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Genealogy: Military: Index

    The Civil War: The Volunteers and Draftees of Lisbon Township

    The Wisconsin Regiments that men from Sussex/Lisbon fought in are listed below along with biographical information for some of the individual soldiers (click on soldier's name hyperlink). Note: Some of the men listed below have not been identified as being from the Sussex/Lisbon area, and there are others not yet identified as being a member of a particular regiment and company. Also be aware that many Wisconsin volunteers and draftees may have been in other state regiments to begin with or assigned to other regiments due to later reorganization during the war. In addition, many don't have their residence listed or it's listed as "Waukesha Co.". It does not comprise all soldiers the Town of Lisbon furnished, as some, enticed by large bounties, enlisted in other portions of the State, and were credited, of course, to the localities where they signed the roll. Only one individual is listed as being from Lake Five, none indicated Sussex as their residence, most listed Lisbon (the Town of). 

    Much of the information below was found in Wisconsin Volunteers, War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865, Vols. 1. and 2., Madison, Wisconsin, Democrat Printing Company, State Printers, 1886.; and in The History of Waukesha County, 1881

. There were no individuals listed at the end of Wisconsin Volunteers, War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865, Vol. 2., that enlisted in or were drafted in a U.S. Regiment but were credited to living in the Town of Lisbon. Furthermore, no "colored" soldiers or disabled (in the Reserves) are listed as being from the township.

    Throughout the War, death from disease, often took a greater toll  in the Wisconsin Regiments than did death caused by wounds received in battle. Many soldier died of an unspecified disease.

    Information is listed by regiment and company, then last recorded rank of the soldier, if no rank is indicated, it is assumed they were Privates. Muster In and Out (discharged) dates may be included as well as brief service engagement info. Check the Alphabetical Listing by Surname if you can't find an individual, it may contain additional information not in the Regiment/Company listings. More information about the volunteers, draftees, and exemptions in the Alphabetical Listing by Surname section   Regimental history may be included here or on another web page.

    Look here for an Alphabetical Listing by Surname ; more information is needed, if you have information, please contact Mike Reilly at antiqibles@yahoo.com  

Wisconsin 1st Regiment

3rd Regular Cavalry, 1st Regiment

Battalion Adjutants

Thomas, William H.  (Lisbon), December 16, 1861, 1st Battalion; promoted to Lieutenant, October 8, 1862; transferred from "Field and Staff" to "Co. H", October 8, 1862; promoted to Captain in Co. H, July 7, 1863; resigned September 8, 1864.

( The History of Waukesha County, 1881, page 516, lists William H. Thomas as being in Company D)

Company D, 3rd Regular Cavalry (Regiment - 1st or 3rd?)

Boyce, George (Lisbon)

Murphy, Patrick (Lisbon)

Dixon, Thomas (Lisbon)

(Source: The History of Waukesha County, 1881, page 516)

Company F, 1st Regiment, Wisconsin Heavy Artillery

Asner G. Green, Lisbon, Sept. 3, 1864; M.O. June 26, 1865

William Love, Lisbon, Sept 3, 1864; M.O. June 26, 1865

Company H, 1st Regiment, Wisconsin Heavy Artillery

Hiram H. Bacon, Lisbon, Sept 5, 1864; M.O. June 26, 1865

Mark Bacon, Lisbon, Sept 5, 1864; M.O. June 26, 1865

Francis Prevy, Lisbon, Sept 5, 1864; M.O. June 26, 1865

Company K, 1st Regiment, Wisconsin Heavy Artillery

David Sloan, Lisbon, Sept 2, 1864; M.O. June 26, 1865

Company F, 1st Regiment, Wisconsin Cavalry

Wilding, George (Lisbon)

Ainsworth, Henry N. (Lisbon)

Craig, Edward (Lisbon)

(Source: The History of Waukesha County, 1881, page 516)

Company I, 1st Regiment, Wisconsin Cavalry

Doneley, Frank (Lisbon)

(Source: The History of Waukesha County, 1881, page 516)

Company B, 1st Regiment, Wisconsin Regular Infantry

Daniel H. Henshaw (Lisbon) (Source: The History of Waukesha County, 1881, page 516)

Company C, 1st Regiment, Wisconsin Regular Infantry (3 Months)

Alanson Peeso (Piso), Lisbon, May 17, 1861; M.O. Aug 21, 1861 (Note: The History of Waukesha County, 1881, page 513 mentions that "Waukesha County, as a county, had no ninety-days men." 

Company G, 1st Regiment, Wisconsin Regular Infantry (3 Years)

Amos E. Greengo, Lisbon, Sept 13, 1861; Prisoner Dec 30, 1862; M.O. Oct 14, 1864, Term Expired.

James C. Greengo, Lisbon, Sept 13, 1861; Sergeant; M.O. Oct 14, 1864, Term Expired.

Benjamin F. Ruby, Lisbon, Sept 18, 1861, killed at Chaplin Hills, KY., Oct 8, 1862.

Source: Wisconsin Volunteers, War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865, Vol. 1., Madison, Wisconsin, Democrat Printing Company, State Printers, 1886.

Camp Scott
A Civil War reception center and training camp established in 1861 at Milwaukee. Camp Scott was located on Spring Street (now Wisconsin Ave.), west of 12th Street. Wells Street and Kilbourn Avenue are the thoroughfares that bound the Camp Scott area today. This was the training site for the 1st WI VI.

Wisconsin 5th Infantry Regiment (Original)

Field and Staff

Principal Musician

Robert Powrie (Lisbon); May 19, 1863; from Co. F; orig. Co. F, June 1, 1861, musician (Note: The History of Waukesha County, 1881, page 513 mentions he was a Fifer); promoted to PM, May 19, 1863; M.O. Aug 2, 1864, TE.

Company F, 5th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

"Waukesha Union Guards" 

(First Waukesha County company raised, company election held on May 2, 1861, company sworn in June 10, 1861, left for camp at Madison on June 13th.)

James S. Botsford (Bottsford, Source: The History of Waukesha County, 1881, page 513)  (Lisbon); May 10, 1861; vet.; wounded Wilderness; transferred to Co. C, Indiana Battalion.

Samuel Gower (Lisbon); May 10, 1861; wounded Williamsburg; died Oct 3, 1862, Ft. McHenry, Md.

Joseph Gray (Lisbon) (Source: The History of Waukesha County, 1881, page 516)

Hiram Hine(s) (Lisbon); June 4, 1861; discharged Nov 21, 1863, disability.

Thomas Larkin (first listed as from Lisbon, in reorganized regiment indicates from Merton; Note: The History of Waukesha County, 1881, page 516 lists him from Lisbon); June 4, 1861; discharged Nov 23, 1863, disability; reenlisted Feb 11, 1864; transferred to Co. C Indiana Battalion, July 13, 1864; promotions to Corp. and Sergt.; M.O. June 11, 1865.

Andrew J. Smith (Lisbon) (Source: The History of Waukesha County, 1881, page 516)

Wisconsin 5th Infantry Regiment (Reorganized)

See notes above, men transferred to Company C

Source: Wisconsin Volunteers, War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865, Vol. 1., Madison, Wisconsin, Democrat Printing Company, State Printers, 1886.

Wisconsin 6th Regular Infantry Regiment

Company K, 6th Regiment, Wisconsin Regular Infantry (1862-65)

Captain

Andrew Gallop  (Lisbon); Dec 21, 1864; enlisted June 22, 1861; vet.; Corp.; Sergt.; 1st Sergt; wounded May 6, 1864; M.O. July 14, 1865

Lieut.

Israel W. Hendricks  (Lisbon);  Dec 21, 1864; enlisted June 22, 1861; vet.; Corp.; Sergt.; 1st Sergt; died Feb 14, 1865, City Point from wounds received at Hatcher's Run, VA.

Enlisted

Joseph A. Chase  (Lisbon); June 23, 1861; discharged Dec 16, 1861, disability.

Amos G. Emmons  (Lisbon); June 25, 1861; discharged Feb 20, 1863, disability.

Roswill G. Emmons  (Lisbon); June 25, 1861; died Dec 30, 1863, Beile (?) Plain, VA, disease.

Henry W. Gallup  (Lisbon); May 10, 1861; discharged May 5, 1862, disability.

Cassuis M. Griggs  (Lisbon); June 22, 1861; discharged May 4, 1862, disability.

Cyrus Hendrick  (Lisbon); June 26, 1861; discharged Jan 8, 1862; reenlisted Aug 12, 1864; M.O. June 8, 1865.

