Burial sites for the 4th Michigan Volunteer Infantry
who served our country between 1861-1866

The 4th Michigan Volunteer Infantry Gravestone Picture and Locating Project

We would like to thank Rootsweb for hosting this site.

This website is dedicated to the soldiers who served with the 4th Michigan Volunteer Infantry from the years 1861-1864, known as “The Old 4th Michigan”, and the years 1864-1865, known as “The Reorganized 4th Michigan.”

All listings use the 1st letter of the surname and are alphabetical with the first page containing letters A-L and the second page containing letters M-Z. The third page has cemetery gate pictures (where available) to help aid anyone who wishes to locate the cemetery.Click on the picture to see a larger version.

Some soldiers have more than one picture for their listing due to them having a family stone, a military stone, or a cenotaph. (Cenotaph: a stone placed to honor a soldier, but in name only and no actual remains.)

The Reorganized 4th soldiers are noted with (RO).

Please note that this is an ongoing project that will be updated when new information is found. If you wish to submit a photo or information to be added to this site, please contact jadtreefrog@yahoo.com.

Information used on this page came from the following sources:

1 Brig. Gen. Geo. H. Brown, Adjutant General, Record of Service of Michigan Volunteers in the Civil War 1861-1865, vol.4, commonly referred to as the Brown Book.
2 John Heiser, Ranger/Historian, Gettysburg National Military Park
3 National Park Service, Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System
4 Find A Grave Website, http://www.findagrave.com/ Pictures are used only with permission of the owner.
5 Footnote Website, http://www.footnote.com/
6 Stones River National Cemetery, http://www.stonesrivernc.org/index.html. Pictures are used with permission of the National Park.
7 Brig. Gen. Geo. H. Brown, Adjutant General, Record of Service of Michigan Volunteers in the Civil War 1861-1865, vol.9, commonly referred to as the Brown Book.
8 Brig. Gen. Geo. H. Brown, Adjutant General, Record of Service of Michigan Volunteers in the Civil War 1861-1865, vol.15, commonly referred to as the Brown Book.
9 Ancestry.com, Historical Data Systems.

Cyndi's List of Genealogy Sites on the Internet
A-L     M-Z     Cemetery Entrances

Quick link: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Cemetery Entrances

M

McDermott, James

McDermott, James
Enlisted in Co G, Mar.8, 1862,
at Adrian, MI.
On detached service with Co G, 1st Inf.,
by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, VA.
Discharged at expiration of term of service
at Washington, D.C.,Mar. 8, 18651
Buried in Riverside Cemetery
Clinton, Michigan.

McManus,

McManus, James (RO)
aka McMannas/McMannus, James 3
Enlisted in Co F, Aug. 29, 1864,
at Adrian, for 3 years, age 26 as Corporal.
Mustered Aug. 24, 1864. Corporal Sept. 28, 1864.
Cook. Discharged from hospital
at Nashville, TN, May 23, 18651
Buried in Miller's Corners Cemetery
West Bloomfield, Ontario County, New York
Picture taken by Cheri Branca.4

Hillsdale College Honor Roll
Honor Roll in the courtyard at Hillsdale College,
Hillsdale, MI.
Includes Henry Magee.
Picture taken by Richard Prugh
Magee,

Magee, Henry Wells
Enlisted in Co E, June 20, 1861,
at Adrian, MI, for 3 years, age 20.
Sergeant Jan. 1, 1863
Mustered out at expiration of term of service
at Detroit, MI, June 28, 1864.1

Buried in Oak Grove Cemetery
Hillsdale, MI.
Picture taken by Richard Prugh

Mann, George S. Mann, George S.

Mann, George S. (RO)
Enlisted in Co D, Sept.8,1864,
at Adrian, MI, for 3 years, age 21.
Mustered Sept. 9, 1864.
Sergeant Sept. 14, 1864.
Mustered out at Houston, TX, May 26, 1866.1
Buried in Hunt Cemetery
Madison Center, Michigan.

Marcey, Lyman

Marcey, Lyman
aka Marcy, Lyman
Enlisted in Co G, June 20, 1861,
at Adrian, for 3 years, age 25.
Re-enlisted Dec. 29, 1863.
Wounded in action at battle of
Fredericksburg, VA, Dec. 12, 1862.
Wounded in arm May 5, 1864.
On detached service with Co G, 1st Inf.,
by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, VA.
Discharged at Washington, D.C., Sept. 21, 1864.1
Buried in Oakhill Cemetery
Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Picture taken by Suzanne Kelly.

Marks,


Marks,

Marks, William Henry
Enlisted June 20, 1861, Co H, at Adrian, MI.
Re-enlisted Dec. 29, 1863
On detached service with Co H,
1st Infantry, by order,
July 2, 1864, Petersburg, VA.
Transferred to Co C, 4th Inf
July 1, 1865.
Mustered out at San Antonio, TX, Feb. 26, 1866.1 William Henry Marks is the son
of Adam & Ann Maria Adriance Marks.
William was born and raised
in Moscow, Hillsdale, MI.
After the war, he married Carrie Griswold.
They had 2 daughters, before she passed away.
The oldest daughter was raised by her
maternal grandmother,
the youngest daughter was raised by her
paternal grandparents.
Will moved to Council Grove, KS
along with some of his brothers
to pursue business opportunities.
In 1883 he went back to MI to visit,
marrying Ella Belding, a woman who
he had previously known
as she had lived on a neighboring farm.
Eventually most of the Marks family
moved to Council Grove, KS,
including his youngest daughter, Libby.4

Buried in Greenwood Cemetery
Council Grove, Morris County, Kansas4
Picture taken by CH.

Marlatt, George W.

Marlatt, George W. (RO)
Enlisted in Co D, August 19,1864,
at Adrian, MI, for 3 years, age 18.
Mustered Aug. 23, 1864.
Died of disease at Adrian, MI
Sept. 28, 1864.1
Buried in Maple Shade Cemetery
Onsted, Michigan.

