William M. White1

M, #9301
     William married Nancy Eva Eads, daughter of Strawther Eads and Martha Ann Dodds, on October 24, 1867.1,2

Family

Nancy Eva Eads b. February 28, 1847

Citations

  1. [S1768] Internet Site: Eads/Simpson/Burtcher/Kegans/Ingram/Cheatham/Barker/Gunn World Connect Internet Site by Margaret May McClure).
  2. [S1809] John Carrol Power assisted by his wife Mrs. S. A Power, History of The Early Settlers of Sangamon County, Illinois, page 255.

Mary Elizabeth Eads1

F, #9302, b. December 9, 1848
Father*Strawther Eads1 b. March 3, 1825, d. September 6, 1902
Mother*Martha Ann Dodds1 b. November 22, 1826, d. October 30, 1913
     Mary Elizabeth Eads, daughter of Strawther Eads and Martha Ann Dodds, was born on December 9, 1848 in Pleasant Grove, Sangamon County, Illinois.1
Mary moved along with Strawther Eads and Martha Ann Dodds in 1866 from Iowa to Carrollton, Carroll County, Missouri.1
Mary moved along with Strawther Eads and Martha Ann Dodds in 1867 from Missouri to Illinois.1
Mary married William E. Purcell on May 6, 1869.1,2
Mary moved along with Strawther Eads and Martha Ann Dodds in 1870 from Illinoisi to Johnstown, Bates County, Missouri.1
Mary moved along with Strawther Eads and Martha Ann Dodds in 1881 from Bates County to Shell City, Vernon County, Missouri.1

Citations

  1. [S1768] Internet Site: Eads/Simpson/Burtcher/Kegans/Ingram/Cheatham/Barker/Gunn World Connect Internet Site by Margaret May McClure).
  2. [S1809] John Carrol Power assisted by his wife Mrs. S. A Power, History of The Early Settlers of Sangamon County, Illinois, page 255.

William E. Purcell1

M, #9303
     William married Mary Elizabeth Eads, daughter of Strawther Eads and Martha Ann Dodds, on May 6, 1869.1,2

Family

Mary Elizabeth Eads b. December 9, 1848

Citations

  1. [S1768] Internet Site: Eads/Simpson/Burtcher/Kegans/Ingram/Cheatham/Barker/Gunn World Connect Internet Site by Margaret May McClure).
  2. [S1809] John Carrol Power assisted by his wife Mrs. S. A Power, History of The Early Settlers of Sangamon County, Illinois, page 255.

Rebecca Jane "RJ" Eads1,2

F, #9304, b. March 6, 1851
Father*Strawther Eads1 b. March 3, 1825, d. September 6, 1902
Mother*Martha Ann Dodds1 b. November 22, 1826, d. October 30, 1913
     She was normally known as Jane.1 Rebecca Jane "RJ" Eads, daughter of Strawther Eads and Martha Ann Dodds, was born on March 6, 1851 in Pleasant Grove, Sangamon County, Illinois.1
Rebecca moved along with Strawther Eads and Martha Ann Dodds in 1866 from Iowa to Carrollton, Carroll County, Missouri.1
Rebecca moved along with Strawther Eads and Martha Ann Dodds in 1867 from Missouri to Illinois.1
Rebecca moved along with Strawther Eads and Martha Ann Dodds in 1870 from Illinoisi to Johnstown, Bates County, Missouri.1
She lived with her parents, Martha and Strawther, in 1870 at Ball Township, Sangamon County, Illinois.2
Rebecca was enumerated with her parent Strawther Eads under the name of "R J Eads" on the 1870 U. S. Census for Ball Township, Illinois. She was listed as an 18-year-old woman born in Iowa.2
Rebecca married Benjamin J. Peacock, son of Caleb Peacock and Phoebe Dill, on November 17, 1871 at Bates County, Missouri.1,3,4
Rebecca moved along with Strawther Eads and Martha Ann Dodds in 1881 from Bates County to Shell City, Vernon County, Missouri.1

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1870Ball Township, Sangamon County, IllinoisStrawther Eads2

Citations

  1. [S1768] Internet Site: Eads/Simpson/Burtcher/Kegans/Ingram/Cheatham/Barker/Gunn World Connect Internet Site by Margaret May McClure).
  2. [S4673] 1870 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Strather Eads household.
  3. [S1784] E. Joyce Christianson, Bates County Missouri Marriage Records Volume II.
  4. [S1809] John Carrol Power assisted by his wife Mrs. S. A Power, History of The Early Settlers of Sangamon County, Illinois, page 255.

