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  • Civil War soilder names starting with 'BAA'
    Sick in hospital in Madison 11 May 1862 and 6 Jun 1863 Absent without leave on 11 Jun 1863 Was with Bridge s Battery in November 1863 Was in the 6th Ohio Battery in February 1864 Was a wagoner in Chattanooga Tennessee on 17 Oct 1864 Mustered out with Company I on 10 Feb 1865 at Chattanooga Sources WHS Series 1200 box 76 11 red book vol 20 p128 Buslett p586 Ulvestad p270 p272 Ager p314 Bolstad Ingebret Volstad Ingebret O BAARDSON Anton Residence Prairie Farm Wisconsin Civil War Private Sources Ulvestad p270 BAARDSON Peter From Trondelagen Civil War Private Died in prison after having been captured in battle of Weldon Railroad Sources Ulvestad p270 BAAREN Ole From Voss Norway Civil War Private Died at Murfreesboro Tennessee during the war Sources Ulvestad p270 BAARUM Nils Iversen See GILBERT Nils J BAARUM Tosten See GILBERT Tosten Iversen BAASEN Francis MN 1st Inf Co H Civil War Private Sources Moe Richard The Last Full Measure publ Avon Books NY 1994 p 103 BAASEN Nicolas Inf Civil War Private Sources Ulvestad p270 AUS BAC Share This Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Tumblr Share on Google Email this Page Collections What

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  • Civil War soilder names starting with 'BAC'
    s River Tennessee 31 Dec 1862 and sent to hospital in Murfreesboro Tennessee where he died of his wounds on 16 Jan 1863 Sources WHS Series 1200 boxes 76 3 77 8 red book vol 20 p14 blue book vol 20 p10 Buslett p346 Ulvestad p259 Ager p161 photo p291 Love p1081 BAA BAG 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 'BAG'
    Fillmore County In 1904 they moved to Glenwood Pope County Minnesota Later moved to Spring Grove Houston County Minnesota Sources MINN p340 MCIW p377 Ulvestad p262 1890 Veterans and Widows Census Minnesota No 123 roll 22 History of Fillmore County publ 1912 p150 Naeseth 43 68 Baglie Ole Bagley Ole BAGNE E Ellison See BOUGNER Engle BAGNE Ole Olson WI 19th Inf Co B Residence Rush River La Crosse County Wisconsin Born in Norway Civil War Farmer Age 43 Blue eyes brown hair dark complexion 5 6 Drafted Enrolled for one year on 3 Nov 1864 at La Crosse Wisconsin Mustered there the same day Private Transferred to this company from Company I on 1 May 1865 Mustered out on 9 Aug 1865 at Richmond Virginia Sources WHS Series 1200 box 97 13 red book vol 24 BAGSTAD Mathias WI 5th Inf Co H Residence Alma Buffalo County Wisconsin Born in Oier Norway Civil War Farmer Age 19 Gray eyes brown hair fair complexion 5 11 Enlisted for one year on 30 Sep 1864 at La Crosse Wisconsin Mustered the same day Bounty 100 Private The same man description and dates and places all matching is shown as being in Company H of the Wisconsin 45th Infantry Post war Married Jennie Jacobson Lived in Bolin South Dakota Sources WHS Series 1200 boxes 176 13 183 11 Ulvestad p270 BAGSTAD Mathias WI 16th Inf Co H Born Mathias Pedersen Bakstad on 28 Mar 1846 at Øyer Oppland Norway son of Peder Jonsen Bakstad and Maren Iversdatter Ekern He came to America with his parents and five siblings on Flora which sailed from Christiania on 15 Jun 1849 and arrived in New York on 23 Aug 1849 They came to Hamburg Township Vernon County Wisconsin Civil War Age 17 Entered service in

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  • Civil War soilder names starting with 'BAI'
    Henry Imhoff Jr of Highland Iowa County Wisconsin Mustered the same day Private Mustered out 13 Jun 1865 at Nashville Tennessee Sources WHS Series 1200 box 64 6 14 red book vol 18 p70 E mail Jim Belgum Barnson Andrew Lee Andrew B BAG BAK 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

