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53rd Wisconsin Infantry      
Company A
Eugene Allen - Private   
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Contact Name:  Scott McKellips
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Date Added:  8/27/2012
Company A
George Washington Bucknam - Private   
Enlisted as a Private on 28 September 1861.
Received a disability discharge on 2 November 1862.
Contact Name:  Eric Stone
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Date Added:  6/15/2010
Company B
Jesse Cole - Sergeant   
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Contact Name:  Jed
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Date Added:  11/30/2011
Company B
Christopher Darius Gorman - Private   
My great great grandfather Christopher Darius Gorman see attached is the guy behind Old Abe. He played the fife and I’ve read that Old Abe Loved to hear Yankee Doodle Dandy played (birds love flutes). I believe that CD Gorman was Old Abe’s Musician, he is in just behind Old Abe in the Vicksburg photo. There are 4 unknown soldiers in the photo and I would be happy to help ancestor verify if their ancstor is one by photo comparrisons. Old Abe retired one battle after CD Gorman was shot with a 58 cal mini ball through his left arm and shoulder exiting his right shoulder. He was found three days later and spent a year in a Memphis hospital and survived gang green. They no longer had her favorite musician to tame her and call her back to camp.
Contact Name:  Bill Gorman
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Contact Homepage:  http://LOOKinHERE.net
Date Added:  9/20/2009
Company B
Aaron B. Hinman - Private   
Born 1820 in Grafton, Nurthumberland, Ontarion, Canada.
Enlisted June 1861.
Discharged October 31, 1862 for disability.
Died 1876.
Aaron was my 3rd great granduncle and served with his brother Reuben.
Contact Name:  Bill Gorman
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Contact Homepage:  http://Montalona.com
Date Added:  9/20/2009
Company B
Reuben C. Hinman - Private   
Born 1804 Grafton, Ontario, Canada.
Enlisted June 1, 1861 at age 57.
Discharged April 1862 disability.
Died May 14, 1883 Spring Valley, Pierce County, Wisconsin.
Reuben was my 3rd great granduncle.
Contact Name:  Bill Gorman
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Contact Homepage:  http://Montalona.com
Date Added:  9/20/2009
Company B
Aaron P Hull - Private   
Born 1845 Ontario, Canada
Enlisted June 1, 1861
Discharged February 19, 1862
Died after 1920
Brother of Daniel Hull who was killed at Nashville. Aaron was a first cousin on mt gg grandmother Mary Allen Rogers.
Contact Name:  Bill Gorman
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Contact Homepage:  http://Montalona.com
Date Added:  9/20/2009
Company B
Daniel Hull - Private   
Born 1841 Nurthumberland, Ontario, Canada
Enlisted June 1, 1863
Killed in action December 16, 1864 at Nashville
Daniels brother Aaron P. Hull enlisted with Daniel.
I have a very nice photo of Daniel with my gg grandfather taken before Vicksburg. Daniel was a first cousin of my gg grandmother Mary Allen Rogers who married Christopher Darius Gorman.
Contact Name:  Bill Gorman
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Contact Homepage:  http://Montalona.com
Date Added:  9/20/2009
Company B
archibald Patterson - Private   
Would love to have any pictures associated with company B
Contact Name:  Larry Patterson
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Date Added:  10/31/2007
Company B
Timothy George Rogers - Private   
Born October 31, 1848 Colborne, Ontario, Canada
Enlisted December 5, 1863 Private Drummer
Wounded at Mansura, LA
Mustered Out September 5, 1865
Died July 19, 1933 Port Orchard, WA
Wes Grahnert is a GG Grandson of Timothy George Rogers
Timothy was WIlliam Gorman's great great granduncle

Timothy Geroge Rogers was a great grandson of Ethan Allen and Col James Rogers or Rogers' Rangers. Ethan and Col Rogers were co-conspiritors in the Vermont Negotioations. Ethan's daughter Mary Ann Allen married the sone of Col James ROgers James and they moved to Canada. Mary's evil step mother wrote her off as dead for marrying a tory and she did not want her to have any of Ethan's land.
Contact Name:  Bill Gorman
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Contact Homepage:  http://Montalona.com
Date Added:  9/20/2009
Company F
Henry Eugene Butterfield - Private   
Enlisted as a Private on 9 September 1861.
Enlisted in Company F, 8th Infantry Regiment Wisconsin on 9 Sep 1861.
Mustered Out Company F, 8th Infantry Regiment Wisconsin on 16 Sep 1864.
Contact Name:  Fred Rose
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Date Added:  1/14/2009
Company F
George Drumm - Sergeant   
Sergeant Co F 8th Wisconsin Infantry Civil War
Contact Name:  John Seites
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Date Added:  9/10/2007
Company H
Charles Corse - Private   
Died near Vicksburg, November 1863. Buried in Vicksburg National Cemetery.
Contact Name:  Tom
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Date Added:  6/11/2007
Company H
Edwin H. Oleson - Private   
Edwin served from 16 July 1864 to 5 September 1865. He fought against General N. B. Forrest in northeren Mississippi, the General Price Raid / Campaign, the second battle of Nashville, the sige of Spanis Fort and the battle of Ft. Blakeley.
Contact Name:  Russell Krueger
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Date Added:  10/6/2011
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