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Volunteer Roster
TAKEN PRINCIPALLY FROM ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORTS
This roster of Civil War servicemen was transcribed from History of Jones County, Iowa, Past and Present, Volume 1, R. M. Corbitt, S. J. Clarke Publishing Co., Chicago, 1910, pages 379-395, by Richard Harrison. It has been somewhat reorganized for presentation. Information with a blue background is not from the original document but has been submitted by researchers or family members.

First Infantry
Second Infantry
Second & Third
Consolidated Infantry

Third Infantry
Fifth Infantry
Sixth Infantry
Eighth Infantry
Ninth Infantry
Eleventh Infantry
Twelfth Infantry
Thirteenth Infantry
Fourteenth Infantry
Fourteenth Residual
Battery

Fifteenth Infantry
Sixteenth Infantry
Seventeenth Infantry
Eighteenth Infantry
Twentieth Infantry
Twenty-first Infantry
Twenty-fourth Infantry
Twenty-fifth Infantry
Twenty-sixth Infantry
Twenty-seventh Infantry
Thirty-first Infantry
Thirty-fourth Infantry
Thirty-fifth Infantry
Thirty-seventh Infantry
Thirty-eighth Infantry
Thirty-ninth Infantry
Forty-first Infantry
Forty-fourth Infantry
Forty-sixth Infantry
First Cavalry
Second Cavalry
Fourth Cavalry
Fifth Cavalry
Fifth Veteran Cavalry
Sixth Cavalry
Seventh Cavalry
Eighth Cavalry
Ninth Cavalry
Third Battery
Light Artillery

Engineer Regiment
of the West

Other States
ABBREVIATIONS
Adjt
Art
Bat
Col
Capt
Corp
Comsy
com
cav
captd
disad
disd
e
hon. disd
inv
excd
inf.
I.V.I.
kld
Lient
Maj
m.o.
prmtd
prisr
Regt
re-e
resd
Sergt
trans
vet
V.R.C.
wd
Adjutant
Artillery
Battle or Battalion
Colonel
Captain
Corporal
Comissary
commissioned
cavalry
captured
disabled
discharged
enlisted
honorably discharged
invalid
exchanged
infantry
Iowa Volunteer Infantry
killed
Lieutenant
Major
mustered out
promoted
prisoner
Regiment
re-enlisted
resigned
Sergeant
transferred
veteran
Veteran Reserve Corps
wounded

THIRTY-FOURTH INFANTRY

NAME

ENLISTED

DETAILS

NOTES
Gifford, C. M.Aug. 13, 1862disd. Feb. 9, 3863 
Dickey. R. B.Jan. 23, 1864m.o. Aug. 15, 1865 
Anderson, Leonard V.Aug 11, 1862  Company B, Age 29. Residence Hartford, nativity Ohio. Mustered Oct. 15, 1862. Discharged for disability March 14, 1863, St. Louis, Mo. Buried Riverside cemetery, Anamosa, Iowa. Photo: Steve Hanken

THIRTY-FIFTH INFANTRY

NAME

ENLISTED

DETAILS

NOTES
Betzer, Aaron R.Aug. 19, 1862trans 
Harkness, JamesAug. 16, 1862Mustered Sept. 5, 1862 Age 33. Residence Mechanicsville, nativity Maryland. Promoted Wagoner Dec. 1, 1862. Discharged for disability Jan. 21, 1863, Cairo, Ill. Buried at Riverside Cemetery, Anamosa, Iowa Photo: Steve Hanken
Holmes, Oliver P.Aug. 21, 1862Mustered Sept. 5, 1862 Company H. Age 31. Residence Mechanicsville, nativity Ohio. Discharged for disability Aug. 14,1863, Mound City, Ill. Buried Olin cemetery. Photo: Steve Hanken

THIRTY-SEVENTH INFANTRY
[Note.—This regiment was mustered out at Davenport, date not given in Adjutant General's Report.]

