Category Archives: Company C

Civil War Letters of Henry H. Twining

On April 9, 1865, just hours after Robert E. Lee surrendered to Ulysses S. Grant and for all practical purposes ended the Civil War, the Eleventh Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiment charged across a hellish field of abatis, snarled debris, and … Continue reading

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Company C: Waterloo Rifles

Roster of the 11th Wisconsin Infantry, Co. C The “Waterloo Rifles” Abbreviations M.O.= Mustered Out. Cpl = Corporal Sgt = Sergeant Lt = Lieutenant Prom = Promoted Disch = Discharged Trans = Transferred Officers Name Rank Residence Date(Rank From) Remarks … Continue reading

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