I, Detailed Roster
Abijah A., Saranac. Entered service Aug. 11, 1862, as Sergeant
Company I, 21st Inf. Second Lt., Jan. 15, 1863. First Lt., Jan
15, 1863. Captain, Sept. 24, 1863. Transferred to 1st U. S. Vet.
Vol. Eng., Aug 26, 1864. No further record.
Baxter, Milo. [Photo] 1862-1865. Soldier in the 21st
Michigan Infantry, Company I . From Cascade MI.
Carmichael, Neil. [Photo] 1865. Soldier Company I,
21st Michigan Infantry, transferred to Company B 14th Michigan Infantry.
John A., Saranac. Captain, 21st Inf., July 30, 1862. Resigned Nov.
20, 1862, and honorably discharged.
David H., Saranac. Entered service Aug. 5, 1862 as Sergeant, Company
I, 21st Inf. Second Lt., Sept 1, 1864. Mustered out June 8, 1865,
and honorably discharged.
Herman, Hastings. First Lt. 21st Inf., July 30, 1862. Died of disease
Dec. 16, 1862.
Johnson, Horace. [Photo] 1862-1865. Cascade. Company
I, 21st Michigan Infantry Aug. 12 1862 at Cascade for 3 years age
31. Mustered Sept. 4 1862. Taken prisoner at Stone River Tenn. Dec.
31 1862. Discharged at Washington D.C. June 28 1865.
King, George D. [Photo]
1862-1863. Boston. Enlisted in Company I, 21st Michigan Infantry
Aug. 11 1862 at Campbell for 3 years age 32. Mustered Sept. 4 1862.
Discharged at Louisville Ky. May 13 1863 on account of wounds received
in action at Stone River Tenn. Dec. 31 1862.
Allen B., Ionia. Entered service July 30, 1861, as Sergeant, Company
B, 16th Inf. First Lt. 21st Inf., Dec. 16, 1862. Adjutant., Feb.
3, 1863. Wounded in action at Mission Ridge, Tenn. Nov. 25, 1863,
while on staff duty as Acting Ass't Adjutant. Gen., losing left
arm. Resigned Sept. 1, 1864, and honorably discharged.
William H. also spelled Slayer enlisted in Company I, 21st Michigan
Infantry March 2, 1865 at Grand Rapids, Mi for 1 year of service
at age 17. He reached the regiment at Goldsboro, Nc on April 9,
1865. For some unspecified reason he was sent home and admitted
to Harper Hospital in Detroit, Michigan on July 17, 1865 and discharged
from the service 11 days later on July 29, 1865. He is buried in
Green cemetery at Ionia, Michigan.
Foster. enlisted as Private in Company I, 21st Michigan at Ionia.
Was wounded on March 19, 1865 in the first skirmish of the Battle
of Bentonville. He died on March 31, 1865 at the federal hospital
in Goldsboro, NC. He is buried at the Rahleigh National Cemetery. Essay
written by Mr. Stephen C. Sisson.
Mr. Sisson an ancestor of Private Sisson.
James H., Saranac. Second Lt., 21st Inf., July 30, 1862. Captain,
Dec. 18, 1862. Resigned Aug. 24, 1863, and honorably discharged.
George, Saranac. Entered service Aug 5, 1862. Sergeant Company
I, 21st Inf., -----. Second Lt., Dec. 16, 1862. First Lt. Feb.,
3, 1863. Captain, Aug 24, 1863. Mustered out June 8, 1865, and
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