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DAHL, A. O.

From Faaberg, Norway. Civil War: Private. Post war: Lived in Moody County, South Dakota. Died in 1898. Sources: (Ulvestad p275)

DAHL, Anders

From Roros, Norway. Civil War: Private. Post war: Died in Blue Earth County, Minnesota. (before 1907) Sources: (Ulvestad p275)

DAHL, Anders

NY 1st Inf Co K. Residence: Brooklyn, Kings County, New York. Born in Hamar, Norway. Civil War: Private. Post war: He became a jeweler in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Sources: (Rygg p46)

DAHL, Andrew

See OLSEN, Andrew

DAHL, Andrew A.

WI 15th Inf Co D. Residence: Lewistown, Columbia County, Wisconsin. Civil War: Age 25. Married. Enlisted for three years on 2 Dec 1861 at Portage City, Wisconsin; and mustered at Madison, Wisconsin, 8 Dec 1861. Appointed Corporal 1 Jan 1862, and promoted to Sergeant 1 Dec 1862. Served with provisional transport from Stevenson on 13 Oct 1863. Sick in Chattanooga, Tennessee, 28 Nov 1863. Mustered out with Company on 13 Feb 1865 at Chattanooga. Sources: (WHS Series 1200 boxes 76-6, 78-3; red book vol 20 p 56) (Buslett p440) (Ager p300)

DAHL, Andrew Olsen

Residence: Seattle, Washington. From Faaberg, Lillehammer. Civil War: Sergeant. Sources: (Ulvestad p259)

DAHL, Andrew Olsen

See OLSEN, Andrew

DAHL, Anthony P. R.

WI 36th Inf Co K. Residence: Wheaton, Chippewa County, Wisconsin. Born in Norway. Civil War: Farmer. Unmarried. Age 19. Blue eyes, dark hair, light complexion, 5’11”. Enlisted for three years on 29 Feb 1864 at Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin. Mustered 23 Mar 1864 at Camp Randall, Madison, Wisconsin. Private. Promoted to Corporal on 1 Feb 1865. Sources: (WHS Series 1200 box 162-12; red book vol 41)

DAHL, C. O.

Civil War: Private. Post war: Lived in Chicago, Illinois. Sources: (Ulvestad p275)

DAHL, Charles A.

See DALE, Charles A

DAHL, Christian O.

See DAHLE, Christian O

DAHL, Ed

From Romsdalen, Norway. Spanish-American War: Private. Post war: Lived in Nebraska. Sources: (Ulvestad p275)

DAHL, G. A.

From Hadeland, Norway. Civil War: Private. Post war: Lived in Hollandale, Wisconsin. Sources: (Ulvestad p275)

DAHL, Gulbrand

WI 15th Inf Co E. Residence: Moscow, Iowa County, Wisconsin. Civil War: Age 20. Unmarried. Enlisted for three years on 21 Dec 1861 in Iowa County and mustered on 6 Jan 1862 at Madison, Wisconsin. Private. He was sick and detached into the Pioneer Corps 24 Nov (or Dec) 1862, by order of Major General Rosecrans. Mustered out with Company in Chattanooga, Tennessee, 20 Dec 1864. Is on the Roll of Honor for the 2nd Brigade, 1st Division, 20th Army Corps Sources: (WHS Series 1200 box 76-7; red book vol 20 p72) (TAR) (Buslett p474) (Ager p303) “Dahl, Guldbrand” “Dahl, Gudbrand”

DAHL, Gunder G.

MN 2nd Inf Co E. Civil War: Enlisted 31 May 1864. Private. Discharged 11 Jul 1865. Post war: In 1890, he was living in Bratsberg, Fillmore County, Minnesota. Sources: (1890 Veterans and Widows Census, Minnesota, No.123, roll 22)

DAHL, Henrik O.

TX 30th Cavalry Co C. CSA. Born “Hendrick Olsen Dahl” on 28 Nov 1827 at Hjernstad, Stange, Norway. From Hedemarken, Norway. Civil War: Enlisted for threee years on 1 Jul 1862 at Waco, McLennan County, Texas. Private. Post war: Died in Norse, Bosque County, Texas, 13 Jan 1873. Sources: ("Norwegian Soldiers in Confederate Forces" by C.A.Clausen & Derwood Johnson, publ. in Norwegian-American Studies, volume 25, Northfield, Minnesota. p114) (Ulvestad p275) (www.borgerkrigen.info) (Betty Nelson, Decorah, Iowa)

DAHL, Iver G.

