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New Madrid County, Missouri

 1890 Census of Union Veterans and Widows

 

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

Allen, David F.

Sikeston

pvt

K

39 Ill inf

1861

-

shot in right arm

Stepp, James D.

Sikeston

sgt 2 Mas.

A

2 Mo

3 Jun 1863

24 Aug 1865

-

Tanner, Andrew J.

Laforge

pvt

B

39 Ill inf

12 Aug 1861

24 Aug 1864

-

Lee, James M.

Sikeston

pvt

H

50 Mo inf

Dec 1864

Jul 1865

chronic bronchitis

Divinney, James R.

Sikeston

pvt

A

-

Feb 1865

Jul 1865

-

Presson, Henry T.

Bertrand

pvt

I

7 Tn cav

15 Sep 1863

19 Aug 1865

bone scurvy

Holden, Francis M.

Sikeston

pvt

M

16 Ky cav

18 Mar 1862

7 Sep 1865

diabetes

Crump, Jacob

Laforge

pvt

F

8 Mo cav

Sep 1862

Apr 1865

-

Gossett, John

Laforge

corp

F

35 Ky inf

2 Jun 1862

29 Dec 1864

-

Wilson, Andrew J.

Laforge

pvt

E

120 Ind inf

8 or 9 Feb 1863

May 1865

rupture of bowels

Jane Kerr, W. of Kerr, Daniel B.

Laforge

pvt

K

58 Mo inf

14 Feb 1865

18 Aug 1865

-

Norwood, Samuel

Laforge

-

-

-

-

-

-

 
Page 2

Name                         

P.O. Address in June 1890

Highest Rank

Co.

Unit         

Enlisted

Discharged            

Remarks/Disabilities

Hildruth, William P.

Sikeston

pvt

B

8 Ky cav

4 Aug 1862

Sep 1863

-

William H. Andrews

Sikeston

US Sol.

-

-

-

-

-

John Ford

Sikeston

US Sol.

-

-

-

-

-

Elizabeth Johnson, wid.

Sikeston

US Sol.

-

-

-

-

-

Margella Nations, wid.

Sikeston

US Sol.

-

-

-

-

-

Margaret A. Blessing, wid

Sikeston

US Sol.

-

-

-

-

-

Eloria Ward, wid. 

Sikeston

US Sol.

-

-

-

-

-

Delia Brown, wid.

Sikeston

US Sol.

-

-

-

-

-

 
Page 3

Name                            

P.O. Address in June 1890

Highest Rank

Co.

Unit           

Enlisted

Discharged         

Remarks/Disabilities

Noah Woolsey (lined out-confederate)

New Madrid

Landman?

-

See notes

Mar 1864

13 May 1865

Susquehanna

Samuel W. Cobb

Sikeston, Scot Co.

inft

B

65 Ind

11 Aug 1862

10 Oct 1863

-

William L. Early

Sikeston, Scot Co.

inft

A

42 Ind

1 Oct 1863

15 Jan 1864

-

McKinsey Mercer

New Madrid

inft

E

6 Mo

1 Jun 1861

23 Jan 1864

-

McKinsey Mercer

New Madrid

pvt

E

6 Mo inf vet

24 Jan 1864

17 Aug 1865

-

John Mathews

New Madrid

pvt

B

12 Regt c

13 Sep 1863

23 Aug 1865

-

Michel Koch

Sikeston, Scot Co.

Capt

A

23 Ind inf

10 Jun 1861

10 Jun 1865

shell wound in back

Ephriam Browers

Sikeston, Scot Co.

pvt

B

28 Ind cav

10 Feb 1864

10 Jun 1865

-

Francis M. Sparks

Sikeston, Scot Co.

pvt

A

1 Ala cav

22 Jul 1863

22 Jul 1864

-

Charles R. Ball

Morehouse

pvt

F

49 Oh inf vet

10 Jan 1864

10 Jan 1865

-

William B. Zimmerman

Morehouse

pvt

H

119 Pa inf

20 Oct 1864

5 Jan 1865

-

James Ryan

Morehouse

pvt

C

4 Ill cav

Sep 1861

Oct 1864

-

 
Page 4

Name                         

P.O. Address in June 1890

Highest Rank

Co.

