Monday, August 2, 2010

18th Missouri Infantry

18th Missouri Infantry[1]

Killed:
Adjutant and Acting Assistant Adjutant General Lieutenant William A. Edgar, First Lieutenant John R. Dayton (A), Corporal Leroy Guthrie (A)[2], Corporal Joseph Linscott (A), Rolla Brantner (A)[3], First Sergeant John Downy (B), Sergeant George A. Hinman (B), Corporal James R. Simmons (B), Noah Mullenix (B), John J. Cochrane (B), Simeon Maphet (B), Corporal Berry A. Wood (E)[4], James Carre (E), Alexander E. Sleem (E)[5], Isam Lunsford (E)[6], Captain Eugene W. Godfrey (F), First Lieutenant John B. Shorpe (F), and Joseph A. Menzer (H)[7]


Wounded:
Sergeant John L. Jones (A), Corporal William Green (A), Patrick Gemon (A), Jerome L. Conant (A), Franklin Green (A), Thomas Henson (A), William Cochran (A), Corporal Greenbury Wilson (B), William Vires (B), Thompson Cooly (B), Matthew Morris (B), Samuel Penwell (B), W.T. Wilson (B), Henry S. Wells (B), Lewis Frank (B), J.B. Howe (B), Humphrey Lighton (B), B.B. Campbell (B), William Smith (B), Henry A. Burns (B), Captain Stults (B)[8], First Lieutenant and Acting Adjutant George W. Bywater (C), First Sergeant Thomas McComb (C), Corporal A.B.C. Douglas (C), Corporal Robert Donohoo (C), Daniel Ayler (C), J.L. Davenport (C), George W. Norval (C), James T. Riley (C), J.B. Shipley (C), Isaac F. Shipley (C), William Allen (C), Marshall Mace (C), First Lieutenant Joseph R. Still (D), Corporal Henry Washbun (D), John Centres (D), Andrew J. Alexander (D), Daniel Geoffrey (D), John C. Gray (D), Jesse C. Griffiths (D), Charles Hanel (D), Hezekiah Hickman (D), Pleasant C. Jarman (D), Samuel J. Martz (D), Captain Jacob L. Clark (E)[9], Corporal Noah Wagoner (E), Samuel T. Banner (E), John Kerr (E), Isaac H. Kaiser (E), John M. Loe (E), Samuel P. Moss (E), Gilbert Lafayette Shelton (E)[10], Daniel Morgan Shelton (E), Joseph H. Strouse (E), Joseph Thompson (E), Archibald Wade (E), George W.A. Preston (E), First Sergeant Joseph Darwin (F)[11], Corporal Benjamin F. Wheeler (F), Corporal Henry Haring (F), John Roney (F), William Capps (F), Joseph D. Halleck (F), Ambrose H. Payne (F), Fester Masiner (F)[12], Nelson Dishman (F), Elias Erwin (F), Sergeant Jahill Conn (G), John W Alderman (G), Bryant Flanigan (G), James Knox (G), John Tucker (G), Second Lieutenant Richard F. Fallis (I), Sergeant Hendri Coal (I), Hiram Austin (I), Dwyer J. Olin (I), Daniel Roar (I), Joel Richardson (I), Reuben Waller (I), Captain James A. Price (K), Second Lieutenant O.B. Douglas (K), Third Sergeant Gilbert Kurtz (K), Fifth Corporal Talman Smith (K)[13], Third Corporal Michael Burke (K), William O’Fallon (K), Joseph F. Wilson (K), Elisha Estes (K), Henry C. Jackson (K), John Thomas (K), Lemuel Blankenship (K), and John E. Armstrong (K).