Mead, LeRoy

Mead, LeRoy
Enlisted in Co. G, as Corporal, June 20 1864,
at Adrian, for 3 years, age 30.
Mustered June 20, 1861. Sergeant Jan. 1, 1862.
Sergeant Jan. 1, 1862. Commissioned
Second Lieutenant Feb. 12, 1863.
Mustered Feb. 12, 1863.
Wounded in action May 5, 1864.
Commanding Co.K from May 1, 1864.
Mustered out at expiration of term of service
at Detroit, MI, June 30, 1864.1
Buried in Ridgeway Cemetery
Ridgeway, Michigan.

Miller,

Miller, Debrix (RO)
aka Miller, Debraire/Debaux/Debraiax 3
Enlisted Sept. 12, 1864, Co F
at Sumpter, as cook.
Discharged at New Orleans, LA., Aug. 5, 1865.1
Buried in Greenwood Cemetery
Pittsford, Hillsdale County, MI.
Picture taken by Steve Trammell4

Miller, Riley

Miller, Riley
Enlisted in Co B, Feb. 27, 1862,
at Adrian, MI, for 3 years, age 23.
Transferred to Invalid Corps March, 1864.
Corporal, Co B, 24th Veteran Reserve Corps.
Discharged for disability at Washington, D.C.,
Feb. 27, 1865.1
Buried in Ridgeway Cemetery
Ridgeway, Michigan

Millins, Cyrus

Millins, Cyrus
aka Millens, Cyrus
Enlisted in Co B, June 20, 1861,
at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18.
Corporal July 1, 1862.
Discharged for disability April 11, 1863.1
Buried in Palmyra Cemetery
Palmyra, Michigan.

Miner, Irvin S. Miner, Irvin S. Miner, Irvin S.

Miner, Irvin S.
Aka as Ervin S., Erwin S.
Enlisted in Co F, as Sergeant, June 20, 1861,
at Adrian, MI, for 3 years, age 28.
Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, PA, July 2, 1863.
Corporal. Returned to regiment at
Annapolis, MD, Dec. 10, 1863.
Transferred to Invalid Corps by G. O No. 365
War Department, Dec. 23, 1863.1
Buried in plot 5, block U, Maple Grove Cemetery
Hudson, Michigan.

Montonye, Sidney B

Montonye, Sidney B.
aka Montonga, Montongue, Montouge3
Enlisted June 20, 1861, in Co G ,at Adrian, MI,
for 3 years, age 22.
Re-enlisted Dec. 29, 1863. Mustered
Jan. 1, 1864. On duty in Hospital
from July, 1862 to April, 1863.
On detached service with Co G, 1st Inf.,
by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, VA.
Transferred to Co C, 4th Inf.,
July 1, 1865. Mustered out at San Antonio, TX,
Feb. 26, 1866.1
Buried in Rice Cemetery
Milan, Michigan.

Moody,

Moody, Robert
aka Moodie, Robert
Enlisted in Co K, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, MI,
for 3 years, age 22.
Died July 15, 1861, of wounds received in action
at Gettysburg, PA, July 2, 1863. 1
Buried in Gettysburg National Cemetery
Section 16, Row E, Grave #16.
Gettysburg, PA

Morse,

Morse, Birdsey H.
Inscription:
died 35 yrs 9 mos 10 days
My Husband Our Son
All Flesh Shall Perish Together
And We Shall Meet Again In The Hereafter.
Enlisted June 20, 1861, Co D
at Adrian, MI.
Discharged at Sharpsburg, MD,
by G.O No. 154, Oct. 25, 1862.1
Transferred Oct 25, 1862
2nd US Calvalry Co.H PVT
Regular Army G.O War Dept #154
Discharged diability May 1, 1864
Lincoln General Hospital Washington D.C.
Reenlisted Apr 3, 1865
Eagle Twp. Clinton Co.MI
12th Reg Mich Inf Co.B. Pvt.
Discharged Feb 15, 1866 Camden AR.
Buried in Oakwood Cemetery
Grand Ledge, Ingham County, MI.
Picture and information from Gary W. Wilkes.4

Mourehouse, William M.

Mourehouse, William M.
Aka Morehouse
Enlisted in Co H, June 20 1861,
at Adrian, for 3 years, age 19.
Discharged for disability Jan. 31, 1863.
Present residence, Pittsford, MI.1
Buried in Leonardson Cemetery
Pittsford Twp., Michigan.

Mulliken, Harlow

Mulliken, Harlow (RO)
Buried in Gage (Old Cadmus) Cemetery,
Cadmus, Michigan.


N

Nash, Orlando

Nash, Orlando
Enlisted in Co H, June 20, 1861,
at Adrian, MI, for 3 years, age 19.
Discharged for disability at camp
Jan. 2, 1863.
Present residence, Hillsdale, MI.1
Buried in plot 850, Oak Grove Cemetery
Hillsdale, Michigan.

Nelson, Frank Benjamin Nelson, Frank Benjamin

Nelson, Frank Benjamin
AKA Benjamin Frank
Enlisted in Co A, Feb. 27, 1862,
at Adrian, MI, for 3 years, age 22.
Wounded in action at Fredericksburg, VA,
Dec. 12 and 13, 1862.
Mustered out at expiration of term of service
at Detroit, MI, June 30, 1864.1
Buried in Woodland Cemetery
Monroe, Michigan.

Nestle, George W.

Nestle, George W.(RO)
AKA George B, George Nestles
Enlisted in Co I, Sept. 27, 1864,
at Wales, MI, for 3 years, age 40.
Mustered Oct. 5, 1864.
Died Sept. 20, 1901, at Wales, MI.1
Buried in Lambs Cemetery
Lambs, Michigan.


O

Oliver, John Morrison

Oliver, John Morrison
Enlisted June 20, 1861, Co A at Adrian, MI.
Commissioned Captain, Co F, Sept. 25, 1861.
Resigned March 15, 1862.
Re-entered service in the 15th Infantry as Colonel.
Brevetted Major General of US Volunteers
March 13, 1865.8
Buried in Lakeview Cemetery
Penn Yan, New York.4
Picture taken by Rudolph Schatz. 4


P

Paul, George D.