Unit              

Enlisted

Discharged        

Remarks/Disabilities

Daniel Gorman

Morehouse

pvt

F

138 Ind vol

-

-

-

Daniel Burrass

Morehouse

pvt

B

21 Oh inf vol

18 Aug 1861

31 Jun 1865

-

Edmund J. Allison

Morehouse

pvt

H

91 Ind vol

29 Jul 1863

23 Mar 1864

-

John Harding

Sikeston, Scot Co.

pvt

A

20 Ill inf

20 May 1863

4 Oct 1864

-

 
Page 5

Name                         

P.O. Address in June 1890

Highest Rank

Co.

Unit              

Enlisted

Discharged   

Remarks/Disabilities            

Hall, Edward T.

New Madrid

pvt

-

-

-

-

-

Ruggles, Charles L.

New Madrid

pvt

-

-

-

-

not home

Webb, William M.

Lotta

pvt

-

-

-

-

no papers presented

Ketterman, David

Lotta

pvt

-

-

-

-

no papers presented

Huntington, Charles

Lotta

pvt

E

127 NY vol

17 Aug 1862

30 Jan 1865

chronic diarhea & rheumatism-genl health much impaired by exposure

McKinney, George H.

Lotta

pvt

D

65 Ind inf

1 Aug 1862

19 Jun 1865

gunshot wound received in fight Raytown Twnn.

Veleto, William C.

Lotta

pvt

C

42 Ind inf

22 Feb 1863

27 Jul 1865

contracted kidney disease

Stratton, John

Lotta

pvt

A

-

-

-

breast complaint-discharge lost

Farmer, William S.

Lotta

pvt

B

3 Ky cav

Sep 1861

-

gen. disability from exposure & was never discharged

Ryall, Hope (widow USA)

Lafayette, Madison Co., Ohio

pvt

G

15 WV inf

1862

1865

contracted rheumatism Did

Ryall, George W.

Lotta

pvt

E

1 Md cav

21 Aug 1864

28 Jun 1865

Asthama

Brinkley, Frederick M.

Lotta

pvt

-

17 Ky cav

3 Jan 1864

16 Sep 1865

No disability

 
Page 6

Name                        

P.O. Address in June 1890                

Highest Rank

Co.

Unit             

Enlisted

Discharged   

Remarks/Disabilities    

Hillix, Geo. W.

Malden

corp

L

16 Ill cav

5 Mar 1863

Sep 1865

no disability, was prisoner at Andersonville

Stinton, James

Malden

pvt

B

2 Ark cav

17 Sep 1862

26 Jun 1865

fracture left clavicle, as age increases disability

Davis, Nannie, widow Sol. US

Malden

corp

L

6 Tn cav

15 Jul 1862

15 Feb 1864

contracted consumption from which he died

Bishop, Abner

Valley Ridge, Dunklin Co.

pvt

E

-

-

-

no disability papers not to hand

Carney, Silas

Lotta

pvt

E

21 Ill inf

May 1861

1864

was a prisoner at close of war-was not discharged

Martin, Thomas

Lotta

pvt

-

-

-

-

no papers

Haynes, Edwin C.

Lotta

pvt

K

138 Ind vol

May 1864

22 1864

-

Frazier, Robert

Lotta

pvt

-

-

-

-

no papers

Wolsey, James N.

Lottie

pvt

-

-

-

-

no papers

 
Page 7

Name                      

P.O. Address in June 1890

Highest Rank

Co.

Unit           

Enlisted

Discharged            

Remarks/Disabilities

McPaff, Mathew

-

pvt

K

7 Ind cav

Apr 1863

Oct 1865

Catarr in head, lost left eye by shot. thrown from horse hip injured

Johnson, Jos.

Laforge

pvt

H

12 H art

Jun 1862

Oct 1865

injured L hip bone injured, injured by carrying cartridge box

Millar Medora Gray, widow of Jas. P. Miller

New Madrid

pvt

D

Mo cav

Apr 1861

Oct 1865

discharge lost, cannot give particulars

Barns, Mack

New Madrid

pvt

K

18 US cav

16 Jul 1863

Aug 1865

gun shot hip injury, discharge lost, cannot give

Mowrey, Chas. A.

