ALBERT HOOK, musician, Oregon; born in the town of Oregon, Dane Co. Wis.; son of Stephen and Lydia (see sketch of Stephen Hook); received a common-school education in the Dwight District, Oregon; enlisted in 1864 in the 42nd W. V. I.; was on detached service at Cairo, Ill., until the close of the war; returning, he attended Evansville Seminary two or three years, and has taught two terms of day-school; he began as a music teacher in the Geauga (Ohio) Seminary, where Gen. James A. Garfield once attended; after this he attended the Normal Musical Institute under H.R. Palmer; and since 1870 has devoted all his attention to the theory and practice of music.
Private Albert P. Waterman
Age 17, single, gray eyes, light hair, light complexion, 5’8″, a farmer. Enlisted August 27th 1864 Oregon, Wisconsin by Captain William C. Young for one year, mustered in August 25th 1864 Madison, Wisconsin.
Corporal Andrew S. Parsons
Age 30, married, blue eyes, light hair, light complexion, 5’9″, a carpenter.
Private Cassius M. Palmer
Age 19, single, gray eyes, brown hair, light complexion, 6’0″, a farmer.
Private Robert McWatty
Age 16, single, blue eyes, light hair, fair complexion, 5′ 6″, a farmer.
Private Elias Jacobus
Age 34, married, blues eyes, brown hair, light complexion, 6’0″, a carpenter. Enlisted January 4th 1864 at Oregon, Wisconsin by Sgt. Ellsworth for 3 years, mustered in March 18th 1864, Madison, Wisconsin. Detached service with division Pioneer Corps since June 1864, mustered out with company September 5th 1865 at Demopolis, Alabama.