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  • Civil War soilder names starting with 'SYM'
    as a substitute for a man from Primrose Mustered there the same day Private Mustered out with his company on 24 Jun 1865 at Nashville Tennessee Sources WHS Series 1200 box 178 5 red book vol 48 blue book 49 Simonson Nils SYL SYN 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

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  • Civil War soilder names starting with 'SYN'
    Married in 1869 to Mrs Maret Moen a widow Died 11 Sep 1897 at his home in Martell Wisconsin Sources WHS Series 1200 box 58 13 Ulvestad p332 Unidentified obituary news clipping supplied by Evangeline Ecklund Upland California Synes Mikkel E Syness Michael SYNSTEGAARD B Spanish American War Private Post war Lived at Goodhue County Minnesota Died on Long Island before 1907 Sources Ulvestad p332 SYM SYS Share This Share

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  • Civil War soilder names starting with 'SYV'
    hospital at Mississippi River Island No 10 11 Jun 1862 Became unfit for service Discharged from the service for disability at Camp near Murfreesboro Tennessee on 9 Apr 1863 by order of Major General Rosecrans Post war Lived at Blanchardville Wisconsin Married 1868 to Elizabeth Sandsmark Died 1870 Married on 22 Dec 1873 to Inger Johannesdatter Hansen Bryngel died 8 Sep 1908 and was buried in York Memorial Lutheran Cemetery Green County This man may have returned to the service in 1864 to WI 46th Inf Co A as Severson Bringel See him Sources WHS Series 1200 box 76 7 red book vol 20 p78 TAR Buslett p493 Ager p306 Ulvestad p282 328 Meeker Wisconsin Cemetery Records Naeseth 44 567 Hedberg Fletre Bryngel Sjursen Syverson Bryndal Syvertsen Bryngel SYVERSON Carl WI 15th Inf Co B Residence Cambridge Dane County Wisconsin Born in Norway Civil War Age 29 Unmarried Laborer Blue eyes light hair light complexion 5 8 Enlisted for three years on 20 Nov 1861 at Madison Wisconsin and mustered there on 26 Nov 1861 Private Sick in Humboldt Tennessee Sick in Nashville Tennessee 8th and 9th of December 1862 Sick in Louisville Kentucky near the end of December 1862 Transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps at St Louis Missouri 6 Oct 1863 Discharged from the service from Company A 8th Regiment Veteran Reserve Corps 25 Nov 1864 in Chicago Illinois expiration of his term of service Sources WHS Series 1200 box 76 4 red book vol 20 p36 Buslett p399 Ulvestad p328 Ager p297 Syvertson Carl SYVERSON Christian WI 46th Inf Co D Residence Primrose Dane County Wisconsin Enlistment credited to Springvale Columbia County Born in Norway Civil War Age 34 Farmer Married Blue eyes light hair fair complexion 5 11 Enlisted for one year on 4 Feb 1865 at Madison Wisconsin and mustered there on 20 Feb 1865 Bounty 100 Private Promoted to Corporal on 2 Mar 1865 Mustered out with this Company on 27 Sep 1865 at Nashville Tennessee Sources WHS Series 1200 box 186 5 13 20 red book vol 51 Severson Christian Sieverson Christian SYVERSON Christopher WI 22nd Inf Co G Residence Jordan Green County Wisconsin Civil War Unmarried Age 20 Enlisted for three years on 2 Aug 1862 at Monroe Wisconsin Mustered 1 Sep 1862 at Camp Utley Racine Wisconsin Private Mustered out 12 Jun 1865 Post war Buried at Jordan stone reads 1845 1869 Sources WHS Series 1200 box 111 14 red book vol 27 Wisconsin Cemetery Records Hedberg Siverson Christopher SYVERSON Isak WI 15th Inf Co A Residence La Crosse La Crosse County Wisconsin Civil War Age 22 Unmarried Enlisted for three years on 3 Jan 1862 at La Crosse Mustered 8 Jan 1862 at Madison Wisconsin Private Wagoner for a long time Was with the quartermaster in Chattanooga Tennessee 29 Nov 1863 and with the division supply train a few days later Was with the quartermaster s supply train on 17 Jan 1864 Was on detached service in Chattanooga 5 Oct 1864

