1890 Federal Census for

Sawyer Co. WI

(Special Schedule - Surviving Soldiers, Sailors and Marines, and Widows, etc.)

 


 
This is the Eleventh Census of the United States.  Most of this census was destroyed by water damage when the original papers were under the threat of fire at the National Archives in 1921.  Only a select few actual census records survived, along with the Special Schedule records, such as this one.  This record is part of Supervisor's District #5 and is Enumeration District #248.  The information is from Roll #M123-116, pages 639 through 642.  Some of the handwriting was very difficult to read and may be cause for mistakes.  Where there were no entries of information, an (n/l) notation was added, meaning "nothing listed". 
 
'Persons who served in the Army, Navy, and Marine Corps of the United States during the war of the rebellion [who are survivors], and widows of such persons in Hayward, County of Sawyer, State of Wisconsin, enumerated in June, 1890.  -- John W. Jones, Enumerator'

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NAME OF SURVIVING SOLDIERS, SAILORS, MARINES, WIDOWS RANK CO. REG'T ENLIST DATE DISCHARGE DATE LENGTH OF SERVICE POST OFFICE ADDRESS DISABILITY INCURRED REMARKS
84 - 84  MISHLER Louis Private  7th Wis Inf  18 Jul 1861  02 Jul 1865  4y  Hayward Wounded in mouth at Bull Run, in leg in the Wilderness (n/l)
39 - 40  SHUE Harry B Private  186th Penn Inf  Feb 1863  Aug 1865  2y 6m  Hayward (n/l)  (n/l) 
59 - 60  JONES John W Private  4th Wis Cav  12 Jan 1864  28 Apr 1866  2y 3m 16d  Hayward Rhumatism & heart disease  contracted in the Army 
17 - 18  BEAL Henry  Private  6th Mass Inf  22 Apr 1861  21 Aug 1861  4m  Hayward  (n/l)  (n/l) 
7 - 8  MINOR D I  Cap 23rd US Col Inf  30 Dec 1864  30 Nov 1865  11m  Hayward  Rhumatism & Kidney disease  contracted in the Army 
181 - 207  RAMSDELL DeWitt Private & Private  I & B  65th O Inf & 15th Iowa Inf  06 Jun 1864 & 25 Oct 1864  15 Apr 1864 & 24 Jul 1865  3m 9d &(n/l)  Hayward  (n/l)  (n/l) 
199 - 228  ROGERS Clayton O  Captain  50th Wis Inf  (n/l)  (n/l)  (n/l)  Hayward  (n/l) (n/l) 
168 - 167  CHRISTIANSON Christ  Private & Private  I & F  6th Wis Inf & 6th WisInf  16 Jul 1861  15 Jul 1864  3y  Hayward  Wounded in head &neck very painful at times  (n/l) 
132 - 144  BROWN S K  Corp  8th Me Inf  17 Sep 1861  07 Sep 1864  3y  Hayward  Crippledin right hand from wound in Army  Prisioner in Libby Prison 
203 - 232  ADAMS James Private  13th NY Inf  14 May 1861  18 Sep 1861  (n/l)  Hayward Deafness caused while in Army - Injury of back & left ? hurt at BR  (n/l) 
100 - 104  BUEL William D  Private  48th Wis Inf  01 Mar 1865  30 Dec 1865  10m  Hayward Inflam.Rheumatism contracted in Army 1865  (n/l) 
127 - 138  ALLEN B H  Private  142nd NY Vol  27 Aug 1862  01 Jan 1865  2y 4m 4d  Hayward Wounded in left arm Battle of Fair Oaks Virginia  (n/l) 
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LENGTH OF SERVICE POST OFFICE ADDRESS DISABILITY INCURRED REMARKS
6 - 7  WRIGHT George (Navy) (n/l)  (n/l)  (n/l)  (n/l)  (n/l)  (n/l)  Hayward  (n/l)  (n/l) 
71 - 74  COE B T  Private  6th Mich Cav  28 Jul 1862  22 Apr 1864  (n/l)  Hayward  Rhumatism  Served in (unreadable) Dis Jun 1864.  Transferred to US Navy 22 Apr 1864 
71 - 74  CLEVELAND Jerry Private    4th Mi Batt Art  09 Aug 1861  17 Sep 1865  (n/l) Hayward  wounded left shoulder & deaf in left ear  incurred in Army 
