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11th Minnesota Infantry      
Company A
Rick D. Miles - Unknown   
I have located this soldier's grave site in Spokane, WA. 'Co. A 10th Minn. Inf.'
Contact Name:  Linda Shurtleff
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Date Added:  5/15/2011
Company A
John L Roberts - Private   
wounded at Battle of Nashville
Contact Name:  Tom
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Date Added:  7/23/2010
Company B
George Keller - Private   
George Keller enlisted as a replacement for the 10th Minnesota Infantry on Feb. 29, 1864. The Regiment was transferred to Columbus, Kentucky in April 1864 and Memphis, Tennessee in June 1864. The regiment was assigned to 16th Army Corp and participated in battle of Tupelo, Mississippi in July 1864 and Oxford, Mississippi in August 1864. The regiment pursued General Price's army in Arkansas and Missouri during September 1864 and participated in the battle of Nashville, December 15-16, 1864 and in the battles of Spanish Fort and Fort Blakely at Mobile, Alabama in April 1865. He mustered out with the Regiment at Ft. Snelling on Aug. 19, 1865. He moved to Deadwood,SD in the 1870's where he resided until illness sent him to the SD Veteran's home in Hot Springs. He died in Jan. 1923 and is buried at the SD State Veteran's Cemetery at Hot Springs.
Contact Name:  Bruce Keller
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Date Added:  8/25/2011
Company B
Henry Keller - Corporal   
In August 1862 he enlisted in the Tenth Minnesota Volunteer Infantry and, because of an Indian uprising, was stationed at frontier posts until June 1863. His regiment was ordered into Dakota Territory and engaged in battles with 4000 Sioux Indians during July 1863. In October 1863 the 10th Minnesota was ordered to St. Louis for provost duty. The Regiment was transferred to Columbus, Kentucky in April 1864 and Memphis, Tennessee in June 1864. The regiment was assigned to 16th Army Corp and participated in battle of Tupelo, Mississippi in July 1864, where he was wounded in the head, and Oxford, Mississippi in August 1864. The regiment pursued General Price's army in Arkansas and Missouri during September 1864 and participated in the battle of Nashville, December 15-16, 1864 and in the battles of Spanish Fort and Fort Blakely at Mobile, Alabama in April 1865. He was mustered out with his regiment at Fort Snelling, Minnesota in August 1865.

In 1887, he settled near Calispell, Washington where he farmed and raised cattle until his death in 1911.
Contact Name:  Bruce Keller
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Date Added:  8/19/2011
Company B
Isaac Keller - Private   
In August 1862 he enlisted in the Tenth Minnesota Volunteer Infantry and, because of an Indian uprising, was stationed at frontier posts until June 1863. His regiment was ordered into Dakota Territory and engaged in battles with 4000 Sioux Indians during July 1863. In October 1863 the 10th Minnesota was ordered to St. Louis for provost duty. The Regiment was transferred to Columbus, Kentucky in April 1864 and Memphis, Tennessee in June 1864. The regiment was assigned to 16th Army Corp and participated in battle of Tupelo, Mississippi in July 1864 and Oxford, Mississippi in August 1864. The regiment pursued General Price's army in Arkansas and Missouri during September 1864 Hospitalized because of illness, he was transferred to the Veterans Reserve Corp in November 1864 and performed nursing duties until the end of the war. Never regaining his strength, he died of consumption in 1876 and is buried at Canton, SD.
Contact Name:  Bruce Keller
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Date Added:  8/19/2011
Company D
Ingvald Thorsen Bakke - Private   
Ingvald Thorsen Bakke came to Kenyon, Minnesota, from Hemsedal, Norway, in April, 1962. He enlisted in the army at Garden City following the outbreak of the Dakota Conflict. He is listed as Ingval Thorsen in the register. Ingvald was mustered out with his unit and returned to Kenyon where he married and raised a family. In 1883, he homesteaded in West End Township, Richland County, Dakota Territory. Around 1910, he sold his farm and homesteaded near Yellow Grass, Saskatchewan, Canada. Ingvald was captured once but managed to escape by rubbing onions on his shoes, thereby throwing the dogs that were sent to find him. Finally, he managed to cross a stream and return to his unit. Ingvald suffered from intestinal ailments his entire life as a result of the war.
Contact Name:  Susan Brekke Benson
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Date Added:  10/28/2006
Company E
William Edgar Everett - Private   
Brother of my great-great grandfather, John K. Everett. William was originally from Delaware County,N.Y. Died in 1903 in San Bernadino, CA.
Contact Name:  Dede Stafford
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Date Added:  3/1/2010
Company E
Ebenezer Hillis Kennedy - Captain   
Ebenezer Hillis Kennedy (E.H.) mustered in as 1st LT comany F and was promoted to Captain Company E.
Contact Name:  William Kennedy
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Date Added:  8/17/2011
Company E
Ebenezer (E.H.) Hillis Kennedy - Captain   
Capt. E.H. Kennedy started in Company F as a 1st Lieutenant. Served with the Minnesota General staff for a bit and recieved command of Company E and lead them in the Battle of Nashville.
Contact Name:  William Kennedy
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Date Added:  12/4/2008
Company F
Robert Beith - Private   
Robert is my Great-Great-Great-Grandfather. He was born in Scotland in 1825. Served for three years in the 10th Minnesota Infantry, company F.

