Surnames - Abbott to Brown
Abbot, Harvey. Rejected Sept. 25, 1861, by mustering officer.
Ahern (Ahearn), John. Age 18. Residence Sioux City, nativity Connecticut. Enlisted Sioux City Iowa Cavalry Company June 8, 1863. Mustered out July 14, 1863. Transferred to Company L, Seventh Cavalry, July 14, 1863. Mustered out at Sioux City, Iowa June 22, 1866. Born July 4, 1846. Quite possibly re-enlisted and was at Fort Clark, Texas 1880. Obituary indicates retired Army. Lived in Dubuque, Iowa in 1885. Died November 21, 1916 at St. Louis, Missouri. Buried at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery, St. Louis County, Missouri.
Alexander, Leander. Rejected Sept. 26, 1861, by mustering officer.
Allen, George C. Rejected Sept. 25, 1861, by mustering officer.
Arthur, Homer D. Age 40. Residence Spirit Lake, nativity New York. Enlisted in the Iowa Sioux City Cavalry Company October 11, 1861 and mustered November 18, 1861. Transferred to Company I, Seventh Cavalry, July 14, 1863. Mustered out on November 23, 1864. Died February 26, 1909 at Spirit Lake, Dickinson County, Iowa. Buried at Lakeview Cemetery, Dickinson County, Iowa.
Dickinson County Resident
Borsch, Fredrick. Age 24. Residence Sioux City, nativity Prussia. Enlisted as a 2nd Bugler on September 25, 1861 at the age of 24. Enlisted in the Iowa Sioux City Cavalry Company on November 14, 1861. Transferred to Company I, Seventh Cavalry, July 14, 1863. Mustered out November 23, 1864, Sioux City, Iowa expiration of term of service. On some Civil War records as Fred Borsh. Member of Grand Army of the Republic, Calvin Duke Post No. 143, Sturgis, South Dakota. From "The Black Hills Illustrated, Part 3, Pages 54-81, ...at the World's Fair of 1893 the gold medal first prize for hard spring wheat was taken by Fred Borsch, a German living between Whitewood and Sturgis..." Civil War Pension record indicates wife Mary.
Brittingham, Joseph. On December 9, 1851 he enlisted in the U.S. Cavalry at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was discharged at Fort Randall, North Dakota on December 9, 1856. Nativity Pennsylvania. At age 34, enlisted as a Private on November 18, 1861 in Sioux City Regiment Iowa on November 18, 1861. Transferred to Company I, Seventh Cavalry, July 14, 1863. Mustered out of Company I on November 23, 1864 at Sioux City, Iowa. Receiving pension in 1895. Entered National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, Pacific Branch, Sawtelle (LA), California November 5, 1895. Died December 11, 1911 of TB. Buried in Section 20, Row I, Site 7 at Los Angeles National Cemetery, 950 South Sepulveda Boulevard, Los Angeles, Ca. 90049, (310)268-4675.
Disabled Volunteer Papers
Brown, Samuel. Age 26. Residence Sioux City, nativity Maryland [born about 1835]. Enlisted as a Private on September 27, 1861. Enlisted in Sioux City Regiment Iowa on November 15, 1861. Transferred to Company I, Seventh Cavalry, July 14, 1863. Mustered out November 23, 1864 at Sioux City at expiration of term of service. In 1870 Census he is in Sioux, Plymouth County, Iowa with wife Elizabeth born about 1848 in Ireland, daughters Jane born about 1865 and Ellen born about 1867.
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