Edward B Hendrick  (Lisbon); June 22, 1861; Corp.; M.O. July 15, 1864; TE.

Andrew J. Mott  (Lisbon); June 25, 1861; discharged Nov 11, 1861.

Stephen J. Whicher  (Lisbon); June 24, 1861, discharged March 17, 1862.

Source: Wisconsin Volunteers, War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865, Vol. 1., Madison, Wisconsin, Democrat Printing Company, State Printers, 1886.

Wisconsin 10th Regular Infantry Regiment

Company E, 10th Regiment, Wisconsin Regular Infantry (1862-65)

Andrew Howitt (Lisbon) (Source: The History of Waukesha County, 1881, page 516)

Wisconsin 13th Regiment

Company K, 13th Regiment, Wisconsin Regular Infantry (1862-65)

Clarence Webb (Lisbon); Feb 28, 1864; from Co. A, 24th Wisconsin Infantry; first listed as from Milwaukee, then Lisbon; transferred to 13th, June 9, 1865; M.O. Oct 19, 1865.

Source: Wisconsin Volunteers, War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865, Vol. 1., page 769, Madison, Wisconsin, Democrat Printing Company, State Printers, 1886.

Wisconsin 17th Regular Infantry Regiment

Company A, 17th Regiment, Wisconsin Regular Infantry (1862-65)

Christiansen, Christian (Lisbon), Sept 29, 1864; drafted, MO June 2, 1865.

Source: Wisconsin Volunteers, War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865, Vol. 2., Madison, Wisconsin, Democrat Printing Company, State Printers, 1886.

McKenna, John  (Lisbon) 

(Source: The History of Waukesha County, 1881, page 516)

Wisconsin 20th Regular Infantry Regiment

Company L, 20th Regiment, Wisconsin Regular Infantry (1862-65)

McEntee, John (Lisbon), Sept 1, 1864; MO July 14, 1865

Rooney, William (Lisbon), Sept 2, 1864; MO July 14, 1865

Source: Wisconsin Volunteers, War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865, Vol. 2., Madison, Wisconsin, Democrat Printing Company, State Printers, 1886.

Wisconsin 28th Regular Infantry Regiment

Field and Staff

Com. Sergeant

Alexander Rodgers (Lisbon); Jan 29, 1863; promoted Com. Sergeant. Jan 29, 1863; From Sergeant. Co. F; discharged, Jan 27, 1865, disability.

Company A, 28th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

"Lewis Guards"

Corporal
Charles H. Wildish (Lisbon); Aug 15, 1862; died, Aug 21, 1863, Helena, Ark,

Privates

(Barton) Burton, James A.  (Lisbon); Aug 2, 1862; M.O. Aug 23, 1865
Gower, Thomas H. (Lisbon); Aug 21, 1862;  M.O. Aug 23, 1865
Howard, Hiram (Menomonee); listed here for researcher's notes. Possibly from Lisbon?
Jeffery (Jeffrey), George C. (Lisbon); Aug 21, 1862; died Mar 6, 1863, Helena, Ark., disease.
Luce, Charles D. (Lisbon); Aug 20, 1862; died Aug 28, 1864, Pine Bluff, Ark., disease.
Mead, Henry G. (Lisbon); Aug 20, 1862; discharged Apr 4, 1863.
Oliver, John W. (Lisbon); Sept 1, 1861; M.O. July 19, 1865. (Note: Not listed in Weaver Civil War book, Pauline Haass Library)
Wilkins, Edmond  (Lisbon); Feb 12, 1864; M.O. Aug 21, 1865.

Company B, 28th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

"Waukesha Minute Men"

Corporals

Alfred S. Weaver (Lisbon); promoted to corporal; appointed 3d. Sergeant  June 25, 1865; M.O. Aug 23, 1865

Privates

Wallace R. (B.) Ellsworth  (Lisbon); discharged 21 Feb 1865, disability.
Frederick S. (L.?) Weaver (Lisbon); discharged 3 May 1863, disability.
Lucius M. Weaver (Lisbon); Aug 20, 1862; M.O. Aug 23, 1865

Company F,  28th Wisconsin

"The Badger Guards"

1st Lieutenant
Noon, Jeremiah, Sr. (Lisbon); Enlisted Aug 20, 1862; Sept 22, 1862; promoted Captain., June 30, 1863, not mustered; died 10 Aug 1863 at Lisbon, Wis., disease.

2nd Lieutenant

Higgins, George W. (Lisbon); Aug 20, 1862;; Corp.; Sergeant; 2nd Lieut., promoted July 29, 1865, not mustered; M.O. Aug 23, 1865.

Sergeants
Rodgers, Alexander  (Lisbon); See Field and Staff

Corporals
Moyes, James (Lisbon); Aug 21, 1862; M.O. Aug 23, 1865.
Rankin, William (Lisbon); Aug 21, 1862; M.O. Aug 23, 1865. 
Watson, John (Lisbon); Aug 21, 1862; M.O. Aug 23, 1865.

Privates

Bohrmann, Gottlieb (Bohman, Gotlieb) (Lisbon); Aug 20, 1862; M.O. Aug 23, 1865.
Butler, Thomas Harley (Lisbon), Date of Enlistment: August 21, 1862, Mustered Out: August 28, 1865
Campbell, Benjamin (Lisbon); Aug 21, 1862; discharged. June 2, 1865, disability
Carpenter, Amasa T. (Lisbon); Aug 18, 1862; discharged. Apr. 16, 1863, disability

Crouch (Cranch), Samuel (Lisbon); Aug 21, 1862; deserted Oct. 18, 1862
Dingledein (Dingledin), George (Lisbon); Aug 21, 1862; M.O. Aug 23, 1865.
Field, John (Lisbon); Aug 20, 1862; M.O. Aug 23, 1865.
Fielder, George (Lisbon); Aug 19, 1862; died Oct. 30, 1863, St. Louis, MO., disease
McGill, Charles N (Lisbon); Aug 21, 1862; died Sept 2, 1864 Pine Bluff, Arkansas, disease

Noon, Jeremiah Jr. (Lisbon), Nov 8, 1862 (p.379 shows residence as Milwaukee); died 12 Mar. 1864 at Pine Bluff, buried section 3

Palmer, Levi L. H. (Lisbon); Aug 20, 1862; discharged. December 14, 1863, disability
Taylor, John (Lisbon); Aug 21, 1862; died September 6, 1863, Memphis, Tennessee, disease

Company G, 28th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

Daugherty, Edward H. (Lisbon); Aug 20, 1862; M.O. Aug 23, 1865.

McKee, Andrew  (Lisbon); Aug 21, 1862; Sergt; 1st Sergt; 2nd Lieut. July 29, 1865; not mustered; M.O. Aug 21, 1865.

Company H, 28th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

"Sigel Guards"

 Hurtgen (Hartzen), John Adam  (Lisbon); Aug 18, 1862;  Sergt; 1st Sergt; 2nd Lieut. July 29, 1865; not mustered; M.O. Aug 21, 1865.

Ennis, Andrew  (Lisbon); Aug 15, 1862; M.O. Aug 24, 1865.

Gebmann, Louis  (Lisbon); Aug 21, 1862; died Sept 6, 1863; Memphis, Tenn., disease.

Hanley (Henley), Patrick  (Lisbon); Aug 20, 1862; deserted Dec 20, 1862.

Patrick Hanley was my GG Grandfather.  You reference him in your history of Lisbon Civil War veterans:

Hanley (Henley), Patrick  (Lisbon); Aug 20, 1862; deserted Dec 20, 1862.

    From: David Bunzel Sat, 30 Oct 2004 22:10:09 -0700

    I have been on somewhat of a personal mission to correct his military history records which were done so by by the following:

July 8, 1898 Act of Congress (private no. 384) Approved July 1, 1898 honorable discharge given;

    You can  check this at the Wisconsin State Historical Society.  Here is an excerpt of their hearing:

    For years Patrick was troubled by his apparent listing as a deserter and this came to issue in 1896 when he applied for military benefits and to live in the Wisconsin State Veterans Home in Waupaca , WI .

