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STEALSON, Thomas

MN 1st Inf Co E. Residence not shown. Born in Norway. Civil War: Age 23. Enrolled 29 Apr 1861. Mustered the same day. Private. Wounded at Gettysburg. Discharged from the service for disability 16 Feb 1864. Sources: (MINN p38) (MCIW p57)

STEDJE, Jens

Residence: Stoughton, Dane County, Wisconsin. From Stedje in Sogndal in Sogn, Norway. Spanish-American War: Lieutenant. Came back alive. Post war: Sources: (Ulvestad p258) (VGC, Minneapolis Tidende, 23 Mar 1916)

STEDJE, Ole O.

Residence: Stoughton, Dane County, Wisconsin. Born 5 Sep 1835 in Sogndal, Bergen Parish, Norway. Came to America at age 20. Stayed two years in Wisconsin and went to New Orleans. Sailed to Australia. Stayed two years. Went to England, then to New Orleans. At outbreak of the war, he moved to Dane County, Wisconsin. Civil War: Private. Served in the Army Quartermaster department. Post war: He moved to Iowa for three years and then to Fillmore County, Minnesota. Lived at Amherst, Minnesota. Elected to the Minnesota legislature in 1879. Married in 1886 to Anna Gjerdre of Dane County, Wisconsin. One child. Sources: (Ulvestad p330) (“History of the Scandinavians in the United States” by O. N. Nelson, publ. in Minneapolis, 1893, p597)

STEEN, Andreas

From Toten, Norway. Civil War: Private. Post war: Lived in Lincoln County, South Dakota. Sources: (Ulvestad p330)

STEEN, Andrew

From Tønsæt, Osterdalen, Norway. Civil War: Private. Post war: Lived in Knox, North Dakota. Sources: (Ulvestad p330)

STEEN, Carl

From Toten, Norway. Civil War: Private. Wounded. Post war: Lived at Woodville, Iowa. Sources: (Ulvestad p330)

STEEN, Charles A.

MN 1st Inf Co A. Residence: Decorah, Winneshiek County, Iowa. Born 20 Aug 1836 (Birth date on cemetery stone is “30 Aug”) near Oslo, Norway, son of Throne and Ingeborg (Terptad) Steen, who settled in Glenwood Township, east of Decorah. He was one of six Steen brothers to serve in the Civil war. Charles had been working in St. Paul before the war, working for Minnesota Governor Ramsey. Civil War: Charles Steen enlisted for three years on 12 Apr 1861, on the first day enlistments were accepted in Minnesota. Age 26. Mustered as Private at Fort Snelling, Minnesota, 29 Apr 1861. Advanced to Corporal, Sergeant and then First Sergeant. Took part in the battles of Bull Run, Virginia, Jul 1861; Marvin Hill, Fair Oaks and Seven Pines, Virginia; Antietam, Maryland, Sep 1862; Fredericksburg, Virginia, Dec 1862; Chancellorsville and Spottsylvania, Virginia, 1863; and Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. He was wounded in the Battle of Gettysburg, 2 Jul 1863, a minie ball through his left thigh. His leg was amputated in a hospital at Gettysburg. He was discharged from the service 3 May 1864. Post war: Married Karen “Carrie” M. Paulson (17 Aug 1843-23 Oct 1925) on 21 Mar 1867 at Decorah. Two children. He became Winneshiek County, Iowa, Recorder, serving from 1874 until 1877 when he died. His death was due to his war wound never having fully healed. Died 31 Jul 1877 at Decorah. Buried at Decorah Lutheran Cemetery. Sources: (MINN p20) (MCIW p51) (DGA) (Ulvestad p261) (“History of the Steen Family” by Orlando C. Scholl, publ. 1964) (“Past and Present of Winneshiek County, Iowa” by Edwin C. Bailey, publ. Chicago 1913, Vol I, p312) (KJR).

STEEN, Conrad

MN Hatch's Independent Cavalry Battalion Co B. Residence: Watertown, Minnesota. Born in Germany. Civil War: Age 30. Enrolled 1 Aug 1863. Mustered 10 Aug 1863. Private. Served in Indian and Civil wars. Discharged from the service per order 15 Aug 1864. Sources: (MINN p766) (MCIW p605) (Ulvestad p330)

