144th Illinois Infantry
Adjutant General's Report
The One Hundred and Forty-fourth Infantry was organized at Alton, in 1864, as a one year Regiment. It was mustered into the service October 21. Its strength, 1,159. Notwithstanding diligent effort was made to obtain historical mention of the services of the Regiment, none was sent into the office and hence it was not in our power to say anything authentic concerning the campaign of the Regiment.
Its record in the office, however, shows that it was mustered out of the service July 14, 1865.
Transcribed by Pat Hageman
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