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Claremen who served in the American Civil War, 1861-1865

Title: Claremen who served in the American Civil War
Type: Military Records
Dates: 1861-1865
Source: Various
Transcriber/Donator: Sharon Carberry, U.S.A.

What follows is a condensed version of data on individual soldiers shown in obituaries, pension records, official muster rolls, biographies, etc. Inclusion in this list depended on two key types of information: (1) an exact Army unit being named and (2) a specific reason to place the soldier's birth in County Clare. Every listing below that does not list a specific Clare location does have a clear reference in the underlying record to Clare, Ireland, although “Clare” is not repeated here. It is unknown how accurate the other information is in a listing, as the underlying records could contain typographical errors or be transcribed poorly, and spellings can be odd due to unfamiliarity of a record clerk with an Irish name or its spelling. The surname shown below in upper-case letters is the one shown in the soldier's record, followed by my best guess at the name as it would be spelled in Clare. In every instance, information in this list should be confirmed with additional research.

Abbreviation key:
app. = application
certif. = certificate
Art = Artillery
Cav = cavalry
Inf = infantry
FHL Film 350333, 350334:
Registers of Enlistments in the United States Army, The National Archives
vol. 54-55, 1859-1863, FHL US/CAN Film 350333
vol. 56-57, 1859-1863, FHL US/CAM Film 350334

Illinois State muster database is IL State Archives, Civil War Muster and Descriptive Rolls Detail Report

ALLEN, Robert
FHL film 350333: age 24, enlisted 2 Aug 1859 Camp Rodgininski 1st Inf Co. F, re-enlisted 1864 New Orleans, Louisiana. 5'6-1/2 dark hair, dark eyes, ruddy complexion.

ANGLIM - see Englim

ARTHUR, John
New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900 (Ancestry.com): age 19 (b.c. 1843), enlisted 12 Aug 1860 170th Inf, Co. E (later Co. D); index shows no pension.

ANGLUN/Anglim, James F.
b. 1846, parents: Thomas & Bridget Anglun. Enlisted 1861 17th PA Cav Co, K, wounded in 2 battles, discharged as 1st Lieutenant at war's end. Post-war: resided Bradford PA.; married, lived in Smethport PA. History of the Counties of McKean Elk, Cameron and Potter, Pennsylvania, With Biographical Selections, by M.A. Leeson (Chicago: J.H. Beers, 1890)

AUSTIN, Henry
FHL film 350333: age 28, enlisted 9 Oct 1862 Presidio, California 9th Inf Co. E, discharged 1865 San Francisco CA. 5'7” fair hair, blue eyes, ruddy complexion.

BARRY, John
Age 39 (b.c. 1822), sawyer, enlisted Boston MA 11 June 1861, discharged for disability Jan 1864. p. 468, The History of the Ninth Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, by Daniel G. McNamara (Boston, Mass.: E.B. Stillings, 1899)

BENNETT, William
New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: age 27 (b.c. 1837), enlisted 5 Jan 1864 16th Art Co. G; pension for serving 16 Inf Co. G, invalid 1200.869; wid. 17909.202; d. Michigan 1931.

BERTH, James
U.S. National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1866-1938: b.c. 1821. No military unit given. Residence in 1877: 839 Morris St, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Occupation: machinist. Admitted to National Home, Dayton OH.

BEVAN, Edward
FHL film 350333: age 22, enlisted Dover, New Hampshire 23 Sep 1861 17th Inf, discharged for disability Oct 1861 South Portland, Maine. 5'6-1/2” brown hair, blue eyes, light complexion.

BEVENS, Michael
b. 15 Oct 1831. Served 3 years in 11th OH Inf. Co. B. Had immigrated to Canada, resided in Piqua OH as of 1850. Obituary, 6 Jul 1906, The Call (Piqua OH).

BOLAND, James
b. 1811 or 1821. Served in 1st NY Mounted Rifles Co. G. Wife Sarah Houlihan also b. Clare. d. 8 Dec 1881, burial St. Mary's Cemetery. p. 6, Tombstone Inscriptions in Cemeteries in Troy, Rensselaer County, New York, Indicating a Foreign Place of Origin, by Loretta M. Nial, 1976

BOLTON, William
Enlisted 23 Aug 1861 as a single farmer age 25 residing Tiskilwa, Illinois (Bureau County), into 12 IL Inf Co. H. Source: Illinois State muster database.

BRADY, Terence
FHL Film 350333: age 22 shoemaker, enlisted Boston, Massachusetts 2 Feb 1861 2nd Art Co. K, discharged Feb 1865 Pensacola, Florida. 5'6“ brown hair, dark eyes, freckled.

BREEN, Patrick
New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: age 24 (b.c. 1839), enlisted Elmira NY 14 Dec 1863 15th Cav. 5' 10”, black hair & eyes, fair complexion; index has no pension.

BRENNAN, John
FHL film 350333: age 22, enlisted Buffalo, New York 2 Nov 1861 “general service,” last seen Nov 1861 Buffalo NY. 5'7-3/4” brown hair, gray eyes, fair complexion.

BREW, Michael
Enlisted as a laborer age 19 residing Chicago, Illinois, into 23 IL Inf Co. K, with last day of service on 15 Jun 1863. Source: Illinois State muster database.

BREWCOX, Robert
FHL film 350333: age 26, enlisted NYC 8 Aug 1860 “general service,” last seen May 1862. 5'5-1/2” brown hair, hazel eyes, ruddy complexion.

BROADY, Thomas
FHL film 350333: age 30, enlisted 6 Nov 1860 Baton Rouge, Louisiana 1st Art Co. D, re-enlisted 1864 Virginia. 5'6” black hair, hazel eyes, dark complexion.

BROWNE, John
FHL film 350333: age 21, enlisted Dubuque, Iowa 3 Dec 1861 12th Inf Co. A, discharged Mar 1862 Brooklyn NY. 5'6-1/2” light brown hair, blue eyes, florid complexion.

BULGER, Andrew
Enlisted 4 Jun 1862 at Chicago, Illinois, a married laborer age 37 residing at Chicago, into 67 IL Inf Co. B. The record states that he was born “Westford, Clare, Ireland.” Source: Illinois State muster database.

BURKE, James
Enlisted 4 Jun 1862 at Chicago, Illinois, a single laborer age 34 residing Chicago, into 67 IL Inf Co. B. The record states that he was born “Toulough, Clare, Ireland.” Source: Illinois State muster database

BURKE, Thomas
b. Tally Crine. Confederate Army 10th Tennessee Co. C last known serving at Black Mountain, Mississippi. Source: newspaper advertisement of 31 Aug 1871 placed by son John Burke of Little Rock, Arkansas, published in Daily Appeal (Memphis TN).

BURKE, Thomas
FHL film 350333: age 24 clerk, enlisted NYC 4 Oct 1860 8th Inf Co. C, last seen Aug 1863. 5'7 “ brown hair, blue eyes, fair complexion.

BURLEY, Patrick
FHL film 350333: age 23, enlisted 1860 Louisville, Kentucky 2nd Cav Co. G, discharged Sep 1865 Cumberland, Maryland. 5'6” brown hair, gray eyes, dark complexion.

BUTLER, Charles
FHL film 350333: age 25, enlisted NYC 20 Mar 1860 9th Inf Cos. A & C, discharged Mar 1865 San Juan Islands, Washington state. 5'7” brown hair, gray eyes, dark complexion.

BYRON, Brian, Charles P.
b. 1845. Navy sailor during Civil War: first a scout during the blockade of the South, later in the Gulf of Mexico. Had arrived U.S. with father, first residence: Little Falls NY. Post-war: Buffalo NY, doing Great Lakes shipping; later in oil business, Western Pennsylvania. d. 13 Sep 1912, burial: Little Falls NY. Obituary, McKean County Miner (Smethport PA).

CAIN, Michael
FHL film 350333: age 40, enlisted NYC 5 Mar 1860 9th Inf Co. I, re-enlisted 1864 Fort Point, California. 5'11” auburn hair, blue eyes, florid complexion.

CALLAGHAN, John
b. Kilrush. Served in Meagher's Irish Brigade, 88th Inf. Co. G, last seen taken prisoner at Fredericksburg, Virginia. Source: brother's newspaper advertisement of 29 Aug 1863, The Irish-American (NYC). Brother: Patrick Callagan, 602 Sixth Ave, NYC. Additional information in an online posting: prisoner at Chancellorsville, released 3 June 1863, returned to service and promoted to 1st Sergeant in Co. E, mustered out at war's end.

CALLINS, Denis
(federal record: Collins, 42nd Inf) New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: age 24 (b.c. 1837), enlisted Long Island NY 22 June 1861 42 Inf, Co. D, transferred to 83 NY Vols; index has no pension.

CAMPBELL,George
Served in 5th Connecticut Inf, Co.F (enlisted 2 Sep 1863 Wethersfield). Killed 28 Jul 1864 Chattanooga TN. Nephew Edward J. Campbell of Waterbury CT claimed soldier's money and stated Co. Clare as soldier's birthplace as well as for soldier's brother John, U.S. location unknown. News article, 30 Jul 1898 Waterbury Evening Democrat

CANAVAN, Martin
FHL film 350333: age 27, ordnance sergeant, enlisted 21 Nov 1860 12th Inf, Cos. A & B,re-enlisted 1864 Washington D.C. 5'6-1/4” brown hair, gray eyes, fair complexion.

CANAVAN, Martin
FHL film 350333: age 27, enlisted Buffalo NY 26 Sep 1860 3rd Art, discharged Nov 1865 Washington, D.C. 5'5” brown hair, gray eyes, fair complexion.

CAREY, John
FHL film 350333: age 24, enlisted Rouses Point, New York 7 Jul 1862 8th Inf, last seen 10 Jul 1862. 5'10” dark hair, blue eyes, dark complexion.

CARMODY, John
New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: age 19 (b.c.1843), enlisted 6 Feb 1862 5th Heavy Art, Co. H, captured 19 Feb 1864 at Cedar Creek, Virginia. 5' 5” dark hair, black eyes, light complexion. Federal pension records: invalid app.1.073.234, certif. 843.561 (1891); widow's app. 581.739, certif. 394.443.

CARMODY, John
b. 1834 Liscannor,. Vermont service records. http://vermontcivilwar.org/museum/people/ireland.php

CARMODY, Michael
FHL film 350333: age 21, enlisted NYC 4 Apr 1861 1st Art Co. E, discharged Apr 1864 Stevensburg, Virginia. 5'6” sandy hair, blue eyes, fair complexion.

CARNEY, John
New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: age 28, mason, enlisted Brooklyn NY 7 Sep 1864 9th Heavy Art; index has no pension; 5' 8” brown hair, grey eyes, light complexion. Federal records: Co. M.

CARNEY, Patrick
FHL film 350333: age 25, enlisted Cincinnati, Ohio 1 Feb 1862 15th Inf Co. A, d. (disease) 10 Jan 1864 Chattanooga, Tennessee. 5'6” brown hair, gray eyes, dark complexion.

CARROLL, John A.
FHL film 350333: age 22, painter, enlisted Boston, Massachusetts 23 Aug 1861, last seen Aug 1861 Boston. 5'6-1/2” sandy hair, blue eyes, fair complexion.

CARROLL, Timothy
FHL film 350333: age 25, enlisted Jacksonville, Missouri 15 Apr 1862 12th Inf Co. E, last seen Sep 1862. 5'6” light hair, blue eyes, light complexion.

CLANCY, Martin
New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: age 22 (b.c. 1840), enlisted 26 Aug 1862 133rd NY Inf Co. E, 5'5” black hair, brown eyes; last seen Oct 1861 Castleton NY.

CLANCY, Michael
Enlisted 4 Jun 1862 at Chicago, Illinois, a laborer age 19 residing Chicago, into 67 IL Inf Co. B. The record states that he was born Killnish, Clare, meaning Kilrush. Source: Illinois State muster database.

CLEARY, John
New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: age 21 (b.c. 1840), enlisted Albany NY 7 Nov 1861 91st Inf. Co G; 5' 7” light hair & complexion, blue eyes. Federal pension records: invalid app. 500.561, certif. 294561; widow's app. 703.144, certif. 485 904.

CLIFFORD, James A.
Soldier-bugler (musician) age 31, served in 1st U.S. Cav. Co.D (enlisted Aug 1858 Carlisle PA). Discharged Aug 1861, re-enlisted Sep 1861 as a captain in 1 Missouri Cav., discharged Jan 1865. Died 29
Nov 1874. Details provided at now-offline www.chrisanddavid.com/wwilsonscreek/roles/SOLDIERSUSREG.html

CLONE (Clune), Timothy
Enlisted 23 Dec 1862 at Chicago, Illinois, a laborer residing Chicago, into 23 Il Inf Co. I, later in Co. E; did not finish his 3-year term of service. Source: Illinois State muster database.

CLUIN/Clune, Thomas
b.c. 1837. Enlisted Indianapolis, Indiana, 10 Dec 1861 53rd IN Inf Co. F, re-enlisted Missouri 1864, mustered out July, 1865. 5'4” gray hair [in 1886], gray eyes, fair complexion. Post-war: farmer in Gordon, Arkansas, later with brother Dennis in Jeffersonville IN. d. 29 Sep 1887. National Soldiers Home Register, Dayton, Ohio, admission 1886.

CLUME/Clune, John C.
Army company descriptive book (original record): age 45 (b.c. 1816), farmer. Enlisted Omaha, Nebraska 18 June 1861 1st NE Cav Co. E. 5'6” brown hair, blue eyes, florid complexion. d. 16 Dec 1862.

CLUNA/Clune, Michael
Age 37 (b.c. 1824). Enlisted Boston, Massachusetts, 11 June 1861 9th MA Inf, served full 3-year term. History of the Ninth Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, by Daniel G. McNamara (Boston, Mass.: E.B. Stillings, 1899)

CLUNE, John
FHL film 350333: age 21, carpenter. Enlisted Great Bend, Pennsylvania 25 Oct 1861 14th Inf Co. F, discharged for disability Oct 1861 Fairfax, Virginia. 5'7” brown hair, blue eyes, sallow complexion.

CLUNE, Patrick
No age provided. Enlisted Boston 1864 in a Massachusetts unit. Had immigrated 1864 to U.S. with wife Hanna nee Cullin and son Michael b. 1863. Post-war: moved to Pennsylvania to do coopering in Oil City & Tionesta; d. Oil City 1885. Biography of son Michael Edward Clune, p.834, Nelson's Biographical Dictionary and Historical Reference Book of Erie County, Pennsylvania (Erie, Penn.: J.B.Nelson, 1896.)

COLLOPY, John
FHL film 350333: age 19, enlisted Burlington, Vermont 28 Aug 1861 14th Inf Co. G, discharged Aug 1864 Petersburg, Virginia. 5'6-1/2” brown hair, blue eyes, fair complexion.

CONALY (Connelly), M. C.
Enlisted 15 Aug 1862 at Decatur, Illinois, a laborer age 24 residing Decatur, into 116 IL Inf Co. I. Mustered out 7 Jun 1865 at Washington, D.C. Source: Illinois State muster database. Additional research: 1870 census shows Michael Conley age 28 residing in Decatur with his mother Bridget age 60 and sister Bridget age 21 born NY. 1900 census for Decatur shows Mickle C. Connelly b. May 1841, with his wife and married son Charles, both men being teamsters. The Decatur Review of 21 Apr 1919 reported the death of M.C. Connelly age 77, confirming his Clare birth and early residences in New Jersey and Chicago before reaching Decatur in 1856. He married twice, to Katie Manor and a widow Margaret Williams; his two children were Charles and a girl who became Mrs. H.D. Grieder. His niece in the U.S.was Mrs. Dan Dineen. His mother was Bridget Maher and his father was named John, according to the Illinois State Death Index.

CONLON, John
1st Sergeant. 40th New York Inf, Co. E. Killed age 21 during Battle of Spotsylvania (Virginia), 12 May 1864. Native of Parish of Doonas, Co. Clare. 23 Jul 1864 The Irish People (Dublin newspaper).

Separate listing: (3869) Conlan, John (Regt. has Joseph Conlon) Sergeant 40 NY., Co. E. Age – 20, enlisted and mustered in at New York City 28 Aug 1861 as 1st Sergeant 55 NY Co. G. Transferred 13 June 1863 to Co.E, Mozart Regt. (40th NY) and promoted 20 Nov 1863 to sergeant. Re-enlisted as a veteran 29 Dec 1863 and promoted to 1st Sergeant 1 Jan. 1864. Killed in action 10 May 1864 at Spotsylvania, originally buried at McCoull's Farm, Spotsylvania (Source: Roll of Honor, online, by staff of National Cemetery, Fredericksburg).

CONNELL, John
FHL film 350333: age 30, enlisted NYC 29 Apr 1861 2nd Art Co. D, discharged 1864 Virginia. 5'8-1/4” light brown hair, blue eyes, fair complexion.

CONNOLL, Henry
FHL film 35033: age 24, enlisted Fort Craig, New Mexico 8 Sep 1860 2nd Cav Co. B, re-enlisted 1864 City Point, Virginia. 5'7-14” red hair, brown eyes, fair complexion.

CONNOLLY, Henry
FHL 350333: age 24, enlisted Baltimore, Maryland 4 Sep 1860 2nd Cav & 5th Cav Co. B, re-enlisted 1864 Virginia. 5'7-1/2” red hair, brown eyes, fair complexion.

CON___, Patrick
FHL film 350333: age 26, enlisted Fort Craig, New Mexico 8 Sep 1860 [Mounted ?] Rifles Co. G, discharged for disability 26 Apr 1864 Carlisle, Pennsylvania. 5'6” brown hair, hazel eyes.

CONROY, Michael
FHL film 350333: age 27, enlisted Fort Humboldt, California 16 Dec 1859 6th Inf Cos. B & D, re-enlisted 1864 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 5'5” brown hair, gray eyes, ruddy complexion.

CONSEDINE, John
Enlisted 4 Jun 1862 at Chicago, Illinois, a sailor residing Chicago, into 67 IL Inf Co. B. The record states his birth was in Kelbrush, Clare, meaning Kilrush. Source: Illinois State muster database.

CONSIDINE, John
Ilinois State muster database: b.c.1842 Kilrush. Served in 67th IL Inf Co. B, drowned 1865.

CONSIDINE, John
Illinois State muster database: b.c. 1834. Enlisted 23rd IL Inf Co. K, re-enlisted into Co. D. Survived the war.

