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Company B
John Heiman
- Private
John Heiman
Side Served: Union
State Served: Missouri
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private.
Enlisted in Company B, 2nd Infantry Regiment Missouri.

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Date Added: 2/2/2008

Company E
Jasper Newton Burks
- Captain
Found this CSA grave marker 19 Feb 05 at the Knights of Pythias cemetery near Farmington, Missouri: Lat 37N46.157, Lon 90W25.271. No birth or death dates on marker. Photos available.
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Date Added: 2/19/2005

Company K
Leopold Fessler
Rank Unknown
Birth: Dec. 15, 1836
Baden, Germany
Death: Dec. 22, 1920
Harvey County
Kansas, USA

Kansan, Wednesday, December 22, 1920

Mr. Leopold Fessler, aged 84, a well known and highly esteemed resident of Newton died this morning at 10 o,clock at his home ar 211 East Fourth. Mr. Fessler had been in poor health for several years, and had been confined to his bed for the past three months.
Mr. Fessler was born December 15, 1836, in Forst, Baden, Germany. He came to America with his parents, five sisters and five brothers on november 12, 1854 and arrived at Booneville, Mo., March 10, 1855. He was employed at that place until 1861, when with a brother he answered the first call of President Lincoln. It was on May 18 of that year he was mustered into service. He served three months in Company K, Third Missouri Volunteers under General Scofield, then was adjutant of General Lyons in the regiment commanded by Colonel Franz Siegler. He participated in the battle of Carthage, Mo., on July 5, 1861, and in the battle of Wilson Creek under General Lyons on August 10, 1861. He was mustered out of service August 30 at St. Louis, Mo. On December 21, 1861 he re-enlisted in Company A, Fifth M. S. M. Cavalry serving three years. He was mustered out of service at St. Louis, Mo., on January 9, 1865 and in the following month joined the Company of home Guards at Booneville, Mo., serving in that company until the close of the war. Three brothers of Mr. Fessler, two younger than he and one older served in the Union Army.

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Date Added: 5/25/2010

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