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161st Illinois Infantry      
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Harry Walin - Private   
Honorable Discharge 130 Combat Infantry - Tech 5 Fought Campaigns in New Guinea & Luzon during WWII - Dec 14, 1942 - Jan 12, 1946
Contact Name:  Brian
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Date Added:  8/20/2012
Company D
Samuel Eugene McRill - Private   
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Contact Name:  Richard Holgate
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Date Added:  4/2/2008
Company E
Jean Baptiste Carrin - Private   
Jean, AKA 'John B,' married and 29, with 4 children, enrolled in Company E 130 Regiment Illinois Volunteers on the 25th day of February 1864, at Alton. Sick from March 14 1865. Admitted Marine Hospital New Orleans, LA March 24 1865 thence transferred April 7 1865 to Hospital Willitts Point N.Y. April 15 1865. Mustered out at Chicago May 15, 1865. (Consumptive and in poor health.)
Contact Name:  Tim
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Date Added:  5/17/2008
Company F
William Mayberry Glenn - Private   
Refer to article of August 28, 1943 from The Daily Advocate, Belleville, IL
'Enlisting in Company F, 130th Illinois Infrantry, at Springfield, Ill., in October, 1862, Pvt. Glenn began his military service under the command of Col. Nathaniel Niles.....'
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Date Added:  2/26/2012
Company F
Joseph Witham - Private   
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Date Added:  4/29/2005
Company H
Samuel O. Shoemaker - Private   
Samuel O. Shoemaker while a prisoner of Camp Ford, Tyler, Texas, was killed while reading the Bible with two comrades from Iowa by a rebel guard who had sworn to kill a Yankee. His body was reburied after the war in the Alexandria National Cemetery, Pineville, Louisiana Plot A 1217. He was born in Pennsylvania, but was living in Illinois at the time of muster.
Contact Name:  Patty Myers
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Date Added:  10/9/2007
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