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  • Civil War soilder names starting with 'STE'
    Series 1200 box 195 11 13 STEEN Martin T IA 38th Inf Co E Residence Decorah Winneshiek County Iowa Born near Oslo Norway on 13 Feb 1834 One of the sons of Throne 1802 1865 and Ingeborg Terptad 1804 1888 Steen of Glenwood Township east of Decorah Iowa Civil War Age 28 Enlisted for three years on 14 Aug 1862 Mustered 4 Nov 1862 at Dubuque Iowa Private Fought in the siege of Vicksburg Mississippi in July 1863 Took part in the assault on Fort Morgan in 1864 Promoted Sergeant 1 Jul 1864 Transferred to Iowa 34th amp 38th Infantry Consolidated Company K on 1 Jan 1865 He also was in the battles of Spanish Fort Alabama and Fort Blakeley Alabama Wounded at Fort Blakeley Took part in the capture of Mobile Alabama in Apr 1865 Mustered out 15 Aug 1865 at Houston Texas Post war He went to Buena Vista County Iowa Married Martha Marie Blilie daughter of Peder and Marie Blilie on 19 Jun 1871 at Buena Vista Ten children In 1875 he moved to Lake Mills Iowa Farmed until retiring in 1907 Died 16 Jan 1918 in Frankville Township near Decorah Iowa of a stroke suffered four days earlier Buried at Pontoppidan Lutheran Cemetery Glenwood Township near Decorah Sources ISW V p486 920 Steen Family History by Orlando C Scholl publ 1964 Ulvestad p261 DGA obituary Stein Martin STEEN Ole From Ringerike Norway Civil War Private Post war Died at Steen Rock County Minnesota before 1907 Sources Ulvestad p330 STEEN Ole I Born in Osterdalen Norway Civil War Post war Went to Norman County Minnesota about 1880 Married Lena Larson of Elkader Iowa about 1885 Six children Sources Norman County History Book section written by Fern Skare Steen STEEN Ole P WI 4th Cav Co D Residence Neenah Juneau County Wisconsin Born in Norway Civil War Blacksmith Age 28 Unmarried Blue eyes blond hair light complexion 5 5½ Enlisted for three years on 21 Mar 1864 at Baton Rouge Louisiana Mustered there the same day Private Discharged from the service 30 Nov 1865 by order of the War Department Sources WHS red book vol 4a p108 STEEN Otto From Toten Norway Civil War Private Lived at Lincoln County South Dakota Sources Ulvestad p330 STEEN Otto F WI 15th Inf Co K Residence Glenwood Township Winneshiek County Iowa Born 21 Jan 1846 near Oslo Norway Came to America in 1853 with his parents Throne and Ingeborg Terptad Steen who settled in Glenwood Township east of Decorah Iowa There were eight Steen brothers and six of them were in the Union Army Civil War Unmarried Enlisted for three years on his 16th birthday 21 Jan 1862 in Winneshiek County and mustered at Madison Wisconsin 11 Feb 1862 Private Otto was his regiment s youngest man He was promoted to Corporal 1 Jul 1862 He was with the provisions transport from Stevenson Alabama in October 1863 Was on recruiting duty in December 1863 Took part in the battles of Perryville Kentucky Oct 1862 Stone s River 31 Dec 1862 and 1 Jan 1863 Chickamauga Sep 1863 Missionary Ridge 1863 Promoted to Sergeant on 1 Apr 1864 Wounded and taken prisoner in the battle at New Hope Church Georgia 27 May 1864 Was a prisoner in Andersonville Georgia for nine months When he was liberated on 25 Feb 1865 he was said to be very frail little more than skin and bones Mustered out at Madison Wisconsin 14 Apr 1865 Post war He went to Wahoo Nebraska and operated a hardware store with his brother John He married Emma C Hough Young 1849 1943 on 22 Jul 1874 at