CONSIDINE, Patrick
b. 1 Feb 1834. Served in 1st Mounted Rifles 3rd Cav Co. G, discharged for disability Apr 1864 (battle wounds), d . 19 Jan 1904. Holy Cross Cemetery (Delaware Co., Pennsylvania) gravestone with online posted volunteer research (Interment.net). FHL Film 350333: age 26. Enlisted Fort Craig, New Mexico 8 Sep 1860 Mounted Rifles Co. G, a corporal, discharged for disability Apr 1864 Carlisle, Pennsylvania. 5'5" brown hair, hazel eyes, dark complexion.

CONSODINE, John
Enlisted at Chicago, Illinois, a laborer age 28 residing Chicago, into 23 IL Inf Co. K. Re-enlisted 29 Mar 1864 while serving in Virginia. Source: Illinois State muster database.

CONWAY, Michael
Enlisted 10 Aug 1862 a farmer age 23 residing in Mercer County, Illinois, into 84 IL Inf Co. H.
Source: Illinois State muster database.

COONEY, Charles C.
b. 4 Feb 1838. Enlisted 15 Aug 1862 150th PA Inf Co. K, the unit which guarded President Lincoln, served through June, 1865. Had arrived U.S. 1848 with parents, first at Pittsburgh, later learning carriage making at Meadville, Pennsylvania. Post-war: carriage factory owner. Re-located 1867 to Kansas, married 1874. Obituary, 18 Nov 1915 Neosho [Kansas] County Journal

COONEY, Patrick
New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: age 18, blacksmith. Served in 99th Inf Cos. C & I, discharged 1864. 5' 3.5” black hair, gray eyes, dark complexion. Federal pension records: Co. C & Co. I, invalid app. 218.206, certif. 142.134; d. 10 Jan 1925 Poughkeepsie NY. COONEY, Thomas FHL film 350333: age 24, enlisted [Fort?] Washington, Maryland 2 Nov 1863, ordnance sergeant, discharged Nov 1868 New Orleans, Louisiana. 5'8” black hair, blue eyes, fair complexion.

CONNOR, Thomas
FHL film 350333: age 22, sailor. Enlisted Newport, Kentucky 24 Apr 1863 “general service,” last seen Aug 1863 Newport KY. 5'6” dark hair, gray eyes, ruddy complexion.

CORBETT, Thomas
FHL film 350333: age 26, enlisted West Troy, New York 1 Oct 1863 “ordnance unit,” discharged Jan 1867 Watervliet NY. 5'8-1/2” fair hair, blue eyes, fair complexion.

CORRY, Michael M.
b. 10 Oct 1842 Cooraclare. Enlisted Roxbury, Massachusetts 25 Dec 1861 2nd VT Art., re-enlisted 23 Apr 1864 3rd VT Art., mustered out June 1865. d. 19 Mar 1914; burial: St Augustine Cemetery, Montpelier, VT http://vermontcivilwar.org/units/4/graves.php

COTTAR (Cotter), Michael
Enlisted as a laborer age 26 residing Chicago, Illinois, in 23 IL Inf Co. B. Discharged from service December, 1862. Source: Illinois State muster database.

COTTER, Michael
FHL film 350333: age 27, enlisted New Creek, Virginia 1st Cav Co. K, discharged Apr 1865 Carlisle, Pennsylvania. 5'4” brown hair, black eyes, ruddy complexion.

COX, William
U.S. National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1866-1938: b.c. 1846, enlisted Crestline, Ohio, 11 Aug 1846 101st OH Inf Co. E, wounded Battle of Kennesaw Mountain, Georgia. Admitted 1886 to National Home, Dayton OH.

CRAHAN, Peter
b. 13 June 1847, father: James (d. Greensville PA). Enlisted 1864 presumably a NY unit, captured and served out war's end in notorious Andersonville Prison, Georgia. Had arrived U.S. 1848 with parents; first resided Rochester and Olean NY. Post-war: left Rochester for Corry, Pennsylvania; married, several children; last resided Oil City PA where he died 10 Nov 1909. Biography of son-in-law John Caffrey, p. 1045, Venango County, Pennsylvania: Her Pioneers and People, by Charles A. Babcock (Chicago: J.H. Beers, 1919).

CRAWLEY, William
U.S. National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1866-1938: b.c. 1823, enlisted Jeffersonville, Indiana, 18 Oct 1861 49th IN Inf Co. B. Admitted as a single man 1883 to National Home, Dayton OH.

CREIGHTON, Michael
New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: age 43/44 (b.c. 1819), shoemaker. Enlisted NYC 9 Sep 1862 170th Inf Co. E, d. (disease) 18 Sep 1864 Annapolis MD hospital. 5' 4" brown hair, gray eyes, light complexion. Federal pension records: 170th Inf, Cos. A & E, widow's app. 68643, certif. 79033 (Oct 1864).

CROWLEY, Patrick
Enlisted 14 Aug 1862 at Algonquin, Illinois, a farmer aged 18 residing Algonquin (McHenry Co.), into 95 IL Inf Co. I. Mustered out 17 Aug 1865 at Springfield IL. Source: Illinois State muster database.

CURRAN, Richard
b. 1838, physician (M.D., Harvard University, 1859), surgeon 33rd NY Inf. Post-war: mayor of Rochester NY 1892-95, d. 2 June 1915 Rochester. First U.S. residence was Seneca Falls NY in 1850.
Obituary 2 June 1915, Oswego Daily Times.
First unit was 33 NY Inf , service starting 22 May 1861; mustered out May 1863. Re-enlisted July 1863, into 6th NY Cav; Sep 1864 into 9th NY Cav, mustered out as brevet major Jul 1865. p. 307, Memorial Encyclopedia Of The State Of New York: A Life Record of Men and Women of the Past, by Charles Elliott Fitch (New York: American Historical Society, 1916).

CURRIE (Curry), Andrew
Born 4 Mar 1843, son of James and Mary (nee Griffin) of Kilmurry-Ibrickan parish. Emigrated 1849 with two brothers and resided western New York until 1859, then moved to Shreveport, Louisiana. His first Civil War unit was the Caddo Rifles; transferred to another unit and was taken prisoner for 3 months before freed in a prisoner exchange. While in a new unit, was captured in Georgia and held until the war’s end. Served as constable and mayor of Shreveport, then as a state legislator and postmaster, besides having commercial enterprises including a railroad bridge and water works. Married, two children; died 1918. Source: biography posted by T. Casteel at U.S. GenWeb for Caddo Parish, Louisiana. Federal NPS Soldiers and Sailors database has A.W. Currie (Curry) in 3 Louisiana Inf, a regiment drawn from Caddo Parish among others; unit history includes capture at Vicksburg, Mississippi, followed by an exchange of prisoners, and remaining soldiers placed in “A.Thomas’ Brigade.”

CURRY, John
Laborer age 21. Served in 1st U.S. Cav. Co.D (enlisted July 1858 Philadelphia PA). Last seen in service Mar 1859; died (consumption) 4 Feb 1863 Nashville TN. Details provided at now-offline www.chrisanddavid.com/wwilsonscreek/roles/SOLDIERSUSREG.html

CURTIN, Patrick
b.c. 1830. Obituary, 24 Feb 1905 The Evening Star (Washington. D.C.) Worked in Baltimore MD 1859-60. Muster-in roll, age 32, joined 152 NY Inf Co. E 2 Sep 1862 at Schuyler NY, additional facts online at Fold3, Vol. V p. 306, New York Civil War Regiments Lists database.
[next name on roll: Michael Donlan, 21, joined 2 Sep 1862 at Danube NY]

CUSACK, Thomas
b. May 1836 Moymore, Tulla, father John, mother Margaret nee Butler. Served in (army) 1861-65. Married Lucinda Lowery 31 Oct 1869 St. Joseph MO; died 26 Jul 1902 Marshfield MO, with 8 adult children. Online source, location not retained.

CUSICK, Michael
FHL Film 350333: age 40 (b.c. 1820). Enlisted 25 Aug 1862 170th NY Inf Co. A, transferred Nov 1865 to Veteran Reserve Corps. 5'7-3/4” brown hair, gray eyes, light complexion

DAILY, John
FHL film 350333: age 29, farmer. Enlisted Albany, New York 5 Apr 1862 17 Inf, discharged for disability May 1862 South Portland, Maine. 5'3” brown hair, gray eyes, dark complexion.

DALEY, James
Enlisted as a single laborer age 26 residing LaSalle, Illinois, into 23 IL Inf Co. F. Mustered out in Virginia 19 Jun 1864. Source: Illinois State muster database.

DALEY, Patrick
FHL film 350333: age 27, enlisted San Francisco, California 1 Dec 1861 9th Inf Co. H, discharged Dec 1865 Fort McGarry, Nevada. 5'3” sandy hair, gray eyes, fair complexion.

DARCY, Thomas
New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: age 24 (b.c. 1838), seaman. Enlisted Buffalo NY 9 Sep 1862 164th Inf Co. D; index has no pension. 5' 10” black hair, brown eyes, light complexion.

DAVEY, Martin
b.c. 1840. Assaulted an officer; served over 3 years in Portsmouth Prison (source: 7 Mar 1865 New York Times). No file found online at Fold3.

DAVOREN, Ed
Death in Ontario, Oregon, reported 21 Dec 1922 The Ontario Argus. Veteran newspaper merchant.
1890 census, veteran's section, Washington State: Edward Davern, sergeant, U.S. Light Arty, Co. E (enlisted May 1861), discharged Mar 1864. Fold3 only has Edmond Davern age 19, brassfinisher, enlisted Ohio 1864.

DAXON, Edward P.
Enlisted 31 Mar 1864 at Knoxville, Tennessee, a farmer age 26 residing Camden, Illinois, into 65 IL Inf Co. B. Source: Illinois State muster database

DAXON, Pierce P.
Enlisted 1865 for one-year term, as a farmer age 55 residing Girard, Kansas, in 47 IL Inf Co. G. Discharged from service 6 Feb 1866. Not listed in IL State's online database but service confirmed in federal NPS.gov Soldiers and Sailors database. Source: Muster Roll of General Bailey Post (Girard KS), Grand Army of the Republic (veterans organization).

DELOUGHERY, Michael
FHL film 350333: age 21 teamster. Enlisted NYC 12 Jul 1860 7th Inf Co. F, re-enlisted as 1st Sergeant 1864 Fort Schuyler NY. 5'7-1/2” sandy hair, black eyes, fair complexion.

DEVENEY, Martin
Laborer age 28, 23 Illinois Inf. Co. B, no dates except last day of service 13 Feb 1863. Source: Illinois State Muster database.

DEVINE, Andrew
Likely born before 1820, father: Andrew. Served in 3 U.S. __ ; __ NY __. Biography of Patrick McGinnis (brother-in-law), pp. 106, Commemorative Biographical Record of the Upper Lake Region, (Chicago: J.H. Beers, 1905).

DILLON, James
Born Ennis. Served in 59th Illinois Inf, Co. C. Died Washington, D.C., 18 Feb 1890. One adult child Mrs. Wm. E. Dervin of Watertown WI. 26 Feb 1890 The Watertown Republican

DIVINE, Terrence
Enlisted 4 Jun 1862 at Chicago, Illinois, a laborer age 20, into 67 IL Inf Co. B. Record states he was born Kellard, meaning Killard. Source: Illinois State muster database.

DOHANY, John
FHL Film 350333: age 23, enlisted NYC 26 Apr 1862 5th Art Co. L, last seen Sep 1862. 5'3” brown hair, gray eyes, ruddy complexion.

DOHERTY, Charles FHL Film 350333: age 25, enlisted Ogdenberg, New York 16 Dec 1861 12th Inf Co. B, discharged for disability Mar 1863 Washington, D.C. 5'4-3/4” dark hair, gray eyes, fair complexion.

DOLOHENTY, Patrick
New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: age 26 (b.c. 1838), coachman. Enlisted 15 Apr 1864 1st Cav Co. H; also Carbine Rangers, Sabre Regt, 1 US Cav. 5' 9-1/2” brown hair, blue eyes, florid complexion. Federal pension record: Dolohanty, invalid app. 1080.845, certif. 902090 (1891).

DONAHOE, John
Soldier age 33. Joined March, 1864, Greenland VA [likely prior enlistment elsewhere, not noted this record], served 23 Illinois Inf Co. B.

DONNELLAN, Michael
FHL Film 350333: age 24, enlisted Louisville, Kentucky 10 Nov 1860 1st Dragoons Cos. F & C, re-enlisted 1864 City Point, Virginia. 5'4-1/2” brown hair, gray eyes, ruddy complexion.

DONOHOE, John
Enlisted 10 Mar 1862 at Chicago, Illinois, a laborer age 26 residing Chicago, into 23 IL Inf Co. B; re-enlisted 11 Mar 1864 while serving in Virginia. Source: Illinois State muster database.

DONOVAN, Thomas
Enlisted 4 Aug 1862 at Quincy, Illinois, a married machinist age 31 residing at Quincy, into 78 IL Inf Co. K. The record states he was born Kilnaboy. Mustered out 22 Jun 1865 at Quincy. Source: Illinois State muster database.

DOUGHERTY, James
FHL Film 350333: age 34, enlisted Alton, Illinois 16 Jul 1861 13th Inf Co. A, d. (disease) 12 Apr 1863 Vicksburg, Maine [sic, Mississippi]. 5'10” brown hair, gray eyes, dark complexion. [enlistment not confirmed in Illinois muster rolls]

DOWD, Patrick.
FHL Film 350333: age 21 (b.c. 1840), enlisted 22 Aug 1861 Albany NY 44th NY Inf Co. C & later Co. G, discharged Nov 1862. 5' 5.5” dark hair, blue eyes, fair complexion.

DOWNES, Joseph B.
New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: age 25 (b.c. 1839), clerk. Enlisted 22 Apr 1864 149th Inf Co. D, later 102nd Inf; index has no pension. 5'4” red hair, blue eyes, fair complexion. Federal records: Joseph Downs, 149th Co. G; Joseph B. Downs, 102th Co. K.

DRISCOLL, James
New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: age 27 (b.c. 1837), enlisted 1864 5th Cav; index has no pension. Federal records: 5th Cav, Cos. B & M.

DRURY, James John
b. 1835. Served in 4th Vermont Inf Co. C (enlisted 1861); promoted steadily to 2nd Lieutenant; medal for bravery at 23 June 1864 Weldon RR battle Had immigrated 1845 to U.S.; listed as single man 1865 Chester VT with “nearest relative” Mary Drury; moved 1869 with his wife to Albia, Iowa, worked as a stonemason. Burial St. Peter Cemetery, Lovilia IA. pp. 55-56, Monroe County History, Iowa Works Progress Administration, 1940 (imaged at Fold3); http://vermontcivilwar.org/units/4/graves.php


DUGIN, Thomas
FHL Film 350333: age 21, hatter. Enlisted NYC 17 Jul 1860 “YMS,” re-enlisted 1864 Carlisle, Pennsylvania. 5'4-1/2” brown hair, blue eyes, fair complexion.

ELLIS, Reuben
FHL Film 350333: age 29, enlisted Fort Leavenworth, Kansas 30 Jul 1861 1st Inf Co. E, d. 11 Nov 1863 Cairo, Illinois. 6' light hair, blue eyes, fair complexion.

ENGLIM (Anglim), John
Enlisted 28 Mar 1862 at Chicago, Illinois, a single laborer age 31 residing Chicago, into 23 IL Inf Co. I, re-enlisted 26 Mar 1864 into Co. D, mustered out at Richmond, Virginia on 24 Jul 1864. Source: Illinois State muster database.

FAGAN, Patrick
b.c. 1846 New Boston, Clare. Enlisted Jul 1861 2nd Minnesota Inf Co. H., served until war's end. Had arrived 1851 Rutland, Vermont. Married, with four sons: two at Buffalo NY, two at Rutland. d. 27 Jan 1904 Rutland VT. Obituary, 28 Jan 1904 Rutland Daily Herald.

FAHEY, James
FHL Film 350333: age 29, enlisted Boston, Massachusetts 24 Sep 1859 9th Inf Co. B, d. 6 Apr 1862 San Francisco, California. 5'8” brown hair, black eyes, fair complexion.

FINN, Daniel
New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: b.c. 1836, enlisted Elmira NY 1863 15th Cav. Federal records: 15th Cav Co. B, also in Co. C organized at Syracuse; also in 2nd NY Provisional Cav. Federal pension for serving 15th Cav Co. B NY: invalid app. 721145, certif. 501557; widow's app. 481.311, certif. 336.835; veteran d. 12 Dec 1890.

FINUCANE, James
b.c. 1814. Served in Civil War, promoted to Captain. Had arrived U.S. 1850 to live in Chicago, Illinois. Post-war: detective for Pinkerton and later same for a railroad. d. Chicago 3 Nov 1894. Obituary of 4 Nov 1894, Chicago Tribune. [Enlistment not confirmed in Illinois state muster rolls]

FINUCANE, John
FHL Film 350333: age 22, bootmaker. Enlisted Boston, Massachusetts 2 Aug 1861 5th Cav Co. H, last seen 22 Jan 1861. 5'8” brown hair, gray eyes, sallow complexion.

FITZGERALD, John
FHL Film 350333: age 25, enlisted Randall, “D.T.” (Dakota Territory ?) 1 Sep 1861 4th Art Co. M, discharged as a sergeant Nov 1863 Charlesborough, Indiana. 5'6-1/2” auburn hair, black eyes, fair complexion.

FITZGIBBONS, Thomas
FHL Film 350333: age 21, enlisted St. Louis, Missouri 4 Apr 1861 “general service,” last seen Apr 1861 St. Louis MO. 5'5” brown hair, black eyes, ruddy complexion.

FITZPATRICK, Patrick
New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: age 25 (b.c. 1833),enlisted NYC 13 May 1864 88th Inf; index has no pension. Federal pension record: 88th Inf Co. C, invalid 80.623, cert 69.221 (1865); 88th Inf Co. I: invalid 664.747 (1888).

FITZPATRICK, Patrick
New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: b.c. 1837, enlisted 8 Sep 1862, 170th Inf; index has no pension . Federal records: 170th Co. K, organized at Staten Island (NYC).

FITZPATRICK, Patrick Vincent
b. 17 July 1840 Ennis, father: Dennis, mother: Ann Callanan. Enlisted 9th Illinois Cavalry Co. F, discharged as Sergeant Major 1864 for disability (wounded in head at Moscow, Tennessee 4 Dec 1863).
p. 448, Biographical History of the American Irish in Chicago, ed. Charles Ffrench (Chicago: American Biographical Pub. Co., 1897).

FLANIGAN, John
FHL Film 350333: age 27 b. Kilrush, enlisted Fort Riley (Kansas ?) 12 Apr 1860 2nd Inf Co. B, re-enlisted 1864 Petersburg, Virginia. 5'6-3/4” red hair, blue eyes, ruddy complexion.

