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 the rebellion (who are survivors), and widows of such person, in County of Shawano, State of Wisconsin, enumerated in June, 1890.

Transcription by Gerald Dalum--All rights reserved. Information is presented here for personal, non-commercial genealogical use.  Any other use of this file without the express written consent of the transcriber is prohibited.


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Individuals with names in red were living in Shawano County at the time of the 1860 U.S. Census.



Town of Grant (Enumeration District 41)      [ Top ]

Name Rank Co. Name of
Regiment
Date of
Enlistment
Date of
Discharge
Disability Incurred
Remarks
Frailing, Charles J. Private B 7th Wis Inf 25 Jan 1864 3 Jul 1865
David S. Bishop 1st Sgt H 17th Wis Inf 21 Dec 1861 18 Jan 1863 Gunshot wound in breast
Discharged on Surgeon's
Certificate


Town of Herman (Enumeration District 42)      [ Top ]

Name Rank Co. Name of
Regiment
Date of
Enlistment
Date of
Discharge
Disability Incurred
Remarks
Olilee(?) Haberman Private E 7th Mo Mil(?) 15 Feb 1862 21 Apr 1865 Dead
Frank Richard Private
Juliett M...
Squad
20 Aug 1864 4 Jun 1865 Deaf
Charles G. Schmidt Private A 9th Wis Vol 17 Sep 1861 17 Sep 1861 ........ ? ........


Town of Pella (Enumeration District 43)      [ Top ]

Name Rank Co. Name of
Regiment
Date of
Enlistment
Date of
Discharge
Disability Incurred
Remarks
Charles F. Weed Private
1st Sgt
E
E
20th Ind Inf
42nd Wis Inf
13 Jul 1862
30 Aug 1864
12 Jan 1864
20 Jun 1865
Chronic Diarrhoea, Rheu-
matism - Applicant for pension
Lydia A. Boynton
formerly widow of
Adelbert Eastman
Private F
&
H
37th Wis Inf Nov 1863 20 Mar 1865
August J. Westphal Sergt
Private
I
C
17th Wis Inf
10th Wis Inf
2 Jan 1862
24 Nov 1863
Aug 1862
18 Jul 1865
Rheumatism (Muscular
Mostly) Heart disease -
Transfered from 10th to
Co. I 21st Wis, from
21st to 3rd Wis Vol.
George Schmidt Private E 21st Wis Inf
Dec 1862 Chronic Diarrhoea
resulting in Dyspepsia -
Receives a pension
of $8.00 per month
Melvin R. Stevens Private I 3rd Wis Cav 6 Jan 1864 29 Sep 1865
Daniel Zimdars Private F 7th Wis Inf 7 Jan 1865 3 Jul 1865 Rheumatism
William Wolf Sergt E 3rd Wis Inf 8 May 1861 29 July 1865 Gunshot wound right
index finger. Injury left
ankle resulting in Rheu-
matism - Draws a pension
of $6 per month
William Tietz Private
Private
I
D
1st Wis Inf
14th Wis Inf
1862
29 Jan 1864

1 Oct 1865
Rheumatism - Reinlisted
or Transfered from
Co. I 1st Wis Inf.
William Schultz Private H 44th Wis Inf 7 Feb 1865 28 Jun 1865 Swelled feet and ankles
with sometimes running
sores - Applied for pension
Wilhelmine widow
of Gotfried Schulz
Private B 18th Wis Inf 3 Oct 1864 18 Jul 1865 Stomach trouble-name of
disease not remembered -
Widow is applicant for
pension


Town of Belle Plaine (Enumeration District 44)      [ Top ]      [ Supplemental Sources ]

