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Adams County, Illinois
History & Genealogy

Source:
Fourth Biennial Report
of the
Board of Trustees and Officers,
of the
Illinois Soldiers' and Sailors' Home,
AT QUINCY
----------
July 30, 1892

Publ. Springfield, Ill.:
 B. W. Rokker, State Printer and Binder
1892

Pages:

64/65 66/67 68/69 70/71 72/73 74/75 76/77 78/79 80/81 82/83 84/85 86/87 88/89 90/91 92/93 94/95 96/97
98/99 100/101 102/103 104/105 106/107 108/109 110/111 112/113 114/115 116/117 118/119 120/121 122/123 124/125 126/127 128/129 130/131


ADMISSIONS
 

Date - 1887 Registry
No.
Name Co. Regiment County Remarks.
July 23 423 Edmund E. Page K 13th Illinois Infantry DuPage Chronic Diarrhea
23 424 Louis Korn C 46th Illinois Infantry Stephenson Rheumatism
23 425 Wm. Western F 58th Illinois Infantry
     Transferred to 2d Battalion V. R. C.
Adams Ing. hernia
25 426 Abial R. Thomas F
H
H
130th Illinois Infantry
77th Illinois Infantry
130th Illinois Infantry, re-established
Bond Hernia and piles
27 427 Wm. B. Lucas E 75th Illinois Infantry Lee Rheumatism
28 428 F. Reed B 14th Ohio Infantry Greene Chronic rheumatism
28 429 Alfred Wayne C 59th U. S. Colored Infantry Logan Chrnoic diarrhea, partial paralysis
28 430 Edwin N. Brown --- 2d Michigan Infantry Cook Effects of sun-smoke
29 431 John C. Maxwell I
B
78th Illinois Infantry
16th Illinois Infantry
McDonough Partial paralysis left side
29 432 Charles R. Welsh I

D
4th Illinois Cavalry
Gunboat Cairo
12th Illinois Cavalry
     Discharged September 17, 1887
Grundy Injury right thigh
29 433 Patrick H. Conn C
C
L
To D
12th Illinois Infantry
4th Kentucky Cavalry
5th Indiana Cavalry
6th Indiana Cavalry
     Discharged March 14, 1888
Rock Island Injury to breast
30 434 Crockett Goethe A 38th Illinois Infantry Monroe Traconia
30 435 Andrew Larson A
---
!5th Wisconsin Infantry
U. S. Steamer Vindicator
Cook Rheumatism
30 436 Lebreicht Thienne F 39th Ohio Infantry Adams Disease left leg
Aug. 1 437 Jacob Wizzard C 10th Illinois Cavalry
     Died March 17, 1888
Sangamon Hernia
1 438 Jerry Estell G 18th U. S. Infantry
     Discharged July 28, 1888
Jasper Gun-shot wound of head
1 439 John Sample E 139th Illinois Infantry Putnam Nervous prostration
1 440 Carl Scholl B 82d Illinois Infantry Peoria Rupture and varicose veins
1 441 Henry Garrett F
C
28th Illinois Infantry
148th Illinois Infantry
Tazewell Diarrhea
4 442 Wm. H. Fishel I & I 76th Pennsylvania Infantry
     Died December 28, 1887
Mercer Heart disease
2 443 Thos. B. Stockton K 33d Illinois Infantry Morgan Rheumatism
3 444 John Geo. Lingenbacheer D 74th Pennsylvania Infantry Woodford Rheumatism
4 445 Patrick Hartigan K 13th Illinois Infantry Will Double hernia
5 446 John M. Brown B 1st Hampshire Cavalry Macoupin Paralysis
5 447 Henry Varner C 27th Illinois Infantry Pike Effects malaria
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6 448 James Arnold C & C 52d Illinois Infantry DeKalb Rheumatism
9 449 Edward McCarthy A 90th Illinois Infantry Lake Rheumatism
10 450 Jacob Neusumder C 98th Pennsylvania Infantry Stephenson General debility
10 451 Joseph Karl E 8th Illinois Infantry
17th Missouri Infantry
Peoria Rheumatism
11 452 Robert Ellickson F 72d Illinois Infantry Cook Rheumatism
11 453 Charles Hopkins C 2d Illinois Artillery
     Discharged May 17, 1887
Lake Injured by fall
12 454 John Flynn C
F
F
C
10th Illinois Infantry
27th Illinois Infantry
23d V. R. C.
19th U. S. Infantry
     Discharged April 14, 1888
St. Clair Shell wound in leg
12 455 Joseph Page F
B
8th Missouri Infantry
148th Illinois Infantry
Adams Epilepsy
12 456 Henry Buckner B
To B
20th Indiana Infantry
14th Indiana Infantry (consolidated)
     Discharged December 7, 1887
Clark Diarrhea and disease of lungs
12 457 Wm. Richardson H 55th Massachusetts Infantry (colored) Cook Diseased eyes
12 458 John Kelse --- Chi. B. of T. Bat Adams Rheumatism and heart disease
12 459 Frank Rickmire E
K
7th Missouri Cavalry
1st Missouri Cavalry
Hancock Eyes and deafness
15 460 Patrick Donnelly F 4th Illinois Infantry
     Discharged October 7, 1887
Cook Rheumatism
15 461 Robert Smith C 10th Illinois Cavalry
     Discharged August 24, 1887
Cook Gun-shot wound; lost use of arm
16 462 Wm. Lentz C
G
9th Illinois Infantry
24th Illinois Infantry
St. Clair Rheumatism and heart disease
17 463 Samuel Colsen B 20th Iowa Infantry Schuyler Neuralgia and epilepsy
18 464 Henry Staggart I 4th Ohio Cavalry
     Died June 14, 1888
Randolph Rheumatism; chronic bronchitis
19 465 Samuel T. Hames F 47th Ohio Infantry Johnson Diarrhea; disease of bladder
19 466 Peter Renland F 2d Illinois Artillery Madison Rheumatism
19 467 James J. Nason C&F 3d Illinois Cavalry Peoria Chronic bronchitis
19 468 James S. Hastings D
E
1st Ohio Cavalry
V. R. C.
137, 2 Bat. V. R. C.
Adams Blood poison
19 469 Horatio N. Hunt K 64th New York Infantry Madison Rheumatism
20 470 Herman Fischer A 24th Illinois Infantry
     Discharged October 8, 1887
Cook Wounds and rheumatism
20 471 James Wood A 90th Illinois Infantry Winnebago Chronic rheumatism
20 472 George Hamer E 11th Ohio Infantry Peoria General debility
22 473 Francis M. DIxon H & H 50th Illinois Infantry Schuyler Diarrhea
23 474 Edwin Weatherly C
I
37th Illinois Infantry
17th Illinois Cavalry
St. Clair Lung disease
23 475 John Sash A 114th Illinois Infantry Scott Rheumatism and heart disease
23 476 James Fahey E 47th Illinois Infantry Peoria General debility
25 477 Frank F. Cozean E 1st Illinois Light Artillery Iroquois Epilepsy
25 478 August Bartells F 3d Missouri Infantry Madison Rheumatism
25 479 Charles Newman F 4th U. S. Cavalry Marion Chronic bronchitis

 



 

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