FLANIGAN, Patrick
FHL Film 350333: age 27, enlsited Fort Kerney, North Dakota 6 Nov 1861 4th Cav Co. F, discharged Nov 1864 Chattanooga, Tennessee. 5'8” gray eyes, fair complexion.FOLEY, Michael,
Age: 28 (b.c. 1833), enlisted as a corporal Saint Johnsbury, Vermont 19 June 1861 3rd VT Inf Co. G. d. 8 Dec 1862, burial: White Oak Church, Virginia., reinterred 1866 National Cemetery, Fredericksburg VA. http://vermontcivilwar.org/units/4/graves.php

FLANNIGAN, James
Enlisted 27 Mar 1862 at Chicago, Illinois, a laborer age 21 residing Chicago, into 23 Il Inf Co. I. Re-enlisted 28 Mar 1864 while serving in Virginia and mustered out 24 Jul 1865 at Richmond VA.
Source: Illinois State muster database.

FOLEY, Peter
FHL Film 350333: age 21 miller. Enlisted Boston, Massachusetts 9 Oct 1861 1st Art Co. G, last seen Jan 1862. 5'6-3/4” brown hair, black hair, sallow complexion. [Foley has the same enlistment information and “last seen” date as soldier John Flanigan age 21 b. Galway in these Army records].

FOX, Michael
FHL Film 350333: age 31, enlisted Augusta, Maine 1 Sep 1862 “ordance,” re-enlisted 1864 NYC. 5'5-1/4” brown hair, black eyes, florid complexion.

FRAWLEY, Simon
FHL Film 350333: age 36, enlisted Vancouver, Wisconsin [sic, likely Washington state] 27 Apr 1859 3rd Art Co. M, discharged Mar 1864 Bellaire, Ohio. 5'4” black hair, blue eyes, ruddy complexion.

FREEMAN, James
Laborer age 22, residing Chicago IL, served in 23 Illinois Inf Co. B, no dates except last day of service 20 May 1862. Source: Illinois State muster database.

GARMAN (Gorman), Simon aka Samuel
“ Samuel Garman” enlisted 30 Jul 1861 at Decatur, Illinois, a laborer age 22, into 41 IL Inf Co. D. The record states he was born “Curtis, Clare.” Source: Illinois State muster database.

GARRETT. Peter
FHL Film 350333: age 21 farmer, enlisted 25 Feb 1860 2nd Inf Co. G, discharged for disability Oct 1862 Sharpsburg, Maryland. 5'7-1/2” brown hair, blue eyes, fresh complexion.

GARRY, James
New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: enlisted Stevensburg Virginia 21 Dec 1863 63rd Inf (unit was in VA Dec 1863), index has no pension. Federal records: surname is Gary, served in Cos. H & A.

GEARY, David
FHL Film 350333: age 31 farmer, enlisted 25 Aug 1860 6th Inf Co. C, last seen Nov 1860. 5'4-1/2” black hair, gray hair, ruddy complexion.

GEARY, Thomas F.
b.c. 1843. Enlisted age 22. Immigrated with parents at age 3. Twenty years retired from work in local oil field, he resided in Alleghany until death. Survived by a son, daughter, and his brother. Obituary 6 Mar 1937 Rochester Evening Journal. Addtional facts online at Fold3: Thomas Geary, age 22, appears on the muster-in roll of 95th New York Inf, no company shown, p. 594 Vol. III, NY Civil War Regiment Lists.

GENA, Daniel
New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: b.c. 1841, enlisted 30 Mar 1864 25th Cav.
Federal records: David Gena, 25th Cav; regiment organized at Saratoga Springs and Hart's Island. No pension file.

GERMAINE, James
Enlisted 12 Aug 1861 in Missouri, a farmer age 23 residing Edgewood, Illinois, into 11 IL Inf Co. E. Height noted as 6 ft. 2 inches. Source: Illinois State muster database. Compare to James Ginnane, below.

GIBBONS, John
New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: enlisted 1864 99th Inf. Federal records: 99th Inf, Cos. F & B, both organized at NYC. Pension: Co. F, invalid app. 586277, certif. 582899 (1885); widow's app. 546434, certif. 338089; veteran d. 8 Feb 1892.

GIBBONS, Thomas
FHL Film 350333: age 22, enlisted Detroit, Michigan 31 Aug 1861 [unit illegible], last seen Apr 1861. 5'7” black hair, black eyes, ruddy complexion.

GIBSON, John C.
Served in 1st Minnesota Heavy Art Co. F.; received a military pension based on disability. His Waseca County MN death certificate states his birthplace as “Ennis Laclare,” parents Peter Gibson and Ellen Kelly. Apparent descendant Jim Molohan reported his birth year to be 1833 and death place as Janesville MN where he had been a farmer. Source: website of Paddy Waldron, with his permission.

GINNANE, James
Enlisted 20 Nov 1862 at Vandalia, Illinois, a farmer age 22 residing Vandalia, into 14 IL Inf Co. F. Died 9 Mar 1865 in camp at Annapolis, Maryland. Height noted as 6 ft 3 inches. Source: Illinois State muster database. Also see admission record, National Home for Old Soldiers, Danville, Illinois, for James Ginnane, height 6 ft 3 inches, with enlistment date of 20 Nov 1862 at Vandalia IL in the 14 IL Inf and a discharge date of 31 Jul, 1865. Earlier service listed as being in 11 IL Inf, Co. E., dating from 24 Apr 1861. Residence post-war listed as Carpenter, Mississippi. Age 73 upon admission, a farmer and widower with no relatives. Birth noted as “near Ennis, Co. Clare.” U.S. National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers (Ancestry.com).

GLEASON, Andrew
Born Scarriff 29 Nov 1834, father: Patrick. Served as a corporal 6th D.C. Militia Inf Co. E., enlisted at Washington. D.C,, his residence until death. Immigrated at age 19. Obituary, 21 & 22 Dec 1906 The Washington Herald. Rank and unit found in Fold3 digital image of NARA military records. Scarriff as soldier's birthplace, source 22 Dec 1906 (p.5) The Evening Star (D.C. newspaper).

GLEESON, William
Enlisted 4 Jun 1862 at Winnebago, Illinois, a single laborer age 25 residing Chicago, into 67 IL Inf Co. B. The record states he was born Innis (Ennis), Clare. Source: Illinois State muster database.

GORDON, Thomas
FHL Film 350333: age 35 b. Kilrush, enlisted Buffalo NY 24 Apr 1863 1st Inf Co. K, discharged for disability Aug 1860 [sic] Vicksburg, Mississippi. 5'1-1/2” dark hair, dark complexion.

GORE, James
FHL Film 350333: age 44, enlisted Detroit, Michigan 1 Dec 1862 (unit illegible), discharged for disability Feb 1864 Carlisle, Pennsylvania. 6' brown hair, hazel eys, dark complexion.

GORMAN, Michael
FHL Film 350333: age 27, enlisted NYC 15 Nov 1859 “P.P. Ft. Col,” discharged for disability Oct 1862 Sharpsburg, Maryland. 5'8” brown hair, black eys, ruddy complexion.

GORMAN, Michael
FHL Film 350333: age 25, enlisted St. Louis, Missouri 9 Aug 1860 2nd Inf Co. F, last seen Mar 1861 Fort Kearney. 5-6-1/2” brown hair, hazel eyes, dark complexion.

GORMAN, Timothy
FHL Film 350333: age 22, enlisted NYC 27 May 1861 3rd Art Co. M, discharged May 1864 Port Royal, Virginia. 5'7” black hair, black eyes, ruddy complexion.

GRADY, Dennis
New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: b.c. 1834, enlisted NYC 12 Aug 1862 170th Inf. Federal records: 170th Inf, Co. K. No pension file.

GRANT. Richard
New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: b.c. 1837, enlisted Linden NY 21 Aug 1863 147th Inf. Federal records: 147th Inf, Co. C, organized only at Oswego NY.

GREEN, Thomas
FHL Film 350333: age 19, enlisted Sandy Hook (Massachusetts?) 25 Oct 1862 “Eng 13” (13th Engineers ?), discharged Apr 1864 Brandy Station, Pennsylvania. 5'7” auburn hair, gray eyes, florid complexion.

GRIFFIN, James
New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: b.c. 1823, enlisted 1863 39th Inf, index has no pension. Federal records: 39th Inf, Co. F, organized at NYC.

GRIFFIN, Michael
b. 9 Sep 1842, enlisted 11 Sep 1861 12th Wisconsin Inf Co. E; wounded 11 Feb 1865 Bald Hill, Georgia; on Sherman's march to the sea, promoted 5 Jul 1865 to 1st Lieutenant. Post-war: rank of quartermaster general; Army unit Griffin Rifles named after him. d. 29 Dec 1899 Eau Claire WI, burial: Forest Hill Cemetery. Had immigrated 1847 to Canada with parents; in Ohio 1851, in Wisconsin 1856. Lawyer and Congressman. pp. 215-17,History of Eau Claire County, Wisconsin, Past and Present, ed. William F. Bailey (Chicago: C. F. Cooper, 1914); p. 686, A Biographical Congressional Directory with an Outline History of the National Congress, 1774-1911, (Washington, D.C.: G.P.O, 1910).

GRIFFITH, Anthony
FHL Film 350333: age 21 printer. Enlisted Washington, D.C. 14 Nov 1862. 6'1/2” light brown hair, gray eyes, swarthy complexion.

GUTREY/Guthrie, Daniel
FHL Film 350333: age 27, enlisted Albuquerque, New Mexico 19 Jan 1863 3rd Art Co. A, discharged Jan 1864 Fort Monroe, Virginia. 5'5” brown hair, gray eyes, ruddy complexion.

HAHER (Hehir), John
Enlisted as a single laborer age 27 residing Chicago, Illinois, into 23 Il Inf Co. F. Source: Illinois State muster database.

HAIRE (Hehir), Francis
Served in the 69th New York Inf. Co. K. Died at age 25 Alexandria VA. Funeral in New York City where he resided. 22 June 1865, New York Daily Herald. Fold3 imaging of U.S. military pension based on his service: pensioner widow Margaret Haire nee Mulholland age 28 in 1865 (marriage, RC Church of the Holy Cross, 15 Aug 1864 NYC). Soldier's death of disease 16 Jun 1865 in an army hospital, after enlisting 13 Oct 1864 as a private.

HAHER/Hehir, John
Age 27, (no enlistment date), 23rd IL Inf Co. F, also served 1st U.S Cav. Residence: Chicago, Illinois, 5'9” black hair, brown eyes, dark complexion. Single. Illinois state muster roll, Illinois State Archives online http://www.ilsos.gov/isaveterans/civilMusterSearch.do?key=102920

HALLOAN/Halloran, Peter
New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: Enlisted 1864 49th Inf. Federal records: 49th Inf Co. A, organized at Buffalo NY.

HANRAHAN, John
New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: b.c. 1837, enlisted Norwich NY 7 Aug 1862 114th Inf; index has no pension. Federal records: 114th Inf Co. C, organized at Norwich NY.

HARTIGAN, John
Enlisted Oct 1861 age 30 at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, into 58 Penn. Inf, Co. D. Re-enlisted Jan 1864; died 14 Aug 1864 at Philadelphia, no cause stated. Source: imaged soldier’s card, Pennsylvania State Archives ARIAS database.

HAUGH, John
FHL Film 350333: age 21, enlisted Cincinnati, Ohio 27 May 1861 Mounted Rifles. 5'7” light hair, gray eyes, sallow complexion.

HAUGH, John
FHL Film 350333: age 21, enlisted Presidio, California 5 Jun 1862 9th Inf Co. E, discharged Jun 1865 Fort Point, California. 5'7-1/4” brown hair, brown eyes, fair complexion.

HAYES, Dennis
FHL Film 350333: age 26 drayman, enlisted Fort Dallas, Oregon 21 Mar 1860 1st Dragoons Co. H, last seen Dec 1860. 5'7” brown hair, black eyes, florid complexion.

HAYES, John FHL Film 350333: age 26, enlisted Presidio, California 22 Jan 1862 9th Inf Co. G, discharged Jan 1865 Georgia. 5'3” dark hair, blue eyes, ruddy complexion.

HEADIMAN, Daniel
NY Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: b.c. 1845, enlisted NYC 21 Feb 1865, 89th Inf Co. I, last seen at Richmond, Virginia.

HEALY, James
b. 24 Dec 1832. Served 3 years in a Connecticut unit, promoted to Captain. Resident of Derby CT before and after the war. Had arrived U.S. at age 21, educated for the priesthood, was a merchant. d. 12 Aug 1872. p. 1287, Commemorative Biographical Record of New Haven County, Connecticut (Chicago: J.H. Beers, 1902).

HEALY, Patrick G.
FHL Film 350333: age 22 printer, enlisted Boston, Massachusetts 28 May 1862 2nd Art Co. L, last seen June 1862. 5'8-3/4” brown hair, gray eyes, sallow complexion.

HEALY, Thomas
FHL Film 350333: age 22, enlisted NYC 25 Aug 1860 2nd Cav Co. A, re-enlisted 1864 Lighthouse Point, Virginia. 5'6” black hair, gray eyes, sallow complexion.

HEDERMAN, David
Enlisted age 32 on 7 Dec 1861 at Memekaune, Wisconsin, into 1 IL Light Art Co. L.
Source for both records: Source: Illinois State muster database. See Irish Petty Court Sessions, Kilrush 22 Mar 1852: David Hederman, defendant.

HELLAND/Holland, Michael
New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: b.c. 1830, enlisted New Orleans, Louisiana 12 Aug 1863, 165th Inf., index has no pension. Federal records: 165th Inf, organized at NYC; first assignment was at New Orleans.

HENNESSEY, William P.
Enlisted 13 Aug 1863 at Chicago, Illinois, a clerk aged 24 residing Chicago, into 89 IL Inf Co. D.
Source: Illinois State muster database.

HEWITT, Patrick
Enlisted 14 Aug 1862 at Galena, Illinois, a married farmer age 24 residing Jo Daviess County IL, into 96 IL Inf Co. I. Source: Illinois State muster database.

HICKEY, Patrick
Enlisted 69th NY Inf., served to the war's end. His wife Mary nee O'Hallihan returned to Clare where she died. Post-war: Patrick resided McKeesport, Pennsylvania; d. 26 Nov 1914 in a Virginia Soldiers Home. Son Michael b. 1853 left Clare in 1865 alone and made his way West. Article on the Hotel Burke (Michael's business), p. 491, A Historical and Biographical Record of the Territory of Arizona (Chicago: McFarland & Poole, 1896)

HINCHEY, Michael
Enlisted to be a corporal 3 Jul 1861 (reduced Dec 1862 to private) at Bement, Illinois, a single sailor age 24 residing Bement, into 25 IL Inf Co. A. Mustered out 27 Sep 1864 at Springfield IL. Source: Illinois State muster database.

HINES, Edmund
Enlisted as a single farmer age 30 residing Belleville, Illinois, into 39 IL Inf Co. E. Source: Illinois State muster database.

HOGAN, C. R.
b.c. 1845. Served as a colonel.* Immigrated as a boy to Baltimore MD, working in the hotel industry until operating his own hotel, the Maltby House in Baltimore. Obituary, 9 Feb 1883, Port Tobacco Times and Port Charles Advertiser (newspaper). *No Fold3 information, so rank is not confirmed.

HOGAN, Edward
FHL Film 350333: age 27, enlisted Fort Wayne, Indiana 10 May 1862 3rd Cav Co. F, last seen 7 Aug 1862. 5'4-1/2” black hair, gray eyes, dark complexion.

HOGAN, John
Enlisted 15 Jul 1861 at Springfield, Illinois, a married laborer age 35, into 38 IL Inf Co. A. Re-enlisted 29 Feb 1864 while serving in Tennessee, same unit but age noted as 25. Mustered out 20 Mar 20 1866 Victoria, Texas. Source: Illinois State muster database.

HOGAN, Martin F.
FHL Film 350333: age 22, millwright. Enlisted St. Louis, Missouri 26 Feb 1861 “general service,” last seen Aug 1861 Newport, Kentucky. 5'5” auburn hair, blue eyes, fair complexion.

HOGAN, Michael
Enlisted 5 Aug 1862 at Chicago, Illinois, a married laborer age 30 residing Chicago, into 90 IL Inf Co. F. Source: Illinois State muster database.

HOGAN, Patrick
b. 30 Mar 1831, parents: John Hogan, Mary Scott. Served in 160th NY Inf Co. K. d. 14 Aug 1871. Gravestone inscription, Holy Cross Cemetery, Belfast NY

HOLLAHAN, Michael
New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: enlisted LaFourche, Louisiana 20 Feb 1864: 90th Inf.; index has no pension.

HOLLAN/Holland, Daniel
U.S. National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1866-1938: b.c. 1830. Enlisted Carlisle, Kentucky 25 Sep 1861 18th KY Inf Co. H, wounded Richmond, Virginia. Post-war: stone mason Manchester KY; admitted as a single man 1882 to National Home, Dayton OH. 6'2” d. 9 Dec 1905.

HOLLERAN, Michael
FHL Film 350333: age 27, enlisted 15 Mar 1860 2nd Art Co. A, discharged Mar 1865 Petersburg, Virginia. 5'8-1/2” brown hair, black eyes, fair complexion.

HORRIGAN, Martin
Laborer aged 26. Served in 1st(4th?) U.S. Cav. Co.C (enlisted May 1861 New York City). Discharged May 1864 Columbia TN. Details provided at now-offline www.chrisanddavid.com/wwilsonscreek/roles/SOLDIERSUSREG.html

HORIGAN, Martin
FHL Film 350333: age 26, enlisted NYC 13 Aug 1861 H. Cav Co. C, discharged Mary 1864 Columbia, Tennessee. 5'7” brown hair, blue eyes, dark complexion.

HORRIGAN, John
FHL Film 350333: age 23, enlisted Milwaukee, Wisconsin 6 Feb 1863 12th Inf Co. H, d. 19 Nov 1864, prisoner of war, Galesburg, North Carolina. 5'8-1/2” auburn hair, black eyes, fair complexion.

HOULI (Houlihan), Larry
Enlisted 3 Jul 1861 as a single laborer age 28 residing Springfield, Illinois, into 21 IL Inf Co. G. The record states birth at Kilrush. Source: Illinois State muster database. There is a federal pension card for application No. 196.631 (filed 1874) of Larry Houlihan of 21 IL Inf Co. G.

