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53rd Wisconsin Infantry      
Company Unknown
Urias Churchill - Private   
Killed at Reseca Ga
Contact Name:  Gary Martin
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Date Added:  5/24/2004
Company Unknown
Alexander Burns Pope - Unknown   
Alexander Burns Pope and Benjamin Franklin Pope of the 22WI INF were brothers from Walworth Co. WI and my gg uncles. After the war Alexander moved to Laramie, WY and Benjamin to Tecumseh, NE. Their family moved to WI in the mid-1850's from St. Lawrence Co. NY.
Contact Name:  B. McDonald
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Date Added:  8/10/2008
Company Unknown
Benjamin Franklin Pope - Unknown   
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Contact Name:  B. McDonald
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Date Added:  8/10/2008
Company Unknown
Oliver Swandollar - Unknown   
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Contact Name:  Debbie Noack
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Date Added:  6/19/2006
Company A
james J HINDS - Sergeant Major   
My great uncle was one of just two soldiers killed at the battle of THOMPSON'S STATION. HE DIED IN HOSPITAL IN FRANKLIN, TENNESSEE
Contact Name:  FRED HINDS
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Date Added:  6/17/2012
Company A
jacob henry near - Sergeant   
great grandfather. b. ny 1827, d. racine 1898.
Contact Name:  tom near
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Date Added:  11/28/2006
Company A
Abram Rowbottom - Private   
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Contact Name:  Aimee Sandoval
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Contact Homepage:  http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/s/a/n/Aimee-Sandoval/index.html
Date Added:  1/20/2008
Company B
Philander W. Witherell - Unknown   
Co B., 22nd Wisconsin Regt Volunteers.
Contact Name:  Tom Wetherell
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Date Added:  9/21/2007
Company C
John J Cone - Musician   
Military Service: Musician, Co. C, 22nd Wisconsin Infantry

John J. Cone
Residence Hudson WI;
Enlisted on 8/15/1862 as a Private.
On 8/15/1862 he mustered into 'C' Co. WI 22nd Infantry
He was Mustered Out on 6/12/1865 at Washington, DC.


Promotions:
* Principal Musician 2/13/1863

Intra Regimental Company Transfers:
* 2/13/1863 from company C to Field & Staff
Contact Name:  Steven Small
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Date Added:  8/15/2005
Company C
Henry Reuben Osborn - Unknown   
Company C, 22nd Wisconsin Volunteers
Contact Name:  Sheila Mahler
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Date Added:  12/15/2005
Company C
Theodore S Pierce - Private   
Wagonner
Contact Name:  John Melton
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Date Added:  9/16/2006
Company D
Richard Martin Williams - 2nd Lieutenant   
This man was my great-great grandfather. The family has a picture of him wearing his Civil War uniform, shaking hands with his grandson (my grandfather) who was wearing his WWI uniform.


Born 8 Jun 1843, Earlville, New York. Was captured and sent to Libby Prison, and later exchanged for southern prisoners. He was in a coma for some time but returned to his unit later on. After the war, he married Mary Stanley Parmelee, the daughter of the plantation owner where he was stationed during the War, in Nashville. They returned to Delavan, where Annie was born August 8, 1871. In September his family moved to Chicago, and on October 9, 1871 he and his family were caught in the Chicago fire and burned out. Other children, Richard (Bud) and Lu (Eloise) were born in Chicago. Nellie (Ellen Marie) was born in Delavan, Wisconsin. He celebrated his fiftieth anniversary with his wife Mary in 1915 in Park Ridge, Illinois. Died 10 Sept 1919, Park Ridge Illinois.
Contact Name:  Victoria M. Earle
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Contact Homepage:  http://www.writing.com/authors/vdavisson
Date Added:  3/21/2004
Company E
Robert W. Harper - Unknown   
he died of pneumonia in Tennessee
Contact Name:  Mary Craig
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Date Added:  6/22/2010
Company E
William Henry Harper - Unknown   
mustered out in 1865. Moved to Colorado. Married Emma J.Frisbie. She rented cabins and he had a gold mine called the Little Mary
Contact Name:  Mary Craig
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Date Added:  6/22/2010
Company E
William Robinson - Private   
William was born in 1825 in Northwich, Cheshire, England. He and his wife Mary arrived in Boston from England 16th May 1845. He then travelled to and settled in Wisconsin. Apart from 2 years spent on the gold fields of California in the 1850's he lived the remainder of his life in Wisconsin.
He enlisted as a Private in the 22nd Wisconsin Infantry on 28th September 1864 and was drafted to E Company. He was mustered out on the 17th May 1865. His unit number was 3074 and he fought for the Union. He was also discharged with Distinguished Service.
William died in 1904 and is buried in the Middlebury Cemetery, Iowa Co.
Contact Name:  Margaret Hall
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Date Added:  9/9/2006
Company F
Andrew Dalziel - Private   
Andrew was born in Scotland, arrived in America early 1850's, settled in the Mt. Morris area of Waushara County, Wisconsin.

