IAGenWeb Project - Clayton co.


Company K
First Regiment Iowa Cavalry Veteran Volunteers
The "Union Rangers"
1861-1866

Brief history of the Company, Roster & soldier notes, Photos, Personal Sketches & Detatched Staff Reports


All notations appearing in [brackets] were added by the transcriber.

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Company K - The "Union Rangers"

Was enrolled in the county of Clayton, a portion coming from Allamakee and Winneshiek counties. It was organized at McGregor, with Robert L. Freeman as Captain; Dr. Thomas H. Barnes, afterward Captain, First, and Albert L. Freeman Second Lieutenants. Captain Freeman was a soldier in the Mexican war, and it was chiefly through his perservering efforts that the company was organized. It went into quarters May 15th, 1861. The following history of the organization of the company, by Captain Freeman, will be read with interest:

"The writer of this epistle was quietly and methodically pursuing his way in order to hew out his fortune, in the little hamlet of McGregor, on the border of the Mississippi river, in the State of Iowa, when a call for 75,000 men came from our lamented President Lincoln. Thinking my services might be of some little value, I commenced the formation of a company. A drum and fife were brought into requisition. The streets were daily paraded. The usual rugtag and bobtail of followers and boys trooped after the music. A company roster was made out and freely signed. Merchants, lawyers, doctors and artisans all seemed anxious to join. Meetings were held, patriotic speeches were delivered, in which sixty to ninety days were allowed to completely annihlate our Southern neighbors and drive what few of them were left back into the Union. It was decided to call the company the "Union Rangers," and your humble servant was selected to visit the Governor of the State in order to be incorporated at once into the army and sent to the front.

"In the meantime the 75,000 call had been filled. The battle of Bull Run had been fought and lost to us, and another call had been ordered. The Governor said no cavalry had been called for from Iowa as yet, but to go back and keep my company together, as they would certainly be called for. So I returned and waited patiently day after day, and finally, when patience was about exhausted, a telegram came notifying me to hold my company in readiness to report to Colonel Fitz Henry Warren, First Iowa Cavalry, at a moment's notice. Then came consternation in our camp - a general stampede and back-out of so large a number of the would-be soldiers on paper that it nearly depleted the company. But by the heroic efforts of those really in earnest the company was finally made up again and ready when the call came. The steamer War Eagle was chartered to carry us to Burlington, where we arrived August 1st, and were mustered into the service of the United States August 17th, 1861, as Company K, First Iowa Cavalry."

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Co. K
Roster & Soldier Notes

