height 5’6 ½”.  Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Corporal. Wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863, shot in both thighs and scrotum admitted to 5th Corps Hospital July 4 to 19.  The ball entered from behind the right leg and entered at the junction of the thigh and scrotum, passing into the left leg and out just missing the femoral artery. Transferred to York Hospital, Pennsylvania, until December 18, 1863. Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864.  Resided in Allegheny, Pennsylvania and Ellsworth, Kansas after war. After service machinist and bridge carpenter by trade.

 

Discher, John (Veteran), Carleton.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 16.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863. Held at  Richmond. Returned to regiment October 9, 1863, at Culpepper, Virginia. Re-enlisted December 29, 1863. Wounded at Poplar Spring Church, Virginia, on September 30,1864, gunshot wound right lung. On detached service with Company A, First  Infantry,  by order, July 2, 1864.  Transferred  to  Company C,  Fourth Infantry, June 6, 1865. Discharged at Detroit, Michigan, July 13, 1865.  Resided Carleton, Michigan after war. House builder and in meat business after service. Died November 3, 1916, buried in St. Patrick’s Cemetery, Stony Creek, Michigan. Born on February 7,1839 in Forstweiler, Wurtemburg, Germany.

 

Dodge, Alvin, Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3  years, age 24. Height 5’7”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair light.  Carpenter and joiner by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability March 1, 1864, Bealton, Virginia, by order of Gen. Sykes. Resided in Chattanooga, Tennessee after service. Born in Erie County, New York.

 

Dodge, William H., alias Dodge, Hiram, Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23. Height 5’11”. Complexion light. Eyes blue.  Carpenter by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Resided in Manhattan, Kansas after service. Born in Erie County, New York.

 

Dolph, Alfred, Litchfield.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Carpenter apprentice by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862. Born in New York.

 

Donley,  Giles G., Livingston County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Shoemaker by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded in right hand Malvern Hill July 2, 1862. Transferred to Invalid Corps, January 15, 1864. Lived in the soldiers home Grand Rapids after war. Suffered from chronic diarrhea. Buried at Old Soldiers Home 4, Row 20, Grave 9.  Grand Rapids, Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Donnelly, Alexander, Wayne County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Fort Woodbury, September 14, 1861.

 

Doolittle Charles C., Hillsdale. Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, May 16, 1861. Age 29. Banker by trade.  First Lt. Promoted Captain August 20, 1861. Wounded in action at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia. June 28, 1862. Promoted Colonel Eighteenth Michigan Infantry, July 27, 1862. Brig, Gen. U. S. Vol.’s January 27, 1865. Bvt. Maj. Gen. U. S. Vol.’s June 13, 1865, “for meritorious service during the war.” Mustered out November 30, 1865, and honorably discharged. Resided in Toledo, Ohio after service. Died February 20, 1903.  Buried Woodlawn Cemetery, Toledo, Ohio. Born on March 16,1832 in Burlington, Vermont. He received his education in private schools in Montreal, Canada.

 

Dorn, John J., Howell.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22. Farmer by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Died of disease in New York City, May, 1862.  Buried in National Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York, Grave No. 43. Born in New York.

 

Doty, Orasmus, M., Wheatland.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, August 23,  1862, at Hudson, age 21. Height 6’½”. Complexion dark. Eyes blue. Hair dark. Farmer by trade. Wounded slightly in action at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 12, 1863. Wounded slightly and missing in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Returned to regiment August 12, 1863. On detached service with Company C, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Company B, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Mustered out at Houston, Texas, May 26, 1866. Resided in Albion, Nebraska after service. Born in Michigan.

 

Dover William M., Woodland. Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Height 5’4”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair dark. Carpenter by trade. Wounded slightly at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 1862. Shot in hand (loss of index finger). Discharged in April 6, 1863. Born in Canada.

 

Downer, Jacob R., Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Blacksmith by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, December 19, 1861. Born in Michigan.

 

Downing, Christopher F., Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Washington, D.C., November 19, 1863.

 

Doyle, Cornelius, Detroit. Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Sailor by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Sergeant December 4, 1862.  Transferred to Invalid Corps September 15, 1863. Mustered out on June 20,1864 due to expiration of service. Died on October 3,1872 from wounds received while working for the Michigan Central Railroad as an engineer. Both arms and legs were cut off after being run over by a train the previous day. Born in Michigan.

 

Drake, Charles M., Hillsdale. Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian for 3 years, age 21. Joiner by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Georgetown, D.C., March 3, 1862. Resided in St. Elmo, Tennessee, after service. Born in New York.

 

Drake, Franklin, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Died May 24, 1862, of wounds received in action at New Bridge.

 

Draper, David M.Hillsdale. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 19, 1864, at Hillsdale, for 3 years, age 30.  Farmer by trade. Mustered March 3, 1864.  Wounded in action June 5, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps, December 2, 1864.  Mustered out at Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, from Company C, Sixteenth Regiment, Veteran Reserve Corps, August 18, 1865. Resided in Albanese, Michigan after service. Died December 29, 1889.

 

Dreher, AntoneEnlisted in Band, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 25.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at Harrison’s Landing, Virginia, August 10, 1862, by order War Department. Brother-in-law of musician of Edward Strang.

 

Drew, William H. (Veteran), Livingston County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23. Height 5’8”. Complexion light . Eyes gray. Hair light. Farmer and laborer by trade Married, no children. Mustered June 20, 1861. Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864. On detached service with Company K, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Wounded in action gunshot wound in right thigh at South Side R.R. Virginia, April 1, 1865. Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Discharged at Detroit, Michigan, August 5, 1865. Lived in Dexter, Michigan after the war farmer & laborer by trade.  Born in Michigan.

 

Dudley, David T., St. Joseph County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Farm laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Detail to Camp Hospital, December 1861. Wounded slightly in action at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 12, 1862. Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863 and taken to Belle Island, Richmond, Virginia, on July 11,1863. Paroled at City Point, Virginia on August 29,1863 and returned to regiment October 9, 1863 at Culpepper Court House, Virginia.  Sent from there on the next day to Finley Hospital, Washington D.C. Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Resided in Weeping Water, Nebraska after war. Died on November 27,1912 in Lincoln, Nebraska. Buried in Weeping Water, Nebraska. Born on October 8,1838 in Ohio.

 

Duffenbaugh, Isaac,Tarlton, Ohio.  Enlisted in Band, Fourth Infantry, as Drum Major and Principal Musician, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 25.  Clerk by trade. Married, father of 2 and 3 year old daughters. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Drum Major.  Mustered out August 10, 1862, at Harrison’s Landing, Virginia. Born in Ohio.

 

Duffield, Johnson, Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Corporal September 25, 1861.  Sergeant July 1, 1862.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Resided in Sylvania, Ohio after service. Buried in Association Cemetery, Sylvania, Ohio.

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Duffield, William, Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, January 8, 1862.

 

Duffield, William Ward, Detroit. Entered service in Fourth Infantry at organization, as Lt. Col., June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 39. Commissioned to date May 16, 1861. Mustered June 20, 1861. Resigned September 25, 1861. Commissioned Colonel, Ninth Infantry at organization, September 25, 1861. Mustered October 15, 1861, assumed command of brigade March 8, 1862. Military governor of Kentucky. Wounded and taken prisoner at Murfreesboro, Tennessee, July 13, 1862. Exchanged August 27, 1862. Resigned February 6, 1862. Graduated from Columbia College in 1841. Served in the Mexican War First Lt. Tennessee Militia promoted to Adjutant Second Tennessee Cavalry. Wounded at Cerro Gordo and Contreras, Mexico. Chief engineer of the Kentucky Union Railroad after service. Died 1907, buried in Arlington National Cemetery, Virginia. Born in Pennsylvania.

 

Dugan, John F., Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 28, 1864.

 

Duncan, Charles S., Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Student at time of enlistment. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Spent most of first year of service in hospital at Baltimore, Maryland. Unfit for duty in 1862 and while on leave at home for a few days he was married. Spent the rest of the year as a nurse in Baltimore, Maryland. Discharged near Falmouth by order No. 154, January 2, 1863.  Returned to Culpepper, Virginia, October 6, 1863, per G. O. No. 92, War Department of 1862.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service June 30, 1864. Resided in Iowa after service. Born in Canada.

 

Dunphey, Addison W., Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20.   Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Living in Solon, Kent County,  Michigan after the war. Suffering from rheumatism.

 

Dupont, Charles, Dexter.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Height 5’10”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair brown. Druggist by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded in action at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862, shot in right eye. Admitted to Gen. Hospital , West Philadelphia. Discharge Disability July 29, 1862 at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Re-enlisted First Lieutenant 13th Michigan Light Battery December 11, 1863. Promoted Captain, June 11, 1864. Mustered out July 1, 1865. Born in Michigan.

 

Duryee, George W., Jefferson. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 9, 1864, at Jefferson, for 3 years, age 42. Height 5’8”. Complexion light. Eyes black. Hair brown. Farmer by trade. Mustered February 29, 1864.  On leave off and on from February 27 to July 26, 1864 because of severe inflammation of the lungs, liver, and mumps. On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 1, 1864.  Died of disease at Nashville, Tennessee, May 3, 1865.  Father of James and William. Buried Nashville, National Cemetery. Born in Williamsburgh, Long Island, New York.

 

Duryee, James H.Jefferson. Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, February 9, 1864, at Jefferson, for 3 years, age 20. Height 5’8”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown. Student and farmer at time of enlistment. Son of George and brother of William.  Mustered February 29, 1864.  Received $60 bounty at enlistment. On detached service with Company C, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Transferred to Company K, February 15, 1866.  Mustered out at Houston, Texas, May 26, 1866. Died July 10, 1910. Buried Los Angeles, National Cemetery, California. Born in Michigan.

 

Duryee, William Bryon., Jefferson. Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, February 9, 1864, at Jefferson, for 3 years, age 16. Height 5’6”. Complexion dark. Eyes gray. Hair light. Farmer by trade. Son of George and brother of James. Mustered February 29, 1864. Received $60 bounty at enlistment. Wounded in action, shot in side, May 5, 1864.  On detached service with Company C, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Corporal May 1, 1866.  Mustered out at Houston, Texas, May 26, 1866. Died February 11, 1886, after service in a railroad accident. Born in New York.

 

Duryee, Warren Fred, Hudson. Orderly and Personal medical assistant to Dr. Chamberlin. Age 17. Jockey by trade. Cared for the doctor’s horse. Never enlisted. Died November 22, 1932. Buried in Hudson, Michigan. Resided in Plainville, Michigan after service.  Buried in Maple Grove, Cemetery Hudson, Michigan. Born in Michigan.

 

Dutton, Henry, Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, January 13, 1862.

 

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Earle, Francis S., Grand Rapids.  Entered service in Company I, Fourth Infantry, at organization, as Second Lieutenant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Commissioned First Lieutenant and Adjutant to date May 16, 1861. Discharged to accept promotion September 26, 1862.  Promoted Major and Assistant Adjutant General, Volunteers, July 22, 1862. Resided in Tombstone, Arizona. Died March 14, 1901 in El Paso, Texas. Buried Mount Hope Cemetery, San Diego, California.

 

Eastlick, Newman A., Macon.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, February 20, 1862, at Adrian.  Mustered February 20, 1862.  Age 25. Farm laborer by trade. Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  On detached service with Company G, First Infantry, by Order July 2, 1864. Lost in explosion of Steamer Sultana, April 28, 1865. Born in Pennsylvania.

 

Easlick, William, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Ordnance Officer. Discharged for disability at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, January 5, 1862; from being thrown from horse. Died May 28, 1899.  Buried at Lafayette, Michigan.

 

Eastman, Norris, Jackson County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 17. Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded during the Peninsula campaign. Discharged December 27, 1862.  Resided in Soldiers’ Home, Michigan in the early 1900’s. Buried in Genesee County Michigan. Born in Michigan.

 

Easton, Ambrose J., Lima.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 30.  Farmer by trade. Head of household, mother and five siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Sergeant November 14, 1861.  Killed in action, hit by a cannon ball at Malvern Hill, Virginia, June 30, 1862. Buried in Lima Center Cemetery, Washtenaw County, Michigan. Born November 3, 1831 in New York.

 

Eaton, William H., Monroe.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20. Farmer by trade.  Residing on parents’ farm with younger brother. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Sergeant.  Killed in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862. Born in Ohio.

 

Ebert, John, Adrian. Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, September 8, 1862, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 38.  Mustered September 18, 1862. Died of disease at Frederick, Maryland, November 30, 1862. Buried in National Cemetery, Antietam, Maryland, Grave No. 2401.

 

Elmer, Eliott, Wayne County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 30. Height 5’6”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair brown.  Laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Sergeant. Captured in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863. Held at Belle Island Richmond, Virginia, sick in prison hospital from November 16, 1863 to spring of 1864. Paroled  on March 16, 1864,  at City Point, Virginia. Sent to Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland, until May 20, 1864, totally unfit for duty, rheumatism.  Discharged at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 16, 1864. Resided in Pittsfield, Michigan after service, before moving west. Died June 4, 1918,  Veterans Circle Oak Hill Cemetery, Red Bluff, California. Born in Senaca, New York in 1834.

 

Emerson, Josiah D., Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, as 4th Sergeant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded in action at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862. Commissioned Second Lieutenant September 3, 1862. Mustered September 3, 1862. Commissioned First Lieutenant, Company B, December 13, 1862.  Mustered December 13, 1862. Wounded in action at Laurel Hill, May 8, 1864. Commanding Company E, March and April, 1864. Wounded at Laurel Hill, Virginia, on May 8, 1864. Shot through the left shoulder and right hip. Treated in the hospital in Philadelphia for 3 months. Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864 as 1st Lieutenant. Resided in Independence, Kansas after service. Born in Bellefontaine, Ohio.

 

English, Amos H., Hillsdale. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 17, 1864, at Hillsdale, for 3 years, age 19. Laborer by trade. Son of Seth. Mustered March 3, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, by order, June 6, 1865.  Corporal May 1, 1866. Mustered out at Houston, Texas, May 1, 1866.  Resided in Pittsfield, Michigan after service. Died June 21, 1919. Buried Maplewood Cemetery, Reading, Michigan. Born in Michigan.

 

English, Seth, Jefferson.  Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 13, 1864, at Hillsdale, for 3 years, age 44. Laborer by trade. Mustered March 3, 1864.  Died June 21, 1864, of wounds received in action. Father of six children enlisted with his son, Amos. Stated his birthplace was unknown to him. Buried National Cemetery, City Point, Virginia.

 

Enos, Lewis N. (Veteran), Van Wert County, Ohio.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Re-enlisted December 25, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  Wounded in action and taken prisoner at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia.  On detached service with Company  I, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Died of wounds at Emory Hospital, Washington, D.C., April 22, 1865. Born in Ohio.

 

Enos, Merritt, St. Joseph County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, for 3 years, age 18.  Both parents died by the time he was 11 years old. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, July 2, 1863.  Returned to regiment January 1, 1864.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 29, 1864. Born in Michigan.

 

Eskridge, George, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, September 10, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years.  Mustered September 10, 1861. Age 25. Height 5’8”. Complexion light. Eyes black. Hair black.  Farmer by trade. Discharged for disability at Alexandria, Virginia, October 31, 1862. Buried Brown Cemetery, Hudson, Michigan. Born in Ohio.

 

Evans, Heeman (Veteran), Washtenaw County.  Enlisted under the name of Herman Smith. Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864. Provost Guard at Headquarters, Second Brigade, First Division, Fifth Army Corps, from June 1863 to April 1864.  On detached service with Company K, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, February 26, 1866. Suffered a hernia on the left side during war. Resided in Kawkawlin Bay, Michigan after service. Born in Iowa.

 

Evans, James, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 17.  Farm laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Missing in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862. Died of typhoid fever  at Fort Wood , New York Harbor on June 6,1862. Buried in grave #63, Cypress Hills National Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York. Born in Michigan.

 

Everett, Robert A., Hillsdale. Enlisted in Fourth Michigan Infantry, May 16, 1861.  While in Adrian, June 1861 appointed Hospital Steward. Age 22. Doctor by trade. Did not muster with regiment into U.S. service because being appointed Assistant Surgeon Fifth Michigan Infantry, July 31, 1861. Discharged to accept promotion, April 18, 1863. Promoted to Surgeon Sixteenth Michigan Infantry April 18, 1863. Mustered out October 11, 1864. Resided in Hillsdale after service. Elected Mayor of Hillsdale in 1876. Born in New York.

 

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Falkner, Andrew J.Rollins. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, March 22, 1864, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 15.  Mustered April 5, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, by order, June 6, 1865.  Discharged for disability at Austin, Texas, April 18, 1866. Born in Michigan.

 

Fausett, Francis,  Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for3 years, age 31. Height 6’3”. Complexion sandy. Eyes gray. Hair sandy.  Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at U.S. Hospital, New York, December 15, 1862. Resided with his 63 year old mother. Died June 24, 1884. Pratt Cemetery, Summerset Township, Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Farlaman, Alonzo William (Veteran), Adrian, Lenawee County.  Age 15. Oldest of three siblings. Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, October 3, 1861, at Hudson.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  On detached service with Company G, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, February 26, 1866. Resided Coupeville Island, Washington after service. Born in Michigan.

 

Farley, John, Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 28, 1864. Resided in Plainwell, Michigan after service before moving west. Buried National Cemetery, Los Angeles, California.

 

Farmer, William H.See Palmer, William H.

 

Farr, Andrew J., LaGrange, Indiana.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 25.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862.

 

Farrar, Dewitt C., St. Clair.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Corporal. Color  Guard. Killed in action at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 14, 1862. Buried Richmond Cemetery, Richmond, Virginia.

 

Fenton, Asahel, Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Corporal. Discharged for disability October 6, 1862.

 

Fenton, James F., Macomb County. Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 42.  Sailor by trade. Married, father of 7 children. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action July 1, 1862. Sergeant. Taken prisoner July 2, 1863. Returned to regiment at Culpepper, Virginia, October 9, 1863. Died May 13, 1864 of wounds received in action at Spotsylvania, Virginia, May 10, 1864. Buried Fredericksburg National Cemetery, Fredericksburg, Virginia.  Cenotaph located in Clinton Grove Cemetery, Mt. Clemens, Michigan. Born in Scotland.

 

Fidler, Wesley D., LaGrange, Indiana.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Born in Pennsylvania.

 

Field, Henry C., Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, September 21, 1861, for 3 years.  Mustered September 21, 1864.  On detached service with Company K, First Infantry, by order, July 1, 1864.  Transferred to Company C, re-organized Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Deserted at Washington, D.C., February 17, 1866. Buried in Forest Lawn Cemetery, Dexter, Michigan.

 

Field, Nelson, St. Joseph County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, May 16, 1861, for 3 years.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Age 25. Wagon maker by trade. Father of a two year old daughter. Discharged by order of the Colonel July 1861. Born in Pennsylvania.

 

Fields, William H., Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service June 29, 1864. Suffered from heart disease after war. Resided in Grand Ledge, Michigan after service. Painter by trade. Resided in Grand Ledge, Michigan after service. Died February 29, 1904. Buried in Forest Lawn Cemetery, Dexter, Michigan. Born in 1843 in Michigan.

 

Fiester, William T. (Veteran), Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, as Musician, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  On detached service with Company K, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, February 26, 1866. Resided in Jonesville, Michigan after service.

 

Fisco, Alonzo, See Force, Alonzo

 

Fish, Ezra M., Wheatland. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 17, 1864, at Wheatland, for 3 years, age 18.  Mustered March 3, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, by order, June 6, 1865.  Discharged at Washington, D.C., June 9, 1865. Lived in Eagle, Clinton County, Michigan after war. Suffered from rheumatism.

 

Fishbeck, Stephen G., Livingston County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, as Sergeant June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Day laborer by trade.  Oldest of  three siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Deserted September 29, 1862. Received a pension after war, stating he was “Injured in back by a horse.” Shoemaker after war. Died on December 12, 1919. Buried Lakeview Cemetery, Howell, Michigan. Born on November 15, 1840 in Michigan.

 

Fisher, Homer E., Steuben, Indiana.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian for 3 years, age 21.  Clerk by trade. Oldest of 5 siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Taken prisoner at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862.  Wounded right lung and hip. Returned to regiment August 20, 1862.  Discharged for disability near Falmouth, Virginia, January 2, 1863. Resided in Orleans, Michigan after war.

 

Fisher, John, Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability February 1, 1863, on account of wounds listed as slight received in action at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 12, 1862.  Resided in, Detroit, Michigan after service. Died in 1904 and buried in Forest Hill Cemetery, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

 

Fisk, Canfield, Coldwater.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864.  Resided in Bethel, Michigan after service.

 

Fitch, Edson J., Steuben, Indiana.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action Malvern Hill July 1, 1862.  Wounded in action, shot in hand, May 8, 1864.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service June 30, 1864. Resided in Muskegon, Michigan after service.

 

Fitzpatrick, JohnTrenton.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23. Laborer by trade..  Living with wife and two relatives age 18 and 14.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Missing in action at Mechanicsville, June 26, 1862.  No further record. Buried Maple Grove Cemetery, Hudson Michigan. Born in Michigan.

 

Fitzsimmons, Peter, Hudson. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, March 28, 1864, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 32. Mustered April 5, 1864. Wounded slightly in the arm June 2, 1864. On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Discharged at Washington, D.C., June 7, 1865. Resided in Hudson, Michigan after war. Buried Maple Grove Cemetery, Hudson Michigan.

 

Fleming, John H., Cambria. Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18. Farmer by trade  Living with widow mother, oldest of 3 siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action at Gaines’ Mill, June 27, 1862, losing index finger. Wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Shot in left thigh by bullet, which was never taken out. Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 28, 1864. Resided in Township of Winterfield, Clare County, Michigan after service. Buried Greenwood Cemetery Marion, Michigan. Born in Michigan.

 

Flora, James C., Bourbon, Indiana.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 29. Height 5’9”. Complexion dark. Farmer by trade. Married, father of girls 8, 6 and 2 years of age. Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded, piece of finger taken off by a shell, Gaines’ Mill, Virginia. June 27, 1862  Reduced in rank to private for cowardice at Fredericksburg. Wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863 shot in forearm then interned right thigh, opening the deep femoral artery nearly bleeding to death. Amputation of arm. Sent to General Hospital, York, Pennsylvania Mustered out at Detroit, Michigan, badly disabled at expiration of term of service, June 30, 1864. Died April 27, 1877 of lung fever. Buried in Rickey Cemetery, Mason City, Michigan. Born in Tennessee.

 

Fletcher, Charles J., Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, as 1st Corporal, June 20, 1861, for 3 years, age 23. Dentist by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Sergeant Wounded arm slightly in action at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 12, 1862. On December 20, 1862; a Court Inquired was held by the non commission officer of company which found him guilty, of cowardice in late battle he was reduce to ranks. Wounded in action May 5, 1864.  Shot in right arm. Sergeant June 1, 1864.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 28, 1864. Resided in Enfield Tompkins County, New York after service. Born in New York.

 

Flint, Lewis L., Battle Creek.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, Age 21.  Apprentice Joiner by trade. Married in 1861. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at New York, October 3, 1863. Re-enlisted in the Company B, Sixth Michigan Cavalry. Mustered March 24, 1865. Transferred to company D, First Michigan Cavalry, November  17, 1865. Mustered out at Salt Lake City Utah on March 10, 1866.  Resided in Dundee, Michigan after service. Born in New York.

 

Fogle, George, Saline.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Farm laborer by trade. Oldest of nine siblings.  Brother of Scott. Mustered June 20, 1861. Corporal. Color Guard, killed in action at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 13, 1862. Born in New York.

 

Fogle, Scott, Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, February 10, 1862, at Adrian. Age 18. Farm laborer by trade. 2nd oldest of 9 siblings. Brother of George. Mustered February 20, 1862.  On detached service with Company G, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Discharged at expiration of term of service at Petersburg, Virginia, February 10, 1865. Born in New York.

 

Folwell, William R., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 26.  Height 5’5”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Farmer by trade. Oldest of nine siblings.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Sharpsburg, Maryland, October 28, 1862. Resided in Arcadia, Wayne County, New York after service. Died August 15, 1919. Buried East Newark Cemetery, Newark, New York. Born in 1835 in New York.

 

Fonier, John B., Raisinville.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 28.  Farmer by trade. Married with 3 year old and 2 year old. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Corporal.  Killed in action at Malvern, Virginia, July 1, 1862, shot left side.

 

Foote, Emery Daniel (Veteran), Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23. Height 5’10½”. Complexion dark. Eyes brown. Hair brown.  Mechanic by trade. Oldest of nine siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 25, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  On detached service with Company B, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, February 26, 1866. Resided Buffalo, New York after service. Born in Michigan.

 

Forbes, Andrew, Woodstock, Canada West.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, May 16, 1861, for 3 years.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged June, 1862. A minor and British subject.  Died December 27, 1887.

 

Force, Alonzo, Madison. Entered service in Company K, Fourth InfantrySubstitute for William P. Service, Madison Michigan  drafted at Watertown, Clinton County, February 10, 1863. Age 17. Oldest of four siblings living with parents. Sent to regiment April 15, 1863.  Discharged at expiration of term of service at Bealton, Virginia, November 11, 1863. Born in Pennsylvania.

 

Ford, OscarEnlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Mustered June 20, 1861, at Adrian, age 23.  Discharged for disability at Washington, D.C., August 16, 1861.

 

Forncock, Frank B., Reading.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 28. Farm labor by trade Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862. Born in New York.

 

Foster, Martin L. (Veteran), Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  Wounded in action at the Wilderness, Virginia, May 5, 1864. On detached service with Company K, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Discharged at Detroit, Michigan, August 10, 1865.

 

Fountain, Hiram B., Hudson, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Height 5’7”. Complexion dark. Eyes black. Hair black. Farmer by trade. 3rd oldest of 6 siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861. Corporal.   Missing in action at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862.  Sergeant. Killed in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863, buried in the Rose Farm Meadow. Moved to Gettysburg National Cemetery Section 14-B. Born in Michigan.

 

Fournia, Peter (Veteran), Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 32.  Lumberman by trade. Married with two children ages 3 and 1. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Transferred to Company A, September 1, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864. On detached service with Company A, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Discharged to date June 11, 1865.  Resided in Slaytown, Eaton County, Michigan after service. Buried at Charlotte Cemetery, Charlotte, Michigan. Born in Canada.

 

Fournia, Samuel D. (Veteran), Monroe.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, October 1, 1861, at Monroe, for 3 years.  Mustered October 1, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Stated he was held at Andersonville Georgia prison for  11 months. On detached service with Company A, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Company A, Fourth Infantry, by order, June 6, 1865.  Discharged at Detroit, Michigan, August 21, 1865. Soldiers census of 1890 listed that he had piles, rheumatism and just broken down. Resided in Toledo, Ohio after service. Died in 1901 buried St. Joseph Cemetery, Erie, Michigan.

 

Fowler, Hudson K., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Height 5’6”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair black. Carpenter by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Washington, D.C., June 15, 1862.  Re-entered service in Company H, Ninth Cavalry, as Sergeant, November 18, 1862, at Hillsdale, for 3 years.  Mustered March 14, 1863.  Transferred to Battery L, First Light Artillery, May 1, 1863.  Mustered out at Jackson, Michigan, August 22, 1865. Born in Ohio.

 

Fowler, John W.Hillsdale. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, March 21, 1864, at Hillsdale, for 3 years, age 21.  Farmer by trade. Mustered April 5, 1864. On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Discharged at New York City, May 30, 1865. Born in Indiana.

 

Fox, David, Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 17. Farmer by trade.  Oldest of  4 siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  January 6, 1863 “Bucked” for refusing to go on guard duty. Wounded in action May 4, 1863.  Wounded in action May 23, 1864. Gun shot wound left thigh. Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 28, 1864. Resided in Kinderhook, Michigan after service. Born in New York.

 

Fox, John WEnlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, as 3rd Corporal, June 20, 1861, for 3 years, age 21. Laborer by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Died of disease at Yorktown, Virginia, April 17, 1862. Born in New York.

 

Freeman, Allen (Veteran), Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Height 5’6½”.  Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded in the hand at Old Church near Cold Harbor, Virginia, while on the skirmish line. Re-enlisted January 31, 1864.  Mustered February 1, 1864.  On detached service with Company C, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Discharged to date June 5, 1865. Died 1896.  Buried East Plains Cemetery, Matherton, Michigan. Born in Michigan.

 

Edmund Freeman, Oakland. Died at Fairfax, Virginia. December 16, 1862. No further records.

 

French, Ebenezer, St. Joseph County.  Entered service in Company C, Fourth Infantry at organization as Second Lieutenant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 26. Printer by trade.  Commissioned to date May 16, 1861.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Commissioned First Lieutenant September 1, 1861.  Commissioned Captain, Company A, September 1, 1862.  Received gunshot wound in left breast and face, shot in the lower leg, while in action at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 13, 1862. Sent to Douglas Hospital, Washington, December 19, 1862. Relieved from command December 20, 1862, in consequence of wounds.  Returned to regiment March 1, 1863.  Wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863 slightly right arm.  Discharged on account of disability May 9, 1864.  Tried to re-enlist in the invalid Corps but was pronounced unfit. Re-entered service in Company E, re-organized Eleventh Michigan Infantry, as Captain. Commissioned March 1, 1865.  Mustered March 16, 1865.  Commanding Garrison at Charlestown, Tennessee, June, 1865.  Mustered out at Nashville, Tennessee, September 16, 1865. Buried in Oak Hill Cemetery Sec. B., San Jose, California. Born in Michigan.

 

French, Luther Calvin, Hudson.  Entered service in Fourth Infantry, as Assistant Surgeon.  Commissioned August 23, 1862. age 42. Married with no children. Commissioned Surgeon March 13, 1863.  Mustered March 13, 1863. Injured battle of Chancellorsville May 1863. Resigned on account of disability hernia, May 18, 1863, at Stoneman Switch, Virginia. Re-commissioned May 18, 1863.  Resigned May 21, 1863. Died April 12, 1895, buried in Maple Grove Cemetery, Hudson, Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Fry, Mahlon, St. Joseph County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Dropped from rolls at Culpepper, Virginia, October 4, 1863.

 

Fuchs, MichaelEnlisted in Band, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 40.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at Harrison’s Landing, Virginia, August 10, 1862. Lived in Allegheny, Pennsylvania after service.

 

Fuller, John P., Pittsford.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, January 25, 1864, at Pittsford, for 3 years, age 35. Height 5’7”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown. Cooper by trade.  Mustered January 25, 1864. Received a $60 bounty at enlistment. Wounded on May 12, 1864, left leg, leg amputated on June 21, 1864, died at Washington, D.C., June 20, 1864, of wounds received in action. Married and father of 3, ages: 11, 6, and 4. Buried Wolf Cemetery, Pittsford, Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Fuller, Orson, Steuben, Indiana.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 17.  Day laborer by trade. Oldest of 3 siblings Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Fort Woodbury, September 6, 1861. Born in New York.

 

Fuller, Samuel, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, May 16, 1861, at Sturgis, for 3 years, age 22.  Farm laborer by trade. Oldest of four siblings. Mustered September 14, 1861.  Died of disease at Washington, D.C., January 28, 1864. Born in Michigan.

 

Fuller, Watson W., North Adams, Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 26. Height 5’2 ½”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair light.  Shoemaker by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Corporal.  Taken prisoner at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 2, 1862, died of wounds. Buried North Lawn Cemetery, North Adam, Michigan. Born in Madison, New York.

 

Fuller, William R., Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Corporal. Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Confined at Richmond, Virginia.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, May 29, 1865. Resided in Addison, Michigan after service. Died in 1924. Buried North Lawn Cemetery, North Adam, Michigan.

 

Fullerton, John, Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 16.  Farm laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, December 29, 1861 because of heart and kidney trouble. Re-enlisted in the Fourth Michigan Cavalry. Discharged for disability. Re-enlisted the Sixth Michigan Cavalry, Headquarters staff. Discharged for disability. Resided in Augusta, Michigan after service. Born in New York.

 

Funk, Moses A., Jonesville.  Entered service in Company H, Fourth Infantry, at organization, as Captain, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 47.  Height 6’. Complexion Dark. Eyes blue. Hair dark.  Carpenter by trade. Commissioned to date May 16, 1861.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Resigned and honorably discharged August 20, 1861. Died February 12, 1865. Buried Oak Grove Cemetery, Hillsdale. Born in Adams County, Pennsylvania.

 

Furman, Edward, White Lake.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 25. Height 5’5”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Laborer by trade.  Oldest of three siblings.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Taken prisoner at Mechanicsville, June 26, 1862, and confined at Richmond, Virginia.  Died of disease at Fairfax Hospital, typhoid fever on December 16, 1862, from ill treatment received while prisoner of war. Born in Carlton, New York.

 

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Gahagan, Peter, Hudson.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry , September 13, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 20.  Farm laborer by trade. Middle child of 11 siblings. Mustered September 13, 1861.  Died September 7, 1863, at Washington, D.C., of wounds received in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863. Body believed to still be buried in Camp Letterman Field Hospital Cemetery, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Born in Michigan.

 

Gale, Franklin B., Monroe.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Middle child of five siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862, shot in heart. Cenotaph at Woodland Cemetery, Monroe, Michigan. Born in Michigan.

 

Garnsey, Albert L. (Veteran), Metamora, Ohio.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Height 6’1”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown.  Farmer by trade. Brother of Roswell. Had five siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861. At Minor Hill, Virginia, in Brigade Hospital typhoid fever. “I (Adelbert D. Culver) visited him off and on all the time he was in that hospital and myself and his brother lifted him up and down in said hospital, time and time again when he was unconscious. When he had recovered the hair had all came off from his head he was then about the 1st of  March, 1862… He could never keep up with the regt. …I have often carried his musket while his brother carried his knapsack. Rejoined regiment March 1, 1862. Had relapse, sent to St. Elizabeth Hospital, Washington. Rejoined Regiment at Yorktown, Virginia, April 1862. Wounded in action June 27, 1862. Lost forefinger of right hand nearly to the joint, middle finger of left hand first joint. Sent to St Elizabeth Hospital, Washington. The 2nd day of July 1863 he complained of not feeling well and he could not keep up with the regiment on a long march, I (Martin Brockway) took his place on gard (sic) a number of times on account of his not being able to stand on his post all night. Charged with desertion in the face of the enemy Gettysburg July 2, 1863. At Gettysburg charge a total of  $25.64 for lost property.  Restored under Gen. Order 20 with forfeit of pay to February 11, 1864. Re-enlisted February 18, 1864. Mustered February 20, 1864. Wounded in shoulder Old Church, Virginia, June 3, 1864.  Sent to Hospital at White House Landing, Virginia. On detached service with Company B, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864. Corporal September 1, 1865. Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865. On duty as Turnkey at prison in San Antonio, Texas, December, 1865.  Mustered out and honorably discharged February 26, 1866. Died December 15, 1899 in Toledo, Ohio. Amboy Township Cemetery, Metamora Village, Ohio. Born in Michigan.

 

Garnsey, Roswell L., Fulton, Ohio.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Brother of Albert. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862.

 

Garrison, Samuel J., Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 32.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability August 2, 1861.

 

Garvin, Eugene, St. Joseph County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, as Musician drummer, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Resided in Mendon, Michigan after service.

 

Gates, George E., Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 17.  Farmer by trade. Oldest of three siblings.   Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Washington, D.C., July 16, 1861 because of chronic diarrhea. Re-enlisted in Second Michigan Cavalry, November 11 1862. Mustered out on September 1, 1865. Resided in  Reading, Michigan after service. Born in Michigan.

 

Gates, John A., Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Height 5’4”. Complexion fair. Eyes blue. Hair brown.  Carpenter by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  In Seminary General Hospital, Georgetown, Virginia, August 20, 1861, Maternal Fever. Discharged at Sharpsburg, Maryland., by G. O. No. 154, October 25, 1862 to enlist Second U. S. Cavalry. Died June 19, 1914, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Gates, Jonathan P., Cambria.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, February 11, 1863, at Moscow, for 9 months, age 18.  Farmer by trade. Mustered February 11, 1863.  Substitute for John Kesslering who was a farmer by trade.  Drafted February 10, 1863, for 9 months, from Moscow. Age 18. Height 5’8”. Complexion dark. Eyes gray. Hair dark.  Sent to regiment March 11, 1863.  Joined regiment at Falmouth, Virginia, March 23, 1863. One of the new recruits brought from Detroit, Michigan, to the regiment with newly commissioned Colonel Jeffords, in March, 1863. Died of disease, typhoid fever at Lovell Hospital, Portsmouth Grove, Rhode Island, July 25, 1863. Buried in National Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York,  Grave No. 3383.  With the regiment less than four months. Born in Huron, Ohio.

 

Gauntlett, Joseph.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18. Blacksmith by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action June 27, 1862.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Oldest of five siblings. Resided in Detroit, Michigan after service. Born in England.

 

Gavett, Edward, Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, March 26, 1862, at Adrian as musician.  Mustered March 28, l862.  Age 25. Laborer by trade. Married with a one year old daughter. Missing in action at Malvern, July 1, 1862. Returned to regiment October 3, 1862. On January 9, 1862, taken by corporal's guard to creek and was washed and had his hair cut. Transferred to Invalid Corps, August 1, 1863. Died April 15, 1881, Buried Wyllys-Sebringe Cemetery, Cambria Township, Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Gay, William I., Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, September 27, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 30. Height 6’. Complexion dark. Eyes hazel. Hair dark.  Farmer by trade.  Mustered September 27, 1861.  Corporal. Discharged for disability at York, Pennsylvania, January 12, 1863, because kidney, lung, and heart trouble. Resided in Hudson, Michigan and Girard, Illinois after service. Born in New York.

 

Gee, Orrin, Dundee. Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 26. Farmer by trade.  Had seven siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Transferred to Invalid Corps, January 1, 1864 because of back and hip injured from a wagon turning over upon him. Resided in Dundee, Michigan after service. Buried Oak Grove Cemetery, Dundee, Michigan. Born in Michigan.

 

Getter, Origen H., Manistee. Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 26. Height 5’11½”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair brown. Painter by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  On detached service with Company H, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, February 26, 1866. Resided in San Antonio, Texas after service.  Born in Delaware County, New York.

 

Gibbs, John H., Rollin.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, August 26, 1862, at Hudson, age 23. Height 5’3”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair dark. Shoemaker by trade. Oldest of two siblings. Brother of Robert  R. Wounded slightly in action at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 12, 1862. Shot through right leg. On detached service with Company C, First Infantry by order, July 2, 1864.  Discharged for disability, deafness at Detroit, Michigan, September 8, 1864. Died in 1928, buried Smith Hill Otisville Cemetery, Genesee County, Michigan. Born in Michigan.

 

Gibbs, Robert, Cairo, Illinois.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, March 6, 1863, at Riley, for 3 years, Substitute for Robert Clary. Age 23. Height 5’8”. Complexion fair. Eyes gray. Hair brown. Sailor by trade. Paid $25 bounty. Deserted March 13, 1863 en-route from Detroit to Washington. Born in London, England.

 

Gibbs, Robert R., Rollin, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, August 26, 1862 at Detroit, age 17.  Brother of  John H. Discharged for disability March 2, 1863, as he was nearly deaf. Resided in Wheatland Michigan after service. Buried Norvell Cemetery, Norvell, Michigan.

 

Gibson, William H.Monroe. Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 25. Mason by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded and missing in action at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862.  Returned to regiment October 7, 1862.  Gun shot wound in right arm and side, held as a prisoner for 2 months in Richmond, Virginia. Wounded in action at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 12, 1862.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Resided in Hamlin, Michigan after service. Died in 1915 and buried Woodland Cemetery Monroe, Michigan. Born in Michigan.

 

Gilbert, Edwin H., Ann Arbor.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, as First Sergeant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Sadler and Harness maker by trade. Oldest of five siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged to accept promotion July 1, 1862.  Commissioned Second Lieutenant July 1, 1862.  Mustered July 1, 1862.  Commissioned First Lieutenant November 26, 1862.  Mustered November 26, 1862.  Commanding company from December 14, 1862 to March, 1863, and from June, 1863 to November, 1863.  Acting Regimental Quartermaster November 1863.  Commanding company from January to May, 1864.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Born in Michigan.

 

Gilbert, Oliver, Litchfield.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24. Height 5’7”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown.  Carpenter by trade. Oldest of 4 siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Died of disease, typhoid fever at Union Hill, Virginia, October 27, 1861. Mount Hope Cemetery, Litchfield, Michigan. Born in Homer, Michigan.

 

Gilchrist, Archibald, Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23. Cabinet maker by trade.  Had four siblings.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Alexandria, Virginia, January 29, 1863. Resided in Bradford, Pennsylvania after service. Born in Canada.

 

Gill, William Edgar, Hillsdale. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 11, 1864, at Hillsdale, for 3 years, age 27. Farmer by trade. Married with a 7 year old child. Mustered March 3, 1864.  4th  Corporal. On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Corporal April 5, 1864. Transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps, May 4, 1865.  Engaged in battles of North Anna and Old Church.  Wounded in action at Bethesda Church, Virginia, June 3, 1864, wounded in the cheek slightly.  Discharged at Detroit, Michigan, July 21, 1865, from Company F, Second Regiment, Veteran Reserve Corps. Died January 22, 1890. Resided in Baltimore, Maryland after service. Buried North Dover Cemetery, Clayton, Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Gilleland, James G., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service June 30, 1864. Suffered from epilepsy after war. Resided in Adrian, Michigan after service.

 

Gillelland, William W., Pittsford. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, March 21, 1864, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered April 5, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry.  Transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps, by order, January 6, 1865.  Discharged at Brattleboro, Vermont, October 3, 1865, from Company I, Veteran Reserve Corps.

