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MN 2nd Inf Co E. Residence: Wilmington, Houston County, Minnesota. Born in Norway. Civil War: Age 38. Drafted. Mustered 27 May 1864. Private. Discharged from the service from hospital 2 Jul 1865. Sources: (MINN p83)


From Hallingdal, Norway. Civil War: Private. Post war: Lived in Westby, Wisconsin. Sources: (Ulvestad p283)

GOLIE, Peder

Civil War: Private. Wounded. Post war: Lived at Sacred Heart, Minnesota. (Ulvestad writes that one correspondent says Golie is from Hadeland, another says he is from Nummedal.) Sources: (Ulvestad p283)


MN 2nd Inf Co A. Residence Preston, Fillmore County, Minnesota. Born in Norway. Civil War: Age 18. Enrolled 26 Jun 1861. Mustered the same day. Private. Discharged from the service 25 Jun 1864 on expiration of term of service. Sources: (MINN p57) (MCIW p124) (“History of Fillmore County, publ. 1912, p 146)


IL 23rd Inf Co F. Residence: Niles, Cook County, Illinois. Born in Norway. Civil War: Farmer. Age 22. Blue eyes, dark hair, dark complexion, 5’9½”. Enlisted for one year on 7 Mar 1865 at Chicago and mustered there the same day. Bounty $100. Private. Mustered out with his Company on 24 Jul 1865 at Richmond, Virginia. Sources: (ILSA reel 17 p40)


WI 22nd Inf Co G. Residence: Jordan, Green County, Wisconsin. Baptized 19 Sep 1813 at Voss, Hordaland, Norway, son of Gullik Olsen Kinne and Randvei Erichsdatter Saude. Married 18 Jun 1839 to Torbjor Larsdatter Bjorke. Came to America with their infant daughter, Ranvei. They sailed from Bergen on the “Kong Sverre” reaching New York on 30 Jun 1845. Civil War: Married. Age 45. Enlisted for three years on 8 Aug 1862 at Monroe, Wisconsin. Mustered 1 Sep 1862 at Camp Utley, Racine, Wisconsin. Private. Discharged from the service 17 Oct 1864 on account of wounds received in action on 5 Mar 1863. Post war: Buried at Jordan, “1818 – 1869”. Sources: (WHS Series 1200 box 111-14; red book vol 27) (Wisconsin Cemetery Records) “Galacson, Nels” “Gullickson, Nels” “Kinne, Niels Gulliksen”