104th Illinois Volunteer Infantry,

Company H

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Enlisted Men of the 104th Illinois



Cyrus H. Makeever
Co. D

Sent to Insane Hospital at Nashville, discharged for mental imbecility




Murray Kirkpatrick
Co. D

An expert marksman

Congressional Medal of Honor
(Elk River)


Henry E. Price
Co. D

Wounded at Hartsville and Kennesaw Mountain. Killed at Peach Tree Creek.



William M. Wilson
Co. E

Wounded at Peach Tree Creek

Charles H. Brown
Co. E

... a crack shot.

William H. Conard
Co. E

Wounded at Peach Tree Creek



John Wallace
Co. E

Wounded at Chickamauga and captured.

Charles B. Ruger
Co. E

Wounded at Mission Ridge,
Mortally wounded at Atlanta.

James D. Lawrence
Co. E

... always did his duty.



George W. Dicus
Co. H

Ancestor of John Ertzgaard
[Photo courtesy of John Ertzgaard]
gr-grandson of George W. Dicus

George W. Dicus' name is listed as 'Diens' in the Adjutant General's Report and includes no residence. He was from Wenona, Illinois. He is listed correctly in the regimental history by W. W. Calkins 1895. George is buried in Wenona Cemetery and was a member of GAR Post 232 of that town. After the war he moved to Streator to be a blacksmith. He had served as a blacksmith while in service.

Davidson McCampbell
Co. B
Principal Musician

Ancestor of Robert Kroon
[Photo courtesy of Robert Kroon]

Captured at Chickamauga on September 20, 1863 and imprisoned  at Andersonville. Died at Andersonville on July 10, 1864. Buried in Section J, Grave #3100.




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