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50th Iowa Infantry      
Company Unknown
Samuel Benson - Unknown   
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Contact Name:  Ken Robb
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Date Added:  12/27/2009
Company Unknown
Joseph L Billick - Unknown   
b:3-27-1836 Washington Co., Penn. d:1-18-1906 Newton Harvey Co., Kansas
Contact Name:  Julian Wall
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Date Added:  5/24/2010
Company B
William H Allender - 4th Corporal   
Enlisted as a Private on 21 May 1861 at the age of 19.
Mustered in Company B, 3rd Infantry Regiment Iowa on 10 June 1861.
Promoted to 7th Corporal on 1 May 1862.
Promoted to 5th Corporal on 18 October 1862.
Promoted to 4th Corporal on 7 December 1862.
Severely wounded in the right leg on 12 July 1863 at Jackson, MS.
Died from wounds on 18 August 1863 at Jackson Barracks, MO.
Buried at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery.
Contact Name:  Eric Stone
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Date Added:  8/14/2010
Company C
William L. Jones - Unknown   
Enlisted in May, 1861. Dicharged in 1862 for disability from injuries received and exposure.
Contact Name:  Robert Jones
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Date Added:  10/26/2004
Company D
Washington Andrew Barrett - Private   
AKA A. W. Barrett, moved west to Leadville, Colorado during the silver rush, then on to California where he became a well to do contractor, City Councilman and Superintendent of the Railroad. He died of cancer in April of 1905.
Contact Name:  Linda Sheridan
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Date Added:  7/12/2004
Company D
Samuel Jeffers - Private   
Samual was from near Cresco, Howard County, Iowa. He was mortally wounded in the Battle of Jackson, Miss, 12 July 1863 and died a few days later.
Contact Name:  Adrian Jeffers
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Date Added:  2/19/2009
Company D
Andreas/Andrew Thompson - Private   
Andreas Torkjellsson Langeland/Thompson
AKA: Andrew
born: 24 Sep 1847 Langeland Farm, Føgn Island, Finnøy Co., Rogaland Dist., Norway
Immigrated: 6 Apr 1854
died: Feb. or Mar. 1865 in a swamp in North Carolina.

He was just shy of his 17th birthday when he enlisted.

John G. Johnson, and others, gave testimony to various County Clerks of Court in March of 1871. Andrew's mother, Anne was evidently making an appeal for a pension based on Andrew's death during the war. John stated that he was the last one to see him.
The following is from the Commissioner of Pensions, by the Adjutant General. 'It appears from the Rolls of file in this office, that Andrew Thompson was mustered into service as a Priv. on the 6th day of February 1864 at Dubuque, in Co. D, 3rd Regiment of Iowa - Volunteers, to serve 3 years or during the war. On the Muster Roll of Co. C of 2nd Battalion Regiment, which was transferred for the months of July and Aug 1864, he is reported missing in action since July 22, 1864 - Muster Out Rolls of Co. I, 2nd Iowa Vols. (to which transferred) dated July 12, 1865, reports him 'Missing in Action' - Captured by the enemy July 22, 1864 near Atlanta, Ga. and not heard from since.
Civil War Records furnish no Records of Death and Interment on file, showing date or cause of death.' (note: the form was hand written and is, at times, difficult to decipher.)
The following is from John G. Johnson's written testimony. 'State of Minnesota, County of Mower. John G. Johnson, of the town of Newry, Freeborn County, in said state, being duly sworn says that he is a resident of said town and by occupation, a farmer, that his age is twenty-seven years. That he enlisted, at Saint Louis, in the State of Missouri, in Company 'F' in the third Iowa Infantry, on the 20th day of December, A.D., 1861 and was afterwards transferred to the second Iowa Infantry; That he was well acquainted with Andrew Thompson, who was a private in 'D' Third 'Reg.' Iowa infantry, was a comrade and other acquaintance of said Andrew Thompson, That said Thompson's name, he believes, was Andres.
