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Database A.

Chronological list of deaths suffered by the 92nd Illinois during the war: (Deaths at Danville, Kentucky and Nashville, Tennessee can most likely be attributed to disease. Danville and Nashville were sites of Union hospitals.) 

Date

Rank

Name

Location

Cause

11/7/62

Sgt.

Warren C. Goddard

Lexington, Kentucky

 

11/7/62

Pvt.

Benjamin Hetrick

Mt. Sterling, Kentucky

accidentally shot at guard tent

11/8/62

Pvt.

Consider S. Graves

Lexington National Cemetery, Lexington, KY.; Plot 0, 0, 668

 

11/20/62

Pvt.

Hugh S. Armagost

Mt. Sterling, Kentucky

 

11/22/62

Pvt.

William M. Flack

Lexington National Cemetery, Lexington, Kentucky

 

12/12/62

Pvt.

Henry Thomas

Danville National Cemetery, Danville, KY.  Plot 13, 0, 138 

measles, consumption

12/15/62

Pvt.

Samuel J. Mondebaugh

Danville National Cemetery, Danville, KY.; plot 12, 0, 311

 

12/23/62

Pvt.

Wellington Hatch

Nicholasville, Kentucky

 

12/29/62 Pvt. John Friery Danville National Cemetery, Danville, KY.; Plot 32, 0, 122  

1/1/63

Pvt.

Lyman A. Ford

Danville National Cemetery, Danville, KY.; 33 0 195

 

1/2/63

Pvt.

Norman Wood

Danville National Cemetery, Danville, KY.; plot 11, 0, 312

 

1/6/63

Pvt.

Robert Pitman

Danville National Cemetery, Danville Ky;  plot  33, 0, 196

consumption

1/10/63

Pvt.

Valentine Haum

Danville, Kentucky

 

1/15/63

Pvt.

Alexander Mayes

Danville National Cemetery, Danville, KY. Plot 32, 0, 143

 erysipelas

1/17/63

Pvt.

James O’Neal 

Danville, Kentucky

typhoid fever

1/19/63

Pvt.

Benjamin F. Eshleman

Danville, Kentucky

typhoid fever

1/21/63

Cap.

William Stouffer

Danville, Kentucky

 

1/23/63

Pvt.

Junious E. Leal

Danville National Cemetery, Danville, Ky. Plot  30, 0, 203

typhoid fever

1/23/63

Pvt.

Edward Shearer

Danville National Cemetery, Danville, KY.; Plot  30, 0, 202

 

1/24/63

Pvt.

Robert Best

Danville, Kentucky

spinal meningitis

1/24/63

Pvt.

George W. Dunshee

Lower York Cemetery, Thomson, Carroll County, Illinois

 typhoid fever

1/26/63

Pvt.

Jerry Vorhis       

Danville, Kentucky

 

1/28/63

Pvt.

Henry M. Prince

Danville, Kentucky

typhoid, pneumonia

1/30/63

Pvt.

William Dickhomer

Danville National Cemetery, Danville, KY.; plot 31 0 134

 

1/30/63

Pvt.

Benjamin F. Long

Danville, Kentucky

 

2/4/63

Pvt.

Levi T. Shipman

Danville, Kentucky

typhoid pneumonia

2/4/63

Pvt.

John M. Hetrick

Danville National Cemetery, Danville, KY. Plot 15,0,272

 

2/6/63

Pvt.

Orlando P. Hills

Danville National Cemetery, Danville, KY. Plot 15, 0, 261

 

2/6/63

Cpl.

Daniel R. Vought

Danville, Kentucky

 

2/9/63

Pvt.

A. D. Brown

Danville, Kentucky

 

2/9/63

Pvt.

Thompson M. Shore

Danville National Cemetery, Danville, KY.  Plot 14, 0, 229

 

2/10/63

Cpl.

Charles Purinton

Danville, Kentucky

 

2/11/63

Pvt.

Leo Lawrence

Danville National Cemetery, Danville, KY.

 

2/14/63

Pvt.

