Wisconsin's Civil War Archives. A guide to the war materials held by the various government agencies of Wisconsin and by the State Historical Society. Includes a bibliography. Pixley, Rutherford Birchard.
4th Wisconsin Volunteer Regiment - Wikipedia
Quiner, E. Wisconsin records are available from National Archives - M Roster of Wisconsin Volunteers, War of the Rebellion, Searchable by surname or regiment. Gives basic data: when enlisted, residence at enlistment, if died, wounded or prisoner, when mustered out. Bethesda, Maryland: University Publications of America, Steckler, Marlys Manley.
Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin: Steckler, Thisted, Moses N. Hemet, California: Alphabet Printers, Thwaites, Reuben Gold. Frontier Defense of the Upper Ohio, , comp. Madison, Wisconsin: Wisconsin Historical Society, Adjutant General's Office. Pension Bureau. List of Pensioners on the Roll January 1, giving the names of each pensioner, the cause for which pensioned, the post-office address, the rate of pension per month and the date of the original allowance, as called for by Senate Resolution of December 8, Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Company, Five volume set arranged by county.
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Gives the number of the certificate and provides clues for searching the records. United States. Selective Service System. United States Veterans Administration.
Washington: Veterans Administraiton, Publications Service, Annual Report of the Adjutant General, Madison, Wisconsin: Democrat Print Co. Adjutant General. Roster of Wisconsin Volunteers, War of the Rebellion Madison: Democrat Print Co. Wisconsin Volunteers, War of the Rebellion Madison: Democrat Printing Co. Lists the soldiers in alphabetical order giving their name, rank, company and regiment.
Military Records, Shiloh Monument Commission. Wisconsin at Shiloh, Report of the Commission, comp.
Madison, Wisconsin: The Commission, Kellogg, et al. Wisconsin Soldiers in the World War , obituaries and notices. A collection of obituaries and death notices for the soldiers of the period. Thereafter the Fourth regiment was actively and almost constantly engaged in scouting, picketing and accompanying expeditions of various points in Louisiana and Mississippi until July, , when with other troops it was transferred to Texas near the Rio Grande. Companies of the regiment were detached to guard different points along the line of that river, and the whole command remained in this service until the latter part of May, , when the regiment was transferred to Madison, WI, which place was reached June 14th and the regiment was soon thereafter mustered out of service of the United States and disbanded.
Source: Wisconsin Veterans Museum.
4th Regiment, Wisconsin Cavalry
Hollandsworth Jr. Given the rough living conditions, unhealthy climate, and boring routine, it is not surprising that most of the Union soldiers stationed on Ship Island counted the days until they would be able to leave. Except for those unfortunate black soldiers in the 74th USCT, most of the Union soldiers who spent time on Ship Island eventually got a chance to get away. Life on Ship island for soldiers during the Civil War was a boring, uncomfortable, and often a deadly experience.
Plaques mounted at the entrance to Fort Massachusetts bear mute testimony to that fact today. These plaques bear the names of Confederate prisoners of war who died and were buried on Ship Island. Wade, Charles D.
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Why is he not listed in your roster? His death certificate states he was buried in Clear Lake, Polk County, Wisconsin; why am I unable to locate his grave? He was born 8 May and died 18 March Looks like we missed everyone from the Town of Richmond!
As well as some others. We have added him and will be looking through Company G more carefully soon. Unfortunately, we do not have a plat map of the cemetery, so cannot tell you where that is. Do you have any other history of Columbus, and perhaps a photograph, that you would like to share and we can create a page for him?
Appendix E: Civil War Union Volunteer Regimental Books
My ancestor, Peter Harper was in the unit. He enlisted 20 Apr as Sergeant, promoted to First Sergeant and mustered out 02 Aug and commissioned an officer on that same date. I have info that says Film Number: M roll I found out that this was not my ancestor but it was fun thinking it was. This Peter Harper was married to a different woman than my ancestor. You are commenting using your WordPress.
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4th Wisconsin Infantry/Cavalry Regiment, Company G
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