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  • Civil War soilder names starting with 'JOK'
    29 Oct 1864 at Waupaca Wisconsin Mustered 7 Nov 1864 at Madison Wisconsin Bounty 100 33 33 paid Private Sick in hospital at Nashville Tennessee in March 1865 In hospital in Paducah Kentucky on 1 Jun 1865 Sent on a hospital boat to Jefferson Indiana and was still there in a hospital at time company was mustered out Sources WHS Series 1200 box 180 4 red book vol 49 blue

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  • Civil War soilder names starting with 'JOL'
    Olsen See OLESON Andreas JOK JOM 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 J JOL Listings Visit Exhibitions Collections Events Norway Tours Join Give Store Folk Art School About Contact

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  • Civil War soilder names starting with 'JON'
    Dubuque Iowa 17 Oct 1861 Private Wounded 6 Apr 1862 at Shiloh Tennessee Re enlisted as a veteran on 25 Dec 1863 and re mustered on 5 Jan 1864 Mustered out 20 Jul 1866 Memphis Tennessee Post war Moved from Wisconsin to Richland County Dakota Territory In September 1875 while living in Owego Richland County Dakota Territory he was granted a pension of 6 a month because of a gun shot wound to his right thigh Sources ISW II p476 Adjutant General s certificate 16 May 1910 1885 Census Dakota Territory Pensioners on the Roll as of January 1 1883 living in Dakota Territory publ 1996 Park Genealogical Books Roseville Minnesota email Jim Skurdall Decorah Iowa JONES John E WI 12th Inf Co G Residence Grand Rapids Wood County Wisconsin From Arendal Norway Civil War Age 25 Farmer Married Blue eyes light hair light complexion 5 5½ Enlisted for three years on 18 Sep 1861 at Grand Rapids Mustered 31 Oct 1861 at Madison Wisconsin Private Wounded Re enlisted as a veteran 5 Jan 1864 Don t know what became of him Sources WHS Series 1200 box 58 15 red book vol 17 p130 Ulvestad p299 JONES Kiler K WI 15th Inf Residence Illinois Born in United States Civil War Age 37 Enrolled for three years on 26 Sep 1861 at Quincy Illinois Commissioned Lieutenant Colonel Wisconsin 15th on 21 Dec 1861 He was not Norwegian his wife was He recruited Company A in Chicago Commission revoked 1 Mar 1862 Mustered out of service on 2 Mar 1862 per order of the War Department but General Halleck would not recognize the muster out until 5 Mar 1862 Post war Lived at Manitowoc Manitowoc County Wisconsin Sources WHS Series 1200 boxes 76 2 78 1 red book vol 20 p 2 Buslett p317 Lonn p136 Quiner p 91 614 Gjertveit TAR Hedberg JONSEN John WI 44th Inf Co E Residence Norway Racine County Wisconsin Enlistment credited to Muskego Waukesha County Born in Norway Civil War Age 24 Farmer Unmarried Blue eyes light hair light complexion 5 10 Enlisted for one year on 16 Dec 1864 at Milwaukee Wisconsin and mustered there the same day Private Promoted to Sergeant on 5 Jan 1865 Reduced to ranks on 12 Mar 1865 Promoted to Sergeant 22 Jun 1865 Mustered out with this company on 28 Aug 1865 at Paducah Kentucky Sources WHS Series 1200 box 180 7 red book 49 blue book Jensen John JONSON Iver WI 15th Inf Co D Residence Oconomowoc Waukesha County Wisconsin Civil War Age 20 Unmarried Enlisted for three years on 30 Oct 1861 at Oconomowoc and mustered at Madison Wisconsin on 8 Dec 1861 Private Left behind sick in Iuka Mississippi 20 Aug 1862 Died of disease in U S General Hospital at Jackson Tennessee 4 Oct 1862 Buried in National Cemetery at Corinth Mississippi Sources WHS Series 1200 boxes 76 6 77 8 78 3 red book vol 20 p60 Buslett p 447 Ulvestad p295 Ager p301

