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Trying to contact a Diane Cooling Welsh<?> who does/did quite a bit of research on the Schafbuch/Gahring family trees. Have not had luck thru normal methods. Has/does anyone know of or about her? Last know locale being in Iowa. Thanks.
The 7th Infantry entered the service during the Civil War immediately after
the battle of Bull Run and sent to St. Louis for equippal, thence to
Ironton, where it received its first drill in the manual of arms. Thence it
was stationed and served at Cape Girardeau, Cairo, Fort Holt, Mayfield
Creek, Camp Crittenden, Fort Jefferson, Kentucky, Norfolk and Bird's
Baldwin, Theodore C., private; promoted to first sergeant Nov. 15, 1861; to
second lieutenant April 18, 1862; to first lieutenant June 8, 1862;
dismissed by sentence of court martial Dec. 21, 1862.
Harely, John F., killed at Belmont, Missouri, Nov. 7, 1861.
Christian, H., dismissed July 6, 1864.
Dillin, John, first lieutenant; killed at Shiloh.
Akers, W. R., third sergeant; reduced to ranks Jan. 1, 1862.
Pennington, James W., fourth sergeant; reduced to ranks Jan. 1, 1862.
Bartlett, Richard, fifth sergeant; reduced to ranks January 1, 1862; killed
at Corinth Oct. 3, 1862.
Wolf, Barnhart, first corporal; promoted to second sergeant; died at Cairo,
Ill. Feb. 12, 1862.
Akers, John W., second corporal; reduced to ranks Jan. 1, 1862.
Fisher, James, third corporal; died at Mound City, Ill., Nov. 10, 1861.
Brown, Thomas E., fourth corporal; died at Mound City, Ill., Oct. 25, 1861.
Johnson, John W., fifth corporal; discharged Sept. 14, 1862.
Frederickson, John, sixth corporal; wounded at Corinth; discharged Feb. 27,
Horton, George, seventh corporal; promoted to fourth sergeant Jan. 1, 1862.
Wedell, James, eighth corporal; died at Mound City, Ill., Nov. 14, 1861.
Wilson, John A., wagoner; promoted to third sergeant Jan. 1, 1862.
Alverson, David, veteranized Dec. 30, 1860.
Babcock, Allen K., killed at Corinth.
Brown, John T., drowned at Savannah, Tenn., Nov. 16, 1862.
Burns, Robert, wounded at Corinth.
Butler, Byron, killed by guerrillas between Corinth and Columbus Sept. 25,
Clothier, Newton S., wounded at Corinth; veteranized Dec. 30, 1863.
Courtantine, Francis S., veteranized Dec. 30, 1863.
Cross, James, died at La Salle, Ill., Oct. 31, 1861.
Cooper, Robert, promoted to second corporal Jan. 1, 1862; to sergeant date
unknown; wounded at Corinth.
Crenshaw, William, discharged Nov. 21, 1862.
Cross, Clark, wounded at Corinth.
Dillin, Columbus D., promoted to fourth corporal Jan. 1, 1862; to first
lieutenant April 7, 1862; to captain June 1, 1865; captured July 30, 1864;
mustered out May 28, 1865.
Eddy, Marcus S.
Evens, William, veteranized Dec. 30, 1863.
Eirp, William, died Aug. 1, 1864, at Augusta, Ga.; veteranized Dec. 30,
Farmer, James, wounded at Shiloh and captured at Corinth; veteranized Dec.
Fields, Alexander, veteranized Dec. 30, 1863.
Gage, John K., died at Koszta, Ia. April 22, 1862.
Gerrard, Thomas, veteranized Dec. 30, 1863.
Gordon, David C., died Nov. 14, 1862, at North English, Ia.
Harrington, Melvin E., died at Corinth Sept. 7, 1863.
Harrington, Lucius, wounded at Shiloh; captured at Corinth.
Hutsen, Joshua, died at Fort Holt, Ky., Sept. 29, 1861.
Hench, Wm., Jr., discharged July 26, 1862; veteranized Dec. 30, 1863.
Hill, Charles W., discharged July 8, 1862.
Jordon, Joseph, discharged Sept. 9, 1862.
Johnston, John C., died at Bird's Point, Missouri, Oct. 26, 1862.
Jenkins, John F., captured at Corinth.
Kortz, John M.
Kortz, James M., discharged Dec. 4, 1862.
Kerns, William, wounded at Donelson Feb. 15, 1862, and at Corinth.
Kepner, Robert, wounded at Corinth.
Longstreet, Joel, veteranized Dec. 30, 1864.
Long, Carson, died at Mound City, Ill., Oct. 25, 1862.
Lansing, Edward, discharged May 6, 1862.
Montgomery, Robert R., wounded at Corinth; veteranized Dec. 30, 1863.
Mary, William, killed at Corinth.
Mitchell, Robert R., discharged Oct. 4, 1862.
McCoy, Michael, captured at Corinth.
Plummer, Frank, died at Mound City, May 12, 1862.
Patton, Oliver A., promoted to fifth sergeant Jan. 1, 1862; wounded at
Parrish, Henry, promoted to first sergeant Jan. 1, 1862.
Redman, Orlan, promoted to third corporal Jan. 1, 1862.
Slingerland, Frank, discharged Nov. 5, 1862.
Sprague, Nicodemus, discharged Jan. 10, 1862.
Sweet, Eli, wounded at Fort Donelson.
Sullenbarger, O. P.
Talbott, Abraham, wounded at Corinth; veteranized Dec. 30, 1863.
Taylor, Wm. B., transferred to company D, Third United States infantry for
promotion to first lieutenant; veteranized Dec. 30, 1863.
Wilson, Joseph, discharged March 17, 1862.
Wilkins, Melin C., veteranized Dec. 30, 1863.
West, Jackson W., discharged May 6, 1862.
Zahit, John, died at Mound City, Illinois, Jan. 16, 1862.
Hessey, Randolph, Sept. 21, 1861.
Nunemacher, Michael, wounded at Shiloh.
Lyon, David, Feb. 16, 1864.
Kortz, Ebenezer, F., discharged Sept. 29, 1862; veteranized Dec. 30, 1863.
Barnes, James W.
Clark, Elsey E., died Feb. 5, 1862, at St. Louis.
Bartlett, Scott, promoted to seventh corporal Jan. 1, 1862.
Maule, Jacob, Sept. 15, 1862.
Cronebaugh, Henry, August 15, 1862; died Aug. 2, 1864, at Marietta, Georgia.
Carr, Joseph, enlisted July 28, 1861.
Carol C. Eddleman
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