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  • Civil War soilder names starting with 'VIG'
    Mississippi 21 Aug 1862 Wounded in his left hand at the Battle of Chickamauga Georgia 19 Sep 1863 and sent to Camp hospital Sick in Stevenson Alabama Sick in Madison 1 Jan 1864 Mustered out with Company F on 13 Jan 1865 at Chattanooga Tennessee Post war Granted a pension of 4 a month because of a wound to his right hand Died 12 May 1904 Buried at Valders Wisconsin Sources WHS Series 1200 box 76 8 15 red book vol 20 p92 Buslett p522 Ulvestad p339 Ager p308 Meeker Hedberg Pensioners on the Roll as of January 1 1883 living in Wisconsin Park Genealogical Books Roseville Minnesota publ 1998 Wigen O K VIGNESS Daniel W US Army 161st Dep Brigade Born 2 Aug 1896 at Stavanger Norway son of Tobias Vigness and Anna First World War Age 22 Entered service on 4 Sep 1918 at Sanborn County South Dakota Private Discharged 14 Mar 1919 Married to Gladys Died at age 33 of a fractured skull on 26 Oct 1929 in Sioux Falls South Dakota Buried there in Woodlawn Cemetery Elm addition lot 9 grave W1 2 Sources SDSHS WPA Veterans Cemetery Records Minnehaha County VIB VIK Share This Share

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  • Civil War soilder names starting with 'VIK'
    Dead before 1907 Sources Ulvestad p339 VIKE Knut See IVERSON Knud VIKE Nils Sjursen IL 90th Inf Co G Born 23 Apr 1826 at Voss Norway son of Sjur Gulleiksen Vike and Sigvor Larsdatter Lie He came to America with a brother Gulleik on Juno which sailed from Bergen and arrived in New York on 14 Jul 1843 They came to Milwaukee Wisconsin Nils moved to Chicago then to Woodstock McHenry County Illinois He was married in March 1849 to Anna Olsdatter Istad 1827 1897 Six children Civil War Died of wounds at Chattanooga Tennessee and is buried there Sources Naeseth 43 398 VIKEN Ole From Sogn Norway Civil War Private Wounded Lived at Columbia County Wisconsin Sources Ulvestad p339 VIKER Iver O Residence Freeborn County Minnesota From Aadalen Norway Civil War Private Died in the war Sources Ulvestad p339 VIKINGSON Knut From Voss Norway Civil War Private Died on Mississippi River Island No 10 during the war Sources Ulvestad p339 VIG VIN 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

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  • Civil War soilder names starting with 'VIN'
    War Unmarried Farmer Age 34 Blue eyes blond hair 5 8 Enlisted for three years on 11 Oct 1861 at Chicago and mustered at Madison Wisconsin 15 Nov 1861 Private Sick in Nashville Tennessee 27 Nov 1862 Transferred to the 4th Cavalry of the US Army Died in Soldiers Home in 1911 Sources WHS Series 1200 box 76 8 red book vol 20 p92 Buslett p522 Ager p308 VIK VIR

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  • Civil War soilder names starting with 'VIR'
    He was a son of Borjonel Nelson Andrew came to the US to Chicago 7 Jun 1854 Moved to Detroit in 1855 when his widowed mother married Peter Anderson a railroad master mechanic In March 1857 they moved to Chicago where his mother died in June 1857 In 1858 Andrew went back to Detroit to live with an aunt Civil War Enlisted for three years on 15 Aug 1862 Appointed commissary Sergeant Discharged from the service 30 Jun 1865 After the war he worked as a carpenter in Chicago until 1870 at which time he moved to Dane County Wisconsin He there married Betsey Nelson Kjerie daughter of Knute Kjerie on 15 Feb 1873 Three children She died 30 Jun 1880 Virch married again to Lena Fleasram daughter of Andrew Fleasram on 15 Aug 1883 They had six children In 1882 Virch became a storekeeper and operated the post office in the town of Curtiss He became a rural mail carrier and farmer in 1903 Sources Rootsweb com Clark Co WI Biographies VIN VOG 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 'VOG'
    Chicago Cook County Illinois Born in Norway Civil War Sailor Age 21 Blue eyes fair hair fair complexion 5 4½ Enlisted for three years on 13 Dec 1863 at Chicago Mustered 18 Dec 1863 at Springfield Illinois Bounty 300 Private Promoted to Corporal Mustered out with his Company on 24 Jul 1865 at Richmond Virginia Sources ILSA reel 17 p27 VOGLAND Lewis F US Army 13th Inf Co H Born 21 Sep 1861 in Norway son of Lars Vogland and Johanna Indian War Age 25 Entered service on 1 Jul 1887 at Fort Randells Sergeant Discharged 30 Sep 1890 at Fort Rendells Maried to Gertrude Miller Three children Died at age 69 on 12 Jan 1931 at Marion South Dakota and buried there in St Mary s Cemetery addition A lot 33 grave 6 Sources SDSHS WPA Veterans Cemetery Records Turner County VIR VOL 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 V VOG Listings Visit Exhibitions Collections Events Norway Tours

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  • Civil War soilder names starting with 'VOL'
    Brookings County South Dakota Sources Ulvestad p339 VOLDEN Ole From Land Norway Civil War Private Lived at Spring Grove Minnesota Sources Ulvestad p339 VOLDEN Sivert From Meraker Norway Civil War Private Died during a military expedition Sources Ulvestad p339 VOLLOM Ole From Ringebu Norway Civil War Private Lived at Rice Lake Wisconsin Sources Ulvestad p339 Vollum Ole VOLQUARSON Christian WI 27th Inf Co H Residence Perry Dane County Wisconsin Born in Christiansand Norway Civil War Farmer Age 18 Blue eyes light hair light complexion 5 5 medium build Enlisted for three years on 15 Jul 1862 at Perry Mustered 25 Oct 1862 at Milwaukee Wisconsin Bounty 100 75 still due at muster out Private Left sick at Helena Arkansas 13 Aug 1863 In hospital at Memphis Tennessee since 28 Aug 1863 In hospital at St Louis since 5 Oct 1863 Transferred to the Veterans Reserve Corps 15 Mar 1864 Sources WHS Series 1200 boxes 129 10 19 130 10 red book vol 32 VOLSTAD See BAALSTAD VOG VON 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

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  • Civil War soilder names starting with 'VON'
    on 27 Jun 1862 while voluntarily serving as aide de camp he successfully and advantageously charged the position of troops under fire Sources America s Medal of Honor Recipients Publ 1977 pp 247 1021 VOL WAA 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

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  • Civil War soilder names starting with 'WAA'
    rescuing two men Although the tank was then burning fiercely and contained ammunition which was likely to explode at any time this soldier returned to the tank and entering it made a search for the other occupants remaining until he satisfied himself that there were no more living men in the tank Sources America s Medal of Honor Recipients Publ 1977 pp 466 1021 VON WAC Share This Share on

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