Name Notes
Adams, Allison Enlisted before muster; Teamster, died Nov. 18, 1863, Little Rock, Ark., dysentery
Allsbaugh, David A. Enlisted before muster
Anderson, Charles Enlisted after muster
Arnold, John F. Enlisted before muster; Private, discharged Mar 17, 1863, Springfield, disability
Atwood, Charles P. Enlisted before muster, Veteran re-enlistment 1864
Bailey, John A. Enlisted after muster, Veteran re-enlistment 1864
Baker, John F. Enlisted before muster
Ballou, Loyal E. Enlisted before muster; captured Dec 7, 1862
Barnes, Thomas H. Captain, line officer during the war. Personal sketch & photo
Benedict, Joseph Appears on the unassigned Veteran re-enlistment roll 1864; discharged Dec 1, 1865, disability
Berden, John Veteran re-enlistment 1864
Beyer, Christian F. Enlisted before muster
Bollman, Moses A. Enlisted before muster
Bolton, James Enlisted before muster
Bonham, Melvin Additional enlistment 1864
Borden, John Enlisted before muster
Bowers, William P. Enlisted before muster, Veteran re-enlistment 1864; discharged June 15, 1864 & promoted to Asst. Surgeon, 8th Missouri Cavalry
Bowman, Benton Enlisted before muster, Veteran re-enlistment 1864
Brant, Andris Enlisted before muster; transferred Sept 1, 1861 to Eng. Reg. of the West
Bricker, Edward G. or Edwin G. Enlisted before muster, Veteran re-enlistment 1864
Brooks, Henry P. Additional enlistment 1864
Brown, Richard W. Enlisted before muster
Burger, Harry O. Additional enlistment 1864
Burgess, Albert [Burgis] Additional enlistment 1864; killed Nov. 9, 1865, Austin, Texas, accidentally
Carpenter, Charles G. Enlisted after muster, Veteran re-enlistment 1864; killed Sept 27, 1864, Centralia, Mo., by guer.
Carpenter, Walter W. Enlisted before muster, Veteran re-enlistment 1864. Personal sketch & photo
Carrier, Charles Enlisted before muster; Bugler, died Aug 11, 1862, Clinton, Mo., typhoid fever
Case, Abner J. Enlisted before muster, Veteran re-enlistment 1864; discharged Oct 30, 1864, disability
Casey, Michael Enlisted before muster
Chambers, James Enlisted before muster; Far., captured Dec 7, 1862, Prairie Grove, Ark.
Chambers, Peter Enlisted before muster
Cheadle, Daniel D. Enlisted after muster
Christ, John B. Enlisted before muster
Clark, Ebenezer E. Does not appear on Co K muster or enlistment rolls; transferred Feb 1, 1862 to gunboat service [may be same man as Ebenezer E. Collins]
Clark, Henry Enlisted before muster; discharged Jan 10, 1862, disability
Claussen, Peter [Clausen] Enlisted before muster, Veteran re-enlistment 1864
Colley, Henry Additional enlistment 1863
Collins, Ebenezer E. Enlisted after muster [see Ebenezer E. Clark]
Crawford, John Additional enlistment 1863
Crumb, Oscar Enlisted before muster; killed April 14, 1862, Montevallo, Mo., in battle
Dayton, Geo. E. Enlisted before muster, promoted January 31st, 1863, Lieutenant Co C, Sixth Iowa Cavalry
Dobson, Palmer Enlisted after muster, Veteran re-enlistment 1864
Douglass, John Additional enlistment 1864
Dubois, Charles [Duboise] Enlisted before muster, 2nd Lieutenant, line officer during the war, Veteran re-enlistment 1864. Photo & detached staff report
Durbon, Daniel T. Additional enlistment 1864
Eastman, Erdix S. Enlisted before muster
Eastman, Geo. W.D. Additional enlistment 1864; died April 10, 1864, Memphis, Tenn.
Edwards, Barron Enlisted after muster, Veteran re-enlistment 1864
Ehlers, George W. [Ekle] Additional enlistment 1863; died Sept 28, 1864, Little Rock, Ark., typhoid fever
Fairchilds, Albert H. Enlisted before muster, Veteran re-enlistment 1864
Faris, Royal P. Additional enlistment 1864
Fay, Benjamin A. Enlisted after muster, Veteran re-enlistment 1864
Field, Albert R. Enlisted before muster
Filley, Nathan G. Appears on the unassigned Veteran re-enlistment roll 1864; discharged Mar 20, 1865, Little Rock, Ark., disability
Fitzsimmons, John Enlisted before muster; Sergt. Personal sketch & photo
Freeman, Albert L. 2nd Lieutenant, line officer during the war. Personal sketch, photo & detached staff report
Freeman, Robert L. Captain, line officer during the war. Personal sketch, photo & detached staff report
