Sgt. Abraham “Abraim” Linderman

Aunt Lizzie A. Loftus, Old Linderman Home Place, 231 E. Mark St., Winona, MN

My maternal Third Great Grandfather served in the Civil War in Illinois first as a Pvt. and then he was promoted to Sgt. He served in the 9th. Illinois Infantry as a Pvt. and the 117th. Regiment Infantry from Illinois. Moved to Winona, Winona, Minnesota in April 1856 from Kane County, Illinois. He and my third great grandmother, Mary Hammell Linderman married in 26 November 1835 in Newfield, Tompkins County, New York. They homesteaded at 231 East Mark Street, Winona, Winona, Minnesota, resided together up until their deaths.  

Linderman , Abraham
BATTLE UNIT NAME:9th Regiment, Illinois Infantry (3 months, 1861)

SIDE: Union COMPANY: I

SOLDIER’S RANK IN:Private

SOLDIER’S RANK OUT:Private

ALTERNATE NAME:

FILM NUMBER: M539 ROLL 53

PLAQUE NUMBER:

NOTES:none

Linderman , Abraham

BATTLE UNIT NAME:117th Regiment, Illinois Infantry

SIDE:Union

COMPANY:F

SOLDIER’S RANK IN:Sergeant

SOLDIER’S RANK OUT:Sergeant

ALTERNATE NAME:A./Linderman

FILM NUMBER: M539 ROLL 53

PLAQUE NUMBER:

NOTES:none

ABRAHAM LINDERMAN WAS A UNION [YANKEE] SOLDIER, A PRIVATE, COMPANY I, OF THE 9th. ILLINOIS INFANTRY, IN THE CIVIL WAR. THE CIVIL WAR BEGAN IN APRIL 1861.
THE NINTH BRIGADE INFANTRY MOVED FROM SPRINGFIELD, SAGAMON COUNTY, ILLINOIS ON 26 APRIL 1861, TO CAIRO, ALEXANDER COUNTY, ILLINOIS ON 1 MAY 1861.
HE WAS UNDER THE COMMAND OF COLONELS: ELEAZER A. PAINE [USMA; BRIG. GENERAL], AUGUST MERSEY [BVT. B.G.], AND SAMUEL T. HUGHES.
THE 9th. HAD MORE MEN KILLED THAN ANY OTHER ILLINOIS REGIMENT. HE WAS UNDER THE COMMAND OF CAPTAIN WARDELL GUTHIN. THE NINTH BRIGADE SUFFERED FROM THE CHANGING CLIMATE, BAD WATER, AND POOR CLOTHING.
DURING THE CIVIL WAR SOLDIERS IN THE INFANTRY ONLY MADE $11.00 MONTH, AND THE CAVALRY ONLY RECEIVED $12.00 A MONTH.
THE REGIMENT LOST 9 MEN TO DISEASE BETWEEN APRIL AND JULY 1861. THE NINTH REGIMENT SERVED GARRISON DUTY AT “FORT DEFIANCE” IN CAIRO, ALEXANDER COUNTY, ILLINOIS.

9th Illinois Volunteer Infantry
The 9th Regiment Illinois Volunteer Infantry was an infantry regiment that served in the Union Army during the American Civil War.
Service

The 9th Illinois Infantry was organized at Springfield, Illinois and mustered into Federal service on April 26, 1861 for a three month enlistment.
The regiment was mustered out on July 26, 1861.
Total strength and casualties

The regiment suffered 9 enlisted men who died of disease, for a total of 9 fatalities.
Commanders: Colonel Eleazar A. Paine – Mustered out with the regiment.

List of Illinois Civil War Units
Illinois in the American Civil War
The Civil War Archive:
name:Abraham Linderman
rank:
company:I
regiment:9
state:Illinois
arm of service:Infantry
date of filing:
state/arm of service:
company/regiment:
publication title:Organization Index to Pension Files of Veterans Who Served Between 1861 and 1900
nara publication number:T289
publisher:National Archives and Records Administration
collection title:Civil War Pensions

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