Benjamin J. Peacock1

M, #9305
Father*Caleb Peacock2 b. November 3, 1813
Mother*Phoebe Dill3
     Benjamin married Rebecca Jane "RJ" Eads, daughter of Strawther Eads and Martha Ann Dodds, on November 17, 1871 at Bates County, Missouri.1,4,5

Family

Rebecca Jane "RJ" Eads b. March 6, 1851

Citations

  1. [S1768] Internet Site: Eads/Simpson/Burtcher/Kegans/Ingram/Cheatham/Barker/Gunn World Connect Internet Site by Margaret May McClure).
  2. [S1809] John Carrol Power assisted by his wife Mrs. S. A Power, History of The Early Settlers of Sangamon County, Illinois, page 275.
  3. [S1809] John Carrol Power assisted by his wife Mrs. S. A Power, History of The Early Settlers of Sangamon County, Illinois, page 562.
  4. [S1784] E. Joyce Christianson, Bates County Missouri Marriage Records Volume II.
  5. [S1809] John Carrol Power assisted by his wife Mrs. S. A Power, History of The Early Settlers of Sangamon County, Illinois, page 255.

William Alexander Eads1

M, #9306, b. September 15, 1855, d. 1946
Father*Strawther Eads1 b. March 3, 1825, d. September 6, 1902
Mother*Martha Ann Dodds1 b. November 22, 1826, d. October 30, 1913
     William Alexander Eads was also known as Wilborn Bates County Cemeteries, volume 1.2 William Alexander Eads, son of Strawther Eads and Martha Ann Dodds, was born on September 15, 1855 in Pleasant Grove, Sangamon County, Illinois.1
William moved along with Strawther Eads and Martha Ann Dodds in 1866 from Iowa to Carrollton, Carroll County, Missouri.1
William moved along with Strawther Eads and Martha Ann Dodds in 1867 from Missouri to Illinois.1
William moved along with Strawther Eads and Martha Ann Dodds in 1870 from Illinoisi to Johnstown, Bates County, Missouri.1
He lived with his parents, Martha and Strawther, in 1870 at Ball Township in Sangamon County, Illinois.3
He was enumerated with his parent Strawther Eads on the 1870 U. S. Census for Ball Township, Illinois. He was listed as a 15-year-old boy born in Iowa, he was attending school.3
He lived with his parents, Martha and Strawther, in 1880 at Deep Water Township in Bates County, Missouri.4
William married Madora A. "Dora" Cooper on February 26, 1880 at Bates County, Missouri. The marriage ceremony was performed by Reverend David Hogan.1,5
William was enumerated as the son of Strawther Eads on the 1880 U. S. Census of Deep Water Township, Missouri. He was listed as a married 24-year-old male born in Iowa, his father was born in Missouri and his mother in Illinois.4
William moved along with Strawther Eads and Martha Ann Dodds in 1881 from Bates County to Shell City, Vernon County, Missouri.1 William Alexander Eads was buried in 1946 in Radford Cemetery in Deepwater Township, Bates County, Missouri.2
William died in 1946.2

Family

Madora A. "Dora" Cooper b. 1857, d. 1934

Citations

  1. [S1768] Internet Site: Eads/Simpson/Burtcher/Kegans/Ingram/Cheatham/Barker/Gunn World Connect Internet Site by Margaret May McClure).
  2. [S1771] E. Joyce Christiansen, Bates County Missouri Cemeteries, page 583.
  3. [S4673] 1870 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Strather Eads household.
  4. [S4672] 1880 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Strawther Eads household.
  5. [S1783] E. Joyce Christianson, Bates County Missouri Marriage Records Volume II.

