4 edition of 96th Illinois Volunteer Infantry of Jo Daviess and Lake counties found in the catalog.
96th Illinois Volunteer Infantry of Jo Daviess and Lake counties
Paul Lavern Evans
Includes bibliographical references (p. 299-301) and index.
|Other titles||96th Illinois Infantry, Nine-sixth Illinois Volunteer Infantry of Jo Daviess and Lake counties|
|Statement||Paul Lavern Evans.|
|LC Classifications||E505.5 96th .E83 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 326 p. :|
|Number of Pages||326|
|LC Control Number||99075888|
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96th Illinois Volunteer Infantry of Jo Daviess and Lake counties by Paul Lavern Evans,P.L. Evans edition, in EnglishPages: 96th Illinois Volunteer Infantry of Jo Daviess and Lake counties by Paul Lavern Evans; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: History, Illinois Civil War,Regimental histories, Registers, Soldiers, United States, United States Civil War,United States.
Army. Illinois Infantry Regiment, 96th (); Places: Illinois, Jo Daviess County, Lake. The 96th Regiment, Illinois Infantry was organized at Rockford, Ilinois, and mustered in September 6, It moved to Nashville, Tennessee, and had duty there until June.
It mustered out J . The following is from "96th Illinois Volunteer Infantry - Jo Daviess and lake Counties", Paul Lavern Evans Stephen Jeffers: Pg. " Quartermaster Stephen Jeffers was born in NY and was 42 years of age at the time of his enlistment.
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For a guide to the bibliography see. Full text of "History of the Ninety-sixth Regiment, Illinois volunteer Infantry" See other formats.
In Mr. Eby, who had watched the pending conflict with much interest, and, although he had paid $50 for the volunteer service, decided, into proffer his services in behalf of the Union, and enlisted in Company A, 96th Illinois Infantry, which was assigned to duty in Tennessee, Louisiana, and Texas.
Boy Scout in the Galena-Jo Daviess County Historical Museum in Galena, Ill. during the U. Grant Boy Scout Pilgrimage. A farmer and mine operator, Council Hill Township, Jo Daviess County, was born in Millbrig, Jo Daviess County, Ill., in His father, Samuel Birkbeck, who was a native of England, after coming to the United States spent some time in Pennsylvania, and located at Millbrig, Vinegar Hill Township, in This regiment was composed of men from Jo Daviess and Lake Counties, Illinois and was mustered into Federal service on September 6, Following initial training, the Illinois 96th Infantry Regiment was attached to the U.
Army Sixth Corps and was engaged in campaigns in the Western Theater from October, to November, The Ninety-sixth Regiment, Illinois Infantry, was recruited in Jo Daviess and Lake counties, and marched away to the war infully 1, strong.
The late Thomas E. Champion was its Colonel, and General John C. Smith and Colonel George I. northern Illinois counties responded. Since neither county could, by itself, gather enough men to fill an entire regiment (about men), Jo Daviess and Lake counties combined to form the 96th Regiment Illinois Volunteer Infantry.
These two counties, from opposite sides at the top of the state, were united through the friendship of. Augustus Louis Chetlain (Decem – Ma ) was a United States Army soldier – the first man in Illinois to volunteer at the outbreak of the American Civil War.
New!!: Brevet (military) and Augustus Louis Chetlain See more». His father died inand, inhis mother removed to Illinois, and settled in Jo Daviess county. Mr. Clock enlisted in company E, 15th Illinois Infantry, and served as a private two years, when he became forage master, and.
"On the organization of the 38th Regiment Illinois Volunteer Infantry, under the gallant and distinguished Colonel (now Brigadier-General) W.
Carlin, he was appointed by that officer, his NINETY-SIXTH ILLINOIS INFANTRY. The 96th regiment was composed of six companies from Jo Daviess county and four from Lake.
It was organized at Rockford, onCited by: 1. Descendants of Charles Townsend. Generation No. 1. 1. CHARLES 1 T OWNSEND. More About CHARLES TOWNSEND: HARLES TOWNSEND.The company, recruited in Jo Daviess County, fared badly in the Confederate onslaught of 6 April; among the wounded was Crowell's brother, Cpl.
Rufus B. Tucker, now back in Nora. Crowell mentions many other members of the company and regiment, and generally provides a sense of the effect of this first calamitous battle on the people of the town. Was born in Erie County, Pa., Septemand raised in Avon Township, Lake Co., Ill.
Enlisted in August,in Company B., Ninety-sixth Illinois Volunteer Infantry, participating in all battles of his command until at Atlanta, GA., where he was severely wounded and discharged in January,from Marine Hospital, Chicago, Ill.