Flat Creek, Barry Co., MO

Eleventh Census of the United States

Special Schedule

Surviving Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines, And Widows, etc.

Persons who served in the Army, Navy, And Marine Corps of the United States during the War of Rebellion (who are survivors), and widows in Flat Creek Township, County of Barry, State of Missouri  

Submitted by: Cheryl

Home No.

Family No.

Names of Surviving Soldiers, & Marines, & Widows

Rank

Company

Name of Regiment or Vessel

Date of Enlistment

Date of Discharge

Length of Service

Yrs/months/days

Note

Number

1

1

Holliday, William

1st Sgt

H

27 Ills Inf

26 Aug 1861

20 Sep 1864

3/0/24

1

 

7

Dixon, William T.

Pvt

H

11 Kan Cav

15 Aug 1862

20 May 1864

1/9/5

2

 

8

King, John

Sadler

H

12 Ark Cav

28 July 1862

23 Aug 1865

3/1/0

3

 

9

Roes, Jeramiah L.

Pvt

G

4 Mo Cav

11 April 1861

13 May 1866

5/1/2

4

 

20

Elliott, Charles B.

Pvt

F?

104 Ohio Inf

9 Aug 1862

7 Jan 1865

2/10/8

5

 

22

Tatum, Eduard D.

Pvt

A

17 Ills Inf

1 Oct 1861

Nov 1863

 

6

 

23

Cramer, George

Pvt

C

45 Ohio Inf

24 July 1862

16 May 1865

2/9/23

7

30

30

Harris, Andrew

1st Sgt

E

166 ??? Inf

2 May 1864

9 Sep 1864

0/4/8

8

33

33

Newby, John W.

Cpl

G

149 ??? Inf

2 May 1864

5 April 1865

0/11/3

9

36

36

Fipps, William T.

Pvt

K

30 Ills Inf

16 Jan 1862

27 Dec 1864

2/11/18

10

37

37

Sparlin, Archibald

Pvt

B

48 Ills Inf

12 Nov 1861

23 Jan 1863

2/2/11

11

32

32

Nordyke, George W.

Pvt

G

11 Kan Cav

10 Sept 1862

10 Oct 1863

1/1/0

12

 

50

Hannahs, Elie

Capt

F?

Horse Mere?? Mo

 

 

 

13

 

53

Gleason, Saul

Pvt

B

82 Penn Inf

23 Aug 1863

13 July 1865

1/11/0

14

 

57

Morris Jr, Henry W.

Reenlisted

Pvt

Pvt

D

K

128 New York Inf

2 Ark? US Inf

24 July 1862

June 1864

Sept 1863

Nov 1865

1/2/0

1/5/0

15

16

 

58

Ennis, Martin

Pvt

E

16 Mo Cav

10 Aug 1864

30 June 1865

0/10/20

17

 

60

Harris, Joel

Pvt

K

85 Ohio Inf

8 June 1862

23 Sept 1862

0/3/15

18

 

39

Brandon, Martin A.

Cpl

H

58 Ills Inf

12 Mar 1864

1 April 1866

2/0/19

19

 

40

Ellsworth, John W.

Pvt

G

18 Iowa Inf

19 June 1862

7 Aug 1865

3/0/19

20

 

38

Maxwell, John

Cpl

B

50 Ind Inf

1 Sept 1861

9 Aug 1862

1/0/21

21

 

44

McClure, David G.

Sgt

H

27 Ills Inf

26 Aug 1861

20 Sept 1864

3/0/24

22

 

49

Morgan, Richard M.

Pvt

A

76 Mo Inf

30 April 1864

15 Nov 1864

0/6/15

23

 

59

Johnson, George W.

Pvt

A

10 Tenn Cav

12 Aug 1863

1 Aug 1865

2/0/12

24

 

63

Bynum, Calvin K.

Pvt

 

in Capt Bivens Co

14 Feb 1864

25 June 1865

 

25

55

55

Howard, Charles A.

Sol US

 

 

 

 

 

26

84

84

Kirkpatrick, William

Sol US

 

 

 

 

 

27

38 38 Maxwell, John Sol US           28

 

 

No.

Post Office Address                                                  

Disability Incurred                                       

Remarks                                                             

1

 Panacea, Mo

Rheumatism Injury to spine caused by  congestion of canon roll???

Defective eye sight Scurvy

2

 Cassville, Mo

wounded in right knee??

Shot wound Rheumatism & something?