 

    Patrick provided documentation that actually went to the Department of the Navy and then to Congress which removed the desertion charges and provided him with an honorable discharge in 1898.  In the committee hearings the following was transcribed:

 

    In addition to the foregoing House report, the committee gives an extract from a private letter, written by James Murray of Fremont , Nebraska , to a Senator who says he has implicit confidence in his statements.  Mr. Murray was a Captain in the Twenty-eighth Wisconsin , from which Hanley deserted.  He says:

 

    “I was one of the line officers in the Twenty-eighth Wisconsin.  You were another.  My company was H.  Now to business.  A man whose name is Patrick Hanley enlisted upon the occasion of the organization of the Twenty-eighth from Merton or Lisbon and chose company H to go in; Went to Camp Washburn with the rest of us, mustered, drilled, and on the whole was a good soldier, no way disorderly, and was, I verily believe never reprimanded by any of his superior officers.  He went home; we marched the next day; he failed to get back in time; he followed us to Chicago ; we were gone; he enlisted in a battery at that place (mercantile) was rejected for a physical disability of some kind.  In a short time he enlisted in the Navy and served three years.

 

    Of course most of this has been told me after we got home, by him.  I know this however, while we were in camp in Mobile (AL probably March/1865), one of my men came to me one day and said: “Patrick Hanley is down on board of a gunboat and expressed a desire to see us, but said that I would have him arrested  as a deserter, and that he had seen about as much service as any of the Twenty-eighth, he would not like to be arrested.  As the war was about winding up I forbore to send for him.  Well, of course, he reported as a deserter and the muster-out rolls so reported him.  It seems that he not long since found it out.  He writes that he is seeking to get the disgrace effaced on account of his children.  I sympathize with the boy (Patrick was 52!) particularly in that respect.  Congressman Cook of Wisconsin (Samuel Andrew of Neenah ) is trying to have a bill passed restoring him.  Now, as you were in those days one of us, could you not, if you deem it right, etc. give the matter a helping hand?  My recollection of the boy is quite vivid and I found him dutiful, orderly, and a manly young man.”

 

    While Hanley might have persevered in his attempt to overtake the Twenty-eighth Wisconsin and thus avoided the charge of desertion, we think that his conduct in seeking to enlist in the Mercantile Battery[1], and enlisting and serving a year in the Navy, shows that he was not endeavoring to avoid the service of his country and the committee report the bill back with a recommendation that it do pass.

[1] The Chicago Mercantile Battery was one of the most renowned artillery units in the Civil War.

Please let me know if I can provide further information.

Best regards,

David Bunzel

San Jose, CA

Lannon, Thomas  (Lisbon); Aug 19, 1862; died Aug 6, 1864, Pine Bluff, Ark., disease.

Rosier, Amos  (Lisbon); Aug 20, 1862; M.O. Aug 21, 1865.

Company K, 28th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

Mason, George A.  (Lisbon); Aug 20, 1862, M.O. Aug 23, 1865

28th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

Company Unknown

(Source: The History of Waukesha County, 1881, page 516)

 

Bonner, Peter (Lisbon)

Elliott, James Anderson (Lisbon), Rejected by Army Medical Department, he volunteered as a civilian harness and saddle maker and teamster; part of the Trans-Mississippi Army in the Quartermaster's Department, 28th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry. (Source: "Mark of the Elliott Family" by Fred Keller, Waukesha County Historical Society, Landmark, Summer 1996, Vol. 39, No.2. p16-17.)

Hine, Frank (Lisbon); possible brother (?) to Hiram Hine(s) (Lisbon); June 4, 1861; in Waukesha Union Guards, 5th Reg.?

Hourts, Peter (Lisbon)

Howard, H (Lisbon); possibly Howard, Hiram (Menomonee) in Company A, 28th Reg.?

McGill, T (Thomas) (Lisbon)

Mullin, Anthony W. (Lisbon)

Pearl, E. (Lisbon) Note: Possibly -  Pearl, Edward S. (Lisbon), Co. F, 47th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry

Piso, Alanson (Lisbon)

Porter, Peter (Lisbon)

Richmond, T. (Thomas?) (Lisbon)

Rowell, Ira B. (Lisbon)

Templeton, James (Lisbon)

Thompson, Fitz James (Lisbon)

Source: Wisconsin Volunteers, War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865, Vol. 2., Madison, Wisconsin, Democrat Printing Company, State Printers, 1886.

Camp Washburn
A Civil War reception center and trading post established in October 1861, Camp Washburn was located on the old Cold Spring Racetrack west of 27th Street, which at the time of the war was outside of the city limits of Milwaukee.
Camp Washburn saw the training of the 28th, 34th, 35th, 39th, 43rd, 48th & 51st Wisconsin VI, the 2nd WI Cav., and the 13th Battery WI Light Artillery.  Source: Encyclopedia of Historic Forts Roberts, Robert B. Macmillan Publishing Company Copyright 1988, Quiner's The Military History of Wisconsin, 1866, The Fond du Lac Commonwealth 1860's & 90's

Wisconsin 34th Regular Infantry Regiment

Company A, 34th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

Fisher, Thomas (Lisbon), Nov 17, 1862; discharged, Dec 6, 1862, disability.

Higgins, Henry (Lisbon), Nov 17, 1862; MO Sept 8, 1863, term expired.

McCowan, Owen (Lisbon), Nov 17, 1862; MO Sept 8, 1863, term expired.

Roberts, John (Lisbon), Nov 17, 1862; Corporal; discharged Mar 23, 1863.

Company B, 34th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

Harris, Alexander, Jr. (Lisbon), Nov 10, 1862; deserted January 30, 1863

Company L, 34th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

Maloy, David (Lake Five), Nov 21, 1862; deserted January 31, 1863

Note: Maloy is the only individual found to be from Lake Five, a small unincorporated hamlet in the Town of Lisbon

Wisconsin 36th Regular Infantry Regiment

Company D, 36th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

Dyke, George (Lisbon), Feb 26, 1864; deserted May 9, 1864.

Van Kirk, John (Lisbon), Feb 26, 1864; wounded June 18, 1864, near Petersburg; MO July 12, 1865.

Wisconsin 38th Regular Infantry Regiment

Company ?, 38th Regiment, Wisconsin Regular Infantry (1862-65)

Fish, F.; company unknown

Wisconsin 45th Regular Infantry Regiment

Roster of Recruits Not on Company Rolls, 45th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

Murphy, James, II (Lisbon), Feb 17, 1865 (Note: Father: James Murphy is listed from New Berlin)

Wisconsin 47th Regular Infantry Regiment

Company C, 47th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

Johnson, George L. (Lisbon), Feb 6, 1865; MO Aug 30, 1865

Company F, 47th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

Pearl, Edward S. (Lisbon), Feb 1, 1865; MO Sept 4, 1865.

Richmond, Thompson P. (Lisbon), Feb 1, 1865; MO Sept 4, 1865.

Wisconsin 48th Regular Infantry Regiment

Company B, 48th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

Black, Robert (Lisbon), Feb 14, 1865; MO Feb 19, 1866.

Brady, John (Lisbon), Feb 14, 1865; MO Feb 19, 1866.

Davidson, James (Lisbon), Feb 13, 1865; MO Feb 19, 1866.

Gay, Lloyd M. (Lisbon), Feb 17, 1865; MO Feb 19, 1866.

Hanifin, John (Lisbon), Feb 14, 1865; MO Feb 19, 1866.

Hinds, Francis G. (Lisbon), Feb 14, 1865; MO Feb 19, 1866.

Hinds, Hiram S. (Lisbon), Feb 14, 1865; Sergt; MO Feb 19, 1866.

McKenna, James (Lisbon), Feb 17, 1865; MO Feb 19, 1866

Mudgett, Ezra (Lisbon), Feb 14, 1865; discharged Oct 21, 1865, disability.

Pittman, Charles (Lisbon), Feb 11, 1865; MO Feb 19, 1866.

Shears, Barton W. (Lisbon), Feb 14, 1865; Wagoner; MO Feb 19, 1866.

Company C, 48th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

Born, Jacob (Lisbon), Feb 16, 1865; MO Mar 24, 1866

Cottrell, Joseph (Lisbon), Feb 18, 1865; MO June 6, 1865

Faverel, Edward (Lisbon), Feb 15, 1865; MO Mar 24, 1866

Putt, John (Lisbon), Feb 16, 1865; discharged, May 31, 1865, disability.

Turner, George (Lisbon), Feb 16, 1865; Corporal; MO Mar 24, 1865 (1866?)

Company D, 48th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

Peterson, Gustavus (Lisbon), Feb 17, 1865; deserted, Feb 24, 1865

Wisconsin 51st Regular Infantry Regiment

Company G (Original), 51st Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

     Company mustered out of Milwaukee May 5, 1865, before joining its command, in compliance with EXT. 6, G.O., No. 77, dated April 28, 1865, War Dept reducing the army, Company A, 53rd Wisconsin Infantry taking its' place as per EXT. 74, S.O., No. 294, dated June 10, 1865, War Depart Consolidations perfected at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, June 30, 1865.

