Manitowoc Soldiers & Sailors
Regimental Reunion Roster, 1880
by Wisconsin Soldiers Reunion Association, Published in 1880

Soldiers buried in Evergreen and Calvary Cemetery

SECOND INFANTRY

(Second Infantry, 3 years, organized June 11, 1861. Original strength: h, 1051; gain by
recruits, etc., 215; total, 1266. Death loss, 261 - killed in action, 48; died of wounds, 60;
of disease, 53. Other losses, 818 - missing, 6; desertions, 65; transfers, 134; discharged,
466. Strength at muster out, July 2nd, 1864, 348. Campaigns in Virginia, with the old "Iron
Brigade".)

2nd Infantry Company F
	Sanford, Henry   Manitowoc

2nd Infantry Company K
	Esslinger, C. G. (Lt.) Manitowoc

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THIRD INFANTRY

(Third Infantry, three years. Organized June 29, 1861. Original strength, 979; gain by
recruits, etc., 1177; total, 2156; death loss, 247 - killed in action, 97; died of wounds, 52;
of disease, 98. Other losses 1346 - missing, 5; desertion, 51; transfer, 98; discharged, 945.
Strength at muster out, July 18, 1865, 810. Campaigns in Virginia, Georgia, North and South
Carolina.)

3rd Infantry Company E
	Myer, Peter  Manitowoc Rapids

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FIFTH INFANTRY

(Fifth Infantry, three years, organized July 13th, 1861. Original strength, 1058; gain by
recruits, etc., 1198. Total, 2256. Death loss, 285 - Killed in action, 98; died of wounds, 71;
of disease, 116. Other losses, 547 - missing, 4; desertion, 105; transfer, 33; discharged, 405.
Strength at muster out, June 20, and July 11, 1865, 1424. Campaigns in Virginia, from Yorktown
to appomattox Court House.)

5th Infantry Company A
	Anderson, J. L. (attorney)  Manitowoc
	Cadwell, Anthony  Manitowoc
	Stirn, Frank  Manitowoc
	Schlindler, Edward  Manitowoc

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SIXTH INFANTRY

(Sixth Infantry, three years, organized July 16, 1861. Original strength, 1108, gain by
recruits, etc., 1035, Total, 2143. Death loss, 321 - killed in action, 163; died of wounds, 71;
of disease, 84; of accidents, 3. Other losses, 684 - missing, 7; desertions, 79; transfers, 75;
discharged, 513. Strength at muster out, July 14, 1865, 1148. Campaigns in Virginia with the
old "Iron Brigade".)

6th Infantry Unassigned
	Grupe, Ferdinand  Hika

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SEVENTH INFANTRY

(Seventh Infantry, three years, organized September 16, 1861. Original strength, 1029, gain by
recruits, etc., 903, Total, 1932. Death loss, 391 - killed in action, 172; died of wounds, 95;
of disease, 124. Other losses, 629 - missing, 6; desertions, 44; transfers, 106;
discharged, 473. Strength at muster out, July 32, 1865, 912. Campaigns in Virginia with the
old "Iron Brigade".){Note: it states on the microfiche as July 32, 1865, this is not a typo by
me.}

7th Infantry Company F
	McPhall +  Newton

7th Infantry Company K
	Kirsher, Wendell  Francis Creek

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NINTH INFANTRY

(Ninth Infantry, three years, organized October 26, 1861. Original strength, 870; gain by
recruits, etc., 552, Total, 1422. Death loss, 175 - killed in action, 51; died of wounds, 24;
of disease, 96; of accidents, 4. Other losses, 223 - missing, 0; desertions, 25; transfers, 7;
discharged, 191. by muster out, November 1, 1861-739. Strength at muster out, January 30,
1866, 285.Campaigns in Missouri, Kansas & Arkansas.)