Eldorado Iowa They had four children Emma came into the marriage with a daughter from her first marriage They moved to Boise Idaho in 1916 Otto died 3 Sep 1930 at Boise and was buried at Morris Hill Cemetery in Boise Emma born in Norway in 1849 died in Boise in 1943 Sources WHS Series 1200 box 76 12 red book vol 20 p14 Ulvestad p261 Buslett p643 photo DGA Ager p221 photo p319 Steen Family History by Orlando C Scholl publ 1964 ancestry com Obituary Idaho Statesman Boise ID 4 Sep 1830 STEEN Rufus NB 1st Inf Co K Residence Omaha Nebraska Rufus Floyd Steen was born in Omaha Nebraska 20 Apr 1875 the son of Civil War veteran Otto Steen and his wife Emma Spanish American War Private Post war Lived for a time in San Antonio Texas Married Althea Helen Ott 1886 1933 on 20 Apr 1922 They lived in Boise Idaho He died 20 Apr 1943 and is buried in Morris Hill Cemetery Sources Ulvestad p330 STEEN T P See STONE T P STEEN Theodore IA 12th Inf Co G Residence Decorah Winneshiek County Iowa Born 20 Nov 1838 near Oslo Norway Theodore was one of the six Civil War sons of Throne and Ingeborg Terptad Steen of Glenwood Township east of Decorah Iowa Civil War Age 23 Enlisted 21 Oct 1861 Mustered 5 Nov 1861 at Dubuque as a Corporal Took part in the capture of Fort Henry and Fort Donelson Tennessee in Feb 1862 Missing in battle 6 Apr 1862 Shiloh Tennessee He had been captured by Rebel forces and sent to Libby Prison Richmond Virginia He was paroled 28 May 1862 Was released from parole on 31 Oct 1862 Was back on the company rolls November 1862 listed as absent sick As of January 1863 he was listed as present and on duty Took part in the siege of Vicksburg Mississippi the capture of Jackson Mississippi Aug 1863 and the campaign for Meridian Mississippi in Nov 1863 Re enlisted as a Veteran Volunteer 25 Dec 1863 Took part in the battle of Tupelo Mississippi 13 15 Jul 1864 and the battle of Nashville Tennessee 14 15 Dec 1864 Was in the battle for Spanish Fort Alabama 12 Apr 1865 Promoted Sergeant 1 Mar 1865 Mustered out 20 Jan 1866 at Memphis Tennessee Post war Married Ellena Suckow on 28 May 1866 at Fort Dodge Iowa Two children Lived in Buena Vista county Iowa then moved to Nebraska Died 28 Sep 1880 at Omaha Nebraska Buried in Greenwood Cemetery Wahoo Nebraska Sources ISW II p531 Ulvestad p261 DGA Steen Family History by Orlando C Scholl publ 1964 STEEN Theron H His parents were from Bo Norway Spanish American War Private He was Chief Bugler Sources Ulvestad p330 STEENERSEN Knud From Hallingdal Norway Civil War Private Wounded Post war Lived at Fosston Minnesota Sources Ulvestad p330 STEENERSEN Knud Born Knut Steenersen Haugen in Krodsherad Norway in 1841 Came to America in 1849 Civil War Private Post war Lived in Clayton County Iowa Sources Ulvestad p330 Rokke STEENERSEN Ole His parents were from Telemarken Norway Spanish American War Private Post war Died at Dalton Minnesota before 1907 Sources Ulvestad p330 STEENERSON Arne From Gudbrandsdalen Norway Civil War Private Post war Lived in Reynolds North Dakota Sources Ulvestad p330 STEENERSON Even Civil War Private Post war Lived in Sherburne County Minnesota Sources Ulvestad p330 STEENERSON Halvor MN 10th Inf Civil War Private Died in Chicago Illinois in 1865 Sources Ulvestad p330 STEENSBY Erik C WI 15th Inf Co C Residence Norway Township Racine County Wisconsin Civil War Age 41 Married Enlisted for three years on 31 Oct 1861 at Waterford Wisconsin and mustered at Madison Wisconsin on 