I have a tintype with the images of 5 men in Union uniforms, including Robert Beith. I am in search of the families of the other 4 men! My assumption is that the other men are in company F but I am far from sure. Maybe they were in the 10th Minnesota Infantry as well, but not company F. Contact me for more details - I have scanned the tintype and will certainly share. Hope to be able to share with descendants of the other 4 soldiers/compare images of the men.

Tess
Contact Name:  Tess Reams
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Date Added:  4/22/2011
Company Field & Staff
Eden Nichols Leavens - 1st Lieutenant   
Eden Nichols Leavens enlisted as a 1st LT and Regimental Quartermaster in the 10th Minnesota Infantry on 25 Apr 1864 and was mustered out of the 10th at Ft Snelling, MN on 19 Aug 1865.
His brother, William Nelson Leavens, served with Co. 'G', 51st Massachusetts Infantry as a Sgt.
Contact Name:  Vince Santana
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Date Added:  7/16/2009
Company G
James Doherty - Sergeant   
He was also part of the LeSueur Tigers and was at the Battle of New Ulm.
Contact Name:  Karen
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Date Added:  2/3/2008
Company G
John E Seal - Unknown   
George was my great great grandfather. Born in England in 1835, married Ena Brunstead from Norway in Canada. Then moved to MN. The record I have says he was in the unit 4 years. Then settled in Lesueur MN. Later moved to WA and died in 1899.
Contact Name:  Jack St. Clair
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Date Added:  4/13/2007
Company G
George Lorenz Wagner - Private   
My GG Grandfather was born in Germany and resided in Wabasha, Minnesota.It appears that his unit was among those at Mankato, MN on December 26, 1862 when 38 Native Americans were hung, the largest execution on U.S. soil. Buried at Riverview Cemetery, Wabasha, MN. 1829-1890
Contact Name:  Mark Salisbury
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Date Added:  9/20/2010
Company H
Michael Nagle - Private   
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Contact Name:  Chuck Dosh
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Contact Homepage:  http://www.tc.umn.edu/~bluhm002/ft/ged2html/surnames.html
Date Added:  10/10/2010
Company H
Patrick O'Brien - Private   
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Contact Name:  Lisa Bachman
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  4/19/2014
Company I
Christian (Johnson) Lillo - Unknown   
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Contact Name:  Neil Lillo
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Date Added:  1/10/2013
Company I
James F. Hyland - Private   
Company I and G from 2/24/1864-3/17/1865
Mothers name Margret
Contact Name:  Patty Cusack
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Date Added:  7/14/2018
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