STEEN, Henry

IA 12th Inf Co G. Residence: Decorah, Winneshiek County, Iowa. Born 20 Sep 1843 near Oslo, Norway, one of the six Civil War sons of Throne and Ingeborg (Terptad) Steen of Glenwood Township, east of Decorah, Iowa. Came to America in 1853. Civil War: Age 18. He enlisted for three years on 21 Oct 1861. Mustered 5 Nov 1861 at Dubuque, Iowa. Private. The 12th Iowa was part of the 15th and 16th Army Corps of the Army of Tennessee. Steen took part in battles for Fort Henry and Fort Donelson, Feb 1862. Missing in battle of Shiloh, Tennessee, on 6 Apr 1862 and captured by Rebel forces. He was sent to Libby prison in Richmond, Virginia. Paroled 28 May 1862. Was back with his company by 31 Aug 1862. Took part in the siege of Vicksburg, Mississippi, Jul 1863, and the capture of Jackson, Mississippi, Aug 1863. Re-enlisted as a Veteran Volunteer 25 Dec 1863 and re-mustered 5 Jan 1864. Promoted to Corporal 11 Feb 1864. Fought in the battles of Nashville, Tennessee, 13-14 Dec 1864; Spanish Fort, Alabama, 12 Apr 1865 Fort Blakeley, Alabama, and the capture of Mobile, Alabama. Mustered out 20 Jan 1866, at Memphis, Tennessee. Post war: He married Mrs. Inger Admundson (Chilson?) on 17 May 1866 at Decorah. Five children. Inger died 7 Jan 1882. Henry became a merchant in Oakland, Nebraska. He married Emma Lucille Sprauge on 15 Sep 1885 at Golden Spring, Nebraska. Two children. Later, he moved to Manassas, Virginia, where he worked as a guard at the Mannassas National Battlefield Park. From there, he moved to the state of Washington. In 1925, he entered the Soldier’s Home in Retsil, Washington. Died aged 94 on 21 Mar 1938 at Retsil. Buried in Old Soldiers Cemetery at Retsil. Sources: (ISW-II p531) (”Steen Family History” by Orlando C. Scholl, publ. 1964) (DGA obituaries) (Winneshiek County Marriage Records)

STEEN, John

From Ringerike, Norway. Civil War: Private. Post war: Died at Steen, Rock County, Minnesota (before 1907). Sources: (Ulvestad p330)

STEEN, John

IA 12th Inf Co G. Residence: Decorah, Winneshiek County, Iowa. Born 20 Oct 1841 near Oslo, Norway, one of the six Civil War sons of Throne and Ingeborg (Terptad) Steen of Glenwood Township, east of Decorah, Iowa. Civil War: Age 20. Enlisted for three years on 21 Oct 1861. Mustered 1 Nov 1861 at Dubuque, Iowa. Private. Took part in the battles for Fort Henry and Fort Donelson, Tennessee, in Feb 1862. Missing in action in the battle of Shiloh, Tennessee, 6 Apr 1862. He had been captured and sent to Libby prison in Richmond, Virginia. Exchanged 31 Oct 1862. Promoted Corporal 29 Apr 1863. Took part in the siege of Vicksburg, Mississippi, Jul 1863. Re-enlisted as a Veteran Volunteer on 31 Dec 1863. Promoted Quartermaster Sergeant 1 Jan 1864. Fought in the battles of Tupelo, Mississippi, 13-15 Jul 1864; Spanish Fort, Alabama, 12 Apr 1864; Fort Blakeley, Alabama, and the capture of Mobile, Alabama. Mustered out 20 Jan 1866, at Memphis, Tennessee. Post war: He married Marie Louise Hough on 10 Sep 1870 at Decorah. Four children. Went to Omaha, Nebraska, after the war and worked as a mail clerk on an Omaha to Council Bluffs, Iowa, train. In 1877, he moved to Wahoo, Nebraska, and opened a hardware store with his brother, Otto. He became Postmaster of Wahoo in the early Eighties. After retiring from his post office career and his hardware business, he moved to Boise, Idaho. Died 23 Mar 1923 at Wahoo. Buried at Sunrise Cemetery in Wahoo. Sources: (ISW-II p531) (Ulvestad p261) (DGA) (“Steen Family History” by Orlando C. Scholl, publ. 1964)

STEEN, John P.

WI 50th Inf Co K. Residence: Lindina, Juneau County, Wisconsin. Born in Norway. Civil War: Blacksmith. Age 23. Blue eyes, brown hair, fair complexion, 5’6¼”. Enlisted for one year on 11 Apr 1865 at La Crosse, Wisconsin. Mustered there the same day. Bounty $100, $33.33 paid. Private. Transferred here from WI 53rd Inf Sources: (WHS Series 1200 box 195-11,13)

STEEN, Martin T.

IA 38th Inf Co E. Residence: Decorah, Winneshiek County, Iowa. Born near Oslo, Norway, on 13 Feb 1834. One of the sons of Throne [1802-1865] and Ingeborg (Terptad) [1804-1888] Steen of Glenwood Township, east of Decorah, Iowa. Civil War: Age 28. Enlisted for three years on 14 Aug 1862. Mustered 4 Nov 1862 at Dubuque, Iowa. Private. Fought in the siege of Vicksburg, Mississippi, in July 1863. Took part in the assault on Fort Morgan in 1864. Promoted Sergeant 1 Jul 1864. Transferred to Iowa 34th & 38th Infantry Consolidated, Company K, on 1 Jan 1865. He also was in the battles of Spanish Fort, Alabama, and Fort Blakeley, Alabama. Wounded at Fort Blakeley. Took part in the capture of Mobile, Alabama, in Apr 1865. Mustered out 15 Aug 1865, at Houston, Texas. Post war: He went to Buena Vista County, Iowa. Married Martha Marie Blilie, daughter of Peder and Marie Blilie, on 19 Jun 1871 at Buena Vista. Ten children. In 1875, he moved to Lake Mills, Iowa. Farmed until retiring in 1907. Died 16 Jan 1918 in Frankville Township near Decorah, Iowa, of a stroke suffered four days earlier. Buried at Pontoppidan Lutheran Cemetery, Glenwood Township, near Decorah. Sources: (ISW-V p486,920) (“Steen Family History” by Orlando C. Scholl, publ. 1964) (Ulvestad p261) (DGA obituary) “Stein, Martin”