Paul, George D.
AKA George Davidson Paul.
Enlisted in Co A, June 20, 1861,
at Adrian, MI, for 3 years, age 30.
Corporal Sept. 25, 1861.
Sergeant Sept. Dec., 1862.
Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, PA, July 2, 1863.
Released on parole Nov. 20, 1864.
Discharged at expiration of term of service
at Detroit, MI, Jan. 16, 1865.1
Buried in Woodland Cemetery
Monroe, Michigan

Paulding, Cornelius Paulding, Cornelius

Paulding, Cornelius
Enlisted in Co A, as Sergeant, June 20, 1861,
at Adrian, MI, for 3 years, age 20.
Color Sergeant.
Died of disease at Washington, D.C.,
Aug. 12, 1861.1
Buried in Woodland Cemetery
Monroe, Michigan.

Paulding, Willis. Paulding, Willis.

Paulding, Willis
Aka Paulding, William G.
Enlisted as Corporal, June 20, 1861, Co A
at Adrian, MI, for 3 years, age 22.
Discharged for disability at Union Hill
Feb. 27, 1862 1
Buried at Woodland Cemetery
Monroe, Michigan.

Pease,Constantine"

Pease, Constantine
Enlisted in Co C, as Corporal, June 20, 1861,
at Adrian, MI, for 3 years, age 20.
Died a prisoner Aug. 7 1863,
from wounds received in action
at Gettysburg, PA, July 2, 1863. 1
Buried in Gettysburg National Cemetery
Section 16, Row B, Grave #23.
Gettysburg, PA

Pendleton,

Pendleton, James H
Enlisted in Co H, June 20, 1861, at Adrian, MI,
for 3 years, age 18.
Wounded in action at Fredericksburg, VA.
Dec. 12, 1862.
Killed in action at Gettysburg, PA, July 2, 1863. 1
Buried in Gettysburg National Cemetery
Section 16, Row A, Grave #17.
Gettysburg, PA

Pennock, Alonzo

Pennock, Alonzo
Enlisted in Co G, Feb. 11, 1862,
at Adrian, MI, for 3 years, age 21.
Wounded in action May 8, 1864.
On detached service with Co G, 1st Inf.,
by order, July 2, 1864, at Petersburg, VA.
Discharged at expiration of term of service
at Detroit, MI, Feb. 13, 1865.
Present residence, Tecumseh, MI.1
Buried in Brookside Cemetery
Tecumseh, Michigan.

Pennock, Martin V.

Pennock, Martin V.
Enlisted in Co G, June 20, 1861,
at Adrian, MI, for 3 years, age 19.
Taken prisoner July 2, 1863,
and confined at Richmond, VA.
Died of disease at Tecumseh, MI, Jan 4, 1864.1
Buried in Brookside Cemetery
Tecumseh, Michigan.

Persell, Squire L.

Persell, Squire L.(RO)
AKA Persels,Percles
Enlisted in Co I, Oct. 3, 1864,
at Wales, MI, for 3 years, age 17.
Mustered out at Houston, TX
May 24, 1866.
Present residence, Wales, MI.1
Buried in Lambs Cemetery
Lambs Michigan.

Phelps, Burton L.

Phelps, Burton L.
Enlisted in Co I, Sept. 14, 1861,
at Hudson, MI, for 3 years, age __.
Corporal. Wounded in action at
Fredericksburg, VA, Dec. 12, 1862.
Wounded in action at Gettysburg, PA,
July 2, 1863. Discharged for disability
at Philadelphia, PA., Dec. 14, 1863.1
Buried in plot 15, block Q, Maple Grove Cemetery
Hudson, Michigan.

Phelps,

Phelps, Charles W.
Enlisted in Co D, May 16, 1861, at Ann Arbor, MI.
for 3 years, age 21.
Killed in action at Gettysburg, PA, July 2, 1863. 1
Buried in Gettysburg National Cemetery
Section 16, Row A, Grave #11.
Gettysburg, PA

Piper,

Piper Alanson R.
Enlisted in Co B, June 20, 1861,
at Adrian, MI, or 3 years, age 18.
Corporal July 1, 1863.
Re-enlisted Dec. 29, 1863.
Mustered Jan. 1, 1864.
Wounded in action May 10, 1864.
On detached service with Co B, 1st Inf.,
by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, VA.
Transferred to Co D, 4th MI, July 1, 1865.
Sergeant July 1, 1865.
Mustered out at San Antonio, TX
March 13, 1866.1
Buried in Riverside Cemetery
Kalamazoo, MI
Picture taken by Don Bauman.

Plumb, Edward D.

Plumb, Edward D.
Buried in Maple Grove Cemetery
Hudson, Michigan.

Plummer, William H.

Plummer, William H.
Enlisted in Co G, June 20, 1861,
at Adrian, MI, for 3 years, age 21.
Wounded in action at Gettysburg, PA,
July 2, 1863. Corporal.
Mustered out at expiration of term
of service at Detroit, MI, June 30, 1864.
Present residence, Lansing, MI.1
Buried in section B-14, plot 55
Oakwood Cemetery, Adrian, Michigan.

Potter, Alvinza Potter, Alvinza Potter, Alvinza

Potter, Alvinza
aka Potter, Alvinza
Enlisted in Co K, June 20, 1861, as Corporal,
at Adrian, MI, for 3 years, age 25.
Transferred to Invalid Corps Sept. 15, 1863.
Died Jan. 9, 1891.1
Buried Forest Lawn Cemetery
Dexter, Michigan.

Priest, Ephraim

Priest, Ephraim (RO)
Enlisted in Co F, Oct. 14, 1864
at Adrian, for 3 years, age 42.
Admitted to Harper Hospital July 9, 1865.
Discharged at Detroit, Mich. Aug. 18, 1865.1
Buried in Riverside Cemetery
Clinton, Michigan.

Pryor,

Pryor, William A.
Enlisted in Co D,June 20, 1861,
at Adrian, MI, for 3 years, age 26.
Corporal
Killed in action at Gettysburg, PA, July 2, 1863. 1
Buried in Gettysburg National Cemetery
Section 16, Row A, Grave #13.
Gettysburg, PA

Purd,

Purdy, Columbus
AKA Columbus L. Purdy
Enlisted in Co H, Sept.3, 1861,
at Hudson, MI, for 3 years, age 23.
Died of disease on hospital boat,
en route to New York, Aug. 7, 1862. 1
Buried in Somerset Cemetery,
Somerset Township, Michigan
Row 5.

