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Maries County, Missouri

 1890 Census of Union Veterans and Widows

17 Census Pages on 2 Web Pages

Page One

 

Notes:

An occasional Confederate or a Veteran of an earlier war was enumerated on the 1890 Veterans' census by mistake.

The page numbering system on this webpage is mine, not from the originals. 

 

Page 1  

Name                          

P.O. Address in June 1890           

Highest Rank

Co.

Unit           

Enlisted

Discharged      

Remarks/Disabilities        

James Martin

Tavern

pvt

M

3 Mo cav

15 Aug 1862

29 May 1865

gunshot wound in ancle

George W. Wilson

Van Cleve

pvt

E

1 Mo L A

16 Aug 1862

Mar 1863

Measles, discharged

George W. Wilson

Van Cleve

pvt

K

11 Ind cav

3 Aug 1861

1865

Close of war

Warren A. West

Van Cleve

pvt

M

3 Mo cav

8 Sep 1862

21 Aug 1865

Close of war-

Joseph Robertson

Tavern

pvt

H

99 In inf

29 Aug 1862

29 Aug 1865

Close of war

James M. Barnhart

Manton

pvt

M

3 Mo cav

1863

1865

Close of war

Thomas W. Barnhart

Manton

pvt

M

3 Mo cav

1863

1865

Close of war

John Stephenson

Vienna

pvt

M

3 Mo cav

1862

1865

Close of war

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Have not got dates of enlistment & discharge of James M. Barnhart, Thomas W. Barnhart and John Stephenson. Papers pertaining them mislaid. Can procure them yet if required to do so.

 
Page 2

Name                           

P.O. Address in June 1890

Highest Rank

Co.

Unit              

Enlisted

Discharged           

Remarks/Disabilities

Sarah E., widow of Hutson?, George W.

Vichy

pvt

G

4 Ark inf

Apr 1863

Oct 1863

measles & Bright's disease

Harris, Jordon

Rolla, Phelps Co.

pvt

D

26 Ky inf

5 Mar 1862

Jun 1863

-

Fanville, Francis M.

Vichy

corp

A

Glovers Batil. Mo H---?

Jun 1861

Sep 1861

-

Sarah A., widow of Beggs, Alexander L.

Vichy

corp

H

32 Mo vol

1862

-

date unknown

Fannon, William

Vichy

pvt

D

47 Mo inf

3 Sep 1864

30 Mar 1865

-

Light, William N.

Vichy

corp

G

48 Mo inf

7 Aug 1863

29 Jun 1865

-

Minges, Onslow G.

Hayden

1st sgt

H

24 Mo inf

1 Feb 1862

31 Jan 1865

Rheumatis & lung disease

Martin, David

Dixon

pvt

G

11 Mo cav

16 Apr 1863

27 Jul 1865

-

Hankey, Simon

Hayden

corp

N

32 Mo inf

-

-

shot through leg

Lumina Hankey, formerly widow of Ivens, Moses

Hayden

-

-

-

-

-

died of disease in the war - his ---? not known

Amanda, widow of Erret, Peter G.

Vichy

pvt

G

3 May 1864

3 May 1864

25 Oct 1864

-

Hodge, John W.

Vichy

pvt

G

48 Mo inf

6 Aug 1864

30 Jun 1865

Catart

 
Page 3

Name                              

P.O. Address in June 1890            

Highest Rank

Co.

Unit             

Enlisted

Discharged      

Remarks/Disabilities

Roberson, Lindsey G.

Hayden

pvt

A

1 Cal cav

10 Feb 1865

22 May 1865

-

Roberson, William

Hayden

pvt

B

10 Mo cav

Aug 1861

-

kidney & liver disease, recieved no discharge

Simpson, Samuel

Dixon, Pulaski Co.

pvt

B

3 Mo cav

29 Aug 1862

14 Jun 1865

Rheumatis & newsalgia

Roberson, Stephen

Hayden

pvt

L

3 Mo cav

-

-

chronic diarrhea, recieved no corrrect discharge

Laney, Elias

Vieana

pvt

A

14 Ind cav

May 1861

Oct 1861

ruptured, discharged on acct. of disability

Duke, Isac

Vieana

pvt

-

116 Ky inf

Oct 1861

5 Aug 1865

enlisted in com H and ---? in co B

Riggs, Carles J.