Fry, Samuel J. Additional enlistment 1864
Gardner, John L. Enlisted after muster, Veteran re-enlistment 1864
Gaytas, John [Graydas] [Gaydas] Enlisted before muster, Veteran re-enlistment 1864; wounded Apr 2, 1864, Antoine, Ark., discharged June 15, 1864
Gifford, William H.H. Appears on the Co I Additional enlistment roll 1865; died Jan 5, 1865, Little Rock, typhoid fever
Goodrich, Solomon Enlisted before muster; Cor., transferred Sept 1, 1861 to Eng. Reg. of the West
Graham, Alexander Enlisted before muster
Granger, Charles A. Enlisted before muster
Granger, Morris Enlisted after muster, Veteran re-enlistment 1864
Granger, Robert E. Enlisted after muster; killed Aug 27, 1863, Bayou Metoe.
Grantham, Albert C. Additional enlistment 1864
Green, Archibald Enlisted before muster, Veteran re-enlistment 1864; killed Aug 7, 1864, St. Joseph, Mo., personal affray
Hackenberg, Hiram Additional enlistment 1864
Harmon, Edward Enlisted before muster, Veteran re-enlistment 1864
Harris, Samuel or Stephen Enlisted after muster, Veteran re-enlistment 1864
Hartin, Thomas Enlisted after muster, Veteran re-enlistment 1864
Herriman, Warren B. Enlisted before muster
Holmes, John W. Additional enlistment 1864; died July 10, 1864, Little Rock, chronic diarrhoea
Howard, Freedom J. Additional enlistment 1864
Howorth, John L. [Howarth] Enlisted before muster, Veteran re-enlistment 1864
Howorth, Wm. Q. Enlisted before muster
Hurlbut, Edwin W. Enlisted after muster
Hyde, Edward Additional enlistment 1863; captured Dec. 8, 1863
Israel, John Does not appear on Co K muster or enlistment rolls; Wag., discharged Sept 16, 1862, general disability
Jameson, Samuel [Jamieson] Enlisted before muster, Veteran re-enlistment 1864
Jennings, David P. Enlisted after muster, Veteran re-enlistment 1864; discharged Mar 17, 1865, Davenport, disability
Jones, Henry M. Enlisted after muster, Veteran re-enlistment 1864
Joslyn, George M. Additional enlistment 1864; died July 17, 1864, Little Rock, typhoid fever
Keeler, Charles F. Enlisted before muster, 2nd Lieutenant, line officer during the war
Keene, Lewis Enlisted before muster
Kelley, Anthony Enlisted after muster
Kelley, George W. [Kelly] Enlisted after muster, Veteran re-enlistment 1864
Kelley, Wm. H. Enlisted before muster [see also Wm. M. Kelly]
Kelly, Wm. M. Does not appear on Co K muster or enlistment rolls, may be same man as Wm. H. Kelley; Cor. Died Sept 4, 1864, aboard steamer Burlington, int. fever
Kidder, John G. Enlisted before muster, Veteran re-enlistment 1864
Kinsley, Jason W. Enlisted before muster, Veteran re-enlistment 1864
Lewis, George Enlisted after muster, Veteran re-enlistment 1864
Logan, William Additional enlistment 1863
Lyon, Albert R. Enlisted before muster
Lyon, James H. Enlisted before muster
Lyon, J. A. Does not appear on Co K muster or enlistment rolls; Sergeant, wounded in the arm and shoulder April 14, 1862; discharged June 10, 1862, crippled for life; later served as Auditor of Iowa
Lyons, James A. Discharged May 12th, 1862 for wounds, promoted Lieutenant Co A, Twenty-seventh Iowa Infantry, October 3d, 1862
Mann, Melvin E. Enlisted before muster; Far., discharged Feb 1, 1862, disability
Martin, Seth Enlisted before muster; Cor., discharged Oct. 28, 1861, disability
Massiker, George K. Additional enlistment 1864
McArthur, Archibald Enlisted before muster; discharged Sept 15, 1861, disability
McClaskey, Alexander Enlisted before muster
McClaskey, Geo. H. Enlisted before muster
McGeorge, James R. Enlisted before muster
McMullin, Francis Enlisted after muster
Meadows, Alexander Enlisted after muster
Miller, Cornelius L. Additional enlistment 1863
Minert, David M. Enlisted before muster
Moore, Oscar Enlisted before muster, Veteran re-enlistment 1864; Com. Ser., died Nov. 18, 1865, Austin, Tex., chronic diarrhea
Morgan, Erastus Enlisted before muster, Veteran re-enlistment 1864
Muzzy, Wm. H. Enlisted before muster
Nilson, Foster Additional enlistment 1863
Oathout, George Enlisted after muster, Veteran re-enlistment 1864
Ogg, Leonidas Additional enlistment 1864
Orcutt, Vincent Enlisted before muster