208 - 237  HOLBERT E H (n/l)  (n/l)  (n/l)  (n/l)  (n/l)  (n/l)  Hayward  (n/l)  (n/l)
16 - 17  THOMPSON T? J Private  4th Minn Inf  01 Mar 1865  19 Jul 1865  (n/l)  Hayward (n/l)  Ex. of term of Service
16 - 16  STONE? Fernando D  Private  1st W Inf  Apr 1861  Aug 1861  (n/l)  Hayward  Chronic Diarrhea incurred while in Army in 1862  Also have never recoveredfrom effects of (unreadable) contracted in Army.  have been affected with Rhumatism contracted in Army and am so affected at present time. 
16 - 16  STONE? Fernando D  Lt  1st W Inf  Sep 1861  Jul 1863  (n/l)  Hayward  (same as above) (same as above) 
35 - 36  STARKEY James R  Private  1st M R  Dec 1862  Dec 1863  (n/l)  Hayward  Kidney complaint and Vericocelle incured while in Army in 1863 (n/l) 
35 - 36  STARKEY James R  Sgt  Hato?es Bat Cav  16 Aug 1864  01 May 1866  (n/l)  Hayward (same as above)  (same as above) 
38 - 39  VANNETT James Private  5th W I  Feb 1864  Aug 1865  (n/l)  Hayward  (n/l)  (n/l)
38 - 39  CAMPBELL Daniel W  Private  5th NW Cav  21 Jul 1861  15 Aug 1865  (n/l)  Hayward wound in left hip Antietam.  Wounded in shoulder at Petersburg  (n/l) 
126 - 129  AYERS Albert Private  25th Wis I  23 Apr 1861  1865  (n/l)  Hayward  Rheumatism incurred while in Army  (n/l) 
139 - 142  MOORE William C  (n/l)  (n/l)  (n/l)  (n/l)  (n/l)  (n/l)  Hayward  (n/l)  (n/l)
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43 - 44  MORGAN John W Private & Private  C & F  (unreadable) & 21st Wis I  11 Sep 1862 & 01 Feb 1863  31 Jan 1863 & Feb 1865  (n/l)  Bruce, Chippewa Co wound in left knee & Rheumatism since '65 incurred while in service
68 - 69  PENDELLON James (unreadable) Mate  Essex  1861  1864  (n/l)  Cameron, Barron Co wounded in right shoulder incurred in Army  At times very painful
73 - 74  THORINGTON William Private & Private  A & B  31st Mass I & 25th Ohio  1861 & Mar 1864  1865 & 1866  (n/l)  (n/l)  (n/l)  (n/l) 
75 - 76  RAYNOR Alfred Private  16th Minn I  25 Aug 1864  5 Jun 1865  (n/l)  Wallace Rheumatism incurred in Army  (n/l)
81 - 82  BISHOP James Corp  22nd Minn I  Aug 1862  Aug 1863?  (n/l)  Hayward  Deafness, loss of sight and Rheumatism wounded in (unreadable) at Fort Hudson June14, 1863.  In curred in Army
88 - 90  MILLER George A  Private  157th NY I  Aug 1862  Jun? 1865  (n/l)  Hayward  Rheumatism and Kidney disease incurred while in Army (unreadable)  Prisonerin Lilly Belle 
Isl '63 
89 - 91  INGRAM Samuel D  Private  10th Mich Cav  1863  1865  (n/l)  Hayward  Rheumatismand Piles  Incurred in Army '64 
89 - 91  HURLBERT George  Private  49th Wis I  02 Feb 1865  07 Sep 1865  (n/l)  Hayward  Discharged on Disability  on Surgeons certificate 
22 - 24  DRAKE Frederick Private  160th NY Cav  Feb 1865  03 Jul 1865  (n/l)  Hayward (n/l)  (n/l) 
96 - 98  WICKWIRE? David Private  11th Conn I  1861  Jan 1866  (n/l)  Chippewa Falls Wis Deafness incurred '63 (n/l)
97 - 99  GARDINER Jeremiah Private  2nd Wis Cav  Nov 1861  15 Dec 1865  (n/l)  Hayward Dyspepsia '63  In Andersonville Prison 22 months 
97 - 99  CASSIDY Michael Private  91st NY I  1865  1865  (n/l)  Hayward  (n/l)  (n/l)
112 - 115  PERRY William Private  (n/l)  (n/l)  (n/l)  (n/l)  (n/l)  Hayward  (n/l)  (n/l)
136 - 139  PORTER Lorenzo D  Private  152nd NY Inf  1862  1865  (n/l)  Hayward  Rheumatism and Asthma  (n/l) 
