Springfield in the Rebellion
Part IV 

Augustus Limburger

enl in the 121st Regt., July, 1862; in battles of Wilderness, Spottsylvania, and Hanover Junction; taken prisoner June 29, 1864; and confined in Libby prison; dis July 13, 1865

James Tucker

enl in Co. D, 152nd Regt., Sept, 1862

Henry H. Hewes

enl in Co. D, 152nd Regt., in 1862; in battles of Crampton Pass and Antietam, dis Feb. 23, 1863

Harrison Van Horne

enl in Co. G, 121st. Regt., July 21, 1862; in battles of Laurel Hill; wounded; in front of Richmond and Fort Burnham; dis Aug. 21, 1865

Leroy Weldon

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Courtland Cole

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Byron Cole

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Edgar Dewitt

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Olville Wolcott

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Alfred Vedder

enl in Co. B, 24th Cav., in 1864

John S. Gorton

enl in Co. B, 24th Cav., in 1864; died in new York

John Voorhees

enl in Co. K, 76th Regt., in 1861; killed in Gainesville, Aug. 28, 1862

Elijah J. Chappell

enl in Co. K, 76th Regt., Oct. 10, 1861; in battles of 2nd Bull Run and Wilderness; taken prisoner and sent to Andersonville; supposed dead

Henry Crouse

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Moses Slochtey

enl in Co. D, 152nd. Regt., in 1862

John Brummer

enl in Co. D, 152nd Regt., In 1862

John Brandon

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John Slennion

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Joseph Sandford

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Charles Devoe

enl in Co. K, 76th Regt., in 1861; killed at Gainesville, Aug., 28, 1862.

James Owens

Alfred Chapman

enl in Co. K, 76th Regt., in 1861; in battles of Gainesville, Rappahannock Station, Cedar Mountain, 2nd Bull Run, Chantilly, South Mountain, Antietam, Union, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, and Mine Run; killed At Gettysburg

Francis Chapman

enl in Co. K, 76th Regt., in 1861; in battles of Gainesville, Tappahannock Station, Cedar Mountain, 2nd Bull Run, Chantilly, South Mountain, Antietam, Union, 1st and 2nd Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, and Mine Run; killed at Gettysburg

David Dingman,

enl in Co. D, 152nd Regt., Aug. 29, 1862; in battles of the wilderness, Stony ridge, Spottsylvania, Cold Harbor, and Deep Bottom; dis July 13, 1865

H. M. Baird,

enl in Co. H, 147th Regt., Aug. 25, 1862; in battles of Gettysburg, Chancellorsville, Fredericksburg, Mine Run, Wilderness, Spottsylvania, and North Anna; dis June 19, 1865

George Eckerson

enl in Co. C, 9th V. E., Aug. 7, 1862; in battles of Antietam, Fredericksburg, and Gettysburg; dis June 24, 1865

Menzo A. Keller

enl in Co. G, 97th Regt., Aug. 19, 1861; in battles of Bull Run, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, South Mountain, Cedar Mountain, and Gettysburg; five times wounded.

Warren F. Salisbury

enl in Co. K, 147th Regt., Sept. 1, 1864; in battles of Fair Oaks, Fort Harrison, and Fort Fisher; dis May 11, 1865

Adam Hardendorf,

enl in Co. D, 6th Cav., Aug. 15, 1861; in battles of Yorktown, Williamsburg, Fair Oaks, Savage Station, Seven Days - Fight before Richmond, Centreville, and 2nd Bull Run; dis Jan. 14, 1863

Luther J. Casler

enl in Co. K, 2nd H, Art., Feb. 1, 1864; in battles of Spottsylvania Court-house, North Anna River, Ferris - Farm, and Cold Harbor; dis May 15, 1865

Oliver Carson

enl in Co. A, 2nd Cav., Sept. 15, 1861; in battles of Fredericksburg, Bull run, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, and Winchester; wounded; dis Jan. 22, 1863; re-enl in 1863; dis June 30 1865

John Greiner

enl in Co. D, 6th Cav., Sept. 5, 1864; in battles of Lovardsville; dis June 5, 1865

Geo. D. Sitts

enl in Co. D, 6th Cav., Sept. 5, 1864; in battles of Lovardsville; dis June 5, 1865

Daniel A. Young

enl in Co. F, 93rd Regt in March, 1865; dis May 11, 1865

Lewis Bower

enl in Co. C, 121st Regt., Aug. 1, 1862; in battles of Gettysburg, South Mountain, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Rappahannock Station, and Mine Run; dis June 9, 1865

Wesley W. Dexter

enl in Co. F, 16th H. Art., Dec. 14, 1863; in battles in front of Richmond and Fort Fisher; dis in June, 1865

Joseph B. Watson

enl in Co. M, 3rd. L. Art., Oct. 11, 1862; in battles of Wilson - s Landing, Petersburg, and front of Richmond; dis July 1, 1865

Daniel H. Shaul

enl in Co. G, 192 Regt., in March, 1865; dis May, 1865

Henry Lambert

enl in Co. M, 3rd Art., Aug. 16, 1864

Ingersoll White

enl in Co. K, 186th Regt, Sept. 3, 1864; in battles of Hatcher - s Run, Five Forks, Borden Plank-road, Appomattox Court-house, and Peebles - Run; dis May 30, 1865

The following enlisted in the navy in 1864:

John Nelson Thomas Bryan W. Bastian
There are also the names of 64 men who were enlisted in Brooklyn, and credited to this town.

Transcribed by Holice B. Young

Original website created by Debbie Axtman

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