2 Dec 1861 Private Served on military police duty 20 Dec 1862 Sick in hospital at Murfreesboro from 16th to 26th of March 1863 Mustered out with C Company at 1 Jan 1865 at Chattanooga Tennessee Post war Buried in Jefferson Prairie Cemetery Clinton Wisconsin Sources WHS red book vol 20 p50 Buslett p429 Ulvestad p330 Ager p300 Meeker Hedberg Stensby Erik Stensby Erick O Stensbye Erick STEENSLAND Asbjorn WI 46th Inf Co F Residence Moscow Iowa County Wisconsin Enlistment credited to Fulton Rock County Born 1833 at Steensland farm Hjelmeland Rogaland Norway a son of Erik Asbjornsen and Ingeborg Olsdatter Came to America in 1854 Civil War Age 31 Farmer Married Brown hair light complexion 5 7 Enlisted for one year on 14 Feb 1865 at Madison Wisconsin and mustered there on 16 Feb 1865 Bounty 100 33 33 paid Private On detached service at Indian Creek railroad since 23 Jun 1865 Mustered out with this Company on 27 Sep 1865 at Nashville Tennessee Post war Lived at Moscow Iowa County in 1880 with his wife and eight children He was a brother to Ole Steensland of WI 15th Inf Co E Sources WHS Series 1200 box 186 7 12 22 red book vol 51 Ulvestad p330 email from Bjarne Jormeland Tananger Norway forwarded by Scott Cantwell Meeker Steenland Ashbyon E STEENSLAND Ole WI 15th Inf Co E Residence Moscow Iowa County Wisconsin Ole Steensland was born 29 Apr 1842 at farm Steinsland in Hjelmeland Rogaland Norway son of Erik Asbjornson who was born 1799 in Aakre Ullensvang Hardanger and his wife Ingeborg Olsdatter who was born 1809 at farm Borve in Ullensvang They came to America in 1854 He was a brother of Asbjorn Steensland of WI 46th Inf Co F Civil War Age 19 Unmarried Enlisted for three years on 28 Oct 1861 in Iowa County Mustered 8 Dec 1861 at Madison Wisconsin Private Missing in Battle of Chickamauga Georgia 20 Sep 1863 Taken up from missing on 30 Jun 1864 when it was learned that he was a prisoner of war in Richmond Virginia He spent more than 19 months in Libby and Andersonville prisons He was exchanged out of Andersonville on 1 Apr 1865 Discharged 30 May 1865 Post war Died at Blanchardville Wisconsin on 15 Aug 1902 and was buried at Perry Daleyville Wisconsin Sources WHS Series 1200 box 76 7 red book vol 20 p78 TAR Buslett p493 Ulvestad p330 Ager p166 photo p306 Gjertveit Wisconsin Cemetery Records ancestry com email from Bjarne Jormeland Tananger Norway forwarded by Scott Cantwell Meeker Stensland Ole STEENSON Christian IL 82nd Inf Co I Residence Chicago Cook County Illinois Born in Bergen Norway Civil War Clerk Age 28 Unmarried Blue eyes light hair fair complexion 5 10 Enlisted for three years on 15 Aug 1862 at Chicago Mustered 29 Oct 1862 at Camp Butler Illinois Private Mustered out 9 Jun 1865 at Washington DC Sources ILSA reel 7 p73 STEENSON Hans H IA 3rd Inf Co D Residence Winneshiek County Iowa Born Hans Stensen Hauge 1836 on a Hauge farm at Strandvik near Bergen Norway Came to Iowa in 1856 Applied for citizenship in 1859 in Winneshiek County Civil War Age 24 Enlisted on 20 May 1861 as a member of the Decorah Guards Mustered 8 Jun 1861 Private Killed in action on 6 Apr 1862 at Shiloh Tennessee Sources ISW I p379 Decorah Republican 27 Jul 1865 Winneshiek County Volunteers Decorah Public Opinion Tue 18 Apr 1939 p2 James Skurdall Luther College Decorah Iowa Stenson Hans H Hauge Hans STEENSRUD Ole Civil War Post war Buried at Vermont Mt Horeb Wisconsin stone reads 2 Sep 1827 17 Nov 1919 Sources Wisconsin Cemetery Records