Vieana

pvt

B

2 Mo cav

1861

-

-

Hayes, Samuel

Vieana

pvt

A

13 Wis inf

14 Oct 1861 

28 Jun 1864

now blind in right eye

Woody, Allen

Vieana

can't say

-

-

-

-

-

Noblett, John A.

Hayden

corp

B

10 Mo cav

Jul 1861

7 Jan 1864

shot throug left arm

Elizabeth C. Roberson, formerly widow of Williams, William T.

Hayden

pvt

I

50 Mo inf

27 Feb 1865

5 Aug 1865

-

Bull, John H.

Dixon, Pulaski Co.

pvt

H

101 Ill inf

10 Aug 1862

29 Oct 1864

shot through right leg

Jennings, William M.

Dixon, Pulaski Co.

pvt

D

58 Oh inf

8 Feb 1865

16 Sep 1865

-

Blackwell, Richard

Hayden

pvt

K

6 Mo cav

16 Mar 1862

22 Feb 1865

shot through right knee

 
Page 4

Name                           

P.O. Address in June 1890

Highest Rank

Co.

Unit          

Enlisted

Discharged       

Remarks/Disabilities

Illinois Brumley, formerly widow of Blackwell, Thomas

Hayden

pvt

K

6 Mo cav

16 Mar 1862

22 Feb 1865

her former husband was soldier

Rebeca B., widow of Williams, John A.

Dixon

pvt

M

5 Ia cav

-

-

died of disease

Johnson, Daniel B.

Dixon

pvt

K

13 Mo cav

-

-

-

Carney, Willis M.

Hayden

pvt

K

54 Ill inf

9 May 1863

2 Nov 1865

shot through right shoulder

Margret, widow of Jennings 

USSHayden

-

-

-

-

-

didn't see head of family

Brockman, James W.

Dixon

-

-

-

-

-

Cantell? com. etc.

Watson, John I.

Dixon

pvt

A

28 Ill inf

1 Aug 1861

3 Apr 186?

-

Mary, widow of Geesley, Francis

Vichy

pvt

F

32 Mo inf

21 Aug 1862

17 Jul 1865

shot through neck

 
Page 5

Name                           

P.O. Address in June 1890

Highest Rank

Co.

Unit               

Enlisted

Discharged        

Remarks/Disabilities       

Joseph B. Hull

Vienna

pvt

I

35 Ill inf

7 Aug 1861

18 Aug 1862

Rheumatism of heart

Campbell Coffey

Vienna

pvt

I

11 Mo inf

8 Feb 1865

15 Dec 1865

piles, not certain about date of discharge

Albert Logan McDaniel

Vienna

pvt

G

48 Mo inf

6 Aug 1864

29 Jun 1865

Rheumatism & Dispepsia

Thomas J. ellis

Vienna

pvt

D

26 Mo inf

16 Dec 1861

9 Jan 1865

Rheumatism

Frederich Dambach

Vienna

pvt

K

1 Mo inf

4 Sep 1861

5 Sep 1862

double rupture & deafness

Bernard Otto

Vienna

corp

B

10 Mo cav

12 Aug 1862

8 Dec 1862

hart disease or disease of hart, almost sightless with left eye, nervious weekness of right eye

Melvina J., widow of Daniel B. Briggs

Vienna

pvt

K

9 Mo cav

Aug 1863

6 Nov 1863

chronic sore eyes and blind in right eye

Adam Sudheimer

Vienna

pvt

K

4 Mo inf

8 May 1861

18 Aug 1861

-

Martin L. Rogers

Pay Down

-

-

-

-

-

M. L. Rogers wounded right hand, gunshot

Peter Brock

Vienna

pvt

G

3 Mo cav

24 Jul 1862

14 Jun 1865

Rheumatism in army Peter Brook

William W. Palmer

Jackson Twp

pvt

B

14 Mo cav

15 Mar 1862

14 Mar 1865

Sight

Martin L. Rogers

Jackson Twp.

corp

I

10 Mo cav

30 Aug 1862

27 Jul 1866

-

 
Page 6

Name                                

P.O. Address in June 1890

Highest Rank

Co.

