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TJENTLAND, Iver William

WI 15th Inf Co E. Residence: Moscow, Iowa County, Wisconsin. Born in Aardal Annex of Hjelmeland Parish, Ryfylke, Norway, on 12 Jul 1828. Was a non-commissioned officer in the Jedder Company of the Stavanger Corps. Attended the Underofficer School in Kristiansand for two years. Came to America and became a farmer at Moscow. Civil War: He was a frail man, unfit for war, so he worked to enlist others in the 15th. When Company E was being organized, the soldiers he had recruited wanted him to lead them. They elected him Captain. He turned down the honor because of his poor health and his inability to speak English. He did accept the second position, that of First Lieutenant. Age 33. Married. Enlisted 9 Dec 1861, as First Lieutenant. Mustered 10 Dec 1861 at Madison, Wisconsin. His health forced him to ask for a discharge. He resigned on 3 Sep 1862 and moved back to his Iowa County farm. Died 24 Oct 1901. Buried at York, Blanchardville, Wisconsin. Sources: (WHS Series 1200 box 76-7; red book vol 20 p70) (Buslett p463) (TAR) (Ager p270, photo; p303) (Gjertveit) (Wisconsin Cemetery Records) “Chantland, Iver”


WI 15th Inf Co E. Residence: Primrose, Dane County, Wisconsin. Civil War: Farmer. Age 19. Unmarried. Blue eyes, blond hair, fair complexion, 5’6”. Enlisted for three years on 1 Nov 1861 at Dane County. Mustered 8 Dec 1861 at Madison, Wisconsin. Private. Left sick at Bird's Point, Missouri, 14 Mar 1862; moved to hospital at Mound City, Illinois, 18 Mar 1862. On 3 Jun 1862, he was listed as still at Mound City. Later, reported to be absent without leave. Found to be sick at Bowling Green, Kentucky, on 4 Nov 1862. Sent to General Field Hospital near Murfreesboro, Tennessee, on 20 Mar 63. Died there of chronic diarrhea on 15 May 1863. Buried in National Cemetery at Stone's River, Tennessee; section J, grave 428. Sources: (WHS Series 1200 box 76-7; red book vol 20 p78) (Buslett p494) (TAR) (Ulvestad p336) (Ager p306) “Tjerans, Johannes”