New Madrid

pvt

I

1 US NH cav

28 Mar 1865

15 Jul 1865

-

Barnes, S. S.

New Madrid

cabin stewart

-

-

-

-

-

Reese. Elmer G.

New Madrid

pvt

H

149 NY

18 Feb 1864

20 Mar 1865

rheumatism lame

Baker, Peter

New Madrid

pvt

A

50 Mo

8 Oct 1864

5 Aug 1866

discharge lost

Welshans, Robt. D.

New Madrid

pvt

E

1 MSMV

26 Feb 1862

3 Mar 1865

-

McDonald, Finley

New Madrid

corp

F

38 Ky mtd inf

23 Jun 1863

29 Dec 1864

-

Houson, Fredric

New Madrid

Lands

-

US Str Peoria?

Sep 1864

Sep 1867

Neuraljuh

Pompey, Hunter

New Madrid

Sol

-

-

-

-

-

 
The page located here on the microfilm was a duplicate of the previous page.
  
Page 8

Name                        

P.O. Address in June 1890

Highest Rank

Co.

Unit

Enlisted

Discharged

Remarks/Disabilities

Wm. Martin

New Madrid

Sol.

-

-

-

-

-

Annania Chism

New Madrid

Sol.

-

-

-

-

-

Frank Reid

New Madrid

Sol.

-

-

-

-

-

Charles Reed

New Madrid

Sol.

-

-

-

-

-

Rachel E., widow of Hiram Barker

New Madrid

-

-

-

-

-

-

Wm. Kenny

New Madrid

Sol.

-

-

-

-

-

Samuel Yates

New Madrid

Sol.

-

-

-

-

-

Josephine Jones, widow of Edward Jones

New Madrid

-

-

-

-

-

-

Stephen St. Mary

New Madrid

Sol.

-

-

-

-

-

James Grapham

New Madrid

Sol.

-

-

-

-

-

Wm. L. Coates

New Madrid

Sol.

-

-

-

-

-

Henry Thomas

New Madrid

Sol.

-

-

-

-

-

Albert T. Fellows

New Madrid

Sol.

-

-

-

-

-

Henry Renfroe

New Madrid

Sol.

-

-

-

-

-

 
Page 9

Name                       

P.O. Address in June 1890

Highest Rank

Co.

Unit            

Enlisted

Discharged         

Remarks/Disabilities

William R. Early

New Madrid

pvt

D

26 Ky inf

16 Oct 1861

26 Jul 1865

lung disease & scurvy

Thomas R. Pangle

New Madrid

pvt

K

3 Tn cav

12 Jan 1864

14 Jun 1865

-

Peter Hoehn

New Madrid

pvt

E

1 MSM inf

26 Feb 1862

3 Mar 1865

rupture

George Dallas

New Madrid

pvt

-

-

-

-

discharge lost

Fred Palmier

New Madrid

pvt

E

18 Mo inf

Jan 1865

Aug 1865

discharge lost

Robert Parker

New Madrid

pvt

D

14 Ill H Art

Jun 1863

1865

discharge lost

William Mayberry

New Madrid

sgt

F

13 Pa cav

Sep 1862

14 Jul 1865

wound in left knee

William King

New Madrid

pvt

D

122 Oh inf

Apr 1862

Nov 1864

wound in elbow joint

Harvey L. Shidler

New Madrid

2nd Lt

I

115 Oh inf

19 Sep 1862

2 Jul 1865

-

Amos Barnes

New Madrid

pvt

K

50 Mo inf

15 Apr 1865

2 May 1865

-

Hugh D. Quigley

New Madrid

pvt

G

29 Ill inf

18 Aug 1864

1865

-

Howard F. Beymer

New Madrid

corp

G

1 Mo cav

1 Aug 1861

21 Jul 1864

-

 
Page 10

Name                            

P.O. Address in June 1890

Highest Rank

Co.