Steensrud Ole Andrias STEER Christopher H IA 10th Inf Co K Residence Second Congressional District Born in Denmark Civil War Age 26 Enlisted as a substitute on 27 Sep 1864 Mustered the same day Private Mustered out 22 May 1865 at New York City New York Sources ISW II cd p113 STEESON Charles CSS Alabama CSA Born in Sweden Civil War Able Seaman Killed in action off Cherbourg France 19 Jun 1864 Sources www borgerkrigen info STEFFES Reinert WI 15th Inf Co F Residence Manitowoc County Wisconsin Civil War Age 18 Unmarried Enlisted for three years on 31 Dec 1861 at Manitowoc Wisconsin and mustered at Madison Wisconsin 5 Jan 1862 Private Sick in Nashville Tennessee in Dec 1862 Taken prisoner at Chickamauga Georgia 20 Sep 1863 and died of chronic diarrhea in Andersonville Prison 3 Jul 1864 Buried there in grave 2814 Sources WHS Series 1200 box 76 8 red book vol 20 p92 Buslett p518 GPO p187 Prisoners who died at Andersonville Prison Atwater List publ 1865 STEINSON Andrew See SIMPSON Andrew STEINSON Stein See STANSON Stein STEINSRUD Peter IL 82nd Inf Co I Residence Chicago Cook County Illinois Born in Christiane Norway Civil War Goldsmith Age 25 Unmarried Blue eyes light hair fair complexion 5 5 Enlisted for three years on 28 Jul 1862 at Chicago Mustered 29 Oct 1862 at Camp Butler Illinois Private Mustered out 9 Jun 1865 at Washington DC Sources ILSA reel 7 p73 Unsure of surname STEMGRIMSON Jacob IA 21st Inf Co D Residence Elkader Iowa Born in Norway Civil War Age 22 Enlisted 15 Aug 1862 Mustered 22 Aug 1862 Private Killed in action 22 May 1863 Vicksburg Mississippi Sources ISW III p538 STENE Carl Olson WI Civil War Private Killed in Action Sources Coon Valley publ 1928 by Upper Coon Valley Norwegian Lutheran Church STENERSEN Ole S WI 27th Inf Co H Residence Perry Dane County Wisconsin Born in Christiansand Norway Civil War Farmer Age 19 Blue eyes light hair light complexion 5 7½ stout build Enlisted for three years on 15 Aug 1862 at Perry Mustered 25 Oct 1862 at Milwaukee Wisconsin Private Sick at Memphis since 25 Jul 1863 from 31 Jul 1863 monthly report Left sick on hospital boat at Paducah Kentucky 27 Jul 1863 Died of typhoid fever at hospital number three at Paducah on 3 Sep 1863 Sources WHS Series 1200 boxes 129 10 19 130 10 131 4 red book vol 32 Love p1104 Stenerson Ole STENERSON Arnest WI 3rd Inf Co I Born in Norway Civil War Farmer Age 27 Blue eyes light hair light complexion 6 1 Substitute Enrolled for one year on 23 Aug 1864 at Prairie du Chien Wisconsin and mustered there that same day Private Discharged from the service 9 Jun 1865 Post war Lived in Reynolds Grand Forks County North Dakota Suffered bad health Was receiving a pension Sources WHS red book vol 9 p184 WPA North Dakota Historical Data Project Stenerson Arne STENERSON Even WI 33rd Inf Co H Residence Skinner Rock County Wisconsin Born in Norway Civil War Farmer Age 18 Unmarried Blue eyes brown hair light complexion 5 3 light build Enlisted for three years on 15 Aug 1862 at Plymouth Wisconsin Mustered 18 Oct 1862 at Racine Wisconsin Bounty paid at muster 25 of 100 total Private This soldier has been with his Reg t in all its marches and battles Sources WHS Series 1200 box 151 10 14 red book vol 38 Stinerson Even STENERSON Nils See STENSON Nils STENERSON Stener US Army Born in Norway son of Steiner Turtledahl First World War Died on 14 Oct 1918 of flu at Camp Funston Kansas about age 24 Buried in Dell Rapids South Dakota Cemetery lot 30 block 