Landberg, Charles (Lisbon), Feb 15, 1865; MO May 6, 1865

Source: Wisconsin Volunteers, War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865, Vol. 2., Madison, Wisconsin, Democrat Printing Company, State Printers, 1886.

Information on Particular Individuals 

Corp. Charles H. Wildish; Co. A, 28th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry

    Charles H. Wildish was born in England, January 2, 1840. When three years of age he came with his parents to Wisconsin, and lived on a farm in the town of Lisbon, Waukesha Co., Wisconsin until nearly out of his teens. He was attending the state university at Madison, Wis., when he caught the war fever. He enlisted Aug. 15, 1862, in Co. A, 28th Regiment, Wis. Vol. Infantry. He went into Camp Washburn, at Milwaukee, with his regiment in the month of September. The regiment remained in Camp Washburn until the 20th day of December, when they were called south.

    The entries in his diary were made daily, and the different moods and feelings in his life are exhibited in his daily entries. He dropped his pen on the 28th day of July, 1863, and the pages thereafter are blank. He died of malarial fever on the 21st day of August, 1863, and his body is buried on the bluffs back of Helena, Arkansas. His diary was sent home by his comrades, and the original diary is now in the possession of his brother, Joseph E. Wildish, of Milwaukee, Wis., who prizes it as a treasure of great value.

    Charles H. Wildish had a host of friends in and out of the army. His genial manner and winning ways endeared him to all who knew him. The entries in his diary show something of his thought and character, and on and between the lines can be read the joys and sorrows of a soldier's life.

    These lines were printed in the 28th Regiment's reunion booklet for the year 1900. After the War, his body was removed to the military cemetery in Memphis, Tennessee.

 

Pvt. Edmond Wilkins; Co. A, 28th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry

    Edmond Wilkins was born 2 May 1843 in Dorchester, County of Dorchester, England. He was one of eleven children. He arrived in Canada on his birthday in 1859, arriving at Montreal, Canada, and in 1860 relocated to the Village of Waukesha, Wisconsin. In 1862 he moved to the Town of Lisbon, six miles north of Waukesha.

    On 12 February 1864, Wilkins enlisted as a Recruit in Company A, 28th Regiment, Wisconsin Vol. Infantry, going to Camp Randall in Madison, and from there joining the 28th Regiment at Pine Bluff, Arkansas in April 1864.

    While on a march Pvt. Wilkins became sun struck and was in the hospital and on sick list for some three months.

    On 22 February 1865 the Regiment was ordered to Mobile, Ala., going by boat down the Arkansas and Mississippi Rivers. While crossing the Gulf on the old flat-bottomed boat Belvedere they ran into a severe storm and thought it was the last, but soon arrived safe and sound at Fort Morgan on Mobile Bay. There they were ordered to Spanish Fort to take part in its capture, and were under fire for 13 days. From the noise of the bombardment, Pvt. Wilkins was made deaf in his right ear.

    After the capture of Spanish Fort the Regiment was ordered to Texas and was discharged at Brownsville, Tex., August 23d, 1865 and ordered home.

    Edmond Wilkins joined Wm. B. Cushing Post No. 19, Department of Wisconsin, December 12th, 1890, and held the offices of Junior Vice Commander, Senior Vice Comander, Officer of Guard.

    He is buried at Prairie Home Cemetery in Waukesha, Wisconsin.

    From "Personal War Sketches", Wm. B. Cushing Post, No. 19, Waukesha County, Wis. Thanks to Ellen Steinberg for providing this information.

28th Regiment Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Company "Q" 

Friends and Descendants of the 28th Wisconsin

        Like most regiments, the 28th Wisconsin was divided into ten companies, each given a letter designation of A through K (the letter "J" was not used). During post-war regimental reunions, "Company Q" was the name coined for the group of friends or relatives who were accepted as honorary members of the regimental society.

 

". . . I am chairman of a committee appointed two years ago to consider the matter of perpetuation of this organization (the Society of the 28th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry) through the sons of the first generation. The committee has met informally, never had a regular committee meeting; but we deem it impossible to do anything except by way of increasing Company Q. I think every last one of us is united in the thought of keeping up this organization as long as there is a single member of the old 28th left. We are afraid when the last member passes away the organization will go. The younger generation cannot have the same spirit because we were not, like you, for four years at the front . . . I do not see how this organization can be perpetuated. The 28th is too good to live after it is dead".

   

Rev.GeorgeC.Weiss,Co.Q

Twentieth Annual Reunion of the 28th Wisconsin, 

 Elkhorn, Wisconsin on 26 June 1902.

More to come...

Source: The History of Waukesha County, 1880; 

Alphabetical Listing by Surname

of (127) Volunteers and Draftees 

    When war was declared, Town of Lisbon Union volunteers were called on to meet the challenge. After April 20, 1861, the enthusiasm ran high, and there being just one Waukesha County recruiting office at first, large numbers of men enlisted in Milwaukee and adjoining counties, no one being aware at the time that the county would need all the men she could spare to fill her own quota and avoid a draft. The same is true that some men probably enlisted in Townships other than their own because the Town of Lisbon recruiting office wasn't setup as quickly as others.  (Note: Henry Phillips was appointed April 20, 1861 to the 1st Waukesha County Central Committee, from the Town of Lisbon, to receive subscriptions and push on war measures. Subscriptions were monetary pledges by Waukesha County citizens to provide all needful assistance to the families of those who may enlist in their country's service, during their term of enlistment. Later pledges were made to furnish wood, meat, flour, and provisions to soldier's wives and children. Men offered houses free of rent; physicians offered medical attendance free of charge. Unfortunately, in December, a large number of subscribers refused to pay their assessments. This brought a storm of letters from soldiers, who complained bitterly. Source: History of Waukesha County, 1881))

    The first draft of men from the Town of Lisbon began in the Waukesha County Court House on Monday, November 10, 1862; from it 29 were drafted and 32 exemptions (the Examining Surgeon opened his office in Waukesha on September 1, 1862) were given. Some men may have simply "skedaddled" to Canada. The September 1862 quota of men for the town was 78; the draft filled the quota that volunteers couldn't fill. The Conscription Act gave drafted men the same bounties as volunteers. The date a man mustered in or enlisted may indicate whether he volunteered or was drafted.

     In the summer of 1863, Wisconsin responded to President Lincoln's call for troops by requiring men between the ages of 18 and 45, who had not already enlisted in the volunteer force, to be enrolled in the state militia.

    County commissioners were appointed to oversee this enrollment with lists being created for each township. Once the lists were complete, claims of disability and conscientious objection could be made, with objectors being allowed to pay $200 to "commute their obligation". Others considered exempt included telegraph operators, skilled workers in gun factories, engineers and firemen on the railroads, and ministers; however, many of these men may have volunteered.

    The actual draft from this listing occurred on November 12, 1863 in the United States Court room in Milwaukee (since the Waukesha County Draft Commissioner was abolished); the Town of Lisbon was required to provide 24 men. (Note: During the week before October 13, 1863 [Waukesha Freeman], the Waukesha County Central Committee met and named several Town of Lisbon persons to form a committee to co-operate in organizing the Town's Union men for political purposes, and to counteract the treason uttered and taught by copperhead speakers and papers throughout the County. They were George Cairncross, Richard Cooling, and William Small. Note: In May, 1863, George Cairncross was appointed to make the enlistment roll quota in the Town of Lisbon. He was to discover and record the number of men fit for military duty. Source: The History of Waukesha County, 1881.)

    Many of the names under the Aug 1863 Wisconsin State Militia Enrollment are there for this reason; they may not have served during the war years. These surnames, from published listings in the Waukesha Freeman, dated August 4, 1863 and August 11, 1863, are preceded by an asterisk (*), but no entry has been found in either volume of Wisconsin Volunteers, War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865.

    Another draft was held on Friday, September 23, 1864 (also in Milwaukee), but the Town of Lisbon's quota was filled by all volunteers this time. The last draft was in February 1865; Lisbon's quota was 22 men, but a few weeks later, General Lee surrendered to end the Civil War. The date a man mustered in or enlisted may indicate whether he volunteered or was drafted.

    Surnames preceded by a question mark (?) are those individuals cited by The History of Waukesha County, 1881 as being in a particular Regiment, but no entry has been found in either volume of Wisconsin Volunteers, War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865. Those that have been located have additional information provided; some indicate that their place of residence wasn't the Town of Lisbon. There may be several reasons for these differences.

