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HAUEN, Ole

Residence: Adams County, Wisconsin. From Slemdal, Norway. Civil War: Private. Killed in one of the first battles of the war. Sources: (Ulvestad p289) “Haugen, Ole”

HAUEN, W. T.

MN Indian War: "Citizen Soldiers engaged in the Sioux Indian war of 1862". Company of Mounted Men, raised at Lake City, Minnesota. Organized 24 Aug 1862 and which served all through Col. Sibley's First Expedition. Corporal. Was sick in Lake City. Sources: (MCIW p790) (Ulvestad p263)

HAUFF, Benjamin F.

WI 10th Inf Co K. Residence: Hortonville, Outagamie County, Wisconsin. Born in Ohio. Civil War: Age 23. Blue eyes, sandy hair, sandy complexion, 5’6¼”. Enlisted for three years on 7 Sep 1861 at Waupun. Mustered 5 Oct 1861 at Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Private. Promoted to Corporal on 20 Nov 1862. Captured by the enemy on 20 Sep 1863 at Chickamauga, Georgia, on 20 Sep 1863. Died of diarrhea on 27 Jun 1864 at Andersonville Prison. Buried in grave 2556. Sources: (WHS Series 1200 box 259-2; red book vol 15) (“Prisoners who died at Andersonville Prison” Atwater List, publ 1865) “Hough, B. J.”

HAUFF, Henrik

See HAUFF, Henry

HAUFF, Henry Nikolai

WI 15th Inf Co E. Residence: Stoughton, Dane County, Wisconsin. Born in Sandefjord, Norway, 10 Oct 1836. In 1850, his father moved to Kristiania (now Oslo), where Henry became a clerk in a hardware store, and later a bookkeeper in a railroad freight office. In 1857 [His brother says 1856; Wilson’s biography says 1858], Hauff, George Wilson and Samuel Thodberg came to the US. Wilson became a Lieutenant Colonel. Thodberg joined the Confederate Army. Hauff worked for a time in a hardware store in Madison, Wisconsin. The three friends went off to Texas for a time. Hauff and Wilson came back to Wisconsin, where Hauff worked as a bookkeeper for a firm in Stoughton. Civil War: Age 25. Unmarried. Enlisted 14 Dec 1861 at Stoughton and mustered into WI 15th Inf Co G in Madison, Wisconsin on 11 Jan 1862. Commissioned First Lieutenant on 11 Jan 1862, effective from 14 Dec 1861. Was named acting Adjutant of the Regiment on 3 May 1862. Commissioned Regiment Adjutant at Danville, Kentucky, on 8 Oct 1862. Promoted to Captain of Company E on 25 May 1863 at Murfreesboro, Tennessee, with rank from 21 Jan 1863. Missing in battle of Chickamauga, Georgia, 19 Sep 1863, and found to have been killed in that action. The rebels held the battlefield for another two months and his body was never identified. He lies beneath an “Unknown” marker in the national cemetery at Chattanooga. Sources: (WHS Series 1200 boxes 76-2,7,9; 78-1; red book vol 20, p2,70,98) (TAR) (Buslett p462 photo) (Ulvestad p254) (Ager p69 photo; p290,302,311) (Quiner p 613, 622, 624, 625) (Gjertveit)

HAUFF, Johan F.

WI 15th Inf Co K. Residence: Windsor, Dane County, Wisconsin. Born 24 Dec 1844 in Sandefjord, Norway. He came to America in 1860. Civil War: Age 19. Machinist. Blue eyes, light hair, light complexion, 5’9”. Enlisted for three years on 31 Dec 1863 at Windsor and mustered at Madison, Wisconsin, 11 Jan 1864. Private. Recruit. Joined K Company at Strawberry Plains, Virginia, 31 Mar 1864. Sick in Atlanta, Georgia, 29 Sep 1864. Became unfit for service and was discharged from the service on 22 Nov 1864 at Whiteside, Tennessee, on orders from General Thomas. Post war: John Hauff was a brother of Captain Henry Hauff, commander of E Company. John Hauff after the war became manager of a big bridge and railroad factory in Chicago. Sources: (WHS Series 1200 box 76-13; red book vol 20, p144) (Buslett p625; p626 photo) (Ulvestad p259) (Ager p284 photo; p317) (Hedberg) “Hauff, John”

HAUFF, John A.