Henry Browning

Danville, Kentucky

 

2/15/63

Pvt.

Samuel H. Johnson

Nashville, Tennessee

 

2/16/63

Pvt.

Elijah Curtiss

Danville, Kentucky

 

2/16/63

Pvt.

Wallace H. Gale

Nashville National Cemetery, Nashville, TN. Plot E  726

 

2/17/63

Cpl.

William Smith

Nashville, Tennessee

 

2/17/63

Pvt.

Henry A. Russell

Danville National Cemetery, Danville, KY.; plot 14, 0, 214

 

2/17/63

Pvt.

Orrin J. Mitchell

Nashville, Tennessee

 

2/18/63

Pvt.

Warren Aldrich

Mt. Sterling, Kentucky

 

2/18/63

Pvt.

David M. Kendrick

Danville, Kentucky

 

2/19/63

Pvt.

Edgar Bennett

Lexington National Cemetery, Lexington, Kentucky, Plot 0, 0, 283

 

2/20/63

Pvt.

Martin L. Lower

Nashville, Tennessee

lung fever

2/20/63

Pvt.

Thomas F. Whiteside

Danville, Kentucky

 

2/21/63 Pvt. John M. Smith

Danville National Cemetery;  plot 14, 0, 236

 
2/22/63 Pvt. W. A. Haggart Nashville, Tennessee  
2/22/63 Pvt. George Hicks Nashville National Cemetery, Nashville, Tennessee  
2/22/63   Samuel Shank Nashville, Tennessee pleurisy

2/22/63

Pvt.

Samuel Shaub

Nashville, Tennessee

 

2/22/63

Pvt.

William Wright

Danville National Cemetery, Danville, KY.; plot 31, 0, 118

 

2/26/63

Pvt.

John F. Smith

Danville, Kentucky

 

2/27/63

Pvt.

George Johnson

Nashville National Cemetery, Nashville, TN.

 

2/27/63

Cpl.

Uriah B. Sammis

Nashville, Tennessee

 

2/28/63

Pvt.

Asa Kester

Nashville, TennesseeNashville National Cemetery; Nashville, TN.; Plot E, 434

 

2/28/63

Pvt.

Lewis W. Rodgers

Nashville, Tennessee

 

3/1/63

Pvt.

Samuel J. Buck

Nashville, Tennessee

 

3/3/63

Cpl.

George Metcalf

Danville National Cemetery, Danville, KY.; Plot 16, 0, 24

 

3/4/63

Wag.

Joel Heffner

Nashville, Tennessee

 

3/5/63   Pardon D. Plummer Danville national Cemetery, Danville, KY.; Plot 17, 0, 246  

3/5/63

Pvt.

Roswell F. Plummer

Danville National Cemetery, Danville, KY.; Plot 31, 0, 117

 

3/5/63

Pvt.

David Vaughn

Nashville, Tennessee

 

3/12/63 Pvt. Dorace Olney Argo Cemetery, Argo Fay, Carroll County, IL  

3/12/63

Pvt.

David Ritchie

Lexington National Cemetery, Lexington, KY

 

3/13/63 Pvt. Sidney Kenyon Danville National Cemetery, Danville, KY.; Plot 16, 0. 212  

3/13/63

Pvt.

Albert R. Williams

Nashville, Tennessee

 

3/13/63

Pvt.

William J. Empfield

Danville National Cemetery, Danville, KY.  Plot 1 70 255

 

3/15/63

Mus.

Daniel G. Clark

Franklin, Tennessee

 

3/19/63

Pvt.

Samuel Cornelius

Nashville, Tennessee

 

3/16/63

Pvt.

Thomas S. Tally

Nashville, Tennessee

 

3/17/63

Lt.

David B. Colehour

Nashville, Tennessee

pneumonia

3/19/63

Pvt.

Samuel Cornelius

Nashville, Tennessee

 

3/23/63

Pvt.

E. R. Rice

Nashville National Cemetery, Nashville, TN. Plot E.366

 

3/23/63

Sgt.