NAME

ENLISTED

DETAILS

NOTES
Company A
Corp.
David Bumgardner
Nov. 11, 1862disd. March 21, 1865, disab 
Clymer, Chas.Nov. 11, 1862died St. Louis 
Company E
Tucker, Darius   Photo: Steve HankenResidence Dubuque. Mustered December 15, 1862. Died December 24, 1862, at Anamosa, Iowa. Buried at Riverside Cemetery, Anamosa, Iowa. (Steve Hanken)
Company F
Barnes, AaronDec. 29, 1862prmtd. musician 
Krokooke, Jos.Dec. 26, 1862disd. Sept. 12, 1864, disab 
Quimby, Darius C.  Age 49. Residence Monticello, nativity New York. Enlisted Oct. 9, 1862, as Third Corporal. Mustered Oct. 10, 1862. Promoted Second Corporal April 13, 1864; First Corporal Aug. 1, 1864. Mustered out May 24, 1865, Davenport, Iowa. Darius was in Co. "F" 37th Iowa and enlisted in the "Graybeards." He was a journeyman blacksmith from Monticello, Iowa and the first notary for Jones County. Darius died at the Nebraska Veterans Home, and is buried at Nebraska Veterans Home, Grand Island, Nebraska. His information is chiseled on the tombstone his wife, Susanna, in Oakwood Cemetery in Monticello. Photo: Glenna Rice. (Steve Hanken)
Rice, R. B.Dec. 19, 1862died Feb. 4, 1864 
Company H
Pate, HenrySept. 22, 1862 Age 71. Residence Anamosa, nativity Virginia. Mustered Nov. 19, 1862. Discharged for disability May 8, 1863, St. Louis, Mo. buried at Springville cemetery, Springville, Linn county, Iowa. Photo: Steve Hanken
Company I
Second Lieut.
Thomas E. Belknap
com.
Dec. 15, 1862
  
Sergt.
Noah Bigley
Sept. 5, 1862  Photo: (Steve Hanken)
Cook, John W. H.Sept. 20, 1862disd. May 7. 1863. disab 
Dodge, MarkOct. 9, 1862  
Gilford, Jos.Sept. 15, 1862 Joseph P. Guilford. Died October 8, 1865. Langworthy cemetery. (Steve Hanken)
Kane, Daniel  Age 52. Residence Jones County, nativity Virginia. Enlisted Oct. 31, 1862. Mustered Nov. 19, 1862. Mustered out May 24, 1865, Davenport, Iowa. (Steve Hanken)
Rice, R. B.Dec. 19, 1862died Feb. 4, 1864 
Hodges, VincentOct. 1, 1862disd. May 20, 1864, disab 
Lake, Benj.Oct. 23, 1862  
Pate, HenrySept. 22, 1862disd. May 8, 1863, disabAge 71. Residence Anamosa, nativity Virginia. Enlisted Sept. 22, 1862. Mustered Nov. 19, 1862. Discharged for disability May 8, 1863, St. Louis, Mo. (Steve Hanken)
Shafer, S. M.Sept. 8, 1862disd. April 8, 1863. disabSolomon M. (Steve Hanken)
Shafer, JohnOct. 8, 1862  
Secrest, Robert M.Sept. 11, 1862disd. April 25, 1863, disab 
Truax, JohnSept. 11, 1862  
Taylor, W. H.Nov. 1, 1862 Worsley H. (Steve Hanken)
Warren, LeviOct. 8, 1862disd. Dec. 11, 1863, disab 
Zigler, JacobSept. 23, 1862disd. Nov. 9, 1864, disabThis name is spelled Ziegler. Buried at Anamosa. (Steve Hanken)
Company Unknown
Chatwin, E.Dec. 16, 1862 This soldier was in Company "I" and the name is "Chetwin." Age 58. Residence Anamosa. Mustered Feb. 25, 1863. Mustered out May 24, 1865, Davenport, Iowa. (Steve Hanken)

THIRTY-EIGHTH INFANTRY

NAME

ENLISTED

DETAILS

NOTES
Moats, AmbroseAug. 15, 1862trans Age 18. Residence Highland, nativity Ohio. Mustered Nov. 4, 1862. Transferred to Company H, Thirty-fourth and Thirty-eighth Consolidated, Jan. 1, 1865. Buried at Scotch Grove Presbyterian Cemetery, Jones County, Iowa. Photo: Steve Hanken

THIRTY-NINTH INFANTRY

NAME

ENLISTED

DETAILS

NOTES
Cline, Chas.Aug. 22, 1862kld. Oct. 5, 1864 
Rye (Wry) Wm.Aug. 22, 1862m.o. June 5, 1865Company K. "Wry" on stone. Age 20. Residence Fairview, nativity Indiana. Mustered Aug. 22, 1862. Promoted Fifth Corporal May 3, 1865. Mustered out June 5, 1865, Washington, D. C. Photo: Steve Hanken
Snyder, J. F.Aug. 22, 1862captd. Oct. 5, 1864 
Wry, AbsalomAug. 22, 1862m.o. June 5, 1865 
Wry, JamesAug. 22, 1862died Feb. 19, 1865 

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