HOULIHAN, Patrick b. 1839. Although residing at Savannah GA, Patrick enlisted 24 Dec 1862 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and served in 1st U.S. Cav, Co. K (using the surname Lynch) until 24 Dec 1865. He had immigrated 1857 and reached Georgia in 1866, where he was a stevedore. Died of consumption contracted while in military service, apparently while later in the Jaspar Greens, a GA unit formed in 1872. Survived by a wife and daughter, Savannah GA. Obituary, 12 Jul 1888 The National Tribune (Washington, D.C).

HOWARD, Dennis
Enlisted 22 Jul 1861 as a single laborer age 25 residing Audrain Co., Missouri, into 21 IL Inf Co. G. The record states birth in Kilrush, Clare. Source: Illinois State muster database.

HURLEY, Thomas
FHL Film 350333: age 27, painter. Enlisted Knoxville, Maryland 23 Oct 1862 6th “CA” Co. C, discharged Aug 1864. 5' 8-1/2” brown hair, black eyes, fair complexion.HYLAND, John
New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: b.c. 1829, enlisted Brooklyn 30 Jan 1862, 5th Heavy Art, died in service. Federal pension: John W. Hyland, 5th Heavy Artillery, widow's app. 343.158 (1886), certif 253.511.

HYNES, Michael
FHL Film 350333: age 25, bootmaker. Enlisted Boston, Massachusetts 13 Feb 1861 3rd Inf Cos. C & D, discharged Feb 1864 Catlett Station, Virginia. 5'6-1/2” black hair, gray eyes, fair complexion.

JOHNSON, John
Enlisted to be a corporal 1 Aug 1861 as a single railroad employee age 30 residing Mechanicsburg, Illinois, into 12 IL Inf Co. A. Record states birth in Ennis, Clare. Source: Illinois State muster database.

JONES, James
New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: b.c. 1819, enlisted Goshen NY 29 Jul 1862 124 Inf Co. A Federal pension: awarded upon discharge 1863, invalid app. 32499.

JONES, Michael
New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: b.c. 1834, enlisted 1 Aug 1862 163rd Inf. Federal pension: 163rd Inf, Co. A, invalid 24.431, cert 16.342 ; widow 283.199, cert 313.079.

JORDAN, John
Enlisted 23 Sep 1864 at New York City, a laborer age 29, into 13th NY Cav Co. L. Transferred to the Veteran Reserve Corps Oct, 1864, apparently due to illness. Source: New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts (Ancestry.com).

JORDAN, Michael
Enlisted 4 Aug 1861 at Vandalia, Illinois a single laborer age 30 residing Urbana IL, into 38 IL Inf Co. C. and/or Co. A. Source: Illinois State muster database.

JOYCE, John
FHL Film 350333: age 21, carpenter. Enlisted NYC 22 Nov 1859 1st Inf Co. K, discharged Nov 1864 New Orleans, Louisiana. 5'10-3/4 dark hair, blue eyes, fair complexion.

KANE, James
FHL Film 350333: age 21, enlisted St. Louis, Missouri 10 May 1860 1st Cav Co. H, last seen Jul 1861. 5'5-1/2” fair hair, hazel eyes, fair complexion.

KANE, Patrick
New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: b.c. 1839, enlisted Van Ellen NY 29 Dec 1863, 15 Cav. Federal pension: 15 Cav Co. K, invalid app. 1488254, certif. A-11-14-28.

KANE, Patrick
FHL Film 350333: age 39, enlisted “Washa” Arsenal (D.C.? Maryland ?) 27 Mar 1861 2nd Heavy Art, re-enlisted 1864 Culpepper, Virginia. 5'6-1/2” brown hair, blue eyes, light complexion.

KEARNEY, Michael
B. 10 Apr 1830; d. 14 Mar 1916 (St. Johns Cemetery gravestone, also lists Co. Clare birth, Altoona PA). Served in 28 Penn. Inf Co. O & 147 Penn. Inf Co. B., listed on a separate military marker. Federal NPS Soldiers and Sailors database notes that Co. B of 147 Penn Inf was made Oct 1862 from “surplus men” of the 28th Regiment and mustered out 15 July 1865.

KEARNEY, Michael
FHL Film 350333: age 24, tailor. Enlisted Boston, Massachusetts 17 Jul 1860 7th Inf Co. A, discharged Jul 1865 Fort Clinch (now Fernandina Beach), Florida. 5'5” black hair, blue eyes.

KELLEY, James
Enlisted 18 Dec 1863 at Hebron, Mississippi, a farmer age 20 residing Jersey Co. IL, into 41 IL Inf Co. E. Source: Illinois State muster database.

KELLEY, Michael
FHL Film 350333: age 22 teamster, enlisted Louisville, Kentucky 1 Mar 1861 3rd Art Co. E, last seen Oct 1861. 5'5” brown hair, gray eyes, dark complexion.

KELLEY, Patrick
Enlisted 14 Aug 1862 at Malta, Illinois, a farmer age 23, into 92 IL Inf Co. K. Mustered out 21 Jun 1865 at Concord, North Carolina. The record states born “Kilmurry, Ireland.” Source: Illinois State muster database.

KELLY, Charles
FHL Film 350333: age 21, enlisted Fort Monroe, Virginia 1861 4th Art Co. D, discharged Jan 1864, re-enlisted Portsmouth, Virginia. 5'9” sandy hair, blue eyes, fair complexion.

KELLY, James J.
FHL Film 350333: age 32 b. Ennis (c.1830), blacksmith. Enlisted New Orleans, Louisiana 13 Nov 1862 1st Art Co. F, discharged Nov1863 New Orleans LA. 5'6-1/2” brown hair, blue eyes, fair complexion.

KELLY, Patrick
FHL Film 350333: age 21, enlisted Boston, Massachusetts 26 Dec 1860 4th Art Co. K, last seen Sep 1862. 5'5” sandy hair, blue eyes, ruddy complexion.

KENEVAN, Patrick
FHL Film 350333: age 27, enlisted Washington, D.C. 25 Mar 1863 “P.M. General's Office,” discharged as a 2nd Lieutenant Apr 1865. 5'7-1/2” brown hair, hazel eyes, fair complexion.

KENEDY, James
Enlisted 4 Jun 1862 at Winnebago, Illinois, a laborer age 23 residing Chicago IL, into 67 IL Inf Co. B. Recprd states birth in Kilrush, Clare. Source: IL State Archives, Civil War Muster and Descriptive Rolls Detail Report.

KENNEDY, John
FHL Film 350333: age 30, enlisted Washington, D.C. 4 Nov 1862 “general service,” discharged for disability Nov 1862 NYC. 5'6' light brown hair, flue eyes, fair complexion.

KENNEDY, Patrick
FHL Film 350333: age 21, enlisted NYC 10 Apr 1861 1st Art Co. E, discharged Feb 1864, re-enlisted Stevensburg, Virginia. 5'6” brown hair, blue eyes, fair complexion.

KENNY, Martin, on record as John C. Walton
Enlisted as Walton 5 Jan 1862 at Anna, Illinois (Union Co.) a farmer age 18 residing Anna, into 60 IL Inf Co. A; re-enlisted 18 Feb 1864 while serving in Georgia. Mustered out Louisville, Kentucky, on 31 Jul 1865. Source: Illinois State muster database. Descendant Mark Kenny posted that Martin b.1841 arrived in the U.S. with his brother Michael Kenny b.1849, who remained in IL Due to being underage, Martin assumed the identity of Walton, then settled post-war in Veedersburg, Indiana, and married Patience Carnes.

KENNY, Patrick
FHL Film 350333: age 29, enlisted Camp Floyd (Utah ?) 1 Mar 1860 5th Inf Co. F, re-enlisted 1864 Fort Whipple, New Mexico. 5'8” brown hair, hazel eyes, fair complexion.

KENNY, Timothy
New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: b.c. 1840, enlisted Newburgh NY 18 May 1861, 36th Inf; index has no pension.

KENNEY, James
FHL Film 350333: age 26, bricklayer. Enlisted Fort Laramie (Wyoming ?) 1 Nov 1862 4th Cav Co. F, last seen Jun 1863. 5'10” sandy hair, blue eyes, fair complexion.

KERSE, Robert P.
Sergeant. U.S. Cav 1st Regt, Co. I (enlisted as a Cambridge MA resident 12 Jul 1861, age 38, at San Francisco CA). Wounded 7 May 1864 Battle of the Wilderness (Virginia), discharged from service 20 Jul 1864. Declared insane 31 Jan 1864 due to exposure and fatigue incurred during war. Wife Ellen (native of Corofin per obituary) remarried to war veteran John Cornish; details of first husband Kerse contained in Cornish's military pension file NARA, including Kerse's birthplace being Co. Clare.

KEYRUS, L. Michael
Enlisted to be a sergeant 2 Jun 1862 at Dixon, Illinois, a married carpenter age 35 residing Dixon, into 69 IL Inf Co. H. Source: Illinois State muster database IL State Archives.

KILDERRY/KILDORM, Patrick
FHL Film 350333: age 35 ( b.c. 1826), blacksmith. Enlisted NYC 31 May 1861 32nd NY Inf Co. F?

KILLEEN, George
Served in 23rd New York Inf (enlisted Elmira NY). Post-war he moved to Georgetown, Washington, D.C, where he died 2 Dec 1909. Obituary (photo), 3 Dec 1909 The Washington Herald.

KILLEEN, Patrick M.
FHL Film 350333: age 28, school teacher. Enlisted Baton Rouge, Louisiana 24 Sep 1860 1st Art Co. D, discharged for disability Nov 1861 Fort Washington, Maryland.

KILLEN, Patrick
Enlisted 3 Jan 1862 at Ottawa IL (LaSalle Co.), a single farmer age 27 residing Ottawa, into 53 IL Inf Co. K. Source: Illinois State muster database.

KILLOO, Patrick
Enlisted as a laborer age 22 residing LaSalle, Illinois, into 23 IL Inf Co. F. Re-enlisted into Co. E. while serving in Virginia 8 Mar 1864. Source: Illinois State muster database.

KINNANE, William
New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: b.c. 1838, enlisted 12 Apr 1864, 51st Inf. Federal pension: 51st Inf Co. F, invalid app. 1118397, certif. 851307 (1892) ; widow's app. 623748, certif. 439614.

KINNEY, Dennis
New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: b.c. 1833, enlisted Rochester NY 27 Jan 1864 4th Heavy Art; index has no pension.LACY, Thomas FHL Film 350334: age 21, enlisted Boston, Mass. 3 Dec 1860 4th Art Co. K; left to die 3 May 1863 on the battlefield, Chancellorsville, Virginia. 5'4-1/2” brown hair, blue eyes, freckled.

LAWLESS, William
FHL Film 350334: age 27, enlisted Fort Leavenworth, Kansas 4 Feb 1860 2nd Inf Co. H, discharged Feb 1865 NYC. 5'9” light hair, gray eyes, ruddy complexion.

LANNON, Thomas
Sheriffs of Ellis County, Kansas database (website discontinued): b. 15 Aug 1839. Served 10th Kansas Inf Co. G. Post-war: married Amelia Frohm; served as a sheriff 1875. d. 8 May 1918 Hillsboro, New Mexico. List of sheriffs and their years of service http://www.ellisco.net/DocumentCenter/Home/View/191

LARKIN, Patrick M.
Enlisted 25 Feb 1864 at Olney, Illinois, a farmer age 33 residing Crawford Co. IL, into 38 IL Inf Co. D. Source: Illinois State muster database.

LAYNARD, Michael
New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: age 24, b.c. 1840, enlisted 31 Mar 1864 51st Inf, discharged Sep 1864; index has no pension.

LEARY, Patrick J.
Enlisted 24 May 1861 at Quincy, Illinois, as a laborer age 19 residing Colchester IL, into 16 IL Inf Co. C. Re-enlisted 23 Dec 1862, while serving in Tennessee. The record states born “Kibrich” meaning Kilrush. Mustered out 8 Jul 1865 at Louisville, Kentucky. Source: Illinois State muster database.

LEHEN, Maurice
New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: b.c. 1828, enlisted NYC 1863 18th Cav; index has no pension.

LENNENE, Michael
Enlisted 11 Aug 1862 at Jackson Co., Illinois, a farmer age 20 residing Desoto IL, into 73 IL Inf Co. K. Record states born “Milltown, Clare” likely meaning Milltown Malbay. Source: Illinois State muster database. Additional research: 1860 census for rural Jackson Co. IL has a Lennane family of Patrick age 51, with Irish-born children Michael 16 and older sister Kate 19, plus IL-born children. A federal pension card for Michael Lennane of 73 IL Inf shows his death 1927 in Wallace, Idaho. An Idaho death certificate made out for “Michael Lennon (Michael Lennane)” of Wallace has the right 1927 death date with his age as 83, occupation miner.

LEONARD, Thomas
Enlisted age 25 in 15 KY Inf Source: The Battle Rages Higher, The Union’s Fifteenth Kentucky Infantry, by Kirk C. Jenkins, 2010. Hospitalized for illness from 17 Mar 1862 through the war’s end.
Federal NPS Soldiers and Sailors database uses the spelling Linard and shows him in Co. G.

LIDDY, Michael C.
b.c. 1831, parents: John Liddy, Mary Erwin. Enlisted 7 Nov 1861 75th Ohio Inf Co. A; prisoner of war 2 months at Chancellorsville; mustered out 15 Nov 1864. d. 8 Apr 1917 Waynesville OH. Federal pension certificate 493676. Burial: Miami Cemetery, Miami OH. Sources: Sons of Union Veterans Grave Registration; Hardesty's Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition; Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems; Ohio Death Certificate #29737 (1917) for Michael C. Liddy http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ohwarren/military/cwl.htm

LILLIS, Patrick Griffin aka Griffin P.
Enlisted before 1862 at Louisiana in Confederate Army unit called Louisiana Tigers. Captured and served time in a Union prison. Released, assumed mother's maiden name Griffin as his first name, and joined 4th New Jersey Inf as a 1st Lieutenant,. Had immigrated 1850s to CT with his mother but left 1856 for Iowa, then Louisiana; post-war he married Bridget, daughter of Martin & Margaret Lillis, with most of their life spent in Sandy Hook CT where he died 31 Mar 1890. Obituary, 4 Apr 1890 The Newton Bee (Connecticut).

LITTLETON, John
FHL Film 350334: age 22, enlisted NYC 20 Aug 1859 9th Inf Co. I, discharged Feb 1864 San Francisco, California. Height not legible, dark hair, blue eyes, light complexion.

LONG, John
Laborer age 25. Served in 1st U.S. Cav. Co.C (enlisted Nov 1857 Chicago IL). Killed 10 Aug 1861 at Battle of Wilson's Creek

LONGAN, Patrick
b. Ennis 10 Mar 1844. Enlisted NYC __NY Inf __ , served to war's end, including at Appomattox on the day of Lee's surrender (9 Apr 1865). Had arrived U.S. alone 1863 to be a butcher, learned at uncle's Ennis shop. Post-war: returned to Ireland; married Margaret Hogan Aug 1865; returned to U.S., still a butcher. Visited an uncle, Capt. John Considine, grocer of Detroit, Michigan, and began working on a boat on the Great Lakes. Moved to New Britain, Connecticut and 1874 to Collinsville CT where he died 2 Jan 1902. Biography of son Peter Longan (b. CT 1873), p. 716, Commemorative Biographical Record of New Haven County, Connecticut (Chicago: J.H. Beers, 1902)

LUCAS, Chas.
FHL Film 350334: age 21, enlisted 1861 Watervliet NY “ordnance,” discharged 4 Dec 1864 Watervliet NY. 5'10-1/2” brown hair, light blue eyes, fair complexion.

LUCAS, John J.
FHL Film 350334: age 19, clerk. Enlisted Waveston, Maryland 25 Oct 1862 8th Inf Co. A, discharged as a corporal NYC. 5'6” brown hair, brown eyes, fair complexion.

LYNCH, James
b.c. 1832, enlisted 2 Wisconsin Inf Co. G (the Iron Brigade), wounded at Bull Run, Virginia; resident of Madison WI. Obituary, 11 May 1895 (Milwaukee WI)

LYNCH, Martin
FHL Film 350334: age 27, stone cutter. Enlisted Alton, Illinois 11 Jul 1862 13th Inf. Co. A, last seen 18 Jul 1862. 5'9” sandy hair, blue eyes, fair complexion.

LYNCH, Martin
Enlisted 12 Aug 1862 at Coe, Illinois, a single farmer age 25 residing Cordova IL, into 126 IL Inf Co. G. The record states born Kilrush, Clare. Mustered out 12 Jul 1865 at Pine Bluff, Arizona. Source: Illinois State muster database IL .

LYNCH, Patrick
Enlisted 14 Aug 1862, a baker age 23 residing Chicago, Illinois, into 23 IL Inf Co. B. Source: Illinois State muster database.

LYNCH, Patrick
b.1842, son of John Lynch & Mary McMahon, all emigrating to Newtown CT. Served in CT Heavy Arty 2nd Regt, Co. E (enlisted 31 Dec 1863). Discharged from service May, 1865; married Hanora Finnell, 13 children of whom 10 survived, named, upon Patrick's death. Obituary, 4 Apr 1919
Bridgeport Times and Evening Farmer.

LYNCH, Patrick
Baker age 23, residing Chicago IL, joined March, 1864, served in 23 Illinois Inf. Co. B until discharge on 30 Dec 1862.
McCarthy, Dennis, Pvt., 29, laborer, sent to prison for five years

LYSAGHT, Richard
Enlisted 28 July 1862 19 MI Inf Co. I after selling his grocery store in St. Joseph, Michigan. Served as a captain until discharge for illness. d. Aug 1872. Biography of his son, John Lysaght, in Great Lakes ship captains database at p.62, History of the Great Lakes, Vol. II, by John B. Mansfield (Chicago: J.H. Beers, 1899)

MACK, John
FHL Film 350334: age 24, enlisted Boston, Mass. 18 Sep 1862 3rd Inf. Co. A, discharged as a corporal Sep 1865 Washington, D.C. 5'5-1/2” black hair, gray eyes, ruddy complexion.

MACK, Michael FHL Film 350334: age 35, enlisted Columbus, Ohio 10 Jan 1862 18th Inf Co. G, discharged for disability Jun 1864 Louisville, Kentucky. 5'4” gray hair, blue eyes, florid complexion.

MADAGON (Madigan), Michael
Enlisted 10 Aug 1861 at Nashville, Illinois, a single laborer age 24 residing Nashville, into 80 IL Inf Co. I. Mustered out 10 Jun 1865 in Tennessee. Source: Illinois State muster database.

