Extractions: or Enlistment Date of Muster Remarks ADAMS, Albert W. Adjutant Oct 15, 1861 Died at Cairo, Feb 12, 1862 BRUSH, Daniel H. Major Carbondale Jul 8, 1862 Jul 27, 1862 Promoted BRUSH, Daniel H. Lt Colonel Carbondale Sep 3, 1862 Sep 27, 1862 Promoted Colonel BRUSH, Daniel H. Colonel Carbondale Mar 11, 1863 Jun 16, 1863 Resigned Aug 21, 1863 BRUSH, Samuel T. Adjutant Carbondale Sep 5, 1862 Sep 6, 1862 Mustered out 1864 BURGESS, Thomas H Lt Colonel DeQuoin May 20, 1861 Jun 30, 1861 Resigned Sept. 3, 1862 CREWS, Nathan Major Fairfield Apr 1, 1862 Resigned July 8, 1862 DAVIS, Henry W. Surgeon Paris Jul 24, 1861 Mustered out June 11, 1864 EATON, Samuel Major May 20, 1861 Jun 30, 1861 Resigned April 1, 1862 FONDEY, William B Adjutant Springfield Aug 6, 1861 Resigned Oct 13, 1861 HEATH, William H. Adjutant Feb 12, 1862 Resigned Oct. 21, 1862, Lieut Col. 33d. Missouri HIPOLITE, William W. 2nd Asst. Surg. Ives' Gr've, Wis. Dec 18, 1862 Dec 18, 1862 Resigned July 25, 1863 KELLY, Mardecai B. Chaplain Pulaski Co. Sep 6, 1862 Sep 27, 1862
Extractions: Captain John Gibbon Lieutenants Edmund C. Bainbridge Joseph B. Campbell John S. Hunt First Sergeant James Stewart Sergeants Ordnance Sergeant Charles Santmyer Henry Workman Christopher Maisak Robert Moore Corporals Samuel Ball John M. Benjamin John C. Connors Jonathan Harding Andrew McBride John Mitchell Henry Moore William West Buglers William Castor John Cook Privates Andrew Ames Moses Armstrong Andre Benzinger Andre Benzinger Ed. Bogey Hugh Boyd John F. Bradley Joseph Brownlee John Brown John S. Carter James Cahill Fred A. Chapin William L. Crawford Horace DeLacey Dennis Driscoll Michael Donovan Michael Gallagher William C. Gardner William Greene William Hayes Joseph Herzog Patrick Hogan William Kelley James Knowles John B. Lackey Henry Lyons William Maffitt James Maher Barney McQuade Frank Rudge William Schroeder Charles A. Scott John Sheehan Philip Smith George Steigner Richard Tea Adam Trodon William Trotter Julius Turk Henry Vogel John Willsee John Woodward Artificers Pat McGabe John A. Goeb Edward Sullivan Back
Extractions: Returned in March 1864 Anderson, John R. th Indiana Volunteer Infantry May 1862 to September 1862 Killed at Antietam Anderson, Joseph A. th Indiana Volunteer Infantry November 1861 to August 1863 Returned to his regiment Armstrong, Edgar B. th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry November 1861 to June 1864 Returned to his regiment Armstrong, James S. th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry November 1861 to December 1862 Returned to his regiment Bach, Theodore th Michigan Volunteer Infantry January 1863 to June 1864 Wounded at Gettysburg Balch, William L. th Indiana Volunteer Infantry March 1862 to October 1863 Note A Barber, Frederick th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry January 1863 to October 1863 Note G Barhydt, George W. th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry January 1863 to February 1864 Note G Barney, James L. th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry September 1862 to December 1863 Returned to his regiment Bartholomew, William
Mary-Anne's Genealogy Page 9 August 1847; Mary Jane b. 4 September 1849; William Thomas b. Associatednames Singleton, Blake, Gardner. Pease. Joseph Pease b.1861 in Coundon, http://www.users.bigpond.com/mcashman/gene-names.htm
Extractions: Below is a list of names being researched and the first families in Australia. If you see a connection to any of these families I would love to hear from you. Names being researched are: Angel Antaw Baldwin Barnes ... Wilkes Angel Head Rixon Murray Antaw The Antaw's joined our family with a marriage and were around the Narrabri area in about the 1890. Associated names: Hansen Baldwin Edwin Baldwin was born in the Hawkesbury in 1805, the son of a convict. He married into the Clark family in 1826 in Wilberforce. He was later sent to Norfolk Island for cattle rustling. Associated names: Singleton Clark/e Barnes Bellamy Singleton Blake Thomas was born c.1809 in Portsea, England (son of Thomas Blake and Mary Sayers). He arrived in Australia about 1837 as a convict. Thomas was convicted on 27th February, 1834 at the Meath Assizes and was sentenced to seven years. He received a