WI 29th Inf Co C. Civil War: Sergeant. Killed in the battle of Champion Hills on 16 May 1863 (’64?). Sources: (Quiner p 781)

HAUFF, John F.

WI 45th Inf Co F. Residence: Madison, Dane County, Wisconsin. Enlistment credited to Blooming Grove, Dane County. Born in Norway. Civil War: Machinist. Age 20. Unmarried. Blue eyes, light hair, light complexion, 5’10”. Enlisted for one year on 12 Jan 1865 at Madison. Mustered 18 Jan 1865 at Madison. Bounty $100, $33.33 paid. Private. Promoted to Sergeant 8 Feb 1865. Promoted to Sergeant Major and transferred to the Regimental Staff on 20 Jun 1865. Sources: (WHS Series 1200 box 183-8; red book vol 50)

HAUFF, Lars Pederson

WI 15th Inf Co H. Residence: Christiania, Dane County, Wisconsin. Civil War: Age 45. Married. Enlisted for three years on 29 Dec 1861 at Madison, Wisconsin, and mustered there on 13 Feb 1862. Private. Sick in hospital at Labangor, Kentucky, 27 Oct 1862; also in Louisville. Discharged from the service for disability due to disease on 10 Jun 1863 at Camp Davison, Ohio. Lived at Dakota County, Minnesota. Sources: (WHS Series 1200 box 76-10; red book vol 20, p116) (Buslett p563) (Ulvestad p323) (Ager p309) “Houff, Lars”

HAUG, G.

From Lillehammer, Norway. Civil War: Private. Took part in the battles of Pea Ridge, Arkansas [7-8 Mar 1862]; Vicksburg, Mississippi [Siege ended 4 Jul 863]; and Lookout Mountain, Tennessee [24 Nov 1863]. It is not known if he survived the war. Sources: (Ulvestad p289)

HAUG, John

WI 1st Cav Co M. Civil War: Drafted for one year and mustered into service on 28 Oct 1864 at Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin. Private. Discharged from the service 26 Aug 1865. Sources: (WHS Series 1200 box 206-3)

HAUGAN, Arne M.

WI 44th Inf Co ?. Residence: Middleton, Dane County, Wisconsin. Born in Norway. Civil War: Farmer. Age 42. Blue eyes, dark hair, dark complexion, 5’7”. Enlisted for one year on 19 Sep 1864 at Vermont, Wisconsin. Mustered 24 Sep 1864 at Madison, Wisconsin. Bounty $100. Private. Sources: (WHS Series 1200 box 180-14)

HAUGE, Alfred

Spanish-American War: Private. Post war: Lived in Day County, South Dakota. Sources: (Ulvestad 289)

HAUGE, Carson

SD 1st Inf Co K. Born 1872 in Christianiakanten, Norway. Spanish-American War: Enlisted 4 May 1898 at Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Private. Discharged 5 Oct 1899 at Presidio, California. Post war: Lived at Lake Preston, South Dakota. Died 6 Oct 1928 at State Home, Hot Springs, South Dakota, kidney failure. Buried in the State Home Cemetery, lot 17, grave 46. Sources: (Ulvestad p289) (SDSHS, WPA Veterans Graves Registration, Fall River County) “Hauge, Carsten”

HAUGE, Gulick A.

