Charles William Netherwood
CHARLES WILLIAM NETHERWOOD of Wisconsin, USA, was a well-known Civil War veteran, pioneer political progressive and a prohibitionist. He was also known locally as a hiker, celebrating his 90th birthday by walking 14 miles from his home in Dane Co. to the capital city of Madison.
J. S. BELL, of Brooklyn, a veteran of the Civil War, comes of a soldierly line. He was born in Sussex County, N. J., February 9, 1842. His parents, Almond and Mary (Sutton) Bell, were natives of the same state, the former born in 1800 and the latter in 1821.
Private Erastus B. Whitmore
Age 26, single, blue eyes, brown hair, light complexion, 5’8”, a farmerEnlisted September 27th 1861 at Madison, Wisconsin by Eri S. Oakley for three years, mustered in September 30th 1861 Madison, Wisconsin.
Private James S. Taylor
Enlisted July 29th 1862 Oregon, Wisconsin by J. Bull for three years, mustered in August 30th 1862 Madison, Wisconsin.
Sergeant William Soden
(Enlisted in Company K, 1st Wisconsin Infantry Regiment (three months) from Stoughton, Wisconsin, April 17th 1861 and mustered out August 21st 1861 Milwaukee, Wisconsin.)
Corporal DeWitt C. Salisbury
Age 20, single, blue eyes, red hair, sandy complexion, 5′ 7-3/4″ a farmer
Private Samuel G. Rice
Born Ashtabula County, Ohio, son of Gardiner and Fanny Rice. In 1848 his parents came to Oregon, Wisconsin.Age 22, single, a farmer. Enlisted August 14th 1862 Oregon, Wisconsin by J. Bull for three years, mustered in August 30th 1862, 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.