Madora A. "Dora" Cooper1,2

F, #9307, b. 1857, d. 1934
     Her nickname was "Dora." Madora A. "Dora" Cooper was born in 1857.3
She lived with her father-in-law, Strawther Eads, and mother-in-law, Martha Ann Dodds in 1880 at Deep Water Township in Bates County, Missouri.4
Madora married William Alexander Eads, son of Strawther Eads and Martha Ann Dodds, on February 26, 1880 at Bates County, Missouri. The marriage ceremony was performed by Reverend David Hogan.1,2
Madora was enumerated as the daughter-in-law of Strawther Eads under the name of "Madora Eads" on the 1880 U. S. Census for Deep Water Township, Missouri. She was listed as a married 22-year-old woman born in Missouri, her parents were born in Kentucky.4
Madora died in 1934 in Missouri.3 She was buried in 1934 in Radford Cemetery in Deepwater Township, Bates County, Missouri.3

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1880Deep Water Township, Bates County, MissouriStrawther Eads4

Family

William Alexander Eads b. September 15, 1855, d. 1946

Citations

  1. [S1768] Internet Site: Eads/Simpson/Burtcher/Kegans/Ingram/Cheatham/Barker/Gunn World Connect Internet Site by Margaret May McClure).
  2. [S1783] E. Joyce Christianson, Bates County Missouri Marriage Records Volume II.
  3. [S1771] E. Joyce Christiansen, Bates County Missouri Cemeteries, page 583.
  4. [S4672] 1880 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Strawther Eads household.

Finis Ewing Eads1

M, #9308, b. April 15, 1858, d. January 8, 1925
Father*Strawther Eads1 b. March 3, 1825, d. September 6, 1902
Mother*Martha Ann Dodds1 b. November 22, 1826, d. October 30, 1913
     Finis Ewing Eads, son of Strawther Eads and Martha Ann Dodds, was born on April 15, 1858 in Ball Township, Sangamon County, Illinois.1
Finis moved along with Strawther Eads and Martha Ann Dodds in 1866 from Iowa to Carrollton, Carroll County, Missouri.1
Finis moved along with Strawther Eads and Martha Ann Dodds in 1867 from Missouri to Illinois.1
He lived with his parents, Martha and Strawther, in 1870 at Ball Township in Illinois.2
Finis moved along with Strawther Eads and Martha Ann Dodds in 1870 from Illinoisi to Johnstown, Bates County, Missouri.1
He was enumerated with his parent Strawther Eads on the 1870 U. S. Census for Ball Township, Illinois. He was listed as a 12-year-old boy born in Illinois, he was attending school.2
He lived with his parents, Martha and Strawther, in 1880 at Deep Water Township in Bates County, Missouri.3
Finis was enumerated as the son of Strawther Eads on the 1880 U. S. Census of Deep Water Township, Missouri. He was listed as a single 22-year-old male born in Iowa, his father was born in Missouri and his mother in Illinois.3
Finis moved along with Strawther Eads and Martha Ann Dodds in 1881 from Bates County to Shell City, Vernon County, Missouri.1
Finis married Jennie Slayback on January 6, 1882 at Bates County, Missouri.1,4
Finis died on January 8, 1925 in Missouri at age 66.5 He was buried in Johnstown Cemetery in Johnstown, Bates County, Missouri.5

Citations

  1. [S1768] Internet Site: Eads/Simpson/Burtcher/Kegans/Ingram/Cheatham/Barker/Gunn World Connect Internet Site by Margaret May McClure).
  2. [S4673] 1870 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Strather Eads household.
  3. [S4672] 1880 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Strawther Eads household.
  4. [S1783] E. Joyce Christianson, Bates County Missouri Marriage Records Volume II.
  5. [S1771] E. Joyce Christiansen, Bates County Missouri Cemeteries, page 272.