Name Rank Co Name of
Regiment
Date of
Enlistment
Date of
Discharge
Disability Incurred
Remarks
Alexander Peterson 2nd Lieu B 21st Wis Inf 14 Aug 1862 17 Jun 1865 Rheumatism & Piles
Henry Eckhart Private D 42nd Wis Inf 31 Aug 1864 20 Jun 1865 Piles
Carl Stanke Private F 44th Wis Inf 7 Oct 1864 5 Aug 1865 Chronic Diareah (sic)
Josephine Schroeder
Wid of Wm F. Lade
Private E 17th Wis Inf Oct 1864 Jun 1865 Consumption - Wm.
Ladie Died of Consump-
tion could not obtain exact date
William Retchlaff Private F 44th Wis Inf 2 Oct 1864 28 Aug 1865
John Klickman Private F 44th Wis Inf 2nd Oct 1864 26 Jun 1865 Rheumatism & Heart
Disease & Injury to
Right Knee
August Pahlow Private F 44th Wis Inf 6 Oct 1864 28 Aug 1865 Chronic Rheumatism
August Winkler Private
Private
C
D
9th Wis Inf
9th Wis Inf
15 Oct 1861
3 Sep 1864
1 Oct 1862
3 Jun 1865
Enlargement of Heart
Martin Preuss Private D 44th Wis Inf 2 Oct 1864 9 Aug 1865 Shaking Palsy - Entirely
helpless
Frederic Stebbs Private F 19th Wis Inf 14 Feb 1862 12 Feb 1865 Heart Disease
Daniel Allender Private E 1st Wis Cav 25 Oct 1861 31 Oct 1864 Rupture
Charles Killian Private K 3rd Wis Cav 14 Mar 1862 29 May 1865 Injury to Chest and Lungs
Nathan Lake Private
Private
F
A
41st
51st


Epilepsy
Augusta Culver
Wid of F. Cornelius
Private
12th Wis Batt 11 Mar 1862 27 Mar 1865
Charles A. Culver Corporal A 93rd NY Inf 12 Feb 1864 13 May 1865 Ruptured
David G. Perry Private D 118th NY Inf 8 Aug 1862 14 Jun 1865 Gun Shot Wound &
Chronic Diarreoha
Edward Monroe Private K 16th NY HA 31st Dec 1862 18 Aug 1865 Chronic Diareah
John King Private B 60th NY Inf 10 Sep 1861 20 Jun 1862 Rheumatism
Frederic Dodge Private K 1st Wis HA 8 Sep 1864 26 Jun 1865 Chronic Diareeah
Rheumatism Piles
Jessie Howard Private I 104th Penn Inf 1 Jan 1863 29 Aug 1865
Rudolph Mienhardt Private F 21st Wis Inf 19 Aug 1862 19 May 1865 Chronic Diareeah
William Porter Private
Private
K
C
11th Penn Cav
76th Penn Inf
21 Aug 1861
20 Feb 1865
21 Aug 1864
15 Aug 1865

Spencer G. Yeager Private
Private

I
C
C
8th Penn Inf
49th Penn Inf
49th Penn Inf
19 Apr 1861
9 Sep 1861

21 Jul 1861


Bronchitis - Enlisted
three times and as all
three Discharges are in
Washington, could not
obtain dates
John Hedges Private K 1st Wis HA 8 Sep 1864
John Hedges. Date of
Discharge not known.
Robert E. Murdock Private F 14th NH Inf 18 Aug 1862 8 Jul 1865
Wm Brodhagen




Could not obtain dates
of No. 32; Wounded in
Head (3)


City of Shawano (Enumeration District 45)      [ Top ]      [ Supplemental Sources ]

Name Rank Co Name of
Regiment
Date of
Enlistment
Date of
Discharge
Disability Incurred
Remarks
Smith, Russell R. Private D 10 Mich Cav Nov 11 1863 Nov 11, 1865 Wounded
Newton, Charles H. Officers
Steward
Private


F

"Tawa"
49th Wis Inf

Jun 9 1863
Feb 22 1865

Jun 9 1864
Nov 8 1865
Rhuematism
Poot(?), Albert M. Private
Private
G
G
3rd Wis Inf
3rd Wis Inf
Jun 29 1861
Dec 21 1863
Dec 21, 1863
Jul 25 1865
Disease of Liver
Hill, Christopher Private B 21st Wis Inf Aug 1862 Jun 1865 Nervous Afliction Left Eye
Mary A. Widow of
Horace S. Rice
Private B 3rd Wis Inf May 1861 Feb 1863 Piles - Dis(charged)
on Surgeon Certificate
Carrall, Joseph A. Private A 18th NH Inf Sep 7 1864 Jun 9 1865
Martha E. Widow of
Darrow, John H.
Private F 42nd Wis Inf Oct 2 1864 Aug 16 1865 Chronic Diarrhoea
Garfield, Henry T. Capt. E 6th Wis Inf

Wounded
Hayter, Henry Sergeant B 3rd Wis Inf Apr 21 1861 Jun 21 1862 Ruptured
Davids, Daniel Private C 38th Wis Inf Sep 1864 Jun 1865
Laura Netzel
former widow of
Quallman, John