That on the 22nd day of July, 1864, at Atlanta, Georgia, depontent and said Andrew Thompson, with very many others were taken prisoners by General Hood's Army and were taken thence to 'Andersonville Prison' Georgia where we remained at that place about five months. Thence taken to Goldsburrough, North Carolina, excepting seven of us who jumped off the cars about fifteen miles from Goldsburrough, and ran into the woods. That he, Andrew Thompson, S. Kendall and four others whose names he does not now remember, jumped off the cars as aforesaid on the 22nd day of February, 1865, That Andrew Thompson and deponent kept together five or six days in the woods when said Andrew Thompson became unable to travel. Three of the seven had already died. That he, deponent, remained with said Andrew Thompson, alone after the others who had not died, went away. That deponent himself was nearly exhausted, but remained with Thompson till he was nearly dead, when he left him in a dying condition, alone in a swamp, since which time deponent, nor any of his family to deponent's knowledge has ever heard from him. That, at the time deponent left said Thompson, he was past recovery as deponent verily believes, and further deponent says died.'
In a 42 page 'Sketch of a Soldier and Prison Life of a Member of the Third Iowa Infantry during The Civil War, from 1861 to 1865, written by John G. Johnson, he described how they were treated as prisoners. When they were given food, it was something like ground corn, including the cob. These men were very weak from enduring those months of prison life.
Copies of the original testimonies were hand written, some correction in spelling were made in this document. It is not know if Goldsburrough or Gouldsburrough, North Carolina is correct.
The last document from the Commissioner of Pensions states: 'I hereby report that the name of Anne Thompson, Mother of Andrew, who was a pensioner on the rolls of this Agency, under Certificate No. 169433, and who was last paid at $8, to 4 Sept, 1885, has been dropped because of reported dead.'
Contact Name:  S Glover
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Date Added:  6/21/2006
Company E
Samuel A. Daniels - 4th Corporal   
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Date Added:  2/18/2010
Company F
John A Cruzan - Unknown   
3rd Regiment, Iowa Infantry
Contact Name:  Marvin Cruzan
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Contact Homepage:  http://members.socket.net/~mcruzan/
Date Added:  12/17/2013
Company F
Marcus F Gillett - Private   
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Contact Name:  Jene
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Date Added:  5/24/2014
Company F
Judson E Murphy - Unknown   
Murphy, Judson E. Age 18. Residence Fredericksburg, nativity New York. Enlisted May 20, 1861. Mustered June 8, 1861. Taken prisoner April 6, 1862, Shiloh, Tenn. Missing in action July 12, 1863, Jackson, Miss. Mustered out June 18, 1864, Davenport, Iowa, expiration of term of service.
Contact Name:  Wade Johnson
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Date Added:  5/15/2012
Company F
James lucius Sawyer - Unknown   
James was born in 1824 in South Hero Vermont and went to Iowa in 1841 with his older brother Charles for the U.S. Department of the Interior to help to move the Winebago Indians to Minnesota. After the move, they settled in Clermont Iowa. James enlisted May 20th 1861 along with his younger brother Iram Allen Sawyer. James fought at Shiloh,Blue Mills, Hatchie Bridge,Meridian, Vicksburg and Atlanta. Witnesses saw James drink contaminated water either at Blue Mills or Shiloh. He was plagued with stomach and bowel problems for the rest of his life. After Atlanta there were not enough men left to form a regiment and the 3rd Iowa was consolidated with the 2nd Iowa Infantry. James marched in the Victory Parade in Washington and was mustered out at Louisville Kentucky on July 12th 1865.
James died in the Soldiers Home at Marshaltown Iowa in Nov. 1896 and is buried in West Union Iowa cemetery.
Contact Name:  Jack Sawyer
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Date Added:  11/3/2006
Company G
Barton Coles - Private   
Coles Barton age 19. Residence Whitebreast, Nativity Ohio.
Enlisted 21 May 1861, Died 15 April 1863 of small-pox, Memphis Tenn.
Contact Name:  Kenneth J. Coles
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Date Added:  2/13/2009
Company G
Benjamin P. Coles - Private   
what did he die off ?
Died of pneumonia, 5 Jan. 1862. St. Louis Mo.
Buried in Nationl Cemetery, Jefferson Barracks, Mo.
Sec 51 Site 827
Contact Name:  SSG. Kenneth J. Coles
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Date Added:  12/5/2007
Company G
William Clark Newlon - 3rd Sergeant   
Will fought at:
1. Battle of Blue Mills Landing
2. Shiloh
3. Battle of Davis Bridge
Contact Name:  Christopher Newlon Green
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Contact Homepage:  www.greensblueandgray.com
Date Added:  7/30/2006
Company I
Levi Coles - Private   
Levi Coles 18 Iowa Infantry Company: I
Contact Name:  Kenneth J. Coles
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Date Added:  2/13/2009
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