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6th Missouri Infantry      
Company A
William Leslie Gordon - Captain   
Commissioned as 1st Lieutenant in Company A in June 1861 and mustered out June 24 1864. He re-enlisted with Company A as Captain and mustered out August 23, 1865. Promoted to Captain and was transferred from Company A to Company D.
Contact Name:  David Eckert
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Date Added:  8/3/2007
Company B
William J Harmony - Unknown   
was taken sick just before siege of Vicksburg (1862) and was confined in Convolescent camp at Memphis, Tenn. for about six months, then rejoined his regiment.
Contact Name:  Walt Koontz
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Date Added:  2/2/2011
Company F
George Stratton - 1st Sergeant   
George Stratton was from Scotland. He came to the U.S. in the 1850's. He enlisted in the 6th in St. Louis.

After the war he went with Lt. David Mortimer, also from the 6th, to Ottawa County, Kansas, near Delphos, KS, and homesteaded there along the banks of the Solomon River. He fought indians as they raided the Solomon Valley. He lived next to Anna Morgan who was captured during one of these raids and later freed by George Custer.

George Stratton became very successful raising cattle, owned 2,700 acres and a flour mill in Delphos, Kansas. He died in 1907 and is buried in the Highland Cemetery in Minneapolis, Kansas.
Contact Name:  Marc Trueb
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Date Added:  5/1/2006
Company Field & Staff
Joseph S Grazier - Private   
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Contact Name:  Jim Grazier
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Date Added:  5/3/2016
Company G
Joseph E. Baugh - Private   
Served in Co G & K from 1 June 1861 thru 23 Aug 1865. After the Civil War he and his brother George P Baugh reenlisted into Co M 5th US Arty and served at Fort Jefferson, Dry Tortugas, FL.
Contact Name:  Jack Baugh
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Date Added:  5/14/2012
Company H
David Epple - Unknown   
b:4-28-1832 Wuttemberg, Germany d:11-14-1904 Newton, Kansas
Contact Name:  Julian Wall
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Date Added:  5/25/2010
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