IA 12th Inf Co G. Residence: Highland Township, Winneshiek County, Iowa. Born in Slidre, Valders, Norway 19 Dec 1840. Civil War: Age 21. Enlisted for three years on 16 Oct 1861 at Decorah, Winneshiek County Iowa. Mustered 5 Nov 1861. Private. Missing in battle 6 Apr 1862, Shiloh, Tennessee. Was in a rebel prison for two months. Re-enlisted & re-mustered 5 Jan 1864. Promoted Corporal 1 Mar 1865. Mustered out 20 Jan 1866, Memphis, Tennessee. Post war: He went to Bancroft Township, Freeborn County, Minnesota, and began farming. Married in 1868 to Nellie Langen. In 1875 he became a manufacturer of wagons and plows. Also a blacksmith. His wife died in 1878. He married again in 1880 to Olena Rood. Moved to Glasgow, Montana, after 1900. Died there 17 Jun 1918. Buried in Lutheran Cemetery at Albert Lea, Minnesota. Sources: (ISW-II p472) (FCHS) ("History of the Scandinavians in the United States", by O. N. Nelson. Publ. Minneapolis, 1893. p425) (Ulvestad p289) “Hauge, Gullick”

HAUGE, Hans

See STENSON, Hans H.

HAUGE, Ludvig L. H.

WI 15th Inf Co B. Residence: Sterling, Bad Ax County, Wisconsin. Born 12 Dec 1844 at farm Hauge in Laerdals prestegjeld in Sogn, Norway. Came to America with his parents in 1852 and settled near Madison, Wisconsin. He is a brother to Soren Hauge. Civil War: Age 19. Unmarried. Enlisted for three years on 25 Jan 1862 at Madison, Wisconsin, and mustered there on 27 Jan 1862. Private. Sick in hospital in Bowling Green, Kentucky, 17 Sep 1862. Assigned as a wagoner with the supply train on 1 Oct 1863. Assigned as a wagoner with the ambulance on 28 Jun 1864. Wounded three times. Mustered out with Company B at Chattanooga, Tennessee, on 1 Dec 1864. Post war: He went to Ulen, Becker County, Minnesota. Died in 1908. Sources: (WHS Series 1200 box 76-4; red book vol 20 p 30) (Buslett p383) (Ager p273, photo; p295) (Ulvestad p289) (RWV p809)

HAUGE, Soren L. H.

WI 15th Inf Co B. Residence: Sterling, Bad Ax County, Wisconsin. Born Laerdal, Sogn, Norway, about 1839. Elder brother of Ludvig Hauge. Civil War: Age 22. Unmarried. Enlisted for three years on 14 Dec 1861 at Madison, Wisconsin, and mustered there on 20 Dec 1861. Private. Assigned as Company Wagoner. Sick in Bowling Green, Kentucky, 17 Sep 1862. Promoted to Corporal. Sick on the 23rd and the 25th of July 1864. Mustered out with company on 2 Dec 1864 at Chattanooga, Tennessee. Post war: Returned to Sterling after the war. Died in Crawford County (before 1907). Sources: (WHS Series 1200 box 76-4; red book vol 20 p 30) (Buslett p383) (Ager p275, photo; p295) (Gjertveit) (Ulvestad p263,289) (RWV p809)

HAUGEDAHL, Johan

Spanish-American War: Private. Post war: Lived at Osceola, Wisconsin. Sources: (Ulvestad p289)

HAUGEN, Amund N.

WI 33rd Inf Co E. Residence: Spring Valley, Rock County, Wisconsin. Born 1 Mar 1846 in Hallingdal, Norway, a son of Neils E. Haugen and Carrie Nelson. They came to America to Rushford, Minnesota, in 1846. Civil War: Farmer. Age 18. Unmarried. Blue eyes, dark hair, light complexion, 5’3”, heavy build. Enlisted for three years on 20 Aug 1862 at Janesville, Wisconsin. Mustered 18 Oct 1862 at Camp Utley, Racine, Wisconsin. Bounty paid at muster $25 (of $100 total). Private. Took part in 17 battles. Wounded but stayed with his unit. Note written in the unit’s final payroll reads “This soldier has been in all the engagements and in all the Expeditions except the Meridian Expedition.” Post war: In 1876, he was married in Fillmolre County, Minnesota, to Christina Halverson. Seven children. In 1876, he opened a farm implement business in Elizabeth, Otter Tail County, Minnesota, using his name as “Amund Nelson”. About 1910, he moved into Fergus Falls, Minnesota. Died 5 Jun 1926. Buried at Oak Grove Cemetery in Fergus Falls. Sources: (WHS Series 1200 box 151-7,14; red book vol 38) (Ulvestad p313) (Obituary, Fergus Falls Daily Journal, 7 Jun 1926, p 2) (Otter Tail County Historical Society) “Nilsen, Amund” “Nelson, Amund”

HAUGEN, Andrew O.