11 grave 3 Sources SDSHS WPA Veterans Cemetery Records Minnehaha County STENGRIMSON Jacob IA 21st Inf Co D Residence Elkader Iowa Born in Sigdal Norway Civil War Age 22 Enlisted 15 Aug 1862 Mustered 22 Aug 1862 Private Killed in action 22 May 1863 at Vicksburg Mississippi Sources ISW III cd Ulvestad p330 STENISON Canute IA 16th Inf Co E Residence Iowa Born in Norway Civil War Age 37 Enlisted 18 Nov 1864 Mustered 18 Nov 1864 Private Mustered out 19 Jul 1865 Louisville Kentucky Post war In 1885 Knut Stennerson was living in Sioux Rapids Iowa Sources ISW II p1179 XSS Iowa p316 STENNERSON Knut See STENISON Canute STENSBY Erick O See STEENSBY Erik E STENSDAL Lars MN 2nd Battery Civil War Private Post war Dead before 1907 Sources Ulvestad p330 STENSEN Henry WI 27th Inf Co H Residence Perry Dane County Wisconsin Born in Agerhus Norway Civil War Farmer Age 23 Blue eyes light hair light complexion 5 6½ stout build Enlisted for three years on 15 Aug 1862 at Perry Mustered 25 Oct 1862 at Milwaukee Wisconsin Private Left sick at Helena Arkansas 13 Aug 1863 Absent sick at Little Rock Arkansas general hospital since 23 Mar 1864 Company records dated 11 May 1865 show that Private Henry Stenson died of bronchitis and chronic dysentery at his home in Belleville Dane County Wisconsin on 25 Jul 1864 Sources WHS Series 1200 boxes 129 10 17 130 10 131 4 red book vol 32 Stenson Henry STENSHOL Ludvig MN 6th Inf Indian War Private Sources Ulvestad p330 STENSHOL Ole Civil War Private Was shot in the chest in Tennessee during the war Sources Ulvestad p330 STENSON Nils WI 15th Inf Co I Residence Chicago Illinois Born in Denmark Civil War Age 39 Unmarried Carpenter Blue eyes light hair light complexion 5 7 Enlisted for three years on 10 Oct 1861 at Chicago and mustered at Madison Wisconsin 15 Nov 1861 into Company A as a Corporal Was with the provisions transport from Stevenson Alabama in October 1863 Was assigned as standard bearer in 1864 Promoted to Sergeant on 1 Apr 1864 Wounded in an arm at New Hope Church Georgia 27 May 1864 and died of his wound in Chattanooga Tennessee 8 Jul 1864 Sources WHS Series 1200 boxes 76 11 77 1 red book vol 20 p126 Buslett p608 Ulvestad p261 Meeker Stenerson Nils Steenson Nils STENSON Ole See STONSON Ole STENSRIED Ole A A WI 43rd Inf Co I Residence Vermont Dane County Wisconsin Enlistment credited to Dunn Dane County Born in Sondre Aurdal Norway Civil War Farmer Age 38 Married Blue eyes light hair light complexion 5 6 Enlisted for one year on 2 Sep 1864 at Madison Wisconsin Mustered 12 Sep 1864 at Milwaukee Wisconsin Private Wounded Mustered out with his company on 24 Jun 1865 at Nashville Tennessee Post war Died in Black Earth Wisconsin before 1907 Sources WHS Series 1200 box 178 10 red book vol 48 blue book 49 Ulvestad p330 Stensrud Ole STENSRUD Andreas From Sondre Aurdal Valders Norway Civil War Private Post war Lived at Black Earth Wisconsin Sources Ulvestad p330 STENSRUD Petter From Hamar Norway Civil War Private Post

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  • Civil War soilder names starting with 'STI'