STEEN, Ole

From Ringerike, Norway. Civil War: Private. Post war: Died at Steen, Rock County, Minnesota (before 1907). Sources: (Ulvestad p330)

STEEN, Ole I.

Born in Osterdalen, Norway. Civil War: Post war: Went to Norman County, Minnesota, about 1880. Married Lena Larson of Elkader, Iowa, about 1885. Six children. Sources: (Norman County History Book”, section written by Fern Skare Steen)

STEEN, Ole P.

WI 4th Cav Co D. Residence: Neenah, Juneau County, Wisconsin. Born in Norway. Civil War: Blacksmith. Age 28. Unmarried. Blue eyes, blond hair, light complexion, 5’5½”. Enlisted for three years on 21 Mar 1864 at Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Mustered there the same day. Private. Discharged from the service 30 Nov 1865 by order of the War Department. Sources: (WHS red book vol 4a p108)

STEEN, Otto

From Toten, Norway. Civil War: Private. Lived at Lincoln County, South Dakota. Sources: (Ulvestad p330)

STEEN, Otto F.

WI 15th Inf Co K. Residence: Glenwood Township, Winneshiek County, Iowa. Born 21 Jan 1846 near Oslo, Norway. Came to America in 1853 with his parents Throne and Ingeborg (Terptad) Steen who settled in Glenwood Township, east of Decorah, Iowa. There were eight Steen brothers and six of them were in the Union Army. Civil War: Unmarried. Enlisted for three years on his 16th birthday, 21 Jan 1862, in Winneshiek County, and mustered at Madison, Wisconsin, 11 Feb 1862. Private. Otto was his regiment’s youngest man. He was promoted to Corporal 1 Jul 1862. He was with the provisions transport from Stevenson, Alabama, in October 1863. Was on recruiting duty in December 1863. Took part in the battles of Perryville, Kentucky, Oct 1862; Stone’s River, 31 Dec 1862 and 1 Jan 1863; Chickamauga, Sep 1863; Missionary Ridge, 1863. Promoted to Sergeant on 1 Apr 1864. Wounded and taken prisoner in the battle at New Hope Church, Georgia, 27 May 1864. Was a prisoner in Andersonville, Georgia, for nine months. When he was liberated on 25 Feb 1865, he was said to be very frail, little more than skin and bones. Mustered out at Madison, Wisconsin, 14 Apr 1865. Post war: He went to Wahoo, Nebraska, and operated a hardware store with his brother, John. He married Emma C. Hough Young [1849-1943] on 22 Jul 1874 at Eldorado, Iowa. They had four children. Emma came into the marriage with a daughter from her first marriage. They moved to Boise, Idaho, in 1916. Otto died 3 Sep 1930 at Boise and was buried at Morris Hill Cemetery in Boise. Emma, born in Norway in 1849, died in Boise in 1943. Sources: (WHS Series 1200 box 76-12; red book vol 20 p14) (Ulvestad p261) (Buslett p643 photo) (DGA) (Ager p221, photo; p319) (“Steen Family History” by Orlando C. Scholl, publ. 1964) ancestry.com) (Obituary, Idaho Statesman, Boise ID, 4 Sep 1830)

STEEN, Rufus

NB 1st Inf Co K. Residence: Omaha, Nebraska. Rufus Floyd Steen was born in Omaha, Nebraska, 20 Apr 1875, the son of Civil War veteran Otto Steen and his wife, Emma. Spanish-American War: Private. Post war: Lived for a time in San Antonio, Texas. Married Althea Helen Ott [1886-1933] on 20 Apr 1922. They lived in Boise, Idaho. He died 20 Apr 1943 and is buried in Morris Hill Cemetery. Sources: (Ulvestad p330)

STEEN, T. P.

See STONE, T. P.

