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161st Illinois Infantry      
Company Unknown
Edwin Sawyer Bateman - Unknown   
Edwin Sawyer Bateman volunteered for duty in 1861..he served three years and was captured by the Confederates during Sherman's march thru Georgia...he was released from the service in 1864
Contact Name:  Harrison Edwin Bateman
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Date Added:  10/26/2006
Company B
Amasa B Wickson - Private   
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Contact Name:  Michael Wickson
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Date Added:  3/25/2009
Company E
Ozias Judd Lent - Quarter Master   
Ozias was from New York but had moved to Illinois before the war. His wife's name was Eunice Beadle. He enlisted in August 1862 as a corporal, but was advanced in rank to QM Sergeant by the end of the war. His unit was connected to Sherman's campaigns in South Carolina, where Ozias was injured. It had been raining heavily, and Ozias was accompanying a heavily loaded wagon full of supplies along a muddy road. His companion, another QM Sergeant, left him to do some brief business at the train depot. After he left, there was a problem with the wagon and it fell over on top of Ozias. He lay there for an unknown period of time before being discovered and saved. The injury he received plagued him the rest of his life, though the fact that the road was so muddy probably saved his life- and by the time of his death he walked very painfully, bent almost double. Still, after the war he was able to work and first moved to Michigan, were he found that the malaria he had suffered while in the army made him unfit for the climate. He then moved to Shuyler, Nebraska, where he helped settle the town. From there he moved to Kansas, where he lived for the rest of his life. At one point (in Kansas), his home burned to the ground and with it, all of his wartime paperwork and his wedding certificate. This caused numerous problems with his pension, so his file at the National Archives is complete with letters explaining his wounds, his service, and information about his marriage. Testimonies are also included that provided references for his character.
Contact Name:  Hillarie Easley
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Date Added:  5/4/2013
Company F
John Wilcox - Private   
Enlisted 5 Sep 1862 Mustered out 5 Jun 1865 at Washington DC
Contact Name:  Rod Wilcox
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Date Added:  7/13/2010
Company H
George Atzel - Sergeant   
Just finished Roger Boedecker's fine book about the 127th and
I suggest it for further reading. If interested, I can give you purchase details, if they still have copies left :) I also would be happy to discuss the 127th.
Contact Name:  Thomas Johnson
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Date Added:  9/21/2016
Company H
Henry Boedecker - Private   
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Contact Name:  Willard R. Boedecker Jr
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  6/9/2007
Company H
George Curtiss - Private   
George died of disease on 02 July 1863 at Walnut Hills, Mississippi.
Contact Name:  Charles Curtiss
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Date Added:  4/3/2009
Company H
D Err Degarmore - Private   
my gr,gr,gr,gr grandfather,died Washington Hospital,Memphis August 29,1863. His records were hard to find,as his real last name is DeGarmo,it was entered in the original records incorrectly
Contact Name:  Dwight E Overstreet
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  1/15/2009
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