    Age 27 Blue eyes light hair light complexion 6 1 Service dates unreadable due overtape Substitute for Abraham Peterson Linden Iowa County Wisconsin Private Sources WHS Series 1200 box 12 2 STIANSON Lars WI 15th Inf Co C Residence Milwaukee Milwaukee County Wisconsin Civil War Age 27 Unmarried Enlisted for three years on 19 Oct 1861 at Milwaukee and mustered at Madison Wisconsin on 2 Dec 1861 Private Sick in Bowling Green Kentucky 17 Sep 1862 Died of disease in Louisville Kentucky on 9 Nov 1862 Buried in Cave Hill National Cemetery Louisville area 2 section 13 grave 10 Sources WHS Series 1200 boxes 76 5 77 8 red book vol 20 p50 Buslett p430 Ulvestad p330 Ager p300 Stinson Lars STIME Henry O From Vik in Sogn Norway Civil War Private Post war Lived at Capron Illinois Sources Ulvestad p330 STINSON Lars See STIANSON Lars STE STJ Share This Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Tumblr Share on Google Email this Page Collections What Is In Vesterheim s Collections Visit Special Collections and Archives Virtual Galleries Civil War Database Soldiers Names Abbreviations Data Clues Database Sources Acknowledgments Home Collections Civil War Database S STI Listings Visit Exhibitions

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  • Civil War soilder names starting with 'STO'
    three years on 28 Sep 1861 at Beloit and mustered at Madison Wisconsin 13 Dec 1861 Assigned as Corporal Sick in hospital at Cincinnati Ohio 11 Jul 1862 Disappeared from hospital in New Albany Indiana 10 Oct 1862 Post war In 1890 he was living in Linden Brown County Minnesota as Ole Stone Sources WHS Series 1200 box 76 9 red book vol 20 p98 Buslett p543 Ulvestad p265 Ager p313 Stenson Ole Stone Ole STORBAKKEN John WI Residence Upper Coon Valley Vernon County Wisconsin Civil War Private Sources Coon Valley publ 1928 by Upper Coon Valley Norwegian Lutheran Church Coon Valley WI STORBAKKEN Omund WI Residence Upper Coon Valley Vernon County Wisconsin Civil War Private Killed in Action Sources Coon Valley publ 1928 by Upper Coon Valley Norwegian Lutheran Church Coon Valley Wisconsin STORDAHL Niels P WI 44th Inf Co E Residence La Crosse La Crosse County Wisconsin Born in Trondhjem Norway Civil War Farmer Age 38 Blue eyes sandy hair flushed complexion 5 10 Enlisted for one year on 17 Feb 1865 at La Crosse Mustered the same day Bounty 100 33 33 paid Private Post war Lived at North La Crosse Wisconsin Sources WHS Series 1200 box 180 6 Ulvestad p331 STORDAHL Niels P WI 53rd Inf Co D Residence Barre La Crosse County Wisconsin Born in Norway Civil War Farmer Age 38 Blue eyes sandy hair flushed complexion 5 10 Enlisted for one year on 17 Feb 1865 at La Crosse Wisconsin Mustered there the same day Bounty 100 33 33 paid Private On 10 Jun 1865 at Pleasant Hill Missouri he and his company were merged into the WI 51st Sources WHS Series 1200 box 201 5 STORDAK Amund From Fron Gudbrandsdalen Norway Civil War Private Died in a hospital near the end of the war Sources Ulvestad p331 Stordakken Amund STORDAK John From Fron Norway Civil War Private Post war Lived at Westby Wisconsin Sources Ulvestad p331 Stordakken John STORDOCK H G From Nummedal Norway Civil War Private Post war Died at Rothsay Minnesota before 1907 Sources Ulvestad p331 STOREN Alexander IL 89th Inf Co D Residence Chicago Cook County Illinois Born in Norway Civil War Carpenter Age 38 Gray eyes dark hair fair complexion 6 1 Enlisted for three years on 3 Jan 1864 at Chicago and mustered there on 8 Jan 1864 Private Died of scurvy in Andersonville Prison Georgia 11 Sep 1864 Grave number is 8451 Sources ILSA reel 8 p18 Prisoners who died at Andersonville Prison Atwater List publ 1865 STOREVIG Tollef T From Valestrand Bergens Diocese Norway Civil War Private Post war Lived in Taylor Wisconsin Sources Ulvestad p331 STORKELSON Ole MN 1st Battalion Inf Co A Residence not shown Born in Norway Civil War Age 32 Enrolled 29 Feb 1864 Mustered the same day Private Died 9 Dec 1864 at Washington D C Sources MINN p536 MCIW p68 STORKSON Nils WI 15th Inf Co I Residence Norway Grove Dane County Wisconsin Born at Tysnæs Norway Civil War Private

