THIRTIETH ILL. INF. CO. G

 

Officers and Men Discharged With Regiment

Capt. David H. Wolf

First Lieut. James A. Logan

Sergt. Henry H. Hurst

Sergt. Peter S. Burnett, Keithsburg

Sergt. Francis A. Hoagland, Aledo

Sergt. John F. Harvey

Sergt. Perry Palmer, Keithsburg

Corporals Philip M. Detwiler and Harding Pearson

Aledo; Corporal Thomas Willett, Keithsburg

Privates

Alanson T. Roden, Keithsburg

George W. Mor­rison, Spring Grove

Thomas W. Burk, Aledo

Dennis C. Brickford, Reuben B. Gladman, Keithsburg

John P. McCartney, Aledo

William W. Prime, Chester; David B. Willett, Keithsburg

Richard S. Willett, Aledo; Jacob Weston, Chester; Samuel E. Boswell, Aledo

Henry C. Boden, Keithsburg

Alfred Black, Ohio Grove

Daniel Clark, Willis Catlin, Leander R. Catlin, Albert Catlin, Albert Dillon, William Easling, Keithsburg

John A. Faucett, Ohio Grove

Lansing A. Fleming, John Flynn, William H. Garner, Bald Bluff

Jarvis Gates, Keithsburg

John Hare, Ohio Grove

John McLehman, Keithsburg

William J. McClure, Ohio Grove

Edwin C. Nevins, Lucas Odell, Keithsburg

Anson C. Palmer, Bald Bluff

Daniel Simpson, Keithsburg

Richard M. Willett, Chicago

Thomas Willett, Abington.

Resigned.

Capt. 0. C. Richardson, Aug. 12, 1864

First Lieut. Henry G. Calhoun. Sept. 13, 1862

First Lieut. John McClure, Sept. 15, 1864.

Discharged.-

Sergt. Andrew J. Reid, Nov. 21, 1862

Sergt. William T. McClellan, Nov. 5, 1862 (wounds)

Benjamin Miller, Sept., 1864

John S. McCreight, Nov. 4, 1864

William Ball, Sept., 1864

Robert Dodson, April 15, 1862

William A. Dryden, May 5, 1862

John W. Fish, March 26, 1862

Wiliam W. Humbert, Nov. 16, 1862 (wounds)

James S. Hamilton, Sept. 26, 1862

James W. Ogle, Sept., 1864

Charles Phillips, Sept., 1864

Lewis Stillman, Nov. 17, 1863

Henry K. Tyler, Sept., 1864

George Austin, Feb. 24, 1865

Bruce M. Burnett, Jan. 24, 1865

John M. Breaky, Oct. 17, 1862

Alexander Carnahan, June 14, 1862

James W. Ditts, Sept., 1864

Robert Hamilton, Oct. 12, 1862

Samuel Haverfield, June 18, 1862

George W. Heath, April 1, 1865

E. B. Harvey, June 2, 1865

Thomas Jones, Dec. 1, 1864

W. T. Jackson, Sept., 1864

Chauncy Kimmel, Sept., 1865

William Kidwell, Sept., 1864

William Luce, June 14, 1865

John A. Morrow, Sept., 1864

George McFadden, July 22, 1862

Aaron Patterson, Sept., 1864

Henry Pantagraph, Sept., 1864

Joseph Pearsons, June 16, 1862

Eli Palmer, Sept., 1864

Lucius Personius, Sept., 1864

Levi Riddell, Sept., 1864

N. L. Rodgers, April 28, 1862

Gillespie B. Rice, Sept., 1864

John J. Stafford, July 22, 1862

William N. Willits, Sept., 1864

Moses Wilkerson, Sept., 1864

William H. Weaks, April 24, 1862

Robert G. Whiting, Feb. 24, 1865

Joel Yeomans, Sept., 1864.

Died.—

Capt. James Burnett, killed at Champion Hills, Miss.

Sergt. Joseph R. Humbert, Sept. 15, 1863

Samuel D. Boden, killed at Atlanta

William C. Brickett, Nov. 16. 1862

J. Cook Brisbin, Feb. 23, 1862

Levi Jackson, May 22, 1862

Stephen F. Moler, Jan. 14, 1862

Van C. Ogle, March 28, 1862

James W. Purdum, April 4, 1862

Albert A. Holland, killed at Kenesaw Mountain

Wiliam C. Kelly, Apri1.15, 1862

James W. Main, March 5, 1862

Alvah Shumway, killed at Fort Donelson.

Transferred.—Daniel A. Copeland. to Veteran Reserve Corps; Thompson Kimmel, Patrick. Malvaner, Sept. 15, 1863.

Deserted.—Surbetus O'Neal, Jan. 27, 1864; Franklin White.

Captured.—John R. Shortridge, at Atlanta, Ga.

 

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