MADIGAN, Thomas
b.c. 1842, As a resident of Scranton, Pennsylvania, enlisted in Union Army. Had arrived U.S. about 1851. Brother John alive in Scranton at time of Thomas's death. Obituary, 10 Jul 1905 The Scarnton Truth (Scranton PA).

MAGENIS (McGuinness), Thomas
B. (Clare) 17 Dec 1835, son of Timothy and Frances (nee Frost), the father a native of Co. Down. Enlisted Aug 1861 in 27 Indiana Inf, Co. F. Served in 3 battles, wounded 3 times, discharged Sep 1864. Had immigrated 1849 to Goshen NY and moved 1856 to Indiana, followed by marriage 4 months before enlistment. Post-war, returned to farming in Indiana and served in elected county positions. Source: Counties of Morgan, Monroe, and Brown, Indiana: Historical and Biographical, by Charles Blanchard, 1884.

MAHAN (Meehan), Michael
FHL Film 350334: age 27 (b.c. 1835), tobacconist. Enlisted Elmira NY 6 Aug 1862, 107th Inf. Co. A. 5' 5” dark hair, eyes, & complexion.

MALONEY, David F.
Enlisted 4 Jun 1862 at Chicago, Illinois, a married merchant age 25 residing Chicago, into 67 IL Inf Co. B. The record states born “Tulle” Clare, meaning Tulla. Source: Illinois State muster database.

MALONEY, Francis G.
b. 19 May 1841 Ennis (parents: Anthony Maloney, Ellen O'Kearney). Enlisted Rochester NY Sep 1863 as a captain 54th NY Inf National Guard Co. I, served at Elmira NY prison until Nov 1864. Had immigrated with birth family through Canada to Rochester as of 1856. Post-war: married in Michigan, resided Rochester until 1871, moved to MI, d. there 1872 (courtesy of descendant Patrick Eagan).

MALONEY, John
NY Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: age 22 (b.c. 1842), enlisted 23 Feb 1864 13th Cav, last seen 1 Apr 1864.

MALONEY, Mathew
FHL Film 350334: age 26, coachman. Enlisted Albany NY 12 Dec 1860 4th Inf Co. F, last seen 19 Aug 1861. 5'4-1/2” brown hair, blue eyes, fair complexion.

MALONEY, Michael
Enlisted age 27 into 15 KY Inf. Wounded 8 Oct 1862, Battle of Perryville, lost several toes on one foot, discharged 14 June 1864. Unit confirmed, federal NPS Soldiers and Sailors database, with 6 separate entries for a Michael Maloney/Malony/Malona: Co. G had a private of that name; Co. A’s private became a corporal.

MALONEY, Michael
b. 1832, served in the Confederate 27 Virgina Inf, Co. C, rank sergeant. Post-war: street builder with his brother Patrick while living in Washington, D.C. Had arrived U.S. about 1845, first resided in Alleghany Co., Virginia. Obituary, 15 May 1906 The Washington Times.

MALONEY, Michael
Enlisted 2 Jun 1862 at Morris IL (Grundy Co.), a single laborer age 27 residing Morris, into 69 IL Inf Co. I. Mustered out 27 Sep 1862 at Camp Douglas IL. Source: Illinois State muster database.

MALONEY, Thomas
Enlisted 8 Aug 1862 at Camp Butler, Illinois, a single laborer age 34 residing Cairo IL, into 130 IL Inf Co. C. Mustered out 15 Aug 1865 at New Orleans, Louisiana. Source: Illinois State muster database.

MALONY, John
FHL Film 350334: age 26, enlisted Ogdensburg, New York 5 Nov 1863 12th Inf , discharged for disability 2 Jan 1864 Brooklyn NY. 5'11-1/2” brown hair, blue eyes, fair complexion.

MANGAN, Michael
b.c. 1844. Served in 6th Vermont Inf, Co. F (enlisted 25 Sep 1861 age 17); wounded at Fredericksburg 3 May 1865. Immigrated with parents to VT. Resided Mechanicsville PA, where he died 19 Jul 1902, survived by his wife, four daughters, two sons, brother Thomas Mangan of Rutland VT, and sister Mrs. Mary Haly of Derbey Center VT. Obituary, 6 Aug 1902 The News and Citizen (VT).

MANNING, Patrick D.
FHL Film 350334: age 28, enlisted Albany NY 8 Aug 1862, last seen 3 June 1862 Carlisle, Pennsylvania. 5'9” dark hair, blue eyes, fair complexion.

MARONEY, Jeremiah
b.c. 1831, enlisted 1861 17th Wisconsin Inf Co. A, served to war's end. Had arrived U.S. 1856. Post-war: last resided Waseca, Minnesota. Obituary, 13 Jan 1898 National Tribune (Washington, D.C.)

MARONEY, Michael
FHL Film 350334: age 30 (b.c. 1832), blacksmith. Enlisted NYC 13 Sep 1862 170th NY Inf, Co. C; last seen Oct 1862 Staten Island, NYC. 5' 8” brown hair, blue eyes, fair complexion.

MARONY, John
FHL Film 350334: age 28, tailor. Enlisted Vancouver, Washington 4 Sep 1863 “ordnance,” discharged May 1864 Washington territory. 5'6” fair hair, blue eyes, fair complexion.

MARRINAN, Michael
Resided Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada for 20 years before joining the Union army, 3 U.S, Art. Last seen June 1864 on a train enroute to New Mexico from Kansas. Clare birth stated in Boston Pilot ad placed 22 Aug 1868 by both his father Martin in Fredericton and his brother James in St. Joseph, Missouri. Federal NPS Soldiers and Sailors database has no entry for a Marrinan in 3 U.S. Art although that regiment did serve in the Southwest including New Mexico.

MCCARTHY, Dennis
Enlisted as a laborer age 29 residing Chicago, Illinois, into 23 IL Inf Co. B. Source: Illinois State muster database.

MCCARTHY, Jonas
Enlisted 15 Aug 1862 at Tiskilwa, Illinois, a single laborer age 24 residing Macon IL, into 93 IL Inf Co. E. Mustered out 23 Jun 1862 at Louisville, Kentucky. Source: Illinois State muster database.

MCCARTHY, Michael
Enlisted to be a sergeant 24 May 1861 at Quincy, Illinois, a single painter age 23 residing Dallas IL, into 16 IL Inf Co. I. Re-enlisted 23 Dec 1863 while serving in Tennessee. Mustered out 8 Jul 1863 at Louisville, Kentucky. Source: Illinois State muster database.

MCCARTHY, Michael
Enlisted as a single farmer age 25 residing Arispie, Illinois (Bureau Co.), into 93 IL Inf Co. E. Source: Illinois State muster database IL State Archives.

MCCARTHY, Patrick
FHL Film 350334: age 30, enlisted Steilacoom, Washington 6 Feb 1860 4th Inf Cos. E & F, re-enlisted 1864 Washington, D.C. 5'11-1/2” brown hair, gray eyes, fair complexion.

MCCLEARY, Samuel
Born in Clare to David McCleary. Enlisted 1862 in 83 Ohio Inf, discharged 1864, died 28 Dec 1865.
Lived in Indiana as of 1856. Brothers David (settled at Butler Co. Ohio). James (settled Canada), and William (settled Pittsburgh PA) had immigrated via the port at Baltimore MD. Source: biography of (son) David McCleary, M.D., in History of Carroll County, Indiana, by John C. Odell, 1916.

MCCLUNE, Mathew
FHL Film 350334: age 26, groom. Enlisted Cornwall NY 7 Feb 1860 Dragoons, last seen 17 Mar 1861. 5'6” brown hair, gray eyes,ruddy complexion.

MCDONALD, Pierce
FHL Film 350334: age 41, baker. Enlisted San Francisco, California 4 Feb 1860 3rd Art., re-enlisted 1864 Fort Point, California. 5'7-1/2” gray hair, blue eyes, fair complexion.

MCENROY, James
NY Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: b.c. 1844, enlisted New Orleans, Louisiana 12 Aug 1863 165th Inf; index has no pension.

MCGEE, James
NY Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: b.c. 1826, enlisted 30 Dec 1863 16th Heavy Art.
Federal pension: awarded for service as a sergeant, 16th Heavy Art Co. E, invalid app. 171761 (1872).

MCGRAH/McGrath, Michael
FHL Film 350334: age 27 ( b.c. 1834). enlisted New Dorp NY 31 May 1861 32nd NY Inf Co. F, last seen Apr 1862 Alexandria, Virginia.

MCGRATH, Patrick
FHL Film 350334: age 38, enlisted Key West, Florida 25 May 1859 1st Art Co. O ?, d. 2 June 1863. 5'6” dark hair, blue eyes, dark complexion.

MCGRATH, Patrick
FHL Film 350334: age 33, enlisted Buffalo NY 1862 5 Art. 5'8-1/2” black hair, blue eyes, fair complexion.

MCGUIRE, James
Enlisted 20 Apr 1861 at St. Louis, Missouri, into 11 MO Inf Co. H for a 4-month term. Admitted age 87 (farmer, Baptist) in June, 1916, into Leavenworth KS soldiers' home; reported birth at Ennis and nearest relative as daughter Mrs. Beulah Smith of Arkansas. Source: U.S. National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1866-1938.

MCHENRY, Thomas
U.S. National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1866-1938: b.c. 1833, enlisted Camp Dennison, Ohio 13 June 1861 8th OH Inf. Co. D. Admitted into National Home (Dayton OH) 1904 as a widower, a cook residing Alvarado, Texas.

MCINARNEY, Patrick
Enlisted as a single laborer age 25 residing Springfield, Illinois, into 21 IL Inf Co. G. The record states born Kilrush. Source: Illinois State muster database.

MCINERNERY, John
FHL Film 350334: age 25, blacksmith. Enlisted Albany NY 14 Mar 1861, last seen 9 Apr 1861. 5'5” brown hair, blue eyes, fair complexion.

MCINERNERY, Morgan
FHL Film 350334: age 21, enlisted NYC 13 Nov 1860 6th Inf Co. I, discharged for disability Jan 1864 Washington, D.C. 5'8” brown hair, gray eyes, dark complexion.

MCINERNERY, Patrick
FHL Film 350334: age 21, blacksmith. Enlisted Cincinnati, Ohio 19 Aug 1861 18th Inf, discharged for disability Jul 1862 Columbus, Ohio. 5'4” brown hair, blue eyes, fair complexion.

MCKAY, Patrick
NY Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: age 40, b.c. 1821, enlisted NYC 14 May 1861 32nd Inf Co. K, mustered out 9 Jun 1863; index has no pension.

MCKAY, Patrick
FHL Film 350334: 38, enlisted NYC 5 Aug 1863 16 Inf Co. D, discharged for disability 31 Aug 1865 Lookout Mountain, Tennessee. 5'8” sandy hair, blue eyes, fair complexion.

MCMAHAN (McMahon), James
Enlisted age 27 at Rochester NY, stating Clare as his birthplace. Served 4 US Art. Co. A, through to the end of his term Oct 1864. Source: imaged enlistment record page, U.S. Army Enlistments 1794-1914, Ancestry.com. Unit confirmed, federal NPA Soldiers and Sailors database.

MCMAHON, Daniel
Enlisted 156th NY Art. Had immigrated about 1847, married Alice Cavanaugh, son John b. 1859 Toronto, Canada, moved 1861 to Oswego NY. Biography of John Daniel McMahon, p. 184, History of the Mohawk Valley - Gateway to the West, 1614-1925, Vol. III, by Nelson Greene (Chicago: S.J. Clarke, 1925).

MCMAHON, Henry
Arrived New York with brother Daniel and Daniel's wife Sarah McNamara. Henry joined 66th NY Inf, Co. H; was injured in battle, received a pension after his discharge, lived in NYC. Brother Michael (see below) also fought with 66th NY Inf Co. G. Source: online posting of descendant John Gill.

MCMAHON, John
b. 1834. Served in 45th Pennsylvania Inf. Had immigrated 1850, naturalized 1868. Listed in Erie County Naturalizations, 1825 – 1906, by Erie Society for Genealogical Research, 1983.

MCMAHON, John
Served in 23 WI Inf, Co. C, from 15 Aug 1862, discharged 5 Jul 1863 (source; Certificate of Service, viewed online, site not retained). Obituary (23 Oct 1905 Portage Daily Register, Wisconsin newspaper ) states discharge was due to permanent disability, confirms Clare for his birth on 17 Jun 1838, states that he took up residence in Columbia County WI with his parents in June 1857, lists death on Oct. 23rd at Ft. Winnebago WI (his residence), confirms military unit, states two marriages (first in April 1864 to Catherine McCormick (children Peter of Chicago, Mrs. John O'Keefe & Mrs. Hugh Smith both of Ft. Winnebago), second to Minnie Miller (children William, Frank, John, Harry), John's siblings were Patrick of Douglas Center WI, Brian & Mrs. Patrick Doyle of Portage WI, Timothy of Ft. Winnebago, Michael of Lewiston WI.

MCMAHON, John
FHL Film 350334: age 35, enlisted Wayne County, Michigan 1 Oct 1862 “ordnance,” discharged Oct 1866 Detroit, Michigan. 55” dark hair, gray eyes, dark complexion.

MCMAHON, John
FHL Film 350334: age 18, enlisted Davenport, Indiana (sic, Iowa ?) 22 Aug 1862 9th Inf Co.E, discharged Oct 1865. 5'5-1/2” dark hair, blue eyes, dark hair

MCMAHON, John
FHL Film 350334: age 26, enlisted NYC 6 Dec 1860, d. 27 Feb 1861 Fort McHenry, Maryland. 5'8” brown hair, hazel eyes, fair complexion.

MCMAHON, John
Born 14 May 1836 (self-reported). Served in 88 NY Inf Co. I for 100 days in 1864 (confirmed in NPS.gov Soldiers and Sailors database: a private, not 2nd lieutenant as claimed). According to front-page news article, 8 Jul 1917 Brooklyn Daily Eagle, he was a veteran of 4 wars on different continents, usually as a bugler (musician); post-war: married (the first of his 3 wives Mary Larkin at London, Ontario, Canada; spent several years in coastal trade centered in Newfoundland before settling in Brooklyn NY.

MCMAHON, Martin
Investigated as possible remains buried on Antietam, Maryland battlefield after death 17 Sep, 1862, the day of highest mortalities during the U.S. Civil War. Bones of a man in his 40s. Martin was a laborer from Clare, enlisted in 63 NY Inf “The Irish Brigade.” Re-interred at Antietam National Cemetery. Religion and the American Civil War, ed. Charles Reagan Wilson et al., (Oxford University Press, 1998) p.261 (rosary found around the neck). NY State Military Museum unit roster confirms Martin, age 40, was killed during the stated battle, a private in Co. I, recruited from New York City Oct 1861.

MCMAHON, Michael
Michael arrived 1851 New York City. Enlisted 66th NY Inf Co. G, fought at Antietam & Gettysburg. 1863: brothers Daniel & Henry (see above) arrived New York City with Daniel's wife Sarah McNamara. Source: online posting of descendant John Gill.

MCMAHON, Michael
FHL Film 350334: age 25, shoemaker. Enlisted Buffalo NY 3 Sep 1864, discharged Sep 1864. 5'3” brown hair, blue eyes, fair complexion.

MCMAHON, Michael
b.c. 1844. Served in 1st Connecticut Inf, Co. G (enlisted April, 1861,age 17), also later 14th Conn, Inf., Co. F.; imprisoned at Andersonville Confederate Prison (Georgia); decorated for bravery in saving his regiment's flag from Confederate capture at the Battle of Antietam. Had immigrated to New Britain with his parents in 1849. Died at his New Britain home, survived by his wife nee White and one daughter. Obituary, 30 Jan 1930 The Catholic Transcript (newspaper).

MCMAHON, Michael
Drafted age 34/37 at Temperanceville/Pittsburgh PA in 51 Penn Inf, Co. G. Source: Pennsylavania State Archives ARIAS database, 2 imaged cards. That location and age fit Michael McMahon b.c. 1830 listed in Erie city PA census 1860 to 1910, with a set of children matching those listed in son Daniel’s biography, p. 653, stating Michael was from Kilrush and had immigrated to Quebec, Canada, in 1851 before arriving in Erie 1853. Nelson’s Biographical and Historical Reference Book for Erie County, by Benjamin Whitman (Erie PA: S.B.Nelson, 1896)

MCMAHON, Michael
Enlisted in 14 New Hampshire Inf and served to the war's end. Died 1887. Source: History of Union County, pp.379-380. Source: Union Co. NJ biography of son William McMahon, a P.T. Barnum Circus executive. William's birth date of 4 Jun 1852 and family (mother was Margaret Manix, grandparents William McMahon and Mary nee Rowan, Feakle) provided in History of Charlestown, New Hampshire, by Rev. Henry H. Saunderson (1876) Descendants' online postings state a set of siblings (Timothy, Michael b.c. 1822, Thomas, Bridget and cousins) emigrated from Feakle to Charlestown NH before later generations went to Vermont, New Jersey, and San Francisco CA. Database creator S. Carberry shares an ancestor with this McMahon line, shown by DNA results.

MCMAHON, Morton
FHL Film 350334: age 22, shoemaker. Enlisted Fort Leavenworth, Kansas 4 Mar 1861 2nd Dragoons, missing in action 31 Aug 1861. 5'6-1/2” brown hair, green eyes, fair complexion.
See also this later record:
Martin McMahon. A shoemaker, enlisted March 1861 age 22 at Leavenworth, Kansas, stating Clare as his birthplace. Served 1 US Cav, Co. A and discharged June 1865. Source: imaged enlistment record page, U.S. Army Enlistments 1794-1914, Ancestry.com

MCMAHON, Patrick
b.c. 1844. As a resident of New Britain, Connecticut, enlisted in 6th CT Inf, wounded in Battle of the Wilderness (Virginia), served 4 years, later awarded a pension. Had arrived U.S. about 1854 with his mother. Post-war: married Margaret Garvey b. Clare, resided New Britain. Biography of son Patrick S. McMahon, pp. 390-91, Encyclopedia of Connecticut Biography, Genealogical-Memorial, Representative Citizens, vol. 9 (New York: American Historical Society, 1923)

MCMAHON, Patrick
Served in 17 WI Inf Co. B, enlisted Portage WI, mustered out 5 Apr 1865 (source: Certificate of Service, source not retained). While post-war residing Briggsville WI and a member of GAR W.J. Kershaw post, he located in a Madison WI war collection a Confederate regiment flag captured by him from its soldier color-bearer during the battle of Tupelo, Mississippi 14 Jul 1861 when McMahon was on temporary duty with 14 WI Inf. Source: newspaper item “He Captured the Flag,” exact citation lost.