WI 15th Inf Co K. Residence: Worth County, Iowa. Civil War: Age 32. Married. Blue eyes, red hair, fair complexion, 5’5”. Carpenter. Enlisted for three years on 29 Nov 1861 in Worth County and mustered at Madison, Wisconsin, 11 Feb 1862. Private. Left behind sick at Mississippi River Island No. 10, 11 Jun 1862. Was sick at Knoxville, Tennessee, 26 Dec 1863. Taken prisoner at Chickamauga, Georgia, 20 Sep 1863, and died of scurvy in Libby Prison, Richmond, Virginia, 10 Mar 1864. Buried in the National Cemetery at Danville, Virginia. Sources: (WHS Series 1200 box 76-12; red book vol 20 p142) (Buslett p621) (Ulvestad p275) (Ager p317)

DAHL, John A.

See DOLL, John A.

DAHL, Olaus Halvorson

WI 15th Inf Co F. Residence: Decorah, Winneshiek County, Iowa. Born 22 Mar 1841 at Solberg under Aaröe, Sannidal (Sandøkedal, Kragerø ?), Telemark, Norway, a son of Halvor Eilertsen Dahl and Anne. Civil War: Unmarried. Age 21. Enlisted for three years on 4 Dec 1861 at Decorah and mustered at Madison, Wisconsin, 29 Dec 1861. Private. Sick in military hospital 28 Aug 1862, also sick in Farmington, Mississippi. Discharged from the service for disease in Cincinnati, Ohio, 9 Oct 1862. Post war: Became a carpenter. Married Mary Johnson Kaasa on 4 Nov 1864. They had eight children. Died 24 Aug 1883 at Decorah, Iowa. Buried in Phelps Cemetery, Decorah, lot 164. Sources: (WHS Series 1200 box 76-8; red book vol 20 p86) (Naeseth vol 1 p181) (Buslett p5012) (Ager p306) (Ulvestad p275) (Letter and document copies from great, granddaughter Jean Rowley, Issaquah, Washington) (Hedberg)

DAHL, Ole

MN Mounted Rangers, 1st Regiment, Co D. Residence: Stearns County, Minnesota. Born in Norway; military records list Sweden. Civil War: Age 45. Enrolled 14 Oct 1862. Mustered 28 Oct 1862. Private. Served in both Indian and Civil wars. Discharged from the service with his company on 4 Nov 1863. Sources: (MINN p648) (MCIW p530) (Ulvestad p275)

DAHL, Ole

MN Indian War: "Citizen Soldiers engaged in the Sioux Indian war of 1862". The Northern Rangers. A Company of Mounted Men. Organized at St. Cloud, Minnesota, 24 Aug 1862, for the relief of Fort Abercrombie. Private. Took part in some of the fights at Abercrombie. Disbanded 14 Oct 1862. Sources: (MCIW p762) (Ulvestad p275)

DAHL, Ole C.

WI 15th Inf. From Valders, Norway. Civil War: Private. Sources: (Ulvestad p275)

DAHL, Ole E.

WI 15th Inf Co E. Residence: Springdale, Dane County, Wisconsin. Born in Norway. Civil War: Tailor. Age 23. Unmarried. Blue eyes, light hair, light complexion, 5’8”. Enlisted for three years on 4 Jan 1862 at Camp Randall, Madison, Wisconsin, and mustered there on 6 Jan 1862. Private. Promoted to Sergeant. Quartermaster Sergeant, Co H. Died of nerve fever in hospital at Mississippi River Island No. 10, 30 Apr 1862. Buried in Mississippi River Cemetery near Memphis, Tennessee. Sources: (WHS Series 1200 box 76-7,15; red book vol 20 p72) (Buslett p474) (TAR) (Ulvestad p275) (Buslett p332) (Ager p303) (Roll of Honor vol 21 p 252)