Ticket of Leave on 24th May, 1839. He met Ann Walsh and from birth certificates they were supposedly married in Newcastle in 1840, but no registration has been found. They had nine children: Anne b.c.1841; Elizabeth b. 1843; Margaret b. 10 October 1845; Fanny b. 9 August 1847; Mary Jane b. 4 September 1849; William Thomas b. 13 October 1851; Emily b. 20 December 1953; Louisa b.c. 1855; Sarah b. 14 April 1859. Sadly Ann died three days after giving birth to Sarah. Thomas d. 6 August 1877 at Gogodery Creek, Molong. Associated names: Gardner Hibbert Singleton Breasley Daniel Breasley m Julia Ann Shaw b. c.1833 in Dublin Ireland (daughter of Jeremiah Shaw and Julia Ann Kavanagh). They had five sons: Thomas b. 20 October 1849; George Andrew b. 2 August 1851; Daniel Kingsmith b. 5 September 1852; John Samuel b. 4 February 1855; and William b.c. 1855. Associated names:
RANDOLPH LIGHT GUARDS Gardner, William JMPrivate Mar. 41 1862. Transferred to Co. B, 47th Regt. Ga . Discharged Sept. 11, 1861. Enlisted as a private in Co. B, 11th Battn. http://home.earthlink.net/~bwjohnson/csa/ra_11b.htm
Extractions: Gormley, Patrick Captain Mar. 4, 1862. Transferred to Co. B, 47th Regt. Ga. Inf. as Captain May 12, 1862. Cashiered Apr. 15, 1863. Harper, John J .lst Lieutenant Mar. 4, 1862. Transferred to Co. B, 47th Regt. Ga. Inf. May 12, 1862. Elected Captain Apr. 15, 1863. Resigned, disability, Apr. 6, 1864. Jenkins, Simeon T. 2d Lieutenant Mar. 4, 1862. Transferred to Co. B, 47th Regt. Ga. Inf. May 12, 1862. Resigned, disability, Apr. 24, 1863. Graham, Benjamin A. Jr. 2d Lieutenant Mar. 4, 1862. Transferred to Co. B, 47th Regt. Ga. Inf. as Jr. 2d Lieutenant May 12, 1862. Killed at Secessionville, S. C. June 16, 1862. Beall, Henry O. -lst Sergeant Mar. 4, 1862. Transferred to Co. B, 47th Regt. Ga. Inf. as 1st Sergeant May 12, 1862. Elected Jr. 2d Lieutenant June 22, 1863; 1st Lieutenant Apr. 6, 1864. Surrendered, Greensboro, N. C. Apr. 26, 1865. Corley, Walter C. Enlisted as a private in Co. F, 5th Regt. Ga. Inf. May lO, 1861. Roll for June 30, 1861, shows him present. Appointed 2d Sergeant of Co. B, 11th Battn. Ga. Inf. Mar. 4, 1862. Transferred to Co. B, 47th Regt. Ga. Inf. as 2d Sergeant May 12, 1862. Elected 2d Lieutenant Apr. 6, 1864. Appears without remark on roster dated Mar. l865. Lawrence, Seaborn R.
Randolph Co., Georgia Marriages 1856-1861 Kirksey Elizabeth Hughs 12/20/1857 William Hendly Jane Weaver 8/20/1860Richard Linzz S. McInon - 9/7/1860 James B. Gardner Selina Bush http://home.earthlink.net/~bwjohnson/randmar4.htm
E. B. Coffin Collection NC1062 EB COFFIN, 18611948. Edward Baker Coffin was born at Yankee Jim s in Placer His parents, William Lindsey Coffin (1830-1895) and Ann Amelia Gardner http://www.library.unr.edu/specoll/mss/nc1062.html
Extractions: Collection NC1062 E. B. COFFIN, 1861-1948 Edward Baker Coffin was born at Yankee Jim's in Placer County, California. His parents, William Lindsey Coffin (1830-1895) and Ann Amelia Gardner Coffin (1830-1921), were originally from Nantucket, Massachusetts; William first came to California in 1850 and worked as a house and sign painter. He returned to Nantucket in 1853 to marry Ann Gardner, then moved back to California with Ann and their infant son Wallace (1854-1937). The Coffins had an additional seven sons while at Yankee Jim's: Brewster M. (Bruce), 1857-1923; Herbert, 1859-1932; Edward Baker, 1861-1948; George Levi, 1864-1945; Nelson, 1867-1947; Frank, 1871-1937; and Charles A., 1873-1946. In 1875 the Coffin family moved to Reno, where William continued to develop his painting business. The Coffin's fourth son, Edward, married Ida Pullman of Elko. Ida had been a student at the Whitaker School for Girls in Reno and the University of Nevada; prior to her marriage she taught grammar school. Edward was a grocer and book keeper and also a Reno City Councilman. These Coffins were the parents of four children: Chester LeRoy, Mila Lucille, Thelma, and Harold Pullman. The Coffin family was a large one and based on their papers, a close knit family. They retained close ties with their Massachusetts kin, as a number of the girls in the third generation spent time with their eastern relatives. From these papers, the family may be traced into the fourth generation.