Jennie Slayback1

F, #9309
     Jennie married Finis Ewing Eads, son of Strawther Eads and Martha Ann Dodds, on January 6, 1882 at Bates County, Missouri.1,2

Family

Finis Ewing Eads b. April 15, 1858, d. January 8, 1925

Citations

  1. [S1768] Internet Site: Eads/Simpson/Burtcher/Kegans/Ingram/Cheatham/Barker/Gunn World Connect Internet Site by Margaret May McClure).
  2. [S1783] E. Joyce Christianson, Bates County Missouri Marriage Records Volume II.

Martha Alice Eads1

F, #9310, b. December 7, 1860, d. June 18, 1916
Father*Strawther Eads1 b. March 3, 1825, d. September 6, 1902
Mother*Martha Ann Dodds1 b. November 22, 1826, d. October 30, 1913
     Martha Alice Eads, daughter of Strawther Eads and Martha Ann Dodds, was born on December 7, 1860 in Ball Township, Sangamon County, Illinois.1,2
Martha married Samuel I. Coleman.1
Martha moved along with Strawther Eads and Martha Ann Dodds in 1866 from Iowa to Carrollton, Carroll County, Missouri.1
Martha moved along with Strawther Eads and Martha Ann Dodds in 1867 from Missouri to Illinois.1
Martha moved along with Strawther Eads and Martha Ann Dodds in 1870 from Illinoisi to Johnstown, Bates County, Missouri.1
She lived with her parents, Martha and Strawther, in 1870 at Ball Township, Illinois.3
Martha was enumerated with her parent Strawther Eads on the 1870 U. S. Census for Ball Township, Illinois. She was listed as a ten-year-old girl born in Illinois; she was attending school.3
Martha moved along with Strawther Eads and Martha Ann Dodds in 1881 from Bates County to Shell City, Vernon County, Missouri.1
Martha died on June 18, 1916 in Butler, Bates County, Missouri, at age 55.4,2 Her cause of death was obstruction of bile ducts, probably malignacy in liver accompanied by Graves Disease.2 She was buried on June 19, 1916 in Johnstown Cemetery in Johnstown, Bates County, Missouri.4,2

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1870Ball Township, Sangamon County, IllinoisStrawther Eads3

Family

Samuel I. Coleman b. 1855, d. 1929

Citations

  1. [S1768] Internet Site: Eads/Simpson/Burtcher/Kegans/Ingram/Cheatham/Barker/Gunn World Connect Internet Site by Margaret May McClure).
  2. [S4722] Martha Alice Coleman Death Certificate.
  3. [S4673] 1870 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Strather Eads household.
  4. [S1771] E. Joyce Christiansen, Bates County Missouri Cemeteries, page 276.

Samuel I. Coleman1

M, #9311, b. 1855, d. 1929
     Samuel I. Coleman was born in 1855.2
Samuel married Martha Alice Eads, daughter of Strawther Eads and Martha Ann Dodds.1 Samuel I. Coleman was buried in 1929 in Johnstown Cemetery in Johnstown, Bates County, Missouri.2
Samuel died in 1929 in Missouri.2

Family

Martha Alice Eads b. December 7, 1860, d. June 18, 1916

Citations

  1. [S1768] Internet Site: Eads/Simpson/Burtcher/Kegans/Ingram/Cheatham/Barker/Gunn World Connect Internet Site by Margaret May McClure).
  2. [S1771] E. Joyce Christiansen, Bates County Missouri Cemeteries, page 276.

Amelia R. Planck1

F, #9312
     Amelia married Alexander R. Dodds, son of Joseph Dodds and Mattie Drennan, on December 24, 1860.1

Family

Alexander R. Dodds b. July 7, 1834, d. January 4, 1864

Citations

  1. [S1809] John Carrol Power assisted by his wife Mrs. S. A Power, History of The Early Settlers of Sangamon County, Illinois, page 255.

