Civil War Records 148th Infantry Illinois Volunteers, Company G

This Regiment was organized at Camp Butler, Illinois, February 21, 1865, for the term of one year. February 22, left Camp Butler for Nashville, Tennessee, where it arrived on the 25th.

March 1, moved to Tullahoma, Tennessee, where it remained until the 18th of June, engaged in guard duty, when five companies were ordered to Decherd; one company was stationed at McMinnville, the other four companies were engaged guarding the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad from Lombardy to Anderson Station, near the Alabama line--until ordered to Springfield, Illinois, for final payment and discharge.

The Regiment was mustered out September 5, 1865, at Nashville, Tennessee. Arrived at Springfield, Illinois, September 9, 1865, where it was paid and discharged

Name and Rank Residence Date of Rank
or Enlistment
Remarks
*MO means Mustered Out
Captain:
Robert G. Welsh Camp Point Feb. 16, 1865 MO Sept. 5, 1865
First Lieutenant:
John T. Bush Galva Feb. 16, 1865 MO Sept. 5, 1865
Second Lieutenant:
James N. Stanforth Walnut Grove Feb. 16, 1865 MO Sept. 5, 1865
First Sergeant:
James T. Starr Walnut Grove Jan. 24, 1865 MO Sept. 5, 1865
Sergeants:
Alonzo J. Robertson Camp Point Jan. 23, 1865 MO Sept. 5, 1865
Benjamin H. Welsh Camp Point Jan. 23, 1865 "
Isaac W. Odell " Feb. 4, 1865 "
Nicholson P. Ferguson Walnut Grove Jan. 24, 1865 "
Corporals:
Titons L. Garlette Camp Point Feb. 2, 1865 MO Sept. 5, 1865
Abram G. Hedden Clayton Jan. 2, 1865 "
Nathan L. Nims Walnut Grove Jan. 24, 1865 "
George P. Nicholson Clayton Feb. 2, 1865 MO Sept. 13, 1865
Uiram Tinker Walnut Grove Jan. 24, 1861 MO to date June 10, 1865
Harry W. Koch Quincy Feb. 7, 1865 MO Sept. 5, 1865
Thos. J. Livingston Camp Point Jan. 24, 1865 MO Aug. 16, 1865
John C. Lee Marcelline Feb. 11, 1865 Died Nashville,Mar.23,1865
Musicians:
William Moor Walnut Grove Jan. 24, 1865 Prom. Principal Musician
William E. Lewis Peoria Feb. 10, 1865 MO Sept. 5, 1865
Wagoner:
Lewis B. Coder Quincy Feb. 7, 1865 MO Sept. 5, 1865
Privates:
Anderson, William P. Coatsburg Feb. 9, 1865 MO Sept. 5, 1865
Anderson, William H. Marcelline Feb. 8, 1865 "
Anderson, John A. Bushnell " "
Babbitt, George C. Camp Point Jan. 23, 1865 "
Burrows, Israel Marcelline Feb. 8, 1865 "
Brink, John W. Marietta " "
Burk, E. L. Marcelline Feb. 11, 1865 MO Aug. 25, 1865
Barney, Jonathan Clayton Feb. 8, 1865 Died Nashville, May 3, 1865
Berrian, G. W. Quincy Jan. 28, 1865 MO Sept. 5, 1865
Bennett, Rufus Paloma " "
Buchanan, David L. Genesea Feb. 11, 1865 MO July 14, 1865
Bronaugh, Lewis L. Quincy Jan. 25, 1865 MO June 19, 1865
Bronaugh, Robert B. Quincy Feb. 14, 1865 MO Sept. 5, 1865
Clayton, John P. Ursa Feb. 8, 1865 "
Cornett, William Tescowa Jan. 24, 1865 Died Tallahoma,TN,June24,1865
Craig, Newton Quincy Feb. 8, 1865 MO Sept. 5, 1865
Cook, Samuel Canton Feb. 8, 1865 "
Conwell, McKenzie Marietta " MO May 12, 1865
