7th Michigan Cavalry

Roster of survivors of the Seventh Michigan Cavalry and muster out rolls of the regiment. Register Pub. Co. 1895.

Muster Out Roll of 7th Michigan Cavalry – Company F

Stephen B. Mann, Capt. James L. Carpenter, Capt. James L. Carpenter, 1st Lieut. Asa B. Isham, 1st Lieut. Winchester T. Dodge, George Ferris, 2nd Lieut. Charles Lyon, 2nd Lieut. Charles Lyon, 2nd Lieut. Almer Warner, 1st Lieut. William Phelps, Sergt. Irving Rose, Sergt. Harmon Smith, Sergt. Peter C. DeGraff, Sergt. Jasper Braden, Sergt. Asmas Hanson, …

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Muster Out Roll of 7th Michigan Cavalry – Company E

Wellington Willits, Capt. George W. McCormick, Capt. John A. Clark, 1st Lieut. William H. Fisher, 1st Lieut. Henry Canfield, 1st Lieut. Roswell Holmes, 2nd Lieut. Henry Canfield, 2nd Lieut. Albert Crane, Sergt. Allen B. Hanson, Sergt. Harvey Hyde, Sergt. Rufus I. Neal, Sergt. Daniel O. Vaughn, Sergt. David Genney, Sergt. Bateman, Byron C. Baldwin, Henry …

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Muster Out Roll of 7th Michigan Cavalry – Company D

George A. Armstrong, Capt. James G. Birney, Capt. John Q. A. Sessions, 1st Lieut. Daniel W. Littlefield, 2nd Lieut. Edwin Knight., 2nd Lieut. Erastus B. Crocker, 2nd Lieut. Vincent H. Bowles, 2nd Lieut. Henry Nevins, 2nd Lieut. Henry F. Thomas, Sergt. Albert Shotwell, Sergt. Hiram J. Covey, Sergt. John Mitchel, Sergt. Isaac Wilcox, Sergt. Martin …

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Muster Out Roll of 7th Michigan Cavalry – Company C

Daniel H. Darling, Capt. Joseph J. Newman, Capt. John H. Hamlin, Capt. Bradley M. Thompson, 1st Lieut. Robert Sproul, 1st Lieut. George W. McCormick, 1st Lieut. Erastus B. Crocker, 1st Lieut. James G. Birney, 2nd Lieut. Charles M. Holton, 2nd Lieut. William H. Carpenter, 2nd Lieut. William J. Cameron, Sergt. William Van Voorhees, Sergt. James …

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Muster Out Roll of 7th Michigan Cavalry – Company B

Linus F. Warner, Capt. Rolla Glover, Capt. Elliot Gray, 1st Lieut. James C. Boughton, 2nd Lieut. George W. Stoneburner, 2nd Lieut. Phillip Dillingham, Sergt. Albert McLouth, Sergt. Orford John, Sergt. David L. Gould, Sergt. Kellogg B. Martindale, Sergt. Edward House, Corp. George H. Heddon,Corp. Norman H. Badger, Corp. William Millson, Corp. Rogers Pane, Corp. Hiram …

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Muster Out Roll of 7th Michigan Cavalry – Company A

Alexander Walker, Capt. W. H. Fisher, Capt. George G. Briggs, 1st Lieut. James B. Loomis, 1st Lieut. G. E. Smith, 1st Lieut. Franklin P. Nichols, 2nd Lieut. Calyin C. House, 2nd Lieut. Henry L. Anthony, Sergt. William G. Graham, Sergt. William H. H. Knight, Sergt. Marshall Bellinger, Sergt. Albert E. Cains, Sergt. Gilbert C. Perine, …

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Muster Out Roll of 7th Michigan Cavalry – Un-Assigned Seventh Cavalry

Anderson, Henry Aldrich, Stephen L. Avery, Charles Ackley, Albert J. Alexander, Richard Armstrong, James W. Annabel, Edwin Backus, Jacob Bagley, Charles H. Baker, Henry C. Bremant, Norman Bishop, Charles E. Brown, John W. Burham, William Bostie, George Calkins, John Casside, Michael Loomis, Amos Lestie, Edward Leiseneing, Oscar Lee, William McRidenan, John Miller, Carl Metley, George …

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Battles of the 7th Michigan Cavalry

Participated during the Civil War. 1. Hanover, Virginia, June 30, 1863. 2. Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July. 3, 1863. 3. Hagerstown, Maryland, July 6, 1863. 4. Boonsborough, Maryland, July 8, 1863. 5. Falling Waters, Maryland, July 14, 1863. 6. Culpepper, C. H., Virginia. September 14,1863. 7. Brandy Station, Virginia, October 11, 1863. 8. Buckland Mills, October 19, …

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Articles of Association of The 7th Michigan Cavalry

Whereas, we surviving members of the 7th Michigan Cavalry Volunteers, desiring to establish an organization for the purpose of preserving the friendship formed while defending our country against armed rebellion and treason, and to honor the cause for which we fought and the memory of our comrades who gave their lives that our nation might …

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