STEEN, Theodore

IA 12th Inf Co G. Residence: Decorah, Winneshiek County, Iowa. Born 20 Nov 1838 near Oslo, Norway. Theodore was one of the six Civil War sons of Throne and Ingeborg (Terptad) Steen of Glenwood Township, east of Decorah, Iowa. Civil War: Age 23. Enlisted 21 Oct 1861. Mustered 5 Nov 1861 at Dubuque as a Corporal. Took part in the capture of Fort Henry and Fort Donelson, Tennessee, in Feb 1862. Missing in battle 6 Apr 1862, Shiloh, Tennessee. He had been captured by Rebel forces and sent to Libby Prison, Richmond, Virginia. He was paroled 28 May 1862. Was released from parole on 31 Oct 1862. Was back on the company rolls November 1862, listed as "absent sick". As of January 1863, he was listed as present and on duty. Took part in the siege of Vicksburg, Mississippi; the capture of Jackson, Mississippi, Aug 1863; and the campaign for Meridian, Mississippi, in Nov 1863. Re-enlisted as a Veteran Volunteer 25 Dec 1863. Took part in the battle of Tupelo, Mississippi, 13-15 Jul 1864, and the battle of Nashville, Tennessee, 14-15 Dec 1864. Was in the battle for Spanish Fort, Alabama, 12 Apr 1865. Promoted Sergeant 1 Mar 1865; Mustered out 20 Jan 1866, at Memphis, Tennessee. Post war: Married Ellena Suckow on 28 May 1866 at Fort Dodge, Iowa. Two children. Lived in Buena Vista county, Iowa; then moved to Nebraska. Died 28 Sep 1880 at Omaha, Nebraska. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Wahoo, Nebraska. Sources: (ISW-II p531) (Ulvestad p261) (DGA) (“Steen Family History” by Orlando C. Scholl, publ. 1964)

STEEN, Theron H.

His parents were from Bo, Norway. Spanish-American War: Private. He was “Chief Bugler”. Sources: (Ulvestad p330)

STEENERSEN, Knud

From Hallingdal, Norway. Civil War: Private. Wounded. Post war: Lived at Fosston, Minnesota. Sources: (Ulvestad p330)

STEENERSEN, Knud

Born “Knut Steenersen Haugen” in Krodsherad, Norway in 1841. Came to America in 1849. Civil War: Private. Post war: Lived in Clayton County, Iowa. Sources: (Ulvestad p330) (Rokke)

STEENERSEN, Ole

His parents were from Telemarken, Norway. Spanish-American War: Private. Post war: Died at Dalton, Minnesota (before 1907). Sources: (Ulvestad p330)

STEENERSON, Arne

From Gudbrandsdalen, Norway. Civil War: Private. Post war: Lived in Reynolds, North Dakota. Sources: (Ulvestad p330)

STEENERSON, Even

Civil War: Private. Post war: Lived in Sherburne County, Minnesota. Sources: (Ulvestad p330)

STEENERSON, Halvor

MN 10th Inf. Civil War: Private. Died in Chicago, Illinois, in 1865. Sources: (Ulvestad p330)

STEENSBY, Erik C.

WI 15th Inf Co C. Residence: Norway Township, Racine County, Wisconsin. Civil War: Age 41. Married. Enlisted for three years on 31 Oct 1861 at Waterford, Wisconsin, and mustered at Madison, Wisconsin, on 2 Dec 1861. Private. Served on military police duty 20 Dec 1862. Sick in hospital at Murfreesboro from 16th to 26th of March 1863. Mustered out with C Company at 1 Jan 1865 at Chattanooga, Tennessee. Post war: Buried in Jefferson Prairie Cemetery, Clinton, Wisconsin. Sources: (WHS red book vol 20 p50) (Buslett p429) (Ulvestad p330) (Ager p300) (Meeker) (Hedberg) “Stensby, Erik” “Stensby, Erick O.” “Stensbye, Erick”

STEENSLAND, Asbjorn

WI 46th Inf Co F. Residence: Moscow, Iowa County, Wisconsin. Enlistment credited to Fulton, Rock County. Born 1833 at Steensland farm, Hjelmeland, Rogaland, Norway, a son of Erik Asbjornsen and Ingeborg Olsdatter. Came to America in 1854. Civil War: Age 31. Farmer. Married. Brown hair, light complexion, 5’7”. Enlisted for one year on 14 Feb 1865 at Madison, Wisconsin, and mustered there on 16 Feb 1865. Bounty $100, $33.33 paid. Private. On detached service at Indian Creek railroad since 23 Jun 1865. Mustered out with this Company on 27 Sep 1865 at Nashville, Tennessee. Post war: Lived at Moscow, Iowa County, in 1880, with his wife and eight children. He was a brother to Ole Steensland of WI 15th Inf Co E. Sources: (WHS Series 1200 box 186-7,12,22; red book vol 51) (Ulvestad p330) (email from Bjarne Jormeland, Tananger, Norway, forwarded by Scott Cantwell Meeker) “Steenland, Ashbyon E”