 

Gilmore, James Franklin , Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, February 20, 1862, at Adrian.  Age 27. Farmer by trade. Had 6 siblings. Mustered February 20, 1862.  Discharged for disability at Washington, D.C., October 24, 1862 continually suffering from a sunstroke since August. Returned to duty after recovering his health and served in provost duty until his discharge on May 10,1865. Died July 3, 1925. Buried in Ridgeway Township Cemetery, Ridgeway, Michigan. Born on April 17, 1841 in York Township, Washtenaw County, Michigan.

 

Gleason, Alvaro F., Reading.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 17.  Had seven siblings. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Washington, D.C., July 16, 1861. Born in Michigan.

 

Godfroy, FrederickEnlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability June 1861.

 

Gonier, Xavier, Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 29.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Resided in Monroe, Michigan after service.

 

Goodell, Thomas (Veteran), Wayne County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 16. Height 5’7¾”. Complexion dark. Eyes blue. Hair black. Farmer as trade. Had ten siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  Wounded in action July 1, 1862.  Wounded in action May 5, 1864 Wilderness, Virginia, gun shot flesh wound arm. On detached service with Company I, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia, Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Discharged to date February 15, 1866. Resided in Ecorse, Michigan after service. Admitted to Old Soldiers Home Dayton, Ohio, March 19, 1888 still present April 22, 1893. Born in Canada.

 

Goodell, Titus (Veteran), Wayne County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  First Sergeant February 29, 1864.  Wounded in action May 5, 1864. Admitted Campbell Hospital, Washington, D.C. flesh wound shot in right leg above the knee. Never rejoined regiment. Transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps, by order, January 10, 1865, at Washington, D.C.   On detached service with Company I, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Discharged as of Company B, Fourth Regiment, Veteran Reserve Corps, August 2, 1865. Resided in Ecorse, Michigan after service. Resided at the Soldier & Sailor Home, Erie County, Ohio on the police force at S & S Home.

 

Goodenberger, John, Somerset.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, August 26, 1862, at Hudson, age 44. Height 5’10½”. Complexion dark. Eyes black. Hair black. Farmer by trade. Died May 13, 1864, at Armory Hospital, Washington, D.C., of wounds, shot in shoulder and breast, received in action at Wilderness, Virginia on May 5, 1864. Buried Arlington National Cemetery, Virginia May 22, 1864. Born in Maryland.

 

Goodhue, Elmer, Ann Arbor.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, as 4th Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862.

 

Goodrich, George W., Branch County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Corporal. Discharged for disability April 14, 1863, varicose veins. Re-enlisted in the Fourteenth Michigan Light Battery of Artillery, for 1 year, September 5, 1864. Mustered September 5, 1864. Mustered out at Jackson, Michigan., July1, 1865.

 

Goodrich, John Van Buren, Hudson.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, September 17, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 25.  Teacher by trade. President of the Hudson Teacher association. Mustered October 1, 1861. Discharged for disability at Falmouth, Virginia, December 10, 1862.  Gun shot wound left thigh. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 6, 1864, at Hudson, for 3 years, mustered February 24, 1864.  Commissioned Second Lieutenant February 24, 1864.  Mustered February 26, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company K, re-organized Fourth, June 6, 1865.  Resigned and honorably discharged for disability July 21, 1865, by S. O. No. 564, War Department. Resided in Coopersville, Michigan after service and served two terms as a member of Michigan State Legislature.  Died on February 25, 1906 in San Pedro, California. Born in 1839 in New York.

 

Goodrich, Morrell, Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 49.  Farmer by trade. Father of five. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability July 14, 1862.  Chronic diarrhea and rheumatism. Enlisted in Company  H 27th Michigan Infantry on December 9,1862. Hospitalized at David’s Island, New York for wound and other disabilities in July of 1864.Transferred into Company G of the 14th VRC on January 28,1865. Discharged for disability July 25,1865 for disability (shell wound in hip received at Petersburg, Virginia). Resided in Dexter, Michigan after the war. Died August 14, 1898. Born in Massachusetts.

 

Goodsell, George A., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 25.  Height 6’1”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Farmer by trade. Had one sibling. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded at Chancellorsville, Virginia, May 1863, and in hospital 1863. Gun shot wound right arm, shell wound, face deformed. 1st Sergeant July 1, 1862.  First Sergeant March 7, 1863.  Wounded in action at Gettysburg, July 2, 1863. In Color Guard Company. Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 29, 1864. Born in New York.

 

Goodwin, Charles W., Saline.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Died of disease at Washington, D.C., March 23, 1862. Buried Military Asylum Cemetery, Washington, D.C.

 

Gordon, John A., Detroit.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, age 24. Height 5’6”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown. Discharged to accept promotion September 1, 1861. Commissioned Second Lieutenant, September 1, 1861. Commissioned First Lieutenant January 15, 1862. Mustered January 15, 1862.  Wounded in action right shoulder, musket ball, left in body. Sent to Judiciary Square Hospital, Washington, D.C. at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862. Commissioned Captain September 3, 1862. Mustered September, 28, 1862.  Wounded in action near Shepardstown Ford, Virginia, September 19, 1862, ball passing downward and forward through the upper left lung causing difficulty of breathing and spitting of blood.  Treated on battlefield by Dr. Chamberlain, then sent to Washington, D.C. Returned to duty February 27, 1863. Acting Assistant Provost Marshal in Detroit, Michigan from May 1863 to May 1864.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service in California, under G.O. No. 147 War Department, June 30, 1864. After war was a Hotel proprietor in San Diego. Died 1891 Buried San Francisco National Cemetery, San Francisco, California. 

 

Gould, William H., Livingston County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Corporal March 10, 1864.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service June 29, 1864. Resided in Mason, Michigan after war. Buried Maple Grove Cemetery, Mason, Michigan.

 

Graham, RobertEnlisted in unassigned Fourth Infantry, June 21, 1864, at Jackson, for 3 years, age 30.  Mustered June 21, 1864.  Deserted.

 

Granger, David A., Trenton.  Entered service in Company I, Fourth Infantry, at organization as Captain, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 33. Civil Engineer by trade. Married with no children.   Commissioned to date May 16, 1861.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Resigned June 1861.  Enlisted in Company C, Eleventh Massachusetts Infantry, September 20, 1861.  Second Lieutenant.  First Lieutenant, August 11, 1862 of Company F. Court Martial and relieved from command with forfeit of 30 days pay.  Captain Company E, September 15, 1863 provost guard 3rd Corps Headquarters. Died  on  October 27, 1864 from wounds received at Hatcher Run, Virginia. Born in Massachusetts.

 

Grannis, Henry A., Adrian. Entered service in Company C, Fourth Infantry, at organization as First Lieutenant June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 32. Express agent by trade. Resided at Colonel Woodbury’s Hotel. Married, no children. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Commissioned First Lieutenant and Quartermaster May 16, 1861.  Acting Division Quartermaster from January to October 1862.  Commissioned Captain of Company F, September 1, 1862.  Resigned and honorably discharged November 26, 1862. Resided in St. Thomas, Canada after service. Died at Harper Hospital, Detroit, Michigan on September 22,1881. Born in New York.

 

Grannison, George, Monroe County. Entered service in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20,1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22. Mustered June 20,1861. Discharged December 28, 1862 by order No. 154. Transferred to Second United States Calvary, November 1, 1862, by order of War Department.

 

Graviot, Hiram, Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Washington, D.C., July 1861. Died on September 22, 1861 and buried Port Creek Cemetery, Ash Township, Michigan.

 

Green, James S., Burr Oak. Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in head Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862. Wounded in action May 5, 1864.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864.

 

Green, Newton, Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Washington, D.C., September 6, 1861. Resided in Osseo, Michigan after service.

 

Green, Philip, Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Washington, D.C., August 6, 1861.

 

Gregery, Charles W., Jonesville.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18. Height 5’8”. Complexion light. Eyes hazel. Hair brown. Post Office Clerk by trade. Had a twin brother and one younger sibling.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863, buried by the Rose Farm. Re-interned Gettysburg National Cemetery Section 16-A. Born in Jonesville, Michigan.

 

Gregory, Thomas, Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Miller by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Miner’s Hill, November 25, 1861. Born in Michigan.

 

Grinnage John, Bedford. Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 26.  Laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Transferred to U. S. Cavalry 1862. Born in Delaware.

 

Grisson, Charles E., Hamburg.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Student at time of enlistment.  Resided on farm with parents and six siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability June 17, 1862. Enlisted in Company D, Twenty-sixth Michigan Infantry. 2nd Lt. Wounded Spotsylvania, Virginia, May 9, 1864. Appointed to the Staff General Nelson Miles.  Mustered out 1866 as 1st  Lt. Born in Michigan.

 

Griswold, George, Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, September 24, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years. Mustered October 1, 1861.  Corporal.  Wounded in action August 1863.  On detached service with First Infantry, Company A, per order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Corporal.  Discharged at expiration of term of service, September 10, 1864.

 

Griswold, Lewis,  Rome.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 17.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Received a slight scalp wound during the Peninsula Campaign. Discharged December 28, 1862, by order No. 154.  Transferred to Second United States Cavalry, November 1, 1862, by order War Department.

 

Gruner, Charles Ferdinand, St. Joseph County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, as First Sergeant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24.  Painter (and Chair maker) by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Commissioned Second Lieutenant September 1, 1861. Commissioned First Lieutenant September 1, 1862. Brought up on Charges March 1, 1863, conduct prejudicial, took a French leave in Falmouth, Virginia, for 3 days, found guilty and sentenced to forfeit one month’s pay. Commanding Company from June to November 1863, and from January to June 1864. Commanded regiment after Col. Lumbard was killed May 5, until  May 8, 1864 when David Marshall rejoined the regiment. Wounded in action June 20, 1864 gunshot wound of left hand near little finger, passing through both thighs, injuring rectum. Admitted to Carver General Hospital, Washington, D.C., June 21. Hospitalized until August 18, 1864. Honorably discharged. Resided in Monroe, Michigan after service. Died on October 20,1912 and buried in Woodland Cemetery, Monroe, Michigan. Born on June 19, 1820 in Prussia.

 

Gue, Leonard L., Highland.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 26. Height 5’7”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Blacksmith by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action June 27, 1862, Gaines Mill. Shot in right thigh. Captured and exchanged, sent to hospital at Chester, Pennsylvania. Returned to duty September 1862. Wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863, severely in left arm. Promoted to Corporal in the color guard January 1863.Corporal in the color guard. Sent to hospital at Chester, Pennsylvania and then to hospital at Germantown, Pennsylvania.  Under General Orders No. 188, declared unfit for further field service. Transferred to Invalid Corps at Washington, D.C., March 15, 1864.  Discharged at Washington, D.C., June 20, 1864, from Company C, Sixth Regiment, Veteran Reserve Corps.  Enlisted in Battery G, First Light Artillery, September 5, 1864, at Pontiac, for one year.  Mustered September 5, 1864.  Appointed Artificer January 28, 1865.  Mustered out and honorably discharged at Jackson, Michigan, August 6, 1865. Wounded five times during war. Resided Burdell, Osceola, Michigan after service. Died November 23, 1896. Buried Burdell, Township Cemetery, Tustin, Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Guior, Andrew, See Guyor, Andrew            

 

Guior, Kibbie, Look Guyor, Andrew

 

Guyor, Andrew Noah, Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, May 16, 1861, for 3 years, age 25.  Height 5'6". Complexion dark. Color of eyes black. Color of hair black. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability July 10, 1862. Died on February 2,1919 in Monroe, Michigan and was buried in St. Joseph’s Cemetery, Monroe, Michigan. Born on May 5, 1837 in Monroe County, Michigan.

 

Guior, Lewis, Erie.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, age 17. Substitute for Joseph Ream, drafted from Erie, Monroe County, February 10, 1863, age 18. Height 5’6”. Complexion dark. Eyes gray. Hair dark.. Farmer by trade. Resided with widow mother. Joined regiment at Falmouth, Virginia, March 23, 1863.  Discharged at expiration of term of service at Frederick, Maryland, November 11, 1863. Born in Monroe, Michigan.

 

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Haberfelder, Theodore, Monroe.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Clerk by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Corporal.  Wounded slightly in action at Fredericksburg, December 12 and 13, 1862.  Killed in action at Chancellorsville, Virginia, May 3, 1863.  Born in Germany.

 

Hacket, Andrew, Steuben, Indiana.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service June 30, 1864. Resided in Beatrice, Gage, Nebraska after service.

 

Hadley Cornelius, Litchfield. Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23. Height 5’9”. Complexion dark. Eyes hazel. Hair dark. Farmer by trade. Resided on parents’ farm with six siblings. Brother of Jesse and Simon. Mustered June 20, 1861, as 3rd Corporal.  Discharged October 23, 1862. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania account of disability. Re-enlisted in Company M, Ninth Michigan Cavalry, May 9, 1863 as Sergeant. Awarded the Medal of Honor on April 5, 1898. With one companion voluntarily carried through enemy lines important dispatched from General Grant to General Burnside, then besiege in Knoxville, Tennessee and brought back replies. His comrade’s horse being shot from under him and taken prisoner. Mustered out June 17, 1864 to accept promotion. Enlisted in Company F, First USCA as Lt. on June 17, 1864. Mustered out April 3, 1866. Resided in Litchfield, Michigan after service. Died March 22, 1902 and buried in Mount Hope Cemetery, Litchfield, Michigan. Born on April 27, 1838 in Oswego, New York.

 

Hadley, Jesse L., Litchfield.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Height 5’7½”. Complexion dark. Eyes hazel. Hair dark. Farmer by trade.  Brother of Simon and Cornelius. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Miner’s Hill, December 18, 1861, feeble contusion and typhoid fever.  Re-enlisted in Company I, 4th Michigan Cavalry July 10, 1862. Mustered out July 2, 1865. Resided in  Litchfield, Michigan after service. Born in Oswego, New York.

 

Hadley Simon B., Litchfield. Entered service in Company H, Fourth Infantry, at organization as First Lieutenant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 35. Height 5’8½”. Complexion dark. Eyes hazel. Hair blond. Farmer and School teacher by trade.  Brother to Jesse and Cornelius. Commissioned to date May 16, 1861. Mustered June 20, 1861. Resigned December 11, 1861. Re-enlisted August 13, 1862, Company D, Fourth Michigan Cavalry. First Sergeant. Discharge due to onset of mental illness August 25, 1864. Resided in Litchfield, Michigan after war. Department Commander, of G.A.R. Went insane after service. Died August 6, 1906.  Born in Oswego County, New York.

 

Haight, Benjamin, Wyandotte.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 32. Height 6’. Complexion sandy. Eyes blue. Hair sandy. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Died ulcer of the right leg, at Philadelphia U.S. Hospital, May 15, 1862. Born in New York.

 

Haight, Daniel M., Wayne County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded slightly in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Resided in Taylor, Michigan after service.

 

Hall, Jairus W., Adrian. Entered service in Company H, Fourth Infantry, at organization as Second Lieutenant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Commissioned to date, May 16, 1861. Mustered June 20, 1861. Commissioned First Lieutenant, September 1, 1861. Mustered to date September 1, 1861. Commissioned Captain, Company A, July 1, 1862. Mustered to date July 1, 1862. Transferred to Company D, September 1, 1862. Commissioned Major May 22, 1863.  Mustered June 1, 1863. Commissioned Lieutenant Colonel July 3, 1863.  Discharged to accept promotion October 13, 1864.  Commissioned Colonel of reorganized Fourth, to date July 26, 1864. Mustered October 14, 1864.  Commanded a Brigade in Tennessee during Hood’s invasion in Winter 1864. Post Commander San Antonio, Texas. Mustered out and honorably discharged at Houston, Texas, May 1, 1866.  Brevet Brigadier General United States’ Volunteers March 1, 1865, for gallant and meritorious services during the war. Electrical Engineer at time of death. Died at St. Thomas Hospital, London, England, November 5, 1903  Grave 277. Interred in the same grave as John Price Rees who died in December 1907. Born in New York.

 

Hall, Jeremiah M., Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 27. Day laborer by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Deserted March 11, 1862.  Born in Ohio.

 

Hall, John L. (Veteran), Hudson.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, as Bugler, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18. Height 5’11”. Complexion fair. Eyes gray. Hair brown. Blacksmith by trade. Had three siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864. Acting as nurse at 5th Corps Hospital, City Point, Virginia. January  of 1864. On detached service with Company G, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia. Transferred to Company C, Fourth infantry, July 1, 1865.  Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, February 26, 1866. Died in Syracuse, New York, April of 1932. Buried Brookside Cemetery, Tecumseh, Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Hall, Joseph, Morenci. Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, October 1, 1862, at Tecumseh, age 23. Printer by trade.  Wounded, shot in leg, May 5, 1864, Wilderness, Virginia.  Died July 2, 1864, in Douglas Hospital at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, of wounds received in action at Laurel Hill, May 22, 1864, shot in left leg. Leg amputated off above the knee, May 29, 1864. Died of exhaustion July 6, 1864. Buried Arlington National Cemetery, Virginia, July 6, 1864. Born in England. 

 

Hall, Lorenzo James, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Corporal. Wounded and missing in action at Gaines’ Mill, June 27, 1862, wounded in right thigh.  Discharged for disability at New York, October 29, 1862. Admitted to Old Soldiers Home, Dayton, Ohio January15, 1871, died there January 26, 1881. Born in New York.

 

Hall, Mifflin, Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 35.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Hospital Steward February 1, 1862.  Hospital Steward in Washington, D.C., 1864. Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 28, 1864.

 

Halstead, Frank G., See Hulsted, Frank

 

Hamblin, James B.See Hamlin, James

 

Hamilton, Joseph H., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 25. Height 5’11”. Complexion dark. Eyes black. Hair black.  Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded in action at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 12, 1862.  Died at Kalorama Hospital, Washington, D.C., April 28, 1863 of small pox. Buried at Harmony Burial Grounds, Washington, D.C.  Reinterred at National Cemetery, Arlington,Virginia. Born in Ohio.

 

Hamlin, Edgar V., Hudson.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, September 8, 1862, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 17. Height 5’2”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair brown. Farmer by trade. Wounded slightly in action at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 12, 1862, scalp wound.  Missing in action and taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Virginia, July 2, 1863. Exchanged March of 1864. Admitted hospital, Annapolis, Maryland, April 30, 1864. Discharged near Washington, D.C., by G. O. No. 94, June 5, 1865. Resided Omaha, Nebraska after service. Died in Hudson, March, 14, 1926. Buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, Morenci, Michigan. Born on November 3,1843 in New York.

 

Hamlin, Harrison, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, September 10, 1861, for 3 years. Mustered September 10, 1861, age 21. Height 6’. Complexion dark. Eyes blue. Hair brown. Farmer by trade. On detached service with Company C, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, at Petersburg, Virginia. Discharged at expiration of term of service at Weldon R.R., Virginia, September 11, 1864. In every action of the regiment. Resided in Massachusetts after war. Born in Michigan.

 

Hamlin,  James B., Williamston.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, March 6, 1863, at Williamston, for 3 years, age 33. Height 5’10”. Complexion Light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Machinist by trade.  Substitute for William R. House, drafted February 10, 1863, from Williamston for 9 months. One of the new recruits brought from Detroit, Michigan, to the regiment with newly commissioned Colonel Jeffords, in March, 1863. Deserted en route from Detroit to Washington, March 13, 1863, while under the command of Col. Price, Third Michigan Infantry. Paid a $25 bounty. Resided in Fayette, Ohio after service. Born in Connecticut.

 

Hamlin, Royal W., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, September 10, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 20. Height 5’2”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair brown. Farmer by trade. Mustered September 10, 1861. Wounded slightly at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 13, 1862.Wounded in action shot in head at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863, sent to Hospital York, Pennsylvania. Released August 22, 1863.  Admitted to Fairfax Seminary Hospital on May 31, 1864.  Admitted June 7, 1864 to Haddington Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Admitted June 11, 1864 to Satterlee Hospital and then August 5, 1864 to St. Mary Hospital Detroit, Michigan. On detached service with Company C, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, at Petersburg, Virginia.  Discharged at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, September 12, 1864. Born on June 11, 1841 in Michigan. Died on January 7, 1882 and is buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, Morenci, Michigan.

 

Hamm, Richard P., Lenawee County.  Entered service in Company B, Fourth Infantry, as First Lieutenant, May 16, 1861.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Resigned at Meridian Hill, August 5, 1861, disability on surgeon certificate by Gen. Mansfield.

 

Hammond, Lucius G., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 45. Height 5’10”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair gray.  Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Corporal.  Sergeant.  Transferred to Invalid Corps at Beverly Ford, Virginia, September 15, 1863. Born in New York.

 

Hamp, Clark G.Fulton, Ohio.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18. Height 5’7”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair dark.  Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded slightly in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Sick and wounded in hospital at York, Pennsylvania, rejoined company June 26, 1864.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 20, 1864. Resided in Ai, Ohio after service. Born in Fulton County, Ohio.

 

Hamp, Frederick, Swanton, Lucas County, Ohio.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 47. Height 5’6”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair black. Farmer by trade. Father of William; had six children. Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability May 21, 1863, General Hospital, Washington, D.C.  Born in Germany.

 

Hamp, William, Swanton, Lucas County, Ohio.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18. Height 5’7”. Complexion dark. Eyes gray. Hair brown.  Farmer by trade. Son of Fredrick. Mustered June 20, 1861. Brigade Commissary baker.  Returned to regiment April 28, 1863. Deserted on march to Uniontown, June 30, 1863.  Born in Ohio.

 

Hampton, Charles, Franklyn.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Farm laborer by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Corporal.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864.  Born in Michigan.

 

Hardy, John D. (Veteran), Adams.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24. Height 5’3¾”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair brown.  Sawyer/Lumber Jack by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded at Gettysburg, July 2, 1863 shot in leg.  Admitted to Hospital at York, Pennsylvania.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  On detached service with Company H, First Infantry, by order July 2, 1864 at Petersburg, Virginia.  Missing at White Oak Swamp, Virginia, June 14, 1864, on the march from there to the James River. Confined at Richmond, Virginia, June15, 1864. Sent to Andersonville, Georgia. Admitted to camp hospital, for diarrhea July 8, 1864, died same day. Buried in grave #3015 Andersonville, Georgia. Born on November 8, 1837 in Phelps, Ontario County, New York.

 

Harley, Jonathan P., Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 25. Mustered June 20, 1861. Captured at Warrenton Junction, Virginia, August 29, 1862. Confined at Richmond, Virginia, August 31, 1862. Paroled at Annapolis, Maryland, November 18, 1862. Deserted from hospital August 31, 1863. Dropped from rolls at Beverly Ford, per G. O. No. 92, War Department order. Received a dishonorable discharge.

 

Harmon, Frederick, Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Died of disease in hospital at Georgetown, D.C., September 1, 1861. Buried Military Asylum Cemetery, Washington, D.C., September 13. Born in Germany.

 

Harrington, Erastus, Adrian.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, August 2, 1861, at age 18.  Joined regiment at Detroit, August 22, 1862.  Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  No further record.

 

Harrington, Jerome F. (or T) Enlisted as Hospital Steward, Fourth Infantry, May 16, 1861, at Ann Arbor, for 3 years, age 26.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Transferred to First Infantry, September 1, 1861.  Discharged for disability near Portsmouth, May 28, 1862. Resided in Jackson, Michigan after service. Died in 1912. Buried in Mount Evergreen Cemetery, Jackson, Michigan. Born in 1834.

 

Harris, Charles W., Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 17. Height 5’5½”. Complexion light. Eyes hazel. Hair brown. Clerk by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded in left hand July 1, 1862, Malvern Hill, Virginia.  Admitted to General Hospital, Annapolis, Maryland, July 29, 1862. Wounded while on patrol, loss of right finger and top of head by accidental discharge of his gun. Admitted to General Hospital Washington, D.C., September 21, 1862. Discharged at Convalescent Camp, Alexandria, Virginia, on Surgeon’s Certificate of disability, February 28, 1863.  Enlisted in Company K, Twenty-seventh Infantry, December 23, 1863, at Hillsdale, for 3 years.  Mustered December 23, 1863.  Mustered out and honorably discharged at Delaney House, D.C., July 26, 1865. After service, Guard at State Prison, Jackson, Michigan, and Grocery Store Owner, St. Cloud, Florida. Died 1911 in St. Cloud, Florida. Born in Harrisburg, Virginia.

 

Harris, Henry H., Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Mustered June 20, 1861.Wounded May 5, 1864, gun shot, flesh wound, right thigh. Admitted Campbell Hospital, Washington, D.C. Mustered out at expiration of term of service, June 29, 1864. Buried Mt. Rest Cemetery, St. Johns, Michigan.

 

Harris, William, St. Joseph County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, May 16, 1861, for 3 years.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Farmer by trade. Father of three young children. Discharged by order of Colonel Woodbury at Adrian, June 20, 1861. Born in England.

 

Harrison, William H., Palmyra.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 31.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Died at Carver Hospital, Washington, D.C., May 23, 1864, of wounds received in action, at the Wilderness, Virginia. Shot in leg, which was amputated. Buried May 21, 1864 at Arlington National Cemetery, Virginia.

 

Harroun, James H. (Veteran), Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Re-enlisted February 13, 1864.  Mustered February 14, 1864. Wounded slightly in action at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 12, 1862. Returned to regiment May 30, 1864.  On detached service with Company K, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, at Petersburg Virginia.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, February 26, 1866. Born in New York.

 

Hart, LewisEnlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry May 16, 1861 at Sturgis, for 3 years, age 20.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability October 1, 1862.

 

Hartson, Charles T. (Veteran), Hudson.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, October 5, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years.  Mustered October 8, 1861. Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864. Wounded in action, shot in hand May 8, 1864.  Returned to regiment on June 5, 1864. On detached service with Company K, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, at Petersburg, Virginia. Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, February 26, 1866.  Resided in Eaton Rapids, Michigan after service.

 

Hartson, Hiram L., Ransom.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action at Spotsylvania, Virginia, in the left arm, May 8, 1864.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 28, 1864. Resided in Ransom, Michigan after service. Died April 3, 1903. Buried Evergreen Cemetery, Ranson Township.

 

Haven, William W., Trenton.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Died at Annapolis, Maryland, July 24, 1862, of wounds received in action at Malvern Hill, July 1, 1862.

 

Havens, Truman, Centerville.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 39.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded severely in leg at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862. Corporal.  Dropped from the rolls at Culpepper, Virginia, by G. O. No. 92, War Department, of ‘62. Resided in Hillsdale, Michigan after service before moving west. Buried Oak Hill Memorial Cemetery, San Jose, California.

 

Haviland, Delos M., Iosco.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20.  Farmer by trade. Brother of Lewis. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862. Born in Michigan.

 

Haviland, Lewis Alonzo, Iosco. Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24.  Farmer by trade. Brother of Delos, oldest of nine siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Washington, D.C., January 15, 1863, on account of wounds received in action at battle of Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862. Shot in the right arm. Resided in Iosco, Michigan after service. Died in1913 and buried in Wright Cemetery, Parkers Corner, Michigan. Born in 1837 in Michigan.

 

Hawk, Fayette, St. Joseph County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 28.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  As 6th     Corporal.  Discharged for disability April 28, 1863. Re-enlisted as a Landsman on September 3, 1863. Station at Fort Heineman, New York. Mustered out August 6, 1865. Resided in Bowne, Michigan after service.

 

Hawks, James Edward, Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Student by trade. Had two siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Commissioned Second Lieutenant September 28, 1862. Mustered September 28, 1862.  Died of disease at Bealton, Virginia, April 9, 1864. Buried in Hudson Cemetery, Dexter Township, Michigan. Born in Michigan.

 

Hazen, Nelson T., Milan.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, September 9, 1862, at Monroe, age 17. Had four siblings. On detached service with Company G, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Discharged June 5, 1865. Suffered from chronic diarrhea and deafness after war. Resided in Azalea, Michigan after the service. Buried Azalea Cemetery, Azalea, Michigan. Born in Michigan.

 

Heald, James, Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 32.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Resided in Monroe, Michigan after service.

 

Heath, Charles, Medina.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 16. Height 5’6”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light.  Farmer by trade. Brother of Chauncy. Resided on a farm with older brother. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action July 1, 1862, shot in face. Wounded severely in action at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 12, 1862. Died of small pox in New York City, March 1863.  Buried in National Cemetery, at Brooklyn, New York, Grave No. 3356.  Born in Ohio.

 

Heath, Chauncy, Hillsdale.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for  3 years, age 20. Height 5’6½”. Complexion dark. Eyes blue. Hair light. Farmer by trade. Lived on a farm with older brother James and his family. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Corporal.  Wounded slightly in action at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 12, 1862. Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Missing in action at Annapolis, Maryland, March 17, 1864.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 29, 1864.  Brother of Charley. Suffered from chronic diarrhea, rheumatism, and heart disease. Resided in Owosso, Michigan after service. Drowned in 1913 while residing in Owosso, Michigan. Born in Ohio.

 

Heeman, ThomasEnlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, March 25, 1864, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 18.  Mustered April 5, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2,1 864, at Petersburg, Virginia.  Admitted to Harper Hospital, Detroit, August 5, 1864.  Discharged  at Detroit, Michigan, May 10, 1865.

 

Heine, Paul, Cleveland, Ohio. Enlisted in Band, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 33. Painter by trade. Father of four children: ages 3, 6, 5, and 2.  Listed on payrolls as 3rd Class Musician. Mustered June 20, 1861. Deserted on February 21, 1862. Mustered out August 10, 1862, by order War Department. Born in Baden, Germany.

 

Heintzen J., George, Jr., Wayne County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, as First Sergeant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 30. Height 6’1¾”.  Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair blond.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Reduce in rank to 2nd Corporal June 25, 1861. Wounded in action July 1, 1862, shot in left foot and ankle. Captured and held for six weeks in Richmond, Virginia. Sick and wounded in general hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Discharged as unfit for service December 3, 1862.  Resided in California after war. Died January 29, 1906, Brown Valley, California. Born in Germany.

 

Hendershot, William, Macon.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22. Height 5’5”. Complexion dark. Eyes dark. Hair dark. Farm laborer by trade. Oldest of seven siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861. Suffered from hearing loss, December 13, 1862 at Fredericksburg from gun going off to close to ear. Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863. Parole at City Point, Virginia. December 28, 1863. Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864.. Suffered after the war from chronic diarrhea and rheumatism. Died February 5, 1895. Resided in Emerson, Michigan after war. Born in Michigan.

 

Hendershott, Patterson, Tecumseh.  Enlisted in unassigned, Fourth Infantry, October 23, 1862, at Tecumseh, age 34. Hoister by trade. Married and father of two children ages 18 and 8. Resided in Tecumseh, Michigan after war. Born in Pennsylvania. 

 

Henderson, David, Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Transferred to Company E, August 12, 1861.  Detailed on Gun Boat service July 1862 to November 1863.  Discharged at Washington, D.C., November 16, 1863.

 

Henfrey, RichardDrafted for 9 months.  Joined regiment at Falmouth, Virginia, March 23, 1863. Age 32. Height 5’2”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Farmer by trade. Assigned to Company H, Fourth Infantry. Taken sick June 17, 1863 captured and paroled October 1, 1863.  Discharged at expiration of term of service at Bealton, Virginia, November 11, 1863. Buried in Bryon, Genesee County, Michigan. Born in Lincolnshire, England.

 

Henry, James, Jonesville.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 25. Height 5’4”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair dark. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged at Washington, D.C., January 15, 1863, on account of wounds (gun shot right arm taking part of bone,) received in action at second battle of Bull Run, Virginia. He was the only man from the 4th wounded in this battle. Fell in with the 11th Massachusetts Infantry. Sent to Casparis General Hospital, Washington, D.C., September 1, 1862, until he was discharged on January 15, 1863. Resided in Chico, California after service. Born in North Ireland.

 

Hewitt John W., Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, as 5th Sergeant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 28, 1864. Resided in Capac, Michigan after service.

 

Hibner, Daniel, Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22. Farmer by trade.  Eldest of two siblings lived on farm with elderly mother. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Suffered from chronic diarrhea after war. Resided in Long Rapids, Alpena, Michigan after war. Buried Long Rapids Cemetery, Alpena, Michigan. Born in Michigan.

 

Higley, Levi, H., Ransom.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, October 8, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 18. Height 5’8”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair light. Farm laborer by trade. Oldest of five siblings. Mustered October 8, 1861.  Wounded severely in action at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 12, 1862.  Died December 22, 1862, in Third Division Hospital, Ninth Army Corps, of wounds received at battle of Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 12, 1862.   Born in Hudson, Michigan.

 

Hilfe, Nicholas, Cuyahoga, Ohio.  Enlisted in Band, Fourth Infantry, as Musician, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 28.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at Harrison’s Landing, Virginia, August 10, 1862.

 

Hill Francis E.Hillsdale. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, March 9, 1864, at Hillsdale, for 3 years, age 18.  Mustered April 5, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, at Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, by order, June 6, 1865. Wounded in action September 30, 1864 at Pebble Farm, Virginia. Gun shot in right foot. Discharged at Harper Hospital, Detroit, Michigan, August 29, 1865. Born in Michigan. Resided in Quincy, Michigan after war.

 

Hill, Henry G., Ann Arbor.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, as Sergeant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian for 3 years, age 23. Height 6’1”.  Stone Mason by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  First Sergeant.  Discharged to accept promotion November 26, 1862.  Commissioned Second Lieutenant November 26, 1861.  Mustered November 26, 1862.  Commanding Company F, July, 1863.  Commanding Company D, November, 1863.  Provost Guard at Headquarters, Second Brigade, First Division, Fifth Army Corps, from December 1863 to March 1864.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Had a brother in First Michigan Infantry killed in war.  Died February 26, 1899 of stomach cancer.  Died in 1899 and buried in Oakhill Cemetery, Grand Rapids, Michigan. Born in 1837 in Canada.

 

Hill, Leander FEnlisted in unassigned, Fourth Infantry, February 11, 1864, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 24. Mustered February 13, 1864.  No further record.

 

Hilliard, Alfred J., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Height 6’½”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light.  Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Served on detached duty as Division teamster. Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 29, 1864. Resided in Muskegon,  Michigan after war.  Born in Ohio.

 

Hills, John, Wayne County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, as Sergeant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Height 5’7”. Complexion fair. Hair brown. Eyes blue. Laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. In hospital Harrison Landing, Virginia, July 1862, chronic diarrhea. Admitted to field hospital Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 6, 1863. Wm Jackson promoted. Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Suffered from chronic diarrhea after war. Resided in Wyandotte, Michigan after service. Died on December 20, 1906 and was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Wyandotte, Michigan. Born on July 16, 1837 in England. Arrived in America at age of seventeen.

 

Hinsdale, James W. (Veteran), Dundee.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Height 5’8”. Complexion dark. Eyes black. Hair dark. Laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded slightly in the neck, Peninsula campaign. Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  On detached service with Company A, First Infantry, per order, July 2, 1864. Wounded in action at Hatcher’s Run, Virginia, March 25, 1865.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Discharged at San Antonio, Texas, February 10, 1866. Born in Michigan.

 

Hoag, Isaac R., Fairfield.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, April 8, 1862, at Adrian.  Mustered April 8, 1862.  Age 18. Height 5’11”. Complexion. sandy. Eyes gray. Hair auburn. Farmer by trade. Had six siblings. Wounded June 27, 1862 at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, gun shot wound in chest, right lung. Discharged for disability at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, September 8, 1862. Died on October 22, 1862. Buried  in Lowe / Brock Cemetery, Jasper, Michigan. Born in Oakland County, Michigan.

 

Hoagland, Franklin B., LaGrange, Indiana.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Farm laborer by trade. Oldest of five siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded slightly in action at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 12, 1862.  Taken prisoner and wounded at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Died on Belle Island, Richmond, Virginia, October 24, 1862, of wounds received in action. Buried Ridgeway Township Cemetery, Ridgeway, Michigan. Born in Indiana.

 

Hoagland, Thomas V., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Mother died when he was one year old, raised by a grandmother and sister. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Was in 19 engagements. Married November 1866. Suffered from rheumatism after war. Resided in Ridgeway, Michigan after service.

 

Hodge, Riley, Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Corporal. Transferred to Battery D, Fifth United States Artillery, October 9, 1862.  Discharged at Sharpsburg, Maryland, October 25, 1862.

 

Hodges, Theodore, Fowlerville.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian for 3 years, age 18.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Died of disease at Regimental Hospital, Miner’s Hill, Virginia, December 1, 1861. Buried Military Asylum Cemetery. Washington, D.C., December 7, 1861.

 

Hoffman, Felix, Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 24, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years.  Discharged March 1, 1863 on account of wounds received in action at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862.

 

Hoffman, Frederick, Monroe.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24. Taylor by trade.  Oldest of two siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at Chancellorsville, Virginia, May 4, 1863. Born in Germany.

 

Hogan, Thomas, Jackson.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 32.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Brought up on charges February 1, 1862, drunk and on French Leave, found guilty. Killed in action at Mechanicsville, Virginia, June 26, 1862.

 

Hoisington, Addison J., Hudson.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Height 6’. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action July 1, 1862, shot in leg. Killed in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863, buried on the Rose Farm. Re-interned Michigan Plot, B-#12 Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.  Born in Michigan.

 

Holcomb, William H., Branch County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 25.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded severely in action at the battle of Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 12, 1862, shot in head.  A conical ball, which caused a sapping ragged wound an inch and half long from the front of head to back. December 16, 1862, he was sent to Eckington Hospital, Washington,  D.C.  Died in hospital at Washington, D.C., December 21, 1862, of wounds received in action at Fredericksburg, Virginia.

 

Holister, Alvin F., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22. Height 5’8”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Deserted at Washington, D.C., July 29, 1861. Born in Michigan.

 

Holmes, Alexander, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, September 16, 1861, for 3 years.  Mustered September 16, 1861.  Discharged for disability near Falmouth, Virginia, January 2, 1863. Resided Hudson, Michigan after service. Buried Maple Grove Cemetery, Hudson Michigan.

 

Hollinger, James H., Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  College student at time of enlistment trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded slightly in action at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 12, 1862.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 28, 1864. Born in New York.

 

Hollingshead, James B., Napoleon, Ohio.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Mustered July 1, 1862.  Corporal.  Killed in action at Malvern, Virginia, July 1, 1862.

 

Holt, Ira E., Livingston County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18.  Resided with his parents on a farm.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Corporal.  Discharged at Washington, D.C., March 7, 1863, on account of wounds; shot in right arm listed as slight, received in action at battle of Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 12, 1862. Resided in Howell, Michigan after war. Died in 1921 and buried Lakeview Cemetery, Howell, Michigan.  Born in 1843 in New York.

 

Hooker, W. HCompany C, Fourth Infantry. Died December 21, 1862.  Buried in Military Asylum Cemetery, Washington, D.C.

 

Hopes, William, Hudson. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 27, 1864, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered March 2, 1864.  Deserted at Hudson, Michigan, April 5, 1864.

 

Hopkins Daniel, Corunna.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, December 31, 1863, at Grand Rapids, for 3 years, age 24.  Mustered out July 11, 1865. No further record.

 

Horner, John A., Branch County. Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Corporal. Sergeant. Discharged for disability February 28, 1863.

 

Horton, Robert P., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, October 1, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 21. Height 5’5”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Mustered October 1, 1861.  Wounded in action, shot in right leg, May 4, 1863.  Transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps February 15, 1864.  Discharged at expiration of term of service at Washington, D.C., October 1, 1864. Resided in Woodstock, Michigan after service. Buried Chapman Cemetery, Lenawee County, Michigan.

 

Hough, Judson B., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 27. Farmer by trade.  Married and father of three children: ages 9, 6  and 3.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Missing in action at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862.  Missing in action at Chancellorsville.  No further record. Born in New York.

 

Houghton, JamesDrafted February 10, 1863, for 9 months, from Cohoctah, age 21. Mustered April 7, 1863.  Assigned to Company K, Fourth Infantry.  Joined regiment April 19, 1863.  Discharged at expiration of term of service at Bealton, Virginia, November 11, 1863 Resided in Cohoctah, Michigan after war. Born in Michigan.

 

House, Eri, Scio.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 31. Painter by trade. Married, no children.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged at Sharpsburg, Maryland, August 18, 1862, on account of  gun shot wounds received in action at battle of Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862. Resided Bonhomme, St. Louis, Missouri after war. Born in New York.

 

Howe, Marion F., Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Height 5’10”. Complexion sandy. Eyes gray. Hair light. Farm laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability. Chronic diarrhea and rheumatism at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, December 10, 1861.  Re-entered service.  Enlisted in Company G, Eighteenth Infantry, as Corporal, August 2, 1862, at Jonesville, for 3 years.  Taken prisoner at Snow’s Pond, Kentucky, September 23, 1862.  Paroled November 1862.  Sergeant May 15, 1865.  Discharged at Detroit, Michigan, June 21, 1865. Suffered from chronic rheumatism after war. Resided in Moscow, Michigan after service. Born in Moscow, Michigan.

 

Hoy, Hugh (Veteran), Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Had five siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  On detached service with Company I, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Wounded in action at Gravel Run March 31, 1865.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, February 26, 1866. Resided in Ecorse, Michigan and Hennepin, Minnesota after service. Born in Ireland.

 

Hubbard, Erastus C., Tecumseh.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, August 25, 1862, age 42.  Discharged for disability March 13, 1863. Suffered from deafness in the ear and rheumatism after service. Resided in Battle Creek, Michigan.

 

Hubble, Jerome, Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Clerk by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability October 13, 1862.  Born in Michigan.