Purdy,

Purdy, George
Enlisted in Co H, Feb. 11, 1863,
at Lapeer, MI, for 9 months, age 18.
Substitute for Abram Purdy,
drafted at Marathon Feb. 10 1863.
Joined regiment at Falmouth, VA, March 23, 1863.
Killed in action at Gettysburg, PA, July 2, 1863. 1
Buried in Gettysburg National Cemetery
Section 16, Row A, Grave #18.
Gettysburg, PA

Pursel, Teeple

Pursel, Teeple (RO)
Enlisted in Co B, Aug. 22, 1864
at Hudson, for 3 years, age 33.
Mustered out at Houston, TX, May 26, 1866.1
Buried in Maple Grove Cemetery
Hudson, Michigan.


Q

Quackenbush,

Quackenbush, James A.
Aka Quackenbush, James K.
Enlisted in Co E, June 20, 1861,
at Adrian, MI, for 3 years, age 19 years.
Re-enlisted Dec. 29, 1863.
Wounded in action May 28, 1864
On detached service with Co K,
First Infantry, by order, July 2, 1864,
Petersburg, VA.
Missing in action near Petersburg, VA
Dec. 13, 1864.
Returned to regiment at
Alexandria, VA, May 19, 1865.
No further record.1
Buried in Fairfield Cemetery
Spencerport, NY.


R

Rathbun,

Rathbun, George H. (RO)
Entered in service in Co D, Sept. 14, 1864,
at Adrian, MI, for 3 years, age 21.
Discharged to accept promotion
Oct. 13, 1864.
Commissioned Captain to date July 26, 1864.
Aide-de-Camp on staff of
Brevet Brigadier General Wisner, Jan. 1, 1866.
Mustered out and honorable discharged
at Houston, TX, May 26, 1866.1
Buried in Brookside Cemetery
Tecumseh, MI.

Rauch, Rauch,

Rauch, Peter
Aka Rouch, Ranch
Enlisted in Co H, June 21, 1861,
at Adrian, MI, for 3 years, age 36.
Discharged for disability
at convalescent camp
June 17, 1863. 1
Buried in La Salle Protestant Cemetery
La Salle, MI.

Reagan, Timothy Reagan, Timothy

Reagan, Timothy
Enlisted in Co H, June 21, 1861,
at Adrian, MI, for 3 years, age 36.
Discharged for disability
at convalescent camp
June 17, 1863. 1
Buried in plot 41, block E, Maple Grove Cemetery
Hudson, Michigan.

Redfield,

Redfield,James
Enlisted June 20, 1861, as Sergeant
Co A, at Adrian, MI.
Enlisted for 3 years, age 21.
Commissioned Second Lieutenant Nov. 1, 1861.
Commissioned First Lieutenant Jan 1, 1862.
Resigned and honorably discharged
for disability Sept. 13, 1862.1
Buried in Batavia Cemetery
Batavia, New York
Picture taken by Linda Schmidt.

Rentz, John

Rentz, John
aka Rintz, John
Enlisted in Co B, as Sergeant, June 20, 1861,
at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18.
Corporal July 1, 1862.
Re-enlisted Dec. 29, 1863.
First Sergeant Oct. 23, 1862.
On detached service with Co B, 1st Inf,
by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, VA.
Transferred to Co H, 4th Inf., July 1, 1865.
Honorably discharged May 26, 1866.1
Buried in Pleasant View Cemetery
Blissfield, Michigan.

Reynolds, Ely H.

Reynolds Ely H.
Enlisted in Independent Co, Feb. 10, 1864
at Hillsdale, MI for 3 years, age 25.
Sergeant April 5, 1864.
On detached service with Co F, 1st Inf.,
Petersburg, VA. First Sergeant
March 16, 1865. Transferred to Co K,
4th MI, by order, June 6, 1865.
Discharged at Detroit, MI, Feb. 23, 1866.1
Buried in Sunset View Cemetery, Jonesville, MI.

Reynolds, Limon D. Reynolds, Limon D.
Restored headstone.

Reynolds, Limon D. (RO)
Enlisted in Co H, Sept.3, 1864, at Pontiac, MI
for 3 years, age 34.
Discharged for disability
at Nashville, TN, May 23, 1865.1
Buried in Santa Ana Cemetery
Santa Ana, Orange County, California.
Picture taken by Charles Beal.
See: Find a Grave.4

Rhodes, Edward

Rhodes, Edward
Enlisted in Independent Co, March 25, 1864,
at Hillsdale, MI, for 3 years, age 18.
On detached service with Co F, 1st Inf,
by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, VA.
Missing while on picket Aug. 21, 1864,
at Weldon RR, VA.
Returned Dec. 28, 1864, from missing in action.
Transferred to Co K, 4th MI, by order,
June 6, 1865. Discharged at Alexandria, VA
June 20, 1865.1
Buried in Fairfield Cemetery
Fairfield, Michigan.

Rhodes, Martin V. B.

Rhodes, Martin V. B.
Enlisted in Co E, Feb. 24, 1863,
at Hillsdale, MI, for 9 months.
Substitute for Daniel A. Wisner,
drafted Feb. 24, 1863,
from Moscow, Hillsdale Co., MI.
Joined regiment at Falmouth, VA,
March 23, 1863.
Transferred to Co H.
Discharged at expiration of term of service
at Detroit, MI, Dec. 22, 1863.1
Buried in Fairfield Cemetery
Fairfield, Michigan.

Richards, Frederick B.

Richards, Frederick B.(RO)
Aka Richard, Frederick B.
Enlisted in Co I, Sept. 21, 1864,
at Sanilac, MI for 3 years, age 40.
Discharged to date June 19, 1865.1
Buried in Argyle Twp. Cemetery
Michigan.