3

Cassville, Mo

Sore eyes

 

4

Cassville, Mo

 

 

5

Panacea, Mo

Eyes defective, Piles Chronic, diarrhea

 

6

Panacea, Mo

Weak Breast, Heart Disease

 

7

Cassville, Mo

Scurvy, Hernia, Lung & Heart Disease

Prisoner in hands of enemy 18 months

8

Panacea, Mo

Brights Disease, defective H?????

 

9

Panacea, Mo

Heart Disease, Paralisus? & Defective

Eye Sight

Prisoner at Linchburg, Danville, Libby

10

Panacea, Mo

arm shot of at Shoulder Joint

 

11

Panacea, Mo

lungs affected, eyes affected,

general disability

 

12

Panacea, Mo

Heart disease, paralysis & Rheumatism

throat and lung disease & something

13

Cassville, Mo

Neuralgia general disability

 

14

Panacea, Barry Co, Mo

Leg broke, hearing defective

Rheumatism, heart disease

15

Panacea, Barry Co, Mo

Heart Disease (26 yrs) Defective Eye

sight, hernia Ancaloses?, left elbow joint

16

 

 

 

17

Panacea, Barry Co, Mo

Hemorrhage of lungs, heart disease

Diarrhea norcrosiness?, heart disease

chronic

18

Panacea, Barry Co, Mo

Chronic Diarrhea

 

19

Panacea, Barry Co, Mo

Hernia Defective Hearing

 

20

Panacea, Barry Co, Mo

 

 

21

Panacea, Barry Co, Mo

 

 

22

Panacea, Mo

Scurvy, Infection? in back

 

23

Cassville, Co

Piles, Heart Disease, Lung Disease

Neuralgia of Stomach

24

Panacea, Barry Co, Mo

Lung Disease

 

25

Flat Creek Township Mo

 

 

26

 

 

 

27

Flat Creek Township Mo

 

 

28

Flat Creek Township Mo

 

 


Home No.

Family No.

Names of Surviving Soldiers, & Marines, & Widows

Rank

Company

Name of Regiment or Vessel

Date of Enlistment

Date of Discharge

Length of Service

Yrs/months/days

Note

Number

 

70

Burkhart, William L.

Pvt

E

14 Mo Cav

April 1864

Oct 1865

1/6/0

41

 

90

Reynolds, Henry C.

Pvt

E

98 Ills Inf

11 Aug 1862

28 Nov 1862

0/3/13

42

 

89

Hannahs, Benjamin F.

Pvt

F

43 Mo Inf

13 Aug 1864

30 May 1865

0/9/13

43

 

93

Taylor, James

Pvt

E

1 Ark Cav

4 Aug 1862

21 Mar 1863

0/7/19

44

 

92

Walters, Jacob M.

Pvt

F

16 Penn Cav

24 Feb 1864

8 Aug 1865

1/5/15

45

 

98

Walters, William J.

Pvt

D

50 Mo Inf

3 Sept 1864

3 July 1865

0/10/0

46

 

104

Vanderpool, Abraham R.

Pvt

A

5th EM Mo Cav

29 July 1862

5 Oct 1864

 

47

 

109

Gregory, Thomas R.

 

 

 

 

 

 

48

 

 

No.              

Post Office Address                                                  

Disability Incurred                                       

Remarks                                                             

41

Panacea Barry Co, Mo

Wounded in leg, chronic diarrhea

 

42

Panacea Barry Co, Mo

Rheumatism, Rupture Lung Disease

Defective in sight and hearing

43

Panacea Barry Co, Mo

Rheumatism, Kidney Disease

 

44

Hailey, Mo

Paralysis, Defective in sight & hearing

 

45

Hailey, Mo

Heart & Lung Disease

 

46

Panacea Barry Co, Mo

Rheumatism, Piles

 

47

Cassville, Mo

Rheumatism, Heart Disease

 

 

 

Home No.

Family No.

Names of Surviving Soldiers, & Marines, & Widows

Rank

Company

Name of Regiment or Vessel

Date of Enlistment

Date of Discharge

Length of Service

Yrs/months/days

Note

Number

384

386

Jimmerson, Caleb M.

Pvt

K

1 Ark Cav

29 June 1864

23 Aug 1865

1/1/24

27

386

388

Matney, Caroll B.