  1. Ainsworth, Henry N. (Lisbon); Company F, 1st Regiment, Wisconsin Cavalry; (Source: The History of Waukesha County, 1881, page 516); according to Wisconsin Volunteers, War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865, Vol. 1., his residence was Merton, Ainsworth, Henry M., and enlisted on Sept 18, 1861; died Oct 2, 1862 in Memphis, Tenn. of disease.

  2. Bacon, Hiram H. , Lisbon, Company H, 1st Regiment, Wisconsin Heavy Artillery; Sept 5, 1864; M.O. June 26, 1865

  3. Bacon, Mark , Lisbon, Company H, 1st Regiment, Wisconsin Heavy Artillery; Sept 5, 1864; M.O. June 26, 1865

  4. (Barton) Burton; James A.  (Lisbon); Aug 2, 1862; M.O. Aug 23, 1865; Company A, 28th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65); "Lewis Guards"
  5. Black, Robert (Lisbon), Feb 14, 1865; MO Feb 19, 1866; Company B, 48th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)
  6. Bohrmann, Gottlieb (Bohman, Gotlieb) (Lisbon); Aug 20, 1862; M.O. Aug 23, 1865.; Company F,  28th Wisconsin; "The Badger Guards"
  7. ? Bonham, Robert,  Hero in War; married Harriett Elliott, daug. of George.(Source: "Mark of the Elliott Family" by Fred Keller, Waukesha County Historical Society, Landmark, Summer 1996, Vol. 39, No.2. p16-17.)
  8. Bonner, Peter (Lisbon); 28th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65); Company Unknown; (Source: The History of Waukesha County, 1881, page 516); according to Wisconsin Volunteers, War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865, Vol. 2., his residence was Waukesha and enlisted in the 39th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry, Co. B in May 15, 1864; promoted to Corporal; MO Sept 22, 1864, term expired.

  9. Born, Jacob (Lisbon), Feb 16, 1865; MO Mar 24, 1866; Company C, 48th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

  10. Botsford (Bottsford), James S. , ( Source: The History of Waukesha County, 1881, page 513)  (Lisbon); Company F, 5th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65); "Waukesha Union Guards"; (First Waukesha County company raised, company election held on May 2, 1861, company sworn in June 10, 1861, left for camp at Madison on June 13th.); May 10, 1861; vet.; wounded Wilderness; transferred to Co. C, Indiana Battalion.

  11. Boyce, George (Lisbon); Company D, 3rd Regular Cavalry Regiment, (Source: The History of Waukesha County, 1881, page 516); according to Wisconsin Volunteers, War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865, Vol. 1., his residence was Hartland and enlisted on Mar 19, 1862; discharged Oct 8, 1863, disability.

  12. Brady, John (Lisbon), Feb 14, 1865; MO Feb 19, 1866; Company B, 48th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

  13. Butler, Thomas Harley (Lisbon), Date of Enlistment: August 21, 1862, Mustered Out: August 28, 1865; Company F,  28th Wisconsin; "The Badger Guards"

  14. Campbell, Benjamin (Lisbon); Aug 21, 1862; discharged. June 2, 1865, disability; Company F,  28th Wisconsin; "The Badger Guards"

  15. Carpenter, Amasa T. (Lisbon); Aug 18, 1862; discharged. Apr. 16, 1863, disability; Company F,  28th Wisconsin; "The Badger Guards"

  16. Chase, Joseph A.   (Lisbon); Company K, 6th Regiment, Wisconsin Regular Infantry (1862-65); June 23, 1861; discharged Dec 16, 1861, disability.

  17. Christiansen, Christian (Lisbon), Sept 29, 1864; drafted, MO June 2, 1865; Company A, 17th Regiment, Wisconsin Regular Infantry (1862-65)

  18. Cottrell, Joseph (Lisbon), Feb 18, 1865; MO June 6, 1865; Company C, 48th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

  19. Craig, Edward (Lisbon); Company F, 1st Regiment, Wisconsin Cavalry; (Source: The History of Waukesha County, 1881, page 516); according to Wisconsin Volunteers, War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865, Vol. 1., his enlisted in Company I on Oct 30, 1861; died Oct 8, 1862, Cape Girardeau, MO, disease.

  20. Crouch (Cranch), Samuel (Lisbon); Aug 21, 1862; deserted Oct. 18, 1862; Company F,  28th Wisconsin; "The Badger Guards"

  21. Daugherty, Edward H.  (Lisbon); Aug 20, 1862; M.O. Aug 23, 1865.; Company G, 28th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

  22. Davidson, James (Lisbon), Feb 13, 1865; MO Feb 19, 1866; Company B, 48th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

  23. Dingledein (Dingledin), George (Lisbon); Aug 21, 1862; M.O. Aug 23, 1865.; Company F,  28th Wisconsin; "The Badger Guards"

  24. Dixon, Thomas (Lisbon); Company D, 3rd Regular Cavalry Regiment, (Source: The History of Waukesha County, 1881, page 516); according to Wisconsin Volunteers, War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865, Vol. 1., his residence was Milwaukee and enlisted on Dec 9, 1861; transferred to the V.R.C. (Veteran Reserve Corps) Aug ?, 1863.

  25. Doneley, Frank (Lisbon); Company I, 1st Regiment, Wisconsin Cavalry; (Source: The History of Waukesha County, 1881, page 516); according to Wisconsin Volunteers, War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865, Vol. 1., he enlisted as Donelley, Francis J. in Company L, Oct 10, 1861; discharged Feb 9, 1863, disability.

  26. Dyke, George (Lisbon), Feb 26, 1864; deserted May 9, 1864; Company D, 36th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

  27. Elliott, James Anderson (Lisbon), Rejected by Army Medical Department, he volunteered as a civilian harness and saddle maker and teamster; part of the Trans-Mississippi Army in the Quartermaster's Department, 28th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry. (Source: "Mark of the Elliott Family" by Fred Keller, Waukesha County Historical Society, Landmark, Summer 1996, Vol. 39, No.2. p16-17.)

  28. Elliott, Samuel, son of George Elliott, II; left home before War; Joined Union Army, wounded in shoulder, Battle of Chickamauga; rejoined regiment 3 mos. later; honorably discharged near War's end. 

  29. Ellsworth, Wallace R. (B.)   (Lisbon); discharged 21 Feb 1865, disability.; Company B, 28th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65); "Waukesha Minute Men"

  30. Emmons, Amos G.  (Lisbon); Company K, 6th Regiment, Wisconsin Regular Infantry (1862-65);  June 25, 1861; discharged Feb 20, 1863, disability.

  31. Emmons, Roswill G.   (Lisbon); Company K, 6th Regiment, Wisconsin Regular Infantry (1862-65);  June 25, 1861; died Dec 30, 1863, Beile (?) Plain, VA, disease.

  32. Ennis, Andrew  (Lisbon); Aug 15, 1862; M.O. Aug 24, 1865.; Company H, 28th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65); "Sigel Guards"

  33. Faverel, Edward (Lisbon), Feb 15, 1865; MO Mar 24, 1866; Company C, 48th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

  34. Field, John (Lisbon); Aug 20, 1862; M.O. Aug 23, 1865.; Company F,  28th Wisconsin; "The Badger Guards"

  35. Fielder, George (Lisbon); Aug 19, 1862; died Oct. 30, 1863, St. Louis, MO., disease; Company F,  28th Wisconsin; "The Badger Guards"

  36. ? Fish, F.; company unknown; 38th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

  37. Fisher, Thomas (Lisbon), Nov 17, 1862; discharged, Dec 6, 1862, disability; Company A, 34th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

  38. Gallop, Andrew   (Lisbon); Dec 21, 1864; enlisted June 22, 1861; vet.; Corp.; Sergt.; 1st Sergt; wounded May 6, 1864; Captain; M.O. July 14, 1865

  39. Gallup, Henry W.   (Lisbon); Company K, 6th Regiment, Wisconsin Regular Infantry (1862-65);  May 10, 1861; discharged May 5, 1862, disability.

  40. Gay, Lloyd M. (Lisbon), Feb 17, 1865; MO Feb 19, 1866; Company B, 48th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

  41. Gebmann, Louis  (Lisbon); Aug 21, 1862; died Sept 6, 1863; Memphis, Tenn., disease.; Company H, 28th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65); "Sigel Guards"

  42. Gower, Samuel  (Lisbon); Company F, 5th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65); "Waukesha Union Guards"; (First Waukesha County company raised, company election held on May 2, 1861, company sworn in June 10, 1861, left for camp at Madison on June 13th.); May 10, 1861; wounded Williamsburg; died Oct 3, 1862, Ft. McHenry, Md.