STEENSLAND, Ole

WI 15th Inf Co E. Residence: Moscow, Iowa County, Wisconsin. Ole Steensland was born 29 Apr 1842 at farm Steinsland in Hjelmeland, Rogaland, Norway, son of Erik Asbjornson, who was born 1799 in Aakre, Ullensvang, Hardanger, and his wife, Ingeborg Olsdatter, who was born 1809 at farm Borve in Ullensvang. They came to America in 1854. He was a brother of Asbjorn Steensland of WI 46th Inf Co F. Civil War: Age 19. Unmarried. Enlisted for three years on 28 Oct 1861 in Iowa County. Mustered 8 Dec 1861 at Madison, Wisconsin. Private. Missing in Battle of Chickamauga, Georgia, 20 Sep 1863. Taken up from missing on 30 Jun 1864, when it was learned that he was a prisoner of war in Richmond, Virginia. He spent more than 19 months in Libby and Andersonville prisons. He was exchanged out of Andersonville on 1 Apr 1865. Discharged 30 May 1865. Post war: Died at Blanchardville, Wisconsin, on 15 Aug 1902 and was buried at Perry, Daleyville, Wisconsin. Sources: (WHS Series 1200 box 76-7; red book vol 20 p78) (TAR) (Buslett p493) (Ulvestad p330) (Ager p166, photo; p306) (Gjertveit) (Wisconsin Cemetery Records) ancestry.com) (email from Bjarne Jormeland, Tananger, Norway, forwarded by Scott Cantwell Meeker) “Stensland, Ole”

STEENSON, Christian

IL 82nd Inf Co I. Residence: Chicago, Cook County, Illinois. Born in Bergen, Norway. Civil War: Clerk. Age 28. Unmarried. Blue eyes, light hair, fair complexion, 5’10”. Enlisted for three years on 15 Aug 1862 at Chicago. Mustered 29 Oct 1862 at Camp Butler, Illinois. Private. Mustered out 9 Jun 1865 at Washington, DC. Sources: (ILSA reel 7 p73)

STEENSON, Hans H.

IA 3rd Inf Co D. Residence: Winneshiek County, Iowa. Born “Hans Stensen Hauge” 1836 on a Hauge farm at Strandvik near Bergen, Norway. Came to Iowa in 1856. Applied for citizenship in 1859 in Winneshiek County. Civil War: Age 24. Enlisted on 20 May 1861 as a member of the “Decorah Guards”. Mustered 8 Jun 1861. Private. Killed in action on 6 Apr 1862 at Shiloh, Tennessee. Sources: (ISW-I p379) (Decorah Republican, 27 Jul 1865) (“Winneshiek County Volunteers”, Decorah Public Opinion, Tue., 18 Apr 1939 p2) (James Skurdall, Luther College, Decorah, Iowa. skurdaja@salamander.com) “Stenson, Hans H.” “Hauge, Hans”

STEENSRUD, Ole

Civil War: Post war: Buried at Vermont, Mt. Horeb, Wisconsin; stone reads “2 Sep 1827 – 17 Nov 1919”. Sources: (Wisconsin Cemetery Records) “Steensrud, Ole Andrias”

STEER, Christopher H.

IA 10th Inf Co K. Residence: Second Congressional District. Born in Denmark. Civil War: Age 26. Enlisted as a substitute on 27 Sep 1864. Mustered the same day. Private. Mustered out 22 May 1865 at New York City, New York. Sources: (ISW-II cd p113)

STEESON, Charles

CSS Alabama. CSA. Born in Sweden. Civil War: Able Seaman. Killed in action off Cherbourg, France, 19 Jun 1864. Sources: (www.borgerkrigen.info)

STEFFES, Reinert

WI 15th Inf Co F. Residence: Manitowoc County, Wisconsin. Civil War: Age 18. Unmarried. Enlisted for three years on 31 Dec 1861 at Manitowoc, Wisconsin, and mustered at Madison, Wisconsin, 5 Jan 1862. Private. Sick in Nashville, Tennessee, in Dec 1862. Taken prisoner at Chickamauga, Georgia, 20 Sep 1863, and died of chronic diarrhea in Andersonville Prison 3 Jul 1864. Buried there in grave 2814. Sources: (WHS Series 1200 box 76-8; red book vol 20 p92) (Buslett p518) (GPO p187) (“Prisoners who died at Andersonville Prison” Atwater List, publ 1865)

STEINSON, Andrew

See SIMPSON, Andrew.

STEINSON, Stein

See STANSON, Stein

STEINSRUD, Peter

IL 82nd Inf Co I. Residence: Chicago, Cook County, Illinois. Born in Christiane, Norway. Civil War: Goldsmith. Age 25. Unmarried. Blue eyes, light hair, fair complexion, 5’5”. Enlisted for three years on 28 Jul 1862 at Chicago. Mustered 29 Oct 1862 at Camp Butler, Illinois. Private. Mustered out 9 Jun 1865 at Washington DC Sources: (ILSA reel 7 p73) [Unsure of surname]

STEMGRIMSON, Jacob

IA 21st Inf Co D. Residence: Elkader, Iowa. Born in Norway. Civil War: Age 22. Enlisted 15 Aug 1862. Mustered 22 Aug 1862. Private. Killed in action 22 May 1863, Vicksburg, Mississippi. Sources: (ISW-III p538)

STENE, Carl Olson

WI. Civil War: Private. Killed in Action. Sources: (“Coon Valley”, publ 1928 by Upper Coon Valley Norwegian Lutheran Church.)

STENERSEN, Ole S.