MN 4th Inf Co H. Residence: Arandahl, Fillmore County, Minnesota. Born in Gaupne, Indre Sogn, Norway. Civil War: Age 27. Enrolled 15 Aug 1864 at St. Paul, Minnesota. Mustered there on 2 Sep 1864. Recruit. Private. Discharged from the service 12 Jun 1865 at Louisville, Kentucky. Sources: (MINN p213) (MCIW p236) (Ulvestad p289) (History of Fillmore County, vol 1, publ. 1912, p147) (Granddaughter Marion Ellis, Shawano, Wisconsin) “Haugen, Anders Olsen” “Hougan, Andrew”

HAUGEN, Hans Gundersen

See GUNDERSON, Hans

HAUGEN, Helge L.

From Hjelmeland, Ryfylke, Norway. Civil War: Corporal. Post war: Died in Dane County, Wisconsin [before 1907]. Sources: (Ulvestad p263)

HAUGEN, Knute Hanson

See HANSON, Knut

HAUGEN, Lars

From Hjelmeland, Ryfylke, Norway. Civil War: Private. Post war: Lived at Taylor, North Dakota. Sources: (Ulvestad p289)

HAUGEN, Louis

WI 22nd Inf. Civil War: Enlisted 28 Sep 1864. Private. Discharged 17 May 1865. Post war: In 1890, he was living in Taylor, Stark County, North Dakota. Sources: (1890 Veterans and Widows Census, North Dakota, No.123, roll 59)

HAUGEN, Nils Helgesen

From Nummedal, Norway. Civil War: Private. Wounded. Post war: Lived at Beloit, Wisconsin. Sources: (Ulvestad p289)

HAUGEN, Ole

See HAUEN, Ole

HAUGEN, Perry

Residence: Hartland Township, Freeborn County, Minnesota. Civil War: Private. Died in the service. Sources: (FCHS)

HAUGEN, Svend Olsen

From Hallingdal, Norway. Civil War: Private. Post war: Lived at Blooming Prairie, Minnesota. Sources: (Ulvestad p290)

HAUGEN, T. K.

From Valders, Norway. Civil War: Private. Post war: Lived at Valders, Wisconsin. Sources: (Ulvestad p290)

HAUGEN, Torger

Civil War: Private. From Houston County, Minnesota. Sources: (Ulvestad p290)

HAUGEN, Torsten Olsen

Residence: Walworth County, Wisconsin. Baptized on 5 Feb 1811 in Holla, Telemark, Norway, son of Ole Nielsen Kolle and Aaste Torsdatter. Married 27 Dec 1843 to Aaste Karine Halvorsdatter Lunde. They came to America on the “Salvator”, out of Porsgrunn, Telemark, arriving in New York 6 Jul 1844. Civil War: Died in the war. Sources: (Naeseth ’44-345)

HAUGERUD, Nels A.