9th Infantry Company A
	Brewery, Louis  Kiel
	Guthul, Louis  Kiel
	Voigt, Albert  Meeme

9th Infantry Company B
	Becker, Fred'k (Capt.)  Manitowoc
	Dunkee, A. F. (Capt.)  Manitowoc
	Guetzloe, Gisbert (Lt.) Manitowoc
	Koch, Hugo (Lt.)  Manitowoc
	Stole, H.    Two Rivers

9th Infantry Company D
	Fiedemann, Christian  Kiel

9th Infantry Company F
	Schmidt, Carl H. (Capt.) Manitowoc

9th Infantry Company G
	Schmidt, Chas. H. (Capt.) Manitowoc

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TWELFTH INFANTRY

(Twelfth Infantry, three years, organized October, 1861. Original strength, 1045, gain by
recruits, etc., 1141, Total, 2186. Death loss, 291 - killed in action, 59; died of wounds, 32;
of disease, 202. Other losses, 426 - missing, 0; desertions, 26; transfers, 64;
discharged, 336. Strength at muster out, July 16, 1865, 1466. Campaigns in Missouri, Kansas,
Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisana, Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina & North Carolina.)

12th Infantry Company D
	Jacket, Victor  Two Rivers

12th Infantry Company F
	Egan, Michael  Osman

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FORTEENTH INFANTRY

(Forteenth Infantry, three years, organized January 30, 1862. Original strength, 970, gain by
recruits, etc., 1212, Total, 2182. Death loss, 287 - killed in action, 61; died of wounds, 34;
of disease, 192. Other losses, 540 - missing, 13; desertions, 97; transfers, 23;
discharged, 407. Strength at muster out, October 9, 1865, 1355. Campaigns in Tennessee,
Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri, Alabama & Georgia.)

14th Infantry Company E
	Shove, Don A.  (Lt.) Manitowoc
	Day, B. B. (farmer) Larrabee
	Sonte, S. A. Two Rivers
	Staeller, Peter  Manitowoc
	Whitcomb, Joel  Manitowoc
	Williams, Jacob Manitowoc

14th Infantry Company I
	Rumpff, Frederick  Meeme
	Rickaby, Robt.   Cato

14th Infantry Unassigned
	McCart, Jno  Cato

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FIFTEENTH INFANTRY

(Fifteenth Infantry, three years, organized February 14, 1862. Original strength, 801, gain by
recruits, etc., 105, Total, 906. Death loss, 267 - killed in action, 49; died of wounds, 33;
of disease, 185. Other losses, 319 - missing, 22; desertions, 46; transfers, 47;
discharged, 204. Strength at muster out, February 13, 1865, 320. Campaigns in Kentucky,
Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama & Georgia.)

15th Infantry Company F
	Gustaveson, C. (Capt.)  Manitowoc

15th Infantry Unassigned
	Wickler, C. (farmer) Larrabee

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SEVENTEENTH INFANTRY

(Seventeenth Infantry, three years, organized March 15, 1862. Original strength, 941, gain by
recruits, etc., 1023, Total, 1964. Death loss, 221 - killed in action, 22; died of wounds, 15;
of disease, 178; of accidents, 6. Other losses, 642 - missing, 5; desertions, 157; transfers,
32; discharged, 448. Strength at muster out, July 14, 1865, 1101. Campaigns in Tennessee,
Mississippi, Louisiana, Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina & South Carolina.)

17th Infantry Company G
	Lafard, Frank Two Rivers
	Laford, Godfrey Two Rivers
	St. Peter, Frank Two Rivers

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TWENTIETH INFANTRY

(Twentieth Infantry, three years, organized August 23, 1862. Original strength, 990, gain by
recruits, etc., 139, Total, 1129. Death loss, 227 - killed in action, 57; died of wounds, 36;
of disease, 134. Other losses, 378 - missing, 0; desertions, 41; transfers, 115;
discharged, 222. Strength at muster out, July 14, 1865, 524. Campaigns in Missouri, Arkansas
Missouri, Louisana, Texas & Alabama.)

20th Infantry Company K
	Lahey, Thos Two Creeks

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TWENTY-FIRST INFANTRY

(Twenty-First Infantry, three years, organized September 5, 1862. Original strength, 1002,
gain by recruits, etc., 169, Total, 1171. Death loss, 288 - killed in action, 67; died of
wounds, 47; of disease. Other losses, 400 - missing, 0; desertions, 40; transfers, 99;
discharged, 261. Strength at muster out, July 8, 1865, 483. Campaigns in Kentucky, Tennessee,
Georgia, South Carolina & North Carolina.)