Ritter, Lewis

Ritter, Lewis
Enlisted in Co D, June 20, 1861,
at Adrian, MI for 3 years, age 23.
Discharged for disability at Miner's Hill, VA,
March 14, 1862.1
Buried in Maple Grove Cemetery
Concord, Michigan.

Roberts,

Roberts, John B.
Enlisted in Co A, June 20, 1861,
at Adrian, MI, for 3 years, age 21.
Re-enlisted Dec. 29, 1863.
Wounded in action, May 5, 1864.
Arm amputated.
Discharged at Harper Hospital
Detroit, MI, March 1, 1865,
on account of wounds received
in action at Wilderness,VA
May 5, 1864. 1
Buried in Woodland Cemetery
Monroe, MI.
Robinson,

Robinson, Geo W.(RO)
Enlisted in Co H, Sept. 19, 1864,
at Capac, MI, for 3 years, age 16.
Died of disease in hospital
at Murfreesboro,TN, April 26, 1865.
Buried in Stone River National Cemetery
Murfreesboro, Tenn. Grave No. 2241.1
Picture used by permission.6

Rock, Henry Rock, Henry

Rock, Henry (RO)
Enlisted in Co F, Sept. 10, 1864
at Seneca, for 3 years, age 21.
Mustered out at Houston, TX, May 26, 1866.1
Buried in Munsell Cemetery
Gregory, Michigan.

Roof, John P. Roof, John P.

Roof, John P.(RO)
Enlisted in Co D, Sept. 8, 1864,
Adrian, MI for 3 years, age 44.
First Sergeant Sept. 14, 1864.
Discharged at Nashville, TN, May 18, 1865.
Buried in Oakwood Cemetery
Adrian, Michigan.

Root, Manly

Root, Manly
Enlisted in Co H, Sept. 27, 1861
at Hudson, MI, for 3 years.
Wounded in action at Hampton.
Discharged for disability at Ft. Monroe
Feb. 29, 1863. 1
Buried in Somerset Cemetery
Somerset, MI.

Rose, Myron

Rose, Myron
Enlisted in Co I, July 22, 1862
at Detroit, for 3 years, age 44.
Wounded in action at Fredericksburg, VA,
Dec. 12, 1862. Wounded in action
at battle of Gettysburg, PA, July 2, 1863.
Transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps
April 13, 1864. Mustered out
at Washington, DC, June 26, 1865,
from 9th Veteran Reserve Corps.1
Buried in Highland Cemetery
Ypsilanti, Michigan.

Rouse,

Rouse, Charles A.
Enlisted in Co D, June 20, 1861,
at Adrian, MI, for 3 years, age 19.

Killed in action at Gettysburg, PA, July 2, 1863. 1
Buried in Gettysburg National Cemetery
Section 16, Row A, Grave #14.
Gettysburg, PA

Rowell, Benjamin

Rowell, Benjamin (RO)
Enlisted in Co E, Sept. 10, 1864
at Fairfield, MI, for 3 years, age 32.
Corporal Sept. 14, 1864.
Discharged to date June 16, 1865. 1
Buried in Maple Hill Cemetery
Lamont, NY.
Picture taken by Flask.

S

Sales, John C.

Sales, John C. (RO)
Aka Sailes, Sails
Enlisted in Co H, Sept. 19, 1864,
at Armada, MI, for 4 years, age 16.
Discharged for disability at Nashville, TN
Aug. 20, 1865. 1
A pension affidavit signed by
Charles L. Jenny on Feb. 12, 1903
details the events that resulted in John
being wounded by a shot in the foot
on "about the first of March 1865".
He was treated in a hospital
in Cumberland , Tennessee
and subsequently discharged on Aug. 28, 1865.
He applied for a pension and eventually received one.
Those documents confirm the change in spelling
of his last name from Sailes to Sales.
He died on Aug. 7, 1921 and was buried on Aug. 8, 1921
in the IOOF cemetery at
Craigmont, Lewis Co., Idaho.
Information provided by great grandson, Charles Hauntz.
Picture taken by Charles Hauntz.

Sanbar, Sanbar,Joseph.

Sanbar, Joseph
Aka Sandbar, Sanbarr, Sambar
Enlisted in Co H, June 20, 1861.
Re-enlisted Dec. 29, 1863.
On duty at Brigade HW from April, 1863, to April, 1864.
On detached service with Co G, 1st Inf.
by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, VA.
On duty at Division GQ from Sept. 1864 to April, 1865.
Transferred to Co C, 4th Inf, July 1, 1865.
Mustered out at San Antonio, TX, Feb. 26, 1866.1
Buried in La Salle Cemetery
La Salle, MI.

Sayers, Frank Sayers, Frank

Sayers, Frank
Enlisted in Co D, June 20, 1861,
at Adrian, MI, for 3 years, age 21.
Discharged for disability at Warrentown, VA,
Nov. 7, 1862.
Died Oct. 9, 1881.1
Buried in Maple Grove Cemetery
Mason, Mich.

Severance, Morris P.

Severance, Morris P.
Enlisted in Co F, June 20, 1861
at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.
Wounded in action June 26, 1862.
Discharged for disability at Harrison's Landing, VA
Oct. 16, 1862. 1
Buried in plot 12, block Y, Maple Grove Cemetery
Hudson, Michigan.

Shadbolt, Frank

Shadbolt, Frank
Enlisted in Co E, Sept. 16, 1861
at Hudson, MI. Re-enlisted Jan. 20, 1864.
On detached service with Co K, 1st Inf.,
by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, VA.
Transferred to Co C, 4th Inf, July 1, 1865.
Discharged at Detroit, MI, Sept. 11, 1865.1
Buried in plot 17, block M, Maple Grove Cemetery
Hudson, Michigan.

Sheets,

Sheets, Fredreck A.
Enlisted in Co D, as Sergeant, June 20, 1861,
at Adrian, MI, for 3 years, age 42.

Wounded in action at Gettysburg, PA July 3, 1863.
Died July 25, 1863, of wounds
received in action at Gettysburg, PA,
July 3, 1863. 1
Buried in Gettysburg National Cemetery
Section 16, Row A, Grave #13.
Gettysburg, PA

Shick, Charles

Shick, Charles
Enlisted in Co B, June 20, 1861
at Adrian, for 3 years, age 21.
Discharged for disability April 19, 1862.1
Buried in Mt. Evergreen Cemetery
Jackson, Michigan.