Civil War: Private. Wounded. Post war: Lived at Deerfield, Wisconsin. Sources: (Ulvestad p290)

HAUGHLAND, Harold

US Navy. Born in Norway. First World War: Went down in the naval patrol boat “Tampa”, sunk 26 Sep 1918 in the Bristol Channel off the coast of England, victim of a German U-Boat. The “Tampa”, formerly the Coast Guard cutter “Miami”, was torpedoed while escorting a convoy. Ten officers and 102 enlisted men, most of them taken over from the Coast Guard service, one British army officer and five civilian employes were on board. There were no survivors. Sources: (The New York Tribune, 4 Oct 1918, p 1)

HAUGLAND, Lars Nilsen

Residence: Jackson County, Wisconsin. From Valestrand, Norway. Civil War: Private. Killed in the Battle of Perryville, Kentucky, on 8 Oct 1862. Sources: (Ulvestad p290)

HAUGLAND, Tollef Nilsen

From Valestrand, Norway. Civil War: Private. Post war: Lived at Taylor, Wisconsin. Sources: (Ulvestad p290)

HAUGSE, Arne

From Hardanger, Norway. Spanish-American War: Private. Wounded. Post war: Lived in Redfield, South Dakota. Sources: (Ulvestad p290)

HAUGSJER, Brown

WI 15th Inf Co B. From Valestrand, Norway. Civil War: Private. Wounded in the battle of New Hope Church and died in a hospital at Chattanooga, Tennessee, in July 1864. Sources: (Ulvestad p290) (Boe, Sophie “The Story of Father’s Life”, publ. 1919. Copy at VGC) “Severson Brown” “Haugsjerd, Baard”

HAUNES, Ole Larsen

WI 15th Inf Co H. Residence: Clermont, Fayette County, Iowa. Born 27 Nov 1839 at Haugnes in Hurdal, Norway, son of Lars Hansen Haugnes and Karen Katrine, Hansdatter Buraas. Emigrated to America in 1861. Civil War: Age 23. Unmarried. Farmer. Blue eyes, brown hair, fair complexion, 5’9”. Enlisted for three years on 10 Jan 1862 at Clermont and mustered at Madison, Wisconsin, 13 Feb 1862. Private. Sick in Bowling Green, Kentucky, 4 Nov 1862. Wounded at Chickamauga, Georgia, 19 Sep 1863 and sent to hospital. Later sent north. Wounded in the battle of New Hope Church, Georgia, 27 May 1864, and captured by the enemy. Died of his wounds in Andersonville Prison on 22 Jan 1865. Sources: (WHS Series 1200 box 76-10,17; red book vol 20 p116) (Buslett p562) (Ulvestad p290) (Ager p309) (Meeker) (Letter, Kjell Haugnes, Berverksgt 6A, N-0551 Oslo, who is a great-grandson of Even Larson Haugnes, brother to Ole) “Haugnes, Ole” “Hounes, Ole” “Hougness, Ole”

HAUPER, Anders Olsen

Residence: Coon Rapids, Wisconsin. Born “Anders Olsen Bjørke” in Biri, Norway. Married to Ingeborg Nicholaidatter. One child, Helene Agnette. They came to America in 1858 to Coon Prairie, Wisconsin. Civil War: Private. Post war: Anders came to Coon Prairie after serving in the war. He settled on a farm near the town of Viroqua, Wisconsin. Ten children in all. Hauper died in 1896 and is buried in the Coon Prairie churchyard. Sources: (Oudenstad p157)

HAUSER, Peter D.

IA 9th Cav Co F. Residence: Lansing, Allamakee County, Iowa. Born in Denmark. Civil War: Age 18. Enlisted 13 Jul 1863. Mustered 21 Aug 1863. Private. Mustered out on 3 Feb 1866 at Little Rock, Arkansas. Sources: (ISW-IV cd p60)

HAUSKE, Engel

From Finno prestegjeld, Stavanger, Norway. Civil War: Private. Served in Indian and Civil wars. Post war: Lived at St. Hilaire, Minnesota. Sources: (Ulvestad p290)

HAUSKE, Rasmus

From Finno Prestegjeld, Stavanger, Norway. Civil War: Private. Served in Indian and Civil wars. Post war: Lived at Riceford, Minnesota. Sources: (Ulvestad p290)

HAUSNESS, Lars H.

From Stavanger, Norway. Civil War: Private. Post war: Lived in North Dakota. Sources: (Ulvestad p290)

HAUSTAD, Peter Olson

See HAARSTAD, Peter Olson