  43. Gower, Thomas H. (Lisbon); Aug 21, 1862;  M.O. Aug 23, 1865; Company A, 28th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65); "Lewis Guards"

  44. Gray, Joseph  (Lisbon) (Source: The History of Waukesha County, 1881, page 516); Company F, 5th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65); "Waukesha Union Guards"; (First Waukesha County company raised, company election held on May 2, 1861, company sworn in June 10, 1861, left for camp at Madison on June 13th.)

  45. Green, Asner G. , Lisbon, Company F, 1st Regiment, Wisconsin Heavy Artillery; Sept. 3, 1864; M.O. June 26, 1865

  46. Greengo, Amos E. , Lisbon, Company G, 1st Regiment, Wisconsin Regular Infantry (3 Years);  Sept 13, 1861; Prisoner Dec 30, 1862; M.O. Oct 14, 1864, Term Expired.

  47. Greengo, James C. , Lisbon, Company G, 1st Regiment, Wisconsin Regular Infantry (3 Years);  Sept 13, 1861; Sergeant; M.O. Oct 14, 1864, Term Expired.

  48. Griggs, Cassuis M.   (Lisbon); Company K, 6th Regiment, Wisconsin Regular Infantry (1862-65);  June 22, 1861; discharged May 4, 1862, disability.

  49. Hanley (Henley), Patrick (Lisbon); Aug 20, 1862; deserted Dec 20, 1862.; Company H, 28th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65); "Sigel Guards"

  50. Hanifin, John (Lisbon), Feb 14, 1865; MO Feb 19, 1866; Company B, 48th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

  51. Harris, Alexander, Jr. (Lisbon), Nov 10, 1862; deserted January 30, 1863; Company B, 34th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

  52. Hendrick, Cyrus (Lisbon); Company K, 6th Regiment, Wisconsin Regular Infantry (1862-65);  June 26, 1861; discharged Jan 8, 1862; reenlisted Aug 12, 1864; M.O. June 8, 1865.

  53. Hendrick, Edward B  (Lisbon); Company K, 6th Regiment, Wisconsin Regular Infantry (1862-65);  June 22, 1861; Corp.; M.O. July 15, 1864; TE.

  54. Hendricks, Israel W.  (Lisbon);  Dec 21, 1864; enlisted June 22, 1861; vet.; Corp.; Sergt.; 1st Sergt; Lieut.; died Feb 14, 1865, City Point from wounds received at Hatcher's Run, VA.

  55. Henshaw, Daniel H.  (Lisbon);  Company B, 1st Regiment, Wisconsin Regular Infantry; (Source: The History of Waukesha County, 1881, page 516); according to Wisconsin Volunteers, War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865, Vol. 1., his residence was Hartford and enlisted for 3Months, Apr 20, 1861; MO Aug 21, 1861.

  56. Higgins, George W. (Lisbon); Aug 20, 1862;; Corp.; Sergeant; 2nd Lieut., promoted July 29, 1865, not mustered; M.O. Aug 23, 1865.; Company F,  28th Wisconsin; "The Badger Guards"

  57. Higgins, Henry (Lisbon), Nov 17, 1862; MO Sept 8, 1863, term expired; Company A, 34th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

  58. Hinds, Francis G. (Lisbon), Feb 14, 1865; MO Feb 19, 1866; Company B, 48th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

  59. Hinds, Hiram S. (Lisbon), Feb 14, 1865; Sergt; MO Feb 19, 1866; Company B, 48th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

  60. ? Hine, Frank (Lisbon); (possible brother (or ?) to Hiram Hines (Lisbon); June 4, 1861; in Waukesha Union Guards, 5th Reg.?); 28th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65); Company Unknown; (Source: The History of Waukesha County, 1881, page 516)

  61. Hines, Hiram  (Lisbon); Company F, 5th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65); "Waukesha Union Guards"; (First Waukesha County company raised, company election held on May 2, 1861, company sworn in June 10, 1861, left for camp at Madison on June 13th.); June 4, 1861; discharged Nov 21, 1863, disability.

  62. ? Hourts, Peter (Lisbon); 28th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65); Company Unknown; (Source: The History of Waukesha County, 1881, page 516)

  63. Howard, H (Lisbon); possibly Howard, Hiram (Menomonee) in Company A, 28th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65); Company Unknown; (Source: The History of Waukesha County, 1881, page 516)

  64. Howard, Hiram (Menomonee); listed here for researcher's notes. Possibly from Lisbon?; Company A, 28th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65); "Lewis Guards"; according to Wisconsin Volunteers, War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865, Vol. 1., he enlisted Aug 19, 1862; MO Aug 23, 1865.

  65. Howitt, Andrew  (Lisbon); Company E, 10th Regiment, Wisconsin Regular Infantry (1862-65); (Source: The History of Waukesha County, 1881, page 516); according to Wisconsin Volunteers, War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865, Vol. 1., his residence was Milwaukee and enlisted Sept 30, 1861; died Feb 23, 1862, Elizabethtown, KY.

  66. Hurtgen (Hartzen), Sgt. John Adam  (Lisbon); Aug 18, 1862;  Sergt; 1st Sergt; 2nd Lieut. July 29, 1865; not mustered; M.O. Aug 21, 1865.; Company H, 28th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65); "Sigel Guards"

  67. Jeffery (Jeffrey), George C. (Lisbon); Aug 21, 1862; died Mar 6, 1863, Helena, Ark., disease.; Company A, 28th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65); "Lewis Guards"

  68. Johnson, George L. (Lisbon), Feb 6, 1865; MO Aug 30, 1865; Company C, 47th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

  69. Landberg, Charles (Lisbon), Feb 15, 1865; MO May 6, 1865; Company G (Original), 51st Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

  70. Lannon, Thomas  (Lisbon); Aug 19, 1862; died Aug 6, 1864, Pine Bluff, Ark., disease.; Company H, 28th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65); "Sigel Guards"

  71. Larkin, Thomas  (first listed as from Lisbon, in reorganized regiment indicates from Merton; Note: The History of Waukesha County, 1881, page 516 lists him from Lisbon); Company F, 5th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65); "Waukesha Union Guards"; (First Waukesha County company raised, company election held on May 2, 1861, company sworn in June 10, 1861, left for camp at Madison on June 13th.); June 4, 1861; discharged Nov 23, 1863, disability; reenlisted Feb 11, 1864; transferred to Co. C Indiana Battalion, July 13, 1864; promotions to Corp. and Sergt.; M.O. June 11, 1865.

  72. Love, William , Lisbon, Company F, 1st Regiment, Wisconsin Heavy Artillery; Sept 3, 1864; M.O. June 26, 1865

  73. Luce, Charles D. (Lisbon); Aug 20, 1862; died Aug 28, 1864, Pine Bluff, Ark., disease.; Company A, 28th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65); "Lewis Guards"

  74. Maloy, David (Lake Five), Nov 21, 1862; deserted January 31, 1863; Company L, 34th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65); Note: Maloy is the only individual found to be from Lake Five, a small unincorporated hamlet in the Town of Lisbon

  75. Mason, George A. (Lisbon); Aug 20, 1862, M.O. Aug 23, 1865; Company K, 28th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

  76. McCowan, Owen (Lisbon), Nov 17, 1862; MO Sept 8, 1863, term expired; Company A, 34th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

  77. McEntee, John (Lisbon), Sept 1, 1864; MO July 14, 1865; Company L, 20th Regiment, Wisconsin Regular Infantry (1862-65)

  78. McGill, Charles N (Lisbon); Aug 21, 1862; died Sept 2, 1864 Pine Bluff, Arkansas, disease; Company F,  28th Wisconsin; "The Badger Guards"

  79. ? McGill, T (Thomas) (Lisbon); 28th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65); Company Unknown; (Source: The History of Waukesha County, 1881, page 516)

  80. McKee, Andrew  (Lisbon); Aug 21, 1862; Sergt; 1st Sergt; 2nd Lieut. July 29, 1865; not mustered; M.O. Aug 21, 1865.; Company G, 28th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

  81. McKenna, James (Lisbon), Feb 17, 1865; MO Feb 19, 1866; Company B, 48th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

  82. ? McKenna, John  (Lisbon); Company A (?), 17th Regiment, Wisconsin Regular Infantry (1862-65); (Source: The History of Waukesha County, 1881, page 516); according to Wisconsin Volunteers, War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865, Vol. 1., there was a John McKenna from Kenosha and enlisted in Co. B., was promoted to Captain; there also was a John McKennan from Waupun who deserted.