Short,

Short,Charles (RO)
Enlisted Sept. 12, 1864, Co E
at Detroit, MI
for 3 years, age 18.

Died at Murfreesboro,Tenn., Jan.1, 1865.
Buried in Stone River National Cemetery
Murfreesboro, Tenn. Grave No. 4983.1
Picture used by permission.6

Skinner, Amos S.

Skinner, Amos S.(RO)
Buried in St. Michaels Cemetery
Cambridge Junction, Michigan.

Slater, John M.

Slater, John M.
Buried in Franklin Township Cemetery
Tipton, Michigan.

Smith, Adam

Smith, Adam (RO)
Buried in Munsell Cemetery
Gregory, Michigan.

Smith, Austin T.

Smith, Austin T.
Enlisted June 20, 1861, Co K,
for 3 years, age 21, at Adrian, MI.
Corporal
Died of disease in camp near
Falmouth, VA, March 8, 1863. 1
Austin was related to Deloss and Lewis Haviland,
by marriage.
They joined the 4th Michigan together
and wrote letters home,
sometimes sharing the same piece of paper.
-Linda Glaza-Herrington
Buried in Wright Cemetery
Iosco Twp., Livingston Co., MI.
Picture taken by Steve Bucher.

Smith, Chauncey

Smith, Chauncey (RO)
Enlisted in Co B, at Detroit, Aug. 29, 1864.
Discharged June 14, 1865.
Present residence, West Bay City, Mich.1
Buried in Oak Ridge Cemetery
Bay City, Michigan.

Smith, Edward G.

Smith, Edward G.(RO)
Buried Lambs Cemetery
Lambs, Michigan.

Smith, G W

Smith, G. W.
aka Smith, George W.
Enlisted in Co K, June 20, 1861,
for 3 years, age 18.
Discharged for disability at Washington, D.C.,
Aug. 20, 1861.1
Buried in Pleasant View Cemetery
Blissfield, Michigan.

Smith,

Smith,

Smith, Hubert D.
Aka Smith, Hubert B. 1
Enlisted June 20, 1861, Co H, at Adrian, MI
for 3 years, age 23.
Sergeant. Discharged at expiration
of term of service at Detroit, Mich.
June 13, 1864.1
Applied for a pension July 26, 1890.
Widow, Agnes A., applied for pension
Sept. 8, 1905.9
Buried in Mt. Hope Cemetery
Litchfield, MI

Smith, James

Smith, James
Enlisted in Co I, at Detroit, Nov. 3, 1862.
Wounded in action at Gettysburg, PA, July 2, 1863.
Transferred to Invalid Corps at Washington, D.C.
per General Order No. 24, Jan. 15, 1864.1
Buried Deerfield Cemetery
Deerfield, Michigan.

Smith, Jno

Smith, Jno
Aka Smith, John
Enlisted June 20, 1861
Co F, at Adrian, MI. 1
Buried in Woodland Cemetery
Monroe, MI.

Smith,

Smith, True
Smith,

Smith, True (RO)
Enlisted Sept. 4, 1864, Co I at Detroit, MI.
Died from disease in hospital at
Murfreesboro, TN, on Feb. 21, 1865.
Buried in Stone River National Cemetery
Murfreesboro, TN Grave #5342.1
The first picture was taken at Rose Hill Cemetery
East China Twp, St. Clair County, Michigan
It is a family marker,
and not the actual burial site.
Picture taken by N. Moore 4
The second picture was taken at the Stones River National Cemetery.
Picture used by permission.6

Smith, William

Smith, William (RO)
Buried in Lambs Cemetery
Lambs, Michigan.

Soles, Sylvanous Soles, Sylvanous

Soles, Sylvanous
AKA Soles, Sylvanus
Enlisted in Co B, Sept. 3, 1864,
at Hudson, age 19.
Mustered out at Houston, TX
May 26, 1866.1
Buried in Oak Grove Cemetery
Dundee, Michigan.

Spaeth, Frederick

Spaeth, Frederick
Aka Spath, Frederick
Enlisted June 20, 1861
Co A, at Adrian, MI. 1
Buried in Woodland Cemetery
Monroe, MI.

Spalding, George W. Spalding, George W.

Spalding, George W.
Buried in Woodland Cemetery
Monroe, Michigan.

Sperry,

Sperry, Arthur (RO)
Enlisted Sept. 15, 1864, Co H at Pontiac, MI.
Died from disease at
Murfreesboro, TN, on Jan.13, 1865.
Buried in Stone River National Cemetery
Murfreesboro, TN Grave #2137.1
Picture used by permission.6

Staninger, Daniel

Staninger, Daniel (RO)
Buried in Franklin Cemetery
Tipton, Michigan.

Stark, Jacob H. Stark, Jacob H.

Stark, Jacob H.
Buried in Riverside Cemetery
Clinton, Michigan.

Stewart, William S.

Stewart, William S.
Buried in McIntire Cemetery
Raisinville Twp., Michigan.

Stone, Oliver P.

Stone, Oliver P.
Enlisted in Co E, June 20, 1861,
at Adrian, for 3 years, age 18. Corporal.
Discharged at Washington, D.C. by G.O. No. 154.
War Department, Nov. 20, 1862. Deceased.1
Enlisted in Co L, 2nd US Cavalry, Nov. 28, 1862.
Discharged May 16, 1864,
at Polecat River, VA.9
Buried in Pleasant View Cemetery
Blissfield, Michigan.

Storms, Abram W.

Storms, Abram W.
Buried in Porter Cemetery
Washtenaw Co., Michigan.
(Stone broken off, wife’s stone remains.)

Stout, Amos

Stout, Amos
Buried in Mt. Evergreen Cemetery
Jackson, Michigan.

Sullinger, Asa

Sullinger, Asa
Buried in Roselawn Cemetery
Breckenridge Michigan.


T

Taylor, Henry B.