Daniel C. Hastings

Lexington National Cemetery, Lexington, KY.;  Plot 0, 0, 325

 

3/31/63

Pvt.

George Hicks

Nashville, Tennessee

 

3/31/63   Alexander Hyndman   chronic diarrhea

4/6/63

Pvt.

Fred Wohlgomath

Brentwood, Tennessee

 

4/13/63

Sgt.

Jacob Kettle

 

 

4/14/63

Pvt.

James A. Edwards

Nashville, Tennessee

 

4/14/63

Pvt.

Ephraim Wyckoff

Nashville, Tennessee

 

4/17/63

Pvt.

Eugene Evarts

New Albany, Indiana

 

4/17/63

Pvt.

Johnston W. Coho

Louisville, Kentucky

 

4/22/63

Pvt.

Ezra W. Cowen

Nashville, Tennessee

 

4/22/63

Cpl.

George Byrum

Nashville, Tennessee

 

4/22/63

Pvt.

Asa P. Williams

Nashville, Tennessee

typhoid pneumonia

4/24/63

Pvt.

Maroni Myers

Nashville, Tennessee

 

5/5/63

Pvt.

Albert B. Hummel

Nashville National Cemetery, Nashville, TN. ; Plot E, 1252

 

5/21/63

Cpl.

John S. Leek

Franklin, Tennessee

 

6/13/63

Pvt.

Amos Fisk

Nashville, Tennessee

typhoid Pneumonia

6/18/63   Andrew Tarbert    
6/28/63 Cpl. Frederick W. Carpenter Argo Cemetery, Argo Fay, Carroll County, Illinois  

7/25/63

Pvt.

Newton Fife

Nashville, Tennessee

 

7/27/63

Cpl.

Henry Rudy

Murfreesboro, Tennessee

 

8/16/63

Pvt.

William E. Arnold

Lighthouse Cemetery, Oregon, Illinois

heart attack

8/25/63

Pvt.

Benjamin F. Adams  

New Albany, Indiana

 

9/12/63 Pvt. Ephraim Werkheiser Kent, Illinois disability

9/16/63

Pvt.

Isaac Michael

Nashville National Cemetery; Nashville, TN.; plot C, 7374

 

9/17/63

Pvt.

Charles H. Giles

Catlett’s Gap, Georgia

wounds

9/19/63

Pvt.

Jacob Sellers

Chickamauga

shot through heart

9/19/63

Pvt.

John D. McSherry

Chickamauga

wounds

9/19/63

Pvt.

James T. Halleck

Chickamauga

wounds

9/19/63

Pvt.

Charles J. Reed

Chickamauga

wounds

9/19/63

Pvt.

Nathan Corning

Chickamauga

wounds

9/19/63

Sgt.

Roster J. Preston

Chickamauga

shot in chest

9/19/63

Sgt.

James A. Bigger

Chickamauga

wounds

9/19/63

Pvt.

John J. Thompson

Chickamauga

shot arm and back; left on field to die

10/3/63

Pvt.

John Donohue

Nashville, Tennessee

shot in left arm at Chickamauga

10/5/63

Pvt.

James M. Dodson

Nashville, Tennessee

 

10/6/63

Pvt.

William S. Harlin

Nashville, Tennessee

shot in left arm at Chickamauga

10/11/63

Pvt.

George Thompson

Danville National Cemetery, Danville, KY.; plot 31, 0,116

 

10/14/63

Pvt.

Charles N. Keiser

Louisville, Kentucky

dysentery

10/19/63

Pvt.

Coates L. Wilson

Chattanooga, Tennessee

shot in right hip at Chickamauga

10/21/63 Pvt. Jacob A. Reber Murfreesboro, Tennessee  

11/5/63

Pvt. Francis Monroe Ayers    

11/13/63

Pvt.

Ephraim Lambert

Nashville, Tennessee

 

1/14/64

Pvt.

John R. Thompson

Detroit, Michigan

illness

1/21/64

Pvt.

Barnhart Steinman

Nashville, Tennessee

 

1/31/64

Sgt.

Charles M. Knapp

Freeort, Illinois

 

4/23/64

Pvt.

John Downes

Chattanooga National Cemetery, Chattanooga, Tennessee; Plot: K, No. 10353

wounds

4/23/64

Pvt.

William A. Hills

Lighthouse Cemetery, Oregon, Illinois

captured, then murdered

4/23/64

Pvt.

R. J. A. O’Conner

Chattanooga National Cemetery

captured, then murdered

4/23/64

Pvt.

Garner McKeel

Chattanooga National Cemetery

gunshot

4/23/64

Pvt.

George A. Springer

Chattanooga National Cemetery

shot in lungs

4/23/64

Pvt.

William H. Reynolds

Chattanooga National Cemetery, Chattanooga, Tennessee; Plot : K, 10348

wounds

4/23/64

Pvt.

James W. Rhodes

Chattanooga National Cemetery

wounds

4/23/64

Pvt.

William Gifford

Chattanooga National Cemetery, Chattanooga, TN; Section K, site 10362

wounds

5/3/64

Pvt.

Francis H. Allen

 

wounds

5/7/64

Pvt.

William Cattarach

Byron Cemetery, Ogle County, Illinois

captured at Nickojack, then shot

5/9/64

Pvt.

Levi Updegraph

 

wounds

5/13/64

Pvt.

William Diamond

Ringgold, Georgia

 

6/18/64

Pvt.

Wilson S. Gotshel

Nashville National Cemetery, Nashville, TN. Plot J.13790

wounds

6/22/64

Pvt.

Jacob Betz

Kingston, Georgia

wounds

6/28/64

Cpl.

Henry Slosser

Andersonville Prison

scorbutus; captured 9/17/63

7/10/64

Pvt.

Henry Miller

Andersonville Prison

pneumonia

8/2/64

Sgt.

Benjamin F. Heistand

Andersonville Prison

dysentery

8/8/64

Pvt.

William Guyer

Andersonville Prison

dysentery

8/19/64

Pvt.

Alycrah W. Latham     

Jonesboro, Georgia

wounds

8/30/64

Pvt.

Walter Scott

Jonesboro, Georgia

wounds

8/30/64

Cpl.

Wallace R. Giddings    

Sand Lowe, Georgia

 

8/30/64

Pvt.

Squire Dimon

Jonesboro, Georgia

wounds

9/7/64

Pvt.

Edwin W. Eliot

Andersonville Prison

chronic diarrhea

9/14/64

Pvt.

George M. D. Sechler

White Rock Cemetery, White Rock, IL.

 

9/21/64

Lt.

James Dawson

Atlanta, Georgia

wounds

9/23/64

Pvt.

John  Denious

Atlanta, Georgia

wounds

9/25/64

Pvt.

William P. McWorthy

Andersonville Prison

diarrhea

9/26/64

Pvt.

Morris R. Miller

Andersonville Prison

scorbutus

9/64

Pvt.

Cyrus Tucker

 

presumed dead; MIA; exact date unknown

10/3/64

Sgt.

William F. Campbell    

Marietta National Cemetery; Marietta, GA.

shot in head

10/3/64

Pvt.

George Austin

Powder Springs, Georgia  

wounds

10/3/64

Pvt.

Thomas J. Aurand

Powder Springs, Georgia  

wounds

10/3/64

Cpl.

James P. Bloss

Powder Springs, Georgia  

wounds

10/3/64

Pvt.

Edward S. Rowe

Powder Springs, Georgia  

wounds

10/4/64

Pvt.

Edward Crawford

 

wounds

10/4/64

Pvt.

E. D. Harrington          

Florence, South Carolina  

captured, Nickojack; died POW

10/6/64

Pvt.

Elijah Tilton

Marietta National Cemetery, Marietta, GA.  Plot A-309

 wounds

10/6/64

Pvt.

William Werkheiser     

Marrietta, Georgia

wounds

10/7/64

Pvt.

Augustus Lowry

Milledgeville, Illinois

 

10/9/64 Pvt. David Wingert buried National Cemetery, Nashville, Tenn.  

10/11/64

Pvt.

Horace F. Sheldon

Powder Springs, Georgia

wounds

10/26/64 Pvt. Alexander Baysinger Steelboro, Georgia killed in action

10/26/64

Pvt. W. Boeke Steelboro, Georgia killed in action

10/26/64

Pvt.

Adam Countryman      

Steelsboro, Georgia

wounds

11/9/64

Pvt.

Samuel W. Burton

Nashville, Tennessee

wounds

11/19/64

Pvt.

Julius C. Norton

Florence, Alabama

 

11/23/64

Pvt.

Augustus Stolhut          

Andersonville Prison

 

12/4/64

Cpl.

William Erb

Waynesboro, Georgia

wounds

12/4/64

Pvt.

Emmet A. Merrill         

Waynesboro, Georgia

wounds

12/4/64

Cpl.

David Scott     

Waynesboro, Georgia

wounds

12/4/64

Pvt.

George W. Downs      

Waynesboro, Georgia

wounds

12/4/64

Pvt.

Jesse Robinson

Beaufort National Cemetery, Beaufort, SC.  Plot 7, 539

wounds

12/6/64 Pvt. Perril G. Baker Beaufort National Cemetery, Beaufort, South Carolina  

12/25/64

Pvt.

Milo Walker

Savannah, Georgia

 

/65

Pvt. Baton W. Lewis Woodlawn Cemetery, Creston, IL. died while POW

2/11/65

Pvt.

Peter Lang

Chadwick, Illinois

wounds

2/11/65

Cpl.

Joseph R. Potter          

Aiken, South Carolina

wounds

2/11/65

Pvt.

Charles S. Falkner

Aiken, South Carolina

wounds

2/11/65

Wag.

George C. Mack

Aiken, South Carolina

wounds

2/11/65

Cpl.

William Back   

Aiken, South Carolina

wounds

2/12/65

Pvt.

Leroy J. Durrin

Huntsville, Alabama

 

2/13/65

Pvt.

Jonathan Crouch

Davis Mills, South Carolina

wounds

2/14/65

Pvt.

Coston  Z. Best

Florence, South Carolina

 

2/19/65

Pvt.

Lewis Saxburg

Camp Douglas, Illinois

 

2/65

Pvt.

Michael Wendling        

South Carolina   

presumed killed; exact location and date unknown

3/3/65

Pvt.

Nathan R. Bevins

Danville, Kentucky

 

3/29/65

Pvt.

Cyrus W. Brown

Millegeville, Illionois

 

3/30/65 Pvt. Cyrus Thayer Hayes Cemetery, Kings, Ill consumption
3/31/65 Pvt. James O'Rorke St. Patrick’s Catholic Cemetery, Rochelle, Illinois drowning

3/31/65

 

Cyrus Thayer

Hayes Cemetery, Kings, Ill.

 

4/65 Pvt. Patten H. Atwood Stillman Valley, Illinois  

4/12/65

Pvt.

Alexander Jackson

Raleigh, North Carolina

wounds, killed after war declared over

4/13/65

Pvt.

John W. Rea   

Raleigh National Cemetery, Raleigh, NC. Plot 3 117

wounds, killed after war declared over

4/14/65

Pvt.

Joseph Johnston

Raleigh National Cemetery, Raleigh, Wake County, North Carolina; Plot 3,116

wounds, killed after war declared over

4/27/65

Pvt. Eugene E. Linkletter Camp Butler Cemetery, Springfield, Illinois, plot 712  
5/65 Pvt. Alvia B. Knowlton Dodge County, Nebraska  

5/18/65

Pvt.

John Cornforth

 

wounds

6/5/65

Pvt.

Oscar D. Wilcoxon      

Memorial Gardens; Concord, North Carolina

 

 

 

 

 

 

After transfer (to USCT)    

12/22/64

1st Lt. David G. Cook Murfreesboro, Tennessee captured, shot

    

     

         

 

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