DAHL, Ole Rasmussen

WI 15th Inf Co B. Residence: Bloomer Prairie, Chippewa County, Wisconsin. Born in Kristiansunds Gjeld, Nordmøre, Norway, 19 Jul 1817. Went to sea at age 17. Went to military school in Trondhjem, studying surveying. To America in 1854. Civil War: Age 44. Enlisted for three years on 29 Oct 1861 at Chippewa. Spent several weeks recruiting enlistees for the 15th. Mustered 13 Feb 1862 at Madison, Wisconsin. Private. Promoted Quartermaster Sergeant in Company H on 1 Jul 1862. Transferred from Company B to Regimental Headquarters on 7 Aug 1862. Reduced to ranks at his own request on 7 Oct 1862 and transferred to Company H. Commissioned Second Lieutenant of Company B on 30 Jan 1863, with rank from 20 Jan, and First Lieutenant in Company B at Murfreesboro, Tennessee, on 15 Mar 1863. Was Quartermaster Officer at Mississippi River Island No. 10. Was topographic engineer in 2nd Brigade 1 Mar 1863; moved to 3rd Brigade in May 1863; then to 1st Brigade, 3rd Division, Oct 1863. Taken prisoner near Morristown, East Tennessee, 1 Mar 1864, and held in Macon, Georgia. Mustered out 12 Mar 1865. Post war: In Nov 1880, he was granted a pension of $17 a month because of general disability as a result of his prison life. Died in Tomah, Wisconsin, 30 Dec 1882, and was buried in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin. Sources: (WHS Series 1200 boxes 76-10, 78-1; red book vol 20 p4,p28) (Buslett p373) (Ulvestad p257) (Ager p268, photo; p291; p294) (RWV p808) (Meeker) (“Pensioners on the Roll as of January 1, 1883 (living in Wisconsin)”, Park Genealogical Books, Roseville, Minnesota, publ. 1998)

DAHL, T. A.

Residence: Clay County, Iowa. From Valders, Norway. Civil War: Corporal. Served in both Indian and Civil wars. Sources: (Ulvestad p262)

DAHLBERG, John P.

IA 2nd Inf Co F. Residence: Keosauqua, Iowa. Born in Sweden. Civil War: Age 23. Enlisted 1 May 1861. Mustered 21 May 1861. Private. Post war: Died of fever on 28 Sep 1861 at St. Louis, Missouri. Buried in Cemetery at St. Louis. Sources: (ISW-I, cd p39)

DAHLBERG, Robert N.

IA 2nd Inf Co F. Residence: Keosauque, Iowa. Civil War: Enlisted 1 May 1861. Mustered 27 May 1861. Private. Detailed to Pioneer Corps by Brigadier General Dodge. Sources: (ISW-I, cd p39)

DAHLBY, Peder A.

Civil War: Post war: Buried at Perry, Daleyville, Wisconsin; stone reads “28 Jul 1827 – 27 Mar 1881”. Sources: (Wisconsin Cemetery Records)

DAHLE, Christen O.

WI 15th Inf Co B. Residence: McFarland, Dane County, Wisconsin. Civil War: Age 25. Unmarried. Enlisted for three years on 4 Dec 1861 at Madison, Wisconsin, and mustered there on 13 Dec 1861. Private. Died of dysentery in hospital at Murfreesboro, 2 Jul 1863. Buried in National Cemetery at Stone's River, Tennessee; section D, grave 409. Sources: (WHS Series 1300 box 76-4; red book vol 20 p 30) (Buslett p380) (Ulvestad p276) (Ager p295) (RWV p808) “Dahl, Christian”

DAHLE, Jens T.

MN 2nd Company of Sharpshooters. Residence: Northfield, Minnesota. Civil War: Age 22. Mustered in 20 Jan 1862. Private. Wounded at Antietam 17 Sep 1862. Captured at Ream's Station, Virginia, 25 Aug 1863. Mustered out at St. Paul, Minnesota, 29 Jun 1864, to take effect 22 Apr 1865. Sources: (MINN p630) (MCIW p517)

DAHLE, Lars

See DALE, Lars

DAHLE, Oliver

TX Hv Arty 1st Reg Co B. CSA. Born 1830-1835 in Norway. Civil War: Enlisted for the war at Galveston, Texas, on 22 May 1862. Private. Detached to a shell bank on the Sabine River during Nov and Dec 1862; then on board the steamer Josiah H. Bell, in Galveston Bay, during Jan and Feb 1863. He was on board the steamer Diana from 8 Oct 1863 until sometime in Dec 1863. The Diana was a tender for gunboats in Galveston Bay. During Jan and Feb 1864, he had extra duty in an enginedering departent. He served in a Harbour Police unit from 27 Dec 1864 to the spring of 1865. He was paroled at Galveston on 7 Jul 1865. Post war: Was alive in 1880. Sources: (www.borgerkrigen.info)

DAHLEN, Christian M.