Oswauld, Daniel C. Enlisted before muster
Paxson, John L. Enlisted before muster
Pease, Frank Enlisted after muster; Ser., discharged Jan. 10, 1864 to accept promotion as 1st Lieut. 3d Arkansas Cavalry. Detached staff report
Peeper, John Additional enlistment 1863
Perry, Malachi Additional enlistment 1864
Peters, John Additional enlistment 1864
Phelan, James Enlisted before muster
Phillips, Orrin A. Enlisted after muster, Veteran re-enlistment 1864
Plain, John Additional enlistment 1863
Porter, Jonathan R. Additional enlistment 1864; discharged Mar 28, 1865, Keokuk, disability
Post, John S. Enlisted before muster; discharged Mar 12, 1863, Springfield, physical disability
Powers, Oscar Enlisted before muster; died Sept 27, 1863, Little Rock, chronic diarrhoea
Prescott, Charles T. Enlisted before muster
Preston, Elijah G. Additional enlistment 1864
Rathburne, Benjamin B. Enlisted after muster, Veteran re-enlistment 1864
Reid, Lewis Enlisted after muster
Retsel, John Additional enlistment 1864
Reynolds, Edward Veteran re-enlistment 1864
Reynolds, Elias Additional enlistment 1864; died Oct 30, 1865, Hempstead, Texas, int. fever
Riter, Jacob Additional enlistment 1863
Roberts, Charles W. Additional enlistment 1864
Robey, Calvin A. Additional enlistment 1864
Robinson, George Additional enlistment 1863
Roe, Charles E. Additional enlistment 1864
Roenish, Charles Additional enlistment 1863
Russell, James M. Enlisted before muster, Captain, line officer during the war, Veteran re-enlistment 1864. Personal sketch & photo
Saucer, William H. Veteran re-enlistment 1864 [may be same man as Wm. E. Saucer]
Saucer, Wm. E. Enlisted before muster [see Wiliam H. Saucer]
Schaninghausen, L. Additional enlistment 1863
Schoolrud, Hans E. Additional enlistment 1864; died Aug 10, 1865, New Orleans, typhoid fever
Scott, George S. Enlisted before muster
Servose, Wm. Additional enlistment 1863
Sharp, Allen Enlisted before muster, Veteran re-enlistment 1864
Sheeley, John Enlisted before muster, Veteran re-enlistment 1864
Shelhamer, Jesse B. Additional enlistment 1864
Shipper, James Enlisted before muster
Sliter, Edward Enlisted before muster, Veteran re-enlistment 1864
Smith, George W. Enlisted after muster, Veteran re-enlistment 1864
Smith, Joel Enlisted before muster
Sowles, Hiram H. Enlisted before muster, 2nd Lieutenant, line officer during the war
Stanley, Benjamin G. Additional enlistment 1864
Stephenson, Samuel Enlisted before muster; discharged Sept 5, 1861, disability
Stillions, Samuel Enlisted before muster, Veteran re-enlistment 1864
Stone, Joseph Enlisted before muster, Chief Bugler, died May 17, 1862, Butler, Mo. of wounds to his leg
Stroud, Dudley Additional enlistment 1864
Swingle, Nicholas Additional enlistment 1864
Sylvester, John W. Enlisted before muster
Thayer, Jesse Additional enlistment 1864
Tiffany, Orville B. Additional enlistment 1863; died Nov 14, 1865, Austin, Texas, chronic diarr.
Tinkham, Wm. H. Enlisted before muster; Cor., died Sept. 29, 1863, Little Rock, Ark., int. fever
Trowbridge, Orson Enlisted after muster
Truman, John M. Enlisted after muster, Veteran re-enlistment 1864
Tupper, Thomas J. Enlisted after muster; wounded in the arm April 14, 1862, Montevallo, discharged Feb 24, 1863
Tussack, John Additional enlistment 1864
Virden, Lewis Enlisted after muster, Veteran re-enlistment 1864
Walker, William H. Enlisted before muster, Veteran re-enlistment 1864
Warner, Joseph Enlisted after muster; died Oct 23, 1863, Little Rock, chronic diarrhoea
Watson, Francis Enlisted after muster; transferred Feb 1, 1863 to gunboat services
Weikel, George Enlisted before muster, Veteran re-enlistment 1864
Wells, Alfred Enlisted after muster; discharged Feb 20, 1863, disability
Wheeler, Walter H. Additional enlistment 1864
Whitford, James Enlisted before muster; killed, April 14, 1862, Montevallo, Mo. in battle
Williams, Evan W. Additional enlistment 1864
Wolf, Harrison Enlisted before muster, Veteran re-enlistment 1864
Wood, James [Weed] Enlisted before muster; died Jan 27, 1863, Forsyth, Mo., typhoid fever
Wright, Samuel Veteran re-enlistment 1864

