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Re: Looking for any WESLE relations

Posted: 4 Jun 2006 10:19PM GMT
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Ancestry.com American Civil War Soldiers Record

Name: Conrad Hoppe ,
Residence: Herman, Wisconsin
Enlistment Date: 21 August 1862
Distinguished Service: DISTINGUISHED SERVICE
Side Served: Union
State Served: Wisconsin
Unit Numbers: 3079 3079
Service Record: Enlisted as a Wagoner on 21 August 1862
Enlisted in Company C, 27th Infantry Regiment Wisconsin on 21 August 1862.
Transferred Company C, 27th Infantry Regiment Wisconsin on 18 June 1864
Transfered in on 18 June 1864.
Mustered out on 08 July 1865
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American Civil War Regiments Record

Regiment: 27th Infantry Regiment WI
Date Mustered: 05 August 1865
Regiment Type: Infantry
Enlisted Died of Disease or Accident: 0
Officers Died of Disease or Accident: 22
Enlisted Killed or Mortally Wounded: 5
Regimental Soldiers and History: List of Soldiers

Regimental History
Twenty-seventh Infantry
WISCONSIN
(3-YEARS)


Twenty-seventh Infantry. -- Col., Conrad Krez; Lieut.-Cols.,
John J. Brown, Ten Eyck G. Olmsted; Majs., Ten Eyck G.
Olmsted, Charles H. Cunningham.

This regiment was organized at Camp Sigel, Milwaukee, in the fall of 1862 was mustered in March 7, 1863, and left the state March 16 for Columbus, Ky., for garrison duty.

It made an expedition to Cape Girardeau to expel Confederate raiders and was sent to Snyder's bluff in June, for the siege of Vicksburg. It was attached to the 2nd brigade, 3d division, 16th corps, and remained at Snyder's bluff until after the capitulation of Vicksburg.

It then moved to Helena and on Aug. 13 was sent to Little Rock, where it remained until March 1864. It joined Gen. Steele's Camden expedition as part of the 3d brigade, 3rd division, 7th corps; was in a skirmish near the little Missouri river on the march to Camden; took part in the action at Prairie d' Ane; fought at Jenkins' ferry; then returned to Little Rock until Oct. 3 when it was ordered to reinforce Gen. Clayton at Pine Bluff.

It returned to Little Rock on the 22nd and was detailed for railroad guard duty in which it was engaged until Feb. 1865, when it was ordered to New Orleans and assigned to the 3d brigade, 3rd division, 13th army corps. It took position in the trenches before Spanish Fort March 27 and remained there until the evacuation, when it was then sent to McIntosh bluff.

After the surrender of the enemy there it was sent to Mobile and from there to Brazos Santiago, Tex., on June 1. It was mustered out at Brownsville, Tex., Aug. 2, 1865.

Its original strength was 865. Gain by recruits, 328;
substitutes, 3; total, 1,196. Loss by death, 246; missing, 4; desertion, 56; transfer. 57; discharge 248; mustered out 585.

Source: The Union Army, vol. 4, p. 62

Battles Fought

Fought on 06 June 1863.
Fought on 03 April 1864 at Okolona, AR.
Fought on 10 April 1864 at Prairie D'Ann, AR.
Fought on 30 April 1864 at Jenkins' Ferry, AR.
Fought on 21 May 1864 at Pine Bluff, AR.
Fought on 28 March 1865 at Spanish Fort, AL.
Fought on 31 March 1865 at Spanish Fort, AL.
Fought on 03 April 1865 at Spanish Fort, AL.
Fought on 05 April 1865 at Spanish Fort, AL.
Fought on 08 April 1865 at Spanish Fort, AL.
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Also:

http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/roster/results.asp?image_id=...

http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/roster/
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This seems to be Conrad Hoppe and his father and sister immigrating in 1853


Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s Record

Name: Conrad Hoppe
Year: 1853
Age: 15
Place: New York
Source Publication Code: 1133.48
Primary Immigrant: Hoppe, Conrad
Source Bibliography: CASSADY, MICHAEL. "Wisconsin-Bound Passengers on Bark Kopler." In Wisconsin State Genealogical Society Newsletter, vol. 29:1 (June 1982), p. 26; vol. 29:2 (Sept. 1982), p. 27.
Page: 26


Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s Record

Name: Fritz Hoppe
Year: 1853
Age: 56
Place: New York
Source Publication Code: 1133.48
Primary Immigrant: Hoppe, Fritz
Source Bibliography: CASSADY, MICHAEL. "Wisconsin-Bound Passengers on Bark Kopler." In Wisconsin State Genealogical Society Newsletter, vol. 29:1 (June 1982), p. 26; vol. 29:2 (Sept. 1982), p. 27.
Page: 26

Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s Record

Name: Bertha Hoppe
Year: 1853
Age: 13
Place: New York
Source Publication Code: 1133.48
Primary Immigrant: Hoppe, Bertha
Source Bibliography: CASSADY, MICHAEL. "Wisconsin-Bound Passengers on Bark Kopler." In Wisconsin State Genealogical Society Newsletter, vol. 29:1 (June 1982), p. 26; vol. 29:2 (Sept. 1982), p. 27.
Page: 26
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