 

Hudler, James M., Waterloo.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 29. Height 5’8¾”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair dark. Miller by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged on Surgeon’s certificate of disability at Baltimore, Maryland, May 27, 1864, on account of wounds received in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863, shot in left ankle, by a musket ball, complete fracture of ankle joint. Amputation of leg August 5, 1863. Sent to Davis General Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland. Still admitted in April 4, 1864. By May 1864 stump almost totally healed. Transferred to Haddington General Hospital, Philadelphia to have artificial leg fitted. Totally disabled. Died July 1, 1898.  Buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, Chelsea, Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Huff, Thaddeus, Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20. Farmer by trade lived on farm with father. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded slightly in action at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 12, 1862. Corporal. Wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 3, 1863, severely in leg.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 28, 1864. Resided in  Hillsdale, Michigan after service. Died 1928. Buried Oak Grove Cemetery, Hillsdale, Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Huffman, Samuel, Steuben, Indiana.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 27.  Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Missing in action at Chancellorsville, May 1, 1863.  Discharged for disability at Detroit, Michigan, July 30, 1862. Born in Kentucky.

 

Hughes, George L. C., Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, September 19, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 21. Height 5’7”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown. Gunsmith by trade.  Mustered September 23, 1861.  Wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863, shot in left ankle cutting, shortening of the Achilles. Admitted Trunners Lane Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Transferred to the U.S. General Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 6, 1863. Discharged for disability at Detroit, Michigan, December 24, 1863, on account of wounds received in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Totally disabled. Died March 31, 1874, Adrian Michigan of lung disease. Buried Oakwood Cemetery Adrian, Michigan.

 

Hughes, George W., Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, May 16, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 26.  Printer by trade. Married. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Transferred to Invalid Corps March 31, 1864.  Discharged at expiration of term of service at Washington, D.C., June 20, 1864, from 114th Company, Second Battalion, Veteran Reserve Corps. Born in Michigan.

 

Hulsted Frank. G., St. Joseph County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22. Collection Agent by trade. Had two siblings. Detailed extra duty Quarter Master October 28, 1861.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  7th Corporal.  Sergeant. Taken prisoner at Battle of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  First Sergeant.  Released at Venus Point, Georgia, November 18, 1864.  Discharged at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, March 11, 1865. Born in New York.

 

Hunt, F. Marion, Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Gone from regiment unknown time, rejoined regiment on May 30, 1864. Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 28, 1864. Resided in Osseo, Michigan after service.

 

Hurd, Lewis G., Ann Arbor.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Resided with father and mother, only child. Father was a doctor. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Died at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, March 11, 1862. Body brought back to Michigan for burial on March 25, 1862. Born in Illinois.

 

Hurlburt, Thomas J. (Veteran), Branch County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Re-enlisted December 29, 1863. Promoted Corporal April 1863. Mustered January 1, 1864.  On detached service with Company E, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Discharged to date June 18, 1865. Died in 1902 and buried in Boyne Valley Cemetery, Boyne Falls, Michigan. Born in 1843.

 

Hutchins, George, Detroit.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, September 20, 1861, at Detroit, age 21. Joined regiment April 19, 1863.  Killed in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863. Only with regiment 3 months.

 

Hutt, Myron D., St. Joseph County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864.  Died December 25, 1891. Buried Center Riverton Cemetery, Mason County, Michigan.

 

Huxford, William P., Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 17. Height 5’7”. Eyes hazel. Clerk by trade.  Resided on a farm with father and mother. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Shot in right side of face and head, Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862 entered below right exiting three inches behind right ear. Suffering from loss of sight in right side, hearing and paralysis. Taken to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he was in the Hospital until August 11, 1862.  Discharged for disability at Sharpsburg, Maryland, September 15, 1862, on account of wounds. Re-enlisted in Company B. 162nd New York Infantry, Promoted Captain of the 42nd U. S. Infantry. Promoted Maj. Bvt. For gallant and Merit service in the assault on Port Hudson, Louisiana.  Mustered out September 10, 1868 because of epileptic fits resulting from the gunshot wound to the face. Died in 1910 from hemorrhage of the brain relating to the said wound.  Born in New York.

 

Hyatt, James E., Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 27.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Sergeant. Wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, by a gun shot July 2, 1863.  Corporal August 28, 1862.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service June 29, 1864. Resided in Littlefield, Michigan after service. Died January 17, 1907 at Emmett, Michigan. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Petoskey, Michigan. Born on March 24,1834.

 

Hyde, JCompany D. Killed at Gettysburg. Listed as being in the 4th and Buried Gettysburg National Cemetery, Section 5-H. No such man ever mustered.

 

Hyndell, John, Calhoun County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at camp April 15, 1863.

 

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Ide, Brainard T., Howell.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Farm laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Died of disease at Georgetown, D.C., August 23, 1861. Buried Military Asylum Cemetery, Washington, D.C. Born in New York.

 

Iliff, Elias D., Camden.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 17.  Farm laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Died July 6, 1862, of wounds received in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862.  Born in Ohio.

 

Ihrig William G., Dexter.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, as First Sergeant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862.  Was a soldier in the Russian Army. Born in Russia.

 

Ingall, Henry E.Media. Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 16. Height 5’7”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown. Farmer by trade.   Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged June 15, 1862, by the Secretary of War as British subject, at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, by order of the Secretary of War.  Arrived in the United States from England on April 2, 1860. Residing with Uncle when the war broke out. His uncle was Township Treasurer. Went back to England on August 10, 1864. Born in England.

 

Irish, Alfred A., Hillsdale. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 15, 1864, at Hillsdale, for 3 years, age 20. Farmer by trade.  Brother of John Newton, residing on farm with parents. Had four younger siblings. Mustered March 3, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Transferred to  Company K, Fourth Infantry, by order, June 6, 1865. May of 1864 in regimental hospital for diarrhea; in and out of hospital for next year. Wounded September 30, 1864. Absent on furlough January and February 1865. Discharged to date February 16, 1866.  Died in 1871. Born in Michigan.

 

Irish, John Newton, Moscow.  Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 13, 1864, at Hillsdale, for 3 years, age 17.  Farmer by trade. Brother of Alford A. Had four younger siblings. Mustered March 3, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, by order, June 6, 1865.  Wounded September 30, 1864 losing the site in one eye at Peebles Farm, Virginia. Discharged to date February 16, 1866. Died in Elkhart, Indiana in 1940 of pneumonia.  Lost the sight in his other eye in a work related accident. Buried Grace Lawn Cemetery, Elkhart, Indiana.  Born in Michigan.

 

Irwin, James, Brownstown.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Laborer by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded while on picket September 1861.  Discharged for disability at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, December 12, 1862. Born in Michigan.

 

Itzkins, George, De Kalb, Indiana.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 17.  Resided on farm with parents. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded.  Transferred to Company G, Fourth United States Artillery.  Discharged at Alexandria, Virginia, December 24, 1862.  Born in Ohio.

 

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Jackson, John W. (Veteran).  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, September 26, 1861, for 3 years, age 24. Height 5’5½”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Missing in action at Chancellorsville, May, 1863.  Returned to Company at Warrenton, Virginia, July 28, 1863.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  On detached service with Company G, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Died of disease in hospital at Washington, D.C., May 26, 1865.  Buried same day at Arlington National Cemetery, Virginia. Born in Germany.

 

Jackson, JosephDied at Union Hotel of disease August 20, 1861.  Buried Military Asylum Cemetery, Washington, D.C., August 29, 1861.

 

Jackson, William H., Detroit.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Promoted Corporal December 3, 1862. Sergeant.  Killed in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863, ball passing through his diary. Buried Michigan Plot, I-#17 Gettysburg National Cemetery, Pennsylvania.

 

Jagger, Joseph H., Reading. Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, August 22, 1862, at Hillsdale, age 21. Not with regiment in early fall of 1862, returned to regiment October 3, 1862.  Wounded in action, shot in shoulder, May 10, 1864. Returned May 30, 1864. On detached service with Company K, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Discharged at Washington, D.C., June 5, 1865.  Resided in Coldwater, Michigan after service.

 

Janes, Oscar AlbartusHillsdale. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 15, 1863, at Hillsdale, for 3 years, age 21. On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Discharged November 15, 1864, on Surgeon’s certificate of disability on account of wounds received in action before Petersburg, Virginia, at Weldon Railroad, June 22, 1864, which resulted in the loss of left arm. In Haddington Hospital, Philadelphia from July 1, to November 15, 1864.Was in all the battles in which his regiment was engaged up to the date of his wounding.  Resided in Hillsdale and Detroit, Michigan after war. After war was City Clerk, City Attorney, Circuit Court Commissioner and Judge of Probate, all in Hillsdale County. Paymaster General of the State of Michigan, Staff of Governor R. A. Alger. Trustee of Hillsdale College. Attorney at law. Held many high ranking posts in Michigan G.A.R.  Resided in Hillsdale, Michigan after service. Died on April 26,1933. Buried Oak Grove Cemetery, Hillsdale, Michigan. Born in on July 6, 1843 in Johnstown, Rock County, Wisconsin.

 

Jeffers, Charles T., Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, as 2nd Sergeant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24. Height 5’6”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Painter by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, December 13, 1861, on account of  wounds received (shot in right hand, lost 2 fingertips) while on picket duty the previous day. Enlisted in Company K, Twenty-seventh Infantry, at organization, as Sergeant, December 16, 1863, at Hillsdale, for 3 years.  Mustered December 22, 1863. Wounded in action at Spotsylvania, Virginia, May 12, 1864. Discharged January 22, 1865, to accept promotion as First Lieutenant in Eighth United States Colored Heavy Artillery. Resided in Sioux Falls, North Dakota  after service. Deputy Warden in State Penitentiary. Born in Livingston, New York.

 

Jeffers, George W., Coldwater.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22. Height 5’7”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair brown. Shoemaker by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability rheumatism at Ft. Woodbury, September 6, 1861.  Resided in Coldwater, Michigan after service. Suffered from rheumatism after war.  Born Livingston, New York.

 

Jeffords, Harrison Herbert, Dexter.  Entered service in Company K, Fourth Infantry, at organization as First Lieutenant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24.  Law student at time of enlistment. Oldest of four siblings. Commissioned to date May 16, 1861.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Commissioned Captain, Company C, May 1, 1862.  Mustered May 1, 1862.  Commissioned Colonel November 26, 1862.  Mustered March 12, 1863.  Died July 3, 1863, at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, of bayonet and wound in leg; wounds received in action July 2, 1863, melee for regimental flag. Buried Forest Lawn Cemetery, Dexter, Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Jehu, David, Wayne County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 41.  Resided in Wheeling, Virginia, before coming to Michigan for employment. Left his son in care of his parents. Mustered June 20, 1861. Returning to regiment from hospital in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.  Died at Baltimore, Maryland, August 3, 1863, as a result of falling from the cars on his way from Baltimore, Maryland, then to Washington, D.C.  Born in Whales.

 

Jennison, Sewell A., Hillsdale.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  College student at time of enlistment. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Corporal.  Died of disease near Falmouth, Virginia, March 30, 1863. Buried National Cemetery, Fredericksburg, Virginia.

 

Jewett, George, Caledonia. Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 16.  Student at time of enlistment. Had four siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Deserted while at Adrian on June 22, 1861. Born in Michigan.

 

Johnson, Freeman, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 1861, at  Adrian, for 3 years, age 26. Height 5’7”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded June 27, 1862 at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia. Transferred to Invalid Corps August 1, 1863.  Born in Ohio.

 

Johnson, James H., Hudson.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, October 7, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 20.  Height 5’6”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair dark. Mustered October 7, 1861. Died of disease (typhoid fever) at David’s Island, New York, June 1, 1862. Carpenter by trade. Born in Somerset, Michigan.

 

Johnson, Orrin, Wheatland.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, September 4, 1862, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 22. Height 5’9”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Transferred to Company F, at Union Hill, November 1, 1861. Died of disease, typhoid fever, July 15, 1862. Farmer by trade. Born in Michigan.

 

Johnson, Thomas A., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 41. Height 6’1”. Complexion black. Eyes black. Hair black. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability August 17, 1861. Born in New York.

 

Johnston, James, Hartwelville.  Drafted February 10, 1863, for 9 months, from Shiawassee Township, age 19. Laborer by trade. Had four siblings. Mustered February 20, 1863.  Assigned to Company K, Fourth Infantry.  Joined regiment April 19, 1863.  Killed in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863, shot through body.  Born in New York.

 

Jones, Abiathar H., Flat Rock.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, as Wagoner, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 30.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Company Drummer in July 1861. Wounded at Mine Run, November 29, 1863. Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 20, 1864. Re-enlisted as Fireman in the Navy. Served on the ship Black Hawk. Mustered out in February 1867. Resided in Flat Rock, Michigan after service. Died January 1, 1898. Buried Brookside Cemetery, West Branch, Michigan.

 

Jones, Edward, Cleveland, Ohio.  Substitute for Francis W. Pratt, drafted March 2, 1863, for 9 months, from Ottawa, Cass  County.  Supposed to have deserted.

 

Jones, George. Enlisted in unassigned, Fourth Infantry, February 5,1864, at Corunna, for 3 years, age 21. Mustered February 5,1864. Not on returns of muster-out roll.

 

Jones, Jonathan BEnlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 12, 1864, at Hillsdale, for 3 years, age 25.  Mustered March 3, 1864. 6th Corporal. April 5, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Missing in action December 9, 1864, near Petersburg, Virginia.  Returned to regiment May 20, 1865.  Discharged at Washington, D.C., per G. O., June 8, 1865. Resided in Aulville, Michigan after service. Died June 23, 1886, Vassar, Michigan.

 

Jones, Miles, L., Litchfield.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18. Height 5’6”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair light. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Missing in action at Mechanicsville, Virginia, June 26, 1862, wounded in throat, only could talk in whispers. Captured at Meadow Bridge, Virginia. Discharged for disability at Ft. Monroe, Virginia, March 13, 1863. Resided with his parents. Resided after in Hillsdale, Michigan. Chronic diarrhea. Died May 5, 1898, found in his farm field. Buried in Allen Cemetery, Hillsdale, Michigan. Born in Litchfield, Michigan.

 

 Jones, Thomas D. (Veteran), Coldwater. Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, as Sergeant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Saloon-hand by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability August 24, 1861.  Re-enlisted September 24, 1861, as First Sergeant. Commissioned Second Lieutenant, Company F, January 13, 1862.  Transferred to Company B, January 13, 1862.  Died July 23, 1862, in New York Harbor of wounds received in action at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862. Born in New York.

 

Jones, Timothy T.Steuben, Indiana. Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Teamster. Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  On detached service with Company B, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865. Resided in Crystal, Michigan after war. Admitted to Old Soldiers Home, Dayton, Ohio for rheumatism November 2, 1901. Born in Ohio.

 

Judson, Thomas HEnlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22. Height 5’10”. Complexion sandy. Eyes blue. Hair light. Molder by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded slightly in the left shoulder  Chancellorsville, Virginia, May 1862. Promoted to Corporal June 1862. Re-enlisted February 21, 1864.  Mustered February 23, 1864.  In Division Hospital, May 1863, wounded.  Corporal.  Killed in action at the Wilderness, Virginia, May 5, 1864. Born in England.

 

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Kaiser, Andrew Jackson, St. Joseph County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20.  Height 6’. Complexion fair. Eyes green. Hair brown. Mustered June 20, 1861.  August 11, 1861 in hospital; Georgetown, Virginia, with pneumonia transferred to General Hospital, Annapolis, Maryland. Naval Academy for pulmonary. November 4, 1863 in Emory General Hospital, Washington, D.C. for chronic diarrhea. Returned to duty May 1, 1864. Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Resided in Sturgis, Michigan after service. Died June 7,1902.

 

Kane, Morris, Toledo, Ohio.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 35.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in the right leg in Virginia. Transferred to Invalid Corps, Washington, D.C., per G. O. No. 320, War Department, September 30, 1863.  Admitted to Old Soldiers Home, Dayton, Ohio, August 19, 1868. Released September 25, 1868. Buried Lakeview Cemetery, Howell, Michigan.  Born in Ireland.

 

Keedle, James (Veteran), Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863, at Ann Arbor.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  On detached service with Company E, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Dropped from company rolls, per order, near Petersburg, Virginia, September 9, 1864.

 

Keeler, Lewis W. (Veteran), Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 26.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Re-enlisted December 25, 1863, at Ann Arbor.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  On detached service with Company E, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia. Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, February 23, 1866.

 

Kelly, Emery BEnlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, February 11, 1864, at Jefferson, for 3 years, age 17. Height 5’8”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown.  Farmer by trade. Had three siblings. Mustered February 13, 1864.  Killed in action at the Wilderness, Virginia, May 5, 1864. Buried Leonardson Cemetery, Pittsford, Michigan. Born in Michigan.

 

Kelly, Edwin C., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, March 6, 1862, at Adrian. Mustered March 6, 1862. Age 21. Had two younger siblings. Spent two months in hospital in Maryland. Discharged to date April 9, 1863. Resided in Kansas after service. Born in Michigan.

 

Kelly, Robert W., Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, December 15, 1862, on account of wounds. Buried Mt. Hope Cemetery, Lansing, Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Kelly, William H., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 39.  Harness maker and sailor by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.   Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, June 30, 1864. Enlisted Company K, Sixty-seventh Ohio Volunteers Infantry. Mustered out November 14, 1865. Resided in Nebraska after service. Buried Gibbon-Riverside Cemetery, Gibbon, Nebraska.  Born in Isle of Man.

 

Kellogg, E. Lyman, Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Blacksmith by trade. Had one sibling. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service June 29, 1864. Born in New York.

 

Kelch, Henry, Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 43.  Farm laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Washington, D.C., September 11, 1861, on account of wounds. Born in Germany.

 

Kemery, Absalom, Steuben County.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 28.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Union Hill, December 10, 1861.

 

Kempt, Godfrey, Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Taken prisoner on June 29, 1863 on the march to Gettysburg while guarding a house along the march. Rejoining the regiment September 1863. Discharged at Washington, D.C., June 12, 1865. Buried Oak Grove Cemetery, Chelsea, Michigan. Born on June 18, 1837.

 

Kendal, Harry, Monroe City.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Died of disease at Brigade Hospital, Hall's Hill, Virginia, October 24, 1861. Buried Woodland Cemetery Monroe, Michigan.

 

Kennedy, John, St. Joseph County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, as 1st Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 27. Farmer by trade.   Resided with nine siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Sergeant.  Discharged for disability February 8, 1863. Born in Ireland.

 

Kenyon, Lewis L., Hudson, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Height 5’6”. Complexion sandy. Eyes blue. Hair brown. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862. Born in Michigan.

 

Kelser, George J.Rollin. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, March 18, 1864, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 25.  Mustered April 5, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Corporal.  Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, by order, June 6, 1865.  Wounded in action at Five Forks, Virginia, April 1, 1865. Shot in left thigh. Discharged at Satterlee Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 7, 1865. Resided in Clayton, Michigan after service.

 

Kesselring, Jacob, Macomb County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Taken prisoner in action at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862.  Discharged for disability at Alexandria, Virginia, November 15, 1862.

 

Ketchum, Alvah, Calhoun County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Resided in Miharta, Meagher, Montana after the service.

 

Keyes, William, Wayne County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 38.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Corporal.  Discharged on Surgeon’s certificate of disability December 17, 1861.

 

Kidder, Samuel C., London.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20.  Height 5’7”. Complexion dark. Eyes dark. Hair dark. Mustered June 20, 1861. Sought a transfer from Colonel Woodbury to First Infantry, September 1, 1861, not approved.  Detached to Lowe's Balloon Corps from October to December 1861 at Washington and back with regiment by February 28, 1862. Wounded and missing in action at Malvern July 1, 1862.  In regimental Hospital July 1862 for fever. Taken prisoner at Chancellorsville, May 4, 1863. Returned to regiment at Auburn, Virginia, October 26, 1863.  In regimental Hospital August - May 6, 1864.  Gun shot wound in little finger of right hand received at Wilderness.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Re-enlisted September 6, 1864 in Eighteenth Michigan Infantry, Co. D for one year. January 10, 1865, Nashville General Hospital with "Primary Syphilis". Later he fell down the stairs at the hospital and injured his left hand. Resided in Hawkins, Michigan after service. After the war his occupation was that of a Clerk and Preacher. After the war complained of rheumatism and chronic diarrhea. Died July 27 1907, disease of bowels.

 

Kidney, John P., Branch County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Farm laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Received a gun shot wound to the left shoulder at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862. Missing in action at Chancellorsville, May 1, 1863.  Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Returned to regiment December 10, 1863.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864.  Resided in Union City, Michigan after Service. Died in1924. Buried in Riverside Cemetery, Union City, Michigan. Born in 1838 in Connecticut.

 

Kilem, John, Metamora.  Enlisted in, Fourth Infantry, April 3, 1863 at Fort Wayne, Detroit, for 3 years, age 40. Height 5’4”. Complexion dark. Eyes hazel. Hair dark. Mustered April 15, 1863. Discharged for disability at Convalescent Camp, Virginia, on July 16,1863 for chronic rheumatism and  thickening of the tissues in feet. Also reported as unfit for duty in Invalid Corps (partially imbecile) with a reported age as 50. Machinist by trade. Born in Germany.

 

Kilmer, Alonzo, White Pigeon.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, as Wagoner, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 28. Paper maker by trade and Marshall. Mustered June 20, 1861. Wagoner and Ambulance driver. Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 29, 1864. Married; father of a 2 year old daughter. Moved to Kansas after war. Becoming a Judge by trade. Died July 8, 1908, in Sedan, Kansas.  Buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Sedan, Kansas.  Born on December 7,1833 in Rock City Falls, New York.

 

Kimball, Duane C., Adrian.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 17.  Oldest of  three siblings.  Mustered June 20, 1861. 3rd Sergeant. Died July 6, 1863, of wounds received in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863, shot in body and leg amputated. Buried Gettysburg National Cemetery, Section 13-E.  Born in Michigan.

 

King, LawrenceHudson. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, March 25, 1864, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered April 5, 1864.  Wounded in action June 18, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia. Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, by order, June 6, 1865.  Discharged by order of Surgeon General at St. Louis, Missouri, September 25, 1865. Born in Ireland.

 

King, MartinHudson. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, March 30, 1864, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 24.  Mustered April 5, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, at Petersburg, Virginia.  Sergeant.  Missing in action August 21, 1864, at Weldon R.R., Virginia.

 

King, Norman, Ann Arbor.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Corporal.  Killed in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863. Interned Gettysburg National Cemetery, Section 10-A.

 

King, Thomas Jr.Hudson.  Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, March 28, 1864, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 22.  Mustered April 5, 1864.  Wounded in May 28, 1864, portion of left leg amputated May 31, 1864. Amputated higher up on June 11, 1864.  Died of wounds at Hudson, Michigan, October 24, 1864. Only with the regiment fifty-three days. Buried Maple Grove Cemetery, Hudson Michigan.

 

King Wallace A., Tecumseh. 1st Lt. Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry. Age 24.  Landscape artist by trade.  Student at Norwich University a Military School, Vermont. Not mustered because a case of bilious fever. Hospitalized for four weeks. Enlisted in Company B, Seventh Rhode Island Cavalry a 3 month regiment. Mustered on June 24, 1864. Mustered out September 26, 1864.  Born in Vermont.

 

Kingsley, Andrew J., Steuben County.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 31.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, March 3, 1862.

 

Kinney, George H., Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Height 5’8”. Complexion dark. Eyes gray. Hair dark.  Farm laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Missing at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862.  Discharged on Surgeon’s certificate of disability at David’s Island, New York, on account of wounds received in action December 1, 1862.  Resided in North Adams, Michigan as a Post Master after service. Died in June of 1904.  Born in Jackson County, Michigan.

 

Kittle, Jesse, Monroe City.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Residing on father’s farm. Oldest of two siblings. Brother, John, in Fifth Michigan Cavalry.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Killed in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862. Born in New York.

 

Knaggs, John Wesley., Raisinville.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded and captured in action; left arm shot off and amputated at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862. Sent to Bellevue Hospital, New York City, New York ,and discharged for disability from there on November 11, 1862. Oldest of eight siblings. Resided in Bay City, Michigan after service. Farmer by trade. Born in 1839 in Michigan.

 

Knape, August, Monroe City.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 25.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862 by having his left arm shot off by the shoulder.

 

Knowing, EdwardDied of disease, typhoid fever, at Seminary Hospital, Georgetown, October 5, 1861.  Buried in Military Asylum Cemetery, Washington, D.C.

 

Kronbach, Adam, Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, May 15, 1861, for 3 years. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Lost an eye in the service. Had a brother in the Eleventh Michigan Infantry. Resided in Monroe Michigan after service. Buried Trinity Lutheran Cemetery, Monroe, Michigan.

 

Kruger, Christian B., Wayne County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863, severely right arm, forearm amputated July 30, 1863, stump totally healed at close of war. Discharged January 1, 1864.

 

Kuhmann, AugustusEnlisted in Band, Fourth Infantry, as Musician, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 34. Height 5' 4 1/2". light complexion. Eyes grey. Hair brown. Machinist by trade. Mustered into Federal service on June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at Harrison’s Landing, Virginia, August 10, 1862, by order War Department. Enlisted and mustered into the107th Ohio Infantry on  February 14, 1865 in Sandusky, Ohio for 1 year. Mustered out of service on May 18, 1865 in Cincinnati, Ohio. Resided in Sandusky, Ohio after the war where eventually died on January 20, 1893, from injuries received from a fall down a flight of stairs on January 17th. Born in Rohrbach, Baden, Germany.

 

Kydd, John H.Detroit. Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Carpenter by trade. Resided with parents and two siblings. Mustered June 30, 1861.  Corporal.  Promoted 1st Sergeant April 4, 1863.  Killed in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863. Buried by a Munshower tree in the Wheatfield. Reinterred Michigan Plot, B-#13 Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Born in Scotland.

 

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Ladd, Charles H., Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Promoted 8th Corporal, May 1862. Sick in hospital August 1862. Promoted to 1st Corporal, November 1862. Detached to Brigade Provost Guard, March and April 1863. Killed in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863. Buried near Rose Barn. Re-interred Michigan Plot, B-#13 Gettysburg Cemetery, Pennsylvania.

 

Lafleur, Asher B. (Veteran), Litchfield.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Height 5’6 ¾”. Complexion dark. Eyes gray. Hair black. Farmer by trade. Asher and his sister were raised in an orphanage, at a young age was bound out to a farmer. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Corporal January 1, 1863.  Wounded and missing in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863 shot through the body thought to be mortally wounded.  Returned to regiment August 1, 1863. Re-enlisted December 19, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864. Sergeant. Wounded in action May 8, 1864 Spotsylvania, Virginia, leg crushed by grape-shot, bleeding form ruptured arteries which resulted in two amputations. On detached service with Company H, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, at Petersburg, Virginia.  Discharged at Detroit, Michigan, June 5, 1865.  It was said of him “Bravest of the Brave.” Township Treasurer of Litchfield and elected Hillsdale County Treasurer after service. Resided in Hillsdale, Michigan after service. Died in 1906. Buried Mt. Hope Cemetery, Litchfield, Michigan. Born in Cateraugus, New York.

 

Lafountain, Paul, La Salle.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20. Farm laborer by trade.   Mustered June 20, 1861.  Died of disease, typhoid fever, at Georgetown, D.C., October 20, 1861. Buried Military Asylum Cemetery, Washington, D.C., October 27, 1861. Born in Michigan.

 

Laird, David C., Pittsfield. Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Farmer laborer by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Died September 24,1863 at five o'clock am, of wounds received in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863, (shot in back). Buried in grave #23 of section 28, field hospital cemetery but later reinterred in Gettysburg National Cemetery Section 22-B. Born in New York.

 

Lake, Amon C., Hillsdale. Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action at Gaines’ Mill, June 27, 1862.  Corporal. Wounded slightly in thigh in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Died May 14, 1864, of wounds received in action at Wilderness, Virginia, May 5, 1864. Buried National Cemetery, Fredericksburg, Virginia. Born in New York.

 

Lampman, Amasa, Osceola. Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24.  Farm laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, December 14, 1861.  Enlisted in Company H, Twenty-second Infantry, August 11, 1862, at Howell, for 3 years.  Mustered August 22, 1862.  Transferred to Invalid Corps March 22, 1864, on account of wounds received in action at Chickamauga, Georgia, September 20, 1863. Died on November 11, 1908 and is buried in Lakeview Cemetery, Howell, Michigan. Born in 1837 in New York.

 

Lampman, Lawson W., Livingston.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862.  Killed in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863. Buried Gettysburg National Cemetery, Section 2-I.

 

Lamson, Alvin C., Wayne County.  Enlisted in Fourth Infantry as Sergeant Major, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Commissioned Second Lieutenant, Company K, September 1, 1861. Mustered September 1, 1861.  Commissioned First Lieutenant, Company H, December 11, 1861.  Mustered December 11, 1861.  Commissioned Captain July 18, 1862.  Mustered July 18, 1862.  On detached service as Acting Assistant Inspector General on Staff of Colonel McQuade, March 26, 1863.  Transferred to Company C, April 11, 1863.  On staff of Colonel Switzer, May 1863.  Detailed as Acting Assistant Inspector General, Second Brigade, First Division, Fifth Army Corps, from May 22, 1863 to March 1864.  Resigned and honorably discharged for disability April 20, 1864. Died in Detroit, Michigan on September 21, 1880. Buried in Elmwood Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan. Born in Detroit, Michigan on April 17, 1839.

 

Lane, James T., (Veteran), Macon Township.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, March 5, 1862, at Adrian. Carpenter by trade. Father died leaving mother and three siblings destitute. Re-enlisted March 6, 1864.  Mustered March 31, 1864. On detached service with Company G, First Infantry, by order, July 2 1864, at Petersburg, Virginia. Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Corporal September 1, 1865.  Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, February 26, 1866. Resided in Holloway, Michigan after service. Buried Raisin Presbyterian Cemetery, Lenawee County, Michigan. Born in New Hampshire.

 

Langford, Daniel W. (Veteran),. Lenawee County. Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 25. Height 5’8”. Complexion light. Eyes dark . Hair dark. Farmer by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863. Mustered January 1, 1864.  Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Returned to company August 12, 1863.  On detached service with Company B, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, at Petersburg, Virginia.  Married by Fourth Michigan's Chaplain John Seage on Saturday February 6, 1864, at Bealton Station, Virginia, at the residence of the bride Sarah Grove. February 10, 1865 Sarah was living in Fairfield, Lenawee County, Michigan and had a 3 month old daughter. Straggler on march and taken prisoner near Long Bridge, Virginia, June 14, 1864. Died of yellow fever at Charleston, South Carolina on October 14, 1864. Originally buried in the"Potter's Field" of the Charleston Race Course in Charleston, South Carolina. Reinterred in the National Cemetery in Beaufort, South Carolina. Born in Ohio.

 

Lapham, George, Detroit.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863. Born in Michigan. Brother of William B. Lapham

 

Lapham, William B., Wayne County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Day Laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability by order General Sykes, February 19, 1863. Suffered from disease of the lung after war. Resided in Albion, Nebraska after service, leaving there in 1905,moving to Ohio and eventually back to Michigan. Brother of George Lapham. Born in Greenfield Village, Michigan on November 13,1838. Died on April 8, 1925 (suicide) and buried in Woodmere Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan.

 

Larzilier, George, Detroit.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, February 9, 1863, at Detroit Jackson, for nine months. Age 21. Height 5’5½”. Complexion fair. Eyes blue. Hair auburn. Farmer by trade. Substitute for John Robert Lowry, drafted from Henrietta, Jackson County,  February 19, 1863.  One of the new recruits brought from Detroit, Michigan, to the regiment with newly commissioned Colonel Jeffords, in March, 1863. Joined regiment at Falmouth, Virginia, March 23, 1863. Wounded four inches above right ankle at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Taken to Little York Hospital Penn. Remained until December of  1863, then sent to Detroit, Michigan. Discharged at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, December 25, 1863. Buried Reynolds’s Corner Cemetery, Manchester, Michigan. Died Oct. 2 1885. Born in Pennsylvania.

 

Larzaleer, William F., Tecumseh.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 25.  Clerk by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Ft. Woodbury, September 11, 1861.  Resided in Saline, Michigan after war. Born in New York.

 

Lassey, John Graham., Raisinville. Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, July 26, 1862, at Monroe, for 3 years, age 28.  Height 5’10½”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Farmer by trade. Wounded in action, in the side on May 5, 1864 and sent to Stanton.General Hospital  On detached service with Company A, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, at Petersburg, Virginia.  Discharged near Washington, D.C., per order No. 94, June 9, 1865. Brother of Richard and William. Resided in Monroe, Michigan after service. Died on September 23,1912. Buried in King, (Old Sackett) Cemetery, Raisinville, Michigan. Born on April 13, 1835 in Lee, Massachusetts.

 

Lassey, Richard Richardson., Raisinville. Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 28. Farmer by trade. Married with two daughters; ages 1 and 8. Brother to John and William. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Sergeant. Wounded slightly in left arm at Malvern Hills, July 1, 1862. Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Kept at Belle Island Prison, and died in General Hospital # 21 (CSA), Richmond, Virginia, December 26, 1863 of tonsillitis. Buried at National Cemetery, Richmond, Virginia. Section 8A, Site 1572 (erroneously identified as" R.R. Labey "). Born in Yorkshire, England

 

Lassey, William, Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Oldest of four siblings. Brother to John and Richard. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Corporal September 25, 1861. Wounded by a spent ball at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862. Sergeant August 8, 1862.  1st Sergeant May 1, 1864.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Resided in Monroe, Michigan after service, and worked on the railroad, but then moved to Independence, Kansas in 1878. Died on October 28, 1915. Buried in Mount Hope Cemetery, Independence, Kansas. Born on November 20, 1841 in Monroe County, Michigan.

 

Latta, Martin M., LaGrange, Indiana.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Farm laborer by trade.  Had five siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Died of disease in camp near Falmouth, Virginia, December 30, 1862. Born in New York.

 

Laughlin, PatrickEnlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Farm laborer by trade.   Mustered June 20, 1861.  Transferred to Battery D, Fifth United States Artillery, October 9, 1862.  Discharged at Sharpsburg, Maryland, per G. O., October 25, 1862. Born in Ireland.

 

Laverty, Elijah, Lansing.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, February 11, 1863, at Leroy, for 3 years.  Farmer by trade. Residing on parent’s farm along with one sibling.  Mustered February 11, 1863.  Substitute for Gilbert Putney, drafted February 10, 1863, from Leroy, Ingham County, for nine months,  age 21. Height 5’8”. Complexion sandy. Eyes blue. Hair sandy. One of the new recruits brought from Detroit, Michigan, to the regiment with newly commissioned Colonel Jeffords, in March, 1863. Joined regiment at Falmouth, Virginia, March 23, 1863.  Died of disease, fever in Douglas Hospital, Washington, D.C., July 19, 1863. Buried Military Asylum Cemetery, Washington, D.C.  Born in Canada.

 

Law, Charles E., LaGrange, Indiana.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, May 16, 1861, at Sturgis, for 3 years.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability July 30, 1862.

 

Lawrence, Henry L., Hudson.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Height 5’8”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown. Farmer by trade.  Married. Mustered June 20, 1861. Shot in chest, died May 6, 1863 of wounds received in action at Chancellorsville, Virginia. Buried one from camp Falmouth, Virginia. Born in New Hampshire.

 

Lawson, George C., Hudson, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, as Sergeant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 35. Height 5’8”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown.  Shoemaker by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed accidentally by a comrade Corp. Lucius Hammond while on picket duty August 31, 1861, at Hall’s Hill, Virginia. Buried Maple Grove Cemetery Hudson, Michigan. Born in Michigan.

 

LeBaron, RobertEntered service as Second Assistant Surgeon, Fourth Infantry, May 5, 1863, at Aldie, Virginia, for 3 years, age 26.  Commissioned May 5, 1863.  Mustered May 25, 1863.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 28, 1864. Died 1925. Buried Oak Hill Cemetery, Pontiac, Michigan.

 

Lee, Andrew J., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Corporal. Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864.  Died October 28, 1889. Resided in Manchester after service. Buried Oak Grove Cemetery, Manchester, Michigan.

 

Lee, Edwin, Cambridge.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18.  Farmer by trade. Resided with mother and three siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861. Corporal Company E. August 25, 1861. Mustered on  June 13, 1865. Resided in Tipton, Michigan after war. Suffered from rheumatism and heart trouble after war. Buried Cambridge Junction Cemetery, Cambridge Junction, Michigan. Born in Michigan.

 

Lee, George H., St. Joseph County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, December 30, 1862. Died on April 6, 1863. Buried in Burlington Cemetery, Burlington, Michigan. Born on March 6, 1838.

 

Leighton, Phillip, Trenton.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at Fredericksburg, Maryland, December 13, 1862.

 

Leming, Henry, Wayne County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, as Musician, for 3 years, age 14. Height 4’5¾”. Complexion fair. Eyes blue. Hair light. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at camp March 16, 1863.  Re-enlisted in the Company B, Twenty-fourth Michigan Infantry.  Mustered in on March 23, 1865. Discharged June 30, 1865, at Detroit, Michigan. Resided in New Buffalo, Michigan after service. Suffered from rheumatism after war. Admitted to Old Soldiers Home, Dayton, Ohio for rheumatism, June 14, 1892. Released September 19, 1892. Died of heart disease June 1, 1901, Old Soldiers Home, Grand Rapids. Buried June 6, 1901 at same. Born in Michigan.

 

Leonard, Freeman, La Salle. Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Blacksmith by trade. Relative to John D. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Died of typhoid fever disease in hospital at Harrison’s Landing, Virginia, July 8, 1862. Originally buried on the banks of James River, Virginia. Buried at National Cemetery Glendale, Virginia. Born in New York.

 

Leonard, John, D., La Salle.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 17.  Resided on parents farm with three siblings. Relative to Freeman. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Died of disease in hospital at Mound Hill, Virginia, February 11, 1863. Buried National Cemetery,  Fredericksburg, Virginia. Born in Michigan.

 

Lewis, Alonzo, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, February 25, 1862, at Adrian, for 3 years. Age 23. Laborer by trade. Mustered February 27, 1862.  Wounded at Gettysburg, July 2, 1863 shot right leg. In hospital August 1863.  On detached service with Company B, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, at Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Admitted to Harper Hospital, Detroit, Michigan, December 1865.  Transferred to Company K, February 15, 1866. Transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps. Resided in Farmers Valley, Hamilton, Nebraska after service. Operated an agricultural implement dealership. Died in York, Nebraska on February 28, 1917 at age 80. Born in Michigan.

 

Lewis, Edward, Macon. Enlisted in Company D, Third Cavalry, September 27, 1861.  Mustered October. 14, 1861. Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, February 27, 1862, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20.  Mustered February 27, 1862. Killed in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Left on the field and died from wounds. Buried in Macon Cemetery, Macon, Michigan.

 

Lewis, George W., Adrian. Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 29. Height 6’. Complexion sandy. Eyes gray. Hair sandy. Barber and farmer by trade. Married with a household of nine. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1862.  Shot through right arm. Transferred to Invalid Corps at Washington, D.C., per G. O., No. 52, War Department of ‘64, February 15, 1864. Resided in Franklin, Michigan after service. Buried Springville Cemetery, Lenawee County, Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Lewis, Harvey (Veteran), Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Height 5’5”.  Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair brown.  Miller by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Re-enlisted February 16, 1864.  Mustered February 20, 1864.  Wounded in action, shot in hand at Malvern Hill, Virginia July 1, 1862.  Wounded in action, shot in neck, May 8, 1864 shot in the neck. Admitted to Hospital in Washington, D.C. On detached service with Company C, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, at Petersburg, Virginia. Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Discharged to date June 25, 1865. Buried at Ethridge Cemetery, Lawrence County, Tennessee. Name listed as Lewis, Harvey. Born in Michigan.

 

Lewis, John, Kalamazoo. Enlisted in Fourth Infantry, February 22, 1864, at Kalamazoo for 3 years, age 44. Height 5’10”. Complexion dark. Eyes blue. Hair dark. Veterinary surgeon by trade. Mustered February 22, 1864. Born in New York.

 

Libbey, George W., Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, September 28, 1861, at Hudson. Discharged for disability, hernia, at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, February 13, 1862. Resided in Duplain, Michigan after service. Buried Mt. Rest Cemetery, St. Johns, Michigan.

 

Limbarker, William E., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, as Sergeant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 26. Height 5’8”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown. Printer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, in hand on June 27, 1862.  Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Killed, while a prisoner of war, on October 25, 1863, at Belle Island, Richmond, by enemy’s guard, while on police duty “cleaning camp”.  Buried at grave #716, National Cemetery, Richmond, Virginia. Born in New York.

 

Lindenbower, Wheeler, Hudson. Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, for 3 years.  Mustered September 30, 1861. Age 21. Height 5’7½”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown. February 1862 injured by the Colonel’s horse kicking him in the head, damaging his left eye. Took to wearing dark blue glasses. Missing in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862.  Given Furlough from July 5, 1862 to August 5, 1862 to take Col Woodbury horses home, finally returned to regiment until April 1, 1863. Hostler for Colonel Jeffords. Discharged for disability at Bealton, Virginia, March 29, 1864. Was Colonel Woodbury’s Personal Aid and Hostler. Was a teamster after war. Died in Medina, Michigan in1926.  Evergreen Cemetery Ransom, Michigan. Farmer by trade.

 

Lindsley, William, Lenawee County. Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20,1861, for 3 years. Mustered June 20, 1861. On detached service with Battery D , Fifth U.S. Artillery from June of 1862 until March of 1864. Received back injury on August 30,1862 at Bull Run, Virginia while "getting into position for engagement" his horse fell and threw him. Returned to regiment and discharged on June 30,1864. Reenlisted as private with Company B, Hall's Independent Sharpshooters and transferred into First Michigan Sharpshooters on March 15,1865. Promoted to Corporal on April 5,1865. Mustered out on July 28,1865 at Delaney House, Washington D.C.

 

Lindsey, William, Saline.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry as 4th Sergeant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Mustered out May 5, 1862, Washington, D.C. on account of disability. Re-enlisted in First Michigan Sharpshooters October 3, 1864. Mustered out July 28, 1865. Suffered from a back and spine injury after war. Died June 2, 1900. Buried at Saline, Michigan. Born in Oswego, New York.