Mary Clinton1

F, #9313
Father*James Clinton1
     Mary married Gilbert Dodds, son of Francis Dodds and Margaret Watson Kirkpatrick Craig, on October 12, 1815 at Caldwell County, Kentucky.1

Family

Gilbert Dodds b. June 6, 1793

Citations

  1. [S1809] John Carrol Power assisted by his wife Mrs. S. A Power, History of The Early Settlers of Sangamon County, Illinois, page 255.

John Eads1

M, #9314, b. circa 1750, d. between 1775 and 1780
     John Eads was born circa 1750 in Virginia.1
John married Elizabeth (?) circa 1770 at Virginia.1 John Eads was buried between 1775 and 1780 in Maryland.1
John died between 1775 and 1780.1

Family

Elizabeth (?)
Child

Citations

  1. [S1768] Internet Site: Eads/Simpson/Burtcher/Kegans/Ingram/Cheatham/Barker/Gunn World Connect Internet Site by Margaret May McClure).

Elizabeth (?)1

F, #9315
     Elizabeth married John Eads circa 1770 at Virginia.1

Family

John Eads b. circa 1750, d. between 1775 and 1780
Child

Citations

  1. [S1768] Internet Site: Eads/Simpson/Burtcher/Kegans/Ingram/Cheatham/Barker/Gunn World Connect Internet Site by Margaret May McClure).

Nellie Nola Shaner1

F, #9316, b. April 1, 1913, d. October 21, 2003
Father*Steward Shaner1
Mother*Willa Warren1
ChartsOndzeg Matiegu Descendant Chart (Indented)
Joseph Behm Descendant Chart (Indented)
Nellie Shaner Behm
Harold and Nellie Nola Shaner Behm
     Nellie Nola Shaner, daughter of Steward Shaner and Willa Warren, was born on April 1, 1913 in Overton, Dawson County, Nebraska.1,2 She was christened Nellie Nola in 1929 at Tushton, York County, Nebraska.2
Nellie married Harold Norman Behm, son of Francis Behm and Elizabeth Caroline Coffey, on October 8, 1938 at Atchinson, Atchinson County, Kansas.1
Nellie Nola Shaner and Harold Norman Behm lived in 1940 4050 Pennsylvania Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri.3
Nellie is a head of householdon the 1940 U. S. Census for Ward 11, St. Louis, Missouri. She was identified as a married 25-year-old male born in Missouri. He rented a home for $27.00 per month. He had completed high school. Enumerated with her were.3 Nellie and Harold Norman Behm lived in 1997 at Mesa, Maricopa County, Arizona.4
Nellie Nola was listed in Woodrow Francis "Woody" Behm's obituary on December 7, 1997 as surviving.4
Nellie died on October 21, 2003 at age 90.2

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1940Ward 11, St. Louis, MissouriHarold Norman Behm3

Family

Harold Norman Behm b. October 21, 1914, d. May 2, 1999

Citations

  1. [S386] Alice H. Boone, Descendants of Israel Boone, page 176.
  2. [S6207] Swillis (submitter e-mail withheld) member family tree titled "Hoppe George Kern Morphis Willis" (Online: The Generations Network, Incorporated, www.ancestry.com). Last accessed on June 20, 2008.
  3. [S7926] 1940 — Sixteenth Census of the United States (Population Schedule), Missouri, Harold N. Behm household.
  4. [S4020] Woodrow F. "Woody" Behm Obituary, December 1997.

Steward Shaner1

M, #9317
     Steward married Willa Warren.1

Family

Willa Warren
Child

Citations

  1. [S386] Alice H. Boone, Descendants of Israel Boone, page 176.

Willa Warren1

F, #9318
     Willa married Steward Shaner.1

Family

Steward Shaner
Child

Citations

  1. [S386] Alice H. Boone, Descendants of Israel Boone, page 176.

Harry Elmer Tessereau1

M, #9319
     Harry married Neva Mildred Pipkin.1

Citations

  1. [S1791] Internet Site: Mackley Web Site).

Neva Mildred Pipkin1

F, #9320
     Neva married Harry Elmer Tessereau.1

Citations

  1. [S1791] Internet Site: Mackley Web Site).

