Friday, December 3, 2010

Soldiers Of Kansas.

Here is a short list of Kansas Men who fought in the civil war some fought for Kansas, while others fought for other states., but came to Kansas after the war to live.
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John L. Brown.

Birth: 1844.
Death: 1909.
Burial: Virgil Cemetery, Virgil, Greenwood County, Kansas.

Brown, John L. CO. A, 151ST IND. Infantry Virgil, Greenwood Merchant .

Date Enrolled: 1865/01/28
Where Enrolled: LaPorte, Indiana
Age: 21
Discharge Date: 1865/09/19
Notes: Appt. Corpl., 2/18/65.
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Dominicus Goodwin Abbott.

Birth: Mar. 28, 1841, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio.
Death: Sep. 3, 1920, Humboldt, Allen County, Kansas.
Burial: Mount Hope Cemetery, Humboldt, Allen County, Kansas.

Dominicus Goodwin Abbott died at 9:30 a.m. Friday, September 3, 1920. He was 79 years old. He was born in Cincinnati, Ohio on March 28, 1841. He served over three years in the Civil War, enlisting in 1862 in Company E, 101st Regiment, Illinois Volunteer Infantry. He married Mary Elizabeth Beavers on October 6, 1867.

Abbott, Dominicus G. CO. E, 101ST ILL. VOL. Infantry, Humboldt, Allen, Farmer.
Rank Musician Company E., Unit 101 ILL., U. S. Infantry, Residence BETHEL, MORGAN CO, ILL., Age 21, Height 5' 8, Hair DARK , Eyes LIGHT, Complexion LIGHT, Marital Status SINGLE, Occupation FARMER, Nativity HAMILTON CO, OH., Joined When AUG 6, 1862, Joined Where BETHEL, ILL., Period 3 YRS, Muster In SEP 2, 1862, Muster In Where JACKSONVILLE, ILL., Muster Out JUN 7, 1865, Muster Out Where WASHINGTON, D. C.
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Elmore Y. Adams.

Birth: Unknown.
Death: 1916.
Burial: Mount Auburn Cemetery, Highland Park, Shawnee County, Kansas.

Adams, Elmore, CO. H, 5TH KANS. Cavalry Topeka Shawnee, Unknown, Oct/Nov 1916, Unknown.

Company H., Private Adams Elmore Y. March 17, '62 June 9, '63 Transferred to Co. K, December, 1863

Company K., Private Adams Elmore Y. March 17, '62 June 9, '63 Mustered out March 30, 1865.
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George W Andrews.

Birth: Dec. 15, 1842
Death: Feb. 6, 1920
Burial: Graceland Cemetery, Burlington, Coffey County, Kansas.

Andrews, George W., CO. E, 101ST IND. VOL., Infantry, Burlington, Coffey, Unknown , Dec. 15, 1842, Feb. 6, 1920, Bournville, OH.

Date Enrolled: 1862/08/12.
Where Enrolled: Anderson, Indiana.
Age: 19.
Discharge Date: 1865/06/24.
Notes: Mustered out near Louisville KY. Promoted Corporal December 31 1863.

George W. Andrews was born near Bornsvill, Ross county, Ohio, December 15, 1842. He moved with his parents to Anderson county Indiana, when eight years old. He lived there until he enlisted in the 101st Indiana volunteers in which company he served three years or until the close of the war. d. February 6, 1920.
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John R Bales.

Birth: 1846, Randolph County, Indiana.
Death: Mar., 1912.
Burial: Yates Center Cemetery, Yates Center, Woodson County, Kansas, Plot: S-10/L-47.
Wife was Samantha, 1852-1922.

Bales, John R., CO. G,, 124TH IND. VOL., Infantry, Yates Center, Woodson, Farmer Sept. 10, 1846, March 1, 1912, Randolph Co., IND.

Date Enrolled: 1863/11/28.
Where Enrolled: Winchester, Indiana.
Age: 18.
Discharge Date: 1865/08/31.
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William Bandel.

Birth: May 10, 1835
Death: Apr., 1908
Burial: Wamego City Cemetery, Wamego, Pottawatomie County, Kansas

He came to America in 1856, locating in Iowa, where he remained until 1860, when hearing of flattering prospects in Kansas made an overland trip to this state to make it his home.

From 1860 to 1862, he worked at his occupation as tailor. Mr. Bandel was married to Miss Josephine Marie Haller, at Lawrence in 1869.

Bandel, William, CO. F, 11TH KANS. VOL. Infantry, Wamego, Pottawatomie, Tailor May 10, 1835, Apr. 20, 1908, Mosigkau, Germany.
Note.  Was not found on the rosters.
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George H. Findley.

Birth: Apr. 25, 1830, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
Death: May 10, 1907, Severy, Greenwood County, Kansas.
Burial: Twin Grove Cemetery, Severy, Greenwood County, Kansas.

Mr. Findley was born in Pittsburg, Pa., April 25, 1830, where he grew to manhood. He enlisted as a private in Co. I, 168th Pa. Volunteer Infantry in Oct. 1862 and was honorably discharged the following July with his company at Harrisburg. He came to Kansas in 1875 and on Nov. 23, 1886 at Topeka, was married to Mrs. Lucinda Holt
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Nimrod Hankins.