 

Livingston, James, St. Joseph County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 15.  Resided on family farm. Had four siblings and a twin brother. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Taken prisoner at Camp Union, August 29, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Washington, D.C., February 12, 1863.  Born in New York.

 

Lockwood, Elias, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 25.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  On gun boat service in western gunboat flotilla from July 1862 to May 1863.  Discharged at Washington, D.C., November 16, 1863 for transfer to Gunboat service. Suffered from disease of the kidney. Resided in Romeo, Michigan after service. Died March 4, 1911. Buried Romeo Cemetery, Romeo, Michigan. Born on September 6,1835 in New York.

 

Long, William, Hudson. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, March 31, 1864, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 38.  Mustered April 5, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, at Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, by order, June 6, 1865. Discharged at Louisville, Kentucky, July 3, 1865.

 

Lourin John, Alexandria, Virginia.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, at Union Hill, Virginia, for 3 years, age 19. Enlisted November 1, 1861. Mustered November 10, 1861, by Captain Slocum, January 7, 1862 recruiting service in Michigan. Sick and wounded in General hospital. Deserted January 3, 1863 at camp.

 

Loss, Charles P., Brownstown.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 17. Farm laborer by trade.   Resided on family farm oldest of seven siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861. Corporal.  Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service June 30, 1864. Born in Michigan.

 

Lossing, Jehial B., Adrian. Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18. Height 5’5”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown. Wagon maker by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability at New York City, January 5, 1863. Oldest of three siblings. Died in 1864. Buried Oakwood Cemetery, Adrian, Michigan. Born in Michigan.

 

Loveland, William HEnlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, as Sergeant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Sergeant Major January 10, 1862.  Commissioned First Lieutenant, Company D, September 10, 1862. Commissioned Captain, Company B, September 10, 1862.  Died May 13, 1864, of wounds received in action at Wilderness, Virginia, May 5, 1864, shot in the left middle 1/3 femur. Born in Vermont.

 

Lovett, George E., Calhoun County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Detached to Brigade bakery January 3, 1863. Wounded left leg, May 5, 1864 at the Wilderness. Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Resided in Albion, Michigan after war. Died at the Old Soldier Home, Grand Rapids, February 14, 1916.

 

Low, Henry, Mendon.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Died at Epiphany Hospital, Washington, D.C., July 17, 1862, of wounds severely,  in side and shoulder received in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862. Buried Military Asylum Cemetery, Washington, D.C., July 18, 1863.

 

Lowe, David (Veteran), Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 31. Farmer by trade.  Married with a  2 year old daughter. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 25, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  Killed in action at Laurel Hill, Virginia, May 10, 1864. Born in England

 

Lowe, Robert, Ann Arbor.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, February 20, 1863, at Waterloo, for 3 years, age 25.  Substitute for John Segrist, drafted February 20, 1863, for nine months, from Waterloo, Jackson County.  Deserted on route from Detroit, Michigan, to Washington, D.C.

 

Luce, Constant, Monroe.  Entered service as Captain, Company A, Fourth Infantry, at organization, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 40.  Commissioned Captain to date May 16, 1861.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Resigned on account of disability, November 23, 1861.  Re-entered service in Seventeenth Infantry as Lieutenant Colonel at organization.  Commissioned August 8, 1862.  Mustered August 21, 1862.  Commanding regiment from October 16 to October 26, 1862. Wounded by explosion of a shell at South Mountain, Maryland, September 1862. In hospital for five days at Alexandria, Virginia.  Commissioned Colonel March 21, 1863.  Mustered March 21, 1863.  Honorably discharged December 4, 1864, sick 3 to 4 weeks before he resigned. Suffered from an injury to the spine during the battle of Spotsylvania, Virginia by having two dead men fall upon him. Court Marshaled for mismanagement of funds in March of 1865 while with the 4th in 1861. Sentenced to one month in jail. Married with a son. Resided in Monroe, Michigan after service.  Real estate dealer and register of deeds after war. Died in Monroe, Michigan, February 28, 1904. Buried Woodland Cemetery, Monroe, Michigan. Born in Massachusetts.

 

Luce, Moses Augustine, McDonough, Illinois.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18. Height 6’.  College student at time of enlistment. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Sergeant January 1, 1863.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 28, 1864.  Medal of Honor Winner. Student at time of enlistment, Hillsdale College. Had two siblings dying in war years. Lawyer by trade. Titles held included: Vice President, California Southern Railroad Company; Postmaster, Candidate State Senate. Died April 25, 1933 San Diego, California. Buried in the Hawthorne Section of Greenwood Cemetery, San Diego, California. Born on May 14, 1842 in Payson, Adams County, Illinois.

 

Lull, Leonard, Hudson. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, March 16, 1864, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 58.  Farmer by trade. Married and father of Leonard D.  Mustered April 5, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, at Petersburg, Virginia.  Returned to duty from McClellan Hospital, Philadelphia, September 23, 1864. Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, by order, June 6, 1865.  No discharge furnished. Born in New York.

 

Lull, Leonard D., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, September 15, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years.  Farmer by trade. Father was Leonard. Mustered September 16, 1861.  Killed in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862. Born in Michigan.

 

Lumbard, Francis M., Jackson. Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, March 31, 1864, at Jackson, for 3 years, age 28. Height 6’. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown.  Conductor of Railroad. Mustered March 31, 1864. Drafted credit to the town of Green Oak, Livingston County. Joined regiment at Jackson, Michigan, April 1, 1864.  On detached service with Company E, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, at Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company I, Fourth Infantry, by order, June 6, 1865.  Sergeant.  Commissioned Second Lieutenant June 6, 1865.  Mustered out at Detroit, Michigan, October 17, 1865. Died in 1899. Buried Whitmore Lakeview Cemetery, Livingston County, Michigan. Born in 1833 in New York.

 

Lumbard, George W., Hillsdale County.  Entered service in Company E, Fourth Infantry, at organization, as Captain, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 31. Lawyer by trade. Married; father of 2 year old boy. Commissioned to date May 16, 1861.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Commissioned Lieutenant Colonel July 1, 1862.  Mustered July 1, 1862.  Commanding regiment from November 25, 1861.  Commissioned Colonel July 3, 1863.  Died May 6, 1864, of wounds received in action at Wilderness, Virginia, May 5, 1864. Born in New York.

 

Lumbard, Horatio G., Hillsdale.  Entered service in Company K, Fourth Infantry, as First Lieutenant, age 38. Master book binder by trade.  Married and father of a 17 year old daughter. Commissioned November 14, 1862.  Mustered December 18, 1862.  Acting Regimental Adjutant from January to July 1863. Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863. Lost a thumb.  Held at Libby Prison Richmond, Virginia. Mustered out and honorably discharged December 19, 1864, by S. O. No. 455 War Department. Resided in Philadelphia after war.  Born in New York.

 

Lynch, William, Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863, buried by the Rose Farm.

 

Lyon, Lyman J.Hudson. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 29, 1864, at Hudson, for 3 years, as Musician Drummer. Age 46.  Mason by trade. Married, father of three. Mustered March 2, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, by order, June 6, 1865.  Mustered out at Houston, Texas, May 26, 1866. Suffered from diarrhea and rheumatism after war. Resided in Hudson, Michigan after service. Buried Maple Grove Cemetery, Hudson Michigan. Born in New York.

 

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McAfee, John, St. Joseph County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Fourth Sergeant.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Resided in Windsor, Canada after service.

 

McBride, Quintus J., Blissfield.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 17. Resided on parent’s farm along with four siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861. Died of disease at Union Hotel, Georgetown, D.C., August 20, 1861. Buried Military Asylum Cemetery, Washington, D.C. Born in Michigan.

 

McCann, James, Trenton.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Corporal in March of 1862. Court Martial March 1, 1862. Accused a sergeant of stealing rations and he used threatening language. Found guilty, sentenced, reduced to ranks.  Attached to Provost Guard at Brigade Headquarter until mustered out. Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864.  Resided in Wyandotte, Michigan after service.

 

McCarthy, Alexander A., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, October 5, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years.  Mustered June 5, 1861.  Discharged for disability January 1, 1863.

 

McCarthy, William F. D. Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, as 8th Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Sick and in the hospital York, Pennsylvania. May and June of 1862. Ran at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862, reduce in rank to private.  Discharged by order No. 154, War Department, Washington, D.C., November 3, 1862.

 

McCaussey, Charles A., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged at Baltimore, Maryland, April 24, 1863, on account of wounds listed as slight, received in action at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 12, 1862. Resided in Scotts, Michigan after service.

 

McClurg, William, Macomb County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged by Medical Board, Washington, D.C. certificate of disability, August 5, 1861.

 

McCollister, Charles E., St. Joseph County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, as Sergeant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Quartermaster Sergeant September 1, 1861.  Transferred back to company November 1, 1861.  Discharged on account of disability at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, December 18, 1861.

 

McConnell, Martin, Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Height 5’7”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged at Harrison Landing July 19, 1862 disability. Died of disease August 3, 1862. Buried Military Asylum Cemetery, Washington, D.C. Born in Yates, New York.

 

McConnell, William H., Hillsdale County.  Entered service in Company H, Fourth Infantry, as Second Lieutenant, at organization, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23. Clerk by trade. Commissioned to date May 16, 1861.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Absent and sick September 20, 1861, at Seminary Hospital, Georgetown, Virginia.  Did not rejoin regiment.  Resigned January 2, 1862. Resided in Monroe, Michigan after service. Died March 18, 1872. Born in Elmira, New York.

 

McCormick, Charles F., Superior. Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Farmer by trade. Resided father farm with five siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, February 24, 1863. Died on February 2,1877 and buried in Forest Hill Cemetery, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Born on December 26,1842 in Michigan.

 

McDermott, James, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, March 8, 1862, at Adrian.  Mustered March 8, 1862.  On detached service with Company G, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Discharged at expiration of term of service at Washington, D.C., March 8, 1865. Resided in Clinton, Michigan after service. Buried Riverside Cemetery, Clinton, Michigan.

 

McDonald, Charles, Wayne County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 31.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability at camp, March 13, 1863.

 

McDonald, Robert S., Brownstown.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Police officer by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded in action June 26, 1862.  Sick and wounded in General Hospital Baltimore, Maryland. Discharged at Baltimore, Maryland, October 4, 1862. Resided in Detroit, Michigan after service. Born in Scotland.

 

McDonough, Michael, Saugatuck, St. Joseph County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded slightly in action at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 12, 1862.  Corporal.  Transferred to Invalid Corps at Washington, D.C., per G. O. No. 312, War Department of ‘63, October 1, 1863.  Resided at the Old Soldiers Home, Michigan. until he died there on January 1, 1897. Buried in the Soldiers Home Cemetery, Grand rapids, Michigan.

 

McDougall, James, Adrian.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, May 16, 1861, at Adrian, age 38.  Mustered September 16, 1861.  Died of disease at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, January 1, 1862.

 

McDougall, John A., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, October 10, 1861, at Union Hill, for 3 years, age --.  Mustered October 10, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, January 20, 1862.

 

McDougall, William M., Rollin. Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, October 1, 1861, at Hudson.  Died of disease at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, January 8, 1862. Buried Military Asylum Cemetery, Washington, D.C.

 

McEvoy, John, Wayne County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Sick and wounded in Hospital Alexandria, Virginia, December 1862. Wounded in action, shot in the arm at the Wilderness, Virginia.  May 5, 1864.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864.

 

McFadden, Michael (Veteran), Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23. Carpenter by trade.   Mustered June 20, 1861. Re-enlisted December 29, 1863, at Ann Arbor.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  Wounded in action, shot in leg, May 5, 1864.  On detached service with Company E, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Discharged for disability February 12, 1865. Born in Ohio.

 

McFarland, John, Wayne County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Check clerk in railroad freight office.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Absent without leave July to November 1862. Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Born in Scotland.

 

McKenzie, William, Wayne County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 27.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Sergeant. Wounded in action May 5, 1864, gun shot wound in right eye. Admitted to Stanton Hospital, Washington, D.C., May 11, 1864. Transferred to Satterlee Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania May 18, 1864. On June 16, 1864 bullet was removed.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at August 3, 1864 Adrian, Michigan. Lost right eye and suffered from headaches after war. Resided in Leroy, Michigan after service.

 

McKeown, James, Tecumseh.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Cabinet maker by trade. Oldest of two siblings.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Died of disease in hospital at Baltimore, Maryland, November 1, 1861. Born in Pennsylvania.

 

McKinsty Walter, Lapeer. Enlisted in company H, Fourth Infantry. February 11, 1863 at Fort Wayne, Detroit. Enlisted for 9 months. Paid $25 bounty. Age 24. Height 5’5”. Complexion dark. Eyes blue. Hair brown. Farmer by trade. One of the new recruits brought from Detroit, Michigan, to the regiment with newly commissioned Colonel Jeffords, in March, 1863. Deserted en-route to join regiment on March 13, 1863.  No further records.  Born in Wayne, New York.

 

McKiver, Robert, Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 17. Height 5’7”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair light. Laborer by trade. Resided with 61 year old widow mother.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged  for disability at Washington, D.C., May 29, 1862.  Died in 1916. Born in Canada.

 

McKnight, George, Watertown, Canada West.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 27.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Committed suicide at Ft. Woodbury September 3, 1861.

 

McLean, James B., Livingston County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, as Sergeant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 28.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Commissioned Second Lieutenant January 29, 1862. Mustered January 29, 1862.  Promoted First Lieutenant June 27, 1862.  Mustered June 27, 1862.  Commissioned Captain September 28, 1862.  Mustered September 28, 1862.  Contracted disease of the lung at Falmouth, Virginia, during winter 1862. Wounded, shot in shin and left heel while in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Resigned and honorably discharged on account of disability April 21, 1864.

 

Mackey, John H. (Veteran).  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 25.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  Wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863, shot in right foot.  On detached service with Company G, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Corporal July 1, 1865.  Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, February 26, 1866. Suffered from lung disease after war. Resided in Sand Creek, South Dakota after service.

 

Macoy, Justus, Hudson.  Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, March 19, 1864, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 43.  Mustered April 5, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Died at White Hall Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 6, 1864.

 

Magee, Henry W., Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 28, 1864. Resided in Chicago, Illinois after service.

 

Mallison, John M.See Allison, John

 

Mallory, Stephen H., Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22. Farmer by trade. Resided on his parent’s farm with two siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 28, 1864. Resided in Roland, Michigan after service. Born in New York.

 

Maltz, George Lewis, Detroit.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Ticket agent by trade for Grand Trunk Railroad. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Sergeant September 1, 1861.  Wounded in action at Mechanicsville, Virginia June 26, 1862. Taken prisoner in the field hospital at Savage Station, Virginia. Prisoner at Libby Prison for two months until exchanged. First Sergeant November 1, 1862.  Sergeant Major December 4, 1862.  Commissioned Second Lieutenant, Company E, December 13, 1862.  Mustered December 13, 1862.  Commanding company March and April 1863. Acting Adjutant from July 5, 1863 to December 1863, and   from February 1864 to May 1864.  Wounded in action June 3, 1864.  Discharged to date March 20, 1864, for promotion.  Commissioned First Lieutenant March 21, 1864.  Mustered March 21, 1864.  Mustered out and honorably discharged June 28, 1864, as per amendment of War Department, dated November 30, 1888.  Resided in Alpena, after service. President of Alpena National Bank. Mayor of Alpena, 1874 re-elected 1875 and 1876. State Treasurer of Michigan after war.  Buried Elmwood Cemetery Detroit, Michigan. Born on September 30, 1842 in Brooklyn, New York.

 

Mangus, James, Tecumseh.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 25.  Farm laborer by trade. Resided on farm with six relatives. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Sergeant.  Died of disease at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, December 25, 1862. Born in Michigan.

 

Mann, Chauncey L., LaGrange, Indiana.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, May 16, 1861, at Sturgis, for 3 years, age 22.  Mustered June 20, 1861, at Adrian. Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864.

 

Mann, Harlow S., Livingston County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20. Merchant Clerk by trade.  Resided with parents and sister. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability June 18, 1862.  Very deaf after war. Resided in Saginaw, Michigan after service. Born in Michigan.

 

Maples, Andrew (Veteran), Tecumseh.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Corporal January 1, 1862.  Sergeant July 1, 1862.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  Wounded May 5, 1864, by a gunshot wound right arm.  On detached service with Company B, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Discharged to accept promotion July 20, 1865.  Commissioned First Lieutenant July 1, 1865.  Mustered July 21, 1865.  Mustered out and honorably discharged at San Antonio, Texas, February 26, 1866.  Resided in Harbor Springs, Michigan after war.

 

Marcey, Lyman W., (Veteran), Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 25.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  Wounded slightly in action at Battle of Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 12, 1862.  Wounded in left arm through elbow joint on May 5, 1864 near Spotsylvania Court House, Virginia.  Admitted to Third Division Hospital, Alexandria, Virginia on May 13,1864. and had upper portion of arm amputated on May 19,1864. On detached service with Company G, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Discharged at Washington, D.C., September 21, 1864. Buried Oak Hill Cemetery, Grand Rapids, Michigan.

 

Marks, William Henry (Veteran), Moscow, Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Height 5’8”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair brown.  Farmer by trade. Resided on parent’s farm with nine siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Suffered from a concussion to the head caused by an exploding shell, at Chancellorsville, Virginia, on May 3, 1863. Was treated at Field hospital in Acquia Creek, Virginia on May 5,1863, and then sent to Hospital at Meridian Hill in Washington D.C. Returned to regiment a few days later. Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  On detached service with Company H, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, February 26, 1866. Moved to Council Grove, Kansas in 1872. Died on January 27, 1920 and buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Council Grove, Kansas. Born on March 4, 1841 in Moscow, Michigan.

 

Marsh, William H., Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 29. Blacksmith apprentice and Railroad man by trade. Resided with parents and two siblings.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Deserted or took a French leave with two men of the regiment, C. Harris and Jarvis Smith while passing though Washington, D.C. September 12, 1862.  Returned to regiment January 13, 1864. Restored to duty March 1, 1864, by General order 28, H.Q. 1st Div. 5th Corps, forfeiting all pay while absent and allowances making good time as absent and paying apprehension Ordered of Gen. Barllett. On detached service with Company H, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Admitted to Harper U. S. General Hospital, Detroit, Michigan, September 11, 1865.  Discharged at Detroit, Michigan, September 26, 1865. Buried Hillside Cemetery, St. Clair, Michigan. Born in Livingston, New York.

 

Marshall, David D., Lenawee County.  Entered service in Company G, Fourth Infantry, at organization, as Captain, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 34. Height 5’10”. Complexion light. Eyes brown. Constable by trade. Married with 6 year old daughter. Commissioned to date, June 20, 1861.  Mustered June 20, 1861. In Regimental Hospital, Falls Church, Virginia, typhoid fever. Sent to Hospital at Georgetown, Virginia from October 10, to November 13, 1861. Admitted to same Hospital July 19 to August 10, 1862. Commanding regiment from February 25 to April 1864.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Re-enlisted Captain, Company D, Thirtieth Infantry, at organization, November 28, 1864.  Mustered January 4, 1865.  Mustered out at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1865. Served as U.S. Marshall for Detroit for 17 years after his military service. Died on October 14, 1886, in  Bay City, Michigan. Buried in Brookside Cemetery, Tecumseh, Michigan.  Born on June 2, 1825 in Lakeville, New York.

 

Marshall, George E., Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, September 19, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years.  Mustered September 21, 1861.  Sick and wounded in general hospital and convalescent camp at Alexandria from November 1862 to May 1863. Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  The records of War Department show that George E. Marshall, after his capture at Gettysburg, was admitted to hospital in Richmond, Virginia, October 21, 1863, and under treatment November 1, 1863. Assumed to have died in prison in Richmond, Virginia. Cenotaph at Oak Lawn Cemetery, Stockbridge, Michigan. Born in 1829.

 

Martin, Culwell, Clinton County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 24, 1861, for 3 years. age 32. Laborer by trade. Married, father of four; ages 10, 8, 4 and 2.  Mustered August 31, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Sharpsburg, Maryland, September 1, 1862. Re-enlisted in company M, Michigan Engineers and Mechanics, August 31, 1863, at North Star for 3 years. Mustered September 17, 1863. Corporal July 1864. Mustered out at Nashville, Tennessee September 22, 1865. Buried Maple Hill Cemetery, Elmira, Michigan. Born in Ohio.

 

Martin, James (Veteran), Wayne County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 26.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Transferred to Brodhead’s Cavalry, December 10, 1861. Re-enlisted at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, February 25, 1862.  Discharged, Washington, D.C., November 10, 1862, by reason of enlistment in Second U.S. Cavalry.

 

Martin, Richard, Montreal, Canada West.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, January 27, 1862. Resided in San Francisco, California after war.

 

Marvin, Charles N., Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, as Ordnance First Sergeant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22. Merchant by trade. Resided with parents and five siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Commissioned Second Lieutenant September 1, 1861. Commissioned First Lieutenant, Company F, June 27, 1862.  Commissioned Captain, November 26, 1862.  Resigned and honorably discharged January 29, 1863. Resided in Buffalo, New York after service. Born in Michigan.

 

Mason, Miles T., Wayne County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Fort Woodbury suffered from rheumatism. Ruptured himself on the march to Malvern Hill. Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Resided in Newport, Kentucky after service.

 

Mathews, William,  Franklin.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18. Resided on his father farm with three siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861. Died at Georgetown Hospital August 16, 1861. Born in New York.

 

Mead, LeRoy, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 30. Height 6’1½”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Butcher and farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Sergeant January 1, 1862.  Commissioned Second Lieutenant February 12, 1863.  Mustered February 12, 1863. April 5, 1863 applied for a 10 day leave of absence to go to New York having moved to Michigan in 1860. “To see my mother who is now in very poor heath. My father had died since I entered the service.” While in New York  “He was presented by his friends in New York with a handsome sword and sash.”  Living on his father’s farm. Wounded in action (shot in shoulder) May 5, 1864.  Commanding Company K, from May 1, 1864.  Rejoined the Regiment on June 21, 1864, at City Point, Virginia, as they were shipped home. Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Married in 1867. Resided in Macon Township after war. Died March 21, 1883 in Macon, Michigan. Born in West Salem, Westchester County, New York. 

 

Meech, Frederick W., Steuben, Indiana.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Sergeant November 1, 1861.  Killed in action at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862.

 

Meek, David, Northwest, Ohio.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24. Farm laborer by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  Wounded and in general hospital December 1862.  On detached service with Company B, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Mustered out at Detroit, Michigan, to date February 26, 1866. Born in Ohio.

 

Melville, William Harry, St. Joseph County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Resided on parents’ farm with eight siblings.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Corporal. Sergeant.  Transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps March 17, 1864. Buried Melville-Brown Cemetery, Winfield, Kansas. Born New York.

 

Merrified, Marc A., Tekonsha.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Warrenton, Virginia, November 18, 1862.  Resided Union City, Michigan after service. Died in 1909. Buried Riverside Cemetery, Union City, Michigan. Born in 1840.

 

Merritt, Billings B., Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, as 3rd Sergeant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Sharpsburg, Maryland, October 27, 1862.

 

Metty, Eli, Frenchtown. Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 24, 1861, at Fort Wayne Detroit, Michigan, for 3 years, age 26. Height 5’9½”. Complexion dark. Eyes dark. Hair dark brown.  Farmer by trade. Single father of four; ages 19, 16, 8 and 6. Mustered June 24, 1861, Fort Wayne, Detroit, Michigan.  Discharged by Surgeon Certificate for disability March 8, 1862. Born in Michigan.

 

Miliken, John, Raisin. Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18. Height 5’8”. Complexion dark. Eyes gray. Hair light. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Deserted at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 15, 1862. Re-enlisted in Regular Cavalry service. Born in Ohio.

 

Millard, Melancthon, Adrian.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, February 24, 1862.  Mustered February 24, 1862.  Age 17. Height 5’10½”.  Eyes brown. Complexion dark.   Law student at time of enlistment. Resided with parents and three siblings. Promoted Second Lieutenant, Company B.  Resigned; reason listed “Dissatisfaction among officer of Regt.” October 23, 1862.  Enlisted in Company D, New Fourth Infantry, September 3, 1864, at Adrian, for 3 years age 20.  Mustered September 16, 1864. Sergeant October 13, 1864.  Transferred to Company E, October 14, 1864.  Commissioned Second Lieutenant, Company D, November, 21, 1864.  Mustered December 24, 1864.  Commissioned First Lieutenant, Company I, October 24, 1865.  Mustered out and honorably discharged February 11, 1866.. His father was an Attorney of law which is why he received his commission. Had tattoos on both arms. Resided in Cleveland, Ohio after service. Lawyer by trade after war. Born in Michigan.

 

Millins, Cyrus, Medina.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 25.  Farmer by trade. Resided on parent’s farm with four siblings. Brother of George. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Corporal July 1, 1862. Discharged for disability April 11, 1863. Suffered from hemorrhoids during and after war. Resided in Ogden, Michigan after service. Buried Palmyra Cemetery, Palmyra, Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Millins, George W., Medina.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Farmer by trade. Brother of Cyrus. Mustered June 20, 1861.  5th Corporal. Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863. Confined at Richmond, Virginia, July 21, 1863.  Sent to Andersonville, Georgia, while en route, admitted to hospital Augusta, Georgia.  Died February 28, 1864. Buried Marietta National Cemetery, Georgia. Born in New York.

 

Miller, Brazilla S.Hillsdale. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 10, 1864, at Hillsdale, for 3 years, age 16.  Mustered March 3, 1864. On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, by order, June 6, 1865.  Discharged at Harper Hospital, Detroit, Michigan, August 29, 1865. Born in Michigan.

 

Miller, Frank, Reading.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Farm laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861 Musician. Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 28, 1864. Born in Switzerland.

 

Miller, Ira G.Hillsdale. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 10, 1864, at Hillsdale, for 3 years, age 21. Farm laborer by trade. Mustered March 3, 1864. Second Corporal April 5, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Discharged at Wilmington, Delaware, at Tilton General Hospital, February 6, 1865, on account of wounds received in action. Resided in Fulton, Michigan after service.

 

Miller, John, Montreal, Canada.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, March 3, 1863, at Warren, for 3 years, age 30.  Height 5’5”. Complexion dark. Eyes dark. Hair brown. Farmer by trade. Married with four young children. Substitute for Christopher Rothy. Drafted from Warren, Macomb County, March 3, 1863. One of the new recruits brought from Detroit, Michigan, to the regiment with newly commissioned Colonel Jeffords, in March, 1863. Deserted en route from Detroit, Michigan to Washington, D.C.  Born in England.

 

Miller, John Milton, Gibraltar.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861 at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Mustered June 20, 1861.Wounded at Gaines’ Mill, June 26, 1862, shot in right leg. Amputations of the lower third, right flap, Fortress Monroe, Virginia on July 7, 1862. Died July 19, 1862, at Satterlee Hospital, West Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, of wounds received in action. Buried Gibraltar Cemetery, Gibraltar, Michigan. Born on May 3, 1838.

 

Miller, Michael, Litchfield. Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Height 5’8”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair dark.  Farmer by trade. Resided on parent’s farm with nine siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability described as Phthisis Pulmomatis (disease of the lungs) at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, November 23, 1861. Resided in Litchfield, Michigan after service. Born in Pennsylvania.

 

Miller, Riley, Macon. Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, February 27, 1862, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Farm Laborer by trade. Married. Mustered February 27, 1862. Transferred to Invalid Corps March 1864.  Corporal, Company B, Twenty-fourth Veteran Reserve Corps.  Discharged for disability at Washington, D.C., February 27, 1865. Resided in Tecumseh, Michigan after war. Buried Ridgeway Township Cemetery, Ridgeway, Michigan. Born in Michigan.

 

Millions, John, Jonesville.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Height 5’4”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, July 27, 1862. Born in Fremont, Ohio.

 

Mills, Almyron, Greenfield, LaGrange, Indiana.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Farm laborer by trade. Had three siblings. Brother of Charles. Detail to extra duty at Georgetown Hospital to take care of brother December 1861. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Sergeant.  Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, July 2, 1863.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service, July 29, 1864. Born in Illinois.

 

Mills, Charles, Johnson Township, LaGrange, Indiana. Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 15. Resided on parents’ farm with two siblings. Sick in Hospital Georgetown, December, 1861.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Corporal. Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Returned to regiment October 30, 1863.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 29, 1864.  Brother of Almyron.  Born in New York.

 

Miner, Austin D., Hudson.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20. Height 5’8”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown.  Farmer by trade. Half brother of Irvin. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action Malvern Hill July 1, 1862 shot in side.  Corporal. Killed in action at Chancellorsville, Virginia, May 14, 1863. Buried Greenwood, Cemetery, Pittsford, Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Miner, Irvin S., Locus Corners.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22. Height 5’5½”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Farmer by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Captured on June 27,1862 at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia and exchanged on August 6, 1862. After returning to his company, he was severely wounded and again taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863 as Sergeant. Held at Belle Island, & Libby Richmond, Virginia. Returned to regiment at Annapolis, Maryland, December 10, 1863. Transferred to Invalid Corps by G. O. No. 365, War Department, December 23, 1863. Reenlisted and mustered in Co. B of the re-organized Fourth Michigan Infantry as First Sergeant on August 29, 1864 at Hudson, Michigan, for three years. Age 26. Commissioned Second Lieut. February 9, 1865, and then First Lieut. August 8, 1865.  Mustered out and honorably discharged at Houston, Texas May 26, 1866. Resided in Reed City, Michigan after war. A farmer by trade, he later held the job of Township Clerk and librarian. Died in Reed City, Michigan on January 30, 1917 and buried in Maple Grove Cemetery, Hudson, Michigan. Half-brother of Austin and of Orlando (Re-Org. Fourth). Buried in Maple Grove Cemetery, Hudson Michigan. Born New York.

 

Miner, John C., Manchester.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20,  1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 25.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Missing in action at Malvern, July 1, 1862.  Died in Ascension Hospital, Washington, D.C., of wounds received at Malvern Hill, July 1, 1862. Buried Military Asylum Cemetery, Washington, D.C. July 23, 1862.

 

Miner, John, Attica.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, April 3, 1863, at Attica, for 3 years.  Substitute for Genius Spencer, drafted from Metamora, Lapeer County, February 10, 1863.  Joined regiment April 19, 1863. Discharged for disability at Washington, D.C., August 17, 1863.

 

Mitchell, Luther EEnlisted in unassigned, Fourth Infantry, February 27, 1864, at Medina, for 3 years, age 21. Mustered March 1, 1864.  Not on returns or muster-out roll.

 

Mochmer, AdamEnlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, February 13, 1864, for 3 years, age 42. Height 5’10”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Mustered February 13, 1864. Received a $60 bounty at enlistment. On detached service with Company C, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred from Filbert St. Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to Turner’s Lane Hospital, October 13, 1864.  Returned to duty November 3, 1864. Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Transferred to Company K, February 15, 1866.  Absent sick in hospital at Washington, D.C.  No discharge furnished.  Born in Ohio.

 

Mohorter, Charles, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action and taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863, shot in hand. Admitted Satterlee Hospital July 5, 1863.  Transferred to Invalid Corps at  Washington, D.C., per G. O. No. 24, January 15, 1864.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service June 30, 1864.

 

Monroe, Calvin, Saline.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862.

 

Monteith, George, Adrian.  Entered service with Company G, Fourth Infantry, as First Lieutenant, at organization, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  School teacher by trade. Commissioned to date May 16, 1861.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Resigned September 28, 1862, to accept appointment as Aide de Camp on staff of General Porter.  Commissioned Captain, Company E, February 1, 1863.  Mustered April 9, 1863.  Acting Assistant Adjutant General, Second Brigade, First Division, Fifth Army Corps, from June 7, 1863 to May 1864.  Commissioned Captain and Assistant Adjutant General U. S. Volunteers, April 20, 1864.  Resigned and honorably discharged January 1, 1865. Resided in Cincinnati, Ohio after service. Died on November 13, 1904 in Cincinnati, Ohio. Born on November 4, 1839 in Elyria, Ohio.

 

Montonye, Sidney B. (Veteran), Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  On duty in hospital from July 1862 to April 1863.  On detached service with Company G, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, February 26, 1866. Died in 1874. Buried Rice Cemetery, Milan, Michigan. Born in 1839.

 

Moody, Robert, Wyandotte.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Died July 15, 1863, of wounds shot in back received in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863. Michigan Plot, E-#16 Gettysburg Cemetery, Pennsylvania.

 

Mooney, John, Canada West.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Deserted at Fairfax Court House, Virginia, July 21, 1861.

 

Moore, John R., Hudson. Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, August 26, 1862, at Detroit, for 3 years. Mustered August 30, 1862. Age 35. Height 5’11”. Complexion fair. Eyes blue. Hair brown. Shoemaker by trade. Married with four children: ages 10, 8 , 4 and 1. Enlisted for the bounty. Killed in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863, shot through the breast, killed on the spot. Born in New York.

 

Morehouse, Henry L., Litchfield.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Height 6’. Complexion dark. Eyes gray. Hair dark. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862. Born in Jackson County, Michigan.

 

Morehouse, William M., Pittsford.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Height 5’1”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability January 31, 1863 at Fortress Monroe, Virginia.  Resided in Pittsford, Michigan after war. Suffered from chronic diarrhea after service. Resided in Concord, Michigan after service. Died 1916. Buried Greenwood Cemetery, Pittsford, Michigan. Born in Steuben, New York.

 

Morgan, Moses (Veteran), Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, May 16, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 47.  Farmer by trade. Father of eight.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Re-enlisted as Corporal December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  Wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863, gun shot wound right leg. On detached service with Company G, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Wounded in action near Petersburg, Virginia, August, 1864.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Discharged on Surgeon’s certificate of disability at Detroit, Michigan, February 9, 1866.  After the war, resided in Newaygo, Michigan. Buried Azalea Cemetery, Azalea, Michigan. Born in Connecticut.

 

Morhut, Michael, Coldwater.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, September 19, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years.  Mustered September 21, 1861.  Discharged for disability February 20, 1863.  Died of disease March 5, 1863.  Buried Military Asylum Cemetery, Washington, D.C.

 

Morse, Birdsey H., Jackson County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Farm laborer by trade. Resided on parents’ farm with six siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged at Sharpsburg, Maryland, by G. O. No. 154, October 25, 1862. Born in Michigan.

 

Morse, Sanford, Pleasant, Indiana.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22. Farmer by trade. Resided on family farm with parents and five siblings.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  Wounded in action and taken prisoner at Malvern Hill, Virginia, June 27, 1862.  Returned to regiment August 20, 1862.  On detached service with Company B, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, February 26, 1866. Born in New York.

 

Morsman, Albert, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, September 19, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 17. Resided on his parent’s farm with seven siblings.  Mustered September 19, 1861.  On duty in hospital from July 1862 to April 1864.  On detached service with Company G, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Discharged at expiration of term of service at Weldon R.R., Virginia, September 1, 1864.  Resided in Tipton, Michigan after service. Suffered from rheumatism after war. Buried Brookside Cemetery Tecumseh, Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Mosher, Abraham, White Lake.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 27. Height 5’7½”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Farm laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Captured at Malvern Hill Virginia, July 1, 1862.  Discharged for disability at Detroit, Michigan, July 1862 by order of Lt. Co. Smith. Resided on parents’ farm with ten siblings. Brother of Nathaniel. Suffered fro varicose veins after war. Resided in Gladwin and Montrose, Michigan after service. Died 1916. Buried in Oakwood Fenton Cemetery, Genesee County Michigan. Born in Columbia, New York.

 

Mosher, Nathaniel (Veteran), Highland.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 27. Height 5’8”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Farm laborer by trade. Resided on parents’ farm with ten siblings. Brother of Abraham.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action December 1862.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  On detached service with Company H, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, February 26, 1866.  Died 1900 Elmwood New Lothrop, Shiawassee County Michigan. Buried Elmwood Shiawassee County, Michigan. Born in Niagara, New York.

 

Mosier, IsaacMonroe County.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, May 16, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 49 (though he enlisted as only 40 years of age).  Mustered June 20, 1861. Laborer by trade. Discharged for disability December 18, 1861. Died in 1887. Born in Orange County, New Jersey.

 

Mosier, Aaron, Raisinville. Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Mustered June 20,1861. Wounded by gunshot in left shoulder and back while in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1,1862. Died in General Hospital , David's Island, New York on August 2, 1862. Buried in Cypress Hills National Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York, Grave No. 302.  Born in New Jersey.

 

Moses, Norris, St. Joseph. Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years. age 27. Rail Road Conductor by trade. Married with 5 year old daughter. Court marshaled for desertion in the face of the enemy at Raymond, Maryland October 1, 1863 Mine Run, Campaign. Sent to prison hard labor for rest of his enlistment. Born in Canada.

 

Mott, CharlesEnlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20. Height 5’8”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown. Farmer by trade.  Resided on parents’ farm with three sibling. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action July 1, 1862, shot in shoulder.  Died July 17, 1862, in hospital at Washington, D.C., of wounds received in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862, Buried Military Asylum Cemetery, Washington, D.C.

 

Mott, Sylvanus, Jr., Gibraltar.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Died of disease on steamer from Harrison’s Landing to New York, July 1862.  Buried in National Cemetery at Brooklyn, New York.  Grave No. 186.

 

Mowry, Granville G., Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Clerk by trade. Resided with his parents and younger siblings.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Sergeant July 1, 1862.  Quartermaster Sergeant July 22, 1862.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 28, 1864. Resided in Detroit, Michigan after service. Born in Michigan.

 

Mulloy, James, Livingston County.  Entered service in Company K, Fourth Infantry, as Second Lieutenant, at organization, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 40.  House painter by trade. Married; father of five. Commissioned to date May 16, 1861.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Resigned and honorably discharged at Meridian Hill, July 29, 1861.  Born in Ireland.

 

Munger, Thomas J., Coldwater.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862.

 

Murdock, Ira, Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24. Height 5’7½”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair dark. Hunter & Trapper by trade. Resided on parents’ farm with four siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability, chronic diarrhea & lame back. at Washington, D.C., July 29, 1861. Resided in Eaton Rapids, Michigan after service. Born in Tecumseh, Michigan.

 

Murphy, Edward H., Washtenaw County. Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Died of disease at Adrian, July 1, 1861 inflammation of the lungs. Buried Potterfield at Oakwood Cemetery, Adrian, Michigan.

 

Murphy, James H. (Veteran), Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22. Height 5’7”. Complexion light. Eyes hazel. Hair dark. Laborer by trade.   Mustered June 20, 1861. August 31, 1861 sick in Union Hospital Georgetown, Virginia, for acute rheumatism. Shot Lewis Ritter in the hip while drunk and on guard duty. April 1, 1863, in McKins Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland for 3 months fractured hip.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863, at Ann Arbor.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  On detached service with Company E, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 6, 1865.  Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, February 23, 1866. Resided in the Old Soldiers Home, Grand Rapids, Michigan 1887.  Born in Michigan.    

 

Murphy, William H., Wyandotte.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Height 5’7”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Died at Malvern, Virginia, July 1, 1862.  Born in Canada.

 

Murry, Charles, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Not mustered.  No further record.

 

Myer, GeorgeLenawee County.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 25.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Alexandria, Virginia, February 6, 1863, of listed as slight wounds received in action at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 13, 1862.

 

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Nash, Orlando, Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Height 5’9½”. Complexion light. Eyes hazel. Hair dark. Farm laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability gun shot wound at camp January 2, 1863. Resided in Hillsdale, Michigan after service. Died in 1927 in Hillsdale. Buried Oak Grove Cemetery, Hillsdale, Michigan. Born in Milan, Ohio.

 

Navarre, Alexander Toussaint, Frenchtown. Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24. Resided on parents’ farm with seven siblings.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded slightly in action at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 12 and 13, 1862.  Transferred to Invalid Corps, November 15, 1863, per G. O. No. 365, War Department. Enlisted in Seventh Infantry as Quartermaster Sergeant. January 22, at Exeter, for 3 years. Mustered February 2, 1864. Commissioned First Lieutenant and Adjutant November 4, 1864. Mustered February 1, 1865. Mustered out at Jeffersonville, Indiana, July 5, 1865. Died on January 24,1916 and buried in St Joseph’s Cemetery, Monroe, Michigan. Born on March 8, 1844 in Michigan.

 

Navarre, Isaac, Monroe City.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862, ball through left side.

 

Neal, John D., Scipio. Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 17. Farm laborer by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Georgetown, April 22, 1862. Born in Michigan.

 

Nelson, Frank B., Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22. Carpenter by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded severely in action at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 12 and 13, 1862.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Suffered from rheumatism after war. Resided in Monroe, Michigan after  service. Died in 1920 and  buried in Woodland Cemetery, Monroe, Michigan.  Born in New York.

 

Newell, William E., Jefferson.  Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 8, 1864, at Jefferson, for 3 years, age 25.  Farm laborer by trade. Resided with parents on farm with seven siblings. Mustered March 3, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, by order, June 6, 1865.  Sergeant.  Mustered out at Houston, Texas, May 26, 1866. Resided in Lansing, Michigan after service. Born in New York.

 

Newman, Charles, Jefferson. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 15, 1864, at Jefferson, for 3 years, age 34.  Mustered March 3, 1864. On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Wounded in action September 30, 1864, shot in right leg. Admitted to Harper Hospital, Detroit, March 13, 1865.  Discharged at Detroit, Michigan, May 25, 1865. Resided in Adam, Michigan after service.

 

Newton, Henry W., Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at Chancellorsville, Virginia, May 3, 1863. Son of Thomas. Buried National Cemetery, Fredericksburg, Virginia.

 

Newton, Thomas W. (Veteran), Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 43. Father of Henry  Mustered June 20, 1861. Re-enlisted December 29, 1863, at Ann Arbor.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  On detached service with Company E, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia. Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865, by order, June 6, 1865.  Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, February 23, 1866.

