14 April 1915

Company C, 62nd Illinois Volunteer Infantry

Submitted by: John and Cindy McCachern


Company „C‰ of the 62nd Illinois Infantry was largely made up of Clark County boys. From first to last there were about 150 men in the company, but the Captain Silas Overmyer, formerly of Marshall, now of Minneapolis, Mn, sends to Henry Millhouse, of Clarksville, the following list being a complete roll of the surviving members so far as known.

Gilbert O. Adams-Liberal, Mo
George Burger-Swan, Mo
George W.Carner-Iola, Ka
John W. Dawson-Soldiers Home, Mn
Preston Denton-Buffalo, IL
Charles Eastman-Waupaca, Wisconsin
James A. Elliott-National Home, Danville, IL
John M. English-Wichita, Ka
Herman, Finney-Advance, IL
George B. Foote-Bonner Springs, Ka
Perry W. Hadden-Topeka, Ka
James N. Harris-Mt. Vernon, IL
Joshua W. Hyde-Soldiers Home
David S. Martin-Atchison, Ka
John F. Maxey-Oblong, IL
Miles Merritt-Bossberg, Wa
Henry Millhouse-Marshall, IL
Joseph Mitchell-Ridgefarm, Indiana
John Mulligan-Lyons, Iowa
Oscar O. Bannon-Seward, Nebraska
Robert E. Parish-Covington, Indiana
Evander Pennell-Charleston, IL
Isaac, Redmon-Sumner, Washington
Peter Riley-Wakita, Oklahoma
William Ruyle-Kampsville, IL
Burrel A. Shoers-Trilla, IL
Christopher C. Showalter-St. Paul, Ka
William H,. Strader-Rigdon, Indiana
Charles J. Strain-Deerhead, Ka
John M. Wells-National Military House, Danville, IL
William O. Bannon-Golden, British Columbia, Canada
Noah Culp-Circleville, Ohio
Silas Overmyer-Minneapolis, Mn

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