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|1||Military-Civil War: Adam Huffstutter. |
The Aftermath of the Civil War: Based on investigations of War Crimes, by Wiley Britton. Experiences of Adam Huffstutter during the Civil War
|2||Military-Civil War: Cyrus Hofsteater/Hoffstetter |
Census of Veterans 1890 showing service for Cyrus in the Ohio Infantry
|3||Military-Civil War: Cyrus Hofsteater |
|4||Military-Civil War: David M. Hoffstatter |
Buried: Chattanooga National Cemetery. Pvt., US Infantry Ohio
|5||Military-Civil War: D. Huffstutter |
Indiana militia captured while defending Corydon, Harrison Co., IN from the Confederate Raider, John Hunt Morgan. 1863. [?sic David Huffstutter?] Which one?
|6||Military-Civil War: Hiram Hoffstatter |
3rd Minnesota Volunteer Infantry Regiment
|7||Minnesota, Goodhue County, Tombstone|
Cannon Falls Community Cemetery, Tombstone of Hiram Hoffstatter, Union Veteran of the Civil War. Served in Co. E, 3rd Minnesota Infantry
His grandson, Franklin Hine is also buried in this cemetery. He was the son of Hiram's eldest daughter, Nancy Katherine, who married Daniel Franklin Hine.
|8||Military-Civil War: John W. Hoffstatter |
Hatch's Battalion, Minnesota Volunteer Cavalry
|9||Minnesota, Goodhue County, Obituary |
John Hoffstatter, Northfield News, Cannon Falls, MN, 31 Dec 1920
|10||Military-Civil War: John Hoffstetter |
Pvt Co A, 23rd Wisconsin died of disease on the US Hospital Steamer D. A. January.
U.S., Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865 Record for John Huffstatter. The U.S. Army Hospital Steamer DA January was a side-wheel steamer that served as a floating hospital. Outfitted to allow for the best in patient care, it contained a surgical suite,…
|11||Military-Civil War: John Hoffstetter |
Internment Form, US National Cemetery, Memphis, Tennessee. Pvt Co A, 23rd Wisconsin,
|12||Military-Civil War: John Hofstater |
Union Pension. Susan (Hart) Hofstater, mother of John Hofstater who served in Co A, 23rd Wisconsin Infantry. He was killed at Vicksburg and she was given a pension for his military service.
|13||Military-Civil War: John Huffstutter |
Oath of Allegiance to the Union, 1862
Obion County, Tennessee. Union Citizens File of the United States Provost Marshall. Documents relating to civilians who came into contact with the Army during the Civil War, including deserters, thieves, and spies.
|14||Military-Civil War: John Huffstutter |
Union Army, Burial Record. John Huffstutter/Huffstetter served in the Union Army as a Pvt., 9th Indiana Infantry, Company B. Serving along with John in the same Company was Levi Huffstetter
|15||Military-Civil War: Levi Huffstutter |
Union Pension Record. Levi Huffstetter served in the Union Army as a Pvt., 9th Indiana Infantry, Company B. Also serving with him in this same Company was John Huffstetter.
|16||Military-Civil War: Levi Huffstutter |
Union Pension. Indiana State Journal (Indianapolis, IN) Wed Dec 16, 1896
|17||Military-Civil War: Levi Huffstutter |
Union Pension. Indiana State Journal (Indianapolis, IN) June 15, 1898
|18||Military-Civil War: Levi Huffstutter|
Widow Pension for his wife Mary E. Huffstutter
|19||Military-Civil War: Lewis Huffstutter |
A Civil War claim for $125.00 in reimbursement from the US government was turned in to the office of the United States Quartermaster General by Lewis Huffstutter under the War Claims act which ran from 1864-1884. Lewis Huffstutter's claim was one of the few which was successful. It took several appeals and almost twenty years for Lewis to receive…
|20||Military-Civil War: Lewis Huffstutter |
Claims allowed under act of July 4, 1864. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a list of claims allowed which have arisen under the act of July 4, 1864. January 24, 1885. -- Referred to the Committee on War Claims and ordered to be printed.
Date: Saturday, January 24, 1885;
Publication: Serial Set Vol. No.2302;
|21||Military-Civil War: Lewis Huffstutter |
Treasurer's accounts. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting copies of accounts rendered to and settled with the First Comptroller for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1886. December 9, 1886. -- Referred to the Committee on Expenditures in the Treasury Department and ordered to... Full Title
Date: Thursday, December 9,…
|22||Military-Civil War: Lewis Huffstutter |
List of private claims brought before the Senate of the United States from the commencement of the Forty-seventh Congress to the close of the Fifty-first Congress. Prepared under the direction of the Secretary of the Senate, pursuant to a resolution of the Senate of September 30, 1890. August... Full Title
Date: Tuesday, August 14,…
|23||Military-Civil War: Lewis Huffstutter |
Receipt for claim. An account of the receipts and expenditures of the United States for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1886. June 29, 1888. -- Referred to the Committee on Appropriations and ordered to be printed.
Date: Friday, June 29, 1888;
Publication: Serial Set Vol. No.2559;
Report: H.Exec.Doc. 382;
|24||Military-Civil War: Martin Crouch |
Union. Company D, 10th Kentucky Infantry
(son of Julia Huffstutter and Ambrose Crouch)
An account of the service of Martin Crouch written by Joe Creason and published in the Courier-Journal newspaper, Louisville, Kentucky. The same account was later published (page 170) in Crossroads and Coffee Trees by Joe Creason.
|25||Oregon, Douglas County, Tombstone|
Roseburg National Cemetery: Milton David Hoffstatter
|26||Military-Civil War: Milton G. Hoffstatter |
Death record from the Veteran's Home
|27||Military-Civil War: Rolla Hofsteater|
|28||Military-Civil War: William A. Huffstutter |
Oath of Allegiance to the Union--1862. William A. Huffstutter, of Obion County, Tennessee, son of Lewis and Nancy Huffstutter
|29||Military-Civil War: James Hoffstatter|
Co E, 19 Michigan Infantry
Buried Five Points Cemetery, Cass County, Michigan
|30||Military-Civil War: Cyrus Hofsteater |
Pvt, Co K, 14 Ohio Infantry, 31 Aug 1861- 2 Jul 1863
Pvt, Co G, 183 Ohio Infantry, 12 Oct 1864-14 Jul 1865
|31||Military-Civil War: David M. V. Hofsteater (Hoffstetter)|
Co. I, 99 Ohio Infantry
|32||Military-Civil War: James Hoffstatter|
Pension awarded to his mother, Mahala Collins Hofstatter, 5 Jun 1879 for James' service in Co E., 19 Mich. Inf.
|33||Military-Civil War: John W. Hoffstatter, pension|
Dated 3 Dec 1910 for Civil War service Co F, 1 Minnesota Infantry
|34||Military-Civil War: Milton G. Hoffstatter, pension|
For service in the Civil War, Co F, 1 Battalion 13 N.D. Inf, Gen. Service U.S.A., dated 6 Feb 1901, Oregon