 

Nichols, Charles E., Jefferson.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, February 11, 1864, at Jefferson, for 3 years, age 18.  Height 5’6”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown. Farmer by trade.  Resided with parents and two siblings on farm.  Mustered February 13, 1864. January 31, 1865 in hospital for measles. Wounded April 1, 1865 by shell, South Side Railroad. On detached service with Company I, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia. Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Discharged at Washington, D.C., June 15, 1865. Suffered from piles after war. Resided in Hillsdale, Michigan after service. Died at Soldiers Home, Grand Rapids, February 14, 1916. Buried North Lawn Cemetery, North Adam, Michigan. Born in Michigan.

 

Nichols, Henry A., Winfield Lake, Indiana. Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, as Musician (drummer), June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 36.  Farmer by trade. Married; father of two children ages 7 and 5. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  On detached service with Company A, First Infantry, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company I, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865. Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, February 23, 1866. Resided in Angola, Indiana, after service. Born in Connecticut.

 

Nichols, James, Wayne County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864.  Died October 4, 1894.

 

Noble, Edgar J.,(Veteran) Flint.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Height 5’11”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Sergeant July 1, 1862.  Wounded in action August, 1863.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  Wounded May 5, 1864.  On detached service with Company K, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company I, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Discharged on Surgeon’s certificate of disability at Washington, D.C., August 20, 1865. Stated that he was wounded three times during war. Resided in Howell, Michigan after service.  Died in December 11,1924 and buried in Lakeview Cemetery, Howell, Michigan. Born in 1839 in New York.

 

Nobles, Enos S. (Veteran).  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Height 5’9”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair dark. Farmer by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  Corporal February 1, 1863.  On detached service with Company H, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Sergeant July 1, 1865.  First Sergeant September 1, 1865.  Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, February 26, 1866. Resided in North Adams, Michigan after service. Born in Lenawee County, Michigan.

 

Nolan, Thomas (Veteran), Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Height 5’7”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown. Sailor by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Transferred to gunboat service February 27, 1862. Re-enlisted December 29, 1863. On detached service with Company A, First Infantry, by order July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Failed to report from veteran furlough. Born in New York.

 

North, John W., Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864.

 

North, William P., Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Missing in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862.  Died in Washington, D.C. of wounds received in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862.

 

Northrup, Clarence L., Hillsdale County. Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, March 18, 1862, at Adrian, for 3 years.  Mustered March 28, 1862.  In hospital fall of 1862, returned to regiment October 3, 1862. Wounded in action, shot in leg, May 10, 1864.  On detached service with Company K, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Discharged at expiration of term of service n the field, March 18, 1865. Suffered from varicose veins and rheumatism. Resided in Ovid, Michigan after service.

 

Null, Henry, Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at New York, November 24, 1862.

 

Nutton, Byron F., Moscow.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Farmer by trade. Resided on farm with parents and four siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability rheumatism at Union Hill, November 21, 1861. Resided in Jefferson City, Montana after service. Suffered from rheumatism. Buried Soldiers Home Cemetery, Hot Springs, South Dakota. Born in Yates, New York.

 

Nye, Simons S., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, September 10, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 18. Height 5’5”. Complexion dark. Eyes dark. Hair dark. Photographer by trade. Mustered September 10, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Fort Monroe, November 23, 1862. Buried in a Cemetery two miles outside of Hudson, Michigan. In business as S. S. Nye and Brother Photographers Hudson, Michigan. Buried in Goodrich (Lane) Cemetery, Pittsford Township, Michigan.  Born in Michigan.

 

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O’Brien, Michael, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864.

 

Oliver John Morrison, Monroe. Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861. Druggist by trade.  Married; father of four ages 10, 7, 3, and 2. As 1st Lt. promoted Captain September 25, 1861. Promoted Colonel of the Fifteenth Michigan Infantry, January 15, 1862. Won commendation from Gen. McCook for conspicuous bravery and efficient service e at Battle of Shiloh, Tennessee April 6 and 7, 1862. Brig. Gen. U.S. Vol.’s January 12, 1865 Bvt. Maj. Gen. U. S. Vol.’s March 13, 1865, for faithful and efficient service during the war. Mustered out August 24, 1865, and honorably discharged. Educated St. John’s College New YorkAfter service Practiced law in Little Rock, Arkansas. Assessor Internal Revenue and appointed by President Grant superintendent of Postal Service Southwest. Died March 30, 1872 in Washington, D.C. Buried Lakeview Cemetery, Pennsylvania, New York. Born on September 6, 1827 in Penn Yan, New York.

 

Olmstead, Edwin (Veteran), Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, May 16, 1861, for 3 years, age --.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Sergeant  and wounded slightly at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 1862. Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  On detached service with Company G, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Discharged on account of disability at San Antonio, Texas, January 15, 1866. Resided in Wellsville, Michigan after service.

 

Olmstead, Lewis E., Tecumseh.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24.  Molder by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Corporal.  Sergeant.  Wounded in action at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 12, 1862.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Resided in Mentor, Michigan after service. Buried Forest Lawn Cemetery, Dexter, Michigan. Born in Connecticut.

 

Olney, George W., Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Carpenter apprentice by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863. Died at Andersonville, Georgia, June 20, 1864 of diarrhea. Grave number 2267. Born in Michigan.

 

Olson, Martin, Monroe County. Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 26. Mustered June 20, 1861. Corporal Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863. Died in Richmond, October 27, 1863. Buried National Cemetery, Belle Isle, Richmond, Virginia.

 

O’Neill, John, Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 30.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service June 29, 1864.

 

Osborn, George, See Van Dawarca, George

 

Osborne, Horace, Hudson.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, September 16, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 17.  Mustered September 16, 1861.  Died of disease at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, December 1861. Buried Military Asylum Cemetery, Washington, D.C., December 31, 1861.

 

Osborn, Lyman. Drafted  in Company H, Fourth Infantry, February 11, 1863 for 9 months at Allen, Michigan. Age 28. Trade Blacksmith. One of the new recruits brought from Detroit, Michigan, to the regiment with newly commissioned Colonel Jeffords, in March, 1863. Transferred to G, 9th Regiment 33rd Company 2nd  battalion Veteran Reserve Corps. Discharge at expiration term of service. December 12, 1863. Resided in Ross, Lake County, Ind. after Service. Died December 3, 1916.  Born Ohio.

 

Ostrander, James H., Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Height 5’8”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair brown. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability tuberculosis at Fort Woodbury, September 6, 1861. Born in Chemung, New York.

 

Owen, Andrew, Steuben, Indiana.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Missing in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Buried Oak Hill Cemetery, Shiawassee, Michigan

 

Owen, George W. (Veteran), Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Painter by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded in action slight left thigh during Seven Days’ Battles of 1862. Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  Received a gun wound to the head and groin. On detached service with Company A, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, February 26, 1866. Worked for many years at the Detroit Tribune as a Foreman. He started the Owosso Daily American Newspaper. In later years, operated a printing establishment in Norfolk, Virginia. Died on February 1915 and buried in Oak Hill Cemetery, Owosso, Michigan. Born in Michigan.

 

Owen, Martin Wesly (Veteran), Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24. Height 5’6”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light.  Farmer and day laborer at a harness shop by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  Wounded and in hospital June 1863.  On detached service with Company C, First Infantry, by order July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, February 26, 1866. Suffered from chronic diarrhea after war. Resided in Hudson, Michigan after war. Buried in Rollin Center Cemetery in Rollin Township, Michigan. Born in New York.

 

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Page, Charles W.Jefferson. Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, February 9, 1864, at Jefferson, for 3 years, age 18. Height 5’4”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair black. Farmer by trade. Resided on family farm with parents and younger brother.  Mustered February 9, 1864. Received $60 bounty at enlistment. On detached service with Company C, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Missing in action at Hatcher’s Run, Virginia, February 6, 1865.  No further record. Born in Michigan.

 

Page, Erastus W., Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18. Height 5’1”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair light. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability chronic bronchitis at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, January 16, 1862. Born in Clyde, New York.

 

Palmer, William H. (Veteran), Ridgeway, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, Jun 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24. Height 6’1”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light.  Farmer by trade. Resided on parents’ farm with four younger siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  Killed in action at Petersburg, Virginia, June 19, 1864; shot in the head. Was in every action of the regiment. Born in Pennsylvania.

 

Parker, George, Frankfort, Canada.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, March 3, 1863, at Richfield for 3 years, age 22.  Residing on his parents’ farm with younger sister. Substitute for William Clemens, age 18. Drafted at Richfield for 9 months, February 10, 1863.  One of the new recruits brought from Detroit, Michigan, to the regiment with newly commissioned Colonel Jeffords, in March, 1863. Deserted on route from Detroit, Michigan to Washington, D.C.

 

Parker, Horatio B., Litchfield.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Height 5’5”. Complexion light. Eyes hazel. Hair black. Farm laborer by trade.  Resided on parents’ farm with three siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Died of disease, typhoid fever, at Harrison’s Landing, Virginia, August 4, 1862. Born in Courtland, New York.

 

Parker, Philo C., Burr Oak.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, June 27, 1862.

 

Parker, Samuel S., Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 41. Height 5’10”. Complexion dark. Eyes hazel. Hair black. Merchant and Lawyer by trade. Married with two sons. Father of Senter and Sewell.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability dyspepsia and symptoms of a broken constitution at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, January 6, 1862. Born in Monroe, Michigan.

 

Parker, Senter S. (Veteran), Monroe.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, as Sergeant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22. Height 5’7 ½”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair dark. Clerk by trade working in father’s store. Father and brother in the Fourth. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Regimental Commissary Sergeant, September 1, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  On detached service with Company H, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Commissioned Second Lieutenant, Company B, Fourth Infantry, July 26, 1864.  Mustered October 14, 1864.  Resigned January 31, 1865.  Born in Monroe, Michigan

 

Parker, Sewell S., Monroe.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20.  Clerk by trade working in father’s store. Father and brother in the Fourth. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged to accept promotion September 11, 1862.  Commissioned Second Lieutenant, Company A, Twenty-sixth Infantry, September 1, 1862.  Commissioned First Lieutenant March 13, 1863.  Mustered March 18, 1863.  Commissioned Captain October. 12, 1863.  Mustered November 22, 1863.  Discharged to accept promotion as Major Fourth Infantry, October 13, 1864.  Commissioned to date July 26, 1864.  Mustered October 14, 1864.  Commanding regiment September and December 1865.  Brought up on charges incompetence, on March 3, 1865.  Mustered out at Houston, Texas, May 26, 1866. Resided in Toledo, Ohio after service. Born in Michigan.

 

Parkhurst, Abel, Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 34.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Sharpsburg, Maryland, September 30, 1862.

 

Parkhurst, James A., Tecumseh. Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry as Wagoner, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 32. Height 5’8”. Complexion dark. Eyes blue. Hair brown. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Detached to Corps Headquarter as Wagoner. Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 29, 1864.  Born in New York.

 

Parks, Orson L., Adams.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 28. Height 5’7”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair light. Carpenter by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Shot in arm June 26, 1862 at Mechanicville, Virginia. Discharged for disability at Ft. McHenry, Virginia, November 12, 1862. Born in Burton, Ohio.

 

Parmalee, Nobel S., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20. Height 5’6”. Complexion dark. Eyes black. Hair black. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 29, 1864. Suffered from disease of the eyes after war. Resided in Duplain, Michigan after service. Born in New York.

 

Parmelee, Ezeriah, Coldwater.  Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, March 27, 1864, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 35.  Mustered April 5, 1864.  Sergeant April 5, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, at Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, by order, June 6, 1865.  Sick October 10, 1864.  Paralyzed on his right side. Resided in Morenci, Michigan after service. Died January 29, 1897. Buried in Hudson, Michigan.

 

Parsons, Alexus B., St. Joseph County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 43.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Died of disease at Georgetown, July 7, 1861.

 

Parsons, Charles BEntered service in Company E, Fourth Infantry, at organization as Second Lieutenant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 26.  Commissioned to date May 16, 1861.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Commissioned First Lieutenant September 1, 1861.  Commissioned Captain July 1, 1862.  Resigned and honorably discharged for disability March 4, 1863. Resided in Bonne Terre, Missouri after service.

 

Parsons, Oliver S., Ann Arbor.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, August 12 1862, at Ann Arbor, for 3 years, age 23. Farm laborer by trade. Mustered August 12, 1862.  Joined regiment November 10, 1862. Wounded in action, shot in hand, May 5, 1864. On detached service with Company E, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia. Transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps, November 16, 1864, near Petersburg, Virginia.  Discharged from Company F, Eighteenth Veteran Reserve Corps, Washington, D.C., June 27, 1865. Born in Michigan.

 

Partridge, Larned (Veteran), Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Height 5’11”. Complexion dark. Eyes black. Hair black. Had five younger siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Re-enlisted February 13, 1864.  Mustered February 20, 1864.  Wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863, shot in leg. Wounded in shoulder at Spotsylvania Court House, May 13, 1864, shot in right shoulder, which would draw his head over to one sided for the rest of his life. Committed suicide in 1866 because of pain of his wound. He stated many times that he did not want to live because of the pain. On detached service with Company B, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, February 26, 1866. Born in Michigan.

 

Patrick, Alexander Lawson, Detroit.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24. Bugler. Mustered June 20, 1861. Regimental mail carrier. Received a shell wound in the right leg at Fredericksburg, Virginia in December of 1862. Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864.  Died on March 26, 1900. Buried Elmwood Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan. Born on September 7, 1836 in Scotland.

 

Patrick, George, Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Ft. Woodbury, September 10, 1861.  Died December 29, 1899. Buried White Oak Cemetery, Ingham County, Michigan.

 

Paul, George D., Frenchtown. Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 30. Height 5’6”. Cooper by trade. While “going on a spree” in Buffalo, New York in 1853. Enlisted in the Third U.S. Artillery, Battery I. Deserted April 18, 1854.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Corporal September 25, 1861. Wounded at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862, shot through the body. Sergeant, September 13, 1862.  Wounded and taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863, gunshot wound to the right side causing paralysis of the lower extremity. In Hospital at St. Elizabeth, D.C. from wound for one month. Captured at Gettysburg, July 2, 1863. Held at Libby, Belle Isle, Andersonville, Savannah and Milan Prison for about 18 months. Released on parole November 20, 1864.  Discharged at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, January 16, 1865. Brother served in an Ohio regiment. Resided in Monroe, Michigan after war. City Clerk in Monroe for two years 1882 -1883. Died September 21, 1916. Buried in Woodland Cemetery, Monroe, Michigan. Born on September 23, 1823 in Huntley, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. 

 

Paulding, Cornelius, Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, as Sergeant (color bearer), June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20. Clerk in father’s store. Resided with parents and brothers. Willis was his brother.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Color Sergeant.  Died of disease (typhoid fever ) in regimental hospital, Washington D.C., August 12, 1861. Buried in Woodland Cemetery, Monroe, Michigan. Born on March 7,1841 in Michigan.

 

Paulding, Willis G., Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Clerk in father’s store. Resided with parents and brothers. Brother to Cornelius. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged  for disability at Union Hill, February 27, 1862.  Died  at home in Monroe, Michigan on May 27, 1864. Buried in Woodland Cemetery, Monroe, Michigan. Born on February 15,1839 in Michigan.

 

Pease, Constantine, Burr Oak. Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, as 5th Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20.  Farm hand by trade. Resided with parents and six siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded and taken prisoner Seven Days’ Campaign, June 1862. Paroled at Turkey Island, Virginia, July 13, 1862. Sent to the hospital. Fort Hamilton, New York then to Annapolis, Maryland. Straggling April 29, 1863. Wounded July 2, 1863, shot in left hip. Taken to field hospital on July 7, 1863. Transferred to Camp Letterman General Hospital, July 24, 1863. Died August 7, 1863, from wounds received in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Buried Michigan Plot, B-#23 Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Father was a Baptism Minister. Born in New York.

 

Pease, Washington, Jefferson.  Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 15, 1864, at Hillsdale, for 3 years, age 19. Farm laborer by trade. Mustered March 3, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, at Petersburg, Virginia.  Died of disease in First Division, Fifth Army Corps Hospital, May 25, 1865. Born in New York.

 

Pence, William H. (Veteran), Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 30.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  On detached service with Company A, First Infantry, per order, July 2, 1864, at Petersburg, Virginia. Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, by order, June 6, 1865.  Discharged for disability at San Antonio, Texas, January 15, 1866. Had a sibling in Eleventh Michigan Infantry. Buried London Cemetery, Milan, Michigan.

 

Pendelton, James H., Litchfield.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18. Height 5’5”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light.  Carpenter by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded slightly in action at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 12, 1862.  Killed in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863. Buried Michigan Plot, A-#17 Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Born in Michigan.

 

Pennock, Alonzo, Tecumseh. Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, February 11, 1862, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18.  Day laborer by trade. Brother of Martin. Mustered February 11, 1862. Wounded in action (shot in head)May 8, 1864.  On detached service with Company G, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, at Petersburg, Virginia.  Discharged at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, February 13, 1865. Resided in, Tecumseh, Michigan after war. Died July 11, 1908 of cancer in Tecumseh, Michigan. Buried in Brookside Cemetery, Tecumseh, Michigan.  Born in Michigan.

 

Pennock, Martin V., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Brother of Alonzo. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Home in Tecumseh, Michigan during May of 1863 while recruiting with Captain David Marshall. Corporal Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, July 2, 1863, and confined at Belle Island, Richmond, Virginia ,where he was "starved to a skeleton. Admitted to Hospital in Richmond on October 25, 1863 with typhoid fever. Paroled at City Point, Virginia on October 28, 1863, and sent to General Hospital, Annapolis, Maryland, where arrived on October 29,1863. Sent home December 25, 1863. Died of the disease at Tecumseh, Michigan, January 6, 1864. Buried Brookside Cemetery, Tecumseh, Michigan.  Born in Tecumseh, Michigan.

 

Percy, Perrin E., Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, May 16, 1861, for 3 years. Mustered June 20, 1861.  No further record.

 

Perine, Jacob H., Tekonsha.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, August 15, 1862, at Tekonsha, for 3 years, age 22. Height 5’8”. Complexion light. Eyes hazel. Hair dark. Farmer by trade. Resided on parents’ farm with five siblings. Joined regiment at Warrington, Virginia, November 8, 1862.Wounded; shot in upper thigh and elbows while in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863. Admitted hospital Fort Schuyler, New York. Transferred to Hospital at Fort David, New York. On detached service with Company K, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, at Petersburg, Virginia. Discharged at Washington, D.C., June 5, 1865. Died in 1942 at the age of 102. Buried Riverside Cemetery, Albion, Michigan.  Born in New York.

 

Perkins, Guy C., Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18.  Brother of Leonard. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Washington, D.C., January 30, 1863. Re-enlisted as a substitute for George N. Clark, in Company H, Seventeenth Michigan Infantry. Birch Run. Enlisted November 1, 1864.  Mustered November 1, 1864. Joined regiment at Petersburg, Virginia, December 3, 1864. Transferred to Company I, Twelfth Michigan Infantry. May 31, 1865, Delaney House, Washington, D.C. Mustered out July 28, 1865. Resided in Cokato, Minnesota after war.

 

Perkins, Leonard W., Sylvan. Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 44. Height 5’3”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown. Constable and farmer by trade. Married, no children. Brother of Guy.  Mustered June 20, 1861. June 30, 1862 to October 21, 1862 detailed as a army Postmaster. Brought on charges for cowardice and desertion, taken prisoner on purpose. Found guilty, sentenced, head shaved, and drummed out of camp on February 9, 1863.  Re-enlisted as a substitute for Andrew J. Jenne, drafted in Company H, Seventeenth Michigan Infantry.  Dundee. Enlisted October 1, 1864.  Mustered November 1, 1864. Joined regiment at Petersburg, Virginia, December 3, 1864. Transferred to Company I, Twelfth Michigan Infantry May 31, 1865 Delaney House, Washington, D.C.  Mustered out July 28, 1865.  Born in New York.

 

Perkins, Marion D., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Missing in action at Chancellorsville, Virginia, May 1, 1863.

 

Perry, Edwin S. (Veteran), Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 27. Farm laborer by trade. Resided on parents’ farm with two younger siblings.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  On detached service with Company E, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865, by order June 6, 1865.  Corporal July 1, 1865.  Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, February 23, 1866. Suffered from chronic diarrhea and piles after war. Died 1914. Buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, Morenci, Michigan.  Born in New York.

 

Perry, Orson Edward., Clinton County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 31. Height 5’7½”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair brown.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded; shot in right leg below knee while in the skirmish line and taken prisoner at the Wilderness, Virginia, May 5, 1864. Held at Andersonville, Georgia, suffering with rheumatism. Released at Venus Point, Georgia, December 6, 1864.  Discharged at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, February 23, 1865.  Resided in Canton, Missouri.  After service ran Express (mail) Service. Entered the Soldier and Sailor home in 1889. Died January 2, 1902, Soldier and Sailor Home, Quincy, Illinois.

 

Peters, Charles W., Adrian.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18. Height 6’. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair brown. Stone cutter by trade. Resided with parents and four siblings.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862. Born in Michigan.

 

Peters, George W., Medina. Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, September 10, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 34. Height 5’9”. Complexion dark. Eyes dark. Hair black. Farmer by trade. Married; father of one year old son. Mustered September 10, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, November 20, 1861.  Born in New York.

 

Peterson, JohnEnlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, May 16, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged December 27, 1861.

 

Petre, Henry, Steuben, Indiana.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862.  Gun shot through right shoulder and lung, lodging in spine, causing paralysis in left arm. Also shot in left foot. Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 29, 1864. In 1860 he was listed as a “Ward” to Lawyer Nelson Predune, residing with his family. Resided in Arlington, Oregon after war.  Born in Indiana.

 

Petrie, Henry C., Cambria. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, March 25  1864, at Hillsdale, for 3 years, age 18. Farm laborer by trade. Resided on parents’ farm with five siblings. Mustered April 13, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Wounded in action June 3, 1864. Discharged for disability at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 26, 1864. Resided in Hillsdale, Michigan after service and later became a noted physician in Oregon. Born in New York.

 

Phelps, Burton L., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, September 14, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 18. Mustered September 14, 1861.  Corporal. Wounded slightly in action at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 12, 1862. Wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863, severely upper extremities. Discharged for disability at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, December 14, 1863. Resided in Jackson, Michigan after service. Buried Maple Grove, Cemetery, Hudson, Michigan.

 

Phelps, Charles W., Washtenaw County. Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, May 16, 1861, at Ann Arbor, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Corporal in colored guard squad. Killed in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863, Buried Michigan Plot, A-#11 Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.  Laborer by trade.

 

Philips, Elias. Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, May 16, 1861, at Ann Arbor, for 3 years. Compiled Military Records states that he served but was never mustered into the service.

 

Pier, Henry, Ann Arbor.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, August 15, 1862, at Detroit, Michigan, age 28.  Killed in action at the Wilderness, Virginia, May 5, 1864.

 

Pier, William DeForest, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 25.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability near Falmouth, Virginia, January 2, 1863. Died on March 31,1918 and buried in Forest Hill Cemetery, Evart, Michigan. Born on July 12,1840.

 

Pierce, Norman O., Detroit.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, July 25, 1862, at Detroit, age 27.  Discharged for disability at Sharpsburg, Maryland, October 22, 1862 on account syphilis.  Dr. D. Chamberlin wrote the Detroit News  Paper. Here let me caution you in Detroit. There was sent from there, a man by the name N. O. Prince , who has the Syholis (sic) bad, not done on hours duty, Nor will he be to in six months. He pockets your bounty comes here goes into m a U.S. Hospital is by care & attention in from 3 to 6 months draws his pay clothing &c. and really thinks a good thing of it, I felt very much like wringing his neck, for him when I found out his case. He says he was examined by the Surgeon of the 17th Michigan. Be sure your recruits are will examined before they get there bounty. 

 

Pierce, William J.Manchester, Ohio.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Died of disease at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, December 6, 1861.

 

Pierson, Henry, Adrian. Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23. Painter by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Deserted November 28, 1861 Miner’s Hill, Virginia, along with Henry Ryerson, of Company F.  Born in Pennsylvania.

 

Pierson, William C., Tecumseh.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Farmer by trade. Had seven family members living on his farm. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862.  Born in Canada.

 

Piersons, James, St Joseph County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, as 4th Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability at Sharpsburg, Maryland, October 22, 1862. Buried Oak lawn Cemetery, Sturgis, Michigan.

 

Piper, Abel, M. D., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at New Bridge, May 24, 1862.

 

Piper, Alanson R. (Veteran), Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18.  Farm laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Corporal July 1, 1863.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered  January 2, 1864.  Wounded in action, shot in arm, May 10, 1864.  On detached service with Company B, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia. Transferred to Company D, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Sergeant July 1, 1865.  Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, March 13, 1866.  Resided in Kalamazoo, Michigan after service.  Born in New York.

 

Piquet, Peter, Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 25.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged by order No. 154, at Washington, D.C., November 25, 1862. Enlisting in the First United States Cavalry. Died July 10, 1897. Buried Oakwood Cemetery, Saline, Michigan.

 

Pittwood, John, Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18. Height 5’4”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair brown. Farmer by trade. Resided on parents’ farm with three siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded on July 29, 1861 (thumb shot off). Discharged for disability at Washington, D.C., July 29, 1861.  Re-enlisted First Engineers and Mechanics, as a Bugler. Mustered October 2, 1861. Mustered out October 31, 1864.  Resided in Newaygo, Michigan. After service. Born in England.

 

Plodech, PaulEnlisted in Band, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 27.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at Harrison’s Landing. Virginia, August 10, 1862, by order War Department. Resided in Cleveland, Ohio after service.

 

Plum, Charles W.Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, May 16, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Killed in action at Wilderness, Virginia, May 20, 1864.

 

Plumley, Thomas J., Hillsdale.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, August 29, 1862, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 25. Height 5’7”. Complexion fair. Eyes hazel. Hair brown. Wagon maker by trade. Deserted on the march June 25, 1863, absent without leave, straggler. No further record. Born in New York.

 

Plummer, Chester W., Bridgewater.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at Chancellorsville, May 5, 1863.

 

Plummer, James (Veteran), Detroit.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 31. Mustered June 20, 1861. Sergeant. Wounded in action June 26, 1862.  Discharged to date May 4, 1863.  Re-entered service in Company G,  Twenty-seventh Infantry, as First Lieutenant.  Commissioned April 4, 1863. Mustered June 17, 1863.  Acting Assistant Quartermaster from November 1863 to April 1864.  Killed in action at Wilderness, Virginia, May 8, 1864.

 

Plummer, William H., Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded slightly in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863, cause spinal problems. Corporal.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Resided in Lansing, Michigan after service. Died March 8, 1866. Buried Oakwood Cemetery, Adrian, Michigan.

 

Pluse, Sherman D., Rainsville.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded and missing in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862, shot through both jaws and tongue.  Corporal.  Discharged for disability at Washington, D.C., November 15, 1862.  Resided in Saginaw, Michigan after service. Worked as a locomotive engineer for the Pere Marquette Railroad for a while.

 

Pomeroy, Charles, Woodstock Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 29.  Blacksmith by trade. Resided with parents and six siblings. Father was a physician. Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability, December 9, 1862. Born in New York.

 

Pordon, John (Veteran), Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Wounded in action, in leg, May 5, 1864.  On detached service with Company A, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Sergeant July 2, 1865.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, February 26, 1866. Loss of hearing after the war in left ear. Resided in Grafton, Michigan after war.

 

Potterfield, Samuel D., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Professional actor and dancer. Married March of 1861, a son would be born on April 12, 1862. Stated that he could not sign his own name. Mustered June 20, 1861. Attached to the Balloon Corps. Transferred to Company D, at Washington, D.C., August 9, 1861. Died of lock jaw on July 18, 1862, at Annapolis, Maryland, of wounds received in action at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862. Buried at National Cemetery, Annapolis, Maryland.

 

Poskett, George, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22. Height 5’7”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Sawyer/Lumberman by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Promoted to Corporal June, 1862.  Discharged for disability October 26, 1862, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Died in 1923 and buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, Manistee, Michigan. Born in England.

               

Post, John, Liberty.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, February 28, 1863, at Liberty, for 3 years, age 38. Height 5’5”. Complexion dark. Eyes dark. Hair dark.  Butcher by trade. On detached service with Company C, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company K, February 15, 1866.  Discharged  at expiration of term of service at San Antonio, Texas, February 28, 1866. Married, father of three: ages 5, 3, and 2. Suffered from lung trouble after war. Resided in Empire, Michigan after war. Born in New York.

 

Potter, Alvinza, Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 25.  Cabinet-maker by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Transferred to Invalid Corps, September 15,1863. Discharged June 21,1864.  Resided in Dexter, Michigan after service. Died January 14, 1891. Buried in Forest Lawn Cemetery, Dexter, Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Powell, Benjamin W., LaGrange, Indiana.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20.  Laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Died of disease while prisoner of war at Richmond, Virginia, September 15, 1863. Born in Indiana.

 

Poyer, Daniel F., Livingston County. Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Resided with parents and sister. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at Spotsylvania, Virginia, May 12, 1864 while on the skirmish line.

 

Prestle, Thomas, Reading.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Died at Fort Monroe, July 15, 1862, of wounds received in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862.

 

Preston, Simon B., Hudson. Entered service in Company F, Fourth Infantry, at organization, as First Lieutenant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 35. Lawyer by trade. Married with two sons. Wife’s brother was William Henry Terpening. Commissioned to date May 6, 1861. Mustered June 20, 1861. Taken prisoner Bull Run on July 21, 1861. Held in Richmond 2 months, transferred Tuscaloosa, Alabama, for 6 months. Returned to regiment in February 1862.  Died June 30, 1862, of wounds received in action at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862. Served in the Mexican War. Buried in unmarked grave, has a marker in Maple Grove Cemetery, Hudson Michigan. Born in Michigan.

 

Price, George P., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23. Height 5’11”. Complexion light. Eyes black. Hair black. Printer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, December 12, 1862.  Suffered from chronic diarrhea after war. Resided in Lyons, New York after war. Buried Rural Cemetery, Lyons, New York. Born in New York.

 

Price, Joseph, Cold Water.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 32.  Farmer by trade. Married and father of five. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Died at Washington, D.C., July 31, 1862, of wounds received in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, on July 1, 1862, gunshot left shoulder. Sent to Cliffburne Hospital refused operation. Within ten day pus was discharging from wound; operation was done that day.  Died July 21. Buried Military Asylum Cemetery, Washington, D.C.  Born in New York.

 

Priest, George Scott, Steuben, Indiana.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, Age 21.  Farm laborer by trade. Resided on parents’ farm with eight siblings. Mathias was his brother. Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability at camp, March 30, 1863. Born in Ohio.

 

Priest, Mathias, Steuben, Indiana.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Farm laborer by trade. Brother of George. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability near Falmouth, January 2, 1863 because of lost leg. Had to fight to get pension in January 1867 not having his discharge papers. Resided in Orangeville, Michigan after war. Buried Mountain Home Cemetery, Allegan County, Michigan.  Born in Ohio.

 

Pryor, William A., Ann Arbor.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 26. Mustered June 20, 1861. Corporal.  Killed in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863. Buried Michigan Plot, A-#13 Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

 

Puddy, Columbus L., Wheatland.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, September 3, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 23. Height 5’7”. Complexion light. Eyes gray.  Hair brown. Farmer by trade. Mustered September 3, 1861.  Died of disease typhoid fever, on hospital boat, enroute to New York, August 7, 1862. Buried in Somerset Cemetery, Somerset Township. Born in Little Valley, New York.

 

Purdy, George, Lapeer.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, February 11, 1863, at Lapeer, for 9 months, age 18. Height 5’9”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Farmer by trade. Resided on his parents’ farm with younger brother. Mustered February 11, 1863. Substitute for Abram Purdy, his father, age 42, who was drafted at Marathon February 10, 1863.  Joined regiment at Falmouth, Virginia, March 23, 1863.  Killed in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863. Buried Michigan Plot, A-#18 Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Born in Washtenaw County, Michigan.

 

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Quackenbush, James A. (Veteran), Hillsdale County. Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Height 5’10”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown. Painter by trade.  Resided with four siblings and mother.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Re-enlisted as Sergeant, December 29, 1863.  Wounded in action, shot in arm, May 28, 1864.  On detached service with Company K, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Missing in action near Petersburg, Virginia, December 13, 1864.  Returned to regiment at Alexandria, Virginia, May 19, 1865. No further record. Resided in Newtonville, Canada after service. Buried Fairfield Cemetery, Spencerport, New York.  Born in Canada West.

 

Quick, William E., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, February 20, 1862, at Adrian, for 3 years. age 23. Mustered February 20, 1862.  Discharged for disability in general hospital July 15, 1862. Resided on farm with parents and sister. Farm laborer by trade.  Born in Michigan.

 

Quinn, James. With ambulance corps. Discharged for disability at Washington, D.C., April 13, 1863. Buried Carleton Cemetery, Carlton, Michigan.

 

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Ramsey, Reuben W., Huron. Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Died of disease at Georgetown, D.C., August 27, 1861. Resided with his mother and three younger siblings. Farmer by trade. Born in Ohio.

 

Randall, Albert L., Tecumseh. Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability June, 1862. Enlisted in Company F, Twenty-Sixth Infantry on August 5,1862 as First Sergeant at Tecumseh, Michigan. Mustered September 15,1862.  Commissioned Second Lieutenant May 15,1863 and mustered as such on June 29,1863.Commisioned Captain June 9,1865. Mustered out at Alexandria, Virginia on June 4,1865. Born on August 27,1842 in New York. Died of chronic gastritis and kidney disease on May 7,1883 in Baltimore, Maryland.

 

Randall, Avery, Cambria.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18. Had three siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861. Died of disease at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, December 19, 1861 after a short illness of typhoid fever. Body shipped home buried in Hillsdale, Michigan.

 

Randall, Edmund, Ann Arbor. Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, August 20, 1862, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20.  Mustered August 20, 1861. Height 5’4”. Complexion light. Eyes hazel. Hair light. Showman by trade. Born in New York.

 

Randolph, John M., Ann Arbor.  Entered service in Company D, Fourth Infantry, at organization as Captain, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 34. Mason by trade. Married with four year old son. Commissioned to date May 16, 1861.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged to accept promotion July 18, 1862.  Commissioned Major July 18, 1862.  Mustered July 18, 1862.  Discharged for physical disability May 22, 1863, by S. O.  No. 229, War Department. Buried in Fairview Cemetery, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Rankin, Erastus, Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22. Resided with parents and five siblings on family farm. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Taken prisoner in action at Chancellorsville.  Returned to regiment July 28, 1863, at Warrentown, Virginia.  Wounded, shot in breast at Laurel Hill, Virginia, May 8, 1864.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Born in Michigan.

 

Rankin, Simon, Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 12, 1862.  Missing in action at Chancellorsville, May 1, 1863.  No further record.

 

Rauch, Peter, La Salle. Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 39. Height 5’5”. Complexion dark. Eyes gray. Hair dark. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability wound at convalescent camp, January 17, 1863. Married, father of three children: ages 7, 6 and 2. Died in 1916 and buried in La Salle Protestant Cemetery (Swartz Cemetery), La Salle, Michigan. Butcher and painter by trade. Born in Dauphin,  Pennsylvania.

 

Raye, Charles W., See Page, Charles W.

 

Rayner, Charles B., Allen.  Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 11, 1864, at Hillsdale, for 3 years, age 28. Carpenter and joiner by trade.  Mustered March 3, 1864.  First Corporal May 5, 1864. On detached service with First Infantry, in hospital by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Died in U.S. Hospital, Alexandria, Virginia, July 2, 1864, of serious shoulder wound received in action June 3, 1864 at Bethesda Church, Virginia.  Born in New York.

 

Reagan, Timothy, Hudson. Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, as Private, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 44. Height 5’7”. Complexion fair. Eyes blue. Hair brown. Shoemaker by trade. Married, father of three children. Mustered June 20, 1861. Promoted to Corporal July, 1861 and Sergeant January, 1862. Suffered rupture of right groin, on August 28, 1862. Admitted to General Hospital August 29, 1862. Admitted Convalescent Camp, at Alexandria, Virginia, until discharged. Discharged January 3, 1863. Resided in Hudson, Michigan after war. Died in Hudson, Michigan September 21, 1876, from acute softening of the brain. Buried Maple Grove Cemetery Hudson, Michigan. Born in Ireland.

 

Redfield, James Metcalf, Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, as Sergeant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Height 5’9½”. College Student in Michigan at time of enlistment. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Commissioned Second Lieutenant November 1, 1861.  Commissioned First Lieutenant January 1, 1862. In regimental hospital July 11-17, 1862, typhoid fever, chronic diarrhea, and rheumatism. Transferred to Hygeia Hospital, Fortress Monroe, Virginia, July 17-22, 1862. Admitted Chesapeake Hospital, Hampton Rods, Virginia, July 22 to September 6, 1862. Transferred to Episcopal Church Hospital, Washington, D.C. from September 6-13, 1862. Resigned and honorably discharged by Surgeon certificate of disability, September 13, 1862. Lived in Batavia, New York and farmer after service. Died in Canandaigua, New York, on February 9, 1884 of acute alcoholic insanity. Born on July 17, 1839 in Batavia, New York. 

 

Reed, David J., Hillsdale.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, August 30, 1861, at Hillsdale, age 16. Resided with his parents and two siblings. In hospital fall of 1862, returned to regiment October 3, 1862. Wounded severely, right side under arm in action at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 13, 1862.  Admitted 1st  Division Hospital 5th Corps Falmouth Virginia. December 13-14, 1862. Transferred Carver General Hospital, Washington, D.C., December 20, 1862. Wounded and in general hospital.  Died January 29, 1863 Camp Distribution, Alexandria, Virginia. Dropped from the rolls by G. O. No. 92, War Department, ‘62, December 31, 1863. Born in Pennsylvania.

 

Reeve, Selah V., Detroit.  Enlisted in Fourth Infantry, as Regimental Quartermaster Sergeant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 27.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Transferred to Second Michigan Infantry, September 1, 1861. Commissioned Second Lieutenant, Second Infantry, September 1, 1861.

 

Reeves, Charles, Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 28.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at battle of Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, May 27, 1862.

 

Regal, Isaiah, Monroe.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, August 24, 1862, at Monroe, for 3 years, age 21. Mustered August 24, 1862.  Wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863, gun shot left forearm and fracture. Admitted to Summit Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania July 11, 1863 Transferred to Invalid Corps, Washington, D.C., January 1, 1864, G. O. No. 11, War Department, ‘64.  Discharged at Washington, D.C., June 27, 1865 (as of Company F, Eighteenth Veteran Reserve Corps).

 

Regets, John, Wayne County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Taken prisoner at Chancellorsville, May 2, 1863.  Returned to regiment at Culpepper, Virginia, October 8, 1863.  Wounded in action May 5, 1864.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864.

 

Reneau, Peter, Wayne County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action July 1, 1862.  Discharged for disability at Washington, D.C., January 3, 1863.

 

Reynolds, Ely HanibalHillsdale. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 10, 1864, at Hillsdale, for 3 years, age 25.  Mustered March 3, 1864. Second Sergeant April 5, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  First Sergeant March 16, 1865.  Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, by order, June 6, 1865. Discharged at Detroit, Michigan, February 23, 1866. Lung and heart trouble after war. Resided in North Loup, Valley, Nebraska after service. Died in 1913. Buried in Sunset View Cemetery, Jonesville, Michigan. Born in 1838.

 

Rheuport, Charles H., Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 25.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 28, 1864.

 

Rhodes, Edward C., Hillsdale. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, March 25, 1864, at Hillsdale, for 3 years, age 17. Resided with parents and four siblings. Brother of Martin. Mustered April 5, 1864. On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Missing while on picket August 21, 1864, at Weldon R. R., Virginia. Captured and held three days at Petersburg, Virginia. Then to Libby Prison for one day and eighteen days at Belle Island, Richmond, Virginia. In hospital forty days from exposure while prisoner. Returned December 28, 1864, from missing in action. Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, by order, June 6, 1865.  Discharged at Alexandria, Virginia, June 20, 1865.  Beside Martin, he had three brothers in the war. Resided in Pittsfield, Michigan after the war. Died January 30, 1908 and buried in Fairfield Cemetery, Lenawee County, Michigan. Born in Michigan.

 

Rhodes, Martin Van Buren, Jefferson.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, February 24, 1863, at Hillsdale, for 9 months.  Substitute for Daniel A. Wisner, drafted February 24, 1863, from Moscow, Hillsdale County. Age 22. Height 5’4”. Complexion dark. Eyes hazel. Hair dark.  Farmer by trade. Joined regiment at Falmouth, Virginia, March 23, 1863.  Transferred to Company H.  Discharged at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, December 22, 1863. Beside Edward, had three brothers in the war. Resided in Fairfield, Michigan after service. Died October 10, 1910 and buried in Fairfield Cemetery, Lenawee County, Michigan. Born in Washtenaw County, Michigan.

 

Richards Albert D., Grand Rapids. Enlisted under the alias of Joseph Spingstead. Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, as Wagoner, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 12. Resided with parents and five siblings. Father was a Methodist Minster. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability, Lost three fingers on right hand. April 19, 1862. Re-enlisted in the Michigan Provost Guard December 18, 1862. Mustered out May 9, 1865. Admitted State Soldiers Home in Kent, Michigan on November 3, 1889 to April 22, 1893. Born in New York.

 

Richardson John, Steuben, Indiana.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24. Blacksmith by trade. Resided on farm with parents and five siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged August 23, 1862, on account of wounds received in action (wounded in left arm and hand) June 27, 1862. Resided in Angola, Indiana, after service.  Born in Ohio.

 

Richardson, Jonas D., Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Resided with his parents and brother. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Sergeant.  Sprained ankle badly in Wheatfield at Gettysburg July 2, 1863. Transferred to Invalid Corps, Washington, D.C., G. O. No. 320, War Department of ‘62, September 30, 1863. Died on April 15, 1864 and buried in Forest Hill Cemetery, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Born on September 6, 1839.