Walter, Henry I Private B 38th Wis Inf Mar 27 1864 Jul 27 1865 Heart Disease, Lung
trouble, Rheumatism,
Chronic Diarrhoea
Raasch, Charles F. Private E 42nd Wis Inf Sep 3 1864 May 7 1865 Rheumatism & Lung Trouble
Martha L Melvin
Widow of
Melvin, William J.
Gun(n)er
3rd Wis Bat Jun 13 1864 Jul 3 1865 Skin Disease
Baurfeind, Henry Private G 193rd NY Inf Mar 25 1865 Jan 28 1866 Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Kidney Dis
Lousa Degner widow
of Degner, (Frederick)






Frisbec, Samuel W. Private B 27th Wis Inf Aug 17 1862 Sep 27 1865 Malarial Poisoning
Zerwas, Anton Private I 32nd Wis Inf Aug 2 1862 Jun 12 1865 Chronic Diarrhoea
Delirium
Gorham, D. Sr. Private G 17th Wis Inf Nov 1861 Aug 1862 Chronic Diarrhoea -
Ruptured
Schweres, Frederick Private I 32nd Wis Inf Aug 14 1862 Jun 14 1865 Hearing aflicted -
Kidney Disease
Schweres, John M. Capt H 3rd Wis Inf Apr 22 1861 Jul 25 1865 Rheumatism
Howard, Samuel





Porter, Milo M. Corporal C 52nd Wis Inf Feb 16 1865 Jul 28 1865
Cochran, M. B. Surgeon F 1st IA Cav Jun 13 1861 Nov 11 1865
Gregory, Irving Private B 17th Ill Cav Jan 25 1864 Dec 15 1865
McDonell, D. A.





Allen, James A. Private I 92nd NY Inf Oct 23 1861 Feb 6 1863 Wounded-Dis. on Surgeon's Certificate
Dodge, Frank Corporal C 10th Wis Inf Oct 7 1861 Nov 3rd 1864 Ruptured Chronic
Diarrhoea
Diana E. Mills widow
Seymour Mills
Private




Hattie Morrison wid
Daniel A. Morrison
Private G 18th NY Inf


Devlin, Michael Private A 90th Ill Inf Aug 5 1862 Jun 6 1865 Chronic Diarrhoea
Lanetillath(?), Henry C. 2nd Lt F 12th Wis Inf Sep 1861 Apr 1862 Chronic Rheumatism
Mary A. Verh widow
of John Verh
Private
NY Inf


McEiven, James Sergeant E 74th Ill Inf Aug 7 1862 Jun 10 1865 Chronic Diarrhoea
Rose M. widow of
Joseph G. Puaki..(?)
Private
Music
C
C
1st Mass HA
1st Mass HA
Jun 24 1861
Nov 24 1863
Nov 24 1863
Aug 16 1865
Fever & Ague
Menor, Oliver Private F 32nd Wis Inf Aug 21 1862 Jun 12 1865 Rheumatism
Huntington, Backus Private G 32nd Wis Inf Nov 25 1863 Jul 12 1865 Heart Disease
Loan, John H. Private
Private
B
B
60th NY Inf
9th Mass Inf
Aug 2 1861
Apr 5 1864
Apr 5 1864
Nov 30 1865
Wounded Rheumatism
Vericose veins both
legs Transfered from
9 Mass to U.R.C.
Mayer J. D. Sergeant
Wis Inf Aug 25 1861 Oct 21 1862 Ruptured - Chronic
Diarrhoea Dis(charged)
on Surgeons Certificate
Sarah L. Fuld former
widow George H. Nayer






Harrit E. Denny
widow of Synamiond(?)
Denny alias Welch
Private
2nd Wis Cav Oct 16 1861 Aug 19 1862
Christin A. Manson
widow of John Manson






Dodge, T. H. Private E 1st Wis Cav Oct 10 1861 Oct 20 1862 Chronic Diarrhoea
Carolin A. Knapp
widow Robert A. Knapp






Stevens, Solomon Private E 141st Ill Inf Apr 1865 Nov 1865
W. H. Murdock





Hollister, William W.





Margaret Murray widow
Julius Murray
Private E 6th Wis Inf Jun 18 1861

Jackson, R. M. 1st Lieut C 21st Wis Inf Aug 5 1862 Apr 1865
Elithorpe, Isaac N. Private K 44th Wis Inf Jan 1864 1865 Rupture

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