MCMAHON, Patrick
New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: b.c. 1844, enlisted NYC 6 Apr 1865 190th Inf, index has no pension.

MCMAHON, Patrick
Corporal in 6th Missouri Inf, Co. G (enlisted 20 May 1861 St. Louis MO, age 26); killed in action 28 Aug 1863. Source: Army certification, NARA.

MCMAHON, Patrick
Enlisted St. Louis, Missouri 20 May 1861 6th MO Inf., Co. G; as a corporal aged 26: killed 18 Aug 1863 Black River, Mississippi. 5'2” dark complexion, black hair & eyes. Source: Federal wages payment certificate.

MCMAHON, Patrick
Enlisted 24 May, 1861, mustered in at Quincy, Illinois, a farmer age 20 residing Pittsfield IL (Pike Co.), into 16 IL Inf Co. K. Source: Illinois State muster database. Additional research: 1860 census Pike County shows 19 year-old Patrick on his own. A federal pension card shows a 1908 application by Patrick McMahon alias William Young, having enlisted 24 May 1861 into 16 IL Inf Co. K, but with additional units listed: 13 Tennessee Cav and 4 U.S. Cav.

MCMAHON, Patrick
Enlisted as a laborer age 21 residing Chicago, Illinois, into 23 IL Inf Co. G. Mustered out 19 Jun 1864 in Virginia. Source: Illinois State muster database.

MCMAHON, Simon
Corporal, served from 1 Feb 1864 in 42nd Pennsylvania Inf., transferred into 190th Regt; discharged 7 Aug 1865, Source: New Jersey State Library war records.

MCMARTIN, John
FHL Film 350334: age 22, enlisted Fort Union, New Mexico 17 Aug 1861 3rd (Mounted?) Rifles Co. G, discharged May 1864 Jefferson Brooks, Mississippi. 5'11” brown hair, gray eyes, fair complexion.

MCNAMARA, Charles
FHL Film 350334: age 18, saddler. Enlisted Burlington, Vermont 2 Aug 1861 12th Inf Co. G, re-enlisted 1861 Kettle Run, Virginia. 5'7-1/2” reddish hair, blue eyes, fair complexion.

MCNAMARA, Daniel.
A saddler age 18 enlisted Sep 1861 at Burlington, Vermont, into 12 U.S. Inf, Cos F, C, stating Co. Clare as his birthplace. Source: imaged enlistment record page, U.S. Army Enlistments 1794-1914, Ancestry.com Unit confirmed, federal NPS Soldiers and Sailors database. FHL Film 350334: this soldier not with his unit, last seen 28 June 1863

MCNAMARA, Daniel
Age 40 (b.c. 1821) enlisted 20 Dec 1861 61st Ohio Inf Co. B, in March 1865 into 82nd OH Inf Co. D; discharged Jul 1865. Federal pension records: certif 275642. d. 5 Sep 1888 Cemetery: IOOF, Morrow, Ohio.

MCNAMARA, Dennis
New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: age 25 (b.c. 1839), enlisted Troy NY 1864
12th Cav; index has no pension.

MCNAMARA, Edward
FHL Film 350334: age 23, enlisted Buffalo NY 26 Jan 1862 “general service,” last seen 2 Mar 1862 Buffalo NY. 5'4-1/2” brown hair, blue eyes, fair complexion.

MCNAMARA, James
New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: b.c. 1847, enlisted Nashville TN 15 Feb 1865, 45 Inf ; index has no pension.

MCNAMARA, Joseph
FHL Film 350334: age 22, tailor. Enlisted NYC 23 Nov 1861 3rd Art Co. L, discharged Nov 1864 Camp Barry, D.C. 5'7-1/4” brown hair, blue eyes, fair complexion.

MCNAMARA, Martin Ambrose
b. Nov 1838 Ballykelly (Broadford), son of John McNamara & Catherine Mullen. Served in 11 Maine Inf, Co. G.* Married 1860 Utica NY and died 20 Apr 1907 Buffalo NY. *Source: Maine Index Cards,
Civil War Service Records, image at Fold3., with no corroborative identifying data. (Broadford RC baptisms start 1844).

MCNAMARA, Martin
FHL Film 350334: age 37, enlisted NYC _ Art Co. B, d. 14 Sep 1864 Washington, D.C. hospital. 5'5-1/2” dark hair. Dark eyes, dark complexion.

MCNAMARA, Martin
FHL Film 350334: age 22, clerk. Enlisted Carlisle, Pennsylvania 20 Mar 1860 2nd Dragoons, discharged for disability Aug 1860 Washington territory. 5'6-1/2” black hair, gray eyes, sallow complexion.

MCNAMARA, Michael
FHL Film 350334: age 21, painter. Enlisted NYC 13 Dec 1860 4th Art Co. K, re-enlisted 1864 Petersburg, Virginia. 5'6” brown hair, hazel eyes, fair complexion.

MCNAMARA, Michael
FHL Film 350334: age 41, enlisted Albuquerque, New Mexico 1 Jul 1860 3rd Art Co. A, discharged as a sergeant Jul 1868 Fort Monroe, Virginia. 5'10” brown hair, gray eyes, fair complexion.

MCNAMARA, Patrick
New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: age 33 (b.c. 1829), enlisted NYC 7 Jul 1862, 2nd Heavy Art; index has no pension.

MCNAMARA, Thomas
FHL Film 350334: age 21, mechanic. Enlisted Chicago, Illinois 17 Sep 1861 19th Inf Co. B?, discharged Sep 1864 Harpers Ferry, Pennsylvania. 5'5-1/2” brown hair, blue eyes, light complexion.

MCNERNEY, John
FHL Film 350334: age 21, enlisted New York 15 Aug 1860 3rd Inf Co. K, last seen 26 Jul 1861. 5'7-1/2” light hair, gray eyes, fair complexion.

MCNERNEY, Thomas
New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: transferred 17 Sep 1864 into 49 Inf, Co. A; index has no pension.

MCNIERNEY, Michael
New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: b.c. 1822, enlisted 4 Sep 1862, 170 Inf Co. A; index has no pension.

MCNAMARA, James
Enlisted Jan 1863 1st Connecticut Art. Co. K, served to war's end. Post-war: farmed in CT until 1868, went by steamer to California, 4 years as a ranch hand in Contra Costa county, then to Martinez & started in business, married 1878 Mary Bennett (Irish-born). p. 605, History of Contra Costa County, California...Incidents of Pioneer Life; Biographical Sketches (San Francisco: W.A. Slocum, 1882)

MCNAMARA, John
b. Ballycorry (Ennis) March, 1814, father: Thomas, mother: Mary. Enlisted 1861 Philadelphia 29th PA Inf, later other units, ending with Sherman's march to the sea in Georgia. Had arrived U.S. about 1839, lived ten years in Northern NY, then 10 years in NYC, followed by Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Illinois, ending by 1867 in Iowa. Marriage in 1844; 2 surviving children residing NY & PA.
http://iagenweb.org/howard/history/1883%20Howard%20Co%20Biographical%20Sketches.htm

MCNULTY, Michael
New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: age 25 (b.c. 1840). Enlisted “near” Petersburg Virginia 30 Mar 1865 2nd Heavy Art Co. K, then Co. F. Federal pension records: granted for service as 2nd Lt. Cos K, F, & L; notes refer to 34th NY Inf Co. D; invalid app. 121198, certif. 79090 (1867). Veteran d. 3 Feb 1925 Wash D.C.

MCPHILLIPS, John
New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: b.c. 1842, enlisted Ft. Edward NY 31 Dec 1863, 16th Heavy Art Co. K; index has no pension.

MEANEY, Martin
Enlisted as a laborer age 27 residing Chicago, Illinois, into 23 IL Inf Co. B, later A. Re-enlisted 8 Mar 1864 while serving in Virginia; hospitalized Frederick MD, mustered out 24 Jul 1864 Chicago. Source: Illinois State muster database. This soldier's apparent records: 1855 IL census as Manny; 1865 IL census as Maney; 1896 naturalization, Northern District of IL; federal military pension Nov 1900.

MEANY, Thomas
As a resident of Boston, Massachusetts, enlisted as a corporal 11 June 1861. Killed while a sergeant Malvern Hill, Virginia, 1 Jul 1862. History of the Ninth Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, Second Brigade, First Division., by Daniel George Macnamara (Boston, Mass.: E.B. Stillings, 1899)

MEEHAN, William
b. 24 Dec 1843 “near” Ennis. As a lieutenant, wounded 31 Mar 31 1865 in battle near Petersburg, Virginia. d.15 Apr (or 18 Apr) 1865 Washington, D.C. Burial: State Road Irish Catholic Cemetery, Standing Stone, Bradford Co. PA Source: Tri-Counties Genealogy & History by Joyce M. Tice http://www.joycetice.com/cemb/strdirc3.htm

MEER, John
FHL Film 350334: age 31, enlisted Deerbornville, M_ (Dearborn, Michigan ?) 5 Feb 1860 “ordnance,” discharged Feb 1865 Detroit MI. 5'6” dark hair, gray eyes, light complexion

MINIHAN, Patrick
FHL Film 350334: age 30, enlisted Augusta, Georgia 4 Apr 1860 “ordnance,” last seen enroute to D.C. Jan/Feb 1861, released from service by Act of Congress 1 Jul 1890. 5'4” dark hair, black eyes, fair complexion.

MITCHELL, John
FHL Film 350334: age 22, enlisted Boston, Mass. 17 Nov 1860 6th Inf Co. G, last seen 17 Oct 1861. 5'6-1/2” brown hair, gray eyes, fair complexion.

MOLLOY, Francis
Enlisted as a farmer age 35 residing Chicago, Illinois, into 23 IL Inf Co. H. Source: Illinois State muster database.

MOLONY, John
FHL Film 350334: age 24 or 27, enlisted Albuquerque, New Mexico 21 Feb 1860 3rd Inf Co. F, discharged Feb 1865 Washington, D.C. 5'6-3/4” black hair, hazel eyes, dark complexion.

MONGIVIN, John
Enlisted 4 Jun 1861 at Winnebago, Illinois, a single laborer age 35 residing Chicago IL, into 67 IL Inf Co. B. Source: Illinois State muster database IL State Archives.

MORAN, James
FHL Film 350334: age 27, enlisted Watervliet NY 4 Jan 1859 “ordnance,” discharged as a corporal Jan 1864, expiration of service. 5'6” fair hair, light blue eyes, fair complexion.

MORAN, Martin
FHL Film 350334: age 31, enlisted NYC 10 Dec 1860 2nd Art. Co. I, re-enlisted 1864 Battery River, D.C.

MORAN, Patrick
FHL Film 350334: age 26, shoemaker. Enlisted NYC 15 Feb 1861 5th Cav Co. B, discharge for disability Jun 1863 Washington, D.C. 5'4-1/2 or 5'9-1/2”, brown hair, gray eyes, ruddy complexion.

MORONEY, James
b. 9 Feb 1835 Milltown Malbay, parents: Andrew, Bessie (nee Burns). Enlisted April, 1861, helped to organise his unit, later part of 17th Mass. Inf Co. I as a lieutenant. Post-war: married a Limerick-born Culhane, one child. p.97, Memorial History of the Seventeenth Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, by Thomas Kirwan & Henry Splaine (Salem, Mass: Salem Press, 1911).
https://archive.org/details/memorialhistoryo00kirw

MORRIS ?, M. P.
FHL Film 350334: age 28, enlisted 23 Sep 1862 13th Inf. Co. E ?. d. (battle wound) Nashville TN.

MORRISON, Martin
Enlisted 5 Mar 1862 at Chicago, Illinois, as an engineer residing Chicago, into 23 IL Inf Co. B. Re-enlisted as a sergeant 8 Mar 1864 at age 20 while serving in Virginia. Re-enlisted as a 2nd lieutenant 28 Apr 1864 at Richmond VA, where he mustered out 24 Jul 1865. Source: Illinois State muster database. This soldier's apparent records: 1855, 1865 IL state censuses, 1880 federal census, all as a single man; 1880 Northern District of IL naturalization.

MORRISSEY, Michael
FHL Film 350334: age 32, tailor. Enlisted NYC 7 Apr? 1861 5th Inf Co. F?, discharged Oct 1864 Virginia. 5'5” brown hair, blue eyes, fair complexion.

MOYLAN, Thomas
New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: age 24 (b.c. 1839), enlisted NYC 5 Dec 1863, 162nd Inf, Co. I. Federal pension record: invalid app. 53437, certif. 41991, veteran d. 8 Jan 1865.

MULLEN, Patrick
New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: age 20 (b.c. 1844), enlisted Rochester NY 19 Apr 1864 108th Inf Co. K; index has no pension.

MULLEN (Mullins), Thomas
An anonymous letter to the editor of the Boston Pilot newspaper urged reprinting of an earlier letter to a Michigan newspaper to memorialize the soldier’s efforts in his last battle. The Pilot did so 23 Nov 1861 and these details were made public: Mullen was born in Killaloe and immigrated 1845 to West Troy NY, later resettling in White Pigeon, Michigan. He enlisted with two other men of the same town, into the Chicago Irish Brigade commanded by a Mulligan. End of article’s details. Col. James Mulligan headed 23 Illinois Infantry, organized at Chicago June 1861, in the September battle at Lexington, Kentucky, during which Mullen was described in the letters as taking brave action that got him killed. Illinois state rosters don’t include this soldier; the federal NPS Soldiers and Sailors database lists Thomas Mullins in 23 IL Inf, Co. K., the same unit as his fellow White Pigeon enlistees named in the Michigan letter.

MULLIGAN, Luke
B.c. 1830 Co. Clare, according to his obituary published 6 Aug 1888 in unnamed newspaper (U.S. GenWeb Allegheny County, Maryland). Had immigrated 1849 and served in 2 MD Inf, Co. E, confirmed in federal NPS Soldiers and Sailors database.

MULLINS, Francis
FHL Film 350334: age 31, enlisted Camp Floyd, New Hampshire 16 Apr 1860 5th Inf Co. G, d. 12 Aug 1860 (suicide). 5'6-3/4” brown hair, brown eyes, fair complexion.

MULQUEEN, Patrick
Enlisted 20 Jan 1862 as a single laborer age 35 residing Springfield, Illinois, into 38 IL Inf Co. A. Source: Illinois State muster database.

MULQUEENY, Patrick
FHL Film 350334: age 39, enlisted Dayton, Ohio 26 Aug 1861 15th Inf, last seen 22 Oct 1861. 5'3-1/2” black hair, gray eyes, fair complexion.

MULQUENY (Mulqueeney), Michael
Enlisted Sep 1864 age 18 at Poughkeepsie NY (Dutchess Co.) to serve in 142 NY Inf., Co. F; wounded in action 15 Jan 1865 at Fort Fisher NC, mustered out June 1865 at a Virginia hospital. Source: New York State Military Museum unit roster, also repeating same details in another unit’s roster for Michael Mulqueeney of 20 NY Independent Battery, Light Artillery (confirmed, federal NPS Soldier and Sailors database). A separate NY soldier database (Town Clerks, Dutchess County NY, at Ancestry.com) lists Michael Malqueeney, born Clare, as a Civil War soldier.

MULVAY, Thomas
FHL Film 350334: age 24, enlisted Detroit, Michigan 27 Jul 1861 2nd Art Co. M or O, re-enlisted Fort Columbia NY. 5'10-1/2” brown hair, blue eyes, ruddy complexion.

MURPHY, James
FHL Film 350334: age 18, barber/bartender. Enlisted Bellefontaine (Pennsylvania ?) 30 Aug 1861 15th Inf; discharged Aug 1864 Atlanta, Georgia. 5'4” or 5;9” black? hair, blue eyes, light complexion.

MURPHY, Martin
FHL Film 350334: age 32, enlisted Nov? 1862 1st Cav Co. F, discharged Nov 1865 New Orleans, Louisiana. 5'4' dark hair, blue eyes, dark complexion.

MURPHY, Michael
New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: age 21 (b.c. 1840). Enlisted 28 Sep 1861 69th Inf Co. B; promoted Mar 1863 to sergeant major; index has no pension.

MURPHY, Michael
FHL Film 350334: age 24, enlisted Buffalo NY 20 Nov 1860 1st Art Co. G?, re-enlisted 1864 Virginia. 5'11” brown hair, black eyes, dark complexion.

MURPHY, Patrick
FHL Film 350334: age 42, enlisted Kings Valley, Oregon 16 Apr 1860 4th Inf Co. F, last seen 2 Jul 1860. 5'10” auburn hair, gray eyes, ruddy complexion.

MURPHY, Simon
FHL Film 350334: age 52, gardener. Enlisted Augusta, Maine 11 May 1863 “ordnance,” discharged May 1868 Kennebec, Maine. 5'4” dark hair, blue eyes, dark complexion.

NAGLE, James
Enlisted 3 Sep 1861 at Jacksonville, Illinois, a single farmer age 25 residing Jacksonville, into 6 IL Cav Co. C. Re-enlisted 1 Mar 1864 while serving in Tennessee and mustered out 5 Nov 1865 at Selma, Alabama. Source: Illinois State muster database.

NAGLE, Patrick
Enlisted 3 Sep 1861 at Jacksonville, Illinois, a single farmer age 21 residing Jacksonville, into 6 IL Cav Co. C. Re-enlisted 1 Mar 1864 while serving in Tennessee and mustered out 5 Nov 1865 at Selma, Alabama. Source: Illinois State muster database.

NAILON/NAYLAN (Neylan), Michael
Enlisted into 45 IL Inf Co. C. Source: U.S. Civil War Soldiers Index (FamilySearch.org) Enlisted 5 Jan 1864 at Black River, Mississippi, as a single laborer with surname spelled Naglan age 23 residing Galena IL, into 45 IL Inf Co. C, and mustered out 12 Jul 1865 at Louisville, Kentucky. Source: Illinois State muster database.

NENAN, John
Enlisted 28 May, 1861, a single man age 22, into 18 IL Inf Co. I. Source: Illinois State muster database.

NIHILL, Michael
FHL Film 350334: age 24, enlisted NYC 16 Sep1859 4th Inf Co. G, discharged for disability Jan 1863 Washington, D.C. 5'7-1/2” brown hair, blue eyes, ruddy complexion.

NILAN/Neylon, Michael
FHL Film 350334: age 37, enlisted Leavenworth, Kansas 4 Apr 1859 2nd Art Co. F, discharged Apr 1864 Annapolis, Maryland. 5'5” black hair, hazel eyes, ruddy complexion.

NOONAN, James
FHL Film 350334: age 36, enlisted Fort McHenry, Maryland 19 Jan 1859 1st Art Co. K, discharged Jan 1864 Fort Independence, Mass. 5'8” black hair, brown eyes, fair complexion.