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  • Civil War soilder names starting with 'TAF'
    2 Apr 1892 at Bergen Norway son of Nels Taft and Olina Jorgenson Married to Hattie Peterson First World War Age 26 Enrolled 28 Jun 1918 at Vermillion South Dakota Private Married to Hattie Peterson Died of pneumonia at Fort Riley Kensas on 5 Oct 1918 Buried in Komstad Cemetery Centerville South Dakota Sources SDSHS WPA Veterans Graves Registration Clay County TAFT Hans A IA 38th Inf Co K Residence Winneshiek County Iowa Born in Norway Civil War Age 27 Enlisted 16 Aug 1862 Mustered 6 Oct 1862 Private Died of disease 7 Sep 1863 New Orleans Louisiana Sources ISW V p927 TAFT Ole Nels US Army Born 1889 near Bergan in Norway Came to America in 1908 First World War Served in France Post war He returned to farming Married Anna Elizabeth Isackson Three children Sources Rootsweb com lt gt SYV TAL 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 T TAF Listings Visit Exhibitions Collections Events Norway Tours Join

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  • Civil War soilder names starting with 'TAL'
    at Chickamauga Georgia and sent from the battlefield to the camp hospital on 19 Sep 1863 Died of chronic diarrhea at U S General Hospital in Chattanooga Tennessee 4 Dec 1863 Buried in Chattanooga National Cemetery section D grave 151 He is on the Roll of Honor of the 2nd Brigade 1st Division 20th Army Corps Sources WHS Series 1200 boxes 76 6 78 3 Buslett p457 Ulvestad p333 Ager p302 Meeker Tologson Lars Tallakson Lars Talacson Lars TALLACKSON Ole A WI 22nd Inf Born in Norway Civil War Farmer Age 20 Gray eyes brown hair light complexion 5 6¾ Drafted from Lewiston Wisconsin and enrolled for one year on 21 Sep 1864 Private This unit in North Carolina was ordered on 30 Apr 1865 to move to Camp Randall Madison Wisconsin to become the camp s permanent guard Sources WHS Series 1200 box 254 1 2 TALLACKSON Tallack WI 15th Inf Co F Residence Door County Wisconsin Born 15 Jul 1839 in Landvik Aust Agder Norway Came to America on the Lorena which crossed from Havre and reached New York on 2 Aug 1844 Civil War Age 23 Unmarried Enlisted for three years on 24 Feb 1862 in Door County and mustered at Madison Wisconsin 1 Mar 1862 Private Died of disease in general hospital at Iuka Mississippi 25 Aug 1862 Buried in National Cemetery at Corinth Mississippi Sources WHS Series 1200 boxes 76 8 77 8 red book vol 20 p92 Buslett p519 Ulvestad p333 Naeseth 44 781 Birkedal Tallak Salvesen TALLE Peter P WI 12th Inf Co C Residence Dodgeville Iowa County Wisconsin Born in Norway Civil War Age 32 Shoemaker Unmarried Blue eyes brown hair rosy complexion 5 5½ Private Re enlisted for three years on 1 Jan 1864 at Natchez Mississippi Has served honestly and

