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39th Missouri Infantry      
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Charles Gustavus Holme - 1st Lieutenant   
Charles G. Holme was 1st lieutenant and regimental quartermaster. Mustered in August 1864 and mustered out July 1865. He was injured in a fall from his horse at Mexico, Audrain Co, MO, on about October 1, 1864. The injury grew worse. He had surgery in Philadelphia and died from tetanus on June 9, 1867. This information comes from his widow's and minor children's claim for pension, held at the National Archives in Washington D.C.
Contact Name:  Karen Kotlarchik
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Contact Homepage:  www.holmefamily.blogspot.com
Date Added:  1/30/2011
Company A
Willard Parker Stockton - Private   
Please add my husbands 3rd great grandfather Willard Parker Stockton. Our grandson Aaron Michael last week joined the Marines here in California. Upon doing family research and obtaining a picture of Willard, we were amazed how much Aaron resembles him. Aaron will be graduating from high school and go directly to Camp Penelton near San Diego. The same place his grandfather served in California. I am doing this book about Willard for Aaron. Thanks Dee
Contact Name:  Dee Hedenland
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Date Added:  4/9/2009
Company B
James Coy - Private   
My great-grandfather was James Coy. He was born in Hodgenville, KY. His parents moved to Missouri when he was about 9 years old. James was born in 1846 and died in 1919. He was a member of the GAR...Dix post #22. He served from 1864-1865 with company B of the 39th Missouri Infantry.
Contact Name:  Jim Coy
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Contact Homepage:  www.agatheringofeagles.com
Date Added:  7/11/2006
Company C
John J. Truslow - Private   
My great great grandfather John J. Truslow mustered in August 25th, 1864 at the age of 17 in Hannibal, MO and mustered out March 16th, 1865 in St. Louis, MO.
Contact Name:  Jill Crees
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Date Added:  7/19/2010
Company F
Edwin Bates - Corporal   
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Contact Name:  Ed Pinedo
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Date Added:  7/1/2008
Company F
James Mc Sorley - Private   
Buried at Jefferson Barracks Nat. Cenm.
Contact Name:  Charles McSorley
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Date Added:  1/18/2006
Company H
Thomas Ezara James - 1st Lieutenant   
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Contact Name:  Greg James
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Date Added:  3/9/2011
Company H
Samuel Webber - Private   
Born 2 Feb 1846 in LaBelle, MO. Enlisted in the 39th Missouri Infantry (USA) 28 Aug 1864 in Hannibal, MO; mustered in to active duty 8 Sep 1864, under the command of CPT Adam Theiss. Survived the Battle of Centralia on 27 Sep 1864, in which 123 inexperienced Union troops under the command of Major A.V.E. Johnston were killed by 'Bloody Bill Anderson's' band of Confederate guerillas, whose unit included the later-famous outlaws Jesse and Frank James. Vastly outnumbered and outgunned, many of the Union troops were systematically executed and their bodies mutilated; only a few Union soldiers escaped. Co H mustered out 19 July 1865, and Webber returned to farming in Reddish (Lewis Co) MO. Samuel later moved to Colorado where he married Estella ('Stella') C. Nurnberg in Glenwood, CO, on 25 Apr 1893. Samuel and Stella had 8 kids, one of whom was my paternal grandmother, Frances Sylvia Webber Down. Samuel moved to San Diego in his later years, where he and Stella occupied a cottage near the corner of Van Dyke and Wightman Streets. Samuel died at home on 21 Jan 1927. He is buried in the Odd Fellows section of Mount Hope Cemetery in San Diego.

RIP Samuel, and thank you for your service! - your great granddaughter, Sally Marie Down, Staff Sergeant, US Army
Contact Name:  Sally Down
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Date Added:  12/21/2009
Company I
Edward Dale Manning - Private   
Discharged from St Louis, Mo., March 25, 1865.
Enlisted at Memphis, Mo., August 29, 1864.
Contact Name:  Richard Manning
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Date Added:  7/14/2011
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