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KELEN, Anton

WI 51st Inf Co B. Residence: Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin. Born in Norway. Civil War: Farmer. Age 30. Black eyes, black hair, dark complexion, 5’9½”. Enlisted for one year on 13 Mar 1865 at Milwaukee. Mustered there the same day. Bounty $100, $33.33 paid. Private. Sources: (WHS Series 1200 box 198-3) [Unsure of surname.]

KELLY, Andrew A.

WI 38th Inf Co F. Residence: Huntington, St. Croix County, Wisconsin. Born in Bamle, Norway. Civil War: Age 26. Farmer. Hazel eyes, brown hair, light complexion, 5’8¾”. Enrolled for three years at Madison, Wisconsin, and mustered there the same day. Served formerly in WI 30th Co A, from which he was discharged 16 Apr 1864 to accept Commission as First Lieutenant of Company F. Promoted to Captain. Wounded 2 Apr 1864 at Fort Malone, Virginia, and sent to Emery U S General Hospital, Washington, DC. Received a sick leave of absence for thirty days on 6 May 1865. Discharged for physical disability on 2 Jun 1865. Post war: Lived in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Sources: (WHS red book vol 43) (Ulvestad p255) “Kittelsen, Andreas”

KELLY, Daniel

DT 1st Cav Battalion Co B. Civil War: Private. Sources: (Index of Compiled Service Records, North Dakota Archives, roll 6099)

KELLY, Peter

From Gudbrandsdalen, Norway. Civil War: Private. Post war: Lived in Osseo, Wisconsin. Sources: (Ulvestad p302)

KELLY, Robert B.

IL 7th Inf Co F. Residence: May Town, Monroe County, Illinois. Born in Christiania, Norway. Civil War: Age 23. Farmer. Light eyes, light hair, light complexion, 5’8”. Unmarried. Enlisted for three years on 25 Jul 1861 and mustered on that day at Mound City, Illinois. Private. Re-enlisted. Sources: (ILSA reel 1 p 30)



KELSEY, Augustus

KS 6th Cav Co E. Born 12 Mar 1834 in Sweden. Civil War: Enlisted 2 Sep 1861. Private. Discharged 23 Jun 1865. Post war: Died 17 Mar 1905. Buried 1905 in Lafayette Cemetery, Boulder County, Colorado. Sources: (“Civil War Veterans Burial Records, Boulder County, Colorado” by Sanford C Gladden)