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Personal Sketches & Detatched Staff Reports

Captain Robert L. Freeman

Captain Robert L. Freeman

Personal Sketch

Robert L. Freeman was born in New Jersey in 1828. His family moved to Ohio a few years after his birth, but he did not remain there long. Mr. Freeman was possessed while young with a very roving disposition, and while still quite a lad ho served as cabin boy on a steamer between St. Louis and New Orleans. At the breaking out of the Mexican war he enlisted in the United States army and went to Mexico, where he was wounded by a bayonet and honorably discharged after five months' service. The Captain still bears the scar of the bayonet on his right arm, and he suffered for nearly two years with the wound. In 1849 he came to California on a hunt for gold, working on the Feather river and at Mokelumne Hill.

In 1851 he returned via the Isthmus route to Clayton county, Iowa. Here he entered into business and followed it successfully for five years. During his residence in Iowa he was married to Mary L. Arnold, who has since shared his joys and sorrows and is still his loving helpmeet. After being in business for some time, Mr. Freeman began the study of law, passed an examination and was admitted to practice in 1859.

At the breaking out of the war in 1861 he recruited Company K, First Iowa Cavalry, and served three years. After the war he was elected recorder of Clayton county, Iowa, and was re-elected to the same office for three more terms, serving in all four terms as county recorder.

In 1877 he removed to California, taking up his residence in Oakland. About five years ago he came to Tulare county. where he has resided ever since. He became Secretary of the Alta Irrigation District; and in 1889 was appointed Receiver of the United States Land Office at Visalia.

Detatched Staff Report - Captain Robert L. Freeman

Officer issuing order, Colonel H. Bertram, commanding First Brigade, Third Division, Seventh Army Corps. Number of order, unknown. Place of service: in the field directly after battle of Prairie Grove. Served under Colonel Bertram, Col. Clover, Colonel Daniel Anderson and others commanding the brigade. Nature of service: Acting Assistant Adjutant General. Provost Marshal, Clinton, several months, Captain James M. Russell. Officer issuing order, Lieutenant Colonel J.W. Caldwell. This order was left in the hands of Paymaster Major Smith. Place of service - first, while en route from St. Louis, Missouri, to Davenport, Iowa; second, Davenport, Iowa under Lieutenant Colonel Wm. N. Geer, superintendent of recruiting service in State of Iowa. Date of service, May 15th, 1864 to June 20th, 1864. Nature of service: first, in command of Company B; second, in charge of ordnance and ordnance stores of the First Iowa Cavalry while the regiment was at home on veteran furlough.


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Lieutenant Albert L. Freeman

Lieutenant Albert L. Freeman

Personal Sketch

Lieutenant Albert L. Freeman was born in New Jersey in 1836. Came to Ohio in 1842. Was educated in the high schools of Columbus. Ohio. Has lived in Indiana, in Illinois, in Wisconsin, in Minnesota, in Iowa, in Missouri, in Kansas, and now in Texas. Enlisted in 1861 in First Iowa Cavalry, at McGregor, Iowa. Has been a merchant, farmer, banker and stockman, and is now holding stock and in the mercantile business in the Pan Handle of Texas.

Detatched Staff Report - Lieutenant Albert L. Freeman

Officer issuing order, Colonel Dan Hueston. Place of service and with whom, Sedalia, Missouri, as Assistant Provost Marshal, with Lieutenant Crissy. Date of service, in the spring of 1863. Also at Osceola, Missouri, as Quartermaster and Commissary, in the summer of 1863, by order of Colonel Warren and Major Leffingwell, some two months.


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Captain Thos. H. Barnes

Captain Thos. H. Barnes

Personal Sketch

Dr. Thos. H. Barnes was born at Coshocton. Ohio, in 1832, and was reared on a farm until he was twenty years old, when he began the study of medicine at Oakland, Ohio, and afterwards graduated at the Iowa State University.

He settled at Volney, Iowa, about 1855, and moved to Waukon about 1858. He enlisted as a private in Company K, First Iowa Cavalry, April 15th, 1861, and resigned as Captain December 16th, 1864.

He returned to Waukon. and again entered upon his profession, in which he was very successful. He spent a great deal of time and money in experimental farming. and built the first silo in Iowa, in 1881. During 1871-2-3 he was chairman of the board of supervisors of Allamakee county. and in 1880 was elected to the State Legislature as Representative. His health failed soon after, caused mainly by injuries to the eyes received in service of his country. [Barnes dictated an accounting of the day he was wounded]

".... we went into camp for the night in a hotel, corralling our horses in the yard that surrounded the barn and house. Before daylight the Johnnies returned and renewed the scrimmage, keeping it up until daylight, when they retreated, after killing James H. Whitford and Oscar Crumb, of Company K, and severely wounding the writer in the hips and filling his eyes with fine broken glass by shooting buckshot through a window, the effect of which is to destroy his sight."

