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The Civil War service of the 127th Illinois Volunteer Infantry

Roger Boedecker

The Civil War service of the 127th Illinois Volunteer Infantry

by Roger Boedecker

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Published by R. Boedecker in [S.l.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Army. -- Illinois Infantry Regiment, 127th (1862-1865),
  • Illinois -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Regimental histories

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 116-117).

    Statementby Roger Boedecker ; drawings by Sue Sacks ; sketch maps by the author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE505.5 127th .B64 2007
    The Physical Object
    Pagination117 p. :
    Number of Pages117
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23576417M
    LC Control Number2009294281

    Histories. Mustered into service, Novem at Camp Butler, Illinois. The Tenth and Fifteenth Illinois Cavalry were combined late in the War; under Special Orders, No. 24, Janu , "The original service term of the Tenth and Fifteenth Regiments Illinois Cavalry Volunteers having expired the re-enlisted men and recruits of the same will,re-organized as the Tenth Regiment. th Infantry NY - THE HISTORY OF THE TH NEW YORK VOLUNTEERS: "MONITORS" CAMPAIGNS AND BATTLES OF THE TWELFTH REGIMENT IOWA VETERAN VOLUNTEER INFANTRY (Hardcover) By Major David W. Reed. pages. . +87pages. Concord, NH. Illustrated. Union Bookshelf. "In many respects the best regimental history for a Civil War unit.

    th Regiment, Illinois Infantry Overview: Organized at Anna, Ill., and mustered in Septem Moved to Louisville, Ky., September , Civil War» Index th Illinois Infantry» Company K, th Illinois Infantry ; Kendall County Men in Company K, th Illinois Infantry Names of Kendall County men who served in Company K, th Illinois Infantry. This is not a complete roster of the company.

    Civil War: The 2nd Kansas Volunteer Infantry Regiment This regiment was mostly recruited during the month of May. It rendezvoused at Lawrence, Kansas, and was mustered into the United States Service at Kansas City, Missouri, on the 20th of June, , by . In the same year, during the height of the American Civil War, Bonney, at enlisted into Captain John S. Williams Company G, th Illinois Volunteer Infantry Regiment, of the Union Army and participated in General Grant's Mississippi River Campaign, which included the Siege of Vicksburg, Mississippi, where he received a paralyzing leg Battles/wars: American Civil War, Mississippi River .


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The Civil War service of the 127th Illinois Volunteer Infantry by Roger Boedecker Download PDF EPUB FB2

Th Illinois Infantry Regiment History Adjutant General's Report. The One Hundred and Twenty-Seventh Infantry was raised under the call of President Lincoln for. In recognition of Illinois’ six regiments' service in the Mexican War, regimental numbers for infantry in the Civil War began at seven.

Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Illinois. This series of books give an overview of all military units provided the State of Illinois and listing of rosters of each unit. The 78th Illinois Volunteer Infantry Regiment took the field under command of a lackadaisical colonel who was frequently absent and feuded with his own officers and superiors.

Distrusted by senior officers, the 78th became a regiment that was always left behind—until its own officers forced their reluctant colonel to resign.5/5(10).

The Civil War Archive section, th Regiment Infantry, (accessed 15 June ). The Wikipedia article, th Illinois Volunteer Infantry Regiment, (accessed 15 June ). Companies in this Regiment with County of Origin [edit | edit source] Men often enlisted in a company recruited in the counties where they lived though not always.

Infantry Regiments: NOTE: All Consolidated, Reorganized, and Revived Regiments are listed according to their original regiment number. 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th 15th 16th 17th 18th 19th 20th 21st 22nd 23rd 24th 25th 26th: 27th 28th 29th 30th 31st 32nd 33rd 34th 35th 36th 37th 38th 39th 40th 41st 42nd 43rd 44th 45th 46th: 47th 48th.

For example, to return a list of soldiers in Company A of the 10th Illinois Infantry, choose A in the "Company" field and 10th Illinois Infantry in the "Unit" field.

To search for all soldiers whose residence is given as a county, township or city, enter the name of the. Regimental records, including descriptive rolls, order and letter books, and morning reports, of volunteer organizations, Civil War, Regimental and company books of volunteer organizations, Spanish-American War,and Philippine Insurrection, ; and of the Puerto Rican Regiment, ILLINOIS VOLUNTEER INFANTRY, DURING ITS TERM OF SERVICE.