WI 27th Inf Co H. Residence: Perry, Dane County, Wisconsin. Born in Christiansand, Norway. Civil War: Farmer. Age 19. Blue eyes, light hair, light complexion, 5’7½”, stout build. Enlisted for three years on 15 Aug 1862 at Perry. Mustered 25 Oct 1862 at Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Private. “Sick at Memphis since 25 Jul 1863”, from 31 Jul 1863 monthly report. Left sick on hospital boat at Paducah, Kentucky, 27 Jul 1863. Died of typhoid fever at hospital number three at Paducah, on 3 Sep 1863. Sources: (WHS Series 1200 boxes 129-10,19; 130-10, 131-4; red book vol 32) (Love p1104) “Stenerson, Ole”

STENERSON, Arnest

WI 3rd Inf Co I. Born in Norway. Civil War: Farmer. Age 27. Blue eyes, light hair, light complexion, 6’1”. Substitute. Enrolled for one year on 23 Aug 1864 at Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin, and mustered there that same day. Private. Discharged from the service 9 Jun 1865. Post war: Lived in Reynolds, Grand Forks County, North Dakota. Suffered “bad health”. Was receiving a pension. Sources: (WHS red book vol 9 p184) (WPA North Dakota Historical Data Project) “Stenerson, Arne”

STENERSON, Even

WI 33rd Inf Co H. Residence: Skinner, Rock County, Wisconsin. Born in Norway. Civil War: Farmer. Age 18. Unmarried. Blue eyes, brown hair, light complexion, 5’3”, light build. Enlisted for three years on 15 Aug 1862 at Plymouth, Wisconsin. Mustered 18 Oct 1862 at Racine, Wisconsin. Bounty paid at muster $25 (of $100 total). Private. “This soldier has been with his Reg’t in all its marches and battles.” Sources: (WHS Series 1200 box 151-10,14; red book vol 38) “Stinerson, Even”

STENERSON, Nils

See STENSON, Nils

STENERSON, Stener

US Army. Born in Norway, son of Steiner Turtledahl. First World War: Died on 14 Oct 1918 of flu at Camp Funston, Kansas, about age 24. Buried in Dell Rapids, South Dakota, Cemetery, lot 30, block 11, grave 3. Sources: (SDSHS WPA Veterans Cemetery Records, Minnehaha County)

STENGRIMSON, Jacob

IA 21st Inf Co D. Residence: Elkader, Iowa. Born in Sigdal, Norway. Civil War: Age 22. Enlisted 15 Aug 1862. Mustered 22 Aug 1862. Private. Killed in action 22 May 1863 at Vicksburg, Mississippi. Sources: (ISW-III cd) (Ulvestad p330)

STENISON, Canute

IA 16th Inf Co E. Residence: Iowa. Born in Norway. Civil War: Age 37. Enlisted 18 Nov 1864. Mustered 18 Nov 1864. Private. Mustered out 19 Jul 1865, Louisville, Kentucky. Post war: In 1885, Knut Stennerson was living in Sioux Rapids, Iowa. Sources: (ISW-II p1179) (XSS Iowa p316)

STENNERSON, Knut

See STENISON, Canute

STENSBY, Erick O.

See STEENSBY, Erik E.

STENSDAL, Lars

MN 2nd Battery. Civil War: Private. Post war: Dead (before 1907). Sources: (Ulvestad p330)

STENSEN, Henry

WI 27th Inf Co H. Residence: Perry, Dane County, Wisconsin. Born in Agerhus, Norway. Civil War: Farmer. Age 23. Blue eyes, light hair, light complexion, 5’6½”, stout build. Enlisted for three years on 15 Aug 1862 at Perry. Mustered 25 Oct 1862 at Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Private. Left sick at Helena, Arkansas, 13 Aug 1863. Absent sick at Little Rock, Arkansas, general hospital since 23 Mar 1864. Company records, dated 11 May 1865, show that Private Henry Stenson died of bronchitis and chronic dysentery “at his home” in Belleville, Dane County, Wisconsin, on 25 Jul 1864. Sources: (WHS Series 1200 boxes 129-10,17; 130-10, 131-4; red book vol 32) “Stenson, Henry”.

STENSHOL, Ludvig

MN 6th Inf. Indian War: Private. Sources: (Ulvestad p330)

STENSHOL, Ole

Civil War: Private. Was shot in the chest in Tennessee during the war. Sources: (Ulvestad p330)

STENSON, Nils

WI 15th Inf Co I. Residence: Chicago, Illinois. Born in Denmark. Civil War: Age 39. Unmarried. Carpenter. Blue eyes, light hair, light complexion, 5’7”. Enlisted for three years on 10 Oct 1861 at Chicago and mustered at Madison, Wisconsin, 15 Nov 1861 into Company A as a Corporal. Was with the provisions transport from Stevenson, Alabama, in October 1863. Was assigned as standard-bearer in 1864. Promoted to Sergeant on 1 Apr 1864. Wounded in an arm at New Hope Church, Georgia, 27 May 1864, and died of his wound in Chattanooga, Tennessee, 8 Jul 1864. Sources: (WHS Series 1200 boxes 76-11, 77-1; red book vol 20 p126) (Buslett p608) (Ulvestad p261) (Meeker) “Stenerson, Nils” “Steenson, Nils”

STENSON, Ole

See STONSON, Ole

STENSRIED, Ole A. A.