 

Richmond, James, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at camp, March 1, 1863.

 

Rickett, Don A., Mendon. Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Farm laborer by trade. Resided on parents’ farm with three younger siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded at Shepardstown Ford, Maryland, September 19, 1862. Admitted to Capital Hospital, Washington, D.C.  Sergeant. Wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863, shot in back of shoulder. Sergeant. Admitted to Summit House Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Reported absent wounded April 1864 . Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 29, 1864. Wounded in left arm and shot through the left chest and left thigh during war. Resided in Grand Traverse, Michigan after service. Born in New York.

 

Rierson, Henry See Ryerson, Henry

 

Riley, Luke, Chelsea.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Transferred to Battery D, Fifth U. S. Artillery, October 9, 1862.  Discharged at Sharpsburg, Maryland, per G. O. No. 154, October 25, 1862. Suffered from rheumatism after war. Resided in Chelsea, Michigan after service.

 

Riley, Phillip (Veteran), Jackson. Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June  20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  On detached service with Company B, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865. Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, February 26, 1866. Served a short time in the State Prison after war for Horse Stealing!  Born in New York.

 

Rintz, John (Veteran).  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, as Sergeant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24. Shoemaker and Clerk by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  First Sergeant October 23, 1862.  On detached service with Company B, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company H, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865. Honorably discharged May 26, 1866.  Was in fifty-three engagements. Resided in Blissfield, Michigan after war. In 1897 founded the Blissfield Telephone Company.

 

Ritter, Lewis Frederick, Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Accidently shot ( buck and ball)  in right hip and thigh by one of the other guards while on duty in November 20,1861. Discharged for disability at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, March 14, 1862. Re-enlisted in Company H, First Michigan Engineers and Mechanics on December 12 ,1862 in Jackson, Michigan and joined regiment on Janury21,1864. Recieved axe wound on left foot in February of 1864 while cutting wood for railroad bridge. Mustered out September 22, 1864. Resided in Concord, Michigan after service. Farmer by trade. Born on June 10,1837, in Hanover, Germany. Died May 25, 1909 and buried in Concord, Michigan.

 

Roberts, John B. (Veteran).  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863. Wounded in action May 5, 1864, Left arm amputated in the shaft of the humerus by Surgeon Kerr of 62nd Pennsylvania Infantry. Discharged on account of those wounds at Harper Hospital, Detroit, Michigan, March 1, 1865. Suffered from asthma and kidney trouble after war. Resided in Monroe after war. Died in 1929 and buried in Woodland Cemetery, Monroe, Michigan. Born in 1840.

 

Roberts, Russell, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22. Height 5’6”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Washington, D.C., August 9, 1861, because of imperfect vision. Born in Michigan.

 

Robinson, Charles W., Marshall.  Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 13, 1864, at Hillsdale, for 3 years, age 19. Farm laborer by trade. Mustered March 3, 1864. Fifth Corporal. On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, by order, June 6, 1865.  Corporal April 5, 1864.  Sergeant March 16, 1865.  First Sergeant April 1, 1866.  Commissioned Second Lieutenant February 28, 1866. Mustered out at Houston, Texas, May 26, 1866. Resided in Marshall, Michigan after service. Born in Michigan.

 

Robinson, Henry, Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Corporal July 1, 1862.  Wounded in action at battle of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863, shell wound to the left side of back. Sergeant May 1, 1864.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Resided in Bridgewater, New York after service.

 

Robinson, Wesley L., Waterloo, Michigan. Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, Michigan, age 29. Height 6'3" . Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Farmer by trade. While on the skirmish line at  White House Landing, Virginia, July 3,1862, he was wounded by the concussion of an exploding shell and left behind as the regiment continued on the march. On the following day was sent by ship from White House Landing to Ladies Home U.S. Hospital, New York City, New York. Discharged on September 14,1862 at Sharpsburg, Maryland to accept commission as 2nd Lieutenant in Company F , Twentieth Michigan Infantry received on August 18,1862. Resigned from service on May 5,1863 due to illness in Lebanon, Kentucky. Resided in Covington, Kentucky after the service. Born in Adinson County, Vermont on May 27,1833.

 

Robinson, William F., Hillsdale County. Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, as First Sergeant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24. Height 5’10”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Dentist by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged to accept promotion December 12, 1861.  Commissioned Second Lieutenant December12, 1861.  Commissioned First Lieutenant July 18, 1862.  Commanding Company F from October 30, 1862 to February 4, 1863. Commissioned Captain January 27, 1863. Wounded leg in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863. Sent to hospital in Marietta, Pennsylvania on July 11,1863. Resigned and honorably discharged for disability May 21,1864, from wounds received in action. Born in Lowell, Massachusetts.

 

Robinson, William G., Detroit.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Sailor by trade. Resided with parents and younger brother. Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded in action July 1, 1862.  Discharged for disability at Detroit, Michigan, September 2, 1862. Resided in Detroit, Michigan after service. Born in Ireland.

 

Robinson, William W. (Veteran), Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Height 5’9”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair brown. Carpenter by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  On detached service with Company H, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps.  Discharged at Washington, D.C., from Company C, Tenth Veteran Reserve Corps, July 31, 1865. Born in Spaulding, Ohio.

 

Rockfellow, Andrew H., Wayne County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 28.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Corporal. Sergeant.  Killed in action near Richmond, Virginia, July 3, 1864.

 

Rockwell, James K., Mendon.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded in head Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862. Transferred to Invalid Corps, July 1, 1863. Resided in Mendon, Michigan after service.

 

Rodgers, John L., Brownstown. Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, as Sergeant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 31. Blacksmith by trade. Married.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Commissioned Second Lieutenant July 1, 1862.  Month of December, sick with consumption, treated by Dr. Chamberlain. Resigned and honorably discharged February 11, 1863. Died 1869. Buried Oak Forest Cemetery, Flat Rock, Michigan. Born in New York. 

 

Rolfe, Jarvin D., Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 30.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability in camp, January 1, 1863.

 

Rollins, Charles, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 26. Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability September 6, 1861.

 

Romeyn, James W., Detroit. First Lieutenant, Company I, Fourth Infantry. Age 22. By trade Attorney at Law. Resigned Mustered in as senior Aide-de-Camp on General Wilcox’s Staff. Resigned October 17, 1862. Resided with parents and two siblings. Held the rank of major and colonel in state Militia. After war served as American Consul in Chile. Graduate of Columbia College, New York. Born in Michigan.

 

Roney, Barney, Howell.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22. Farmer by trade. Married and father of two year old son.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862.

 

Root, Jason, Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Resided with his parents and five siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Resided in Monroe after service. Died on March 25, 1917 and buried in Woodland Cemetery, Monroe, Michigan. Born on September 1, 1842 in Michigan.

 

Root, Manly, Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, September 27, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years. Age 34. Height 6’. Complexion dark. Eyes hazel. Hair black. Farmer by trade.  Mustered September 27, 1861.  Wounded in action at July 1 1862, Malvern Hill, Virginia, gunshot wound left shoulder.  Discharged for disability at Ft. Monroe, February 29, 1863. Died before 1890. Born in Huron County, Ohio.

 

Ropson, John (Veteran), York.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  On duty in hospital from July 1862 to January 1864.  On detached service with Company G, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  On duty at Brigade Headquarters from October 1864 to May 1865.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, February 26, 1866. Buried Romulus Cemetery, Romulus, Michigan.

 

Rosa, Hiram, Hudson.  Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, March 31, 1864, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 24. Farmer by trade. Resided on parents’ farm with two siblings. Brother of Moses. Mustered April 13, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Died at Staunton General Hospital, Washington, D.C., of typhoid fever, July 9, 1864. Born in New York.

 

Rosa, Moses, Hudson.  Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, March 19, 1864, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 23. Farmer by trade. Had two siblings. Brother of Hiram. Mustered April 5, 1864. Died of disease near Fredericksburg, Virginia, May 14, 1864. Born in New York.

 

Rose, A. Morell, Monroe.  Entered service in Company A, Fourth Infantry, at organization, as Second Lieutenant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 29.  Principal of the Union Academy School Monroe. Commissioned to date May 16, 1861.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Commissioned First Lieutenant September 25, 1861.  Commissioned Captain January 1, 1862.  Killed in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862.

 

Rose, Myron, Detroit.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, July 22, 1862, at Detroit, for 3 years, age 44. Farmer by trade.  Mustered July 22, 1862. Wounded slightly in action at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 12, 1862.  Wounded in action at battle of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps April 13, 1864.  Mustered out at Washington, D.C., June 26, 1865, from Ninth Veteran Reserve Corps. Buried Highland Cemetery, Ypsilanti, Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Ross, William H., Fayette. Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Farmer by trade. Resided on parents’ farm with three siblings.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action June 26, 1862, at battle of Mechanicsville.  Discharged for disability at Sharpsburg, Maryland, October 6, 1862. Born in Michigan.

 

Ross, William H., Hillsdale. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 19, 1864, at Hillsdale, for 3 years, age 23.  Mustered March 3, 1864. Eighth Corporal. April 5, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, by order, June 6, 1865.  Wounded in action June 18, 1864 and February 6, 1865.  Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, February 23, 1866.

 

Roupp, Jacob, Branch County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 32.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Transferred to I Company E, First Regiment Invalid Corps at Beverly Ford September 15, 1863.  Transferred from Invalid Corps, Washington, D.C., February 10, 1864 back to the Fourth under G. O. No. 66.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service, June 30, 1864.

 

Rouse, Charles A., Ann Arbor. Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Carpenter Apprentice by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Killed in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863. Buried Michigan Plot, A-#14 Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Born in New York.

 

Rouse, John, Washtenaw County. Enlisted in Co K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18. Tanner by trade. Mustered June 20,1861. Knocked (or fell) from a rail car while in route from Michigan to Washington near Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on June 27, 1861. Received a six inch head gash and a fractured skull as a result and was left behind in the Hospital at Harrisburg. Returned to regiment at Camp Miner on August 3,1861, but was deemed unfit for duty (showing signs of mental imbecility) and discharged for disability by Dr. Chamberlain on August 17,1861. Born in Michigan.

 

Rozell, Daniel R., Jackson County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20. Farmer by trade. Resided with parents and eight siblings.  Mustered June 20 1861.  Discharged for disability at Baltimore, Maryland, November 3, 1862, on account of wounds received in battle at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862. Born in Michigan.

 

Rudd, David J.See Reed, David

 

Rudolph, Jacob (Veteran), Exeter. Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22. Laborer in a brick works. Mustered June 20, 1861. Re-enlisted December 25, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  Wounded in action June 3, 1864, shot in left leg amputee, died of exhaustion.  Died September 16, 1864, in U.S. Hospital at Washington, D.C., of wounds received in action at Laurel Hill, Virginia, May 8, 1864.  Born in Germany.

 

Rumsey, Reuben W., See Ramsey, Reuben

 

Runion, TimothySee Reagan, Timothy

 

Russell, Jeremiah, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18. Height 6’2”. Complexion dark. Eyes gray. Hair black. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded in neck and shoulder while in action July 1, 1862, paralyzed left side.  Discharged for disability at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, December 12, 1862. Born in New York.

 

Russell, Justin, Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 16. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability June 24, 1862.

 

Rye, Simmon S., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, September 10, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18. Height 5’5”. Complexion dark. Eyes black. Hair black. Farmer by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged by order of Maj. General Dix. Fortress, Monroe, Virginia, 1862. Born in Michigan.

 

Ryerson, Henry, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, May 16, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24. Height 5’3”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair black. Farmer by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Deserted November 28, 1861 at Munson Hill, Virginia, with Henry Pierson of  Company F.  Born in Ohio.

 

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Sadler, Silas W., Tecumseh. Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18. Resided with parents; only child. Mustered June 20, 1861. Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Re-enlisted Company D, Thirtieth Michigan Infantry November 30, 1864. As Sergeant, Mustered out June 30, 1865.  Resided in, Owosso, Michigan after service.  Died in 1930, buried in Oak Hill Cemetery, Owosso, Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Saliotte, Gilbert, Ecorse. Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Clerk by trade. Resided with father and three siblings.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Taken prisoner in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Returned to regiment at Annapolis, Maryland, December 10, 1863. Wounded in action May 5, 1864, shot in jaw. Admitted Campbell Hospital, Washington, D.C.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Born in Michigan.

 

Salsbury, Lester H.Dover. Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Height 5’10”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown. Farmer by trade. Resided on his parents’ farm with two siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861. 2nd Sergeant.  Wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863, shot through hand and lung which lodged in left thigh. In Field Hospital Gettysburg 3 weeks. In Hospital for 3 months Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.  Discharged for disability at Bealton, Virginia, January 23, 1864. Became a lawyer after war. Resided in Hudson, Michigan after service. Born in Michigan.

 

Sandbar, Joseph (Veteran), Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861. Age 35. Height 5’7”. Complexion dark. Eyes black. Hair dark. Laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  On duty at Brigade Headquarters from April 1863 to April 1864.  On detached service with Company G, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  On duty at Division Headquarters from September 1864 to April 1865.  Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, February 26, 1866. La Salle Protestant Cemetery, La Salle, Michigan. Born in Paris, France.

 

Sargent, John Parker, St. Joseph County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18. Height 5’7”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Escaped from Andersonville Prison August 21, 1864.  Reported to Provost Marshall at Atlanta September 16, 1864, from thence was transferred to Camp Distribution, Virginia. Discharged at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, October 20, 1864. Resided in St. Croix Falls, Polk, Wisconsin after war. Died Middlefort, New York. Born in New York.

 

Sanders, John, Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 35. Height 5’9”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair red. Farm laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Captured at Gaines’ Mill, June 27, 1862. Shot in the chest with buck and ball, Gettysburg July 2, 1863. Laid on the battlefield until afternoon of July 3.  Admitted to Field Hospital. Sent to Westminster, Maryland. Wounded in the thigh in Virginia. In 1864. Mustered out at expiration of term of service, June 30, 1864.  Re-enlisted in Company K, 182nd  Ohio Infantry, Enlisted in 1866, into 27th U. S. Infantry for two years. Enlisted December 29, 1869 in Company I, 18th U. S. Infantry for five years. Enlisted March 8, 1876, Company F, 19th U. S. Infantry for five years. Discharge for disability February 18, 1878. Suffered from lung diseases after war. Resided in Soldiers and Sailor Home, Dayton, Ohio. Born in Scotland. 

 

Savery, Stephen P., Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, as Musician, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20. Resided on his parents’ farm with four younger siblings.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability July 28, 1861. Born in New York.

 

Sawyer, Charles E., Washtenaw County. Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Corporal July 29, 1862.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 29, 1864. Buried Maple Grove Cemetery, Mason, Michigan.

 

Saxton, Charles, Tecumseh.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862.

 

Saxton, James, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862, from gun shot. Wounded in action May 5, 1864 from gun shot. Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864.  Enlisted in Company D, Thirtieth Infantry, November 30, 1864, at Jackson, for one year.  Mustered November 30, 1864.  Sergeant January 4, 1865.  Mustered out and honorably discharged at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1865. Resided in Farwell, Michigan after service.

 

Sayers, Frank, Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Warrentown, Virginia, November 7, 1862.  Died October 9, 1881.  Buried at Mason, Michigan.

 

Schaffer, Albert, St. Joseph County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Height 5’5 ½”. Complexion light. Eyes hazel. Hair dark. Farmer by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Sick in Brigade Hospital December, 1861. Discharged for disability chronic rheumatism at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 4, 1862. Buried Westminster Cemetery Bala Cynwood, Pennsylvania.  Born in Pennsylvania.

 

Schaffer, Lewis, St. Joseph County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 31. Mustered June 20, 1861. Died of disease at Brigade Hospital November 20, 1861. Buried Military Asylum Cemetery, Washington, D.C. November 23, 1861.

 

Schnaitter, CorneliusEnlisted in Band, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 30.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Height 5'6". Dark complexion. Blue eyes. Hair light.Tailor by trade. Mustered out at Harrison’s Landing, Virginia, August 10, 1862. Born on September 2, 1830, in Egern, Germany. Died on December 11, 1919, in Sandusky, Ohio and buried there in Oakland Cemetery .

 

Schnickenburger, John, Lenawee County. Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, as Sergeant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 26. Height 5’7”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light.  Shoemaker by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  On detached duty in U.S. Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland. Resigned November 1861. Born in Germany.

 

Scholfield, Leister T., Steuben, Indiana.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22. Height 6’2”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Farmer by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability because of wound at Warrentown, Virginia, November 17, 1862.  Born in Ohio.

 

Schott, Wilber M., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, September 16, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years.  Mustered September 16, 1861. Age 18.  Height 5’7”. Eyes hazel. Hair brown. Complexion light. Millwright by trade.  Discharged for disability, chronic diarrhea, at camp, January 2, 1863. Resided in Milliken, Michigan after war. Died June 11, 1896. Buried in St. Catherine’s, Ontario, Canada. Born in Seneca, New York.

 

Schultze, Charles L., Sandwich, Canada West.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 25.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Killed in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862.

 

Scott, Ezra S., Adrian.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, October 8, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years.  Mustered October 8, 1861.  Age 19. Height 5’8”. Complexion dark. Eyes gray. Hair dark. Shoemaker by trade. Discharged for disability at Detroit, Michigan, June 26, 1862 by order of Lt. Col. Smith. Born in Bucyrus, Ohio.

 

Scott, John D., LaGrange, Indiana.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 29, 1864. Resided in Ontario, Indiana, after service.

 

Scranton, Alphonso, Monroe.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, August 28, 1862, at Detroit, for 3 years, age 21.  Missing in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  On detached service with  Company A, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Taken prisoner September 8, 1864 at Weldon R.R., Virginia.  Returned to regiment from missing in action at Hatcher’s Run, Virginia, February 22, 1865.  Discharged near Washington, D.C., June 9, 1865. Buried Boughton Cemetery, Kalamazoo County, Michigan.

 

Scranton, Robert H.See Cranston, Robert

 

Scriver, William, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, September 16, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years.  Mustered September 16, 1861.  No further record.

 

Scully, Andrew, Detroit. Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, as Musician, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 16. Height 4’11¾”. Complexion fair. Eyes blue. Hair auburn.  Resided with parents and six siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at camp, January 10, 1863. Unable to do the duty of a soldier owning to youth and lack of powers of endurance. Resided in Brooklyn, New York after service. Born in Ireland.

 

Seage, Henry S., White Pigeon. Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, September 27, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years. Age 17. Resided on farm with parents and three siblings.  Son of John and brother of Watson. Mustered October 8, 1861. Promoted Corporal, December 18, 1862. Sick with scurvy  December 1862. Promoted Color Sergeant of the regiment September 10, 1864. On detached duty, Clerk at Division Commissary Depot, from April 1864 to July 1864. Wounded slightly May 5, 1864 Wilderness, Virginia. On detached service with Company K, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Discharged at expiration of term of service near Petersburg, Virginia, September 10, 1864.  Was in the following battles:  New Bridge, Siege of Yorktown, Mechanicsville, Gaines’ Mill, Hanover Court House, Malvern Hill, Second Bull Run, Antietam, Shepardstown Ford, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, Rappahannock, Mine Run, Wilderness, Laurel Hill, Spotsylvania Court House, and North Anna River. Agent Traders Insurance Co. after service. Died April 8, 1899, Lansing, Michigan.  Buried at Mount Hope Cemetery, Lansing, Michigan. Born in Vermont.

 

Seage, John, White Pigeon.  Entered service in Fourth Infantry, as Chaplain, Baptist, July 10, 1862, at Falmouth, Virginia, for 3 years, age 51. Baptist Minister by trade. Married and father of four, sons were Henry and Watson.  Mustered July 10, 1862.  Commissioned July 20, 1862.  Mustered July 20, 1862.  Wounded in action June 8, 1863, shot in chest, bullet lodging in right shoulder right wrist while carrying the mail and payroll to Washington.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 29, 1864.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, August 28, 1864, at Adrian, for 3 years.  Mustered August 28, 1864.  Commissioned Chaplain reorganized Fourth Infantry to date July 26, 1864.  Mustered October 14, 1864. Mustered out at Detroit, Michigan, May 26, 1866. Buried Fountain Cemetery, Staten Island, New York. Resided in St. Louis, Missouri after war. Buried Fountain Cemetery, Long Island, New York. Born in England.

 

Seage, Richard Watson (Veteran), White Pigeon.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, as 3rd Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23. Height 5’9”.  Clerk by trade. Brother of Henry, son of John. A.K.A as Richard or Dick. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Sergeant.  Wounded in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862. Prisoner for nineteen days; paroled July 20,1862. Sent to Harrison’s Landing, Virginia. Admitted to hospital at Fort Hamilton, New York. Rejoined the regiment October 9,1862 at Sharpsburg, Maryland. The wound causing a depression in the skull. Sergeant Major December 13, 1862. Commissioned Second Lieutenant, Company I, April 1, 1863.  Mustered to date May 22, 1863.  Honorably discharged December 31, 1863, for disability, on account of wounds received in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863, severely in chest, arm and legs in melee for flag.  Re-entered service as Regimental Quartermaster, reorganized Fourth Infantry, August 2, 1864. Commissioned to date July 26, 1864.  Mustered August 31, 1864.  Discharged for disability of prior wounds total disability, March 6, 1865, by S. O. No. 59, War Department.  Brevet Captain U. S. Volunteers, March 13, 1865, for gallant and meritorious service during the war. Died November 10, 1908, Jersey City, New Jersey. Buried Fountain Cemetery, Staten Island, New York. Born in New York. 

 

Sebring, Norman B., Fulton, Ohio.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, February 27, 1862, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Resided on parents’ farm with five siblings.  Mustered February 27, 1862.  Discharged for disability at Detroit, Michigan, July 24, 1863 because of disease of the lung. Re-enlisted in the Company H, Eleventh Michigan Cavalry August 28, 1863. Mustered out on September 15, 1865. Resided in Odgen, Michigan after service. Born in Michigan.

 

Senter, Willard, Hillsdale. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 26, 1864, at Hillsdale, for 3 years, age 18.  Mustered March 3, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, by order, June 6, 1865. Dishonorably discharged with loss of pay, bounty and allowances to date August 12, 1865 date of his desertion. Resided in Olivet, Michigan after service.

 

Severance, Morris P., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Height 5’8”. Complexion dark. Eyes black. Hair black. Farmer by trade. Resided with his parents and two siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action at Mechanicsville, Virginia, June 26, 1862 gunshot left side of lung leaving left him totality disabled. Sent to hospital in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 16, 1862. Resided in Pittsford, Michigan after service. Died on March 2, 1915. Born in Indiana.

 

Seward, William H., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, December 12, 1862.

 

Shadbolt, Frank (Veteran). Rollin. Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, September 16, 1861, at Hudson. Age 18.. Farmer by trade. Resided on parents’ farm with younger sister.  In hospital fall of 1862, returned to regiment November 8, 1862. Re-enlisted January 20, 1864.  Mustered January 2, 1864.  On detached service with Company K, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Discharged at Detroit, Michigan, September 11, 1865, Resided in Hudson, Michigan after service. Buried Maple Grove Cemetery, Hudson Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Shafer, Alexander (Veteran), Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Height 5’8”. Complexion dark. Eyes blue.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  Wounded in action June 3, 1864, Cold Harbor Virginia, ball entered back of right hand. Admitted Hospital, Alexander, Virginia. Transferred to Summit House Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. On detached service with Company B, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, February 10, 1866. Resided in Reading, Michigan after service. Died May 21, 1897 at Fawn River, Michigan.

 

Shafer, Alphonzo, Pleasant, Indiana. Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 1861, for 3 years, age 21.  Painter by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  Sergeant.  On detached service with Company B, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Discharged at Detroit, Michigan, February 3, 1866. Resided in Hillsdale, Michigan after service. Died 1917. Mount Hope Cemetery, Litchfield, Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Sharp, Jonathan S. (Veteran), Livingston County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, as Sergeant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 27. Height 5’11½”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair brown. Blacksmith and Teamster by trade. Married father of two year old daughter. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  Wounded in action May 5, 1864.  No further record. Born in New York.

 

Shaw, George, Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 26.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  In Seminary Hospital.  No further record.

 

Shaw, Gilmore M., Washtenaw County. Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Mustered June 20, 1861. Sick and wounded in general hospital. No further record.

 

Sheets, Fredrick A., Ann Arbor, Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, as 4th Sergeant, June 20, 1861, for 3 years, age 42. Gin Smith in a hotel.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 3, 1863.  Died July 25, 1863, of wounds received in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 3, 1863, shot in right arm and left leg. Buried Michigan Plot, E-#17 Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Born in Virginia.

 

Sherman, William H.Hillsdale. Entered service in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, at organization as First Lieutenant, February 8, 1864, at Hillsdale, for 3 years, age 21. Resided with his parents and two siblings. Commissioned April 5, 1864.  Mustered April 5, 1864. On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Resigned on account of disability September 13, 1864. Born in Michigan.

 

Sherry, Thomas, Muir.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862, by a gun shot wound. Corporal March 7, 1863.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 29, 1864. Resided in Ionia, Michigan after service.

 

Shick, Charles, Steuben, Indiana. Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability April 19, 1862. Resided in Jackson, Michigan after service. Buried Mt. Evergreen Cemetery, Jackson, Michigan.

 

Showers, Andrew J., Jackson County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged by order No. 154, at Washington, D. C., November 25, 1862, to enlist the 5th U. S. Battery.

 

Silsbee, John O. ( also known as George W.), Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 31. Height 5’6”. Complexion dark. Eyes gray. Hair brown. Blacksmith by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Admitted to Satterlee General Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on August 10, 1862. Discharged for disability at Baltimore, Maryland, August 21, 1862 for chronic rheumatism and debility. Reenlisted in Company B, Fourth Michigan Infantry (re-organized) on August 25, 1864 at Hudson, Michigan. Deserted on June 16, 1865 at Nashville, Tennessee. Died from chronic dementia and pneumonia on March 30,1877 at St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Washington D.C., Maryland. Buried in grave #243 in the hospital's East Cemetery. Born in Cayuga County, New York.

 

Silsby, Frederick R., Hamburg Township, Livingston County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Sent to West Philadelphia Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on August 8,1862 for treatment of. No record of his return to the regiment after being discharged from thereon October 21st,1862. Pension records state that Private David Low mentioned the night-time burial of Fredrick Silsby, who died of small pox following his return to the regiment near Snickers Gap, Virginia, in November of 1862. Dropped from the rolls at Beverly Ford, per G. O. No. 92, War Department of ‘62, August 20, 1863.

 

Silsby, James Phineas, Wayne County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24.  Married, one year old boy. Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded in the left shoulder Mechanicsville, Virginia, by a shell fragment. Wounded at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862 same shoulder. Admitted to hospital for five weeks. Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Held at Belle Island, Virginia,  February 21, 1864 sent Andersonville, Georgia until September 3, 1864 , and then  sent to Savannah, Georgia.  Exchanged on November 9, 1864. Discharged at Detroit, Michigan, January 5, 1865. Doctor after war. Resided in Kansas after service eventually moving to Alvin Texas where he died on  August 20,1893 .  Born on June 21,1837 in Michigan.

 

Simmons, Watson C., Hillsdale County. Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Mustered June 20, 1861. March 18, 1862, tied up for leaving camp with Corporal Augustus Barker. Discharged for disability at Georgetown, April 22, 1862.

 

Skirvin, Charles M., Sherman.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, January 12, 1863, at Sherman, age 18.  Wounded slightly at Gettysburg, July 2, 1863. On detached service with Company C, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Hospital Steward, Second Class, January 6, 1865. Admitted to Harper Hospital, Detroit, Michigan, July 2, 1865. Acting Hospital Steward while in hospital.  Mustered out at Detroit, Michigan, October 31, 1865.

 

Skirvin, Francis MEnlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Had his index finger shot off. Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Resided in Sturgis, Michigan after service. Died August 18, 1896. Buried in Oak Lawn Cemetery, Sturgis, Michigan.

 

Slater, John M., Franklin. Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 32. Height 5’8”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair brown. Farm laborer by trade. Married, father of three children; ages 15, 8, and 2 years of age, also elderly father resided with him. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Sergeant.  Discharged for disability at Alexandria, Virginia, November 20, 1862. Resided in New Haven, Michigan after war. Buried Franklin Township Cemetery, Tipton, Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Sloan, William H., Amboy.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Farmer by trade. Died of disease typhoid at regimental hospital, at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, December 3, 1861. Buried Military Asylum Cemetery, Washington, D.C. Born in Rose, New York.

 

Slocum, Jeremiah D., Adrian.  Entered service in Company B, Fourth Infantry, as First Lieutenant, at organization, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24. Book seller by trade resided at Col. Woodbury hotel. Commissioned to date May 16, 1861. Mustered June 20, 1861. Commissioned Captain, Company I, June 20, 1861. Absent with leave July to September 1862. Resigned and honorably discharged September 28, 1862 because of disability. Suffer from rheumatism after war. Resided in Jersey, New Jersey after service. Born in New York.

 

Smith, Ames, Cambridge. Enlisted in Company F.Fourth Infantry, February 1864 at Detroit, for 3 years, age 28. Height 4’1”. Complexion dark. Eyes dark. Hair dark. Born in Michigan. No further record.

 

Smith, Albert, Hudson.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 15. Height 6’. Complexion sandy. Eyes blue. Hair sandy. Resided with older brother and wife. Mustered June 20, 1861. Promoted to Corporal August 1862. Wounded and missing in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863, wounded and left on field.  No further record. Born in New York.

 

Smith, Austin T., Iosco.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Farmer by trade. Resided with parents and two younger siblings.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Corporal.  Died of disease in camp near Falmouth, Virginia, March 8, 1863. Buried in Wright Cemetery, Parkers Corner, Michigan. Born in 1840 in New York.

 

Smith, Charles, Girard. Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal. June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18. Farm laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. On recruiting service in Michigan since August 12, 1862. Discharged due to appointment as of Second Lt. Ninth Michigan Cavalry, on March 27, 1863.  First Lt. January 17, 1864. Capt., August 19, 1865. Mustered out as First 1st Lt. July 21, 1865, and honorably discharged. Born in Michigan.

 

Smith, George, Wayne County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Student at time of enlistment. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Washington, D. C., July 20, 1861. Born in Michigan.

 

Smith, George W., Ingham County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, for 3 years, age 18. Farm laborer by trade. Resided on farm with parents and siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Washington, D. C., August 20, Buried Pleasant View Cemetery, Blissfield, Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Smith, Herman, See Evans, Heeman

 

Smith, Hubert D.Litchfield. Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23. Height 5’8”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown. Farmer by trade. Resided on parents’ farm with two younger siblings  Mustered June 20, 1861. Wagoner. Appointed Sergeant August 1, 1861. In Hospital June, 1862 by mistaken overdose of Vieatsum Vivide. Discharged at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 13, 1864. Resided in Litchfield, Michigan after service. Died 1905. Buried Mt. Hope Cemetery, Litchfield, Michigan. Born in Litchfield, Michigan.

 

Smith, Jackson, H., Washtenaw County. Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, September 20, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years. Age 16. Mustered September 20, 1861. Missing on the march to Frederick, Maryland, June 27, 1863. Transferred to the Navy, July 20, 1863. Resided in Evart, Michigan after service. Born in Michigan.

 

Smith, James P., Detroit. Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, November 3, 1862, at Detroit, age 17. Holster by trade Wounded slightly in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863. Transferred to Invalid Corps at Washington, D. C., per G. O. No. 24, January 15, 1864.  Born in Pennsylvania. 

 

Smith, Jarvis B., Hillsdale County. Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years. Age 24. Height 5’1”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair dark. Farmer by trade. Resided on parents’ farm with three siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Deserted on the march through Washington, D. C., September 12, 1862. Mustered out in 1864. Suffered from impaired hearing and rheumatism. Resided Presque Isle, Michigan after war. Born in Jonesville, Michigan.

 

Smith, John, Hudson, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 17. Height 5’6”. Complexion dark. Eyes gray. Hair brown. Farmer by trade. Resided on parents’ farm with two younger siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 29, 1864. Buried Woodland Cemetery, Monroe, Michigan. Born in Michigan.

 

Smith, John T., Blissfield.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, August 25, 1862, age 18. Height 5’?”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown. Cooper by trade. Discharge for disability at camp, January 1, 1863. Buried in Deerfield Cemetery, Deerfield, Michigan.

 

Smith, Joseph L., Hudson.  Entered service in Company F, Fourth Infantry, as Second Lieutenant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 31.  Married father of three and two year old. Commissioned to date May 16, 1861.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded in action at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862, resulting in amputation of left leg.  Resigned and honorably discharged March 7, 1863. Reenlisted in the Veteran Reserve Corps as a Lieutenant on September  30, 1863. Mustered out August 16, 1865. Resided in Dover, Michigan after service. Admitted to Old Solders home Dayton, Ohio June 20, 1867 still a resident in 1880. Died May 30, 1882.  Born in New Hampshire.

 

Smith, Julius D., Livingston County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Printer by trade.   Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability July 27, 1861.  Died 1897. Buried Lakeview Cemetery, Howell, Michigan. Born in Michigan.

 

Smith, Lorenzo C., Franklin. Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Carpenter and Joiner by trade. Resided on parents’ farm along with  six siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861. Corporal.  Sergeant. Died May 28, 1864, in Emory Hospital, Washington, D.C., of wounds received in action at Laurel Hill, Virginia. Shot in leg below knee; leg amputated. Buried National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia.

 

Smith, Marvin (Veteran), Rollin. Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, as Musician Fifer, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years,  age 29. Height 5’6¾”. Complexion dark. Hair dark. Copper by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for re-enlistment December 29, 1863.  On detached service with Company C, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company I, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865. Discharged at San Antonio, Texas, February 23, 1866.  Suffered from chromic diarrhea after war. Resided in Addison, Michigan after service. Died November 15, 1892. Born on October 28, 1828 in New York.

 

Smith, Nathaniel M. (Veteran), Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Height 5’7”. Complexion dark. Eyes black. Hair dark. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 2, 1864. Resided in Lawton, Michigan after war. Born in Pennsylvania.

 

Smith, Oliver S. (Veteran), Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22. Farm laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Re-enlisted December 29, 1863, at Perry.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  Sergeant.  Missing in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Prisoner of war held at Belle Island, Richmond, Virginia. Returned September 4, 1863. On detached service with Company E, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia. Wounded in action, shot in leg, May 5,  1864.  Discharged  to accept commission as Captain, 123rd U. S. Colored Infantry, June 20, 1865.  Died November 10, 1889. Buried Oak Hill Cemetery, Owosso, Michigan. Born in Michigan.

 

Smith, Olney J. (Veteran), Litchfield. Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Height 5’1”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair light. Farmer by trade. Resided with parents and two siblings.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability because of wounds at Warrentown, Virginia, November 17, 1862.  Re-entered service in Company C, Sixth Infantry.  Enlisted February 24, 1864, at Litchfield for 3 years, age 22.  Mustered February 27, 1864. Mustered out at New Orleans, Louisiana, August 20, 1865. Resided in Schuyler, Nebraska after service. Born in Jackson County, Michigan.

 

Smith, Washington I., Washtenaw County. Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 26.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Died of wounds while in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.

 

Smith, William, Hillsdale.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Height 5’5”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Blacksmith by trade.  Resided with his parents and five siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Fairfax Seminary, Virginia, by order of General Wadsworth, January 20, 1863. Born in Scipio, Michigan.

 

Smith, William E., Hudson.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, September 14, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 17. Painter by trade. Mustered September 28, 1861.  Died of disease at camp near Falmouth, Virginia, January 1, 1863. Resided in Wales, Michigan after service Buried Lambs Cemetery, Lambs, Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Smith, William Hayden  (Veteran), Stockbridge.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20. Height 5’6”.  Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown. Post Office Clerk by trade. Resided with parents and siblings. Family avid Abolitionist,  Mustered June 20, 1861. Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864. Recommended for promotion by officers of the 4th Michigan June 14, 1864, for Meritorious Conduct upon the fields of recent battle. On detached service with First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Sergeant Major First Infantry.  Commissioned First Lieutenant, Company H, First Infantry, November 1, 1864.  Mustered November 23, 1864.  Commanding company from January 1, 1865, to June 1, 1865.  Mustered out near Jeffersonville, Indiana, July 9, 1865. Was in the following battles:  Wilderness, Spotsylvania, North Anna, Tolopotomy Creek, Bethesda Church, Petersburg, Weldon R. R., Peebles Farm and Hatcher’s Run. One brother in 3rd Michigan Infantry. Resided in Michigan after service. In the trade of Real Estate after war. Died in December 19, 1917 Cheboygan, Michigan. Buried in Fairview Cemetery, Gaylord, Michigan.  Born on November 3, 1840  in Stockbridge, Michigan.

 

Smith, William H., Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Taken prisoner at battle of Mine Run, Virginia, November 27, 1863.  Discharged at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, March 25, 1865. Resided in Youngstown, Ohio after service. Buried Perryville Cemetery, Fenner, New York.

 

Snyder, Andrew C., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, January 13, 1862.

 

Spade, Abraham, Allen.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Height 5’8”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Farm laborer by trade. Lived with widow mother; had four younger siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861. Detail to the Balloon Corps. Columbia Armory. Washington D.C. Rejoined regiment, November 2, 1861. Brought up  charges March 1, 1862 slept on post. Found guilty.  Killed in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862. Had two brothers in service. Resided Dunkirk, New York before moving to Michigan. Born in Massachussetts.

 

Spafford, Charles R., Tecumseh. Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 26. Printer by trade. Married, father of two year old son. Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability at Washington, D.C., August 3, 1861. Resided in Rollin, Michigan after service. Born in New York.

 

Spalding, George W. (Veteran), Frenchtown.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, as First Sergeant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24. Clerk in Frenchtown, Michigan and School Teacher in Monroe. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Commissioned First Lieutenant, Company B, August 5, 1861.  Commissioned Captain January 13, 1862. Wounded in action July 1, 1862. Resigned July 18, 1862.  Re-entered service as Lieutenant Colonel, Eighteenth Infantry, at organization.  Commissioned July 18, 1862.  Mustered September 2, 1862.  Provost Marshal from June 14, 1863, to January, 1864.  Resigned to accept promotion February 21, 1864.  Colonel, Twelfth Tennessee Cavalry, February 21, 1864.  Brevet Brigadier General, U. S. Volunteers, March 21, 1865, for valuable services in battle of Nashville, Tennessee.  Honorably discharged October 24, 1865.  After war, Postmaster, Special Agent of Treasury, Mayor of Monroe, Board of Education. Director of the 1st National Bank and Lawyer. Died at 5 o'clock am on September 13,1915 and buried in Woodland Cemetery, Monroe, Michigan. Born on November 12, 1836 in Blairgowrie, Pertshire, Scotland. 

 

Spath, Frederick, Monroe. Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded twice in left thigh with buckshot May 3, 1863 at Chancellorsville, Virginia. Stayed behind at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania to care for regiments wounded. Transferred to Invalid Corps September 1, 1863, by G. O. No. 302, War Department. Discharged June 30,1864. Resided in Monroe, Michigan after service. Suffered from rheumatism and eventually died of heart disease on August 15,1887. Buried Trinity Lutheran Cemetery, Monroe, Michigan. Laborer by trade. Born on October 19, 1840 in Germany (Bavaria).

 

Spellman, Frank, LaGrange, Indiana.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, as 2nd Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Killed in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862.

 

Spence, James K., Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 28.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 28, 1864.

 

Spencer, Le Roy Milton, Flowerfield.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, September 18, 1862, at Handy, age 16. Height 5’9”. Complexion dark. Eyes gray. Hair dark. Farmer by trade. Musician as Drummer.  Discharged by G. O. No. 94, War Department, at Washington, D. C., June 5, 1865.  Resided on parents’ farm with two younger siblings. Suffered from chronic diarrhea after war. Died July 23, 1930. Resided in Marquette, Michigan, after war. Buried Park Cemetery, Marquette, Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Spencer, Samuel H., Hillsdale. Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry.  Age 15. Missing in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862.  On detached service with Company K, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Discharged at Washington, D. C., June 5, 1865. Died in 1930. Buried in Oak Hill Cemetery, Owosso, Michigan. Born in Ohio.

 

Spencer, Tenant R., Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 29.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Admitted to hospital at Harrison’s Landing, Virginia. August 10, 1862 for chronic diarrhea. Died of the disease (dysentery) at 6:30 a.m. at the West Philadelphia Military Hospital, November 15,1862. Buried in Mt. Moriah Cemetery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

 

Sperry, Alford E., Adrian.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Resided with his parents and four siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded and taken prisoner at Malvern July 1, 1862.  Returned to regiment at Harrison’s Landing, Virginia, August 20, 1862.  Died of disease at Falmouth, Virginia, April 20, 1863. Buried National Cemetery Fredericksburg, Virginia. Born in Connecticut.

 

Spies, Joseph, Cleveland, Ohio.  Enlisted in Band, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 36. Painter and musician by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at Harrison’s Landing, Virginia, August 10, 1862. Born in Germany.

 

Spoors, Robert, Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, September 19, 1861, at Hudson.  Mustered September 23, 1861.  Discharged for disability April 19, 1862; lost leg in Virginia. Admitted to Old Soldiers Home, Dayton, Ohio, for chest ulcers November 3, 1867. Died on May 14, 1884. Buried Scadin Cemetery, Washtenaw County, Michigan. Born in Ohio.

 

Springer, Arnold D., Oakland County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 15. Resided on his parents’ farm.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Missing in action at Battle of Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 12, 1862.  Transferred to Invalid Corps, August 1, 1863, by G. O. No. 271, War Department. Born in Michigan.

 

Springer, Jerome, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, February 24, 1862, at Adrian, for 3 years, Mustered February 24, 1862.  Discharged for disability at Bealton, Virginia, March 8, 1864.

 

Springstead, Joseph, see Richards, Albert D.