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  • Civil War soilder names starting with 'JOR'
    com quoting Standard History of Waupaca County Wisconsin by John M Ware 1917 Jorgenson Gjert Johnson Gjert JORGENSEN Hans MN 2nd Cavalry Indian War Private Sources Ulvestad p300 JORGENSEN John From Sogn or Sogndal Norway Civil War Private Wounded in the battle of Gettysburg Pennsylvania 1 3 Jul 1863 Post war Lived at Norway Lake Minnesota Sources Ulvestad p300 JORGENSEN John A From Gudbrandsdalen Norway Spanish American War Private Wounded Post war Lived at Mankato Minnesota Sources Ulvestad p300 JORGENSEN Knut WI 47th Inf Residence Farmington Waupaca County Wisconsin Born in Norway Civil War Farmer Age 27 Blue eyes brown hair light complexion 5 9 Enlisted for one year on 4 Feb 1865 at Waupaca Wisconsin Mustered 20 Feb 1865 at Madison Wisconsin Private Recruit assigned to WI 50th Inf Co D Sources WHS Series 1200 box 188 13 JORGENSEN Lars Civil War Private Lived at Scandinavia Wisconsin Sources Ulvestad p300 JORGENSEN Nils 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 9 stout build Enlisted for three years on 15 Aug 1862 at Perry Mustered 25 Oct 1862 at Milwaukee Wisconsin Bounty 100 75 still due at muster out Private Sick at Duval s Bluff Arkansas 29 Aug 1863 Mustered out with company on 29 Aug 1865 at Brownsville Texas Sources WHS Series 1200 boxes 129 10 130 10 131 14 red book vol 32 JORGENSEN Ole MN 2nd Inf Civil War Private Sources Ulvestad p300 JORGENSEN Ole Residence Gjerpen Manitowoc County Wisconsin From Valders Norway Civil War Private Killed or died from other causes in the war Sources Ulvestad p300 JORGENSEN Peter WI 15th Inf Co C Residence East Randolph Columbia County Wisconsin Civil War Age 31 Married Enlisted for three years on 2 Dec 1861 at Madison Wisconsin and mustered there on 10 Dec 1861 Private Wounded at Stone s River Tennessee 30 Dec 1862 and sent to hospital at Nashville Tennessee then on to the camp at Denison Ohio then to Cincinnati Ohio and on to Louisville Kentucky Transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps 1 Dec 1863 Mustered out 31 Dec 1864 Sources WHS Series 1200 box 76 5 red book vol 20 p 46 Buslett p420 Ulvestad p300 Ager p299 Quiner p 621 JORGENSEN Thor From Telemarken Norway Civil War Private Post war Lived at Squier Minnesota Sources Ulvestad p300 JORGENSEN William NY 1st Inf Co I Residence Brooklyn New York Civil War Private Sources Rygg p47 Jørgensen William JORGENSON Gulik WI 45th Inf Co B Residence Liberty Manitowoc County Wisconsin Born in Norway Civil War Farmer Age 35 Married Brown eyes dark hair fair complexion 5 9 Enlisted for one year on 7 Oct 1864 at Liberty Mustered on 4 Nov 1864 at Madison Wisconsin Bounty 100 33 33 paid Private Sources WHS Series 1200 box 183 3 red book vol 50 Jargenson Gulick JORGENSON Halvor Residence Ringville Minnesota Born 11 Jul 1828 in Tordal Telemark Norway to

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  • Civil War soilder names starting with 'JUE'
    1862 Mustered 15 Nov 1862 Private Served until end of the war Fought against Indians from the outbreak of the Civil War until 1863 at which time his regiment went south to take part in the battles of Tupelo Nashville Spanish Fort and others Discharged from the service with his company 19 Aug 1865 Post war Married Jennie Nelson in 1865 shortly before his discharge They had three children Mary Julia and Nels After the war this family settled in Otter Tail County Minnesota Jennie Nelson died in 1871 in Otter Tail county and Juelson married in 1872 to Ellen Iverson They moved to Sundahl township in Norman County They had seven children Sam Carl John Clara Emma Hannah and Nora Juelson was elected to the Minnesota legislature in 1892 Juelson died in 1905 in Fertile Minnesota and is buried there Sources MINN p467 MCIW p476 History of the Scandinavians in the United States by O N Nelson Publ Minneapolis 1893 p458 Ulvestad p299 Otter Tail County Historical Society e mail Jeen M Ruff quoting Northern County Minnesota History Book p1023 JOR JUL Share This Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Tumblr Share on Google Email this Page

