Three years service.
This regiment in which we find a few name from Schuyler and Brown counties, was
organized at Dixon, Illinois, Sept. 2d, 1862, by Col. George Ryan. On the 27th, was ordered to Louisville, Ky. Oct. 1st, marched in pursuit of
Bragg. Oct. 8, engaged i the battle of Chaplin Hills, losing 47 killed, 166 wounded and 12 prisoners. It was mustered out June 12th, 1865, at Camp
Harker, Tennessee, and arrived at Chicago, June 15, 1865, where the regiment received final payment and discharge.
Corbus, John C., first assistant surgeon.
Dean, Henry, private, discharged February 14, 1863.
Hurst, Wm., private, mustered out June 12, 1865.
Loucks, Geo. R., private, mustered out June 12, 1865, as sergeant.
Loucks, Wesley F., private, tr. to V. R. C., February 13, 1865.