NOONAN, Thomas
FHL Film 350334: age 31, enlisted Albuquerque, New Mexico 6 Mar 1860 3rd Inf Co. F, re-enlisted 1864 Boston, Mass. 5'8” black hair, green eyes, fair complexion.

NORMOYLE, John
FHL Film 350334: age 26, miner. Enlisted Detroit, Michigan 17 Dec 1862 1st Cav Co. E, d. Virginia (gunshot wound) 11 Jun 1864. 5'3?-1/2” brown hair, hazel eyes, dark complexion.

NORTH, William K.
New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: age 35 (b.c. 1827), enlisted Brooklyn NY 1862 176 Inf ; index has no pension.

NUGENT, Edmund
b. Cahar 1836, father: Martin, mother: Mary Hines. Enlisted 7 Oct 1861 1st NY Light Art. Co. H, promoted to sergeant; injury (horse fell on him), discharged Oct 1864. Had arrived U.S. 1855, four years after his parents. Post-war: married, resided Oleans NY. p. 594, Child's Gazeteer of Jefferson County, N.Y. (Syracuse: Syracuse Journal Co., 1890); p. 646, The Growth of a Century, As Illustrated In the History of Jefferson County, New York, by John Haddock (Albany: Weeds-Parsons Co., 1895).

NUNAN, James
New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: b.c. 1839, enlisted Newburgh NY 18 May 1861 36th Inf Co. B, d. 20 Sep 1862, hospital, Craney Island, Virginia.

O'Brian – see also Byron

O'BRIAN, Denis
FHL Film 350334: age 35, enlisted Columbus, Ohio 2 Dec 1862 18 Inf Co. E, d. in battle 16 Aug 1864 Atlanta, Georgia. 5'6-1/2” dark hair, blue eyes, dark complexion.

O'BRIEN, James
FHL Film 350334: age 28, cooper. Enlisted Boston, Mass. 8 Aug 1861 5th Cav Co. G, discharged Aug 1864. 5'7-3/4” brown hair, blue eyes, sallow complexion.

O'BRIEN, John
FHL Film 3502334: age 29, enlisted Pittsburg, Pennsylvania 22 May 1862 17th Inf Co. K?, last seen Sep 1865. 5'6” dark hair, gray eyes, dark complexion.

O'BRIEN, John
NY Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: b.c. 1821, enlisted Albany NY 2 Dec 1861,91th Inf C, last seen at Albany Aug 1864.

O'BRIEN, John
FHL Film 350334: age 24, glassmaker. Enlisted Albany NY 6 Apr 860 Mounted Service, discharged for disability May 1864 Carlisle, Pennsylvania. 5'6” brown hair, blue eyes, fair complexion.

O'BRIEN ?, Michael
FHL Film 350334: age 19 b. Ennis, enlisted Leavenworth, Kansas 11 Jul 1859 “ordnance hospital,” discharged as 2nd lieutenant Jun 1864. 5'6” brown hair, blue eyes, fair complexion.

O’BRIEN, Michael
A fireman age 26, enlisted May 1861 at Ware, Massachusetts into 2 Massachusetts Inf. Wounded at Cedar Mountain 6 Aug 1862, resulting in leg amputation and discharge Dec 1862. Clare birth and enlistment details in a Massachusetts roster book; unit confirmed, federal NPS Soldiers and Sailors database.

O'BRIEN, Patrick
NY Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: b.c. 1836, drafted & enlisted Buffalo NY 14 Aug 1863 147th Inf ; index has no pension.

O'BRIEN, Simon
Laborer age 19, residing Chicago IL, served in 23 Illinois Infantry Co. B until May, 1862, then Co. A until mustered out July 1865 Richmond VA.

O'BRIEN, Thomas
b. Dec 1837, parents: Mathew O'Brien, Mary Scully. Enlisted Liston, Virginia Confederate 42nd VA Inf Co. C. Documented by descendant Douglas Burnett.

O'BRIEN, Thomas
FHL Film 350334: age 21, enlisted NYC 11 Sep 1860 3rd Inf Co. G?, discharged Nov 1865 St. Louis, Missouri. 5'4” light hair, blue eyes, fair complexion.

O'BRINE/O'Brien, James
FHL Film 350334: age 27, enlisted NYC 26 Aug 1861 3rd Inf Co. I, re-enlisted as a corporal 1864 NY.
5'7” brown hair, blue eyes, dark complexion/

O’BRIEN, William McMahon
Born Ennis 1841, immigrated 1851. Enlisted NYC Sep 1861 age 22 to serve as a first lieutenant in 88 NY Inf, Co. E, promoted Sep 1862 to captain, mustered out June 1863. Unit details, New York State Military Museum unit roster. (Personal history: courtesy of Susan Reilly DeVore, a relative)

O'CALLAGHA/O'Callaghan, Michael
FHL Film 350334: age 31, enlisted Fort Morris, Virginia 24 Jun 1859 4th Art Co. I?, re-enlisted 1864 Bridgeport, Alabama. 5'7” light hair, blue eyes, fair complexion.

O'CONNELL, James
NY Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: age 21 (b.c.1841), enlisted 4 Aug 1862, 170 Inf. 5'%”, grey eyes, brown hair, light complexion. Federal pension record: for service in 170th Inf Co G, also 69th NY Militia, Co I; enlisted 4 Sep 1862, discharged 15 Aug 1864, another enlistment as 1st Lt. 24 March 1864, discharged 13 Jul 1865, all shown in invalid app. 747.630, certif. 478.964.

O'CONNELL, Michael
FHL Film 350334: age 27, enlisted Washington, D.C. 1 Dec 1862 “general service,” discharged Dec 1865 Washington, D.C. 5'11-1/2” light hair, blue eyes, ruddy complexion.

O”CONNELL, William
FHL Film 350334: age 29, enlisted Fort Arbuckle 21 Sep 1859 4th Cav Co. B, discharged Aug 1861 Rolla, Missouri. 5'11” fair hair, blue eyes, fair complexion.

O'CONNELL, William
b.c. 1828. Captain, U.S. Cavalry 4th Regt, burial San Francisco National Cemetery. Died 1895 San Francisco CA, with a connection to Winamac IN noted in obituary, 27 Nov 1895 The San Francisco Call. His service also noted in obituary of his mother (b.c.1810, Newmarket on Fergus) Catherine O'Connell, 1 Sep 1891 The Morning Call (San Francisco), with connections noted to Winamac IN and New Haven CT.

O'CONNOR, John
Age 17, enlisted Boscobell, Wisconsin, 1861 12th WI Inf, promoted to 1st Sergeant, marched with Sherman to the sea in Georgia, served to war's end. Post-war: married, resided Milwaukee WI, d. 1910. Biography of son's father-in-law G.S. Holt, p. 2631, A Standard History of Kansas and Kansans, by William E. Connelley (Chicago: Lewis Pub. Co., 1918).

O'CONNOR, Martin
Iowa Civil War Soldier Burial Records: b.c. 1835. Served in 23 Michigan Inf Co. I. d. 9 June 1895. Burial: Sixth Street Cemetery, Burlington IA.

O'CONNOR, Patrick
FHL Film 350334: age 26, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas 9 May 1850 2nd Art. Co. E, last seen 17 Nov 1860. 5'5” brown hair, gray eyes, fair complexion.

O DAY, Dennis
Enlisted 14 Aug 1862 at Algonquin IL (McHenry Co.) a single farmer age 27 residing Algonquin, into 95 IL Inf Co. I. Source: Illinois State muster database.

O'DAY, Michael
FHL Film 350334: age 24, enlisted Cleveland, Ohio 7 Dec 1861 12th Inf Co. E, re-enlisted 1864 Huntsville, Alabama. 5'5” brown hair, blue eyes, florid complexion.

O'DEA, Patrick
FHL Film 350334: age 21, enlisted Buffalo NY 15 May 1861 1st Art Co. I, re-enlisted 1864 Fort Independence, Mass. 5'8-1/4” brown hair, gray eyes, fair complexion.

O'DELL ?
FHL Film 350334: age 30, enlisted NYC 1862 1st Cav Co. E, d. (disease) 2 Jul 1865 Carlisle, Pennsylvania. 6'1'2”

O'DONNELD, Patrick
FHL Film 350334: age 34, enlisted Fort Union, Minnesota 17 Jul 1863 3rd Inf Co. F, last seen Oct 1864, trial by court martial 1866. 5'9-1/2” brown hair, hazel eyes, fair complexion.

O'DONNELL, Michael
NY Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: b.c. 1838, enlisted Oakfield NY 30 Aug 1862, 21s t Independent Battery Light Artillery, transferred to Co. M; index has no pension.

O'FLAHERTY, John
NY Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: b.c. 1840, enlisted Brooklyn NY 7 Dec 1863,\ 84th Inf ; index has no pension.

O'GORMAN, Timothy
age 29 (b.c.1833), stonecutter. Enlisted Grasshopper Falls, Kansas 2 Sp 1861 11th KS Cav Co. I. Kansas, Civil War Enlistment Papers (Ancestry.com).

O'HALLORAN, James
FHL Film 350334: age 19, clerk. Enlisted NYC 28 Feb 1862 2nd Art Co. M, discharged Nov 1862 Waterloo, Virginia (Iowa ?). 5'9” light hair, blue eyes, ruddy complexion.

O'HALLORAN, Peter
FHL Film 350334: age 28, baker. Enlisted NYC 4 Feb 1860 1st Art Co. F, re-enlisted 1864 New Orleans, Louisiana. 5'6” dark hair, hazel eyes, fair complexion.

O'HARA, Dennis
NY Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: age 39 (b.c. 1823), enlisted NYC 2 Oct 1862 174th Inf; index has no pension.

O'HARA, James
FHL Film 350334: age 27, enlisted New Creek, Virginia 24 Dec 1862 11th Inf Co. D, d. in battle 2 Jul 1863 Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. 5'8” brown hair, blue eyes, fair complexion.

O'HARE, James
b. 1836, served in 1st U.S. Cavalry Co. K. Had arrived U.S. 1854, filed for citizenship 6 Oct 1866 Erie Co., Penn. Source: Erie County, Pennsylvania Naturalizations, 1825–1906, by Erie Society for Genealogical Research, c. 1983.

O'HERAN, Edward
FHL Film 350334: age 21, teamster. Enlisted Boston, Mass. 17 Apr 1861 2nd Inf Co. C, discharged Apr 1864 Washington, D.C. 5'4-1/2” brown hair, dark eyes, ruddy complexion.

O'KANE, Daniel
FHL Film 350334: age 41 b. “Kilries,” enlisted Camp Floyd 1 Feb 1860 7th Inf Co. F, re-enlisted 1864 Fort Schuyler NY. 5'3” brown hair, blue eyes, fair complexion.

O'KEEFFE, Patrick
FHL Film 350334: age 24, enlisted NYC 28 Jul 1860 6th Inf Co. B, d. in battle 14 Dec 1862 Fredericksburg, Virginia. 5'8-1/2” brown hair, blue eyes, florid complexion.

O'LOUGHLIN, Peter
FHL Film 350334: age 26, enlisted Cornwall NY 1 Jul 1859 Dragoons, re-enlisted 1864 West Point NY. 5' 1-2” brown hair, gray eyes, ruddy complexion.

O'MARA, Patrick
FHL Film 350334: age 21, enlisted Boston, Mass 29 Dec 1859 2nd Art., discharged Aug 1864 Washington, D.C. 5'8” brown hair, blue eyes, ruddy complexion.

O'NEIL, John
FHL Film 350334: age 28, enlisted NYC 30 Dec 1862 16th Inf, last seen 30 Jan 1863 Fort Ontario NY. 5'8” brown hair, blue eyes, fair complexion.

O'NEILL, John
FHL Film 350334: age 21, stone cutter. Enlisted NYC 5 Jul 1861 1st Art. Co. I; discharged Jul 1864 Lighthouse Point, Virginia. 5'5” brown hair, brown eyes, florid complexion.

O'NEIL, Patrick H.
b. 1847. Enlisted age 15 (listed as 18) NYC Aug 1861 in 66 NY Inf., Co. H. Promoted to corporal and captured at Chancellorsville VA May 1863, paroled and continued in his unit. Re-enlisted Dec 1863, made captain Apr 1863, captured Aug 1863 Reams Station VA, paroled Mar 1865, mustered out Apr 1865. Post-war, was a blacksmith, a NYC banker, several local government positions in NJ including mayor and superintendent of soldiers’ burials in Hudson County NJ. Sources: New York State Military Museum unit roster; The National Tribune (Washington, D.C.) 23 May 1907, p.6

O'SULLIVAN, Daniel F.
NY Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: age 34 (b.c. 1828), enlisted NYC 2 Oct 1862 174th Inf; index has no pension.

PARKINSON, Robert H.
FHL Film 350334: age 22, bootmaker. Enlisted Boston, Mass. 14 Jan 1861 1st Art Co. B, discharged Jan 1864 South Carolina. 5'8” brown hair, dark eyes, ruddy complexion.

PEAKE, James M.
FHL Film 350334: age 28, enlisted St. Louis, Missouri 2 Mar 1859 1st Cav & 23 Inf, discharged for disability Oct 1873 Omaha, Kansas. 5'5” brown hair, hazel eyes, ruddy complexion.

PEPPER, Edward
FHL Film 350334: age 30, enlisted Columbus, Ohio 12 Sep 1861 18th Inf Co. B, discharged for disability Apr 1863 Nashville, Tennessee. 5'7” black hair, blue eyes, ruddy complexion.

PEPPER, Patrick
Mustered in 2 Sep 1862 at Dixon, Illinois, a single farmer age 24 residing Wheaton, into 105 IL Inf Co. I. Source: Illinois State muster database.

PEPPER, Thomas
FHL Film 350334: enlisted Vancouver, Washington 22 Dec 1859 3rd & 4th Art., re-enlisted as a sergeant major 1864 Fort Washington, Maryland. 5'10-1/2” brown hair, gray eyes, fair complexion.

POMPHREY, James W.
NY Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: b.c. 1833, enlisted 14 Mar 1864, 51st Inf Co. H; last seen Apr 1864 near Alexandria, Virginia.

POWELL, Michael
FHL Film 350334: age 30?, enlisted Kansas 18 Dec 1859 musician (fifer) 2nd Art. Co. H, re-enlisted 1864 Fort Barrancas, Florida. 5'4” brown hair, blue eyes, ruddy complexion.

PURCELL, John
Enlisted 28 May, 1861, a laborer age 22 residing Union County, Illinois, into 18 IL Inf Co. I; transferred 2 Aug 1861 to 2 IL Light Art Co. E. Source: Illinois State muster database.

PYNE, John
FHL Film 350334: age 18, tailor. Enlisted Rochester NY 21 Aug 1861 3rd Inf Co. I, d. (battle wounds) 28 Jul 1863 after Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. 5'4-1/2” brown hair, gray eyes, sallow complexion.

QUILLY/Queally, Dennis
U.S. National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1866-1938: b.c. 1821, enlisted Boston, Massachusetts 20 Nov 1861 30th MA Inf Co. E. Admitted 1885 to National Home, Dayton OH. Wife: Mary Ann, Observatory Road, Cincinnati OH. Veteran d. 17 Nov 1906.

QUINN, Austin
NY Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: age 33 (b.c. 1832). Living near Mulberry St (lower Manhattan), enlisted NYC 21 Mar 1865 69th Inf Co. C; index has no pension.

RAIDY, John
NY Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: age 21 (b.c. 1842), enlisted Elmira NY 10 Dec 1863 15th Cav Co. M; last not seen at his post [no date provided].

RATCHFORD/Rochford, Michael
FHL Film 350334: age 24, farmer. Enlisted Watertown NY 8th Inf Co.D, discharged for disability Oct 1862 Washington, D.C. 5'5” black hair, gray eyes, fair complexion.

READING, John
FHL Film 350334: age 27, enlisted NYC 3rd Art Co. C, “dropped” Apr 1866 “place unknown.” 5'4-1/2” brown hair, gray eyes, ruddy complexion.REIDY, Patrick
Served in 12th NY Inf Co. C.; wounded & discharged after Bull Run battle. Father: Maurice Reidy, Killadysert. Had arrived U.S. 1847; with brothers John & Simon in Onondaga Co. NY. Post-war: Patrick moved to Iowa. p.149 Pioneer Irish of Onondaga, by Theresa Bannan (NY: G.P. Putnam, 1911).

READY, John
b. 5 Oct 1831. Served in 93rd IL Inf., Co. E, until war's end. Returned to his former residence,
Tiskilwa IL, where he had driven a hack, a car service he bought in 1867 and operated until 1890.
Had immigrated age 12 with his parents and married 1857 in Corning NY, soon after arriving in Bureau County IL. Died March 16th (pneumonia), survived by one son William G. Obituary with photo, 22 Mar 1901 Bureau County Tribune.

REDDAN, John
NY Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: age 18 (b.c. 1844), enlisted NYC 30 Sep 1862 174th Inf Co. B; index has no pension.

REYNOLDS, Murty
FHL Film 350334: age 27, shoemaker. Enlisted 26 Oct 1862 5th Art Co. D, discharged Mary 1865 Washington, D.C. 5'6-1/2” dark hair, blue eyes, dark complexion.

RIGNEY, William
FHL Film 350334: age 29, teamster. Enlisted Vancouver, Washington 3rd Art Co. C; discharged for disability Nov 1862 Washington, D.C. 5'5-3/4” brown hair, brown eyes, ruddy complexion.

ROACH, John
NY Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: b.c. 1826, enlisted Hinsdale NY 17 Sep 1861 85th Inf Co. K?

ROACH, Michael
FHL Film 350334: age 35, enlisted San Francisco, California 8 Feb 1863 9th Inf Cos. B & K; discharged Feb 1865 California. 5'5-1/2” black hair, gray eyes, dark complexion.

RODGERS, John
FHL Film 350334: age 28, enlisted Providence, Rhode Island 15 Jul 186114th Inf Co. I; last seen Oct 1862, released from service by Act of Congress Aug 1890. 5'6” brown hair, blue yes, fair complexion.

RODGERS, John C.
b.c. 1844. Served in 5th Cav; wounded in Shenandoah campaign, loss of one arm. Post-war: long career as contractor of large-scale public works, including Lachine Canal (Montreal, Canada) and Croton Aqueduct (NY). d. New Rochelle NY. Obituary, 7 July 1919 The Sun (NYC)
FHL Film 350334: John Rodgers, age 21, farmer. Enlisted NYC 11 Jun 1862 5th Cav Co. H, discharged for disability Jun 1865 Carlisle, Pennsylvania. 5'5” dark hair, blue eyes, ruddy complexion.