Joseph Lister During this time he was taught by the eminent physiologist William Sharpey, In August 1861 he was appointed surgeon at the Glasgow Royal Infirmary and http://web.ukonline.co.uk/b.gardner/Lister.html
Extractions: Page Content Introduction By the middle of the nineteenth century, post-operative sepsis infection accounted for the death of almost half of the patients undergoing major surgery. A common report by surgeons was: operation successfully but the patient died. In 1839 the chemist Justin von Liebig had asserted that sepsis was a kind of combustion caused by exposing moist body tissue to oxygen. It was therefore considered that the best prevention was to keep air away from wounds by means of plasters, collodion or resins. Joseph Lister (1827-1912) Joseph Lister, a British surgeon, doubted this explanation. For many years he had explored the inflammation of wounds, at the Glasgow infirmary. These observations had led him to considered that infection was not due to bad air alone, and that 'wound sepsis' was a form of decomposition. Born on the 5 April 1827 in Upton, Essex, Joseph Lister was the son of the British physicist Joseph Jackson Lister. Top of Page Early Life After an early education at various Quaker schools he entered University College, London. After studying the arts he graduated and decided to take up medicine at the same College. He enrolled in the faculty of medical science in October 1848. During this time he was taught by the eminent physiologist William Sharpey, recognised as one of the greatest surgical teacher of his day. Lister was a brilliant student and graduated a bachelor of medicine with honours in 1852.
Roster Of Company "H" Bigler, Henry Buckharld, Gottlieb Bates, William B. Discharged, Sept 19, 1861Clayton, Jacob Gardner, Thomas G. Discharged, Sept 19, 1861 Hatfield, http://members.tripod.com/~rjsnyder/Seventh2.htm
Extractions: Ring, Jacob L. Discharged July 29, 1864 Sullivan, John E. Killed in Action Oct.5, 1864 Hackney, William P. Mustered out July 9,1865 Myers, Leo W. Killed at Shiloh Apr.6, 1862 Ring, Jacob L. Promoted May 29, 1862 Pegram, Thomas J. Mustered out July 25, 1864 Ambrose, Daniel L. Mustered out July 9, 1865 Ring, Jacob L. Promoted July 25, 1861 Pegram, Thomas J. Promoted June 17, 1862 Fergus, Samuel E. Discharged Dec 19, 1864, buried Plano, TX. (Decendent T. Adams at TJA4663@aol.com) Conklin, Philo H. Pegram, Thomas J. Promoted July 25, 1861 Fletcher, William D. Discharged July 18, 1862:Disability Adams, John F. Fergus, Samuel E. Promoted July 25, 1861 Smith, Charles F. Waltman, James A. Burrows, James Whiteman, Job L. Fickes, Alexander A. Forsyth, Edward L. Briggs, William H. Walker, James
Schoff Regimental Index K, Wayne, William. Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment, 111th. Co. B and D, Miller,James T., d. 1864 C (18611864), Clark, Gardner B. United States. http://www.clements.umich.edu/Webguides/Schoff/Regndx2.html
Extractions: Confederate States-Michigan Back to Regimental Index, Confederate States-Michigan CSA Conn. Del. Ill. ... Wisc. Regiment Name Minnesota Infantry Regiment, 10th Leland, Octavius Augustus, 1826-1865 Missouri Cavalry Regiment, 3rd Miller, James H. Missouri Cavalry Regiment, 4th Burns, William S. New Hampshire Artillery Regiment (Heavy), 3rd. Co. C Brown, Francis New Hampshire Infantry Regiment, 6th. Co. K Hecker, John New Hampshire Infantry Regiment, 7th. Co. C Corliss, John S., ca.1819-1863 New Hampshire Infantry Regiment, 9th Simonds, Lewis, ca.1834-1893 New Jersey Infantry Regiment, 2nd. Co. K Roden, George, Jr., b. 1841 New Jersey Infantry Regiment, 7th. Co. K Roden, Hugh P. New Jersey Infantry Regiment, 12th Husted, Joseph B. New Jersey Infantry Regiment, 15th Hoffman, J. R. New Jersey Infantry Regiment, 25th Butler, Francis E., d. 1863 New York Artillery Regiment (Light), 3rd. Co. I (1861-1865) Webster, Martin S., b. ca.1841 New York Artillery Regiment (Light), 16th Lee, Richard H. New York Artillery Regiment (Light), 17th