Unit               

Enlisted

Discharged       

Remarks/Disabilities

Benjamin F. Williams

Lindel

pvt

H

14 Pa cav

1864

-

-

Dean W. Tainter

Vienna

pvt

A

13 Mas inf

15 Jul 1861

22 Feb 1861

-

Dean W. Tainter

Vienna

ensign

USN

see notes

see notes

see notes

Great Western-transferred 1 May 1865-

John W. Winn

Vienna

pvt

E

7 Mo inf

20 Mar 1866

14 Apr 1865

hearing & sight

Frederick Grannemann

Englebert, Osage Co.

pvt

E

142 In inf

-

-

flux & piles-not known date of discharge

Ferdinand Berhorst

Englebert, Osage Co.

pvt

D

26 Mo inf

-

-

Rheumatism-don't know date of enlistment

Louis Frey

Jackson Twp.

pvt

K

9 Mo cav

31 Jul 1861

6 Nov 1861

-

Francis Layne

Vienna

pvt

D

4 WV inf

22 Jan 1862

-

date of discharge not known

Vincent D. Stewart (lined out)

Vincent

pvt

A

7

-

-

Sais Co. A US 7 cav, 4 July 1869- dis. Jun 1874

Albert Curtis

Vienna

pvt

H

24 Mo inf

15 Sep 1861

3 Apr 1863

cronic inflamation of back

Peter Frey

Vienna

pvt

K

9 Mo cav

31 Jul 1862

15 Nov 1862

2 broken ribs in left side

Thomas Forester

Vichy

pvt

-

2

-

-

rupture & liver disease

Jackson Feeler

Vienna

pvt

A

1 Mo art

15 Aug 1862

23 Aug 1865

ruptured

James Melone

Pay Down

pvt

M

3 Mo cav

15 Aug 1862

Jun 1865

Rheumatism

Hanna D., widow of Williamson M. Fortune 

Jackson Twp.

pvt

G?

10 Mo cav

19 Sep 1862

19 Sep 1865

widow

 
Page 7

Name                     

P.O. Address in June 1890

Highest Rank

Co.

Unit            

Enlisted

Discharged          

Remarks/Disabilities

John A. Rogers

Pay Down

sgt

I

10 Mo cav

20 Aug 1862

23 Jul 1865

sabre wound in head

Samuel E. Shaw

Vienna

pvt

K

30 Mo inf

15 Oct 1862

27 Nov 1862

-

Mary E. McDaniel, widow of Francis W. McDaniel

Bell, Osage Co.

pvt

D

6 Mo cav

2 Feb 1861

2 Mar 1864

-

George Hughes

Vienna

sgt

D

31 Mo inf

22 Aug 1862

14 Jul 1865

gunshot wound right thigh

Adam King

Jackson Twp.

-

-

-

-

-

-

Widow US Soldier Sarah Gillespie

Jackson Twp.

-

-

-

-

-

-

 
 
Page 8

Name                              

P.O. Address in June 1890                  

Highest Rank

Co.

Unit              

Enlisted

Discharged   

Remarks/Disabilities

Beesley, Isaac H.

Lanes Prairie

pvt

A

Mo cav

1862

Nov 1865

chronic diarrhea-mumps

Hedge, Andrew J.

Lanes Prairie

pvt

G

48 Mo inf

6 Aug 1864

29 Jun 1865

chronic diarrhea-hearing

Newton, horace D.

High Gate

pvt

K

23 Mich inf

24 Jun 1864

28 Jun 1865

lung disease & chronic diarrhea

Hibler, William T.