 

Stacey, George H., Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded and missing in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Returned from missing in action August 1, 1863. Discharged at Detroit, Michigan, August 7, 1866 to date June 28, 1864.  Resided in Brooklyn, Michigan after service. Buried Highland Cemetery, Brooklyn, Michigan.

 

Staley, John M., Jonesville.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, as 1st Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22. Height 5'10”. Complexion dark. Eyes gray. Hair dark. Blacksmith and Clerk in drug store by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Sergeant.  Wounded in action, shot in hip at Wilderness, Virginia, May 5, 1864.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service, May 5, 1864. Married; no children. Born in Wurttemberg, Germany.

 

Stanback, Philip, Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Farm laborer by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863, in left leg.  In hospital, York, Pennsylvania.  Wounded and in general hospital, Germantown, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863. Transferred to V.R.C. January 31, 1864. Re-enlisted in the 22nd Veteran Reserve Corps as Sergeant, Company D, April 16, 1864. Mustered out of the service November 18, 1865. Resided in Hillsdale, Michigan after service. Admitted to Old Soldiers Home, Dayton, Ohio April 23, 1902, released February 12, 1902. Born in Michigan.

 

Stark, Jacob H., Allen. Enlisted in Company D, Fifth New York Infantry for two years.  April 25, 1861. Age 34. Height 5’7”. Complexion dark. Hair brown. Eyes gray. Student by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  6th Corporal, August 14, 1861; 3rd Corporal, October 28, 1861; 2nd Corporal, January 20, 1862. Detailed to Color Guard; promoted 1st Corporal, July 29, 1862. Scalded foot, September 15, 1862, sent to hospital in Sharpsburg, Maryland, September 18, 1862. Sent sick with fever to Washington, September 29, 1862. Sick at Hospital Fort Schuyler, New York, October to December 1862, returned to regiment January 1863. Promoted 5th Sergeant March 9, 1863.  Mustered out with Company.  May 14, 1863. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 23, 1864, at Allen, for 3 years, age 27.  Mustered March 3, 1864.  First Sergeant April 5, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Commissioned First Lieutenant September 13, 1864.  Mustered March 16, 1865.  Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, by order, June 6, 1865.  Mustered out at Houston, Texas, May 26, 1866. Resided in Ann Arbor, Michigan after service. Died April 18, 1892.  Buried Riverside Cemetery, Clinton, Michigan. Born in Wurttemberg, Germany.

 

Starr, Eli L., Centreville.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, as 2nd  Sergeant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862.

 

Stedman, Edwin A., Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 27. Marble engraver by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Transferred to Band, September 1, 1861.  Discharged at Harrison’s Landing, Virginia, August 10, 1862.  Enlisted in Band, Second U.S. Cavalry, August 11, 1862.  Discharged at Nonrovia Station, Maryland, August 11, 1865. Died 1906. Buried in Oak Hill Cemetery, Owosso, Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Stephens, William H., St. Joseph County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18. Farm laborer by trade. Resided with his parents and two younger siblings.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Ft. Woodbury, September 13, 1861. Born in Michigan.

 

Stevens, John W., Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 37. Tailor by trade. Married; father of two children, ages 3 and 1. Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded in action at Chickahominy, June 27, 1862. Sick and wounded in general hospital and in convalescent camp, Alexandria, Virginia. No further record. Born in Pennsylvania.

 

Stevens, Joseph W., Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Taken prisoner June 29, 1862.  Discharged for disability at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, December 3, 1862. Enlisted in Company B, First Michigan Sharpshooters, Kalamazoo. Sergeant and drill master. Captured held at Andersonville, Georgia on the Sultana disaster. Resided in Buffalo, New York after service.

 

Stevens, (or Stephens), Nelson, Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability December 11, 1861 at Miner’s Hill.

 

Stevenson, Isaiah, Wayne County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years. Musician Bugler. Age 27. Plasterer by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Detached as General Morell’s Bugler. Transferred to Invalid Corps at Washington, D.C., August 1, 1863.  Discharged from Company A, Twelfth Veteran Reserve Corps, at Washington, D.C., June 21, 1864. Resided in Detroit, Michigan after war. Born in Ireland.

 

Stewart, William S., Monroe.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Detroit, Michigan, July 1862. Resided in Exeter Township, Michigan after service. Died in 1909 and buried in McIntire Cemetery. Born in 1838 in Canada.

 

Stiles, GeorgeEnlisted in unassigned, Fourth Infantry, February 11, 1864, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22. Mustered February 13, 1864.  Deserted at Detroit, Michigan, February 25, 1864.

 

Stillson, Melvin, Tecumseh. Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 30. Height 5’7½”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light.  Shoemaker by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability chronic rheumatism, at Fort Woodbury, Alexandria, Virginia, September 12, 1861. Re-enlisted Company K, Third Cavalry as First Sergeant. Promoted Second Lt. Company M, November 1, 1862. Resigned January 23, 1864. Resided in Otsego, Michigan after service.  Admitted to Old Soldiers Home, Grand Rapids, Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Stilwell, James I., Litchfield.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Height 5’1”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair dark. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Corporal. Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863. Discharged at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, January 13, 1865. Resided in Litchfield, Michigan after war. Born in Hillsdale County, Michigan.

 

Stoddard, Edgar C., Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Merchant by trade in father’s store. Resided with his parents and three siblings. Brother of Herbert. Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged September 1, 1861. Born in Michigan.

 

Stoddard, Herbert Lee, Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Merchant by trade in father’s store. Resided with his parents and three siblings. Brother of Edgar.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged September 1, 1861. Resided in Chicago, Illinois after service. Born in Michigan.

 

Stoddard, Nolton F., Brownstown.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, Age 29. Height 6’¼”. Carpenter by trade. Resided with parents and three siblings. Brother of William H. Mustered June 20, 1861. Sergeant September 1, 1861.  First Sergeant.   Commissioned Second Lieutenant January 15, 1862.  Resigned and honorably discharged November 4, 1862.  Because of aggravated asthma. Resided in Detroit, Michigan after service. Died December 6, 1895. One of the founder of Detroit Edison Company, also President of Markly Engineering Company, Detroit, Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Stoddard, William H., Gibraltar.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22. Laborer by trade.  Resided with parents and three siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability. July 20, 1861. Re-enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry October 24, 1862. Discharged for disability at Washington, D.C., August 1863. Brother of Nolton. Resided in Gibraltar, Michigan after service.

 

Stone, Henry C., Hudson. Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, September 16, 1861, for 3 years.  Age 21. Farm laborer by trade.  Resided with parents and two younger sisters. Mustered September 16, 1861.  Wounded severely in action at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 13, 1862.  Discharged for disability at Detroit, Michigan, March 10, 1863. Buried at National Cemetery, Los Angeles, California. Born in Michigan.

 

Stone, Oliver P., Hudson.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Corporal.  Discharged at Washington, D.C., by G. O. No. 154, War Department, November 20, 1862. Re-enlisted in the Fifth U.S. Artillery same date. Resided in Seneca, Michigan after service.

 

Stroms, Abram W., Lima. Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 24, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years. Farm laborer by trade. Resided on parents’ farm with two siblings.  Mustered August 31, 1861. Missing in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Discharged at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, August 22, 1865. Buried Porter Cemetery, Washtenaw County, Michigan. Born in Michigan.

 

Storms, James Harvey, LaGrange, Indiana.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 26.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Carpenter and contractor by trade. Discharged for disability October 15, 1861. Died of heart failure in Waterloo, Iowa on November 1,1901. Buried in Fairview Cemetery, Waterloo, Iowa. Born in New York state on April 28, 1834.

 

Stott, MarkEnlisted in Company I Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 30.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Corporal.  Wounded in action May 5, 1864.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Died June 11, 1896 and buried in St. Catherine’s Cemetery, Ontario, Canada.

 

Stout, Amos, Adrian. Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20. Laborer by trade. Never mustered. Enlisted in Company D, Sixth Infantry, March 20, 1864, at Palmyra, for 3 years. Mustered March 30, 1864. Discharged on Surgeon’s certificate of disability at New Orleans, Louisiana, August 1, 1865. Born in Michigan.

 

Stout, William, Wayne County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Taken prisoner at Chancellorsville, Virginia, May 2, 1863. Buried Mt. Evergreen Cemetery, Jackson, Michigan.

 

Strang, EdwardEnlisted in Band, Fourth Infantry, as Musician, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 34. Gun Smith by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at Harrison’s Landing, Virginia, August 10, 1862, by order War Department. Brother-in-law of musician of Antone Dreher. Resided in Cleveland, Ohio after service. Died of Capillary Bronchitis on January 8, 1905 and buried in Woodland Cemetery, Cleveland, Ohio. Born in Germany. 

 

Strong, Amos (Veteran), Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 31, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  Wounded in action; shot in arm May 5, 1864.  On detached service with Company K, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865. Discharged at Detroit, Michigan, August 5, 1865. Buried North Lawn Cemetery, North Adam, Michigan.

 

Strong, Edward,  See Strang, Edward

 

Strong, Henry NEntered service in Fourth Infantry as Chaplain at organization, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 35. Episcopal Clergyman by trade. Commissioned to date May 16, 1861.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Resigned and honorably discharged July 20, 1862. Resided in Milwaukee, Wisconsin after war. Died of apoplexy August 6, 1886 at St. Marks Home & Hospital, Grand Rapids. Born in Michigan.

 

Stuart, (or Stewart), Edwin, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, February 23, 1862.  Discharged for disability at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, December 12, 1862.

 

Statson, Joseph F., Hudson, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 31. Height 5’6”. Complexion sandy. Eyes blue. Hair sandy. Farmer by trade. Resided with his elderly mother as only son.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Died of congestion of the lungs at camp near Falmouth, Virginia, March 1, 1863. Born in New York.

 

Sullinger, Asa, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 31. Height 5’8”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Farmer by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Washington, D.C., August 3, 1861. Suffered from kidney and liver disease. Resided in Bethany, Michigan after war. Born in New York.

 

Sumner, Edward, Sylvan. Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, September 13, 1861, for 3 years.  Age 21. Height 5’11½”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light brown. Farm laborer by trade. Resided with six siblings.  Mustered October 1, 1861.  Corporal July 1, 1862. Wounded while advancing May 4, 1863 at Chancellorsville, Virginia. Middle finger on left hand amputated in general hospital.  Transferred to Invalid Corps, Washington, D.C., September 1, 1863, G. O. No. 320, War Department, ‘63. Honorably discharged on October 1,1864. After the war he resided in Traverse City, Michigan, until  he died (of shock following an operation for a strangulated hernia ) on March 12, 1918.  Born on November 18,1839 in Chelsea, Michigan.

 

Sutherland, Henry William. Drafted from Jefferson, Hillsdale County, for 9 months, age 30.  Height 5’6”. Complexion fair. Eyes blue. Hair brown. Farmer by trade. Mustered February 24, 1863. Assigned to Company E, Fourth Infantry.  Joined regiment at Falmouth, Virginia, March 23, 1863.  Transferred to Company H.  Discharged at expiration of term of service at Bealton, Virginia, November 11, 1863. Resided in Adams, Michigan after war. Died September 19, 1886. Buried East Hill Cemetery, Osseo, Michigan. Born in Onondaga, New York.

 

Suzor, Joseph, Monroe County. Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability rheumatism on April 12, 1863. Resided in Texas, Wisconsin after service.

 

Swartout, (or Swarthout), Thomas.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, September 24, 1861, at Adrian, age 26.  Mustered September 24, 1861.  Killed in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862.

 

Sweet, William, Salem. Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 34.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Warrentown, Virginia, November 17, 1862 because liver trouble by falling while in service. Re-entered Company H, Ninth Michigan Cavalry May 9, 1863. Mustered out June 12, 1865. Resided in Salem, Michigan after war.

 

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Tarsney, James, Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, as 7th Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23. Brother of John and Thomas. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at the Wilderness, Virginia, May 5, 1864. Born in Michigan.

 

Tarsney, John, Ransom.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, August 26, 1862, at Hillsdale, age 17. Height 5’6½”. Complexion fair. Eyes gray. Hair gray. Farm laborer by trade. Mother signed a consent form because of his age. Brother of Thomas and James.  In hospital early fall of 1862, returned to regiment October 3, 1862. Wounded slightly at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 1862. Taken prisoner at Battle of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863. Color Bearer. On detached service with Company K, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Taken prisoner at Wilderness, Virginia, May 5, 1864.  Held at Belle Island, Andersonville, and Millens Prisons. Returned to regiment at Petersburg, Virginia, January 10, 1865.  Discharged at Washington, D.C., June 5, 1865. After war graduated from U of M in 1867, admitted to the bar. Resided in Kansas City, Missouri after service. City Attorney, Kansas City, Kansas. Elected to three terms in Congress, appointed by President Cleveland to Supreme Court of Oklahoma. Died in Kansas City, Kansas, September 4, 1920. Born in Michigan.

 

Tarsney, Thomas (Veteran), Ransom.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, October 8, 1861, for 3 years. Age 16 Resided in Grand Rapids, Michigan after service. Brother of John and James.  Mustered October 8, 1861. Promoted 1st Corporal May 16, 1863. Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  Corporal.  Wounded in action shot in hand, May 5, 1864.  On detached service with Company K, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  First Sergeant July 1, 1865.  Discharged to date February 15, 1866.  Born in Michigan. After war worked on the Railroad in Denver, Colorado.

 

Tasker, Richard (Veteran), Steuben, Indiana.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22. Farm laborer by trade. Resided on parents’ farm with six younger siblings.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Returned to regiment October 6, 1863.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  Corporal. Wounded at Wilderness, Virginia, May 5, 1864. Operated on the May 5 and 25, amputated right arm. Died at Finley Hospital, Washington, D.C., June 7, 1864, on account of wounds received in action. Buried Arlington National Cemetery, Virginia.  Born in England.

 

Taylor, Adison A.La Salle, Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Had six younger siblings.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Born in Michigan.

 

Taylor, David, Wayne, New York.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged at Alexandria, Virginia, November 1, 1862. Transferred to Second United States Cavalry, October 1, 1862.  Resided in Harrison, Michigan. Suffered from chronic diarrhea after war.

 

Taylor, Edward Henry Courtney, Trenton.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Height 5’9”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair dark. Tutor at time of enlistment.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Sergeant Major June 1, 1863. Wounded in action May 8, 1864; shot in foot.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 28, 1864.  Died August 13, 1905 St. Paul, Minnesota. Born on January 27, 1840 in Geneva, New York.

 

Taylor, Edward M., Allen. Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18. Height 5’8½”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair brown. Farmer by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Corporal.  Wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863, severely in leg and foot, the ball entered at middle of thigh travel whole length of leg stopping at ankle. Admitted hospital at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Transferred to Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.  Ball extracted from ankle on October 13, 1863. Discharged on Surgeon’s certificate of disability at Rochester, New York, February 24, 1864. Buried at Wood National Cemetery, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Born in New York.

 

Taylor, John W.See Taylor,William J.

 

Taylor, Levi S., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23. Farmer by trade. Resided with parents and six siblings.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Resided in Jackson, Michigan after service. Suffered from kidney trouble after war.  Buried Woodland Cemetery, Jackson, Michigan. Born in Michigan.

 

Taylor, Mark W.,  Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, May 16, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded severely and missing in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863. Discharged on Surgeon’s certificate of disability at De Camp’s General Hospital, David’s Island, New York, June 7, 1864. Resided in Hillsdale, Michigan after service. Died May 1907. Buried Oak Grove Cemetery, Hillsdale, Michigan.

 

Taylor, Samuel, See Tyler, Samuel

 

Taylor, William John, Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability at Fairfax, November 28, 1862. Died on February 22, 1863. Buried  in Rice Cemetery, Milan, Michigan. Born on October 20, 1841.

 

Teachout, Charles, Dundee. Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded twice and taken prisoner at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862. Died while a prisoner.

 

Teachout, George W., Hillsdale. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 20, 1864, at Hillsdale, for 3 years, age 24.  Mustered April 5, 1864.  Killed in action near North Anna River, May 23, 1864.

 

Tenbrook, William Lowe (Veteran), Adrian.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, as Musician, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22. Farmer by trade. Resided on parents farm with four younger siblings.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability September 3, 1861.  Re-entered service December 5, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  Corporal July 1, 1862.  Sergeant, July, 1862.  Wounded in action May 5, 1864. Color Bearer, gunshot wound in left ankle. Admitted to Campbell Hospital, Washington, D.C. on June 21,1864.  On detached service with Company B, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Discharged to accept promotion September 27, 1864.  Commissioned First Lieutenant, Company A, Fourth Infantry, July 26, 1864. Earned his commission by Bravery. Mustered September 14, 1864.  Discharged to accept promotion March 4, 1865.  Commissioned Captain, February 9, 1865.  Mustered March 5, 1865.  Mustered out and honorably discharged to date, February 13, 1866. Died on March 29, 1899 in Missouri. Buried Austin Cemetery, Austin, Missouri. Born on May 21,1839 in Fairport, New York.

 

Ten Eyck Moseley, Litchfield.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 17. Height 6’. Complexion dark. Eyes blue. Hair dark. Farmer by trade. Had two younger siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability because of feebleness of constitution at, Ft. Woodbury, September 24, 1861. Born in Wyoming, New York.

 

Terpening, Henry, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, as Sergeant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Height 5’6”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown. Farmer by trade. Brother in-law of Simon Preston. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action July 1, 1862 fracture of the right thigh by a gun shot.  Discharged for disability at Baltimore, Maryland, October 16, 1862. Resided in Trimbelle, Pierce, Wisconsin after war. Born in Michigan.

 

Terpening, William Henry, Reading. Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 26. Height 6’. Complexion sandy. Eyes blue. Hair sandy. Carpenter by trade. Married; father of two children, ages 8 and 5. Brother-in-law to Simon Preston, brother of Henry. Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability at Washington, D.C., August 14, 1861. Reenlisted Company F, Fourth Infantry, January 26, 1864 Wounded shot in right hip Wilderness Virginia, May 5, 1864. Sent to hospital at Fredericksburg,Virginia for thirty days. Appointed Ward-master of the hospital. Mustered out January 20, 1866 San Antonio, Texas. Lived in Ellsworth, Wisconsin after the war. Died 1913. Buried Oakwood Cemetery, Adrian, Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Terwilliger, James, Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, October 5, 1861, at Hillsdale, for 3 years. Mustered October 8, 1861.  Killed in action at the Wilderness, Virginia, May 5, 1864. Shot in the head, brains spattered in face of Color Sergeant Seage and on Flag.

 

Terwilliger, Thomas D., Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, September 16, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years.  Mustered October 8, 1861.  Transferred to under G. O. No. 365, Invalid Corps November 15, 1863.  Transferred from Company I, Eleventh Regiment Invalid Corps, to Fourth Infantry, March 14, 1864.  On detached service with Company K, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Discharged at expiration of term of service at Weldon R. R., September 12, 1864.  Resided in, Pentwater, Michigan after war. Died in Hudson, Michigan in July of 1917 and was buried at Addison, Michigan.

 

Thewing, Edward. Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, as Private, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Died of typhoid fever Seminary Hospital, Georgetown, Virginia, October 5, 1861.

 

Thewing, Herman S.,  Hillsdale.  Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, March 26, 1864, at Hillsdale, for 3 years, age 18.  Mustered March 26, 1864. Wounded in battle at Bethesda Church, June 2, 1864, both legs, one amputated. Died June 19, 1864, at Mt. Pleasant Hospital, Washington, D.C., of wounds received in action. Buried National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia.

 

Thiell, William H., Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, as Sergeant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered June 20, 1861. First Sergeant.  Appointed Second Lieutenant July 1, 1862.  Commissioned First Lieutenant September 1, 1862.  Dismissed by sentence of court martial March 4, 1863, for overstaying his leave in Washington, D.C.  Resided in Chicago, Illinois after service. Died 1890. Buried Forest Home Cemetery, Forest Park, Illinois.

 

Thomas, Asahael, Rollin. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 23, 1864, at Rollin, for 3 years, age 44. Laborer by trade.  Mustered March 3, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864,  Petersburg, Virginia. Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, by order, June 6, 1865.  Absent, sick.  No further record. Born in Michigan.

 

Thomas, John J., St. Joseph County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 17.  Farm laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Washington, D.C., April 20, 1862. Admitted to the Old Soldiers Home, Dayton, Ohio June 23, 1893.  Born in New York.

 

Thompson, HughEnlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Died 1921. Mount Hope Cemetery, Litchfield, Michigan.

 

Thompson, James, Hudson.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, September 17, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years.  Mustered October 8, 1861. Died from wounds received in action at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 13, 1862. Buried Old Cemetery Hudson, Michigan.

 

Thompson, Wesley Joseph see Thomskin, Wesley Joseph

 

Thomskin, Wesley Joseph, Sturgis. Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, May 16, 1861, at Sturgis, for 3 years, age 18. Height 5’9”. Complexion dark. Eyes black. Hair dark.  Carpenter by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded by a shell wound in head and neck and lower back on April 5, 1862. Admitted to hospital at Fortress Monroe, Virginia. Transferred to Judiciary Square Hospital, Washington, D.C.  Discharged July 31, 1862. Re-enlisted in Company F, Second Michigan Infantry, March 31, 1864. Mustered April 8, 1864. Wounded left shoulder and captured on June 17, Petersburg, Virginia. Sent to Andersonville, Georgia.  Discharged at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 3, 1865. Was on the Sultana disaster on the Mississippi River, admitted Overton Hospital, Memphis, Tennessee.  Admitted to the Old Soldiers Home Dayton, Ohio, on  June 12, 1877 released January 11, 1881. Resided in Fort Wayne, Indiana after service. Died January 12, 1907.  Born in Pennsylvania.

 

Thrig, William G.See Triling, William

 

Thurlack, Charles, Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863 buried near the Rose Barn. Re-interned Michigan Plot, A-#15 Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

 

Thirston, Epaminondas, Colon.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Farm hand by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Sent to hospital August 12, 1862 sick for two months. Wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863 sent Summit House Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Wounded in action May 5, 1864. Shot through the neck, detached service with Company C, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at New York City, July 17, 1865. Stated that he was a prisoner of war Andersonville, Georgia Resided in Pullman, Washington after service. Born in Michigan.

 

Thwing, Edwin, Geauga County, Ohio.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 31.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Died of disease at Georgetown, D.C., October 5, 1861.

 

Tice, Peter, Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Deserted at Gaines’ Mill, June 24, 1862.  Found guilty forfeited $10 and 1 year extra service.  Brought up on same charges October 1, 1863 for not paying fine, found guilty and 15 months added to his enlistment.  On detached service with Company E, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Company B, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Discharged at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, August 4, 1865.

 

Tichnor, Henry (Veteran).  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  On detached service with Company B, First Infantry, by order, July 2,1864.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Honorably discharged at Detroit, Michigan, September 5, 1865.  Resided in Fairfield, Michigan after service.

 

Tillotson, George, Steuben, Indiana. Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 25. Height 6’. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown. Mechanic by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Corporal July 1, 1862.  Re-enlisted December 19, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  On detached service with Company B, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Sergeant.  Killed in action at Hatcher’s Run, Virginia, February 6, 1865.  Born in Ohio.

 

Todd, Artemus C., Girard.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, August 29, 1862, at Girard, age 16.  Mustered August 29, 1862.  Joined regiment in Virginia. On November 8, 1862. Died of disease at Falmouth, Virginia, December 12, 1862. Born in Michigan.

 

Todd, Elum J., Litchfield.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18. Height 5’5”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Farmer by trade. Resided with parents and three siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Died of disease, typhoid fever at Hygea Hospital, Fortress Monroe, Virginia, September 18, 1862. Born in Litchfield, Michigan.

 

Tolford, William H. (Veteran).  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, September 10, 1861, at Hudson for 3 years. Mustered September 10, 1861. Age 31. Height 5’8”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair black.  Farmer by trade. Re-enlisted as Corporal January 31, 1864.  Mustered February 1, 1864.  Killed in action at the Wilderness, May 5, 1864. Buried Maple Grove Cemetery, Hudson Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Tomlinson, Charles (Veteran), Clinton. Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18.  Resided with mother and younger sister. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  Killed in action near Richmond, Virginia, June 3, 1864. Buried in Riverside Cemetery, Clinton, Michigan. Born in Connecticut.

 

Tompson, James HEnlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Absent without leave.  No further record.

 

Tompkins, Joseph W., Sturgis. Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 30.  Carpenter and Joiner by trade.  Resided with Ebenezer French in a Sturgis Hotel before war Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded in the neck at siege of Yorktown, Virginia, May 1862. Discharged for disability at Washington, D.C., July 1, 1862.  Buried in Genesee County, Michigan. Resided in Dayton, Ohio after service.  Born in Pennsylvania.

 

Torpy, Silvanus E., Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 27.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability September 28, 1862 because of rheumatism. Resided in the State Veterans Home, Waupaca, Wisconsin after service.

 

Totten, Joseph, H., Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Suffered from chronic diarrhea after war. Resided in Dundee, Michigan after service.

 

Toupance, Chester (Veteran), Kalamazoo.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  Wounded in action May 5, 1864.  On detached service with Company C, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, February 26, 1866. Resided in Indiana. after service.

 

Tracey, George, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, September 16, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years.  Mustered September 16, 1861.  On detached service with Company K, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Discharged at expiration of term of service at Weldon, R. R., September 12, 1864.  Resided in Matherton, Michigan after service.

 

Train, Henry, Detroit.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, March 6, 1863, at Richfield, for 3 years, age 21. Height 5’5”. Complexion dark. Eyes hazel. Hair brown. Farmer by trade. Substitute for John W. Moon, drafted at Richfield, Genesee, February 10, 1863.  Joined the regiment at Falmouth, Virginia, March 23, 1863.  Deserted on the march to Frederick, Maryland, June 28, 1863. Born in Louisville, Kentucky.

 

Tripp, Edwin G., Mosherville.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Height 5’8”. Complexion light . Eyes blue. Hair light. Farm laborer by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Sergeant, January 1, 1863.  Died in First Division Fifth Corps Hospital, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 15, 1863, of wounds, shot in both legs received in action July 2, 1863. Buried Michigan Plot, E-#9 Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Born in  Massachusetts.

 

Tripp, Sylvester Sidney (Veteran), Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 25.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  On detached service with Company G, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Failed to return from furlough in Michigan, November 1, 1865.  Resided in Saline, Michigan after war. Suffered from rheumatism after service. Buried Oakwood Cemetery, Saline, Michigan.

 

Trombly, Richard, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Clerk by trade, worked in father’s store. Resided with parents and five siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability June 22, 1861. Born in Michigan.

 

Truair, Frank B., Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, as 5th Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years. Age 27. Height 5’9¾”. Married. Complexion dark. Eyes black. Hair black. Carpenter by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded at Harrison’s Landing, Virginia, July 3, 1862 by horse running him over after being startled by an exploding shell. The same shell wounded Wesley Robinson of the same company. Transferred to Invalid Corps, 2nd Battalion at Meridian Hill, Virginia, August 19, 1863. Died April 11, 1897.  Buried Riverside Cemetery, St. Charles, Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Tucker, John M., Livingston County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Corporal.  Discharged for disability at New York City, August 28, 1862, on account of wounds received in action at battle of Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 30, 1862.  Resided in Grass Lake, Michigan after war. Died 1904. Buried Berg Cemetery Born in New York.

 

Tuffs, John, Webster. Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18.  Farmer by trade. Resided on parents’ farm with five siblings. Brother of Richard. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Transferred to Battery D, Fifth U. S. Artillery, October 9, 1862.  Discharged at Sharpsburg, Maryland, per G. O. No. 154, October 25, 1862 because of rupture of the breast incurred in a fall May 16,1864 at expiration of term. Suffered from chronic diarrhea after service. Resided in Scio, Michigan after war. Died May 31, 1913 and buried in Forest Lawn Cemetery, Dexter, Michigan. Born in 1842 in England.

 

Tuffs, Richard William, Webster. Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Teamster by trade. Resided on parents’ farm with five siblings. Brother of John. Mustered June 20, 1861. Transferred to Battery D, Fifth U. S. Artillery, October 9, 1862.  Discharged at Sharpsburg, Maryland, by G. O. No. 154, October 25, 1862. Died in Dexter, Michigan on March 22, 1917. Buried in Forest Lawn Cemetery, Dexter, Michigan. Born in 1840 in England.

 

Tullinger, AsaSee Sullinger, Asa

 

Tunnicliff, Joseph W., Jr., Jackson.  Entered service in Fourth Infantry, as Surgeon, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 42. Surgeon by trade.  Commissioned to date May 16, 1861.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Transferred to First Infantry, as Surgeon, August 20, 1861.  Commissioned Surgeon First Infantry, at organization, August 17, 1861.  Mustered October 31, 1861.  Resigned and honorably discharged on Surgeon’s certificate of disability December 10, 1862. Appointed in 1863 by Governor Blair Assistant State Military Agent of Michigan, with Head-quarter in Washington, D.C.  Served until the end of the war. Died on March 20,1881. Buried Mount Evergreen Cemetery, Jackson, Michigan. Born in Michigan.

 

Turner, James H., Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  On detached service with ambulance corps, from November 1862 to May 1864.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Resided in Toledo, Ohio after service.

 

Turping, William HEnlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, January 26, 1864, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 36. Height 5’9”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair auburn. Mustered January 27, 1864.  Wounded in action, shot in thigh, May 5, 1864 at Wilderness, Virginia. Wounded again in action May 9, 1864, Laurel Hill, Virginia. On detached service with Company C, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 6, 1865.  Discharged for disability at San Antonio, Texas, January 20, 1866.  Born in New York.

 

Tuttle, James G., Wayne County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Height 5’7”. Complexion dark. Eyes gray. Hark black. Sailor by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Taken prisoner at Falls Church, Virginia, August 10, 1861.  Captured along with Stiles H. Wirts of the 4th while on picket. Held at Richmond, Virginia. Transferred to Castle Pinckney, Charleston, South Carolina. Transferred to Columbia, South Carolina, January 1, 1862 with few other men escaped on the ran for thirty-one days until recaptured at Winnsboro, Tennessee. Sent to Libby Prison, Richmond, Virginia. Paroled on May 20, 1862. Discharged for disability June 30, 1862.  Enlisted in Company A, Seventeenth Infantry, December 30, 1863, at Brownstown, for 3 years.  Mustered December 30, 1863.  Joined regiment at Annapolis, Maryland, April 9, 1864.  Transferred to Company B, Second Infantry, June 3, 1865.  Mustered out an honorably discharged at Delaney House, D.C., July 28, 1865. Resided in Clay, Michigan after service. Born in Michigan.

 

Tuttle, Moses S., Tecumseh.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 25, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 25. Carpenter by trade Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability chronic diarrhea July 11, 1862. Resided in Ypsilanti, Michigan after service. Died in 1915 and buried in Woodland Cemetery, Jackson, Michigan.  Born in 1835 in Michigan.

 

Tuttle, Smith, Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 25.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Sick and wounded in general hospital.  No further record.

 

Tyler, Samuel, Jackson. Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24. Height 6’. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair black. Farmer by trade. Married, no children.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Died at Washington, D. C., April 25, 1862, at the Patent Office, Washington, D.C. of accidental wounds received in action at Fairfax, Virginia, shot through both legs by a Union Cavalryman. March 12, 1862. Died April 25, 1862. Buried at Military Asylum Cemetery, Washington, D.C.  Born in Jackson County, Michigan.

 

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Underwood, Dexter, Tecumseh.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at Malvern, Virginia, July 1, 1862.

 

Upthegrove, Henry, Jonesville. Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18. Height 5’6”. Complexion dark. Eyes gray. Hair black. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability rheumatism at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, January 2, 1862. Re-enlisted in the Company F, Fifteenth Michigan Infantry as Color Sergeant. January 29, 1862.  Re-enlisted January 25, 1864 Scottsboro, Ala. Mustered out September 9, 1865. Suffered from rheumatism after service. Resided in Jackson, Michigan after war. Admitted to the Old Soldiers Home, Dayton, Ohio for rheumatism August 13, 1896, released March 12, 1905. Born in Allen, New York.

 

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Van Allen, Darwin G., Jonesville.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, as 3rd Sergeant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Farmer by trade. Had eight siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861. Reduced to ranks at his own request. Wounded at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862 being struck in the hip by a cannon ball.  Discharged for disability bad hip at David’s Island, New York, December 1862.  Enlisted in Company K, Twenty-seventh Infantry, at organization, December 21, 1863, at Hillsdale, for 3 years.  Mustered December 23, 1863.  Sergeant.  Taken prisoner at the Wilderness, Virginia, May 6, 1864, imprisoned at Andersonville, Georgia, but was exchanged. His father brought him home, but he lived only about a year. His brother was in 27th Michigan Infantry, who was captured at the same time and died in prison. Born in Tecumseh, Michigan.

 

Van Etten, PeterHudson. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 27, 1864, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 32.  Mustered March 2, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Deserted May 4, 1865.

 

Van Horn, Columbus, Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 27. Farm laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability December 20, 1862. Suffered from general disability. Resided in Northfield, Michigan after service.

 

Van Leiu, James J., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 43.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Sharpsburg, Maryland, October 27, 1862.

 

Van Olker, JohnCleveland, Ohio. Enlisted in Band, as 2nd Lt. Leader, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 35. Musician by trade. Resided with wife and five children; ages 11, 6, 5, 4, and 2. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged at Harrison’s Landing, Virginia, August 10, 1862. Resided in Cleveland, Ohio after service.  Born in Germany.

 

Van Scoter, Alonzo B., Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 30. Height 5’6”. Complexion dark. Eyes gray. Hair dark. Carpenter and joiner by trade. Resided with parents and two younger siblings.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Sergeant February 1, 1862.  Discharged for disability at York, Pennsylvania, December 22, 1862, on account of wounds received at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862, (loss of left arm). Resided in Concord, Michigan after service. Born in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

 

Van Valer, Cornelius B. (Veteran), Hillsdale County.  Entered service in Company D, Eighteenth Infantry, at organization, as Captain, for 3 years, age 46.  Master Carriage and Wagon maker by trade. Single parent of three children; ages 19, 15, and 5. Commissioned July 27, 1862.  Mustered August 26, 1862. Resigned at Nashville, Tennessee, August 1, 1863.  Re-entered service in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, as Captain, at organization, February 8, 1864, at Hillsdale, for 3 years.  Commissioned April 5, 1864.  Mustered April 5, 1864.  Mustered as Second Lieutenant February 15, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Brevet Major U. S. Volunteers September 30, 1864, for gallant services at battle of Peebles’ Farm, Virginia.  Commanding regiment February 1865.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 6, 1865.  Reported as of Company K, July 1865.  Resigned and honorably discharged October 2, 1865. Resided in Hillsdale, Michigan after service. Born in New Jersey.

 

Van Volkenburgh, Thomas, Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability at Washington, D.C., February 4, 1863, because of wound in left lung. Resided in Muskegon, Michigan after service.

 

Van Wagnen, Rynear, Allen. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 26, 1864, at Allen, for 3 years, age 36. Carpenter and overseer of plantations by trade.  Mustered March 3, 1864.  Corporal April 5, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Died of dysentery in Third Division Hospital, Alexandria, Virginia, on July 6, 1864. Buried in National Cemetery, Alexandria, Virginia. Born on May, 19,1827 in West Sparta, New York.

 

Vanakin, Adison, Wayne.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, February 1864, at Detroit, for 3 years. Resided with three sisters and parents.  Mustered  February 4, 1864. Age 29. Sent to Hospital soon after joining company. Born in Indiana.

 

Vance, Joseph, Hudson.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, September 10, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years.  Mustered September 10, 1861. Age 19. Height 6’3”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Farmer by trade.  Killed in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862. Born in New York.

 

Van Dawarca, George, Hudson. Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, February 8, 1864, at Detroit for 3 years, age 18. Height 5’3”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown. Cooper by trade.  Mustered February 9, 1864.  Wounded in action, shot in hand, May 5, 1864.  On detached service with Company C, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia. Discharged for disability, December 15, 1864. Resided in Reynolds, Michigan after service. Died November 10, 1908 Howard, Michigan. Born New York.

 

Vanderenter, William, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 26. Height 6’2”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair brown. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Philadelphia, November 28, 1862, because of wound from Seven Days’ Battles of 1862. Also suffered from diarrhea and neuralgia, an intermittent and often severe neural pain. Resided in Isabella, Michigan after service. Born in Illinois.

 

Vandemark, Abram, Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18. Height 5’7”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair brown. Laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability November 15, 1862 because of wound in the groin. Re-enlisted in Company E, Fifth Regular Artillery, February 2, 1864.  Discharged February 3, 1866. Resided in Liberty, Michigan after war. Born in New York.

 

Vanderpool, Oliver C., Jonesville.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 17. Only child resided with his parents. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at Malvern, July 1, 1862. Born in Onondaga, New York.

 

Vaneps, Cornelius, Pittsfield. Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, February 6, 1864, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 33. Height 5’10”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair black. Farmer by trade. Married, father of four; ages 11, 7, 5 and 4. Mustered February 24, 1864.  Wounded in face, shot through the jaw, losing seven teeth, May 5, 1864, at the Wilderness, Virginia. Admitted to Sickle General Hospital, Alexandria, Virginia May 14, 1864. On detached service with Company C, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865. Discharged at Detroit, Michigan, June 22, 1865 on account of wounds. Died 1893, buried in Glenwood Cemetery, Flint, Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Vanguilder, Orrin, Branch County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Farm laborer by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged at Alexandria, Virginia, by G. O. No. 154, December 24, 1862.  Transferred to U. S. Cavalry. Resided in Orleans, Michigan after service. Born in Ohio.

 

Vanhouton, Thaddeus, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 26. Height 5’7”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, January 6, 1862. Born in New York.

 

VanMeter, Madison, Litchfield.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Height 6’1”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair light. Farmer by trade. Resided with parents and three siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Died of disease, typhoid fever at Seminary Hospital, Georgetown, D.C., August 23, 1861. Born in New York.

 

Vanzant, Oliver, Calhoun County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action May 5, 1864.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864.

 

Vanzile, Riley E., Livingston County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Farm laborer by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Missing on march to Frederick, Maryland, June 27, 1863.Buried in Wright Cemetery, Parkers Corner, Michigan. Born in Ohio.

 

Vanzile, Wells, Livingston County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Transferred to Invalid Corps, July 16, 1863, G. O. No. 221, War Department. Died on May 24, 1868. Buried in Wright Cemetery, Parkers Corner, Michigan. Born in 1841.

 

Vaughn, Eugene, LaGrange, Indiana.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Sergeant.  Wounded slightly in action at battle of Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 12, 1862.  Missing in action at Chancellorsville, May 1, 1863.  Returned to regiment at Culpepper, Virginia, October 9, 1863.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service June 29, 1864.

 

Veness, Albert W.,  Fulton, Ohio. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 6, 1864, at Hillsdale, for 3 years, age 26. Blacksmith by trade. Married with a four year old daughter.  Mustered March 3, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 6, 1865.  Corporal May 1, 1866.  Mustered out at Houston, Texas, May 26, 1866. Resided in Prattsville, Michigan after service. Was one of four members at the last 4th reunion in 1928.  Born in New York.

 

Veness, John W.Hillsdale. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 24, 1864, at Hillsdale, for 3 years, age 18.  Mustered March 3, 1864. On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Missing in action August 21, 1864, at Weldon R. R., Virginia.  Taken prisoner.  Died of disease at Andersonville prison, Georgia, November 7, 1864.

 

Vesey, James William, Sturgis.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, as 3rd Sergeant, June 20, 1861, at  Adrian, for 3 years, age 18. Printer apprentice by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Commissioned Second Lieutenant November 18, 1862.  Mustered May 18, 1863, to date November 1, 1862.  Commanding Company I, from July to December 1863, and February and March, 1864. April 1, 1864 brought up charges of conduct unbecoming of an officer. Found guilty but acquitted. Died June 3, 1864 of wounds received in action near Richmond, Virginia, by unexploded shell. Resided with parents and two siblings. Born in Indiana. Brought up on charges of conduct unbecoming of an officer. Specs: 1. Used language to Pvt., “You dammed little snotty Fyste (small dog). 2. “Dammed little filbert. (Edible nut)”. 3. rubbed onions in the face of a private. 4. Drunk, hit a private between the eyes with his fist. 5. Offered to fight. 6. Pulled the cap down over a Pvt.’s face. Alcohol was involved Yes. Guilty: Yes. Sentence Acquitted. Fought with Pvt. Jagger Fox’s eye blacken by Waller.

 

Villett, Charles, La Salle. Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, May 16, 1861, for 3 years. Age 57. . Postmaster and Town Clerk by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Hospital Nurse in Washington. Discharged for disability at Washington, D.C., March 21, 1863. Born in France.

 

Vreeland, Michael James (Veteran), Brownstown.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry as Sergeant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22. Farmer by trade. Cousin to William Vreeland and Marshall Chapin of the 4th.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  First Sergeant January 13, 1862. Discharged to accept promotion June 1, 1862.  Commissioned Second Lieutenant, Company D, September 1, 1862.  Mustered to date May 12, 1863.  Transferred to Company I, September 21, 1861.  Commissioned First Lieutenant October 16, 1862.  Mustered October 16, 1863.  Commanding Company I from September 19, 1862 to April 1863.  Wounded, shot in breast and hand while in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863, in melee for regiment flag.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864.  Re-entered service as Captain, Company D, at reorganization.  Mustered September 14, 1864. Commissioned Lieutenant Colonel to date July 26, 1864.  Mustered October 14, 1864.  Mustered out and honorably discharged at Houston, Texas, May 26, 1866.  Brevet Colonel and Brigadier General U. S. Volunteers March 13, 1865, for gallant and meritorious services during the war. Light House Keeper in Gibraltar, Michigan after service. Died 1876 of wounds received in the war. Buried in Woodmere Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan. Born in 1838 in Michigan.