Barbara Ann Tessereau1

F, #9321
Father*Harry Elmer Tessereau1
Mother*Neva Mildred Pipkin1
     Barbara married H. Dan Black.1

Family

H. Dan Black

Citations

  1. [S1791] Internet Site: Mackley Web Site).

Carl Wayne Tessereau1

M, #9322
Father*Harry Elmer Tessereau1
Mother*Neva Mildred Pipkin1
     Carl married Jeannie Reggan.1

Citations

  1. [S1791] Internet Site: Mackley Web Site).

Joyce Lee Tessereau1

F, #9323
Father*Harry Elmer Tessereau1
Mother*Neva Mildred Pipkin1
     Joyce married Glenn Busse.1

Family

Glenn Busse

Citations

  1. [S1791] Internet Site: Mackley Web Site).

Michael Glenn Tessereau1

M, #9324
Father*Harry Elmer Tessereau1
Mother*Neva Mildred Pipkin1
     Michael married Sue Ann Regna.1
Michael married Robin Burnes.1

Family 1

Sue Ann Regna

Family 2

Robin Burnes

Citations

  1. [S1791] Internet Site: Mackley Web Site).

H. Dan Black1

M, #9325

Citations

  1. [S1791] Internet Site: Mackley Web Site).

Jeannie Reggan1

F, #9326
     Jeannie married Carl Wayne Tessereau, son of Harry Elmer Tessereau and Neva Mildred Pipkin.1

Citations

  1. [S1791] Internet Site: Mackley Web Site).

Glenn Busse1

M, #9327
     Glenn married Joyce Lee Tessereau, daughter of Harry Elmer Tessereau and Neva Mildred Pipkin.1

Citations

  1. [S1791] Internet Site: Mackley Web Site).

Sue Ann Regna1

F, #9328

Citations

  1. [S1791] Internet Site: Mackley Web Site).

Robin Burnes1

F, #9329

Citations

  1. [S1791] Internet Site: Mackley Web Site).

