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Jacob N Ford
- Private
I would like information on my GG grandfather. Died and buried in Kent Co. Mich.. 1887
Contact Name: Jean Johnson
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Date Added: 5/11/2007

Company B
DeWitt Clinton Jones
- Private
Dewitt enlisted in 1 June 1861 in Danville, Vermilion County, Illinios and was mustered out in Springfield, Illinois on 5 September 1864. He participated in the Battles of Pea Ridge, Stone River, Mission Ridge and in Battles in front of Atlanta, GA. He served under Capt. Thomas McKibben. He married Margaret Rebecca Randall 25 April 1865 in Fountain County, Indiana and they had 8 children: Alvin, Susan, Harvey, William, Sarah, Orie, Julia and Elizabeth. He died 18 February 1882 in Danville, Vermilion County, Illinois and is buried in Farmer's Chapel Cemetery in Danville.
Contact Name: Anita Schultz-Peters
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Date Added: 10/16/2007

Company C
Fidelio Hall
- Corporal
He also lived in the Civil War home in Danville illinois
Contact Name: elana s hall batchelor
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Date Added: 5/2/2023

Company E
Jordan R Haddock
- Private
Enlisted as a Private on 20 August 1861 at the age of 17.
Mustered out on 5 September 1864 at Camp Butler, Springfield, IL.
Contact Name: Eric Stone
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Date Added: 7/11/2010

Company G
William Rogers
- Private
Williams brother Edward fought with the 92nd Illinois, was captured at the battle of Nickajack gap and spent a year in Andersonville prison. William wrote him after chickamauga but the letter was returned, William didn't know Edward had been captured. My dad has the letter.
Contact Name: Jay
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Date Added: 8/27/2013

Company Field & Staff
Robert H Browne
- Doctor
Researching his 2nd wife's obituary: Isabel G. Browne. Robert H. Browne, MD (b. Aug 1835 in New York; d. 8 June 1909, Wichita,KS) and his Father, Nimmo Browne (from Scotland), were contemporaries of Abraham Lincoln and Robert H. Browne, MD wrote a book about their friendship with Douglas and Lincoln entitled: 'Abraham Lincoln and the Men of His Time', 1901. The volume tells about his father, Nimmo Browne, as well.
Contact Name: Chris Stanga
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Date Added: 9/3/2010

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