Taylor, Henry B.(RO)
Buried in Maple Grove Cemetery
Hudson, Michigan.

Tenbrook, William

Tenbrook, William
Enlisted June 20, 1861, Co B at Adrian, MI,
as musician.
Discharged for disability, Sept. 3, 1861.
Re-entered service Dec. 5, 1861.
Re-enlisted Dec. 29, 1863.
Corporal July 1, 1862.
Sergeant July, 1862.
Wounded in action May 5, 1864.
On detached service with Co B, 1st Infantry,
by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, VA.
Commissioned 1st Lt., Co A, 4th Inf.,
July 26, 1864.
Commissioned Captain, Feb. 9, 1865.1
Buried in Austin Cemetery
Austin, Missouri.
Picture taken by Sharon Wallen.4

Terpeney, William H.

Terpeney, William H.
Buried in section B-6, plot 13, Oakwood Cemetery
Adrian, Michigan.

Thompson, James H.

Thompson, James H.(RO)
Buried in Quincy Cemetery
Quincy, Michigan.

Thurlack, Charles

Thurlack, Charles
Enlisted June 20, 1861, Co A at Adrian, MI.
Killed in action at Gettysburg, PA, July 2, 1863. 1
Buried in Gettysburg National Cemetery
Section 16, Row A, Grave #15.
Gettysburg, PA

Titchner, Henry

Titchner, Henry
Buried in Dover Center Cemetery
Dover Center, Michigan.

Todd, Artemus C. Todd, Artemus C.

Todd, Artemus C.
Enlisted in Co E, Aug. 29, 1862, at Girard.
Died of disease at Falmouth, VA., Dec. 12, 1862.
Buried in Evergreen Cemetery
Girard, Michigan.

Tolford, William H. Tolford, William H.

Tolford, William H.
Buried in plot 17, block J, Maple Grove Cemetery
Hudson, Michigan.

Tomlinson, Chas Tomlinson, Chas

Tomlinson, Charles
Aka Tolmonson, Tomlenson 3
Enlisted June 20, 1861, Co G, at Adrian, MI
for 3 years, age 18.
Re-enlisted Dec. 29, 1863.
Killed in action near Richmond, VA
June 3, 1864.1
Buried in Riverside Cemetery
Clinton, Michigan.

Trip,

Trip, Edwin G.
aka Tripp, Edwin G.

Died in First Division, Fifth Corps Hospital,
Gettysburg, PA, July 5, 1863,
of wounds received in action at Gettysburg, PA,
July 2, 1863. 1
Buried in Gettysburg National Cemetery
Section 16, Row E, Grave #9.
Gettysburg, PA

Tuffs, Tuffs,

Tuffs, John
Enlisted June 20, 1861, Co K, at Adrian, MI.
Age 18.
Transferred to Battery D, 5th US Artillery,
Oct. 9 1862.
Discharged at Sharpsburg, MD,
per G.O. No.154, Oct. 25, 1862. 1
Buried in Forest Lawn Cemetery
Dexter, Michigan.

Tuffs,

Tuffs, Richard Wm.
aka Tuffs, Richard M.
Enlisted June 20, 1861, Co K at Adrian, MI.
Age 21.
Transferred to Battery D, 5th US Artillery,
Oct. 9 1862.
Discharged at Sharpsburg, MD,
per G.O. No.154, Oct. 25, 1862. 1
Buried in Forest Lawn Cemetery
Dexter, Michigan.

Tunison, Hamilton

Tunison, Hamilton (RO)
Enlisted Sept. 19, 1864
Co D, at Ash, MI.
Died of disease at Murfreesboro,TN
Nov. 30, 1864. 1
Buried in Woodland Cemetery
Monroe, MI.

Turner,

Turner, Otis (RO)
Enlisted Aug.8,1864, Co D at Adrian, MI.
Died from disease at
Murfreesboro, TN, on Feb.10,1865.
Buried in Stone River National Cemetery
Murfreesboro, TN Grave #5593.1
Picture used by permission.6


V

Van Etten, Cornelius

Van Etten, Cornelius (RO)
Buried in Fairfield Cemetery
Fairfield, Michigan.

Vanzile,

Vanzile, Riley E.
Enlisted June 20, 1861, Co K at Adrian, MI.
for 3 years, age 21.
Missing on march to Frederick, MD.,
June 27, 1863.1
Buried in Wright Cemetery
Iosco Twp., Livingston Co., MI
Picture taken by Steve Bucher.

Vanzile,

Vanzile, Wells
Enlisted June 20, 1861, Co K at Adrian, MI.
for 3 years, age 22.
Transferred to Invalid Corps,
July 16, 1863.
G.O. No.221, War Department.1
Buried in Wright Cemetery
Iosco Twp., Livingston Co., MI
Picture taken by Steve Bucher.

Viles Walter A Viles Walter A

Viles, Walter A
Enlisted in Co D, Sept. 2, 1864
at Huron, for 3 years, age 23.
Mustered out at Houston, TX
May 26, 1866.1
Walter Alexander Viles was a neighbor
to John Chamberlin.
He was also his brother-in-law.
They lived in Ash Twp., Monroe Co., MI.
Walter was in his late 20s and had
two young children at home.
He completed his enlistment with the
Reorganized 4th Michigan.
Walter died Jan. 3, 1926,and is buried
in Section 17 of the Carleton Cemetery.
When John Chamberlain was killed in 1865,
Walter escorted John's body home for burial.
Information provided by a descendant, Dale Tuckey.
Buried in Carleton Cemetery
Carleton, Michigan.

Vreeland,

Gen.Vreeland, Michael J.
Picture provided by John T. Griffith.4
Located in the Missouri State Archives Collection

Vreeland,

Gen.Vreeland, Michael J.
Enlisted June 20, 1861, Co I at Adrian, MI.
Wounded in action at Gettysburg, PA July 2, 1863.
Continued to serve.
Brevet Colonel and Brigadier General
U.S. Volunteers - March 13, 1865
for gallant and meritorious services
during the war.1
Buried in Woodmere Cemetery
Detroit, MI
Picture taken by John T. Griffith. 4

Vrooman, Alexander

Vrooman, Alexander
Note: gravestone erroneously lists Cav
Enlisted in Co A, Aug. 29, 1864,
age 25.
Mustered out at Houston, TX
May 26, 1866.1
Buried in Oak Grove Cemetery
Dundee, Michigan.