Birth: Mar. 1, 1831.
Death: Feb. 22, 1905
Burial: Iola Cemetery, Iola, Allen County, Kansas.
Wife was Elizabeth Case Hankins (1844 - 1919
Children were Fannie L Hankins (1867 - 1867)
William Case Hankins (1868 - 1952)
Louis Lloyd Hankins (1877 - 1877)
George Drury Hankins (1883 - 1967)

Military Service:

Ninth Regiment Kansas Volunteers - Cavalry
Company E.

Private Hankins Nimrod Iola Oct. 19, '61 Jan. 16, '62 Promoted 1st Sergeant January 16, 1862.
First Sergeant Hankins Nimrod Iola Oct. 19, '61 Jan. 16, '62 Promoted 1st Lieutenant June 10, 1862.
First Lieutenant Hankins Nimrod Iola June 10, '62 Mustered out Jan. ', '65, De Vall's Bluff, Ark.
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Archer Hamon.

Birth: Unknown.
Death: Unknown.
Burial: Greenwood Cemetery, Sedan, Chautauqua County, Kansas.

Military Service:
Company E, 4TH MO. S. M. Cavalry, was not found on roster.
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Sylvester R. Hand.

Birth: unknown.
Death: Jan. 20, 1901.
Burial: Mount Hope Cemetery, Independence, Montgomery County, Kansas.

On Sunday evening at 7 o'clock the death messenger came and Sylvester R. Hand passed away after a brief illness, at the extreme age of 82 years. He was an old soldier in the Fortieth Indiana regiment, came to this county early in 1870 and located in the Elk river valley. After a few years his disabilities were so great that he moved to the city, and for a quarter century has lived with his niece, Mrs. Eastman, living quietly, but enjoying much of life and taking great interest in the G. A. R. meetings, and in public affairs, respected by all who knew him. Funeral on Tuesday, under the auspices of the G. A. R., in charge of Commander H. C. Jewett, with Rev. G. W. Stafford officiating at the funeral.

Military Service:

Hand, Sylvester R. CO. K, 48TH IND. Infantry.
Date Enrolled: 1861/10/24.
Where Enrolled: Rensselaer, Indiana.
Age: 43.
Notes: Transferred to Veterans Reserve Corps.
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Thomas J. Hargis.

Birth: May 9, 1839, Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois.
Death: Nov. 10, 1918, Holton, Jackson County, Kansas.
Burial: Holton Cemetery, Holton, Jackson County, Kansas.

Thomas J. Hargis was born on May 9, 1839, at Springfield, Ill., and died in Holton, Kan., Nov. 10, 1918. He had attained the age of 79 years, 6 months and 1 day. The years of his boyhood and young manhood were spent in the town where he was born.

When 23 years of age, Mr. Hargis was united in marriage to Harriett Judd. The wedding took place in Springfield, Ill., on Oct. 11, 1862.

He enlisted as a private in Co. K, 115 Reg. Ill. Infantry Volunteers. The period of his service in the Union army was three years. His honorable discharge was occasioned by a wound received in the battle of Chickamauga. The battle of Chickamauga began Sept. 19, 1863.

Military Service:

Rank Private, Company K Unit 115th., ILL., U. S. Infantry, Residence SPRINGFIELD, SANGAMON CO, ILL, Age 23, Height 5' 9, Hair LIGHT, Eyes BLUE, Complexion LIGHT, Marital Status MARRIED, Occupation FARMER, Nativity SPRINGFIELD, SANGAMON CO, ILL., Joined When AUG 22, 1862, Joined Where SANGAMON CO, ILL., Period 3 YRS, Muster In SEP 13, 1862, Muster In Where CAMP BUTLER, ILL., Remarks: DISCHARGED FOR DISABILITY OCT 9, 1864, AT CAMP BUTLER ILL.
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George Washington Jackson.

Birth: Aug. 11, 1831, Indiana.
Death: Feb. 8, 1912.
Burial: Union Cemetery, Winfield, Cowley County, Kansas.
Wife was Bettie Jackson (1837 - 1908

Col. Jackson was born August 11, 1831, and died at Fairland, Indiana, February 9, 1912. In the civil war he was a captain in the 34th Ind. Inf., lieutenant colonel and colonel of the 118th Ind. Inf., and colonel of the 9th Ind. Cav. In 1870 he moved to Geuda Springs; and two years later to Winfield, which he made his home until two years ago. He then went to the home of his son at Fairland. His wife died here several years ago, and was buried in Union cemetery.

Winfield Daily Courier, Monday, Feb. 12, 1912, Pg. 4
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2 comments:

Judy Hornbostel said...

My Great Great Great Grandfather was Robert Gaston. I found him on your web site. I tried to get just his information but I will have to print all the other names which would be a lot of printing. Is there a way that I can just get the information? My e-mail is ljhornbostel@walnutel.net.

Dennis Segelquist said...

Hi., Just highlight the info you and push Ctrl C. Then go to the document where you want to keep it
When ready push Ctrl V, this will past to your document.

Judy I had to put the answer here as your address was't working.