MN 1st Inf Co G. Civil War: Private. Post war: In 1890, he was living in Bratsberg, Fillmore County, Minnesota. Sources: (1890 Veterans and Widows Census, Minnesota, No.123, roll 22)

DAHLEN, Gulbrand

WI 37th Inf Co ?. Residence: St. Lawrence township, Waupaca County, Wisconsin. Born in Norway on 4 Jan 1825. Came, with his wife and four children, to America on the ship “Three Brothers”, which sailed from Christiania, in 1857. Came to Helvetia Township, Waupaca County. Later purchased land in St. Lawrence Township. Civil War: Private. Sources: Rootsweb.com “Commemorative Biographical Record of the Upper Wisconsin Counties: Waupaca, Portage, Wood, Marathon, Oneida, Vilas, Langlade and Shawano”, publ 1895) “Dahlen, Guldbrand”

DAHLEN, Thomas

Indian War: Private. From Minnesota. Sources: (Ulvestad p276)

DAHLGREN, Elias

US Navy. Born 12 Apr 1833 at Alfsborgs Lan, Sweden. Civil War: Age 25. Entered the service on 30 Dec 1858. Fireman first class. Discharged 10 Oct 1861. Post war: Lived at Dell Rapids, South Dakota. Died at age 69 of heart failure on 17 Sep 1902 at Jasper, Minnesota. Buried in Willow Creek Lutheran Cemetery at Burk Township, Dell Rapids, lot 19, grave 10. Sources: (Ulvestad p276) (SDSHS WPA Veterans Cemetery Records, Minnehaha County)

DAHLGREN, John Olof

US Marine Corps. Born 14 Sep 1872 in Kahliwar, Sweden. Boxer Rebellion War: Enlisted from California. Corporal. Awarded Medal of Honor. In the presence of the enemy during the battle of Peking, China, 20 Jun 1900 to 16 Jul 1900, Dahlgren distinguished himself by meritorious conduct. Sources: (“America’s Medal of Honor Recipients”. Publ. 1977, pp 387, 1013)

DAHLHEIM, Olaf

US Navy. Residence: Red Wing, Minnesota. Born 2 Feb 1841 at Nerike, Sweden, a son of William Olaf and Ingeborg C. Larson. Attended a military school in Stockholm. Came to America in 1862. Civil War: Enlisted in the Navy at Cairo, Illinois. Served aboard the gunboat “Ibex” until 6 Aug 1865 when he was discharged at Mound City, Illinois. Post war: In 1868 he took a homestead in Evansville, Douglas County, Minnesota. Married in 1869 to Charlotta Gustava. Four children. Sources: (DCHS)

DAHLSTROM, John

WI 32nd Inf Co D. Residence: Winchester, Winnebago County, Wisconsin. Born about 1829 in Sweden. Civil War: Age 32. Farmer. Blue eyes, brown hair, dark complexion, 5’5½”. Enlisted for three years on 19 Aug 1862 at Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Mustered 25 Sep 1862 at Oshkosh. On 1 Apr 1865, illness put him in the army hospital at Goldsboro, North Carolina. Mustered out from there on 30 Jun 1865. Post war: Buried at Winchester, Wisconsin; stone reads “1829 – 1921” Sources: (Wisconsin Cemetery Records) (History of the town of Winchester, Winnebago, Wisconsin, publ. 2002, 4-8)

DAHN, Emile J.

WI 45th Inf Co A. Residence: Mayville, Dodge County, Wisconsin. Enlistment credited to Ashippun, Dodge County. Born in Norway. Civil War: Physician. Age 42. Married. Gray eyes, brown hair, fair complexion, 5’3”. Enlisted for one year on 3 Oct 1864 at Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. Mustered there the same day. Bounty $100. Private. Discharged 12 Nov 1864 so that he could accept a Commission as Assistant Surgeon effective 25 Dec 1864. Sources: (WHS Series 1200 box 183-2; red book vol 50) “Dahm, Emil”

DAHNHEIM, Olaf

See NILSON, Joshua