  83. Mead, Henry G. (Lisbon); Aug 20, 1862; discharged Apr 4, 1863.; Company A, 28th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65); "Lewis Guards"

  84. Mott, Andrew J.  (Lisbon); June 25, 1861; Company K, 6th Regiment, Wisconsin Regular Infantry (1862-65);  discharged Nov 11, 1861.

  85. Moyes, James (Lisbon); Aug 21, 1862;  Corporal; M.O. Aug 23, 1865.; Company F,  28th Wisconsin; "The Badger Guards"

  86. Mudgett, Ezra (Lisbon), Feb 14, 1865; discharged Oct 21, 1865, disability; Company B, 48th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

  87. Mullin, Anthony W. (Lisbon); 28th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65); Company Unknown; (Source: The History of Waukesha County, 1881, page 516); according to Wisconsin Volunteers, War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865, Vol. 1., he name is listed as Mullan or Mullen, his residence was Milwaukee, enlisted Aug 21, 1862; Musician; promoted to Corporal; MO June 6, 1865.

  88. Murphy, James, II (Lisbon), Feb 17, 1865 (Note: Father: James Murphy is listed from New Berlin); Roster of Recruits Not on Company Rolls, 45th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

  89. Murphy, Patrick H. (Lisbon); Company D, 3rd Regular Cavalry Regiment, (Source: The History of Waukesha County, 1881, page 516); according to Wisconsin Volunteers, War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865, Vol. 1., his residence was Merton and enlisted Jan 11, 1862; Vet.; transferred to Reorganized Co. I, Mar 28, 1863; MO Sept 29, 1865.

  90. ? Noon, Jeremiah Jr. (Lisbon), Nov 8, 1862 (Wisconsin Volunteers, War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865, Vol. 1., p.379 shows residence as Milwaukee); died 12 Mar. 1864 at Pine Bluff, buried section 3; Company F,  28th Wisconsin; "The Badger Guards"

  91. Noon, Sr., Jeremiah  (Lisbon); Enlisted Aug 20, 1862; Sept 22, 1862; 1st Lieut; promoted Captain., June 30, 1863, not mustered; died 10 Aug 1863 at Lisbon, Wis., disease.; Company F,  28th Wisconsin; "The Badger Guards"

  92. Oliver, John W. (Lisbon); Sept 1, 1861; M.O. July 19, 1865. (Note: Not listed in Weaver Civil War book, Pauline Haass Library); Company A, 28th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65); "Lewis Guards"

  93. Palmer, Levi L. H. (Lisbon); Aug 20, 1862; discharged. December 14, 1863, disability; Company F,  28th Wisconsin; "The Badger Guards"

  94. Pearl, Edward S. (Lisbon), Feb 1, 1865; MO Sept 4, 1865; Company F, 47th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

  95. ? Pearl, Elisha (Lisbon); 28th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65); Company Unknown; (Source: The History of Waukesha County, 1881, page 516)

  96. Peeso (Piso, Peese), Alanson E. , Lisbon, Company C, 1st Regiment, Wisconsin Regular Infantry (3 Months); May 17, 1861; M.O. Aug 21, 1861 (Note: The History of Waukesha County, 1881, page 513 mentions that "Waukesha County, as a county, had no ninety-days men." (Note: See Piso entry below)

  97. Peterson, Gustavus (Lisbon), Feb 17, 1865; deserted, Feb 24, 1865; Company D, 48th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

  98. Piso, Alanson (Lisbon); 28th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65); Company Unknown; (Source: The History of Waukesha County, 1881, page 516), See Peeso above.

  99. Pittman, Charles (Lisbon), Feb 11, 1865; MO Feb 19, 1866; Company B, 48th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

  100. ? Porter, Peter (Lisbon); 28th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65); Company Unknown; (Source: The History of Waukesha County, 1881, page 516)

  101. Powrie, Robert  (Lisbon); Wisconsin 5th Infantry Regiment (Original); Field and Staff; May 19, 1863; from Co. F; orig. Co. F, June 1, 1861, musician (Note: The History of Waukesha County, 1881, page 513 mentions he was a Fifer); promoted to Principal Musician, May 19, 1863; M.O. Aug 2, 1864, TE.

  102. Prevy, Francis , Lisbon, Company H, 1st Regiment, Wisconsin Heavy Artillery; Sept 5, 1864; M.O. June 26, 1865

  103. Putt, John (Lisbon), Feb 16, 1865; discharged, May 31, 1865, disability; ; Company C, 48th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

  104. Rankin, William (Lisbon); Aug 21, 1862; Corporal; M.O. Aug 23, 1865. ; Company F,  28th Wisconsin; "The Badger Guards"

  105. ? Richmond, T. (Thomas?) (Lisbon); 28th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65); Company Unknown; (Source: The History of Waukesha County, 1881, page 516), See below.

  106. Richmond, Thompson P. (Lisbon), Feb 1, 1865; MO Sept 4, 1865; Company F, 47th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65) (Note: Same individual as above?)

  107. Roberts, John (Lisbon), Nov 17, 1862; Corporal; discharged Mar 23, 1863; Company A, 34th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

  108. Rodgers; Alexander  (Lisbon); Jan 29, 1863; promoted Com. Sergeant. Jan 29, 1863; From Sergeant. Co. F; discharged, Jan 27, 1865, disability.; Wisconsin 28th Regiment; Field and Staff

  109. Rooney, William (Lisbon), Sept 2, 1864; MO July 14, 1865; Company L, 20th Regiment, Wisconsin Regular Infantry (1862-65)

  110. Rosier, Amos  (Lisbon); Aug 20, 1862; M.O. Aug 21, 1865.; Company H, 28th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65); "Sigel Guards"

  111. ? Rowell, Ira B. (Lisbon); 28th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65); Company Unknown; (Source: The History of Waukesha County, 1881, page 516)

  112. Ruby, Benjamin F. , Lisbon, Company G, 1st Regiment, Wisconsin Regular Infantry (3 Years); Sept 18, 1861, killed at Chaplin Hills, KY., Oct 8, 1862.

  113. Shears, Barton W. (Lisbon), Feb 14, 1865; Wagoner; MO Feb 19, 1866; Company B, 48th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

  114. Sloan, David , Lisbon, Company K, 1st Regiment, Wisconsin Heavy Artillery; Sept 2, 1864; M.O. June 26, 1865

  115. Smith, Andrew J.  (Lisbon) (Source: The History of Waukesha County, 1881, page 516); Company F, 5th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65); "Waukesha Union Guards"; (First Waukesha County company raised, company election held on May 2, 1861, company sworn in June 10, 1861, left for camp at Madison on June 13th.); according to Wisconsin Volunteers, War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865, Vol. 1., his residence was Waukesha, enlisted May 10, 1861; Vet.; promoted Corporal; wounded at 2nd Fredericksburg, VA.; went to Co. C Indiana Batt., July 13, 1864 (may have been in Reorg. Co. D ?); MO July 11, 1865.

  116. Sutherlan, J. H.; served in Co. D., 5th Iowa Volunteer from 1862 until Aug 1865; wounded in battle of Fort Donelson; discharged from Nashville, Tenn.; came to Town of Lisbon in 1876.

  117. Taylor, John (Lisbon); Aug 21, 1862; died September 6, 1863, Memphis, Tennessee, disease; Company F,  28th Wisconsin; "The Badger Guards"

  118. ? Templeton, James (Lisbon); 28th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65); Company Unknown; (Source: The History of Waukesha County, 1881, page 516)

  119. Thomas, William H.  (Lisbon), 3rd Regular Cavalry, 1st Battalion Adjutants; December 16, 1861; promoted to Lieutenant, October 8, 1862; transferred from "Field and Staff" to "Co. H", October 8, 1862; promoted to Captain in Co. H, July 7, 1863; resigned September 8, 1864.; ( The History of Waukesha County, 1881, page 516, lists William H. Thomas as being in Company D)

  120. ? Thompson, Fitz James (Lisbon); 28th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65); Company Unknown; (Source: The History of Waukesha County, 1881, page 516); according to Wisconsin Volunteers, War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865, Vol. 2., there was a Fitz James Thompson from Marinette in the 39th Regiment, Infantry, Co. H.