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  • Civil War soilder names starting with 'JUL'
    about 12 May 1849 and arrived in New York on 26 Jun 1849 They came to Blue Mounds Township Dane County and moved soon to Perry Township Civil War Age 23 Unmarried Enlisted for three years on 8 Nov 1861 in Dane County Mustered 6 Jan 1862 at Madison Wisconsin Private Left sick in hospital at Bowling Green Kentucky on 16 Sep 1862 Sick in Nashville Tennessee 8 Aug 1863 and in Nashville 11 Nov 1863 and in Evansville Indiana 15 Sep 1863 In hospital at Chattanooga Tennessee since 11 Oct 1863 Mustered out with Company E in Chattanooga 20 Dec 1864 Post war Married 9 Feb 1862 to Marthe Halvorsdatter Aalberg c1842 1933 Moved to Waseca Minnesota in 1866 and to Moody County South Dakota in 1878 Lived in Flandreau Moody County Died 1926 Buried in Union Cemetery in Flandreau lot I 16 block I 16 grave 3 Sources WHS Series 1200 box 76 7 red book vol 20 p74 TAR Buslett p484 Ager p304 SDSHS WPA Veterans Cemetery Records Moody County Ulvestad p299 Naeseth Hedberg 49 283 VGC Meeker JULSON Johanes WI 10th Inf Co K Residence Waupun Fond du Lac County Wisconsin Born in Norway Civil War Age 22 Farmer Unmarried Blue eyes brown hair light complexion 6 Enlisted for three years on 7 Sep 1861 at Waupun Mustered 5 Oct 1861 at Milwaukee Wisconsin Private John Julson died of disease in December 1862 red book shows Nov 1863 at Louisville Kentucky Sources WHS Series 1200 box 48 15 red book vol 15 WLCW p49 Love p1073 JULSON Ole WI 50th Inf Co H Residence Waterloo Grant County Wisconsin Born Ole Juelsen Hoverud on 4 Mar 1825 in Nord Aurdal Oppland Norway son of Jul Knudsen Hoverud and Marit Julsdatter Married 15 Mar 1848 to Randi Engebretsdatter

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  • Civil War soilder names starting with 'JUN'
    Illinois Born in Norway Civil War Farmer Age 18 Blue eyes dark hair light complexion 5 6 Enlisted for three years on 25 Jan 1864 at Springfield Illinois Mustered 3 Mar 1864 at Camp Butler Illinois Private Sources ILSA reel 6 p88 JUNT Niels See JUUL Nils JUL JUR Share This Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Tumblr Share on Google Email this Page Collections What Is In

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  • Civil War soilder names starting with 'JUR'
    age 68 on 27 Jan 1938 at Menno South Dakota Buried in the Yankton South Dakota Cemetery lot 4 block 628 grave 3 Sources SDSHS WPA Veterans Cemetery Records Yankton County JURGENSEN Jacob From Rissedal Telemarken Norway Civil War Private Post war Died in McHenry County North Dakota in 1902 Sources Ulvestad p299 JURGENSON Simon WI 15th Inf Co E Residence Ettrick Trempealeau County Wisconsin Born 15 Jun 1830 at Vang near Storhammer Norway Married to Johannesdatter The couple and two daughters came to Wisconsin in 1861 Civil War Age 35 Farmer Married Gray eyes brown hair sandy complexion 5 9 Enlisted for three years on 10 Feb 1864 in La Crosse County Wisconsin and mustered at La Crosse the same day Private Joined Company E at Knoxville Tennessee Seriously wounded in his right knee at Resacca Georgia 14 May 1864 and sent to Hospital Transferred to Company H at Whiteside Tennessee 20 Dec 1864 Temporarily assigned to the 24th Infantry Transferred to 13th Infantry Company I on 11 Jun 1864 Mustered out at Madison 8 Aug 1865 as a member of Company E Sick at the time of his muster out Post war Lived at Vernon County Wisconsin In June 1882 he was granted a pension of 4 a month because of the wound to his right thigh He died 18 Aug 1916 near Ettrick Wisconsin and was buried in the French Creek churchyard Sources WHS Series 1200 box 76 13 red book vol 18 p178 vol 20 p76 TAR Buslett p483 Ager p304 Ulvestad p300 Pensioners on the Roll as of January 1 1883 living in Wisconsin Park Genealogical Books Roseville Minnesota publ 1998 VGC Minneapolis Tidende 30 Aug 1916 Jorgenson Simon Jorgensen Simon Jorgenson Simen JUN JUU Share This Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on

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