W

Wagner, Levi

Wagner, Levi
Buried in Woodland Cemetery
Monroe, Michigan.

Wallace, John B.

Wallace, John B.
Enlisted in Co I, Feb. 1, 1864, at Pittsford, MI.
On detached service with Co I, 1st Infantry,
by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, VA.
Discharged at U.S. Hospital, York, PA, May 19, 1865.1
Buried in Oak Grove Cemetery
Hillsdale, Michigan.
Born January 1845 near Bird Lake, in Jefferson Township, Hillsdale Co., MI
Died January 29, 1920, Pittsford Twp., Hillsdale Co., MI
Wounded at the Wilderness, VA.
Surgeon General’s Office:
“Ball passed through left fore arm,
injuring the bones, spiculae coming away;
also a G.G.W. right shoulder.”
Information from Thomas Ayers
Taken by Thomas Ayres
Great Grandson of John B. Wallace.

Ward, Albert F.

Ward, Albert F.(RO)
Buried in Munsell Cemetery
Gregory, Michigan.

Watson, William C.

Watson, William C.
Grafton, Buried Grafton Cemetery
Carleton, Michigan.

Webster, Andrew J.

Webster, Andrew J.
Buried in plot 18, block A, Maple Grove Cemetery
Hudson, Michigan.

Webster, David

Webster, David
Enlisted in Co D, Sept. 23, 1861, at Ann Arbor, MI.
Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, July 2, 1863.
On detached service with Co E, 1st Infantry,
by order, July 2, 1864, Petersburg, VA.1
Buried in Roselawn Cemetery
Royal Oak, Michigan.
Taken by Beth Chapman
Great Great Granddaughter of David Webster.

Weir, Archibald Weir, Archibald

Weir, Archibald
Buried in Blackmar Cemetery
Moscow, Michigan.

Weiss, Weiss,

Weiss, Valentine
Enlisted Aug. 28, 1962
Co A, at Monroe, MI. 1
Buried in St. Joseph Cemetery
Monroe, MI.

Wells,

Wells, G. H (RO)
aka Gardiner H. Wells1
Enlisted Aug. 17,1864, Co H at Adrian, MI.
Died from disease at Hospital No. 4
Murfreesboro, TN, on Feb.17,1865.
Buried in Stone River National Cemetery
Murfreesboro, TN , Grave #4826.1
Picture used by permission.6

Westfall, Benjamin

Westfall, Benjamin
Buried in plot 44, block G, Maple Grove Cemetery
Hudson, Michigan

Wilsey, Jeremiah

Wilsey, Jeremiah
Buried in Columbia Twp. Cemetery
Jackson, Michigan.

Wilson,

Wilson, Charles
Enlisted June 20, 1861, Co H at Adrian, MI.
Died at First Division, Fifth Corps Hospital,
July 4, 1863, of wounds received in action
at Gettysburg, PA, July 2, 1863. 1
Buried in Gettysburg National Cemetery
Section 16, Row E, Grave #15.
Gettysburg, PA

Wood, David H.

Wood, David H.(RO)
Buried in Quincy Cemetery
Quincy, Michigan.

Woodbury, Dwight A.

Woodbury, Dwight A.
Buried in section B-9, plot 44, Oakwood Cemetery
Adrian, Michigan.

Worden,

Worden, Freeman P.
Enlisted June 20, 1861, Co C at Adrian, MI.
Killed in action at Gettysburg, PA, July 2, 1863. 1
Buried in Gettysburg National Cemetery
Section 16, Row A, Grave #12.
Gettysburg, PA


Y

Yates, George W.

Yates, George W.
Enlisted June 20, 1861, Co A at Adrian, MI.
Mustered out at expiration of term
June 29, 1864. 1
He reenlisted in a MO Cavalry Regiment .
and eventually became a Capt. .
in the 7th Cavalry.
In 1876, he was killed at the
Battle of the Little Bighorn.
His body was exhumed from the battlefield in 1877,
and reintered in
Fort Leavenworth National Cemetery
Fort Leavenworth, KS.
Section A Site 1487 5


Yauger, Francis

Yauger, Francis
Buried in lot 224 N, North Lawn Cemetery
North Adam, Michigan

Yawger, Chester S

Yawger, Chester S
Enlisted June 20, 1861, Co H at Adrian, MI.
Taken prisoner at Gettysburg, PA
July 2, 1863.

Discharged at expiration of term
Jan.4, 1865, Detroit,MI 1
Buried in lot 254 M, North Lawn Cemetery
North Adam, Michigan

Young,

Young, Lafayette
Enlisted June 20, 1861, Co H at Adrian, MI
for 3 years,age 18. Corporal Jan. 1,1862.
Discharged for disability at Washington, D.C.,
Sept. 18, 1862, on account of wounds
received in action Sept. 8, 1862.
Re-entered service.
Enlisted in 2nd Co Sharpshooters,
27th Infantry, Feb. 15, 1864,
at Hillsdale, for 3 years.
Mustered March 3, 1864. First Sergeant.
Died Aug. 14, 1864, at Litchfield, Mich.
of wounds received in action at
Wilderness, VA, May 6, 1864.1
Buried in Mt. Hope Cemetery
Litchfield, Michigan

Younglove, Thomas

Younglove, Thomas (RO)
Buried in Memphis Cemetery
Memphis, Michigan.


Z

Zeas,

Zeas, Louis (RO)
Enlisted August 30, 1864, Co A at Monroe, MI. 1
Buried in Oak Ridge Cemetery
Bay City, Michigan

Zimmerman,

Zimmerman, Dions
Enlisted June 20, 1861, Co D at Adrian, MI.
Killed in action at Gettysburg, PA, July 2, 1863. 1
Buried in Gettysburg National Cemetery
Section 16, Row E, Grave #7.
Gettysburg, PA