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155th Illinois Infantry      
Company D
John Clingingsmith - Private   
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Contact Name:  Kyle Voss
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Date Added:  8/9/2003
Company D
Joseph Stanford - Sergeant   
My 1st cousin, 4x removed.
Contact Name:  John Georges
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Contact Homepage:  www.findagrave.com/memorial/18788909/joseph-stanford
Date Added:  9/5/2018
Company F
Peter kropp - Private   
looking for any photos of the 155th or F Company.

Some online records have my G.G.Grandfather's name as Kroppe, this is wrong.
Contact Name:  Justin
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Date Added:  11/13/2011
Company I
William Henry Manley - Private   
William Henry Manly had come from a staunch Unionist family in Rutledge, Grainger Co., TN. He and his brother, Jacob, were forced into Confederate service with the 2nd Tennessee Cavalry (Ashby's), enlisting at Knoxville, TN on 3 Apr 1863. William Manly is found to be AWOL at Tunnell Hill, GA by 4 March 1864. He managed to return back home. Shortly, from his Grainger Co., TN home, he made his way to the home of his mother's sister in Jacksonville, Illinois. There, He enlisted in Company I, 155th Illinois Infantry. He remained in service of the Union Army until war's end. Post-war, he served in the 17th U.S. Infantry.
Contact Name:  Brian W. French
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Date Added:  6/25/2012
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