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Living Union Civil War Widows and Children, 2011

Living Union Civil War Widows and Children, 2011

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 NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS
SONS OF UNION VETERANSOF THE CIVIL WAR
 
INCORPORATED BY ACT OF CONGRESS
Living Union Civil War Widows and Children, 2011
(
Updated July 25, 2011 ) 
 
Listed below is a list of known widows and children of Union Civil War Veterans.Certificates were issued to those who did not already have one and offered membershipinto one of the Allied Orders if the individual was not a member. Home addresses arepurposefully not shown. Should you wish to contact any of the listed individuals or if youhave any questions regarding this and future lists, contact:Dean E. Letzring, ChairNational Committee on Real Sons and Daughters709 Olde Oaks Drive.Dickinson, TX 77539-3335 _____________________________________________________________________ 
Acronyms used in listing
:Art. = ArtilleryASUVCW = Auxiliary to Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil WarCav. = CavalryDOLLUS = Dames of the Loyal Legion of the United StatesDUVCW = Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil WarGAR = Grand Army of the RepublicInf. = InfantryLArt. = Light ArtilleryHArt. = Heavy ArtilleryLGAR = Ladies of the Grand Army of the RepublicMOLLUS = Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United StatesSUVCW = Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil WarUSCT = United States Colored TroopsVol. = Volunteers
WRC = Woman’s Relief Corps
 
Children of Union Civil War VeteransHarold Becker,
MI. Father, Conrad Becker - 128th Indiana Volunteer Infantry, Co. H.,Past Commander, Lyons GAR Post in Chicago. Camp #1 (Dept of MI) SUVCWMember.
Charlie Brock,
KY. Father, Amon Brock, Co. E, 49th KY Vols.
Carmen R. Brumley
, SD. Father, Nathanial Whitman, 9th PA. Cav.
Arlene Chambers
, CA. Father, Dr. Arthur Montgomery Pelton, Medical Cadet, USAand 1866 graduate of University of Michigan Medical School.
 
David Chase,
Cowichan, British Columbia, Canada. Father, Albert Stillman Chase, 6thRegiment Minnesota Infantry. David is a member of the Governor Isaac Stevens Camp-at-Large #1, Olympia, WA. SUVCW
.
Olive Cook
, Tacoma, WA. Father, James H. Ellison, CO. I, 47th IA. DUVCW Member.
Charles A. Cox,
Born 29 November 1915 in Pawnee, Oklahoma. His father wasJoseph H. Cox, Co. F. 127th Illinois Volunteer Infantry. He participated in the Atlantacampaign storming Missionary Ridge. Was later captured and sent to Andersonvilleprison but escaped en route. Real Son Charles is currently a SUVCW member of IndianNation Camp Three in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
 Molly Jones Denham
, KY. Father, John L. Jones, Co. F, 47th KY Vols
Col. John W. Dinsmoor
, USAF (ret), CO. Father, Samuel Perry Dinsmoor, Co. B,116th OH Vols. Built the famous Garden of Eden in Luca, KS. SUVCW Member.
Edna Mae Fowler,
MO. Father, John Fowler, 130th IL Inf, Co E and later Co A. Alsogranddaughter of Samuel Ruben Wiltshire, 24th IN Inf, Co. G.
John McKinley Hicks
, TN. Father, Thomas Benton Hicks, Co. A, 72nd IN Vols.SUVCW Member.
Margaret Huddlestone
, WI. Father-in-law, James Huddelston, Co. G, 5th MN Inf. and1st and 7th MO Cav.
Cora Jackson
, DC. Father, Alonzo Johnson, Co. F, 45th USCT.
John Johnson,
IL. Father, John L. Johnson, 3rd NY Cav.
Juanita Tudor Lowrey,
MO. Father, Hugh Tudor, Pvt. Co. F, 25th Regiment, IowaVolunteer Infantry. Hugh was born in Louisa County, Iowa on September 23, 1847. Heenlisted in the Union army at the age of 16 and served from February 26, 1864 until hisdischarge on August 3, 1865. Hugh was 78 years old when Juanita was born.
Montiel Helen (Roode) McAuley, Chicopee, MA,
Father, Stephen Washington Roode,Enlisted as a Private on June 10, 1862. On July 9, 1862 he was in Co. K, 9th RegimentVermont Infantry. Following discharge from this unit he enlisted in the 17th InfantryRegiment of the Regular Army on January 15, 1863 and discharged from this regimenton June 10, 1865.
Jesse Montag, WI,
Father, James D. Terry, Pvt. Co. B. 7th Regiment, New York Arty.He served from January 1, 1864 until August 1, 1865
.
Josie Mosley
, OK. Father, John E. Mosely, Co. I, 3rd WI Cav. DUVCW Member.
John W. Oliver, Jr.
TN, Father, for the elder John W. Oliver, Sr. ,4th TennesseeVolunteer Infantry (Union), ,
Private, Co. F,
He mustered into the army in March, 1863at the age of 18.
 