Missing:
Colonel Madison Miller, Lieutenant Colonel J.V. Pratt, Assistant Surgeon Houts, Captain Joseph Durman (A), Second Lieutenant Oliver H. Dodge (A), Sergeant George D. Earl (A), Sergeant William H. Akers (A), Corporal James W. Wilson (A)[14], Corporal Milton J. Hudson (A)[15], John W. Green (A)[16], George Ewing (A)[17], John M. Morgrare (A), Samuel Frankfort (A), William Reeves (A), John T. Davis (A), Captain H.P. Stults (B)[18], First Lieutenant Daniel Hudson (B), Sergeant J.J. Smith (B), John Frank (B), J.J. Richey (B), John Calison (B), Edward Clear (B), T.B. Scovill (B), Jonathan Watts (B), John Trunnell (B), Brantlay (B), William Judd (B), George Eli (B), M.M. Cochran (B), Willis Slavens (B), Captain W.H. Cooper (C)[19], Second Lieutenant H.W. Godfrey (C), Corporal Wm. R. Jackson (C), James H. Dunnigan (C), Alfred Kirk (C), Dan Kuren (C), Silas Shields (C), D.F. Tunnell (C), Captain George W. Wyckoff (D), Sergeant Richard A. Jeffries (D), Sergeant Silas Haynes (D), John Rigler (D), Daniel F. Clary (D), Samuel J. Earhart (D), William Garringer (D), Charles A. Hackett (D), James Hopper (D), Elijah Johnson (D), Van Buren Johnson (D), John W. Johnson (D), Enoch Mathews (D), William Newman Jr. (D), William H Pronasco (D), Jacob Stewart (D), Wesley Stevenson (D), John F. Sluth (D), Henry Talkins (D), William Thompson (D), Clark Tompkins (D), Henry Worley (D), Second Lieutenant John R. McEfee (E), Corporal James Johnson (E), Andy Thompson (E), Sergeant Joseph W. Brown (F), Sergeant James Kane (F), Sergeant Elias Berry (F), Corporal John Casseldine (F), Jacob Van Meter (F), Samuel Fisk (F), John Anderson (F), Charles Wellington (F), Charles McAfee (F), Mahen Olmstead (F), Second Lieutenant James R. Coddington (G), Corporal William P. Mansfield (G), Sergeant Thomas Walsh (G), Corporal John W. Garriot (G), Thomas Cawood (G), Robert Crawford (G), John R. Clements (G), Willis Dodson (G), William F. Jones (G), William Kidd (G), Esoner Mastuson (G), Edward Roberts (G), John Wagle (G), Captain Peter R. Dolman (H), Second Lieutenant Frederick Partenhamer (H), Sergeant Louis Benecky (H), Louis Byrome (H), Robert Brown (H), Thomas C. Call (H), Frank Engluth (H), Joseph Gross (H), Jacob Hemian (H), Charles G. Hunt (H), E. Hughes (H), R.W. Hunt (H), George Kriser (H), Frederick Korff (H), Henry Meyer (H), R. Moosman (H), Thomas Raick (H), Alex. Roaach (H), Wm. Schmitt (H), Anthony Schweller (H), Michael Scherer (H), Frederick Schwink (H), Peter Schabeck (H), William Wegner (H), Wm. West (H), Isaac West (H), Wm. Beri (H), Wm. Brant (H), Peter Clay (H), Frederick Darking (H), Samuel Hemian (H), Joseph Vonarx (H)[20], Joseph Hinton (H), Captain John P Mikesell (I), First Sergeant Caleb Wells (I), Corporal Lewis B. Korn (I)[21], Corporal John Winholts (I)[22], Hiram Brown (I), Samuel Batty (I), Andrew J. Christ (I), Samuel Garringer (I), William Good (I), Philip Hart (I), Elijah Harmon (I), William Harmon (I), John Sligo (I), George Smith (I), Darius Garble (I), Benjamin Wells (I), First Lieutenant Wm. H. Minter (K), First Sergeant Eugene O. Sullivan (K), Fourth Sergeant Michael Collery (K), Patrick Murphy (K), John McCoy (K), Peter Collins (K), Dennis Ellis (K), Joseph M. Muffley (K), G. Bellew (K), John F. Foster (K) and Henry Arnold (K).


[1] Reports of Officers in Relation to a Recent Battle at Pittsburg Landing. Millwood, NY: Kraus Reprint, 1977. Originally published as U.S. 37th Congress, 2nd session, 1861-1862. Senate. Executive Documents Printed by Order of the Senate of the United States for the Second Session of the Thirty-Seventh Congress, 1861-62. 6 vols. Washington D.C., 1861. pp 125-129. Other notes from Anders, Leslie. The Eighteenth Missouri. (Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1968) pp 47-74.
[2] Not listed in Anders, Eighteenth Missouri.
[3] In Anders, Eighteenth Missouri, listed as wounded.
[4] Not listed in Anders, Eighteenth Missouri.
[5] Not listed in Anders, Eighteenth Missouri.
[6] Not listed in Anders, Eighteenth Missouri.
[7] Not listed in Anders, Eighteenth Missouri.
[8] Only listed in Anders, Eighteenth Missouri.
[9] In Anders, Eighteenth Missouri listed as died of wounds.
[10] In Anders, Eighteenth Missouri listed as died of wounds.
[11] In Anders, Eighteenth Missouri listed as died of wounds.
[12] Anders, Eighteenth Missouri lists a Teeter Masoner as died of wounds, this might be same man.
[13] In Anders, Eighteenth Missouri listed as died of wounds.
[14] In Reports of Officers in Relation to a Recent Battle at Pittsburg also listed as wounded.
[15] In Reports of Officers in Relation to a Recent Battle at Pittsburg also listed as wounded.
[16] In Reports of Officers in Relation to a Recent Battle at Pittsburg also listed as wounded. In Anders, Eighteenth Missouri only listed as wounded.
[17] In Reports of Officers in Relation to a Recent Battle at Pittsburg also listed as wounded.
[18] In Reports of Officers in Relation to a Recent Battle at Pittsburg also listed as wounded.
[19] In Anders, Eighteenth Missouri listed as died of wounds, not as prisoner.
[20] In Anders, Eighteenth Missouri book listed as died of wounds and not listed as prisoner.
[21] In Reports of Officers in Relation to a Recent Battle at Pittsburg also listed as wounded.
[22] In Reports of Officers in Relation to a Recent Battle at Pittsburg also listed as wounded.

2 comments:

Dolph said...

Silas Shields is buried in the Civil War section of Oakland Cemetery in Atlanta with an American flag beside his grave. The marker lists no date of death.

dolph said...

John McCoy is buried in the Civil War section of Atlanta's Oakland Cemetery. He is one of 16 Union soldiers among 6,500 confederate soldiers, and the date of death listed on his marker is June 27, 1862.