WI 43rd Inf Co I. Residence: Vermont, Dane County, Wisconsin. Enlistment credited to Dunn, Dane County. Born in Sondre Aurdal, Norway. Civil War: Farmer. Age 38. Married. Blue eyes, light hair, light complexion, 5’6”. Enlisted for one year on 2 Sep 1864 at Madison, Wisconsin. Mustered 12 Sep 1864 at Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Private. Wounded. Mustered out with his company on 24 Jun 1865 at Nashville, Tennessee. Post war: Died in Black Earth, Wisconsin (before 1907). Sources: (WHS Series 1200 box 178-10; red book vol 48; blue book 49) (Ulvestad p330) “Stensrud, Ole”

STENSRUD, Andreas

From Sondre Aurdal, Valders, Norway. Civil War: Private. Post war: Lived at Black Earth, Wisconsin. Sources: (Ulvestad p330)

STENSRUD, Petter

From Hamar, Norway. Civil War: Private. Post war: Lived at Caledonia, Minnesota. Sources: (Ulvestad p330)

STENSVEN, Michael

See LARSON, Michael

STEPHENSON, Theodore

WI 23rd Inf Co G. Civil War: Post war: Buried at Forest Hill, Madison, Wisconsin; stone reads “d. 18 Nov 1871, aged 25”. Sources: (Wisconsin Cemetery Records) (Hedberg)

STERNBERG, Andrew T.

WI 14th Inf Co I. Residence: Alma, Jackson County, Wisconsin. Born in Sweden. Civil War: Age 26. Farmer. Unmarried. Black eyes, brown hair, dark complexion, 5’4½”. Enlisted for three years on 19 Oct 1861 at Black River Falls, Wisconsin. Mustered 30 Jan 1862 at Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. Private. Was in the battle of Shiloh 7 Apr 1862. Was sent sick from Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee, to the general hospital in St. Louis on 30 Apr 1862. Died there of typhoid fever on 14 May 1862. Sources: (WHS vol 19, p176)

STEUGT, Henry

IL 25th Inf Co H. Residenced: Tuscola, Douglas County, Illinois. Born in Denmark. Civil War: Age 22. Miller. Unmarried. Blue eyes, auburn hair, light complexion, 5’7½”. Enlisted for three years on 27 Jul 1861 at Tuscola and mustered on 4 Aug 1861 at St. Louis, Missouri. Private. Mustered out on 1 Sep 1864 at Springfield, Illinois. Sources: (ILSA reel two p 31

STEVEND, Knud

MN Hv Arty 1st Reg Co D. Residence not shown. Born in Norway. Civil War: Age 24. Enrolled 2 Oct 1864. Mustered the same day. Private. Promoted to Sergeant 18 Nov 1864. Discharged from the service with his company, 27 Sep 1865. Sources: (MINN p585) (MCIW p622) (Ulvestad p261)

STEVENS, Ole E.

WI 50th Inf Co K. Residence: Strong’s Prairie, Adams County, Wisconsin. Born in Sogn, Norway. Civil War: Farmer. Age 24. Gray eyes, brown hair, dark complexion, 5’7½”. Enlisted (by Capt. Cooper) for one year on 8 Apr 1865 at La Crosse, Wisconsin. Mustered there the same day. Bounty $100, $33.33 paid. Private. Served in Indian and Civil wars. Promoted to Corporal. Transferred here from the WI 53rd Inf. Post war: In 1907, he was living in Hanley Falls, Minnesota. Sources: (WHS Series 1200 box 195-11,13) (Ulvestad p265).

STEVENS, Oliver

WI 12th Inf Co C. Residence: Dodgeville, Iowa County, Wisconsin. Born in Norway. Civil War: Age 28. Farmer. Unmarried. Blue eyes, light hair, sandy complexion, 6’1½”. Enlisted at Dodgeville. Mustered 18 Oct 1861. Private. Re-enlisted for three years on 24 Dec 1863 at Natchez, Mississippi. “Has been a faithful soldier.” Mustered out 16 Jul 1865. Private. Sources: (WHS Series 1200 box 58-15; red book vol 17, p50) “Stephens, Oliver”

STEVENS, Stephen J.

WI 52nd Inf Co D. Residence: Ashippun, Dodge County, Wisconsin. Born in Bergen, Norway. Civil War: Farmer. Age 20. Blue eyes, brown hair, dark complexion, 5’9”. Enlisted for one year on 14 (or 20) Mar 1865 at Madison, Wisconsin. Mustered there on 20 Mar 1865. Bounty $100, $33.33 paid. Private. Mustered out with his company on 28 Jul 1865 at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. Allowed to keep his gun and accoutrements, knapsack, haversack and canteen. Sources: (WHS Series 1200 box 200-5,7,18) (Allard E. Stevens, Granite Falls, Minnesota) [One sources indicates he had black eyes, dark hair.]

