Springfield In the Rebellion
Part I 

SPRINGFIELD IN THE REBELLION

Springfield responded nobly to her country - s call, as the following record exhibits, being the names of those who enlisted from this town, as compiled by G. W. Van Deveer in 1865

Philip T. Van Horn

enl in Co. E., 121st. Regt, Aug. 6, 1862; prom to Sergt.; in battles of South Mountain, Rappahannock Station, Mine Run, Cold harbor, and Petersburg; in battles with Sheridan in Shenandoah Valley and Fort Fisher; wounded in charge on Petersburg, April 2; dis, July 5, 1865

George L. Peck

enl in Co. D, 152nd Regt, Aug, 28, 1862; in battle of wilderness; killed in battle of Cold Harbor and buried on the field

George W. Van Deveer

enl in the 66th Regt, Feb. 21, 1862, mus., in battles of Fair Oaks, Peach Orchard, Savage Station, White Oak Swamp, and Malvern Hill; dis Aug. 9, 1862

Henry D. Wilsey,

enl in Co. D, 152nd Regt, Aug. 19, 1862; in battles of Yellow Bayou; dis July 20, 1865

Delos Coburn

enl in Co. D, 152nd Regt. Aug. 28, 1862; in battles of Wilderness, Spottsylvania, Cold Harbor, North Anna, Petersburg, Deep Bottom, and Reams - Station; dis. July 20, 1865

Alonzo Hardy

enl in Co. D, 152nd Regt, Aug. 28, 1862; in battles of Mine Run and Reams - Station; dis July 20, 1865

Michael Skinnion

enl in Co. D, 152nd Regt, Sept. 11, 1862; in battles of Wilderness, Spottsylvania, Cold Harbor, North Anna, Petersburg, Deep Bottom, and Reams - Station; dis July 20, 1865

Barney Marqusee

enl in Co. K, 76th Regt, Nov. 5, 1861; in battles of Gaines - Mills, Bull Run, Rappahannock Station and South Mountain; wounded; re-enl in 186th Regt; dis June 2, 1865

William S. Genter

enl in Co. B. 24th Cav. Dec. 18, 1863; in battles of Petersburg and Weldon Roads; prom to Corp; dis June 26, 1865

Edwin J. Winslow

enl in Co. D, 152nd Regt, Aug. 19, 1862; in battles of Hatcher - s run, Deep Bottom, Mine Run, and Petersburg; dis May 29, 1865

Albert C. Heath

enl in Co. D, 152nd Regt, Aug. 19, 1862; wounded in battle of the Wilderness; dis May 12, 1864

Henry D. Oliver

enl in Co. C, 16th Art., Sept. 25, 1863; in battles of Malvern Hill, and Deep Bottom; dis May 23, 1865

Thomas Smith

enl in Co. G, 121st Regt. Aug. 16, 1862; in battles of South Mountain, Antietam, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Spottsylvania, Cold Harbor, Weldon Railroad, Gettysburg, Hatcher - s run, etc.; wounded at Spottsylvania; dis July 5, 1865

Andrew J. Willsey

enl in Co. B, 24th Cav. Aug. 22, 1862; in battles of Wilderness, Spottsylvania, Cold Harbor, Petersburg, etc.; dis. June 27, 1865

Daniel Cosgrove

enl in Co. D, 152nd Regt, Aug. 23, 1862; in battles of Wilderness, Petersburg, Spottsylvania, Cold harbor, Mine run, Reams - Station, and White Oak Swamp; wounded, discharged

Henry T. Fergeson

enl in Co. D, Berdan - s Sharpshooters, Oct. 25, 1861; in battles of Hanover Court-House and Seven Days - Battle before Richmond; dis Sep. 28, 1862

Chas. T. Ferguson

lieut, enl in Co. G, 121st. Regt, in Aug. 1862; in reserve at Antietam and south Mountain; dis Nov. 10, 1862

Edward G. Furgeson

enl in Co. C, 16th Art.; in siege of Petersburg, etc

John White

enl in Co. D, 152nd Regt, Aug. 22, 1862; in battles of Wilderness, Stone Ridge, Spottsylvania, Cold Harbor, Deep Bottom, Mine Run, Petersburg, Weldon Railroad, Reams - Station, etc.; wounded at Petersburg; dis July 13, 1865

Alvey Woffle

enl in Co. M, 3rd. N Y Art, Aug. 16, 1864; in battles; dis May 28, 1865

Joel G. White

enl in 66th Regt, Feb. 21, 1862; in battles of Fair Oaks, Gainesville, Seven Days - Fight before Richmond, etc.; dis. Aug. 9, 1862

James Jennings

enl in Co. D, 152nd. Regt, Aug. 25, 1862; in battles of Wilderness; wounded at Spottsylvania; dis July 18, 1865

David Allen

enl in Co. K, 2nd Cav, Aug. 29, 1861; in battles of Cedar Mountain, Bull Run, Antietam, Brandy Station, Gettysburg, and Wilderness; in Shenandoah valley with Sheridan, dis Dec. 28, 1863; re-enlisted in same Regt; dis June 23, 1865

James L. L. Casler

enl in Co. K, 76th Regt, Sept. 21, 1861; in battles of Rappahannock Station, Sulphur Springs, Gainesville, Bull Run, South Mountain, Antietam, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, Mine Run, and Wilderness, where he was taken prisoner; exchanged March 1, 1865; dis March 12, 1865; pro, to 2nd Lieut, Co. B, Jan. 2, 1864

George H. Howe

enl in Co. D, 152nd Regt, Aug. 14, 1862; in battles of Hatcher - s Run and Borden Plank-Road; dis July 13, 1865

William H. Nestle

enl in Co. D, 152nd Regt, Sept. 15, 1862; dis in 1863; re-enl in the 20th

N. Y. H. Art., in 1864; in battles of Petersburg and Hatcher - s Run; dis May 18, 1865

Abram Allen

enl in Co. D, 152nd Regt. Sept. 2, 1862; detailed as blacksmith; dis June 30, 1865

Robt. S. Christman

enl in Co. E, 121st. Regt, July 19, 1862; in battles of Fredericksburg, Cedar Run, Wilderness, Spottsylvania, Cold Harbor, Weldon Railroad, Hatcher - s Run, Winchester, Fisher - s Hill, Cedar Creek, Petersburg, and Sailor - s Creek; dis July 6, 1865

Transcribed by Holice B. Young

Original website created by Debbie Axtman

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