Unit          

Enlisted

Discharged            

Remarks/Disabilities

George W. Shirkey

New Madrid

pvt

G

156 Ill inf

1 Mar 1865

20 Sep 1865

-

John J. Stewart

New Madrid

corp

G

31 Wis inf

Feb 1863

Aug 1865

-

Anthony Richardson

New Madrid

pvt

-

-

-

-

discharge lost

John W. Hunter

New Madrid

pvt

B

1 Ala cav

1862

1865

wound in calf of left leg

John Pickard

New Madrid

pvt

F

98 Ill inf

15 Jun 1862

5 Jul 1865

rupture

Abram Sante

New Madrid

pvt

E

131 Ill inf

Aug 1862

Sep 1863

-

William Ware

New Madrid

-

-

-

-

-

-

Charles F. Madil

New Madrid

-

-

-

-

-

discharge lost

Daniel Nicholas

New Madrid

-

-

-

-

-

said to belong to US Colored Troops

Thomas Rockwell

New Madrid

-

-

-

-

-

information not definite

John Tracy

New Madrid

-

-

-

-

-

belonged to US Colored Troops

Becky Swader, widow of --- Swader

New Madrid

-

-

-

-

-

belonged to US Colored Troops

John Stickney

New Madrid

-

-

-

-

-

Missouri State Militia

Fanny Brown, widow of James Brown

New Madrid

-

-

-

-

-

information not definite

 
 
Page 11

Name                            

P.O. Address in June 1890

Highest Rank

Co.

Unit          

Enlisted

Discharged          

Remarks/Disabilities

Andrew J. Wheeler

Pt. Pleasant

pvt

C

58 Ind inf

1 Oct 1861

24 Jan 1864

heart trouble

Andrew J. Wheeler

Pt. Pleasant

pvt

C

58 Ind inf

20 Jan 1864

25 Jul 1865

-

Francis G. Lockett

Pt. Pleasant

corp

I

35 Ky inf

15 Jul 1863

29 Dec 1864

-

Thomas J. Blackwell

Pt. Pleasant

pvt

B

55 Ky inf

4 Sep 1864

19 Sep 1865

-

James Hatcher

Pt. Pleasant

pvt

C

11 Ill cav

Jun 1862

Apr 1865

lost discharge & don't know when enlisted or discharged

Patrick H. Aldridge

Pt. Pleasant

orderly

L

17 Ky cav

4 Sep 1864

7 Oct 1865

-

Robert Tucker

Pt. Pleasant

pvt

E

3 Ky cav

11 Aug 1861

17 Nov 1865

-

William R. Poe

Pt. Pleasant

corp

E

22 Ky inf

10 Mar 1861

5 Mar 1862

-

 
 
Page 12

Name                        

P.O. Address in June 1890

Highest Rank

Co.

Unit         

Enlisted

Discharged   

Remarks/Disabilities          

Laflin, James

Pt. Pleasant

pvt

D

35 Ill inf

3 Jul 1861

27 Sep 1864

in right eye and hip. old unable to work-reinlisted veteran in 160 Ill inf.

Mitchell, Charles

Portageville

pvt

K

3 Mo cav

spring 1861

spring 1865

gave discharge to Captain - lost

Inger, William J.

Portageville

pvt

E

13 Ill cav

27 Apr 1864

31 Aug 1865

kidney infection-can do light work 1/4 of time

Sinks, Charles, alias Daniel Coryell

Portageville

corp

H

10 Ill cav

Jan 1863

fall 1865

sore eyes cause measles-can do light work on farm-was left on Brasos River Texas -pick up never was discharged

James Stubblefield

Portageville

pvt

H

20 Ky inf

15 Oct 1861

17 Jan 1865

rheumatism-able to do light work half time

Ratliff, Richard

Pt. Pleasant

pvt

C

24 Va inf

24 Aug 1861

21 Sep 1864

left foot mashed-left hand disables- able to do light work 1/4 time

 
 
Page 13

Name                      

P.O. Address in June 1890

Highest Rank

Co.

Unit

Enlisted

Discharged

Remarks/Disabilities

Elizabeth Barnes

Portageville

wid. US Sol.

-

-

-

-

-

John J. Henson

Portageville

US Sol.

-

-

-

-

-

Isaac Obanon?

Portageville

US Sol.

-

-

-

-

-

Geo. W. Bremer

Portageville

US Sol.

-

-

-

-

-

 
 
 
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