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HOGAN, Ole G.

WI 19th Inf Co B. Residence: La Crosse, La Crosse County, Wisconsin. Civil War: Unmarried. Enlisted 23 Jan 1862 at La Crosse. Mustered 4 Mar 1862. Private. Promoted to Corporal. He kept a diary of his service during 1863. In it he writes of other Norwegians in his company. He was a member of the Provost Guard (Military Police) in his Regiument. Mustered out 17 May 1865. Post war: Became a farmer in Norman County, Minnesota. Sources: (WHS Series 1200 box 97-17) (Ole G Hougan diary, furnished by Eric Iverson, his great great great nephew.) “Hougan, Ole G”

HOGANSON

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HOGANSON, Ole

WI 13th Inf Co G. Residence: Spring Valley, Rock County, Wisconsin. Born in Norway. Civil War: Farmer. Age 22. Unmarried. Blue eyes, light hair, fair complexion, 5’10”. Enlisted for three years on 4 Sep 1861 at Spring Valley. Mustered 17 Oct 1861 at Janesville, Wisconsin. Private. Clerk. Re-enlisted as a veteran for three years on 6 Feb 1864 at Nashville, Tennessee. Bounty $400. Re-mustered 10 Feb 1864. Promoted to Sergeant on 8 Jul 1864. Discharged from the service for disability on 27 May 1865 at Madison, Wisconsin. Sources: (WHS Series 1200 box 64-9,15; red book vol 18, p138) “Huginsen, Ole”

HOGANSON, Ole

WI 45th Inf Co B. Residence: Eaton, Manitowoc County, Wisconsin. Born in Valders, Norway. Civil War: Farmer. Age 31. Married. Blue eyes, light hair, light complexion, 5’7”. Enlisted for one year on 7 Oct 1864 at Eaton. Mustered 4 Nov 1864 at Madison, Wisconsin. Bounty $100, $33.33 paid. Private. Post war: Died 1889 in Gjerpen, Manitowoc County, Buried at West cemetery, Valders, Wisconsin; stone reads “29 Oct 1830 – 1 Aug 1889”. Sources: (WHS Series 1200 box 183-3; red book vol 50) (Wisconsin Cemetery Records) (Hedberg) (Ulvestad p292) “Hougen, Ole K”

HOGEN, Ole

MN Indian War: "Citizen Soldiers engaged in the Sioux Indian war of 1862". The Scandinavian Guards, organized in Nicollet County, 27 Aug 1862, and who served 21 days. Private. Sources: (MCIW p807).

HOGENSEN, Ole

Civil War: Private. Post war: Died in Humboldt County, Iowa, in 1896. Sources: (Ulvestad p292)

HOGENSEN, Ole

From Drammen, Norway. Civil War: Private. Post war: Lived at Rock County, Wisconsin. Sources: (Ulvestad p292)

HOGENSON

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HOGENSON, Gilbert

IA 6th Cav Co D. Residence: Decorah, Winneshiek County, Iowa. Born in Norway. Civil War: Age 32. Enlisted 17 Oct 1862 as Farrier (One who tends to or shoes horses). Mustered 17 Oct 1862. Private. Mustered out 17 Oct 1865, Sioux City, Iowa. Sources: (ISW-IV p1174)

HOGNESS, Mathias

From Trondhjem, Norway. Civil War: Lieutenant. Recruiting Officer. Died in New York as he was going home to Norway in 1864. Sources: (Ulvestad p257)

HOGNESS, Mathias G.

WI 37th Inf Co C. Residence: Moscow, Iowa County, Wisconsin. Born in Norway. Civil War: Farmer. Married. Age 43. Gray eyes, light hair, light complexion, 5’4”. Enlisted for three years on 19 Mar 1864 at Moscow. Mustered 13 Apr 1864 at Madison, Wisconsin. Private. Died of disease in hospital on 14 Sep 1864. Sources: (WHS Series 1200 box 167-5; red book vol 42) (Love p1118)

HOGONSON, Ole

WI 25th Inf Co B. Born in Norway. Civil War: Age 26. Farmer. Unmarried. Blue eyes, light hair, ruddy complexion, 5’7”. Enlisted for three years on 28 Mar 1864 at Green Bay, Wisconsin. Enlistment credited to Greenville, Outagamie County. Private. Joined the company on 29 Apr 1864. “He cannot talk our language or understand it. Has been in the hospital most of the time.” Transferred to WI 12th Inf Co I on 4 Jun 1865. “Further information received that this man belongs to WI 11th Co K. He joined our company by mistake.” Sources: (WHS Series 1200 box 121-16; red book vol 30) “Hagonson, Ole”

HOGSTROM, Nels, 1st

MN Indian War: "Citizen Soldiers engaged in the Sioux Indian war of 1862". The Scandinavian Guards, organized in Nicollet County, 27 Aug 1862, and who served 21 days. Private. Sources: (MCIW p807).

HOGSTROM, Nels, 2nd

MN Indian War: "Citizen Soldiers engaged in the Sioux Indian war of 1862". The Scandinavian Guards, organized in Nicollet County, 27 Aug 1862, and who served 21 days. Private. Sources: (MCIW p807).