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  • Civil War soilder names starting with 'STR'
    Genealogical Books Brooklyn Park Minnesota STRAND Ole E MN 7th Inf Co G Residence Goodhue County Minnesota Born in Hallingdal Norway Civil War Age 24 Enrolled 15 Aug 1862 Mustered 2 Oct 1862 Corporal Died 26 Nov 1864 in Memphis Tennessee Sources MINN p347 MCIW p381 Ulvestad p265 STRAND Ole E WI 14th Inf Co I Born 1845 From Valders Norway Civil War Enlisted 30 Jan 1862 Private Discharged 9 Oct 1865 Post war Married to Nettie Thoreson who died in 1880 Ole married again and moved to Longmont Colorado Died 14 Nov 1905 in Denver Colorado Buried 18 Nov 1905 in Mountain View Cemetery Longmont lot 2 block 29 Sources Ulvestad p331 Civil War Veterans Burial Records Boulder County Colorado by Sanford C Gladden Our Norwegian Ancestors by Anna Hong Rutt publ 1968 STRAND Oluf He was born in Norseland Minnesota of parents who had come from Aal Hallingdal Norway Spanish American War Private He died in Atlanta Georgia during the war Sources Ulvestad p331 STRAND Osten O WI 43rd Inf Co I Residence Dodgeville Iowa County Wisconsin Enlistment credited to Prairie du Chien Crawford County Born in Norway Civil War Age 36 Laborer Married Blue eyes light hair fair complexion 5 8 Enlisted as a substitute for one year on 3 Aug 1864 at Prairie du Chien Mustered there the same day Private Bounty 100 33 33 paid Sick in a hospital at Clarksville Tennessee 21 Dec 1864 Returned to the Company for duty at Elk River Bridge Tennessee 21 Feb 1865 Mustered out with his company on 24 Jun 1865 at Nashville Tennessee Sources WHS Series 1200 box 178 10 red book vol 48 blue book 49 STRAND Peter A MN 7th Inf Co C Residence Taylors Falls Chisago County Minnesota Born in Norway military records list Sweden Civil War Age 18 Enrolled 15 Aug 1862 Mustered 24 Nov 1862 Private Discharged from the service with his regiment 16 Aug 1865 Sources MINN p333 MCIW p375 Ulvestad p331 STRAND Sivert MN 1st Inf Co I Residence not shown Born in Norway Civil War Age 25 Enrolled 31 May 1862 Mustered the same day Private Discharged from the service for disability 10 Feb 1863 Sources MINN p44 MCIW p64 Ulvestad p331 Strandt Sivert STRANDEN Christopher Residence Jordan Township Green County Wisconsin Born Christopher Thorsen Stranden on 30 Jul 1842 at Nes Buskerud Norway son of Thor Sivertsen Stranden and Kari Christophersdatter He came to America with his parents and five siblings on Thracian sailing from Gothenburg Sweden and arriving in New York on 31 Jul 1848 They came to the Luther Valley settlement in Rock County Wisconsin and moved soon to Jordan Township Civil War Private Post war Lived in Iowa Sources Ulvestad p331 Naeseth 48 917 STRANDEN Lars WI 22nd Inf Co G Residence Jordan Township Green County Wisconsin Born Lars Thorsen Stranden on 18 Sep 1845 at Nes Buskerud Norway son of Thor Sivertsen Stranden and Kari Christophersdatter He came to America with his parents and

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  • Civil War soilder names starting with 'STU'
