Company E - 127th Infantry Regiment Personnel

(UNION ARMY)

(War Between the States)

ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY SEVENTH INFANTRY REGIMENT
(3 Years' Service)

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Kane County History, By Joslyn and Joslyn
Published 1908 by Pioneer Press - Chicago
Page 342

Contributed by JMATTHYS@aol.com

Company E:

CAPTAINS

  • Frank C. Gillette, St. Charles; promoted major
  • James F. Richmond, St. Charles; mustered out June 5, 1865

FIRST LIEUTENANT

  • James F. Richmond, St. Charles; promoted
  • Frederick Knight, St. Charles; resigned September 20, 1864; Second Lieutenant
  • Ira F. Hall, St. Charles; mustered out June 5, 1865

SECOND LIEUTENANT

  • Frederick Knight, St. Charles; promoted

FIRST SERGEANT

  • James G. Nind, St. Charles; promoted adjutant

SERGEANTS

  • Samuel W. Durant, St. Charles; private; promoted quartermaster sergeant
  • Jesse Curren, St. Charles; killed Vicksburg, May 19, 1863
  • Henry M. Sill, St. Charles; mustered out January 13, 1863, as private
  • John M. Metcalf, St. Charles; transferred to Veteran Reserve Corp. March 15, 1865

CORPORALS

  • Ozias J. Lent, St. Charles; private; promoted commissary sergeant
  • Henry J. Parker, St. Charles; mustered out May 31, 1865, as private
  • Henry Ferson, St. Charles; discharged February 10, 1863, as private
  • Ira F. Hall, St. Charles; promoted sergeant, then first lieutenant
  • Wallace M. Peirce, St. Charles; deserted January 18, 1863
  • George A. Dunham, St. Charles; mustered out June 5, 1865, as private
  • Eugene A. McWayne, St. Charles; mustered out June 5, 1865, as sergeant

PRIVATES

  • George H. Alrich, St. Charles; died Memphis January 12, 1863
  • Frank Avert, St. Charles; mustered out June 29, 1865
  • Charles H. Beach, St. Charles; mustered out June 5, 1865, as sergeant
  • John Z. Belyea, St. Charles; corporal; died at home November 23, 1863
  • Michael Bolf, St. Charles; mustered out to date June 5, 1865
  • Charles Bowman, St. Charles; discharged February 5, 1863
  • Jeremiah Becker, Elgin; mustered out June 5, 1865; wounded
  • Philip Brisbin, St. Charles; mustered out June 5, 1865
  • Edgar U. Benedict, St. Charles; mustered out June 5, 1865
  • James Blomily, St. Charles; mustred out June 5, 1865
  • Joseph Clark, St. Charles; discharged July 27, 1863; disability
  • John S. DeWolf, St. Charles; discharged for promotion May 27, 1864
  • William Dickenson, St. Charles; mustered out June 5, 1865
  • James Doyle, St. Charles; mustered out June 5, 1865, as corporal
  • Dennis Doyle, St. Charles; mustered out June 5, 1865
  • James Earnshaw, St. Charles transferred to Invalid Corps December 1, 1863
  • Thomas Evison, St. Charles; discharged February 7, 1865
  • George C. Elliot, St. Charles; mustered out June 5, 1865, as first sergeant
  • Henry C. Elliot, St. Charles; promoted principal musician
  • Charles Ferson, St. Charles; mustered out to date June 5, 1865
  • Eugene Fowler, St. Charles; discharged April 18, 1864, wounds
  • Andrew Goldsbury, St. Charles; mustered out June 5 1865 as corporal
  • Valentine O. Gilbert, St. Charles; transferred to Invalid Corps November 7, 1863; mustered out July 17, 1865
  • Julius A. Green, St. Charles; mustered out to date June 5, 1865
  • John M. Green, St. Charles; died at Young's Point, Louisiana, March 7, 1863
  • Hay Guthrie, St. Charles; died at Milliken's Pond, Louisiana, April 15, 1863
  • Alfred T. Hart, Geneva; discharged February 17, 1864; disability
  • John Hight, Geneva; mustered out June 5, 1865
  • Nathaniel A. Haile, St. Charles; mustered out June 5, 1865, as corporal
  • Washington Hammon, St. Charles; discharged March 11, 1863
  • John J. Hand, St. Charles; mustered out June 5, 1865, corporal
  • Charles J. Kolson, Geneva; mustered out June 5, 1865
  • Michael Kelly, St. Charles; discharged March 4, 1863
  • Francis Kirk, St. Charles; mustered out to date June 5, 1865
  • Daniel T. Lane, St. Charles; mustered out June 5, 1865 as corporal
  • Michael Lincoln, St. Charles; died at Arkansas Post January 11, 1863
  • Frank W. Lynde, St. Charles; mustered out May 12, 1865
  • Michael Murphy, St. Charles; mustered out May 22, 1865
  • Isaac P. Michael, St. Charles; discharged April 9, 1863
  • Charles M. Michael, St. Charles; discharged February 22,1863
  • Robert Marsden, St. Charles; mustered out June 5, 1865
  • Felix McFarlane, St. Charles; mustered out June 5, 1865
  • Franklin Newman, St. Charles; mustered out June 5, 1865, as sergeant
  • Ozro B. Pratt, St. Charles; corporal; killed at Atlanta, Georgia, July 22, 1864
  • Michael Ronon, St. Charles; mustered out June 5, 1865
  • Thomas Ryan, St. Charles; died at Rome, Georgia. August 5, 1864
  • Luther B. Swarthout, St. Charles; corporal; died at home December 21, 1863
  • Isaac Swarthout, St. Charles; mustered out June 5, 1865, as musician
  • Elias Smithers, St. Charles; died at Marietta, Georgia, August 18, 1864
  • William Switzer, Elgin; mustered out June 5, 1865, as corporal
  • James Stricklin, Elgin; discharged February 3, 1864, as corporal
  • John Smith (1), Geneva; discharged April 14, 1863, disability
  • Charles Switzers, Elgin; deserted
  • John Smith (2), Geneva; mustered out June 5, 1865, as corporal
  • George Tyler, St. Charles; died at Vicksburg, July 9, 1863, as corporal
  • John P. Trumbull, St. Charles; discharged August 29, 1863, as corporal
  • Charles Trumbull, St. Charles; transferred to Invalid Corp December 1, 1863
  • Charles O. Thompson, St. Charles; mustered out June 5, 1865
  • Judson Thompson, Kane county; died at Milliken's Bend, Louisiana, April 16, 1863
  • Deidrich H. Tangen'm, St. Charles; sergeant; transferred to Invalid Corps February 15, 1864
  • Brainerd T. Wheeler, St. Charles; mustered out June 5, 1865, as sergeant
  • August Winder, Elgin; deserted November 5, 1862
  • Harley Beach, Virgil; mustered out to date, June 5, 1865

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