Pension – George Morhart, Civil War

Civil War Pension File Abstract / GEORGE MORHART, Woodford Co, IL; Johnson Co, MO He was born in Woodford Co, IL and lived in Adams Co, IL and later, in Johnson Co, MO. GEORGE MORHART, Private, Co E 18th Illinois Infantry Cert. No. 1,132,404 Enlisted Feb 27, 1865 at...

G. A. R. – John Wood Post No. 96, Quincy – 1913

G. A. R. – John Wood Post, Quincy John Wood Post No. 96, Quincy. Adams, J. E., A 137 Ill. Inf. Adamson, J. N., A 130 Ind. Inf. Bachmann, A. D., D 50 Ill Inf. Bissel, W., C 58 Ill. Inf. Boggess, J., B 14 Ill. Inf. Bornmann, H., H 43 Ill. Inf. Brewer, W. T., B 49...

Adams County Illinois Military Records

Revolutionary War era up to about 1860 Revolutionary War Pension Gideon Burdick Veteran Land Grants Captain David Crow’s Company, 1832 Captain J W Kenney’s Company, 1832 Captain William G Flood’s Company, 1832 Captain Pierce’s Company, 1832...

Revolutionary War Pension – Gideon Burdick

Birth: 6 Nov 1762 Hopkinton, Washington, RI Death: 5 Apr 1846 Quincy, Adams, Il Gideon Burdick was a drummer boy in George Washington’s army. He served as an enlisted man in the Regiment of New York Continental Line, as an enlisted man in Col. William Malcombs...

Quincy Riflemen in 1846

A list of men who volunteered to be a part of the “Mormon Wars” out of Quincy, Illinois. Officers Morgan, James D. – Captain Prentiss, Benjamin M. – First Lieutenant Henry, William Y. – Second Lieutenant Everett, Charles – Third...

James Conners Land Grant for service in War of 1812

Information on Land Grant for service in War of 1812 in IL. Detailed Information Purchaser: CONNER JAMES Residence of Purchaser: UNKNOWN Social Status: Legal Description: Aliquot Parts or Lot: NE Section Number: 20 Township: 02N Range: 08W Meridan: 4 County of...

Military Land Grants in Adams County, Illinois

Soldiers of the War of 1812 Some military land grants in Adams County Illinois for Soldiers of the War of 1812 Name: Barton, Joseph Regiment: Ohio Militia Granted to: Joseph Barton Name: Cather, Robert Regiment: Brown’s Company Pennsylvania Militia Death: before...

Clayton Men Liable for Draft in WW1

The following are numbers drawn in  Washington last Friday which correspond with the boys’ numbers who will get their mail through Clayton post office. These will be most liable for first call for army service. Some of them will be exempted for reasons coming...