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23rd Illinois Infantry      
Company C
Henry Wapler - Private   
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Contact Name:  Johannes Wapler
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Date Added:  8/13/2008
Company D
John Joseph Creed - Corporal   
Pvt John Creed waspresented a Medal of Honor for capturing a Confederate flag at the Battle of Fisher's Hill in the Shenandoah Valley on Sep 22, 1864. I am writing a book about the 23rd Illinois.
Contact Name:  James R. Creed
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Date Added:  10/31/2011
Company E
Michael Sutton - Corporal   
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Contact Name:  Kate Guideau
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Date Added:  10/13/2013
Company H
Charles Coffey - Captain   
Captain Charles Coffey was born Dublin Ireland in 1821,he emigrated to New York in 1842 and studied Engineering in West Point. He took part in the Mexican War and was in the Sappers Corps. When the Civil War started he raised H Company the Ottawa Guards in the 23rd Illinois Infantry. He supervised the defenses at the Siege of Lexington.He served from 15/6/1861 until 1864 when his term expired.
He had a brother Peter Coffey who served on the Ship The Dawn during the Civil War, Peter was also born in Dublin Ireland. He had also a sister called Mary Ann Coffey she married a Mr. Joseph Etherington in La Salle Illinois. She later moved to Butler Iowa where Captain Coffey had a farm.
Captain Charles Coffey died while building a Church in Butler he was transporting lumber on a wagon when the horses got fright and bolted, the wagon hit a tree stump and overturned and killed Captain Coffey. He died in 1871 and is buried in Coldwater Cemetery Butler County Iowa.
Contact Name:  David Coffey
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Date Added:  8/16/2016
Company H
Stephen W Cook - Corporal   
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Contact Name:  Jim Cook
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Date Added:  8/3/2010
Company I
Charles Grubb - Unknown   
My great grandfather, Charles Grubb, had four brothers who also
served in the Civil War. They were Ephraim (Illinois 118th Infantry , Co.C), Horace (Ill. 119th Inf. Co. B), Stephen (Ill. Artillery, Battery C), and Edmund (Penna 2nd Cav. Co. I).
Contact Name:  Art Knox
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Date Added:  7/15/2005
Company I
Thomas Sloper - Private   
Thomas was a private in the 10th Tennessee Infantry (Confederate) when he was captured at Fort Donelson and sent to Camp Douglas in Illinois. The 23rd Illinois made him an offer he couldn't refuse, so he enlisted and served in the 23rd for the duration of the war.
I am searching for a family connection with this 'galvanized Yankee' who had the same name as me!
Contact Name:  Tom Sloper
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Contact Homepage:  www.sloperama.com
Date Added:  9/18/2007
Company K
Malichi Quigley - Sergeant   
Malichi Quigley was born in 1839 near Nenagh, County Tippery, Ireland. He arrived in the US in late 1852 settling Ottawa, Illinois. Malichi died on August 19, 1902 in Toledo, Ohio
Contact Name:  David Quigley
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Date Added:  1/3/2010
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