1st PA Volunteers Company B recruited at Easton; mustered in April 20, 1861; 3 months Abraham Gardner; Joseph A. Ginnerd; George H. Hahn; William Hartzell; Andrew I. Hay; http://home.ptd.net/~nikki/1regt.htm
Extractions: Contribute to Katrina Victims 1st PA Volunteers American Revolution Genealogy Mine Memorial Day North American Indians ... Search This Site [ 1st PA Volunteers ] 5th PA Militia 1862 9th PA Volunteers 27th PA Troops 1863 34th PA Militia 1863 ... Companies A, B, D, C, H Company A recruited at Bethlehem; mustered in April 20, 1861; 3 months Company B recruited at Easton; mustered in April 20, 1861; 3 months Capt Jacob Dachradt 1st Lt Godfrey Mutchler 2nd Lt Charles Eichman 1st Sgt James F. Meyers
LINCOLNSHIRE SURNAMES 1839 Newark; Son Henry Gardner b.1814 Newark m 1838 Newark Charlotte LAYCOCK b.1817 0302-1861; William, b. 26-04-1863; Pryce,b. 22-08-1847; Arthur, b. http://home.wi.rr.com/lincolnshire/sur1.htm
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Extractions: Questions? Return to The Political Graveyard main page Index to Politicians: Chalfant to Chamberlin CHALFANT: See also John Chalfant New Chalfant, George A. Allegheny County , Pa. Republican. Alternate delegate to Republican National Convention from Pennsylvania, Burial location unknown Chalfant, George O. Sonoma County , Calif. Republican. Alternate delegate to Republican National Convention from California, . Still living as of 1964. Chalfant, Herschel H. Michigan state house of representatives from Jackson County 2nd District, 1950. Still living as of 1950. Chalfant, John W. Burial location unknown Chalfant, Thomas Montour County , Pa. Member of Pennsylvania state senate Burial location unknown Chalfont, Frank U.S. Representative from West Virginia 2nd District, 1928. Presumed deceased Burial location unknown CHALI: See also Chali Roche Chalik, John La Porte County , Ind. Democrat. Alternate delegate to Democratic National Convention from Indiana, . Still living as of 1948. CHALK: See also Chalk Norton Chalk, Harold University of Michigan board of regents , 1939. Still living as of 1939.
VAN ESSEN Genealogy - Colonial Ancestors 1861). SWIFT Surname Line , William, (~ 1590) , Lydia, (b. 1754) Carrie SLEEPER,b. 20 Mar 1861, in Eden, Vermont. Gladys Gardner, b. http://www.tc.umn.edu/~vanes002/gen/colonial.html
Extractions: Van Essen Genealogy - Colonial Ancestors My New England line begins with great-grandparents born in Vermont in 1854 and 1861, and goes back through 3rd-great-grandparents born from about 1785 through 1808 in Vermont, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts. My Colonial lines (for example, my Sleeper and Tilton lines) continue with my 4th-great-grandparents born around 1750-1780 and go back to immigrants (mostly English) who came to Massachusetts in the early- to mid-1600's. My Mayflower Passenger lines descend from Francis Cooke as well as from Stephen Hopkins and his servant, Edward Doty Jacob Cooke (son of Francis) married Damaris Hopkins (daughter of Stephen). Their daughter, Elizabeth Cooke , married John Doty (son of Edward). Mayflower Descendant Line : Edward Doty (b. about 1595-1602)
1898 New York Adjutant General Report, Serial 17 Gardner, William B.Age, 27 years. Enlisted, April 24, 1861, at Troy; musteredin as corporal, Co. H, May 14, 1861, to serve two years; reduced, July 31, http://www.kinyon.com/newyork/ag1898-s17/infantry02e.htm
Extractions: 1898. Serial No. 17. New York Index Previous Page Table of Contents Next Page Second Infantry John Findlay - Christian Griner Findley, John. Age, years. Enlisted, May 14, 1861, at Troy; mustered in as sergeant, Co. E, May 14, 1861, to serve two years; mustered out with company, May 26, 1863, at Troy, New York. Finley, John. Age, 18 years. Enlisted, May 7, 1861, at Troy; mustered in as private, Co. G, May 14, 1861, to serve two years; killed in action, August 27, 1862, at Bristow Station, Virginia. Firth, James. Age, years. Enlisted, May 16, 1861, at Troy; mustered in as private, Co. G, May 16, 1861, to serve two years; discharged for disability, January 15, 1863. Fisher, Francis.