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Soldiers & Their Descendants

Caleb ADCOCK (Civil War)
James Jefferson ADCOCK (Civil War)
William Anderson ADCOCK (Civil War)
William Edward ADCOCK (Civil War)
Eric Adcock
Carolynn Bettis
Gloria Frazier
William ARNDT (Civil War)
Robert L. Arndt
Almon H. BARNES (Civil War)
Asaph H. BARNES (Civil War)
Joseph H. BARNES (Civil War)
Loretta Beeuwsaert
Michael Berry CLEVENGER (Civil War)
1829 - 1864
Company E, 122 Illinois Infantry
Gary N. Corder
Gary's son Michael G. Corder
Gary's 2nd cousin Shawn Corder
Thomas J. GALBREATH (Civil War)
William Patrick Galbreth
William Dwight GRAHAM (Civil War)
Christine Ross
Lee H Waters
James Monroe HAYS (Civil War)
Eric Adcock
Carolynn Bettis
Gloria Frazier
Harrison HODGES (Civil War)
Richard Orand Cheek
Capt George HUNTER (Civil War)
Christine Ross
Lee H Waters
Thomas JOINER (Mexican-American War)
Marcia Weese
Kent Pulliam
George LAIR (Civil War)
Dorothy Ballenger
James Miller LAIR (Civil War)
Linda R. F. Arnold
George Levi PALMER (Civil War)
Nilwood, Illinois
Company K, 7th Illinois Infantry
Jack Cox
Charles Stoddard PATCHEN (Civil War)
Sgt., Company A, 122 Illinois Infantry
Buried Carlinville City Cemetery
Father of Edward Willson Patchen.
Grandfather of Phyllis Wood Patchen, who married Marion Brodsky.
Maternal great-grandfather of sisters Janice A. Winzinger and Kristin E. Cooper.
E. C. (Elijah Cole) PULLIAM (Mexican-American War)
Marcia Weese
Kent Pulliam
Edmund RICHARDS (Civil War) (1829) TN, Company E, 122nd Illinois Infantry
Jonathan R. RICHARDS (Civil War) (1838) IL, Company E, 122nd Illinois Infantry
John W. RICHARDS (Civil War) (1845) IL, Company E, 122nd Illinois Infantry
Lankston W. RICHARDS (Civil War) (1843) IL, Company B, 5th Illinois Cavalry 13 Aug 1862, 10 Mar 1864, Mustered Out 27 Oct 1865.
Alfred P. RICHARDS (Civil War) (1846) IL, Company A, 32nd Illinois infantry
Harold Richards
Gen. John Irving RINAKER (Civil War)
Carolyn Sue Roman Leach
John M. RUE (Civil War)
Maureen Smith
Sylvanus SEAMAN (Mexican-American War)
Marilyn Galvan
Mary Lusk
Henry H. & John SHARP (Mexican-American War), brothers, sons of William SHARP
"My great great grandfather, Henry Hunter Sharp, was a soldier in the Mexican War in 1846 - 1847. He and his brother, John Sharp, at the time, resided in Macoupin county near Scottville. Both served in the 1st Illinois regiment, Company “G”. The 1st Illinois regiment was under the command of Col. John Hardin from Jacksonville, Illinois. Company “G” was under the command of Capt. John Wyatt, who was from Franklin, Illinois. John Wyatt & Co. “G” survived the battle of Buena Vista, returning home in 1847. Col. Hardin was killed in this fierce battle. Henry H. Sharp and brother John Sharp enlisted at Franklin, Illinois, mustered in at Alton in June of 1846. Both were mustered out at Camargo, Mexico in 1847 & returned to Macoupin county. Eventually moved & settled in Christian county, Illinois (1864)." Stan Jacobs
Stan Jacobs
Enoch STEWART (Civil War)
(1840) IL, Company E, 122nd Illinois Infantry
Harold Richards
Wm Riley TOSH (Civil War)
(incorrect - Wm A. TOSH)
Linda R. F. Arnold
William WEISE (Civil War)
Company G, 14th Illinois Infantry
Libby Naderhoff
Peter WIEGAND (Civil War)
Ed Wie

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