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25th Missouri Infantry      
Company Unknown
Frederick L. Ambrose - Private   
Served in the Civil War, Missouri. Holy Sepulchre Cemetery,
Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Rochester, New York
Section E, Lot 193.
Name Ambrose, Frederick
Division 3
Born 1841
Rank Pvt.
Unit Co. E, 25 Mo. Vol. Inf.; Civil War
Died March 11, 1891 aged 50
Type of tombstone U.S. marker
Contact Name:  Karen Evans
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Date Added:  8/5/2013
Company Unknown
Charles Wesley Magan - Private   
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Contact Name:  Gilbert M Morse
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Date Added:  3/25/2007
Company A
Thomas C. Crinnion - Private   
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Contact Name:  Gene
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Date Added:  6/23/2004
Company A
John C Miller - Private   
My great-great grandfather was John C. Miller, born in Prussia about 1832 (original name probably Müller or Meuller), immigrated about 1857, settled in St. Joseph, MO. Served as a private in the 13th/25th Missouri Volunteer Infantry, then later was an 'articifer' in the 1st Missouri Engineers. He was wounded at Shiloh, and died in 1887 in St. Joseph, partially from the debilitating effects of having contracted malaria during the war. His widow applied for and received a widow's pension until her death in 1916.
Contact Name:  Patrick Rock
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Contact Homepage:  http://www.stasia.org
Date Added:  7/15/2011
Company B
Jacob Heckenlively - Private   
Please add Jacob Heckenlively's name to the roster of the 25th Missouri Infantry.
Contact Name:  Rol Morris
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Date Added:  4/30/2016
Company B
Daniel Cornelus Philips - Private   
Daniel Corneius Phillips, (Born February 6, 1827, He married November 30, 1852 to Elizabeth Ann Markham at Warrensburg, Missouri) the father of Mary Elizabeth (Mollie) Philips.

Phillips was born on February 6, 1827 in Johnson County, Missouri. He grew to manhood in the Warrensburg area and married Elizabeth Ann Markham (Born 5 Nov. 1827. Died 30 Jan 1912) at Warrensburg, Johnson County, Missouri. Burial 1 Feb. 1912 at Liberty Cemetery, Johnson County, Missouri. Church Mt. Moriah C.P. Church.

Elizabeth Ann Markham's father was Reuben A. Marcum born about 1800. Mother was Elizabeth Jane Dabney born 7 Oct. 1801 the second daughter of Rubin and Betsy Dabney on November 30, 1852 in Warrensburg, Missouri.

At the outbreak of the Civil War Daniel Corneius Phillips enrolled in the Federal Army on November 17, 1862 and served with the 25th Regiment Enrolled Missouri Militia, Company 'B'. On July 27, 1864 he was ordered into active service with the 40th Regiment Enrolled Missouri Militia, Company 'M'.
Contact Name:  Warren Burge
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Date Added:  8/31/2010
Company E
Simon S Eveans - Captain   
Looking to see if he was ever captured and where he came from.
Contact Name:  Brian Merrell
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Date Added:  9/1/2012
Company E
David Lincoln - Private   
David Lincoln enlisted at Oregon, Missouri January 1862. He is a second cousin to President Lincoln. He died at the Battle of Shiloh.
Contact Name:  steven
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Date Added:  9/14/2015
Company G
Stephen S Brown - 2nd Lieutenant   
Any available information about Stephan Brown would be appreciated. The 25th had a close call early in the morning of the first day at Shiloh, but Stephen apparently was not captured. Born in NY in 1828 and died in Bath, Mason County, IL, 1917. His tombstone states that he was in Co. A of the 25th MO, but other records state it was Co. G. My real interest is based on the fact that his brother-in-law, my great great grandfather, Pvt. Henry Beadle (Co. C, 12th Iowa) was captured at Shiloh and died a prisoner at Macon, GA.
Contact Name:  Thomas B. Jones
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Date Added:  12/27/2012
Company H
John Wesley Magan - Private   
John was in the Battle of Shiloh, Tenn. The 25th Missouri was part of General Prentiss' 6th Division, Army of the Tennesee. Colonel Peabody was Commanding the 25th and died in battle there, Company 'H' was part of the Reconnoitering party sent out on patrol @ 0200 in the early morning to look for Confederate Troops and they found more than that as they were ambushed by Confederates. The uproar and shooting of muskets alerted all the Federal forces who may have been caught in their tents asleep.
John developed a 'drop foot' and was discharged and he later enlisted in the 12th Missouri Cavalry and served out the war, being Discharged 9 April 1866.
Contact Name:  Gilbert M Morse
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Date Added:  3/26/2007
Company H
Valentine Peters - 1st Sergeant   
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Contact Name:  Curtis Peters
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Date Added:  1/1/2011
Company I
William Gilcrease - Lieutenant   
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Contact Name:  David Koch
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Date Added:  8/16/2013
Company K
William Franklin McFarland - Private   
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Contact Name:  Michael Bush
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Date Added:  4/17/2010
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