Christy, John C. Quincy Feb. 10, 1865 Deserted Feb. 17, 1865
Dudley, Charles Galva Jan. 25, 1865 Absent sick at MO of Reg.
Days, Sylvester Monroe Hill, OH Jan. 28, 1865 MO Sept. 25, 1865
Duncan, Hubbard Ursa Feb. 14, 1865 "
Gordon, Alvan B. Camp Point Jan. 23, 1865 MO Sept. 5, 1865 as Corporal
Grice, George Minersville Jan. 28, 1865 MO Sept. 5, 1865
Garlott, J. Robertson Camp Point Feb. 13, 1865 "
Harmond, Samuel Clayton Feb. 2, 1865 MO July 14, 1865
Hagerty, John Quincy Feb. 9, 1865 MO June 10, 1865
Huddleston, Absalom J. Camp Point Jan. 24, 1865 MO Sept. 5, 1865
Hammond, John C. Perry Feb. 8, 1865 Died Nashville,Mar.28,1865
Knight, John Houston Feb. 2, 1865 Died Nashville,Mar.23,1865
Knight, George Quincy Jan. 31, 1865 Promoted Sgt. Major
Lindsay, Charles G. Quincy Jan. 26, 1865 MO Sept. 5, 1865
Langloss, Nicholas Knoxville Jan/ 31, 1865 "
Liles, David Big Neck Feb. 2, 1865 "
Lance, Adam Marietta Feb. 8, 1865 "
Moffatt, Joseph W. Peoria Feb. 2, 1865 "
Moffatt, Aquilla Peoria Feb. 6, 1865 Died Nashville,Apr.9,1865
McCance, Henry W. Marietta Feb. 8, 1865 MO Sept. 5, 1865
McMillin, John B. Carthage " "
McDaniel, J. B. Ursa Feb. 15, 1865 "
Pasley, William H. Clayton Feb. 9, 1865 "
Porter, William J. Clayton Feb. 2, 1865 "
Powers, James Quincy Feb. 9, 1865 "
Pollock, John B. Mendon Feb. 11, 1865 "
Roth, Joseph Camp Point Jan. 31, 1865 "
Rogers, John Rock Island Jan. 28, 1865 "
Roseberry, William H. Carthage Feb. 4, 1865 Died Rock Creek,Feb.11,1865
Ray, Charles Peoria Feb. 8, 1865 Deserted Feb. 17, 1865
Robertson, George Peoria Feb. 4, 1865 Deserted Feb. 19, 1865
Roseberry, Loring T. Coatsburg Feb. 9, 1865 MO Sept. 5, 1865
Sevier, William Quincy Jan. 30, 1865 "
Scott, Charles E. Walnut Grove Jan. 24, 1865 "
Smith, John A. Quincy Feb. 8, 1865 Died Nashville,Mar.24,1865
Steward, A. Lucius Camp Point Jan. 30, 1865 MO Aug. 21, 1865
Statton, Joseph Camp Point Jan. 23, 1865 Died Camp Butler,Mar.11,1865
Stevens, Benjamin DeWitt, IA Jan. 27, 1865 MO Sept. 5, 1865
Stillwell, Robert J. Peoria Jan. 26, 1865 "
Steward, Francis M. Morristown Jan. 28, 1865 "
St. Clare, George H. Marcelline Feb. 11, 1865 Died Nashville,Mar.21,1865
Stone, William A. Big Neck Feb. 15, 1865 Died Camp Butler,Mar.4,1865
Thompson, A. W. Ursa " MO Sept. 5, 1865
Turner, John Minersville Jan. 26, 1865 "
Taylor, Clay Prairie City Feb. 8, 1865 "
Tarr, James F. Marcelline Feb. 9, 1865 "
Thompson, Leander Galesburg Feb. 11, 1865 Deserted Feb. 16, 1865
Uppole, William H Peoria Feb. 4, 1865 MO Sept. 5, 1865
Uppole, John Peoria " "
Uppole, John H. Harker's Corner " "
Wyman, Joseph Webster Feb. 9, 1865 "
Wier, Robert T. Galva Feb. 2, 1865 Absent sick at MO of Regiment
Wheeler, Lewis Peoria Feb. 1, 1865 MO Sept. 5, 1865
Watson, Abraham Clayton Feb. 2, 1865 "
Wartick, William C. Houston Feb. 13, 1865 "
Recruits:
Anderson, William M. Quincy Feb. 11, 1865 "
Burns, William Quincy Feb. 5, 1865 "
Taylor, James Quincy Feb. 3, 1865 Promoted QM Sgt.

 

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