    Sources Ulvestad p331 STUGO Even Oleson MN 5th Inf Co C Residence Albert Lea Township Freeborn County Minnesota Born in Wisconsin Brother of Ole Oleson Stugo Civil War Age 18 Enrolled 17 Feb 1862 Mustered 18 Mar 1862 Private Died 14 Jul 1862 at Fort Ridgely Minnesota Sources MINN p242 MCIW p288 Ulvestad p331 FCHS Ulvestad states this man came from Telemarken Norway STUGO Ole Oleson MN 5th Inf Co C Residence Albert Lea Township Freeborn County Minnesota Born in Wisconsin Brother of Even Oleson Stugo Civil War Age 19 Enrolled 17 Feb 1862 Mustered 18 Mar 1862 Private Died 16 Jun 1863 in Division Hospital at Chickasaw Springs Mississippi Sources MINN p242 MCIW p288 Ulvestad p331 FCHS Ulvestad states this man came from Telemarken Norway STUMLIEN Martinus H Martinus Haavardsen Stumlien came to America in the 1850s He was a brother to Hans and Jacob who had come to Coon Valley in 1848 Martinus came to America in the 1850s Civil War Volunteer Unmarried Private Sources Oudenstad p119 158 Stumlien Martinus Hovelsen Stumlien Martinus Haavardsen STR STY Share This Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Tumblr Share on Google Email this Page Collections What Is In Vesterheim

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  • Civil War soilder names starting with 'STY'
    to work in the pine woods near Monnie Wisconsin Civil War He enlisted from Monnie on 28 Apr 1861 Private Wounded at Wilderness Virginia Mustered out 1865 Post war Married Wife Ingeborg Bottolfson Ole died 13 Jan 1905 and is buried in Central Freeborn Church Cemetery Sources Ulvestad p331 FCHS Olson Ole STU SUB Share This Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Tumblr Share on Google Email this

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  • Civil War soilder names starting with 'SUC'
    1854 moved to Springfield Township Winneshiek County Iowa Civil War Age 19 Enlisted 5 Jan 1864 Mustered 5 Jan 1864 Private Transferred to Iowa 34th amp 38th Infantry Consolidated Company K on 1 Jan 1865 Mustered out 15 Aug 1865 Houston Texas Post war Married 11 Aug 1865 to Johanna Drang They had a son John born in Iowa Lived at Rapid City Pennington County South Dakota Sources ISW V p486 920 Ulvestad p331 Naeseth 45 341 Rootsweb Anna Claxton Suckow Fredrick SUCKSTORFF Hans WI 2nd Cav Co B Residence La Crosse County Wisconsin Born 7 Jun 1844 in Valders Norway son of Christian Fredrick Suckstorff and Christiana Tomena Jacobs Suckstorff His father died when he was nine His mother he and a brother Christian came to America in 1857 to La Crosse county Civil War Farmer Age 18 Enlisted on 1 Jan 1862 Mustered at Camp Washburne Milwaukee Wisconsin Private Mustered out with his company at Austin Texas 15 Nov 1865 Post war In 1866 he moved to Gilchrist Township Pope County Minnesota Married Lena Peterson One child Dorotha Lived at Terrace Minnesota Sources Biography in book about Pope County Minnesota photocopy of two pages sent by Karen Ann

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  • Civil War soilder names starting with 'SUH'
    Home at Hot Springs South Dakota Death due to marasumus emaciation Buried in the State Home Cemetery lot 19 grave 66 Sources SDSHS WPA Veterans Graves Registration Fall River County SUC SUN Share This Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Tumblr Share on Google Email this Page Collections What Is In Vesterheim s Collections Visit Special Collections and Archives Virtual Galleries Civil War Database Soldiers Names Abbreviations Data

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