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159 - 169  NICHOLS Roscoe N  Private  171st Penn Drafted Mil  21 Oct 1862  07 Aug 1863  (n/l)  Hayward  (n/l)  (n/l) 
167 - 190  McCORMIC GeorgeW  Private & Corp  B? & B  Kans Bat L A & 8th NY H Art  07 Jul 1862 & 23 Sep 1864  Jun 1865 & 04 Jun 1865  (n/l)  Hayward wounded in left ankle  at Holly Springs 
0 - 0  SMITH Frank  Private 72nd NY Inf  (n/l)  (n/l)  (n/l)  Hayward  Heart Dis & woundin Head  Bat. Wilderness - incurred in '62 
199 - 220  FLAG Benj F. (n/l)  (n/l)  (n/l)  (n/l)  (n/l)  (n/l)  Hayward  (n/l)  (n/l)
41 - 42  COLE J H  (n/l) (n/l)  (n/l)  (n/l)  (n/l)  (n/l)  Hayward  (n/l)  (n/l) 
82 - 85  SOWERS JamesW  (n/l)  (n/l)  (n/l)  (n/l)  (n/l)  (n/l)  Hayward  (n/l)  (n/l)
36 - 37  HOBERT Orson B  Private  7th Wis Inf  Dec 1863  09 May 1864  (n/l)  Hayward (n/l)  (n/l) 
36 - 37  SUTHERFORD Mary A - widow of John H Davis  Private  1st Wis Inf  28 Dec 1863 (n/l)  (n/l)  Hayward  Rheumatism  Contracted in Army 1864 
181 - 207  LARABEE Sylvester Private  2nd Minn H Art  14 Dec 1862  03 Sep 1865  (n/l)  Hayward (n/l)  (n/l) 
85 - 88  MARQUETTE W H Private  14th NY H Art  19 Aug 1862  12 Jun 1865  2y 10m  Hayward (n/l)  (n/l) 
NOTE - The provision of the act of March 1, 1889, under which this special enumeration of survivors of the war of the rebellion is made, reads as follows:
That said Superintendent shall, under the authority of the Secretary of the Interior, cause to be taken on a special schedule of inquiry, according to such form as he may prescribe, the names, organizations, and length of service of those who had served in the Army, Navy, or Marine Corps of the United States in the war of the rebellion, and who are survivors at the time of said inquiry, and the widows of soldiers, sailors or marines.
The entries concerning each survivor or widow should be carefully and accurately made, so that the printed reports may contain only thoroughly trustworthy information.

Spaces are provided on this special schedule of fifty names or, more properly, terms of service.  The spaces are numbered consecutively from 1 to 50, and cover the four pages comprised in each schedule.  The inquiries made concerning each survivor or widow call for the repetition of the number of the house and family as returned on the general population schedule (No. 1), the name, rank, company, regiment or vessel, date of enlistment, date of discharge, and length of service (in years, months, and days) on the upper half of each page, and the post office address, disability incurred, and general remarks on the lower half of each page.  The column headed "Remarks" is inteded to be used to cover any points not included in the foregoing inquiries, and which are necessary to a complete statement of a person's term of service in any one organization.

In the case of persons having served in more than one organization, use as many spaces as may be necessary to cover their various terms of service.  In the case of widows of deceased solders, sailors or marines, make the entry of her name on the dotted line, as follows:  "Mary J., widow of Brown, James H" filling out the record of his service during the war, and giving under "Post Office address" the present address of his widow.
 

 
 

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