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IL 55th Inf Co B. Residence: Chicago, Cook County, Illinois. Born in Norway. Civil War: Merchant. Age 45. Blue eyes, light hair, light complexion, 5’5½”. Enlisted for three years on 15 Oct 1861. Mustered 31 Oct 1861 at Chicago. Private. Sources: (ILSA reel 47-9 p9)

NATVIG, Henry O.

WI 27th Inf Co H. Residence: Christiania, Dane County, Wisconsin. Born 3 Jan 1829 at Årdal, Sogn og Fjordane, Norway, son of Ole Thorkelsen Natvik and Anna Hermansdatter Kinserdal. He, his parents, and three brothers, came to America in 1847 to the Koshkonong settlement in Dane County, Wisconsin. He moved by 1860 to Wood County, Wisconsin. Civil War: Mechanic. Age 33. Blue eyes, dark hair, light complexion, 5’8”, stout build. Enlisted for three years on 12 Aug 1862 at Christiania. Mustered 25 Oct 1862 at Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Bounty $100, $75 still due at muster out. Designated Corporal 22 Oct 1862. Promoted to Sergeant 28 May 1864. Mustered out with company on 29 Aug 1865 at Brownsville, Texas. Post war: Married, 20 Jan 1868, to Mary E. Warren (1851-1941). Four children. Moved in 1871 to Chaseburg, Vernon County, Wisconsin, where he operated a sawmill. Died 14 May 1921. Sources: (WHS Series 1200 box 129-10, 130-10; red book vol 32) (Naeseth ’47-1047) (Ulvestad p 311) “Natvig, Hans” “Natvik, Hans Olsen” “Natwick, Henry Olsen”


From Lærdal, Norway. Civil War: Private. Served in Indian and Civil wars. Post war: Lived in Viroqua, Wisconsin. Sources: (Ulvestad p311)


WI 50th Inf Co B. Residence: Jefferson, Vernon County, Wisconsin. Born “Ole Hermundsen Offerdal” on 4 Sep 1843 in Årdal, Sogn og Fjordane, Norway, son of Hermund Olsen Offerdal and Kirsti Andersdatter Sjøbakken. They came to America on the “Juno”, which sailed from Bergen and reached New York on 18 Jun 1846. They settled in the Koshkonong area of Dane County, Wisconsin. Civil War: Farmer. Age 21. Gray eyes, light hair, dark complexion, 5’11”. Enlisted for one year on 23 Feb 1865 at La Crosse, Wisconsin. Mustered there the same day. Bounty $100, $33.33 paid. Private. Sources: (WHS Series 1200 box 195-3,12) (Naeseth ’46-71) “Natwick, Ole”