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107th Illinois Infantry (USA), US Civil War - Co.H

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  • Pete Maxey, Jr. (1829 - 1882)
    Named after his Uncle, but was commonly called "Jr." (not III) An American Cross section: p 313 Johnnie Merritt said "East of the Lewis place was the Maxey cabin. It was a two-storied, square-hew...
  • Samuel "Sam" FitzPatrick, III (aft.1839 - 1880)
    Samuel was born in Franklin, Pendleton Co, Virginia, before it became West Virginia. He died in Kansas, Edgar Co, Illinois. On 17 Aug 1862, Samuel Fitzpatrick enlisted as a private in the Union Army ...
  • John "Jack" Nelson Terril (deceased)
    He was a cook in the Army during the Civil War
  • Peter Mosbarger (1841 - 1910)
  • Thomas J. Mitchell, Dr. (1823 - 1905)

The 107th Illinois Volunteer Infantry Regiment was raised as part of the call for 300,000 volunteers in the summer and fall of 1862. It was organized on September 4, 1862, at Camp Butler near Springfield, Illinois, and was composed of men from DeWitt, Piatt, and Williamson Counties in central and southern Illinois. Wikipedia