High Gate

pvt

F

31 Mo inf

19 Aug 1862

13 Jun 1865

gun shot in left leg

Skonby, Jesse

High Gate

pvt

I

30 Mo inf

10 Feb 1864

5 Aug 1865

-

Jessem, Christian

High Gate

pvt

I

30 Mo inf

9 Feb 1865

27 Aug 1865

-

Miller, Frederick

Lanes Prairie 

pvt

R

3 Mo cav

24 Aug 1862

Sep 1864

-

Skonby, Peter J. P.

Grove Dale

pvt

M

3 Mo cav

1862

May 1865

sunstroke

Brown, Martin

Grove Dale

pvt

I

30 Mo inf

1864

27 Aug 1865

-

Shockley, Francis A.

Grove Dale

pvt

I

10 Mo cav

Sep 1861

2 Sep 1865

pneumonia & bronchitis

Crider, Daniel

Grove Dale

pvt

I

10 Mo cav

30 Aug 1862

30 Aug 1865

rupture & cripple in hip

Branson, John

Grove Dale

pvt

I

50 mo inf

15 Feb 1865

5 Aug 1865

-

 
Page 9

Name                               

P.O. Address in June 1890                 

Highest Rank

Co.

Unit              

Enlisted

Discharged  

Remarks/Disabilities

Shockley, James M.

Bland, Gasconade Co.

pvt

I

10 Mo cav

30 Aug 1862

30 Aug 1865

-

Adkins, Caswell C.

Grove Dale

pvt

F

10 Mo inf

Oct 1862

Dec 1865

-

Hornfeld, John

Steens Prairie

pvt

M

2 Mo vol art

1861

Apr 1862

varicose veins in left leg

Klien, Erwin

Steens Prairie

pvt

E

4 Mo vol inf

1861

Feb 1862

piles

Alice, widow of Stokes, James P.

Lanes Prairie

pvt

G

11 Mich cav

1863

1865

saber wound, mashed foot & a & e?

Marts, Linden

Grove Dale

pvt

C

1 Oh inf

11 Aug 1861

Sep 1865

shot in thigh, breast & a & e?

Gehlert, Hermann

Grove Dale

pvt

D

47 Mo inf

Sep 1864

Apr 1865

liver complaint-25 years

Wilson, Herod

Grove Dale

pvt

I

10 Mo cav

29 Feb 1864

19 Sep 1865

-

Crider, Marquess D. L.

Bland, Gasconade Co.

pvt

I

10 Mo cav

26 Sep 1862

19 Jul 1865

Rheumatism & heart disease

Gate, John

Steens Prairie

pvt

I

50 Mo inf

27 Jan 1865

5 Aug 1865

shot in back

Brittain, John N..

Lanes Prairie

pvt

B

15 Ks cav

1864

1865

-

Adkins, Stephen R.

Steens Prairie

pvt

I

10 Mo cav

30 Aug 1862

30 Aug 1865

shot in shoulder

Wert, Henry

Lindell

pvt

-

see notes

-

-

family could not tell

Sitton, Nicholas B.

Lanes Prairie

corp

F

31 Mo inf

21 Aug 1862

4 May 1863

mumps in testicles & chronic diarrhea

 
Page 10

Name                                   

P.O. Address in June 1890

Highest Rank

Co.

Unit           

Enlisted

Discharged          

Remarks/Disabilities   

Mary A., widow of Jarvis, John

Lanes Priarie

sgt

F

31 Mo inf

19 Aug 1862

13 Jun 1865

chronic diarrhea-chronic pleurosy-cough

Ridenhour, Adam

Belle, Osage Co.

pvt

I

30 Mo inf

20 Feb 1865

5 Aug 1865

-

Shockley, Henry

Grove Dale

pvt

I

10 Mo cav

28 Aug 1862

2 Sep 1865

came home disabled

George W. Mahoney

-

Soldier

US

-

-

-

-

Joseph Palmer

-

Soldier

US

-

-

-

-

Abraham Thompson

-

Soldier

US

-

-

-

-

William J. Skaggs

-

Soldier

-

-

-

-

-

Celia Stockton, widow

-

Soldier

US

-

-

-

-

Sarah A. Coffee, widow

-

Soldier

US

-

-

-

-

William P. Poe

-

Soldier

US

-

-

-

-

 
 
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