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  • Civil War soilder names starting with 'BAK'
    the WI 51st Promoted to Captain Assigned to Co H Muster roll sheet is very difficult to read Unsure of anything Post war Died in Fingal North Dakota before 1903 Sources WHS Series 1200 box 198 13 red book vol 9 p194 Ulvestad p253 GAR records Joseph Weiser post 66 Valley City ND Historical Society BAKKE Francis WI 11th Inf Residence Milwaukee Wisconsin Born in Norway Civil War Age 34 Blue eyes brown hair florid complexion 5 4½ Drafted Enrolled 21 Sep 1864 Sources WHS Series 1200 box 52 13 BAKKE Gilbert Civil War Private Post war Lived in Walsh County North Dakota Sources Ulvestad p270 BAKKE Hans Andersen From Modum Norway Civil War Private Died in the war Sources Ulvestad p270 BAKKE Ingvald MN 10th Inf Co D From Hallingdal Norway Civil War Enlisted 26 Aug 1862 Private Discharged 26 Aug 1865 Post war Suffered rheumatism Lived at Sandown Sargent County North Dakota Sources Ulvestad p270 1890 Veterans and Widows Census North Dakota No 123 roll 59 BAKKE Isaac H WI 7th Inf Co G Born in Norway Civil War Farmer Unmarried Age 18 Gray eyes light brown hair fair complexion 5 10½ Enrolled for one year and mustered on 11 Nov 1864 at Janesville Wisconsin as a substitute for Knud Iverson of Deerfield Dane County Wisconsin Private Took part in the battles of Hatcher s Run Gravely Run Wounded in action in the battle of Five Forks Virginia 1 Apr 1865 Discharged from the service at the end of the war Post war Lived in Sloan Iowa Sources WHS Series 1200 box 33 13 red book vol 12 p114 Ulvestad p270 Bakker Isaac BAKKE Iver Civil War Private Served under Captain Eberhardt Lieberg Sources Ulvestad p170 BAKKE Jorgen Spanish American War Quartermaster officer Served on battleship New York Was on the steamship Merrimac under Lieutenant Hobson Sources Ulvestad p252 BAKKE Ole MN 11th Inf Co K Residence not shown Born in Norway Civil War Age 34 Enrolled 31 Aug 1864 Mustered the same day Private Discharged from the service with his regiment on 26 Jun 1865 Sources MINN p527 MCIW p505 BAKKE Ole WI 8th Inf Co H Civil War Private Post war Buried at McFarland Wisconsin Sources Wisconsin Cemetery Records Hedberg BAKKE Ole O WI 23rd Inf Co D Residence Pleasant Spring Dane County Wisconsin From Hallingdal Norway Civil War Age 22 Unmarried Enlisted for three years on 21 Aug 1862 at Madison Wisconsin Mustered there on 30 Aug 1862 Private Died of typhoid fever at Milliken s Bend Louisiana on 22 May 1863 Sources WHS Series 1200 box 114 13 red book vol 28 Love p1095 Ulvestad p270 BAKKE Sjur From Sondfjord Norway Spanish American War Private A Marine Post war Lived in Minneapolis Minnesota Sources Ulvestad p270 BAKKEN Anders Residence Polk County Minnesota From Stavanger Norway Civil War Private Sources Ulvestad p270 BAKKEN Andrew WI 46th Inf Co F Residence York Green County Wisconsin Enlistment credited to Spring Grove Green County Born in Norway Civil

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  • Civil War soilder names starting with 'BAL'
    in 1856 and set up a studio Civil War Age 35 In 1861 he volunteered for military service and was elected commander of one of the two Scandinavian Volunteer companies I and K Commissioned Captain Promoted to Major Promoted to Lieutenant Colonel on 11 Sep 1862 and given command of NY 145th Inf Wounded in his right shoulder at Fredericksburg while trying to put down a mutiny in an Irish battalion Because of his wound he was discharged from the service for disability on 24 Jan 1863 Post war Shortly after his discharge Balling gained admission to the White House to meet with President Lincoln to ask permission to return to the front lines as an artist The president granted his wish and on learning that the artist was a Norwegian said to him I know the Norwegians no other immigrants have brought America forward as they have Balling became a recognized portrait painter painting portraits of Lincoln Grant and several other Union Generals His most famous painting was called Grant and his Generals which is now a possession of the United States government Balling died in Christiania Norway in 1920 Sources Rygg p43 VGC Norw Am 29 Nov 1912 BALSTAD Andrew WI 12th Inf Co K Residence Madison Dane County Wisconsin Born in Norway Civil War Farmer Age 24 Unmarried Blue eyes light hair light complexion 5 7 Enlisted for three years on 23 Dec 1863 at Madison Bounty paid at muster 60 Mustered 6 Jan 1864 at Madison Recruit Private Wounded 21 Jul 1864 in the charge at Bold Hill near Atlanta Georgia Transferred to the Veterans Reserve Corps on 1 Apr 1865 Sources WHS Series 1200 box 58 13 red book vol 17 p182 Bolstad Andrew Bolster Andrew BAK BAN Share This Share on Facebook Share on