STEVENSEN, Benjamin

Civil War: Private. Post war: Died in Wilmington, Illinois Sources: (Ulvestad p330)

STEVENSEN, L. G.

From Voss, Norway. Civil War: Lieutenant. Post war: Lived in Grafton, North Dakota, in 1882. Sources: (Ulvestad p258)

STEVENSEN, Paul

Residence: Kendall County, Illinois. Civil War: Private. Killed in the Battle of Pea Ridge, Arkansas [7-8 Mar 1862]. Sources: (Ulvestad p330)

STEVENSON, Benjamin

IL 36th Inf Co F. Residence: Newark, Kendall County, Illinois. Born 14 Jul 1838 in Norway. Civil War: Farmer. Age 21. Unmarried. Blue eyes, light hair, fair complexion, 5’9”. Enlisted for three years on 13 Aug 1861 at Newark. Mustered 20 Aug 1861 at Aurora, Illinois. Private. Re-enlisted as a Veteran, 1 Jan 1864, at Blanes Cross Roads. Re-mustered 25 Jan 1864 at Chattanooga, Tennessee. Promoted to Corporal. Mustered out 8 Oct 1865 at New Orleans, Louisiana. Died 6 May 1898 in Millington, Tennessee. Buried 11 May 1898 in Millington-Newark Cemetery, Kendall County. Sources: (ILSA reel three p 72, 73) (Rootsweb “Veterans of the Civil War Burials in Kendall County”)

STEVENSON, Hugh

WI 27th Inf Co H. Residence: Christiania, Dane County, Wisconsin. Civil War: Age 39. Enlisted for three years on 11 Nov 1863 at Madison, Wisconsin, and mustered there on 13 Nov 1863. Died of chronic diarrhea on 13 Nov 1864 at Jefferson Barracks, St. Louis, Missouri. Sources: (WHS red book vol 32)

STEVENSON, Louis G.

IL 58th Inf Co E. Residence: Chicago, Cook County, Illinois. Born 12 Feb 1841 in Voss, Hordaland, Norway, son of Sjur Steffensen Gjerald and Anne Magnesdatter Sætre. Came to America on the “Ørnen”, which sailed from Bergen and arrived in New York on 2 Aug 1844. Came to LaSalle County, Illinois. Civil War: Merchant. Age 20. Unmarried. Gray eyes, light hair, light complexion, 5’10”. Enlisted for three years on 10 Nov 1861 at Chicago. Mustered 25 Dec 1861 at Camp Douglas, Illinois, as First Sergeant. Promoted to Second Lieutenant on 28 Mar 1863 at Camp Butler. Mustered 24 Jul 1863 at Cairo, Illinois. Transferred to Company D as Consolidator. Mustered out 24 Jun 1865 at Montgomery, Alabama. Post war: A veteran by this name was living in Lake Eunice, Becker County, Minnesota. He was a merchant in Kasson, Minnesota, then in Grafton, North Dakota. Studied law. Married Anna Sjursdatter Sætre. Sources: (ILSA reel 6 p30; reel 47-9 p80; reel 17 p48) (Ulvestad p330) (Naeseth ’44-844) Rootsweb.com/~mnbecker) “Gjerald, Lars Sjursen”

STEVENSON, Paul

IL 36th Inf Co F. Residence: Newark, Kendall County, Illinois. Born in Norway. Civil War: Farmer. Age 29. Unmarried. Blue eyes, dark hair, fair complexion, 5’10”. Enlisted for three years on 14 Aug 1861 at Newark. Mustered 20 Aug 1861 at Aurora, Illinois. Private. Killed 4 Mar 1862 in the Battle of Pea Ridge, Arkansas. Sources: (ILSA reel three p 72)

STEVERSON, Gunder

WI 28th Inf Co K. Residence: Primrose, Dane County, Wisconsin. Born in Norway. Civil War: Farmer. Married. Age 28. Blue eyes, light hair, light complexion, 5’8”, square build. Enlisted for three years on 21 Aug 1862 at Primrose. Mustered 14 Oct 1862 at Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Private. Died of disease in Dane County on 26 Jun 1863, while home on furlough. Sources: (WHS Series 1200 box 132-12,14; red book vol 33) (Love p1106)

STEVERSON, Stone

WI 7th Inf Co K. Residence: Turtle, Rock County, Wisconsin. Born in Norway. Civil War: Farmer. Age 35. Blue eyes, light hair, light complexion, 6’1½”. Enlisted for three years on 23 Aug 1861 at Beloit, Wisconsin. Mustered 2 Sep 1861 at Madison, Wisconsin. Private. Took part in the battles of Gainesville, the second Bull Run and South Mountain. Severely wounded in a foot on 14 Sep 1862 during the battle of South Mountain, Maryland. Sent to General Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland, and on 17 Feb 1863 he was discharged from the service from there as having been disabled due to his wounds. Sources: (WHS red book vol 12 p172) Ancestry.com “American Civil War Soldiers”) “Severson, Stone”