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50th Iowa Infantry      
Company A
john d conger - Captain   
12th Iowa
Contact Name:  cavala
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  1/26/2005
Company E
Ignatz/ LANG/LONG - Private   
Ignatz/'Enos' LANG/LONG was my wife's g-grandfather.
Contact Name:  Daniel Kortenkamp
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Contact Homepage:  http://kortenkampgenealogy.webs.com/
Date Added:  11/5/2017
Company F
WILLIAM S. BROOKS - Private   
Would like to find a photo of William Brooks. With the 1st Iowa Infantry he fought at the Battle of Wilson's Creek.
He also served with the 19th Iowa as 2nd Lt. Brooks at the Battle of Prairie Grove where he was wounded while retrieving the Colors from the battlefield. He then went on as Col. Brooks with the 56th USCT where he was killed at the Battle at Wallace's Ferry otherwise know as Big Creek in Arkansas.
Contact Name:  BOB WEIR
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  5/9/2008
Company F
Edwin L. Schreiner - Private   
Ed enlisted at Mt. Pleasant, IA on April 04, 1861 into the Mt. Pleasant Grays. He was mustered into Company F, First Iowa Volunteer Infantry Regiment on May 14, 1861 in Keokuk, IA.

The First was Iowa''s contribution to President Lincoln''s call for 75,000 volunteers to serve three months. The First Iowa served past their mustering out date to take part in the Battle at Wilson''s Creek (Oak Hills).
Ed was mustered out of service on August 21, 1861 at the St. Louis Arsenal, Missouri.
Ed returned to Iowa, but did not reenlist in another Iowa regiment. Instead he served the Union in the Christian Commission by supplying ''''sanitary'''' to the soldiers in the field.
Ed became a Methodist minister in 1865 and served eighteen Iowa communities as a minister until his death on May 11, 1911.
Contact Name:  Court Stahr
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  3/2/2002
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