21st Infantry Company K
	Doolan, Jno  Manitowoc
	Reardon, J. F. (Police)  Manitowoc

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TWENTY-FOURTH INFANTRY

(Twenty-Fourth Infantry, three years, organized August 15, 1862. Original strength, 1003,
gain by recruits, etc., 74, Total, 1077. Death loss, 173 - killed in action, 61; died of
wounds, 35; of disease, 77. Other losses, 458 - missing, 0; desertions, 71; transfers, 138;
discharged, 289. Strength at muster out, June 10, 1865, 406. Campaigns in Kentucky, Tennessee,
Alabama & Georgia.)

24th Infantry Company C
	Gatherie, Bernhardt  Kiel
	Krieger, Ferdinand Kiel
	Kruger, Fred Kiel

24th Infantry Company H
	Mohrhusen, L. T. Manitowoc

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TWENTY-SIXTH INFANTRY

(Twenty-Sixth Infantry, three years, organized September 16, 1862. Original strength, 1002,
gain by recruits, etc., 87, Total, 1089. Death loss, 254 - killed in action, 128; died of
wounds, 56; of disease, 68; of accidents, 2. Other losses, 388 - missing, 0; desertions, 31;
transfers, 125; discharged, 232. Strength at muster out, June 13, 1865, 447. Campaigns in
Virginia, Pennsylvania, Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia, South Carolina & North Carolina.)

26th Infantry Company F
	Arndt, Gottfried  Hika
	Dietericks, Carl  Two Rivers

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TWENTY-SEVENTH INFANTRY

(Twenty-Seventh Infantry, three years, organized March 7, 1863. Original strength, 865, gain
by recruits, etc., 331, Total, 1196. Death loss, 248 - killed in action, 15; died of wounds, 8;
of disease, 222; of accidents, 3. Other losses, 363 - missing, 2; desertions, 56; transfers,
57; discharged, 248. Strength at muster out, August 29, 1865, 585.Campaigns in Kentucky,
Arkansas, Alabama & Louisiana.)

27th Infantry Company A
	Torrey, E. N. (carpenter) Larabee

27th Infantry Company C
	Fischer, Jno H. Two Rivers
	Petzold, C. J. Two Rivers

27th Infantry Company D
	Rankin, Jos. (Capt.)
	Burt, Geo (farmer) Larrabee
	Caya, Alfred Two Rivers Dec. 23-63 Died of disease on date
	Chaterton, Jno Larrabee
	Chase, E. (farmer) Larrabee
	Henike, Henry Two Rivers
	Hurst, Wm. Two Rivers
	Johnson, Ephraim (farmer) Mishicot
	Knudson, Ole (farmer) Larrabee
	King, Clifford (farmer) Cooperstown
	Leger, Edmond Cato Oct. 15-63  Died of disease on date
	Wagner, Michael (farmer) Larrabee
	Wood, Alex (merchant) Two Rivers

27th Infantry Company E
	Lahey, Jno Two Creeks

27th Infantry Company G
	Georke, Chas. Two Rivers

27th Infantry Company H
	Wilson, Geo (farmer) Mishicot
	Wilson, Chas (merchant) Mishicot

27th Infantry Company I
	Pierce, A. C. Manitowoc Rapids

27th Infantry Company K
	Cox, Jeremiah Manitowoc
	Classon, Andrew D. Manitowoc
	Elingbo, Helgo (farmer) Larrabee
	Hudson, Adolph Mishicot

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THIRTY-SECOND INFANTRY

(Thirty-Second Infantry, three years, organized September 25, 1862. Original strength, 993,
gain by recruits, etc., 481, Total, 1474. Death loss, 275 - killed in action, 17; died of
wounds, 10; of disease, 244; of accidents, 4. Other losses, 274 - missing, 0; desertions, 58;
transfers, 27; discharged, 189. Strength at muster out, July 12, 1865, 925. Campaigns in
Tennessee, Miss., Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina & South Carolina.)

32nd Infantry Company G
	Bedell, S. E. Manitowoc Rapids

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THIRTY-FIFTH INFANTRY

(Thirty-Fifth Infantry, three years, organized February 27, 1864. Original strength, 1066,
gain by recruits, etc., 2, Total, 1068. Death loss, 265 - killed in action, 1; died of wounds,
1; of disease, 250; of accidents, 4. Other losses, 208 - missing, 0; desertions, 29;
transfers, 11; discharged, 168. Strength at muster out, March 15, 1866, 615. Campaigns in
Louisiana, Arkansas, Alabama & Texas.)

35th Infantry Company A
	Sprang, Herman Two Rivers

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