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  • Civil War soilder names starting with 'TAM'
    Private Post war Lived in Maynard Minnesota Sources Ulvestad p333 An article in the Valdres Samband newsletter written by Carl T Narvestad says Christian Tamburn became Christian Torgerson after the war and that he had been born Christian Torgerson Askerud TAMSON Louis WI 7th Inf Co K Residence Beloit Rock County Wisconsin Born in Bergen Norway Civil War Farmer Age 31 Blue eyes light hair light complexion 5 9 Enlisted for three years on 12 Aug 1861 at Beloit Mustered 2 Sep 1861 at Madison Wisconsin Private Took part in the battles of Bull Run Virginia South Mountain Antietam Maryland Fredericksburg Fitzhugh Crossing Chancellorsville Virginia and Gettysburg Pennsylvania Taken prisoner 1 Jul 1863 at Gettysburg Pennsylvania Returned to regiment for duty on 7 Oct 1863 Died 20 Aug 1864 of disease at Sattorlee Hospital Philadelphia Pennsylvania Sources WHS vol 12 TAL TAN 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 T TAM Listings Visit Exhibitions Collections Events Norway Tours Join Give

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  • Civil War soilder names starting with 'TAN'
    have taken part in battles of Island No 10 Union City Tenn Perryville Knob Gap Stone s River Missionary Ridge Orchard Knob Charleston East Tennessee Rocky Face Ridge Resaca Dallas Pine Mountain Lost Mountain Kenesa Mountain Atlanta and Jonesboro Wounded in the battle of Stone s River wounded in his forehead by a minnie ball left on the field for dead and taken prisoner at the battle of Stone s River on 31 Dec 1862 Sent to Atlanta as a prisoner of war Exchanged Sent back into service on 24 Apr 1863 Commissioned First Lieutenant 3 Jun 1863 with rank from 27 May On leave during August 1863 and overstayed his leave Wounded in his left hand in the battle of Chickamauga Georgia on 19 Sep 1863 and sent to hospital Resigned on 30 Oct 1863 because he had become unfit for service Post war Granted a pension of 3 75 per month because of the wound to his left hand Had eleven children Was elected Register of Deeds of Green County in 1872 Lived in Janesville Wisconsin Lived in Northwood North Dakota Died at age 82 Sources WHS Series 1200 boxes 76 6 78 3 red book vol 20 p56 Buslett p435 p436 photo Ulvestad p258 Ager p73 photo p300 Meeker Beverly Olson Grand Forks North Dakota Pensioners on the Roll as of January 1 1883 living in Wisconsin Park Genealogical Books Roseville Minnesota publ 1998 Tandberg Christian TANDE Ole Residence Winneshiek County Iowa Civil War Private Taken prisoner in the battle of Shiloh Tennessee 6 7 Apr 1862 Sources Ulvestad p333 TANGEN Peter WI 27th Inf Co H Residence Christiania Dane County Wisconsin Born in Sirdal Norway Civil War Age 20 Farmer Blue eyes light hair light complexion 5 5 Enlisted for three years on 6 Aug 1862

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  • Civil War soilder names starting with 'TAR'
    p23 TARGERSON Targer MN 11th Inf Co H Residence not shown Born in Norway Civil War Age 30 Enrolled 25 Aug 1864 Mustered 5 Sep 1864 Private Discharged from the service with his regiment 26 Jun 1865 Sources MINN p523 TARGESEN K From Gaarden Haugen in Valle Sætersdalen Norway Civil War Private Post war Lived at Lime Springs Iowa Sources Ulvestad p333 TARGESON Targe WI 42nd Inf Co D Residence Blue River Grant County Wisconsin Enlistment credited to Dunkirk Dane County Born in Norway Civil War Farmer Age 30 Unmarried Blue eyes light hair florid complexion 6 2 Enlisted for one year on 1 Sep 1864 at Madison Wisconsin Mustered 2 Sep 1864 at Madison Bounty 100 Private Sources WHS Series 1200 box 176 5 14 red book vol 47 TARINGSON Albert MN Hv Arty 1st Reg Co D Residence not shown Born in Norway Civil War Age 39 Enrolled 5 Oct 1864 Mustered 20 Oct 1864 Private Discharged from the service with his company Sources MINN p585 TARLSTAD Andrew A WI 44th Inf Co F Born in Norway Civil War Age 37 Enrolled Oct 1861 Post war Moved from Wisconsin to Barnes County Dakota Territory in June 1881 Sources

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