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Death: January 4, 1880, Winfield, Kansas.
Burial: Union Cemetery, Winfield, Cowley county, Kansas
Original Second-Sergeant. Sergeant Buck enlisted from Sycramore, Illinois, and was mustered with the regiment. Sergeant Buck was promoted Second-Lieutenant, First- Lieutenant and Captain, and
was mustered out June iS, 1864. Captain Buck was a very good officer, generally liked in his company, and looked out for the welfare of his men as well as any officer of Company F. After his
muster out as Captain, he helped raise the One Hundred and Forty-Seventh Illinois Infantry, a one hundred day regiment, which he entered as Captain. After the war he went South and died in Kansas.
ILLINOIS STATE ARCHIVES. Illinois Civil War Detail Report.
Name: BUCK, AZRO A. Rank: SGT. Company: F. Unit: 13 IL US INF.
Personal Characteristics. Age: 31. Height: 6'. Hair: SANDY. Eyes: BLUE. Complexion: LIGHT. Marital Status: MARRIED. Occupation: ENGINEER. Residence: SYCAMORE, DEKALB CO, IL. Nativity: WINDSOR, WINDSOR CO, VT.
Service Record. Joined When: MAY 24, 1861. Joined Where: DIXON, IL. Period: 3 YRS. Muster In: MAY 24, 1861. Muster In Where: DIXON, IL. Remarks: WAS 1SGT TO 6 AUG 1861 THEN 2LT TO 22 SEP 1862 THEN 1LT TO 21 AUG 1863 THEN CAPT TO DATE, Nov. 19, 1863.
Authors note Those on his pension card were; Fannie P. Buck, Celia A. Price, Georgia Buck and Fannie F. Addy.: