Battery A's Farewell
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Civil War, Battery A

The Civil War military unit, Battery A, departed the St. Louis by train on their way to Chickamauga. The list provides the names of the officers and enlisted men who departed that evening on their way to another Civil War battle.

The information appears in the St. Louis Society Scrapbook located at Missouri Historical Society, who submitted this information for the 1999 St. Louis Genealogical Society Quarterly, volume 32, number 3, pages 87–89.


Battery A’s Farewell – 16 May 1898

Showing records 1 to 20 of 121.

NameRankDate
Armstrong, Mark Private 16 May 1898
Bauduy, L. C. Private 16 May 1898
Billon, Guy P. Private 16 May 1898
Boeckeier, Henry A. Corporal 16 May 1898
Boogher, Clinton Private 16 May 1898
Boogher, Lawrence Corporal 16 May 1898
Borup, George Doane Private 16 May 1898
Burder, Gus. H. Private 16 May 1898
Burder, Theo. C. Private 16 May 1898
Cannon, Edgar D. Private 16 May 1898
Carpenter, W. D. Private 16 May 1898
Carr, James Yeatman Private 16 May 1898
Carr, Lucien D. Private 16 May 1898
Chamers, William Lionel Private 16 May 1898
Chapin, Fred Private 16 May 1898
Chappee, George Private 16 May 1898
Colloday, W. P. Private 16 May 1898
Conde, C. W. Private 16 May 1898
Corby, John L. Private 16 May 1898
Cornwell, Fred L. Private 16 May 1898

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