  121. Turner, George (Lisbon), Feb 16, 1865; Corporal; MO Mar 24, 1865 (1866?); Company C, 48th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

  122. Van Kirk, John (Lisbon), Feb 26, 1864; wounded June 18, 1864, near Petersburg; MO July 12, 1865; Company D, 36th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65)

  123. Watson, John (Lisbon); Aug 21, 1862; Corporal; M.O. Aug 23, 1865.; Company F,  28th Wisconsin; "The Badger Guards"

  124. Weaver, Alfred S.  (Lisbon); Aug 15, 1862; promoted to corporal; appointed 3d. Sergeant  June 25, 1865; M.O. Aug 23, 1865; Company B, 28th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65); "Waukesha Minute Men"

  125. Weaver, Frederick S. (Lisbon); Aug 19, 1862; discharged 3 May 1863, disability.; Company B, 28th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65); "Waukesha Minute Men"

  126. Weaver, Lucius M.  (Lisbon); Aug 20, 1862; M.O. Aug 23, 1865; Company B, 28th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65); "Waukesha Minute Men"

  127. Webb, Clarence  (Lisbon); Company K, 13th Regiment, Wisconsin Regular Infantry (1862-65; )Feb 28, 1864; from Co. A, 24th Wisconsin Infantry; first listed as from Milwaukee, then Lisbon; transferred to 13th, June 9, 1865; M.O. Oct 19, 1865; Source: Wisconsin Volunteers, War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865, Vol. 1., page 769, Madison, Wisconsin, Democrat Printing Company, State Printers, 1886.

  128. Whicher, Stephen J.   (Lisbon);  Company K, 6th Regiment, Wisconsin Regular Infantry (1862-65); June 24, 1861, discharged March 17, 1862.

  129. ? Wilding, George (Lisbon); Company F, 1st Regiment, Wisconsin Cavalry; (Source: The History of Waukesha County, 1881, page 516); according to Wisconsin Volunteers, War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865, Vol. 1., there is a listing for a George Welding from a George Wilding reference, enlisting Oct 30, 1861 in Co. I; MO Mar 8, 1865, term expired.

  130. Wildish; Charles H.  (Lisbon); Aug 15, 1862; died, Aug 21, 1863, Helena, Ark, disease; Corporal; Company A, 28th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65); "Lewis Guards"

  131. Wilkins, Edmond  (Lisbon); Feb 12, 1864; M.O. Aug 21, 1865.; Company A, 28th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (1862-65); "Lewis Guards"

Aug 1863 Wisconsin State Militia Enrollment

     Many of the names here may not have served during the war years. These surnames, from published listings in the Waukesha Freeman, dated August 4, 1863 and August 11, 1863, are preceded by an asterisk (*), but no entry has been found in either volume of Wisconsin Volunteers, War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865.

    In the summer of 1863, Wisconsin responded to President Lincoln's call for troops by requiring men between the ages of 18 and 45, who had not already enlisted in the volunteer force, to be enrolled in the state militia.

    County commissioners ( Note: In May, 1863, George Cairncross was appointed to make the enlistment roll quota in the Town of Lisbon. He was to discover and record the number of men fit for military duty. Source: The History of Waukesha County, 1881.) were appointed to oversee this enrollment with lists being created for each township. Once the lists were complete, claims of disability and conscientious objection could be made, with objectors being allowed to pay $200 to "commute their obligation". Others considered exempt included telegraph operators, skilled workers in gun factories, engineers and firemen on the railroads, and ministers; however, many of these men may have volunteered.

  1. * Ainsworth, Roderick (?)

  2. * Barnage, William

  3. * Bartholomew, Charles
  4. * Billings, James
  5. * Bloor, James
  6. * Bloor,  John
  7. * Boots, Henry

  8. * Brown, Charles G.

  9. * Brown, Charles H.

  10. * Brown, Edward

  11. * Brown, James (Sr. ?)

  12. * Brown, James Jr.

  13. * Brown, Robert

  14. * Brown, William II

  15. * Buck, Charles B.

  16. * Butler, James

  17. * Butler, John

  18. * Butler, William

  19. * Calkins, Adam D.

  20. * Calkins, Henry D.

  21. * Calkins, Josiah G.

  22. * Cattam, Isaac Jr.

  23. * Chipman, Lysander

  24. * Comfort, James

  25. * Connel, Francis

  26. * Connel, Samuel

  27. * Connelly, John

  28. * Connelly, Thomas

  29. * Cosham, David H.

  30. * Craven, James

  31. * Davidson, Andrew

  32. * Davidson, Nathan

  33. * Driscal, James

  34. * Edwards, Isaac

  35. * Edwards, John

  36. * Elliot, George

  37. * Elliot, Henry

  38. * Elliot, James A.

  39. * Farral, John

  40. * Fieming, John

  41. * Fish, Harvey J.

  42. * Frost, Robert

  43. * Gainer, James Jr.

  44. * Gibson, Archibald

  45. * Gibson, Hugh

  46. * Gibson, James

  47. * Gibson, Robert

  48. * Greengo, George

  49. * Greengo, Nelson

  50. * Hanifin, Jeremiah

  51. * Harris, Peter

  52. * Henchel, August

  53. * Hengel, Matthias

  54. * Hodgson, George

  55. * Holly, David W.

  56. * Howitt, John

  57. * Imrie, James

  58. * Innes, William L.

  59. * Jeffry (Jeffery, Jeffrey), Henry T.

  60. * Jeffry, William

  61. * Johnston, Edward

  62. * Kaiser, George

  63. * Kaughlin, Michael

  64. * Kay, Abel Jr.

  65. * Keating, John

  66. * Keebler, Frederick

  67. * Kendal, Nicholas Jr.

  68. * Lamb, William

  69. * Leadly, Robert

  70. * Leadly, William

  71. *Lynch, James

  72. * Mackay, Andrew (Same as McKee ? in above listing)

  73. * Masterbrook, C.

  74. * May, John

  75. * McCarter, Edward

  76. * McDonald, James

  77. * Medhurst, William Jr.

  78. * Melrose, John B.

  79. * Melville, Alexander

  80. * Norton, Charles

  81. * O'Neal, John

  82. * Palmer, Edward C.

  83. * Palmer, Gideon; according to Wisconsin Volunteers, War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865, Vol. 1., there was a Gideon Palmer from Ostego, enlisted Sept 1, 1864; MO June 26, 1865; 1st Heavy Artillery Regiment, Co. M.

  84. * Palmer, Thomas J.

  85. * Parks, George H.

  86. * Phillips, Edmund

  87. * Pine, James

  88. * Potter, William D.

  89. * Quirk, Thomas Jr.

  90. * Redford, Thomas S.

  91. * Rich, Samuel

  92. * Riely, William M.

  93. * Riesdalf, Leopold

  94. * Ringrose, John

  95. * Rosinburg, Martin

  96. * Rowell, George

  97. * Rowell, Guilford D.

  98. * Rowell, Mark M.

  99. * Russell, Lawrence A.

  100. * Salmon, James

  101. * Savage, Henry R.

  102. * Sedgewick, John

  103. * Simmons, Volney

  104. * Simpson, William

  105. * Small, William,

  106. * Smith, Jeremiah

  107. * Smith, John C.

  108. * Smith, Samuel

  109. * Snyder, Phillip

  110. * Steenbach, Frederick

  111. * Stone, Jeremiah

  112. * Stone, William A.

  113. * Tempest, Charles

  114. * Varley, Joseph

  115. * Venable, William

  116. * Ward, Martin

  117. * Watson, Gilbert

  118. * Weaver, Edward J. 

  119. * Weaver, John D.

  120. * Weaver, John Jr.

  121. * Weaver, Richard

  122. * Weaver, Thomas

  123. * Weaver, William Jr.

  124. * Weber, Matthias

  125. * Weber, Nicholas

  126. * Weeks, William

  127. * Welch, Patrick

  128. * Welsh, Thomas

  129. * Whitehead, Thomas

  130. * Wildish, Edward

  131. * Wilkinson, Reuben

  132. * Will, David

  133. * Wilson, George

  134. * Woodruff, James W.

  135. * Yankee, Augustus

  136. * Young, Edwin

Note: The above * entries, those without regiment assignment are from published listings in the Waukesha Freeman, dated August 4, 1863 and August 11, 1863. As their participation in the Civil War becomes known, information will be added. If anyone has additional information to share, please contact Mike Reilly at antiqibles@yahoo.com 

 

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