ROGERS, John
Iowa Civil War Soldier Burial Records: b.c. 1842, enlisted 20 Aug 1862 26th IA Inf Co. G; mustered out 6 June 1865. Wife: Ann McManus (1836 – 1891). d. 18 Apr 1917, Soldiers Home, Marshalltown IA. Burial: St. John's Cemetery, Emmetsburg IA.

ROHAN, John
Enlisted as a painter age 20 residing Chicago, Illinois, into 23 IL Inf Co. G; left service 1 Jun 1862 at Camp Douglas IL. Source: Illinois State muster database.

ROHAN, John H.
b. 24 Jun 1839. Enlisted July, 1862 116th NY Inf. Co. D, promoted to captain in Co. G, wounded in 2 battles, served to war's end. Had arrived U.S. 1845 with parents John and Bridget (Costello) Rowan and two other children. Residences: Burlington VT, Milwaukee WI, Buffalo NY, Chicago IL, Fort Wayne IN. Died 1906. Federal pension records: invalid app. 1191119, certif. 10255548; widow's app. 893921 (Thresa M.A. Rohan), certif. 667410 Sources: p. 1198, History Of The Catholic Church In Indiana, vol. II (Logansport IN: Bowen Co., 1898); pp. 119-120,Valley of the Upper Maumee River, by Robert S. Robertson (Madison WI: Browe & Fuller, 1889); Biography of son William Rohan, pp. 486-87, The Pictorial History of Fort Wayne, Indiana , by Bert Joseph Griswold, Mrs. Samuel R. Taylor (Chicago: Robert O. Law Co.,1917).

ROLAND, Thomas
FHL Film 350334: age 21, enlisted Providence, Rhode Island 22 Jul 1861 4th Inf, re-enlisted 1863 Fort Trumbull, Connecticut. 5'9” brown hair, gray eyes, fair complexion.

ROWAN, Michael
b. 1843. As a resident of Chautauqua Co. NY., enlisted 49th NY Inf., re-enlisted in the 90th NY Inf. Had arrived U.S. 1851. Post-war: Crawford Co., Wisconsin as of 1869, later married. p. 710, History of Crawford and Richland Counties, Wisconsin, by C.W. Butterfield (Springield, Ill.: Union Pub. Co., 1884)

RUDDEN, John
FHL Film 350334: age 18, shoemaker. Enlisted Baton Rouge, Louisiana 2nd Art. Co. C, last seen Aug 1863. 5'8” brown hair, blue eyes, light complexion.

RUSSELL, John
FHL Film 350334: age 26, enlisted NYC 4 Aug 1859 4th Art Co. H, discharged Jan 1863 convalescent camp. Sandy hair, gray eyes, fair complexion.

RUSSELL, Michael
FHL Film 350334: age 22, enlisted NYC 25 Mar 1861 4th Art Co. F, last seen Sep 1862. 5'7-3/4” dark hair, gray eyes, ruddy complexion.

RUSSELL, Thomas
NY Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: age 40 (b.c. 1824), enlisted Ithaca NY 5 June 1864, (perhaps by transfer) 15th Cav. Federal pension record: for service in 15th Cav Co. F, widow's app. 320.812, certif. 299.026 (1884).

RUTHERFORD, William
FHL Film 350334: age 31, enlisted Newport News, Virginia 1861 , discharged as ordnance sergeant Jan 1864 Yorktown, Virginia. 5'6-1/2” auburn hair, hazel eyes, ruddy complexion.

RYAN, ___
FHL Film 350334: age 23, enlisted 2nd Inf Co. A, discharged for disability Jan 1863 Falmouth, Virginia. 6' brown hair, blue eyes, fair complexion.

RYAN, Cornelius
FHL Film 350334: age 21, farmer. Enlisted Rochester NY 1861 3rd Inf Cos. C & D, discharged Jul 1864 Fort Hamilton, Maryland. 5'6-1/2” brown hair, gray eyes, fair complexion.

RYAN, James F.
b. 3 May, 1824. Organized a company for Civil War service, made captain upon its inclusion in 65 Pennsylvania Inf, Co. I. Wounded repeatedly in battle but not hospitalized. Upon demise of superior officers in battle, promoted to major. Mustered out Apr 1864. Had immigrated with parents in 1825, initially at Pottsville (near Philadelphia) and later at Pittsburgh. Married 1853, lived McKeesport.
Sources: Martial Deeds of Pennsylvania, p.758, by Samuel P. Bates (Philadelphia: T.H. Davis & Co., 1876); unit & ranks confirmed in federal NPS Soldiers and Sailors database.

RYAN, John
Enlisted age 53 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Sep 1861 into 73 Penn. Inf, Co. D, as a private. Discharged Mar 1862. Ancestry.com database Civil War Draft Registrations Records has an imaged page showing John Ryan age 54 b. Co. Clare, in 19 Penn Inf. Service in 73 Penn Inf confirmed in federal NPS Soldier and Sailors database under spelling Rine, Companies I & D.

RYAN, Michael
FHL Film 350334: age 26, enlisted Katcho Ranch, New Mexico 28 Jul 1860 8th Inf Co. E, re-enlisted 1864 Petersburg, Virginia. 5'5-3/4” brown hair, brown eyes, ruddy complexion.

SAGE, William
b. 29 June 1839 Broadford (E. Clare), served in 1st Mich. Lt. Art Co. E. Had arrived c. 1847 Montreal, Canada to join father already in U.S., resided Cayuga Co. NY, married, moved 1859 to Michigan, 2nd marriage when widowed, d. 1912 Paw Paw MI as a county pioneer, 5 adult children in WV, WI, MI. Obituary, 15 Nov 1912 The True Northerner p. 4. [Marriage record 1891 lists parents as Patrick Sage, Catherine Ryan.]


SARRFIELD/Sarsfield, Michael
NY Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: b.c. 1831, enlisted Elmira NY 1863 50th Engineers, mustered out of service 1863. Federal pension record: surname is Sarsfield, invalid app. 786.186, certif. 624.700 (1890); veteran died 7 Sep 1908.

SCANLAN, Patrick
FHL Film 350334: age 29, enlisted Kennebec, Maine 17 Sep 1860 5th Cav Co. G, discharged Sep 1865 Cumberland, Maryland. 5'8-1/2” light hair, blue eyes, fair complexion.SCANLAN, Richard FHL Film 350334: age 21, mason. Enlisted Columbus, Ohio 23 Dec 1862 3rd Art. Co. C, discharged Mar 1864 Stevensburg, Virginia. 5'6-1/2” brown hair, gray eyes, ruddy complexion.

SCANLON, David
FHL Film 350334: age 28, enlisted San Francisco, California 27 Jul 1860 3rd Art. Co. A, discharged Jul 1865 Albuquerque, New Mexico. 5'6-1/2” sandy hair, blue eyes, ruddy complexion.

SCANLON, Michael
b.c.1827 “New Key” (likely Quay). Major* in 9th Massachusetts Inf. Had immigrated 1841; was a Fenian leader. Obituary, 12 May 1877 The New York Clipper. *Fold 3 imaged records: Co. A, age 39, joined at Boston 11 Jun 1861, wounded in action (right forearm) as a Co. B captain 27 Jun 1862 Gaines Mills, resigned from service Oct 1862.

SCANLON, Michael
Enlisted as a First Lieutenant in 9th Massachusetts Inf., promoted to Captain, served in Companies A & B (confirmed in NPS.gov Soldiers and Sailors database). Obituary 12 May 1877 The New York Clipper: gives rank as a major and states he was a leader in the first Fenian (post-war) invasion, dying 30 Apr 1877 in Boston, after first immigrating in 1841, born New Key (likely New Quay), Clare.

SCANLON, Patrick
“ Final Statements, 1862 - 1899” Ancestry.com database: age 26 ([b.c. 1834), enlisted Albuquerque, New Mexico 1860 3rd U.S. Cav; killed 21 Feb 1861 Val Verdi, New Mexico battle. 5'8” light hair, blue eyes, fair complexion. FHL Film 350334: Patrick Scanlon, age 26, enlisted Albuquerque, New Mexico 25 Aug 1860 Rifles Co. I, d. battle of Val Verde Feb 1862. 5'8” light hair, blue eyes, fair complexion.

SEXTON, John
Enlisted 15 Aug 1862 at Belvidere, Illinois, a single farmer age 23 residing Belvidere, into 95 IL Inf Co. B; died 26 Jun 1865 of illness at Memphis, Tennessee. Source: Illinois State muster database..

SHANNON, Peter
FHL Film 350334: age 22, enlisted St. Louis, Missouri 18 Feb 1861 5th Art. Co. D, last seen Aug 1862. 5'5-1/4” brown hair, hazel eyes, ruddy complexion.

SHANNON, Thomas
Enlisted 19 Apr 1861 at Sandwich, Illinois, a single shoemaker age 24, into 10 IL Inf Co. C. The record states birth at “Kildedy, Clare” perhaps Kilkeedy. Mustered out 29 Jul 1861. Source: Illinois State muster database.

SHEEHAN, Thomas
Enlisted 15 Jul 1861 at Springfield, Illinois, a cooper age 20 residing Rochester IL, into 38 IL Inf Co. A. Mustered out 2 May 1865 at Springfield IL. Source: Illinois State muster database.

SHEEHAN, Timothy
b.1835. Colonel* with service (4th Minnesota Inf., later 5th Minn Co. C) during Indian attacks of 1862 and as of 28 Aug 1862 in the Civil War . Had immigrated in youth, living Glens Falls NY and Dixon IL before arriving 1857 near Albert Lea, Minnesota. Post-war, served in law enforcement and as Indian reservation officer. Survived by 3 named sons. Obituary, 19 Jul 1913 The Irish Standard (Minneapolis)
*Fold 3 has records for Timothy J Sheehan as a corporal 4th Inf Co. F and 1st lieutenant in 5th Inf Co. C.

SHEEHY, Michael
b. 29 Nov 1837. Sergeant, first served a term of 3 months in 21st Ohio Inf., re-enlisted 1st Michigan Cav Co. Co. E (21 Aug 1871, re-enlisted same unit 21 Dec 1863 while stationed Stevensburg VA), mustered out 23 Dec 1863. Post-war, he served with Gen. Custer and mustered out again 20 Mar 1866. Had immigrated age 5 with his family, to Michigan for a lifetime of farming. Married April, 1866, a total of 10 children, all surviving him and named. Obituary, 11 Jul 1918 The Yale Expositor (Michigan)

SHEHAN, Martin
FHL Film 350334: age 21, blacksmith. Enlisted Louisville, Kentucky 13 Sep 1860 2nd Cav Co. G, discharged Sep 1865 Cumberland, Maryland. 5'6-1/2” brown hair, blue eyes, light complexion.

SMITH, Bernard
Enlisted 17 Feb 1862 at Barry, Illinois (Pike Co.), a single farmer age 22 residing Barry, into 28 IL Inf Co. G. Source: Illinois State muster database.

SMITH, George
FHL Film 350334: age 24, stage driver. Enlisted Baltimore, Maryland 20 Jul 1860 2nd Cav Co. H, last seen Mar 1861. 5'8” brown hair, blue eyes, fair complexion.

STACK, William
FHL Film 350344: age 22, blacksmith b. Ennis. Enlisted Cleveland, Ohio 15 Jan 1861 1st Inf Co. D, discharged for disability Sep 1862 Providence, Rhode Island. 5'9” brown hair, gray eyes, light complexion.

SULLIVAN, Francis
FHL Film 350334: age 24, enlisted Washington, D.C. “general service”, discharged 1863. 5'7-1/2” light hair, gray eyes, ruddy complexion.

SULLIVAN, John
FHL Film 350334: age 26, enlisted Camp Floyd 13 Jun 1860 10th Inf Co. I, missing in action during Battle of the Wilderness, Virginia May 1864 [thus presumed dead].

TALTY, Cornelius
Enlisted 1 Mar 1862 at Chicago, Illinois, a laborer age 18 residing Chicago, into 23 IL Inf Co. A. Re-enlisted in Co. A on 8 Mar 1864 while serving in Virginia and mustered out 24 Jul 1864 at Richmond VA. Source: Illinois State muster database. See this soldier's apparent records in National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers database: Cornelius Talty b. 1844, resident 1880 Milwaukee WI; also see 5 Jun 1895 Cook Co. IL marriage to Mary Shine; 1900 IL Cook Co., Lemont, Cornelius age 56, immigrated 1859, with wife Mary age 47; 1916 federal military pension; died 20 Sep 1932, burial St. Patrick's Cemetery, DuPage IL (FindaGrave).

TALTY, Hugh
Enlisted 16 Dec 1861 as a laborer age 21 residing Lemont, Illinois, into 9 IL Cav Co. K; transferred as surname Tally 22 Feb 1962 into 23 IL Inf Co. B; left service 7 Jun 1862. Source: Illinois State muster database. This soldier's apparent records: surname Tulty on NYC ship arrival 9 Jan 1850 from Liverpool port; 1856 naturalization, Northern District of IL, as a resident of Mount Pleasant, Iowa; 3 Nov 1857 marriage Dubuque IA to Mary Kelly; 1895 census, Dubuque IA, Hugh age 60, Mary 50, 2 children at home (one b. 1863 already married, Mrs. Lewis Smith of IL).

TIERNEY, Michael
FHL Film 350334: age 25, enlisted Buffalo NY 2 Sep 1863 2nd Art Cos. C & F, discharged Sep 1868 Fort Vancouver, Washington. 5'5-3/4” brown hair, gray eyes, fair complexion.

TOBIN, John
b. 1839, parents: James Tobin, Helen Nash. Enlisted 1864 5th VT Inf Co. D, served through 1865. Had arrived Richmond, Vermont with father only; married in 1860. Post-war: bought a series of farms until wife died 1914 Jericho CT, buried Richmond. pp. 639-40, The History of Jericho, Vermont, ed. Chauncey H. Hayden et al. (Burlington, Vt.: Free Press, 1916).

TOBIN, Michael
Enlisted 28 May 1861 at Anna, Illinois, a single laborer age 32 residing Cairo IL, into 18 IL Inf Co. E. Killed 6 Apr 1862 in Battle of Pittsburg Landing. Source: Illinois State muster database.

TWOHEY/Tuohey, Michael
Birth year not known, father: Daniel, mother: Mary Noonan. Enlisted 124th NY Inf Co. G. Posst-war: resided in Ohio. Biography of brother Patrick Tuohey, pp. 787-88, Commemorative Biographical Record of Ulster County, New York (Chicago: J.H. Beers, 1896).

TUOHEY/TWOHEY, Patrick
Age 19, b. 11 Aug 1842, father: Daniel, mother: Mary Noonan. Enlisted Washingtonville NY 1862 124th NY Inf Co. G, wounded in two Virginia battles. Post-war: recruited a company of men for the 1866 Fenian campaign in Canada, married, resided in Ulster Co. NY. pp. 787-88, Commemorative Biographical Record of Ulster County, New York (Chicago: J.H. Beers, 1896).

TUOHEY, Thomas
(no birth date in collected documents). Mustered in Apr 1864 63rd NY Inf; promoted from lieutenant to captain or major; d. 30 May 1864 Brooklyn NY (at home) due to lung wound from Battle of the Wilderness, Virginia. Pension started Oct 1864 for widow Ann Donnellan Tuohy, married 13 Jan 1863 Brooklyn church of SS Peter & Paul, after dispensation by Bishop Loughlin listing Tuohy's Clare birth to parents Patrick Tuohy & Bridget Hill. No children. Sources: Bishop Loughlin's Dispensations, Diocese of Brooklyn,Vol I, by Joseph N. Silinonte (NY: Silinonte, 1996); NYC marriage certificate; Federal pension record.

TUOHY, Thomas
FHL Film 350334: age 22, enlisted S. Louis, Missouri 30 May 1861 “general service,” last seen May 1861. 5'4-1/2” brown hair, blue eyes, ruddy complexion.

VERNON, Charles
FHL Film 350334: age 28, cook. Enlisted Boston, Mass. 1 Nov 1861 6th Inf Co. F, discharged Sep 1862 Sharpsburg, Maryland. Brown hair, blue eyes, fair complexion.WALLACE, Thomas FHL Film 350334: age 21, enlisted Harpers Ferry, Virginia 21 Feb 1860 9th Inf Co. I, discharged Feb 1863 San Francisco, California. 5'6” dark hair, gray eyes, fair complexion.WALSH, Michael New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: age 23 (b.c. 1839), enlisted 1 Sep 1862 162nd Inf; index has no pension
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WALSH, Patrick
NY Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900: b.c. 1838, enlisted NYC 12 Sep 1862 170th Inf . Federal pension record: for service in 170th Inf. Co. G, invalid app. 190.907, certif. 131.126; widow's app. 242.069, certif. 186.851.

WALSH, Patrick M.
b.c. 1831 Ennis. Served in 63rd NY Inf. Co.A. Post-war: resided San Francisco, California. Brothers John & Michael deceased. Obituary, 11 Ap 1895 The San Francisco Call.

WATERS, Patrick
FHL Film 350334: age 21, enlisted NYC 6 Nov 1860 6th Inf Co. I, discharged Nov 1865 New Orleans, Louisiana. 5'10-1/2” brown hair, blue eyes, ruddy complexion.

WELCH, James
b.c.1830, enlisted 73rd Ohio Inf Co. E, served to war's end, received pension based on battle injuries. Had arrived U.S. 1852/53, lived in Circleville OH. d. 16/17 Aug 1913 in National Home, Dayton OH. Burial: St. Joseph's Cemetery, Circleville. Obituary, 24 Aug 1913, The Union Herald (Circleville OH) (courtesy of descendant K. Conor Welch)  

WHELAN, Dennis
FHL Film 350334: age 38, enlisted San Francisco, California 10 Jul 1861 3rd Art Co. I?, discharged Feb 1864 California. 5'11” black hair, gray eyes, fair complexion.

WHELAN, Thomas
Enlisted as a farmer age 33 residing Chicago, Illinois, into 23 IL Inf Co. H; left service 3 May 1862.
Source: Illinois State muster database.

WICKS, James
Enlisted 10 Aug 1861 at Oswego, Illinois, a laborer age 23 residing Oswego, into 36 IL Inf Co. I. Re-enlisted 1 Jan 1864 while serving in Tennessee and mustered out 8 Oct 1865 at New Orleans.

YOUNG, Daniel C.
FHL Film 350334: age 27 farmer, enlisted Washington, D.C. Nov 1862 4th Inf Cos. A & F, last seen Aug 1863. 5'6-1/2” light hair, blue eyes, light complexion.
Total: 381 soldiers


 
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