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  • Civil War soilder names starting with 'BAN'
    that he was a veteran Post war Married to Mary Banta Lived at 2103 E North St Greenville North Carolina Sources Death notice found on Internet BANGSJORDET Halvor Iversen From Reinli Sondre Aurdal Norway Civil War Private Post war Died at Clear Lake Iowa in 1906 Sources Ulvestad p270 BAL BAR Share This Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Tumblr Share on Google Email this Page Collections What

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  • Civil War soilder names starting with 'BAR'
    15 Feb 1864 Sick in Chattanooga Tennessee Sick in Keokuk Iowa since 15 Jun 1864 Sick in Madison Wisconsin where he was mustered out on 12 Dec 1864 Bounty due him 100 Sources WHS Series 1200 boxes 76 6 78 3 79 2 red book vol 20 p58 Buslett p439 Meeker BARSNES Erik Nilson WI 15th Inf Co B Residence Koshkonong Jefferson County Wisconsin Born in Sogndal Sogn Norway in 1842 Brother to Nels Barsnes Came to America on 19 Jul 1861 Civil War Age 20 Unmarried Blue eyes light hair light complexion 6 ½ Enlisted for three years on 2 Dec 1861 at Madison Wisconsin Mustered there on 24 Jan 1862 Private He was a flag bearer In May and June 1862 he was detached to serve with a commissary train Wounded in his right breast at Stone s River Tennessee 31 Dec 1862 and taken prisoner Paroled 3 Jan 1863 and sent to Camp Benton Banks Missouri near St Louis Was in Convalescent Hospital at Murfreesboro Tennessee 7 May 1863 Wounded in a hand in the Battle of Missionary Ridge near Chattanooga Tennessee 23 25 Nov 1863 Lost a finger On 9 Apr 1864 he was transferred to the Invalid Corps Promoted to Corporal on 1 Sep 1864 Mustered out with Company B at Chattanooga Tennessee on 1 Dec 1864 Re enlisted on 11 Feb 1865 at Madison Wisconsin as a veteran in Company K 2nd Regiment US Veterans Inf Volunteers Bounty 400 Mustered on 16 Feb at Madison Assigned to Hancock s Corps in the Wisconsin First Army Corps 1st Company He was stationed in Washington DC He was a guard at the hanging of Mary Surratt and other conspirators accused of being accomplices in the assassination of President Lincoln In Nov 1865 Barsness was on duty with the quartermaster department Mustered out 11 Feb 1866 at Elmira New York Post war He took a farm in Barsness Township Pope County Minnesota Assigned a pension of 4 per month on 1 Oct 1876 because of a wound to his right breast increased to 8 on 15 Jan 1880 Sources WHS Series 1200 boxes 76 4 256 1 2 red book vol 20 p28 Buslett p378 Ulvestad p270 Ager p198 Photo RWV p808 Pensioners on the Roll as of January 1 1883 living in Minnesota publ 1994 Park Genealogical Books Brooklyn Park Minnesota Descendants of Ole Berntsen Barsness and Kari Mikkelsdatter Olstad by Katherine Barsness Evenson p22 Copy in DCHS The Barsness Family by Barbara Barsness Swedenburg publ 1979 p15 21 Norwegians in Wisconsin by Richard J Fapso publ The Wisconsin Historical Society Press Madison 2001 p21 photo Basness Erick M Barsness Erick BARSNES John H WI 44th Inf Co Residence Troy Sauk County Wisconsin Born in Norway Civil War Farmer Age 26 Blue eyes brown hair fair complexion 5 6 Enlisted for one year on 19 Sep 1864 at Madison Wisconsin Mustered 24 Sep 1864 at Madison Bounty 100 Private Sources WHS Series 1200 box 180 14

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