December 1852 he married a neighbor's daughter, Catherine Paton Campbell, from Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland.

On 10 June 1865 was transfered to 3rd. Wisconsin Infantry, Mustered Out 7 August 1865.

He retuned to his Mt. Morris area farm and died 1883. He is buried in Howes Corners Cemetery, about 2 1/2 miles NE of the town of Mt. Morris, Waushara County, Wisconsin.

His wife remarried another Civil War Veteran, Eugene Leach.

Morey D. Grove A Campbell descendant.
Contact Name:  Morey D. Grove
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Date Added:  6/26/2004
Company F
Rowland I Edwards - Sergeant   
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Contact Name:  Mark Burlingame
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Date Added:  10/5/2008
Company F
William R Edwards - Unknown   
b: 24 Dec 1846 d: 14 Aug 1882, Buried Greenwood Cemetery, Newton, Kansas
Contact Name:  Julian Wall
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Date Added:  3/19/2011
Company F
Jacob Schenkenberg(er) - Musician   
Captured at the battle of Resaca,Georgia age 17
Contact Name:  cathy Levis
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Date Added:  12/1/2006
Company G
Albion Caleb Squires - Private   
Albion Caleb Squires lived in Jordan, Green Co. Wisc. and married Sarah Isabelle McDonald there on 27 Jul 1862. He then enlisted as a private in Comp. G, 22nd. Wisc. Inf. on 2 Aug. 1862. The 22nd. Wisc. was sometimes called the 'Abolitionist Regiment', and was led by Col. William L. Utley, a relative by marriage of Albion Caleb Squires. Albion received a disability discharge on 13 Jan, 1864, and received a Distinguished Service Award.
Contact Name:  Robert Squires
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Date Added:  1/24/2006
Company G
Albion Caleb Squires - Private   
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Contact Name:  Robert
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Date Added:  8/15/2005
Company H
Lyman C Church - Unknown   
Was there a picture of the 22nd Wisconsin Infantry Co. H taken?
Contact Name:  Al Cloud
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Date Added:  6/10/2009
Company H
Lyman C Church - Private   
This was my gg grandfather. At the time of enlistment he was living in Racine, Wisconsin, and working as a farmer.
According to his Civil War pension papers, in June, 1864 near Kenasaw Mountian, Georgia, '...he was ordered to advance and throw up breatsworks that night, it was dark, and in rolling up a large log onto the breastwroks it slipped and came back
knocking him down-and rolled over him injured his back and spine so that he was scarcely able to move himself, that night he lay without medical attention suffering intense pain from his injury and a fever set in, he was then taken to the Regimental Hospital his spine and back was so injured that he has never been able or will [sic] that time to perform manual labor.'
Lyman spent the remander of the war in hospitals, being mustared out in June, 1865. He returned to civilian live, living in Black Hawk County Iowa working as a harness maker, a profession he continued with until retirement.
Contact Name:  Al Cloud
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Date Added:  6/10/2009
Company H
J. F. W. Cole - Private   
Joined regiment 8/11/1862. Was ill, recovering in a private home when the regiment was captured by Gen. Forrest, & evaded capture/imprisonment with a handful of surgeons & sick. Was reunited with 22nd after prisoner exchange, remained active through Grand Review, mustered out when regiment was disbanded, 6/12/1865.
Contact Name:  James Grey
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Date Added:  5/16/2007
Company H
John Hoodacheck - Private   
Looking for some information plus a picture of his group
Contact Name:  Clarence Hoodecheck
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Date Added:  4/15/2011
Company H
NOYES THOMAS KELLEY - Private   
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Contact Name:  KRIS T JOHNSON
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Date Added:  4/14/2015
Company I
Erwin S. Bowers - Private   
I believe he finished his service in a different regiment.
Contact Name:  Jon von Briesen
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Date Added:  3/23/2016
Company I
Norwood Bowers - Private   
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Contact Name:  Jon von Briesen
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Date Added:  3/23/2016
Company I
Arnold Cramer - Private   
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Contact Name:  Cheryl Cramer
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Date Added:  7/8/2004
Company I
Alexis W. Tallman - Private   
Alexis enlisted with two half-brothers, Norwood and Erwin S. Bowers. Their home was Clinton, Rock Co., Wis.

Alexis was a student at Allens Grove Academy (Walworth Co. - preparatory school for Beloit Coll.)

Alexis was killed, 1864, at Lost Mountain, Georgia
Contact Name:  Jon von Briesen
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Date Added:  3/23/2016
Company K
Jesse Day Cole - Private   
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Contact Name:  Donald Cole
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Date Added:  3/4/2014
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