Doris Overson
, MN. Father LaFayette Lyman Wheelock, Co. I, 4th WI Vols. DUVCWMember.
 
 
Ada J. Painter Pareis,
Susquehanna, PA. Father, Amsai Painter, Cpl. Co. E., 61stRegiment Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry.The 61st was engaged in many battlesduring the war including Gettysburg. Amsai was discharged during the summer of 1865,moved to western Pennsylvania, married and fathered 11 children whom Ada was theyoungest.
Dellie E. Perdew Dowell,
New Castle, IN, Her father was George Washington Perdew,Priv. Co H. 1st Regiment, Kentucky Cavalry. He served throughout the war. 
Rachel A. Perine
, WV. Father, Harvey Smith, Co. C. 142nd Ohio Vols. PastDepartment President, LGAR
Garland R. Pool
, MO. Father, Charles Parker Pool, Co. D, 6th West VA InfSUVCW Colonel John Bryner # 67 of Peoria, Illinois
Ernest J. Pool
, MO. Father, Charles Parker Pool, Co. D, 6th West VA InfSUVCW Colonel John Bryner # 67 of Peoria, Illinois
William Pool
, MO. Father, Charles Parker Pool, Co. D, 6th West VA Inf
SUVCW Colonel John Bryner # 67 of Peoria, Illinois
Walter Roode, Portola, CA,
Father, Stephen Washington Roode, Enlisted as a Privateon June 10, 1862. On July 9, 1862 he was in Co. K, 9th Regiment Vermont Infantry.Following discharge from this unit he enlisted in the 17th Infantry Regiment of theRegular Army. on January 15, 1863 and discharged from this regiment of June 10,1865. Walter is a member of the General Wm. Passmore Carlin Camp, SUVCW inReno, NV.
 
Rosella Scieszinski
, IA. Father, John Brandson, Co. A, 6th WI Vols.
“Iron Brigade”
 
Cora Mulnix Smith NY,
Father, Avery T. Mulnix, Private, Co. E, 80th New YorkVolunteer Infantry. Service from 28 March 1865 until 29 January 1866. Cora is amember of the DUVCW, Tent #02, Department of New York.
Emily Jane Stevens
, Omaha, NB. Father, Samuel Perry Dinsmoor, Co. B, 116th OHVols. Father built the Garden of Eden in Lucas, KS.
HuDean Tudor Stewart,
TX. Father, Hugh Tudor, Pvt. Co. F, 25th Regiment, IowaVolunteer Infantry. Hugh was born in Louisa County, Iowa on September 23, 1847. Heenlisted in the Union army at the age of 16 and served from February 26, 1864 until hisdischarge on August 3, 1865.
Irene Triplett, NC.
Father, Moses Triplett, Co. B, 3rd North Carolina MountedInfantry (Union). Served from October 20,1864 until August 8,1865.
Fred Upham
, CO. Father, William Upham, Sr., Co. F, 2nd WI. USMA Class of 1866SUVCW Colonel John Bryner # 67 of Peoria, Illinois
Lois Waite
, CO. Father, Salem H. Town, Co. C, 75th IL Vols.

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