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Service record book of men and women of Mt. Horeb, Wis. and community
([1940/1949])

Area men who gave their lives in the war between the states: [townships],   pp. 111-116 PDF (1.2 MB)


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AREA MEN WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES IN THE WAR BETWEEN THE STATES.
Township of Blue Mounds
Charles Anderson, Co. B, 11th Regiment died at Oldtown, Arkansas on September 9,
1862.
Theophlis Cross, Co. B, I Ith Regiment died of wounds at Oldtown, Arkansas, August
19, 1862.
Fritz Dagenhart, Co. C, 17thRegiment died of burns at Camp Randall, March 19, 1862.
Edwin Day of the U. S. Ship Berdona died at Washington, D. C. on January 27, 1862.
Lt. Lorenzo A. Dixon, Co. M, 3rd Cavalry died of wounds at Independence, Missouri on
October 29, 1864.
David Dryden, Co. D, 40th Regiment died at Madison, Wisconsin on September 18, 1864.
Corporal John Henkle, Co. C, 12th Regiment died in July or August, 1864, at Atlanta,
Georgia.
William Krug, Co. C, 12th Regiment killed July 13, 1864 at Chattahoochie, Georgia.
Ole A. Lee, Co. D, 15th Regiment killed December 31, 1862 at Stone River, Tennessee.
Ole J. Oleson, Co. D, 15th Regiment died September 28, 1862 at Jackson, Tennessee.
Tusten Oleson, Co. D, 23rd Regiment died February 4, 1863 at Young's Point, Louisiana.
Otis Reid, Co. C, 12th Regiment died April 23, 1862 at Fort Riley, Kansas.
Henry Rich, Co. C, 12th Regiment died April 20, 1862 at Fort Riley, Kansas.
Christian Ruste, Co. E, 15th Regiment died May 2, 1862 at Island Number Ten, Tennessee.
Corporal Zachariah Wright, Co. K, 31st Regiment died of wounds February 27, 1865 at
Savannah, Georgia.


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