Dr. Barnes was married in 1854 to Miss Julia A. Orr. who died in 1859, leaving one daughter. Ida, now Mrs. L. A. Culbertson, of Ottumwa, Iowa. In 1862 he married Miss Marion E. Ferris, of Waukon, who died November 1st, 1886, leaving three children, Callie, William and Florence.

Dr. Barnes was a man of great liberality, a benefactor to the poor, and few men had more genuine friends in Allamakee county than he. He moved to his ranch near Lattin, Nebraska, in 1887, where he died June 2d, 1889, of general debility, caused by the hardships and wounds received in the service of his country. He was buried between two large pine trees on a sunny hillside—a place of his own choosing—on his ranch, where his body sleeps waiting the last great roll call.


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Captain James M. Russell

Captain James M. Russell

Personal Sketch

James Mitchell Russell was born July 12th, 1840, at Shelby, Ohio, and was educated in the common school. Moved with his parents to the State of Michigan in 1852,and in 1856 moved to Rossville, Allamakee county, Iowa. Enlisted on the 13th day of June, 1861, in Company K, First Iowa Cavalry. Served in the grades of corporal, sergeant, first sergeant, Second Lieutenant and Captain. Discharged with the regiment, March 16th, 1866, at Davenport, Iowa. Residence, Connellsville, Fayette county, Pennsylvania.


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Lieutenant Walter W. Carpenter

Lieutenant Walter W. Carpenter

Personal Sketch

Lieutenant W.W. Carpenter was born in St. Albans, Vermont, and came west with his parents to Wisconsin when it was a territory, and when thirteen years old ran away from home and was with the Menomonee Indians two years. In the meantime his father moved to Iowa, and he came home in 1860. At the first news of Fort Sumter being fired upon, he enlisted for three months and began recruiting a company in connection with Dr. T.H. Barnes, of Waukon, Iowa, but owing to the rush of troops farther south he could not get in, and shortly after enlisted in Company K, First Iowa Cavalry, for three years or during the war.


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Sergeant John Fitzsimmons

Sergeant John Fitzsimmons

Personal Sketch

John Fitzsimmons came to this country in 1850, from the county of Down, Ireland, and lived in Jones county till 1861, when he enlisted in Company K and was mustered in with the company at Burlington, and served with the regiment until 1864. Was mustered out at Davenport, September 9th, 1864. Rank, sergeant.


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2nd Lieutenant Charles DuBois

Second Lieutenant Charles DuBois

Detatched Staff Report - Second Lieutenant Charles DuBois

Officers issuing orders, Brigadier General Sturgis and Major General G.A. Custer. Number of orders - first, special No. 1, General Sturgis; second, special order No. 2. Places of service - first, Austin, Texas; second, San Antonio, Texas. Dates of service - first, December 4th, 1865 to January 15th, 1866; second, January 15th, 1865, to February, 1866. Nature of service, engineer and ordnance officer.


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Private Frank Pease

Detatched Staff Report - Private Frank Pease

Officer issuing order, H.H. Heath. Place of service and with whom, Clinton, Missouri; Provost Marshal and Quartermaster. Date of service, spring of 1862. Nature of service, captured the forms of a rebel paper, and printed off a lot of papers on the old forms, and then set up the other side with intensely Union matter, so the newspaper presented the anomaly of being one side rebel and one side loyal. (Papers sold lively.) Printing Provost Marshal and Quartermaster blanks.

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~source: "A History of the First Regiment Iowa Cavalry Veteran Volunteers, from its organization in 1861 to its muster out of the United States service in 1866", by Charles H. Lothrop, 1890; pgs 27, 28, 88, 307, 308, 344, 345, 346 & 347
~data extracted & transcribed by S. Ferrall for Clayton co. IAGenWeb

Researchers with an ancestor who was a member of Co K, or of another company in the 1st Regiment Iowa Cavalry Veteran Volunteers, will find much more information about the regiment in the book.

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