(NOTE: THIS IS ALSO THE HISTORY OF THE 85th and th ILLINOIS AS WELL AS THE 52nd OHIO) By J. KINNEAR Cruger, Woodford County, Illinois. [Transcribed by Wayne A.

Edwards] CHICAGO: TRIBUNE COMPANY'S BOOK AND JOB PRINTING OFFICE. Histories of Illinois Civil War Regiments and Units In recognition of the service of Illinois’ six regiments during the Mexican War, the assignment of regimental numbers for infantry began with seven.

Please click on the bookmark for the desired regiment or unit to get to the history for that th Illinois Infantry INF th File Size: 1MB. During the Civil War,people from Illinois served in the Union army, more than any other northern state except for New York, Pennsylvania and ing with Illinois resident President Lincoln's first call for troops and continuing throughout the war, the state mustered infantry regiments, which were numbered from the 7th Illinois to the th Illinois.

Illinois Military Units in the Civil War. Springfield, Illinois: Civil War Centennial Commission of Illinois, (Family History Library book M2im; fiche ). The first section is arranged by county. The rest of the book is arranged by the name of the military unit, naming the counties where each company was raised.

Smith, Elijah. 10th Regiment Infantry (3 years) 11th Regiment Infantry (3 months) 11th Regiment Infantry (3 years) 12th Regiment Infantry (3 months) 12th Regiment Infantry (3 years) 13th Regiment Infantry: 14th Regiment Infantry: 15th Regiment Infantry: 16th Regiment Infantry: 17th Regiment Infantry: 18th Regiment Infantry.

Most of the papers relate to Orsell C. Brown's service in the Quartermasters Department of the 44th New York Volunteers, Regiment of Infantry, during the Civil War, This regiment was known as Ellsworth's Avengers and saw action at Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, and Petersburg.

The book is about the 78th Illinois Volunteer Infantry during its civil war campaign. I admit I am biased - my Great Great Grandfather Abraham Frisby was in the 78th Illinois regiment. This book made me feel like I was with him/5.

Back "in war times," history of the th regiment, New York volunteer infantry, with itinerary, showing contemporaneous dates of the important battles of the Civil war, by James Harvey McKee. [Unadilla] Lieut. Horace E. Bailey, publisher [Times office] c On cover: Civil war record of the th regt., N.Y.

volunteer infantry. web page history of the th Illinois-- FIFTEEN YEARS AGO: or the PATRIOTISM OF WILL COUNTY, by GEORGE H. WOODRUFF, History from Dyer's Compendium of the Rebellion.

Rosters. at Illinois State Archives. Miscellaneous. Three letters from Company H. Specific References for this Unit. References for the th Illinois Infantry. eighty-sixth regiment illinois volunteer infantry, during its term of service.

by j. kinnear, cruger, woodford county, illinois. chicago: tribune company's book and job printing office. to the commissioned officers and enlisted men of the eighty-sixth regiment illinois volunteer infantry.

The full finding aid for Civil War Union Volunteer Regimental Books also includes the number of volumes for each regiment. For further information on the records available for the following regiments, please contact the Old Military and Civil Branch (NWCTB), Room 13W, National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, DC The Chatfield Story: Civil War Letters and Diaries of Private Edward L.

Chatfield of the th Illinois Volunteers - Kindle edition by Terry M. McCarty, Margaret Chatfield McCarty. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Chatfield Story: Civil War Letters and Diaries of Private Edward /5(8).

Civil War: The 10th Kansas Volunteer Infantry By turning to the history of the 3d and 4th regiments, we find that they, with a few men from the Fifth, marched to Paola, Kansas, and under orders from the War Department, were consolidated, which formed the regiment.

Three months' service as the 7th Illinois Volunteer Infantry. Mustered in at Camp Yates 25 Apriland mustered out 25 July Official Regimental History of the 7th Illinois Infantry (American Civil War) Timeline for the 7th Illinois Infantry at He evidently combined a personal journal with official records to write this book.Consolidated with 77th Illinois Infantry Janu Regiment revived J 1st Brigade, 3rd Division, 13th Army Corps (New), Military Division West Mississippi, to August,   I've attached a photo of my ancestor, George Theodore Hyatt, 1st Sgt., Company D, th Illinois Volunteer Infantry, 2nd Division, XV Army Corps.

He received the MOH, “for gallantry in the charge of the volunteer storming party” (the Forlorn Hope),at Vicksburg.