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50th Iowa Infantry      
Company Unknown
George McCreery - Unknown   
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Contact Name:  Shirley Lewis
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Date Added:  12/29/2010
Company A
Albert Bain - Private   
Great Grandfather - died in Missouri in 1875
Contact Name:  Carol Simonet
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Date Added:  2/5/2006
Company A
Eugene L Knight - Sergeant   
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Contact Name:  Gary Parker
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Date Added:  1/16/2016
Company A
issac jacob ruth - Private   
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Contact Name:  Sondra Whitman
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Date Added:  7/24/2004
Company B
Richard Hilbert Dixson - Corporal   
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Contact Name:  Stephen Moyers Woodard
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Date Added:  12/19/2010
Company B
Daniel Leaming - Private   
Daniel LEAMING, b. 2 Nov 1821, Marion Co., IN; d. 1908, Endicott, Whitman, WA. Son of Judah Leaming Jr. and Eunice Griffin. Brother to Union veterans Charles Mac Leaming and Elisha Leaming. Married 1851, Des Moines, IA, to Mary SPEAR, b. 21 Apr 1836, Ashtabula Co.,OH; d. 28 Mar 1896, Endicott, Whitman, WA; dau. of John Speare (1788-1886) and Mary Osborn (1797-1840).

Official record Film No. M541 roll 16.
Contact Name:  Gregory Leaming
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Date Added:  3/9/2005
Company C
Levi B Cochlin - Lieutenant   
I recently found photographs of survivors taken in 1883...I would be glad to send a copy....
Contact Name:  Drew Edmondson
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Date Added:  4/27/2004
Company C
John C Ritchey - 1st Sergeant   
John C. Ritchey was my great-great-great grandfather. He was killed in action at Atchafalaya, LA on Sept. 29, 1863 at the age of 45. He was a farmer in Washington TWP, IA. Any other information on him would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

Lee Ritchey
Contact Name:  Lee
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Date Added:  12/13/2004
Company C
Joseph M. Snider - Private   
Photos of Co. C., 19th Regiment in 1883 and 1909. Also ribbons from the Tenth Reunion and the 1909 reunion on website. Please send obituaries and/or biographies of men that served in Co. C to add to the website.
Contact Name:  Norma Jennings
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Date Added:  8/11/2004
Company D
WILLIAM S. BROOKS - 2nd Lieutenant   
Lt. William Brooks was wounded while recovering the Colors from the Battlefield at Prairie Grove. Would love to have a photo of him. He was also in the 1st Iowa Regiment Infantry which fought at Wilson's Creek and also the 56th USCT where as Col. Brooks he was killed in the Battle at Wallace's Ferry or Big Creek in Arkansas.
Contact Name:  BOB WEIR
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Date Added:  5/9/2008
Company F
Charles R Potter - Corporal   
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Contact Name:  Steven Hill
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Date Added:  3/15/2012
Company F
Ivory S. Siverly - Private   
Company was formed in Keokuk with many of the men from Louisa County-company sent to St. Louis, thence Springfield Mo., had a few days of training and then began march down into southern Mo./nw Ark.; Involved in the Battle at Prarie Grove, Ark. where members of the company were KIA or later died of wounds. Small skirmishes thereafter and company was later sent to Vickburg, which had surrendered by the time they arrived. Company then sent down the river south to central La.-Ivory captured at Battle of Fourdoche (Stirling's Plantation), along with a number of other units of Iowans. Was eventually exchanged at Port Hudson. Returned home to Morning Sun to resume his life as farmer.
Contact Name:  Jon R. Hunt
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Date Added:  7/11/2009
Company G
Thomas A OGDEN - Private   
Thomas was my Great-Great grandfather's oldest brother. I ordered his Civil War records, but only purchased the 'partial'. I discovered he died of disease in southern Missouri. If anyone has a photo of this company, I would love to have a copy.
Contact Name:  Heidi OGDEN
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Date Added:  2/19/2012
Company G
J. Peter Stineman - Sergeant   
My great-great grandfather J. Peter Stineman mustered into the army as a Private and mustered out at discharge as a Sergeant. I have a medal given to him at a Reunion in the 1880''s. If anyone has a photo of company the Iowa 19th Infantry Co. G please email me as I''d love to have a copy. thanks
Contact Name:  Jeff W
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Date Added:  2/16/2005
Company H
Nottley Garrison - Unknown   
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Contact Name:  Mark Hill
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Contact Homepage:  genealogyandmore.com
Date Added:  9/25/2007
Company H
Theodore Gideon - Private   
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Contact Name:  Mark Hill
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Contact Homepage:  genealogyandmore.com
Date Added:  9/25/2007
Company H
Henry C Pike - Private   
Great Grandfather Pike was wounded at the battle of Prairie
Grove Arkansas. After recovering from his wounds, Henry was discharged from the army and returned home to Iowa.

Henry still wanted to fight. After traveling to Davenport Iowa
Grandfather pike enlisted in the 1st Iowa Calvary and rode with this unit for the remainder of the war.
Contact Name:  Dennis Awbrey
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Date Added:  3/22/2008
Company I
John Hook Jameson - Private   
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Contact Name:  James Allen
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Date Added:  7/11/2007
Company I
Robert H Johnston - Musician   
My Great-Grandfather carried and played the bass drum in the Civil War.
Contact Name:  Kris Johnston
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Date Added:  11/24/2006
Company K
Benjamin Franklin Harlan - Corporal   
Benjamin died in battle December 7, 1862 at Prairie Grove, AR.

Contact Name:  Ed Wynn
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Date Added:  9/16/2008
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