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53rd Wisconsin Infantry      
Company Unknown
Charles DeGroat - Unknown   
Mustered in 9/16/1864
Died of disease 12/15/1864
Buried Nashville Military Cemetery Grave # 111273
Contact Name:  Dickson Spencer
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Date Added:  2/13/2011
Company Unknown
Joseph DeGroat - Unknown   
Mustered in Septenber 16, 1864
Mustered out June 24, 1865
Contact Name:  Dickson Spencer
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Date Added:  2/13/2011
Company A
isaac A Hill - Private   
Isaac Amasa Hill was 16 years old when he enlisted in the Army. His unit was primarily used for guarding railroads, and other infrastructure. We have a letter in our possession about his exploits. He had the opportunity to meet Abe Lincoln who he described as the ugliest man he ever met. He went on to speak of President Lincoln's wit, and that he asked Isaac how old he was. Isaac once overslept and lost his unit, and looked like crazy to find them. He was the unit barber. He got very sick once, and described an ear infection which made life very difficult for him. He also spoke of his unit running into a Cavalry unit headed up by General Nathan Bedford Forrest. When he got out of the Army he became a Constable and a farmer, and had a long and prosperous life.
Contact Name:  steve shervey
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Date Added:  5/22/2006
Company B
Henry S. Crooks - Private   
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Contact Name:  Daniel Laust
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Date Added:  8/2/2008
Company F
John Nelson Pulver - 1st Sergeant   
John N Pulver Claimed Residence in Jefferson, Vernon County, WI    
Enlist Date 05 August 1864 in Jefferson, Wisconsin
Enlist Rank Sergt; Promoted to Full 1st Sergt
Served Wisconsin  Enlisted F Company 43rd Inf Reg. WI died disease at Madison, IN on 12 January 1865         Source: Roster of Wisconsin Volunteers: War of the Rebellion

his pension files say he died of typhoid fever; served under Captain Wilson of the 43rd regiment of Wisconsin; his widow applied for a pension 18 March 1865

buried in New Albany National Cemetery, New Albany, Floyd County, Indiana; grave listed under Pulvar, J N, d. 01/12/1865, SGT F 43 WIS INF, Plot: 974; not verified by the U.S. Department of Veterans'' Affairs.
Contact Name:  Pamela Brett
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Date Added:  5/20/2004
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