 

Vreeland, William J., Brownstown. Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 17. Height 5’11”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown. Farm laborer by trade. Cousin of Michael Vreeland and Marshal Chapman of the Fourth. Resided on parents’ farm with younger sister.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged on Surgeon’s certificate of disability July 30, 1861, because of dislocated elbow. Re-enlisted in the “New” Fourth Michigan Infantry, September 12, 1864. Mustered out July 2, 1865.  Resided in Flat Rock, Michigan after service. Died March 15, 1902, St. Mary Hospital, Detroit. Born in Michigan.

 

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Wademan, Charles H.,  Branch County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18. Farm laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Buried Fair Plains Cemetery, Grand Rapids, Michigan.

 

Wagner, Levi, Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged on account of disability October 22, 1861, Miner’s Farm, Virginia. Because of rheumatism. Re-enlisted in the Company K, Eighteenth Michigan Infantry Michigan August 11, 1862 at Monroe. Received a gun shot wound right shoulder Athens, Georgia.  Mustered out at Nashville, Tennessee June 26, 1865. Resided in Monroe, Michigan after service. Caretaker for the Smith GAR post in Monroe, Michigan after the war.  Born on July 16,1848 in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania.

 

Wait, Alonzo, Oxford. Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action July 1, 1862.  Discharged at Washington, D.C., January 12, 1863, on account of wounds received in action July 1, 1862. Born in Michigan.

 

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Walker, George A., Litchfield.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, August 25, 1862, at Hillsdale, age 25. In hospital fall of 1862, returned to regiment October 3, 1862. Missing in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863. Prisoner. Returned to Annapolis, Maryland, December 10, 1863.  Died of wounds received at Spotsylvania, Virginia. Buried National Cemetery, Fredericksburg, Virginia.

 

Walker, Hinckley, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability, chronic rheumatism at Washington, D.C., August 9, 1861.

 

Walker, Samuel G., Litchfield.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, as 8th Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years. Age 19. Height 5’9”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair dark. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Sergeant January 1, 1862.  Discharged to accept promotion July 18, 1862. Commissioned Second Lieutenant July 18, 1862.  Mustered July 18, 1862.  Wounded in action shot through the arm and back, at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863. Taken prisoner but escaped. Transferred to Invalid Corps September 15, 1863. Commanding company April 1, 1864 invalid Crops. Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Resided in Buffalo, New York after service. Born in Tecumseh, Michigan.

 

Walker, Warren E., Ann Arbor.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, August 12, 1862, age 20.  Clerk by trade in father’s hotel. Discharged for disability at Washington, D.C., October 31, 1863. In 1864 went south became a Wheelwright in the Quartermaster’s department. Resided with parents. Suffered from rheumatism after war. Resided in Ann Arbor, Michigan after service. Graduating from the University of Michigan as a Lawyer. In 1869 in Detroit organized the Porter Zouave’s elected 1st Lt. Born in New York.

 

Wallace, John, Lyndon. Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, February 1, 1864, at Pittsford, for 3 years, age 19. Height 5’6”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair sandy. Farm laborer by trade. Resided with parents and seven siblings. Mustered February 9, 1864.  On detached service with Company I, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Discharged at U.S. Hospital, York, Pennsylvania, May 19, 1865, gun shot wound left forearm and right shoulder Resided in Pittsford, Michigan after service.  Born in New York.

 

Waller, Francis, Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20. Blacksmith by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action at Wilderness, Virginia, May 5, 1864.  Shot in the right shoulder. Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 28, 1864. Resided in Wenona, Michigan after service. Born in New York.

 

Walser, Charles, Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24. Musician.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability August 15, 1862. Enlisted in Company D, First Sharpshooters, June 18, 1863, at Springport, for 3 years. Musician.   Mustered June 26, 1863Taken prisoner before Petersburg, Virginia, October 27, 1864.  Returned to regiment May 10, 1865.  Discharged at Washington, D.C., June  29, 1865.

 

Walsh,  James, Cincinnati, Ohio.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, March 6, 1863, at West China, age 20.  Shoemaker by trade. Substitute for Peter Robel, drafted from West China, St. Clair County, February 11, 1863.  Deserted en route from Detroit, Michigan. To Washington, D.C.  Born in Canada.

 

Walter, Edward Lorraine, Litchfield.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, August 22,1862, at Litchfield for 3 years, age 16.Wheelwright apprentice by trade. He attended Wesleyan Seminar (now Albion College) from 1857-58. Resided with parents and four siblings. Suffered from chronic diarrhea. Telegrapher during the war. Discharged for disability Chronic diarrhea, February 20, 1863. After war resided in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Entered as student of the Classics at the University of Michigan in 1864. Upon graduation became Assistant Professor of Greek and Latin. Became Professor of Modern Languages and Literature. Died on July 4, 1898 while aboard the ship La Bourgogne off the coast of Sable Island, Canada. Born on February 2,1845 in Litchfield, Michigan.

 

Walterhouse, Daniel Lewis, Livingston County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 32. Farm laborer by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Dropped from rolls July 21, 1863.  No further record. Born in New York.

 

Walters , Abram, Hudson. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 25, 1864, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 16. Resided with his parents and seven siblings. Mustered March 3, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company D, Twelfth Veteran Reserve Corps, December 31, 1864.  Discharged at Washington, D.C., September 1, 1865. Born in New York.

 

Walters, Erastus (Veteran), Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Height 6’. Complexion fair. Eyes gray. Hair light. Student at time of enlistment.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863, as Corporal.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  Wounded severely in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863. On detached service with Company G, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Discharged to date June 25, 1865. After war resided in Rush, Michigan.

 

Walters, John, LaSalle. Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 17.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862. Resided with his widow mother and six siblings. Born in Michigan.

 

Ward, George T., Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18.  Laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  In hospital early fall of 1862, returned to regiment October 3, 1862. Wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863, shot in leg and thigh. Wounded in action at Wilderness, Virginia, May 5, 1864.  Was shot in right thigh. Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 28, 1864. Buried at National Cemetery, Los Angeles, California. Born in Michigan.

 

Ward, Gilbert D., Camden.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, August 30, 1862, at Hillsdale, age 41. In hospital early fall of 1862 returned to regiment October 3, 1862. Wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863, severely shot in thigh.  Discharged for disability at York, Pennsylvania, October 14, 1863. Because compound fracture of the right hip. Suffered from chronic diarrhea after service. Resided in Camden Center, Michigan after war. Admitted to the Old Soldiers Home, Dayton, Ohio, July 1, 1890. Buried at Boyne City, Michigan, Born in Massachusetts.

 

Ward, Joseph L., Ann Arbor.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 35. Painter by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862. Born in New York.

 

Waring, Joshua, Tecumseh.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Died of disease at Fort Monroe, Virginia, April 16, 1862.

 

Warne, Harvey, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, September 16, 1861, for 3 years.  Mustered September 16, 1861.  Taken prisoner at battle of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Died of diarrhea, July 31, 1864 at Andersonville prison Georgia. Grave #4419.

 

Warner, George P., Wyandotte.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20.  Farmer by trade. Resided with his parents and sister. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Deserted at Washington, D.C., August 3, 1861. Born in Michigan.

 

Warner, Harvey L. (Veteran), Franklin. Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 27. Height 5’9”. Complexion dark. Eyes blue. Hair dark. Farmer by trade. Resided with parents and five siblings.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Taken prisoner June 27, 1862.  Returned to company August 20, 1862. Corporal. Taken prisoner at Gettysburg July 2, 1863. Rejoined regiment. Court Marital October 1, 1863 Conduct prejudicial, Specs: On the march to meet the enemy at Hartwood Church Virginia. Left for five months. Charged 2 straggled allowed himself to be taken prisoner at Falmouth, Virginia, or Kelly’s Ford. Found guilty, sentenced to no pay while gone, make good the time lost. Pleaded guilty. He stated “I was taken very sick with vomiting.” And could not keep up with the regiment. Prisoner was captured by JEB Stuart’s Cavalry. Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  On detached service with Company B, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Wounded in action and taken prisoner September 8, 1864.  Died August 22, 1864, at De Camp Hospital, David’s Island, New York, of wounds received in action in front of Petersburg, Virginia, July 28, 1864. Buried in grave #1685, Cypress Hills National  Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York. Born in New York.

 

Warren, John, Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, as Wagoner, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 49. Height 5’1”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair dark. Carpenter by trade. Married; father of five.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability-sprained ankle and lame back, while loading train in Adrian, June 24, 1861 to go to Washington, D.C.  Discharged July 29, 1861.  Born in Erie, New York.

 

Washburn, William, Plymouth.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, August 30, 1862, at Hillsdale, for 3 years, age 39.  Farmer by trade. Resided with wife. Had two brothers in service and two brothers-in-law all in Michigan regiments. July 7, 1863 sick in Salterlee Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania for four weeks with ague and fever, returned to regiment October 3, 1862. On detached service with Company K, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Discharged near Washington, D.C., June 5, 1864. Suffered from chronic diarrhea after war. Died April 17, 1898. Resided in Hillsdale, Michigan after service. Buried at Bankers Cemetery, Bankers, Michigan.  Born in New York.

 

Waterman, Willis E., Osceola. Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, October 22, 1863, at Putnam, for 3 years, age 16. Height 5’4 ½”. Complexion dark.  Eyes gray. Hair brown. Farmer by trade. Resided with grandparents on farm. Mustered in October 23, 1863 at Fort Wayne, Detroit. Killed in action at the Wilderness, Virginia, May 5, 1864. Born in Michigan.

 

Watkins, William H., Bedford. Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20.  Farm laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Killed in action at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 13, 1862.  Born in New York.

 

Watson, GeorgeEnlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry.  Substitute for David L. Godfrey, age 32. drafted from Elba, Lapeer County, February 21, 1863.  Age 21. Height 5’10”. Complexion fair. Hair sandy. Farmer by trade. Deserted March 13, 1863, en route from Detroit, Michigan to Washington, D.C. While under the command of Colonel Price of the Third Michigan Regiment. Born in Lapeer, Michigan.

 

Watson, William Clark, Carleton. Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 26.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded and captured in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862 gun shot in left hip joint, left crippled for life.  Admitted Episcopal Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania July 30, 1862. Transferred March 18, 1862 to Master Street Hospital. Transferred again May 11, 1862 South Street Hospital. Abscesses formed in upper third of left thigh. Leg shorter by several inches and much deformity. Mustered out of service May 5, 1864 total disability. Resided in Ash, Michigan after service. Died January 8, 1914 buried in family plat  in Grafton Cemetery, Carleton, Michigan. Born on April 2, 1835 in Ash, Michigan.

 

Watts, John S., Adrian.  Entered service in Fourth Infantry as Second Assistant Surgeon, July 25, 1862, for 3 years, age 44.  Doctor by trade. Married farther of six. Commissioned August 23, 1862.  Mustered August 27, 1862.  Commissioned Assistant Surgeon March 13, 1863.  Mustered out and honorably discharged at Detroit, Michigan, at expiration of term of service, June 28, 1864. It was stated that he was kind, generous, efficient man well worthy the respect of any comrade. Died January 15, 1889  Richmond, Indiana.  Born in Ohio. 

 

Weatherwax, Charles H., Macomb County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged at Sharpsburg, Maryland, by G. O. No. 165, October 22, 1862. Transferred to Company K, Second U.S Infantry, for 3 years. He stated that he was wounded eight times during war. Resided in Roulette, Pennsylvania after service.

 

Weaver, Orlando F., Cambria. Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Height 5’8”. Complexion dark. Eyes blue. Hair light. Farmer by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Absent and sick July and August 1863. Discharged for disability chronic nephritis “kidney inflammation” at Convalescent Camp. Washington, D.C., October 13, 1863. After service went into Wet Plate Photographic business with his brother Hiland B. Weaver in Chicago, Illinois. Buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Beaver Dam, Wisconsin. Born in Michigan.

 

Webster, Andrew J.,  Pittsford. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth infantry, February 6, 1864, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 48. Farmer by trade. Married; father of seven.  Sons were Edgar J. and Noah.  Mustered March 2, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, by order, June 6, 1865. Sick since June 26, 1864.  Mustered out August 4, 1864 on general discharge. Had two other sons in the war. He was killed in Dakota Territory while in mail service. Born in Vermont.

 

Webster, Charles HEnlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, July 22, 1862.  Discharged at disability camp March 1, 1863. Discharged on Surgeon certificate. Resided in Detroit, Michigan after service. Died October 10, 1900 Old Soldier Home, Dayton, Ohio.

 

Webster, David, Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, September 23, 1861, at Ann Arbor, for 3 years. Age 25. Married, father of a two year old boy. Mustered September 23, 1861.  Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863 where he was slightly wounded.  On detached service with Company E, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia. Discharged at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, January 5, 1865. Resided in Detroit, Michigan after service. Born in New York.

 

Webster, Edgar, Pittsford. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, March 2, 1864, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 16. Farm laborer by trade. Son of  Andrew J.  Mustered March 2, 1864.  Wounded in action June 3, 1864, at Old Church, Virginia.  Both legs, flesh wounds, not serious. On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Wounded in action. In hospital at Washington, D.C.   No further record. Had four brothers serving in war. Resided in Spokane, Washington.  Born in Michigan.

 

Webster, Edwin (Veteran), Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, September 19, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years.  Mustered September 19, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  Wounded and missing in action at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862.  On detached service with Company G, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865. Corporal November 1, 1865.  Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, February 26, 1866. Died in 1869 and buried Azalea Cemetery, Azalea, Michigan.

 

Webster, Loren, Milan. Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Saw Mill employee for a trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at Spotsylvania, Virginia, May 11, 1864. Born in Michigan.

 

Webster, Noah, Pittsford.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, September 10, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years. Age 19. Height 5’5”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Farmer by trade. Father was Andrew J. and Brother was Edgar. Mustered September 10, 1861.  On detached service with Company C, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Discharged at expiration of term of service near Weldon R. R., Virginia, September 11, 1864. Had three brothers and father in service. Resided in Berkeley, California after service. Died July 1, 1931, Oakland City, California.  Born in Michigan.

 

Weeks, Robert, Wayne County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 27.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  On detached duty gun boat service January 1862. Serving on Gun Boat Carondelet. Transferred November 21, 1863. Saw action at Forts Henry & Donelson February 6, 1862 and Island 10, April 1862. Mustered out Detroit, Michigan June 30, 1864.

 

Weiss, Valentine, Monroe.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, August 28, 1862, at Monroe, age 38.  On detached service with Company A, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Discharged by order No. 94, near Washington, D.C., June 9, 1865. Resided in Monroe, Michigan after service. Died on November 21,1884 and buried St. Joseph Cemetery, Monroe, Michigan.   Born on March19, 1824.

 

Welch, James. Company H. Enlisted March 6, 1863 at Fort Wayne, Detroit. Age 20. Height 5’7½”.  Complexion dark. Eyes gray. Hair brown. Sailor by trade. One of the new recruits brought from Detroit, Michigan, to the regiment with newly commissioned Colonel Jeffords, in March, 1863. Deserted March 13, 1863, en route from Detroit, Michigan to Washington, D.C. while under the command of Colonel Price of the Third Michigan Infantry. Paid $25 bounty. Born in Ireland.

 

Wells, Charles, Wayne County.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Died in New York, August 27, 1862, of wounds received in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862. Buried July 13, 1862 Military Asylum Cemetery, Washington, D.C.

 

Wells, Henry Spencer, Wheatland.  Enlisted in Company K. Seventeenth New York Infantry in Albion, New York. July 1, 1861. Age 16. Store Post Office Clerk in Knowlesville, New York. Captured at Bull Run, Virginia, July 21, 1861. Held at Richmond, Virginia. September 21, 1861 moved to New Orleans, Louisiana held until February 8, 1862, when moved to Salisbury, North Carolina. Remained until May 31, 1862. Mustered out in Elmira, New York on May 31. 1863.  Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 13, 1864, at Hillsdale, for 3 years. Age 18.  Mustered March 3, 1864. Third Sergeant April 5, 1864.  Wounded in action May 28, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, by order, June 6, 1865.  Wounded in action September 30, 1864 at Peebles Farm, Virginia, shot in left hip.  Discharged at Washington, D.C., per G. O.; June 8, 1865. Enrolled in Hillsdale College, February 13,1864. Died December 10, 1916. Resided in Bushnell, Illinois after service. Buried in Quincy, Illinois.  Born in Michigan.

 

Wells, James H. (Veteran), Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Re-enlisted February 15, 1864.  Mustered February 20, 1864.  On detached service with Company B, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Corporal November 1, 1865.  Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, February 26, 1866. Suffered from chronic diarrhea and deafness after war. Resided in Petoskey, Michigan after war. Buried Greenwood Cemetery, Petoskey, Michigan.

 

West, Reuben H. (Veteran), Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, September 16, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years.  Mustered September 16, 1861. Age 20. Height 5’6”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown. Farmer by trade. Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  On detached service with Company B, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865. Received gun shot wounds in left hand and right limb. Discharged at Detroit, Michigan, August 8, 1865.  Died June 20, 1901.  Buried at Kalkaska, Michigan. Born in Michigan.

 

Westfall, Benjamin, Hudson.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22. Height 5’8”. Complexion fair. Eyes blue. Hair brown. Butcher by trade. Brother of Charles. Had thirteen siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  First Sergeant August 1861. Commissioned Second Lieutenant March 7, 1863.  Mustered March 7, 1863.  Wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863, shot in right hand.  Commanding company from August 1863 to April 1864. Wounded in action, shot in knee, June 19, 1864.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 29, 1864. Was in every action of the 4th. Re-enlisted in Company G, Thirty Michigan Infantry, January 9, 1865. Muster out June 30, 1865. Suffered from chronic diarrhea after service. Resided in Hudson, Michigan after war. Carpenter and Justice of the peace after war.  Died July 20, 1925 by drowning. Buried Maple Grove Cemetery, Hudson Michigan. Born in New York.

 

Westfall, Charles J., Hudson.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, August 16, 1862, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 21. Height 5’7½”. Complexion fair. Eyes blue. Hair light. Farmer by trade. Brother of Benjamin. Had thirteen siblings. Wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863, shot in right arm and elbow admitted hospital, Germantown, Pennsylvania. On detached service with Company C, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Discharged near Washington, D.C., by G. O. No. 94, June 6, 1865. Born in New York.

 

Westgate, Albert, Adrian. Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Farm laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Killed in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862. Born in Michigan.

 

Wheaton, Andrew Scott, Steuben, Indiana.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22. Height 5’9½”. Mason by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  In hospital at Harrison’s Landing typhoid fever and diarrhea, admitted to Kinley Hospital, Maryland. Wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863, shot below the right knee.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service June 30, 1864. Resided in San Bernardino, California after service. Born on March 31, 1839 in Bristol Township, New York. Died  on January 1, 1919 at the Pacific Branch of the National Home for Disabled Soldiers, Santa Monica California. Buried in Sunny Slope Cemetery, Corona, California.

 

Wheeler, Charles D., Medina.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, February 28, 1862, at Hudson, for 3 years.  Mustered February 28, 1862.  Age 18. Height 5’5”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown. Farmer by trade. Wounded in leg at Battle of Spotsylvania, Virginia, May 1864. Born in Ohio.

 

Wheeler, Chester G., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 28. Height 6’1”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair sandy. Carpenter by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged August 3, 1861. Died of disease at Georgetown, D.C., September 3, 1861. Born in New York.

 

Wheeler, Edmond H., Hudson.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20. Height 6’. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded May 5, 1864, shot in hip at Wilderness, Virginia.  Born in Michigan.

 

Wheeler, Frank (Veteran), Tecumseh.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Farm laborer. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  On detached service with Company G, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865. Sergeant.  Commissioned Second Lieutenant July 1, 1865.  Mustered July 21, 1865.  Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, February 26, 1866.  Resided in Pleasanton, Texas after the war. Born in New York.

 

Wheeler, John, Macomb County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded and  missing in action at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862 shot in the left hand. Discharged at Alexandria, Virginia, October 11, 1862, on account of wounds received in action. Died 1910. Buried in Flashing, Michigan.

 

Wheelock, John F.Dexter. Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 30. Blacksmith by trade. Married; father of children ages 6, 4 and 2. Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded and missing at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 28, 1864. Suffered from chronic diarrhea after service. Resided in Chelsea, Michigan after war. Buried Lima Center Cemetery, Washtenaw County, Michigan. Born in Massachusetts.

 

Whelan, Edwin M., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Taken prisoner at battle of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service, June 30, 1864.

 

Whipple, John C., Monroe. Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, May 16,1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23. Store clerk by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Corporal. Promoted to Sergeant November 1,1861. Received gunshot wound in left temple fracturing the skull, while in action on June 27, 1862, at Gaines Mills, Virginia and sent aboard hospital ship at Harrison's Bar, Virginia June 27,1862. Discharged August 8, 1862 to accept appointment as 1st Lieutenant, Company C, Eighteenth Michigan Infantry and commissioned as such on August 31, 1862. Commissioned as Adjutant October 6,1862  and then Captain of Company F on April 17,1864. Mustered out and honorably discharged  at Nashville, Tennessee on June 26, 1865. Born in Michigan. Brother of George.

 

Whipple, George, Monroe.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, May 15, 1861, for 3 years, age 19. Clerk by trade. Resided with parents and two brothers.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Corporal May 4, 1863. Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Died at Andersonville, Georgia, April 25, 1864.  Resided in Alpena, Michigan after service.  Born in Michigan. Brother of John C.

 

Whipple, George M., Flat Rock.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, September 17, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 23. Farmer by trade.  Mustered September 1, 1861.  Corporal.  Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Returned to regiment.  Died of disease at Alexandria, Virginia, April 15, 1864. Born in New York.

 

White, Charles P., Litchfield.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Height 5’5”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Cooper by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, November 21, 1862.  Re-entered service in Company F, Seventh Cavalry.  Enlisted as Corporal December 22, 1862, for 3 years. Mustered January 23, 1863.  Taken prisoner at Funkstown, Maryland, July 6, 1863.  Sergeant April  30, 1865.  Held for 505 days. Escort to General Dodge, September 1865.  Honorably discharged at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, November 21, 1865. Suffered from chronic diarrhea after war. Resided in Litchfield, Michigan after service. Died 1911.Buried Sand Creek Cemetery, Litchfield, Michigan. Born in Scipio, Michigan.

 

White, John, Monroe County.  Enlisted in Band, Fourth Infantry, as Principal Musician, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 48.  Farmer by trade. Married father of eight.  Johnson White was his son.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Mustered out at Harrison’s Landing, Virginia, August 10, 1862. Suffered from sun stoke during war. Resided in Oakville, Oregon after service. Born in Tennessee.

 

White, Johnson, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Farmer by trade. Father was John White. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps, March 16, 1864, suffered from chronic diarrhea. Resided in Oakville, Oregon after service. Born in Michigan.

 

White, Newell, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Suffered from a severe cold that settled in his lungs after crossing the Potomac River several times during the skirmish at Shepherdstown Ford, September 18 -19, 1862.Sent to General Hospital in Sharpsburg, Maryland and then discharged in Washington, D.C., for disability, April 24, 1863. Resided in Oakville, Oregon after service. Born in Troy, Ohio. Struck and killed by lightning while sitting in a window of his house in Middlefork Township, Missouri on June 19th, 1885. Amazingly, he had been struck by lightning in the very same spot some eight to ten years prior. Cousin of John White.

 

White, Walter C., Hudson.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, September 17, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 26. Carpenter by trade. Resided with his parents and six younger siblings.   Mustered September 17, 1861.  Killed in action at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 13, 1862, shot through the head. Born in May of 1834 in Connecticut. Tent-mate of Edward H. Taylor.

 

Whitmore, Fontelle D Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 27, 1864, at Rollin, for 3 years, age 40.  Mustered March 3, 1864.  Wounded in action June 3, 1864. Shot in head, not serious. On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  No further record.

 

Whitmore, John M., Allen. Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24. Day laborer by trade. Married with a two year old daughter.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Deserted June 20, 1862. Born in New York.

 

Whitmore, Lewis F., Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Corporal.  Killed in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.

 

Whitmore, Peter D., Rollin. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 22, 1864, at Hillsdale, for 3 years. Age 21. Farm laborer by trade. On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia. Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, by order, June 6, 1865.  Mustered out at Chester U. S. Hospital at Chester, Pennsylvania, June 14, 1865.  Resided in Allen, Michigan after service. Died May 1885. Buried in Allen Cemetery, Hillsdale, Michigan. Born in Pennsylvania.

 

Whitney, Chauncey B., Ononda, Georgia. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 29, 1864, at Rollin, for 3 years, age 54. Miller by trade. Grandfather of Jason. Mustered March 3, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, by order, June 6, 1865.  Resided in Sumner, Gratiot, after service. Born in New York.

 

Whitney, Jason B., Ononda. Enlisted in Independent Company Fourth Infantry, February 27, 1864, at Rollin, for 3 years, age 22.  Grandson of Chauncey. Mustered March 3, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, by order, June 6, 1865.  Corporal May 1, 1865. Discharged at Houston, Texas, May 26, 1866. Born in Michigan.

 

Whitten, Seth, Hillsdale. Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 25, 1864, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 17. Farm laborer by trade. Resided on parents’ farm with two siblings.  Mustered March 3, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, by order, June 6, 1865.  Honorably discharged to date July 3, 1865. Born in Ohio.

 

Whittlesy, Thomas B., St. Joseph County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, as Musician, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded in the hip. Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 29, 1864. Resided in Omaha, Nebraska after service.

 

Wier, Archibald, Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 23.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Detached to Ambulance Corps for term of service.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 28, 1864. Resided in Moscow, Michigan after service.

 

Wilber, Albert M., Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in leg at Shepardstown Ford, September 19, 1862. Discharged for disability at Frederick, Maryland, December 2, 1862. Resided in Brady, Ohio after service.

 

Wilcox, Calvin, Livingston County.  Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, as Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Farmer by trade. Resided on parents’ farm with three siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Washington, D.C., September 20, 1861 for chronic diarrhea and rheumatism. Resided in Howell, Michigan after service. Died in 1912 and buried Lakeview Cemetery, Howell, Michigan. Born in 1839 in New York.

 

Wilcox, Charles W., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Deserted at Ft. Woodbury while on picket duty, September 8, 1861. Buried Maple Grove Cemetery Hudson, Michigan.

 

Wilcox, Harrison, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, as First Sergeant, June 20, 1861, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Deserted at Ft. Woodbury, Virginia, while on picket duty, September 8, 1861. Died on December 13, 1915 at Milan, Michigan.

 

Wilder, William, Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Height 5’8”. Complexion light.  Eyes gray. Hair light. Dougherty man (stagecoach driver) by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability chronic diarrhea at Washington, D.C., July 29, 1861 by order of Gen. Mansfield. Born in Plymouth, Michigan.

 

Wildt, Fred R., Ann Arbor.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Farm laborer by trade. Resided on his parents’ farm with six siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at Fredericksburg, December 13, 1862. Buried National Cemetery, Fredericksburg, Virginia. Born in Michigan.

 

Wiley, James W., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Died of disease at Union Hotel, Georgetown, D.C., September 6, 1861. Buried Military Asylum Cemetery, Washington, D.C.

 

Wilkinson, John, Taylor . Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 43. Laborer by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability,  April 15, 1863. Born in England.

 

Williams, Edwin K., Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Farm laborer by trade. Resided on parents’ farm along with three siblings.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862. Buried in Lima Center Cemetery, Washtenaw County, Michigan. Born on March 29, 1843.

 

Williams, Edwin W. (Veteran), Woodstock.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 17. Height 5’5½”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair light. Shoemaker by trade. Resided with parents and two younger siblings.  Mustered June 20, 1861. On detached duty ambulance Corps. Re-enlisted February 21, 1864.  Mustered February 23, 1864.  Wounded in action May 5, 1864.  On detached service with Company C, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Discharged at San Antonio, Texas, February 15, 1866. Resided in Big Rapids, Michigan after service. Born in Michigan.

 

Williams, George, Branch County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Died of disease at West Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, August 10, 1862.  Buried in National Cemetery at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Grave No. 82.

 

Williams, George (Veteran), Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Returned to regiment at Culpepper, Virginia, October 6, 1863.  Re-enlisted February 18, 1864.  Mustered February 20, 1864.  Wounded in action May 5, 1864, gun shot through right arm and shoulder.  On detached service with Company B, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Mustered out and honorably discharged at San Antonio, Texas, February 26, 1866. Suffered from chronic diarrhea and kidney disease. Died May 5, 1923 at Attica, Lapeer County Michigan. Buried Greenwood Cemetery, Petoskey, Michigan. Born New Jersey.

 

Williams, Harmon G., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, as Sergeant, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24. Laborer by trade. Married with two year old daughter.   Mustered June 20, 1861.  Deserted from camp at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, December 1, 1861. Born in Michigan.

 

Williams, Ira (Veteran), Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, as 2nd Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Washington, D.C., December 26, 1862. Re-entered service in Company K, Sixth Infantry.  Enlisted December 16, 1863, at Hudson, for 3 years.  Mustered January 6, 1864.  Died at Fort Morgan, Alabama, October 17, 1864.

 

Williams, Jules L., Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20. Height 5’1”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown. Student at time of enlistment.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability Pluthisis Pulamots at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, January 2, 1862. Born in Wales.

 

Willis, A. Sidney, Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, as 7th Corporal, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18. Height 5’1”. Complexion light. Eyes gray, Hair brown. Farmer laborer by trade. Resided on parents farm with three siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Sergeant. Missing in action at battle of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863, Captured but escaped from the enemy during the night. Transferred to Invalid Corps at Beverly Ford, September 15, 1863. Born in Pulaski, Michigan.

 

Wilsey, Henry, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, September 16, 1861, for 3 years. Farmer by trade. Brother of Jeremiah. Mustered September 21, 1861.  Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863. Died January 29, 1864 while a prisoner in Richmond, Virginia. Born in Michigan.

 

Wilsey, Jeremiah, Lenawee County. Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, September 16, 1861. Farmer by trade. Brother of Henry. Wounded during the Peninsula Campaign. Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Held at Belle Island, Richmond, Virginia, and Andersonville, Georgia, for 21 months. Prisoner until March 31, 1865. After release sent to Vicksburg, Mississippi then to Jefferson Barracks, Missouri. Left Jefferson Barracks in April and was sent to Benton Barracks.  Received a furlough for thirty days and reported to Camp Chase, Ohio, June 2, 1865. Discharged at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 5, 1865. Resided in Addison, Michigan after service. Died on May 31, 1928. Born on June 17, 1839 in Michigan.

 

Wilsay, Solomon, Webster. Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 32. Machinist by trade. Married; father of 8 and 4 year old daughters. Mustered June 20, 1861. Discharged for disability at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 15, 1862.  Born in New York.

 

Wilson, Charles, Litchfield.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Height 5’1”. Complexion dark. Eyes gray. Hair dark. Farm laborer by trade. Resided on parents’ farm along with five siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Died at First Division, Fifth Corps Hospital, July 5, 1863, of wounds received in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863, shot in lung. The wound was hermetically sealed. Buried Greenwood Cemetery, Petoskey, Michigan. Born in Hillsdale, Michigan.

 

Wilson, David A., Washtenaw County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability by order at Ft Woodbury, September 7, 1861.

 

Wilson, Henry H., Washtenaw County. Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 29. Farmer by trade.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability heart disease at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, January 13, 1862. Had two brothers in service. Suffered from heart disease after war. Resided in Webster, Michigan after service. Born in New York.

 

Winn, James, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, October 3, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years. Age 16. Resided on parents’ farm along with four older siblings. Mustered October 3, 1861. Wounded slightly  in action at battle of Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 12, 1862. On detached service with Ambulance Corps, Fifth Army Corps, from November 1863 to April 1864.  On detached service with Company G, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Discharged at expiration of term of service at Petersburg, Virginia, October 6, 1864. Born in Ohio.

 

Winters, Christopher D., Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 24. Discharged on account of sickness. No further record.

 

Wirts, Stiles H., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Taken prisoner at Falls Church, Virginia, August 10, 1861. Captured while on picket with James Tuttle of the Fourth. Held at Richmond, Virginia. Transferred to Castle Pinckney Charleston, South Carolina.  Transferred to Columbia, South Carolina, on January 1, 1862 with a few other men. Escaped on the run for thirty-one days until recaptured at Winnsboro, Tennessee. Sent to Libby Prison, Richmond, Virginia until paroled on May 20, 1862. Discharged at Washington City, May 21, 1862.

 

Wisdom, Albert S., Brownstown. Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Taken prisoner at Chancellorsville, May 2, 1863. Farmer by trade. Resided on parents’ farm with five siblings. Born in Michigan.

 

Wishart, William M. (Veteran), Tecumseh. Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, September 16, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years. Age 15. Height 5’11”. Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair brown. Farm laborer. Resided with parents and younger sibling.  Mustered September 16, 1861.  Wounded slightly in action at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 12, 1862, shot in right leg.  Re-enlisted February 21, 1864.  Mustered February 23, 1864 at Bealton, Virginia.  On detached service with Company G, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Sergeant September 10, 1864.  Discharged to date June 25, 1865. Resided in New Windsor, Maryland after service. Born in Illinois.

 

Wisner, Jehiel, Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, September 16, 1861, for 3 years.  Age 41. Farmer by trade. Married father of six children. Mustered September 16, 1861.  Discharged for disability May 25, 1862. Born in New York.

 

Wood, Abram R., Sturgis.  Entered service in Company C, Fourth Infantry, at organization, as Captain, June 20, 1861, age 34.  Carpenter by trade. Married; father of one son. Commissioned to date May 16, 1861.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed while on picket at Yorktown, Virginia, April 18, 1862. Buried in Oak Lawn Cemetery, Sturgis, Michigan. Born in 1827 in New York.

 

Wood, Dan A., Richmond.  Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, March 31, 1864, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 49. Stone mason by trade. Mustered April 5, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 1, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Discharged at Alexandria, Virginia, May 4, 1865. Resided in Hudson, Michigan after service.  Born in Vermont.

 

Wood, James T., Litchfield.  Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 25. Height 5’2 ½”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair dark. Farmer by trade. Resided on parents’ farm along with grandmother. Mustered June 20, 1861. Admitted to the hospital from Harrison’s Landing, Virginia, August 10, 1862 for diarrhea. In hospital for three months standing. Died of disease, chronic diarrhea at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, August 25, 1862.  Buried in National Cemetery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Grave No. 340. Born in New York.

 

Wood, Oscar, Bruce. Enlisted in unassigned, Fourth Infantry, February 19, 1864, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 23. Farm laborer by trade. Resided with parents and five siblings.   Mustered February 20, 1864.  No further record. Born in Michigan.

 

Woodbury, Dwight A., Adrian.  Entered service in Fourth Infantry, as Colonel, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 36. Hotel keeper by trade. Colonel of the local Militia. Married; father of seven year old daughter.  Commissioned to date May 16, 1861.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862, shot in the head. Buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Adrian, Michigan. Born on December 18,1828 in New York.

 

Woodfield, Nathaniel. Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 35. Height 5’6”. Complexion dark. Eyes gray. Hair black. Laborer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861. Admitted to the hospital October 13, 1861 at Fort Woodbury, Virginia. Discharged because of tuberculosis on October 29, 1861. Born in England.

 

Woods, James T., See  Wood, James T.

 

Woods, William, Trenton. Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 57. Height 5’8”. Complexion florid. Eyes blue. Hair gray. Farmer by trade. Married; father of four. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Corporal.  Discharged for disability at Georgetown, D.C., April 24, 1862. Born in Delaware.

 

Woodward, Edward (Veteran), Monroe County.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20. Molder by trade. Married. Resided in Monroe.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Wounded in action, severely, left wrist during Seven Days’ Battles 1862. Taken prisoner at Chancellorsville, Virginia, May 4, 1863.  Returned to duty October 26, 1863.  Re-enlisted January 20, 1864.  Mustered January 21, 1864.  On detached service with Company A, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company C, Fourth Infantry, July 1, 1865.  Discharged to date June 27, 1865. Resided in Michigan after service. Born in Michigan.

 

Woodward, Harlow WEnlisted in Company F, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged by order of mustering office at Adrian, Michigan, for disability, June 20, 1861.

 

Worden, David, Reading. Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 30.  Brother of Freeman. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Died of disease at Yorktown, Virginia, April 21, 1862.

 

Worden, Freeman P., Mordan.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 29. Farm laborer by trade. Brother of  David.    Mustered June 20, 1861. Corporal. Killed in action at battle of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863, buried near the Rose Barn. Re-interned Michigan Plot, A-#12 Gettysburg, Pennsylvania B Born in Michigan.

 

Worden, Herman B., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry, May 16, 1861, for 3 years. Age 19. Farm laborer by trade. Resided on farm with parents. Had five siblings. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action May 5, 1864.  Mustered out at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 30, 1864. Born in New York.

 

Worden, William M., Cambria.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 45. Farmer by trade. Married, father of three children ages: 16, 14 and 5.  Died of disease at camp convalescent, Alexandria, Virginia, March 2, 1863. Born in New York.

 

Worden, Ira (Veteran), Somerset. Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, September 16, 1861, at Hudson, for 3 years, age 17. Height 6’2”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair brown. Farmer by trade. Resided with parents along with four siblings. Mustered September 16, 1861.  Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  Killed in action near Richmond, June 30, 1864. Buried National Cemetery, Section B, #51, Seven Pines, Virginia. Born in Gorham, Ohio.

 

Wright, James H. (Veteran), Calhoun County.  Enlisted in Company D, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 22.  Mustered June 20, 1861. Re-enlisted December 29, 1863.  Mustered January 1, 1864.  On detached service with Company E, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 6, 1865.  Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas, February 23, 1866. Resided in Hudson, Michigan after service.

 

Wright, Lawrence CHillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged per order No. 154 from War Department, Washington, D.C., November 3, 1862.  Re-enlisted in the Second Maryland Cavalry, for six months. Re-enlisted Third Maryland Cavalry. Mustered out July 1865. Resided in Quincy, Michigan after service.

 

Wright, Samuel F., Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company G, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 26.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Discharged for disability at Washington, D.C., August 5, 1861.

 

Wright, Walter W., Hillsdale County.  Enlisted in Company E, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Wounded in action at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862, shot in right thigh and taken prisoner.  Returned to regiment November 8, 1862. Discharged for disability at Warrentown, Virginia, November 18, 1862. Resided in Hudson, Michigan after service. Brick layer and mason by trade after war. Buried Maple Grove Cemetery, Hudson Michigan.

 

Wright, William D., Blissfield.  Enlisted in Company B, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 25.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at the Wilderness, Virginia, May 5, 1864.

 

Wyant, John W.,  Burr Oak.  Enlisted in Company C, Fourth Infantry,  June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Killed in action at Chancellorsville, May 4, 1863.

 

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Yates, George Walter M., Detroit.  Enlisted in Company A, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18. Height 6’ Complexion light. Eyes blue. Hair blond. Clerk by trade. Resided with his widow mother in Detroit.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  Regimental Quartermaster Sergeant February 29, 1862.  Commissioned First Lieutenant and Adjutant September 26, 1862.  Mustered September 26, 1862.  Detailed on Colonel Swietzer’s staff, commanding Brigade from November 10, 1862 to March 1863, as Acting Assistant Adjutant General. Wounded  December 14 1862, Fredericksburg, Virginia, dangerously when a shell exploded in the stomach of the horse he was riding. On staff of Colonel McQuade from March to June 1863.  On staff of General Pleasanton from June 1863 to April 1864.  Mustered out and honorably discharged at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, June 29, 1864. Appointed Captain Thirteenth Missouri Cavalry. Remained on Pleasanton Staff. Mustered out of service January 11, 1866. Mustered in Second Lt. Second United States Cavalry May 5, 1866. Transferred and Promoted Captain Seventh Cavalry, August 19, 1867. Died June 25, 1876 at the Battle of  the Little Big Horn. Born in 1843 in Albany, New York.

 

Yates, John C., Hillsdale.  Enlisted in Independent Company, Fourth Infantry, February 20, 1864, at Hillsdale, for 3 years, age 32. Farmer by trade. Resided on farm with Mother. Mustered March 3, 1864.  On detached service with Company F, First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, Virginia.  Transferred to Company K, Fourth Infantry, by order, June 6, 1865.  Discharged to date February 16, 1866. Born in New York.

 

Yawger, Chester S., North Adams. Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19. Height 5’1”. Complexion light. Eyes gray. Hair dark. Farmer by trade. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Recruiting officer in the state November 1861. Rejoined regiment in at Yorktown, Virginia,  April 1862. Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863.  Held as a prisoner for 17 months 15 days. Belle Island, Virginia, Andersonville, Georgia, Savannah, Georgia, and Millers. Discharged at expiration of term of service at Detroit, Michigan, January 4, 1865. Resided on parents’ farm along with seven younger siblings. Brother of Francis. Had another brother in the Eleventh Michigan Cavalry, who died in the war. Suffered from chronic rheumatism after war. Died December 20, 1890. Buried North Lawn Cemetery, North Adam, Michigan. Businessman after service. Resided in Jerome, Michigan after service. Born in Livingston, Michigan.

 

Yawger, Francis, North Adams. Enlisted in Company H, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 20.  Height 5’11”. Complexion light. Eyes hazel. Hair dark. Farmer by trade. Resided on parents’ farm along with seven younger  siblings. Brother of Chester. Had another brother who died in the war. Mustered June 20, 1861.  Died of disease, typhoid fever at Miner’s Hill, Virginia, May 16, 1862.  Buried North Lawn Cemetery, North Adam, Michigan. Born in Livingston, New York.

 

Yearnce, William H., Scio. Enlisted in Company K, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21. Harness maker by trade. Resided with his parents.  Mustered June 20, 1861.  No further record. Born in New York.

 

Yeats, John C.See Yates, John C.

 

Young, George A. (Veteran), Lenawee County.  Enlisted in Company I, Fourth Infantry, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, for 3 years, age 27. Height 5’6 ½”. Complexion fair. Eyes blue. Hair brown. Farmer by trade.&nbs