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1st Illinois Cavalry      
Company D
John S Baldwin - Private   
b:1864 d:1910 Buried at Newton, Kansas
Contact Name:  Julian Wall
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Date Added:  5/26/2010
Company E
Cullen Ewing Cline - Other   
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Contact Name:  Gretchen Mortimore Thill
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Date Added:  5/21/2005
Company F
Charles N. Hubbel - 1st Sergeant   
Charles Hubbel (1839-1865)had been born and raised in Hillsboro, Montgomery County, Illinois, but by 1860 he was living in Springfield where he held a postal job. In January, 1862, the 1st Illinois Cavalry was being reorganized following it''s capture at Lexington, Mo. the previous September. It was at this time, on New Year''s Day, that Charles enlisted into Co. F.

For the next 7 months most of the Regiment served in Missouri. However, in July a mutiny of sorts began over the appointment of officers and this brought about an order from the War Department for the unit''s disbandment. On 14 July 1862 the 1st Illinois Cavalry was mustered out ''because it''s services were no longer required''.

Charles reenlisted elsewhere, but to date we haven''t found out where. All that is known, according to family papers, is that he died in Texas in 1865 while ''still in the service of the Union Army''.
Contact Name:  Charles Summerfield
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Date Added:  12/26/2004
Company I
James Ratcliff Brockett - Private   
My 2G-Grandmother's 1st Cousin.

In this unit from (22?) July 1961 to 5 July 1862.

''This company was mustered out under S.O. No. 270, Headquarters Department of the Mississippi, dated July 1, 1862, because its services were no longer required.--12.198-A-1879.''

See Company 'H' 14th Ill. Cavalry.

There is considerable correspondence in the official records about the wisdom of disbanding the company and releasing its members. Some of who, like James R. Brockett, re-enlisted in other organizations.
Contact Name:  John M Davidson
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Date Added:  4/7/2018
Company I
John Campen Mixon - Private   
My 2G-Grand Uncle:

Born (27?) Jan 1840, Bolivar Tenn.
Died 30 Aug 1913, aged 73 years, 7 mos. 13 days, St. Helena, Napa County, California.

In this unit from (22?) July 1961 to 5 July 1862.

''This company was mustered out under S.O. No. 270, Headquarters Department of the Mississippi, dated July 1, 1862, because its services were no longer required.--12.198-A-1879.''

There is considerable correspondence in the official records about the wisdom of disbanding the company and releasing its members. Some of who re-enlisted in other organizations.
Contact Name:  John M Davidson
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Date Added:  4/7/2018
Company I
William Alexander Mixon - Corporal   
My 2G-grandfather:

Born July 6, 1834 in Tenn.
Died June 8, 1910 in Wichita, Sedgewick County, Kansas.

In this unit as a Corporal from 18 July 1961 to 5 July 1862.

''This company was mustered out under S.O. No. 270, Headquarters Department of the Mississippi, dated July 1, 1862, because its services were no longer required.--12,198-A-1879.''

There is considerable correspondence in the official records about the wisdom of disbanding the company and releasing its members. Some of who re-enlisted in other organizations.
Contact Name:  John M Davidson
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Date Added:  4/7/2018
Company I
John J. Ross - Private   
My 2G-Grand Uncle.

In this unit from (22?) July 1961 to 5 July 1862.

''This company was mustered out under S.O. No. 270, Headquarters Department of the Mississippi, dated July 1, 1862, because its services were no longer required.--12,198-A-1879.''

There is considerable correspondence in the official records about the wisdom of disbanding the company and releasing its members. Some of who re-enlisted in other organizations.
Contact Name:  John M Davidson
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  4/7/2018
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