Cass County Civil War Dead and Missing

Cass County, Illinois Civil War Dead and Missing in Action

Published in "The Cass County Historian," September 1985 from "History of Cass County" publsihed by Bateman, Newton & Selby, Paul Historical Encyclopedia of Ill., Vol. II, Munsell Publishing, Chicago, 1915

Additional notes appear at the bottom of the page



SOLDIER

RESIDENCE

PLACE - DATE OF DEATH


19th Ill. Vol. Inf.

Capt. Knowlton CHANDLER

January 2, 1863

James HOOKINSON

Virginia

Ohio

2nd Lt. Thomas JOB

Hanibal, Mo. July 1861

John LINDSEY

Missing at Chickamauga


14th Ill. Vol.

Elijah BOND

Chandlerville

George T. GLOVER

Beardstown

Shiloh

Edward KNIGHT

Beardstown

Dennis KOLIHAR

Chandlerville

Dexter LOOMIS

Beardstown

Shiloh

Carroll MULANE

Beardstown

Memphis

Charles WILLIAMS

Beardstown

Shiloh


33rd Ill. Vol.

Archibald CAMPBELL

Virginia

Drowned in Miss. River

John HART

Old Town, Ark.

Harrison HICKEY

Chandlerville

Irontown

Henry HINCHLIFF

Chandlerville

Vicksburg

George W. NEWMAN

Chandlerville

New Orleans

Rudolph OLIVER

Virginia

Drowned

John O. ORR

Beardstown

Missing

John C. WILSON

Chandlerville

Basker City


114th Ill. Vol.

Richard ADAMS

Memphis

Thomas S. ARMSTRONG

Hagley

Steamer; West Moreland

Cyrus H. ATOR

Virginia

Memphis

Robert A. BEADLES

Virginia

Memphis

Thomas B. BEGGS

Vicksburg

James BERRYHILL

Virginia

Memphis

Collen CORDELL

Memphis

William F. CROW

Memphis

James H. DAVIS

Virginia

David N. DOWNING

Duckport, La.

John C. DOWNING

Virginia

Memphis

Jesse E. DUNAWAY

Jackson, Miss.

Henry GESTRING

Gumtown, Miss.

Joseph HAYWOOD

Thomas HICKEY

Gumtown, Miss.

Ellis HICKS

Chandlerville

Memphis

Allen LINDSEY

Chandlerville

Robert McCARTY

Memphis

Joseph A. McCLURE

Beardstown

Joseph McDONALD

Lancaster

Missing

Mj. Joseph McLAIN

John B. MILNER

Virginia

Duckport, La.

Asa N. PASCAL

Andersonville Prison

Urbin E. PEDIGO

Ashland

Duckport, La.

Robert SIMPSON

Memphis

Christopher C. SMITH

Lancaster

St. Louis, Mo.

William A. SMITH

Ashland

Camp Sherman, Miss.

Samuel C. SMITH

Virginia

Duckport, La.

Jacob S. STUCKEY

Memphis

James M. THOMPSON

Virginia

Bear Creek, Miss.

John THOMPSON

Virginia

Tupelo, Miss.

Leonard WALTER

Memphis

Henry WEBBER

Duckport, La.

Lycurgus WORKMAN

Ashland

New Orleans


18th Ill. Vol.

Peter FLANNEY

Beardstown

Henry LYNN

Beardstown

Camp Butler


32nd. Ill. Vol.

Thomas BIRD

Beardstown

Edward A. COTTRELL

Beardstown

Mathew B. CROSS

Arenzville

Camp Butler

Sameul DeHAVEN

Beardstown

Memphis

Lt. Charles A. EAMS

Beardstown

Shiloh

Benjamin EYERS

Beardstown

Hatcher Run

Anton HOFFMAN

Beardstown

Kenesaw Mountain

William HUGO

Beardstown

Marietta, GA.

George SWAN

Beardstown

LaGrange, Tenn.

2nd Lt. John YORK

May 9, 1862


34th. Ill. Vol.

Ernest MULLER

Arenzvile

Camp Nevins, Ky.


47th. Ill. Vol.

Benjamin J. HARRIS

Beardstown

Cairo, Ill.


61st. Ill. Vol.

Jedediah BEARD

Beardstown

Evansville, Ind.

Edward ELKINS

Beardstown

Keokuk, Iowa

John GLOVER

Beardstown

St. Louis, Mo.

George HICKS

Virginia

Murfreesboro

William A. SQUIRES

Beardstown

St. Louis, Mo.

Jacob TROMMEN

Beardstown

Pittsburg Landing


71st. Ill. Vol.

George W. BOIRCOURT

Berrytown

Cairo, Ill.


82nd. Ill. Vol.

Anton BIHL

Beardstown


145th. Ill. Vol.

Lewis WARE

Rollo, Mo.


2nd. Ill. Vol.Cav.

John HASH

Chandlerville

Paducah, Ky.


3rd. Ill. Vol.Cav.

William CUNNINGHAM

Virginia

Helene, Ark.

John Elliott

Virginia

Tupelo, Miss.

Henry B. EVERLY

August FUK

Monroe

Missing

Henry POUCH

St. Louis, Mo.

Horatio REW

Beardstown

Byhallis, Miss.

Henry SIMPSON

Beardstown

Springfield, Mo.

Leonard SHRAEDER

Beardstown

Camp Butler

George F. WAGNER

Beardstown

Memphis

NOTE: Although the spelling of (Cpl.) Cyrus Ator is spelled Ator in the records from which this list was abstracted, George Bardsley (Ater) York states that his middle initial was H., that his name was spelled Ater, and he was a corporal with the 114th. Illinois Volunteers. He also states that his death at Memphis was erroneous and that he was wounded on May 19 and actually died in Vicksburg May 20, 1863.



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