Cpl

E

101 Ill? Inf

7 Aug 1862

7 June 1865

2/10/0

28

351

358

Horner, Amos

Pvt

E

2 Ark Cav

15 Sep 1863

20 Aug 1865

1/11/5

29

402

404

Hawk, Jacob W.

5th

Sgt

G

15 Mo Cav

1 Nov 1863

1 July 1865

1/8/0

30

366

368

Barcus, James C.

 

 

 

6 Feb 1865

27 June 1866

1/4/21

31

81

81

Speece, Washington

Pvt

?

22 Ind? Inf

6 Oct 1864

8 May 1865

0/7/2

32

409

411

Parmerly, John R.

Pvt

K

15 Mo Cav

1 Nov 1863

1 July 1865

1/8/0

33

412

414

Livingston, John A.

Cpt

H

55 Kans? Inf

 

 

 

34

317

319

Lee Jermiah R.

Pvt

B

1 Tenn? Inf

2 Feb 1864

14 April 1865

1/2/12

35

150

151

Edwards, Joseph F.

 

 

 

 

 

 

36

226

227

Painter, John

 

 

 

 

 

 

37

286

288

Hartley, Benjamin W.

 

 

 

 

 

 

38

119

119

Edens, James J.

 

 

 

 

 

 

39

104

104

Hudson, Joseph

 

 

 

 

 

 

40

86

86

Scholten, Fredric

 

 

 

 

 

 

41

124

125

Manley, William D.

Pvt

C

 

 

 

 

42

85

85

Hauck/Hawk William C.

Blk

Smith

 

15 Mo Cav

 

 

 

43

159

160

England, Mary

 

 

Widow (US)

 

 

 

44

157

158

Duffey, Patra A.

 

 

Widow Geo W Stinson

 

 

 

45

108

108

Emerson, Susan

 

 

Widow(US)

 

 

 

46

86

86

Scholten, Marie

 

 

Widow Sol (US)

 

 

 

47

63

63

Blythe, Caroline

 

 

Widow Sol (US)

 

 

 

48

 

No.              


Post Office Address

                                                 

Disability Incurred                                   

Remarks                                                             

27

 

 

 

28

Cassville

 

 

29

Cassville

Rheumatism

 

30

Cassville

 

 

 
Veteran - Where Buried - when born and Died

William Holliday - Mineral Spring - 1841-1920

Andrew Harris - Oak Hill - 1825-1914 - Inscription: "Age 88 Years 6 Months 15 Days - Served in Co. E. 166. D. V. I." -

John Wesley Newby - Mineral Springs - 1843-1899

Saul Gleason - Mineral Springs - 1822-1903

Martin Ennes - Ennes Cemetery - 1842-1899

Joel B. Harris - Mineral Springs - 1846-1892

Martin A. Brandon - listed as Martin Van Brandon - Mineral Springs - 1831-1901 - Inscription: "GAR * Co H 58th Ill's Inft"

John Maxwell - Mineral Springs - 1813-1901

David Granville McClure - Mineral Springs - 1838-1905

Richard M. Morgan - listed as Rev. R. M. Morgan - Horner - 1835-1919

Charles A. Howard - Mineral Springs - 1838-1906

Henry C. Reynolds - Horner - 1837-1914

Jacob M. Walters - Clio - 1845-1919

William J. Walters - Mineral Springs - 1836-1909 - Inscription: "Co F 50 MO Inf"

Caleb M. Jimmerson - listed as Jimerson - Oak Hill - 1842-1895

Amos Horner - Horner Cemetery - 1837-1913

Jacob Hawk - Oak Hill - 1828-1922

James C. Barcus - Oak Hill - 1846-1915 - Notes: On Feb. 6, 1865, he enlisted in the Union Army, the 44th? Illinois Regiment, and was discharged Jan 27, 1865 at Dalton, Ga.

John R. Parmerly -listed as Parmley - Mt. Pleasant - 1845-1919

Jeremiah "Jerry" R. Lee - Oak Hill - 1833-1920

James Jefferson Edens - Oak Hill - 1848-1929 - Note: Civil War Veteran, Co. F. 13th Ill Cavalry

Joseph Harris Hudson - Oak Hill - 1841-1916

William D. Manley - Horner - 1838-1897

William C. Hawk - Oak Hill - 1833-1916

Duffey, Patra A, Widow Geo W Stinson - Star School Cemetery - 1845-1912

Susan Emerson - Oak Hill - 1832-no date, widow of Cyrus C. Emerson - 1816-1888
 

Submitted by: Phyllis Long

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