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161st Illinois Infantry      
Company Unknown
John Joseph Barry - Unknown   
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Contact Name:  Tom Barry
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Date Added:  3/8/2018
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Redmond Stephen Sheridan - Quarter Master   
Resigned post as Alderman of the 8th Ward, Chicago to organize the 90th. Captured at Holly Springs and later exchanged. General Sherman gave him a team of white horses after the war as a token of thanks. He was one of the guard of honor for Pres. Lincoln when he lay in state in Chicago.
Contact Name:  Bill Sheridan
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Date Added:  4/16/2004
Company B
Hugh Callaghan - Private   
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Date Added:  8/21/2007
Company B
James Everard - Private   
James Everard was my wife's great grandfather. He was with the 90th Illinois, Co. B for most of its service. He is listed with the regiment in the Illinois Memorial at Vicksburg. He marched in the grand parade at war's end. Later he served in the regular infantry in the Dakota Terr., until 1868. He raised his family in Kansas City, Kan., and is buried there.
Contact Name:  Jeff Latz
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Date Added:  2/8/2010
Company B
John Powers - Private   
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Contact Name:  Bryan Powers
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Date Added:  8/21/2007
Company F
Alexander Moore - Private   
Alexander was my great-great grandfather on my mothers side. He was wounded twice at Missionary Ridge and once at Ft. McAlister Alabama and suffered a hernia during Shermans march to the sea. Took part in the grand parade in Washington and was finally discharged at Camp Butler Illinois near Springfield.
Contact Name:  Frank Campo
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Date Added:  12/31/2005
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