11th Regiment Missouri Infantry United States1

?, #9330
      Organized at St. Louis, Mo., August, 1861. Moved to Cape Girardeau, Mo., August 16, 1861. Attached to Military District of Cairo, Ill., Dept. of Missouri, to February, 1862. 2nd Brigade, 1st Division, Army of Mississippi, to March, 1862. 2nd Brigade, 5th Division, Army of Mississippi, to April, 1862. 1st Brigade, 3rd Division, Army of Mississippi, to April, 1862. 2nd Brigade, 2nd Division, Army of Mississippi, to November, 1862. 2nd Brigade, 8th Division, Left Wing 13th Army Corps (Old), Dept. of the Tennessee, to December, 1862. 2nd Brigade, 8th Division, 16th Army Corps, to April, 1863. 2nd Brigade, 3rd Division, 15th Army Corps, Army of the Tennessee, to December, 1863. 2nd Brigade, 1st Division, 16th Army Corps, to December, 1864. 2nd Brigade, 1st Division (Detachment), Army of the Tennessee, Dept. of the Cumberland, to February, 1865. 2nd Brigade, 1st Division, 16th Army Corps (New), Military DivisIon West Mississippi, to August, 1865. District of Alabama to December, 1865.2
Service: Duty at Cape Girardeau, Mo., till February, 1862. Expedition to Perryvllle August 27-September 2, 1861. Dallas September 2. Expedition against Thompson's Forces and operations about Ironton and Fredericktown October 12-25. Action at Frederlcktown October 21. Expedition beyond Whitewater River November 30-December 5. Moved from Cape Girardeau to Commerce, Mo., February 26, 1862. Operations against New Madrid, Mo., February 28-March 14, and against Island No.10, Mississippi River. March 15-April 8. Pleasant Point March 7. At New Madrid, Mo., till April 13. Expedition to Fort Pillow, Tenn., April 13-17. Moved to Hamburg Landing April 18-22. Advance on and siege of Corinth, Miss., April 29-May 30. Action at Farmington, Miss., May 9. Near Corinth May 24. Pursuit to Booneville May 31-June 12. At Clear Creek, near Corinth, till August 18. Expedition to Rienzi June 30July 1. March to Tuscumbia, Ala., August 18-23. March to Luka, Miss., September 2-5, and to Clear Creek September 12-13. Reconnoissance to Luka and skirmish September 14-16. March to Jacinto September 18. Battie of luka September 19. Pursuit of Price September 20-25. At Rienzi till September 30. March to Corinth September 30-October 3. Battle of Corinth October 3-4. Pursuit to Ripley October 5-12. At Corinth till November 2. March to Grand Junction November 2-4. Grant's Central Mississippi Campaign November 4, 1862, to January 10, 1863. Moved from Corinth to Germantown, Tenn., January 20-21, 1863. To Memphis, Tenn., February 10; thence to Helena, Ark., and Young's Point, La., and Ducksport, La., February 13-20, and duty there till May, 1863. Moved to join army in rear of Vicksburg, Miss., via Richmond and Grand Gulf May 2-14. Mississippi Springs May 12. Jackson May 14. Siege of Vicksburg May 18-July 4. Assaults on Vicksburg May 19 and 22. Expedition to Mechanicsburg and Satartia June 2-8. Mechanlcsburg June 4. Satartla June 7. Moved to Young's Point, La., June. ExpeditIon to Richmond, La., June 14-16. Action at Richmond June 15. Moved to Big Black River Bridge July 5. Outpost duty there till October. McPherson's Expedition to Canton October 14-20. Bogue Chitto Creek October 17. Moved to Memphis, thence to LaGrange, Tenn., November 8-13. Scout after Forest December 1-3. Expedition after Forest December 21-24. At LaGrange till January 26, 1864. Moved to Memphis, Tena., thence to Vlcksburg, Miss., February 2-5. Camp at Big Black till February 27. March to Canton February 27-29, thence to Vicksburg March 1-4. Veterans moved to St. Louis March 10-16. Moved to Memphis, Tenn., May 2-5. Expedition to Madison, St. Francis County, Ark., June 3-7. Guard working party Memphis to LaGrange June 16-27. Smith's Expedition to Tupelo, Miss., July 5-21. Pontotoc July 11. Camargo's Cross Roads, near Harrisburg, July 13. Tupelo July 14-15. Old Town Creek July 15. Expedition to Oxford, Miss., August 1-30. Near Abbeville August 12. Hurricane Creek, College Hill, August 21. Abbeville August 23. Moved from Memphis to Duvall's Bluff, Ark., September 2-8. Moved to Brownsville September 10-11. March through Arkansas and Missouri in pursuit of Price September 17November 13. Moved to Nashville, Tenn., November 24-December 1. Battle of Nashville December 15-16. Pursuit of Hood to the Tennessee River December 17-28. At Clifton, Tena., and Eastport, Miss., till February 7, 1865. Moved to New Orleans, La., February 7-22; thence to Dauphin Island, Ala., March 5. Campaign against Mobile and its Defences March 19-April 12. Siege of Spanish Fort and Fort Blakely March 26-April 8. Assault and capture of Fort Blakely April 9. Occupation of Mobile April 12. March to Montgomery April 13-25, thence to Selma May 10-14, and to Demopoha May 18-19. Duty there till July 15. Duty by Detachments at Tuscaloosa, Marion, Greensboro and Uniontown till October. At Demopolis till December 24. Moved to Memphis, Tean., December 24-25. Mustered out January 15, 1866.

Regiment lost during service 6 Officers and 98 Enlisted men killed and mortally wounded and 2 Officers and 179 Enlisted men by disease. Total 285.2

Citations

  1. [S1797] Frederick H. Dyer, A Compendium of the War of the Rebellion, Volume III, page 1310.
  2. [S1793] Internet Site: Missouri Volunteer Forces In The Civil War with Federal Service (Union): 11th Regiment Mo Infantry May 27, 2001).