NAME             COMPANY      COMMENT

ABBOTT, GEORGE                   F        Present for duty August 1862

ADAMS, THADEUS                  C        Present for duty August 1862; Discharged for disability March 11, 1863 at Springfield, Missouri

ALEXANDER, JOHN                 I        Present for duty August 1862; Deserted at Lexington, Missouri August 18, 21, or 28, 1862

ANDERSON, JAMES C.            I        Wounded in left hand at Lone Jack; Deserted September 10, 1862 at Sedalia, Missouri

ANDERSON, ROBERT D.         A        Wounded slightly in side at Lone Jack;

ANDREWS, MALCOMB            E        Died August 18, 1862 of wounds received in Battle of Lone Jack [burial most likely on battlefield at Lone Jack]

ASHEW, RICHARD H.              I         Present for duty August 1862

ASHLOCK, WILLIAM               I        Wounded at the battle; Sick at Lexington from wounds received at Lone Jack.

BABB, SAMUEL                       C        Discharged November 19, 1862 at Jefferson City of wounds received at Battle of Lone Jack, August 16, 1862

BABB, THOMAS                      C        Present for duty August 1862

BACKUS, SAMUEL I.               A        Present for duty August 1862

BAILEY, EBENEZER                E        Killed in Battle of Lone Jack August 16, 1862

BAILEY, GEORGE W.              A        Disabled by wounds received at Lone Jack, August 16, 1862, discharged at Keokuk, Iowa April 16, 1863

BAKER, SAMUEL M.               I        Died at Lexington, Missouri of wounds received in Battle of Lone Jack, August 22, 1862

BANCROFT, AMOS I.             A        Letter written to brother and published Personal account of the battle

BANKS, JOHN J                     C        Taken prisoner at Lone Jack and paroled; Left at Lexington to care for wounded August 22, 1862

BANKSON, JOHN W.             A        Wounded dangerously through right breast at Lone Jack; In hospital at Lexington since Aug. 22, 1862

BARNETT, AMOS S.              A        Killed in Battle of Lone Jack August 16, 1862

BATTZELL, ALFRED             C        Killed in Battle of Lone Jack August 16, 1862

BATY, JAMES                       C        Present for duty August 1862

BAUMERT, JACOB              A        Present for duty August 1862; Died August 9, 1864 in post hospital at Pine Bluff, Arkansas of Congestion Fever

BECKWITH, WRIGHT          C        Present for duty August 1862

BEEMAN, ISAAC N.              I        Present for duty August 1862

BEEMAN, NOAH                   I        Present for duty August 1862; Died September 18, 1863 of disease at Cape Girardeau, Missouri

BLACK, JOHN W.                 C        Wounded in Battle of Lone Jack, August 16, 1862 sent to hospital at Jefferson City August 22. 1862

BLAINE, WILLIAM                E        Wounded in head slightly at Lone Jack; Present for duty August 1862

BOYD, HIRAM                      E        Killed in Battle of Lone Jack August 16, 1862

BRAWNER, MILTON H.    A        Took over command of the Union forces at Lone Jack after Major Emory Foster was wounded.

BRITON, CHANCELLOR       I        Present for duty August 1862; Died at Camp Lion, Missouri December 5, 1862 of Typho Malarial Fever

BROOKHARDT, MOSES D.        E        Present for duty August 1862; Died October 5, 1864 at post hospital in Pine Bluff, Arkansas of Chronic Diarrhea

BROOKS, EPHRAIM                    I        Present for duty August 1862

BROWN, DAVID J.                      A        Wounded in Battle of Lone Jack, August 16, 1862 sent to hospital at Jeff City August 22. 1862

BROWN, ERASTUS D.               A        Taken prisoner at Lone Jack and paroled; left in Lexington as hospital attendant since Aug 22, 1862

BROWN, GEORGE                    A        Wounded in Battle of Lone Jack, August 16, 1862 sent to hospital at Jeff City August 22. 1862

BROWN, HENRY C.                   A        Wounded in Battle of Lone Jack, August 16, 1862 sent to hospital at Jeff City August 22. 1862

BROWNING, JOHN N.                F        Present for duty August 1862

BUNNER, LAFAYETTE               A        At Lone Jack per Regimental Record of Events; 1st Lieut.

BURMOOD, PHILLIP                 E        Present for duty August 1862

BURNAM, JAMES D.                  F        Present for duty August 1862

BURNIP, WILLIAM D.                 E        Present for duty August 1862

BURNS, JOHN W.                     A        Deserted September 15, 1862 at Sedalia, Missouri

BURNS, WILLIAM E.                 A        Present for duty August 1862

BURTON, BENJAMIN                F        Present for duty August 1862; Mustered into service July 29, 1862 at Lexington, Missouri

BURTON, JOHN                        F        Present for duty August 1862; Mustered into service July 29, 1862 at Lexington, Missouri

CAIN, JAMES                            C        Present for duty August 1862

CULL, MICHAEL                        E        Wounded  at Lone Jack and paroled; left in Lexington  hospital Aug 22, 1862

CAMPBELL, ELDRIDGE            A        Discharged September 17, 1862 for disability at Sedalia, Missouri

CANADAY, JAMES                     I        Present for duty August 1862; Left sick at Jefferson City, Missouri on August 21, 1862

CAPE, SAMUEL B.                    C        Taken prisoner at Lone Jack, Missouri and paroled, deserted August 22, 1862, returned to duty August 9, 1863

CARLILE, DAVID                      E        Enlisted August 4, 1862 at Lexington, Missouri; Deserted at Lexington, Missouri August 21, 1862

CASON, BENJAMIN B.               I        Present for duty August 1862

CHANNEL, JOHN W.                 C        Wounded at Lone Jack August 16, 1862

CHAMBERLAIN, RICHARD        I        Present for duty August 1862

CHAPMAN, JOHN                     E        Present for duty August 1862

CHARLTON, SAMUEL             F        Wounded slightly at Lone Jack; Enrolled July 29, 1862 at Lexington, Missouri; Discharged at Fayetteville, Arkansas
January 8, 1863 for disability unrelated to wounds received at Lone Jack

CHENNOWETH, ALPHEUS W.   C        Present for duty August 1862; Discharged September 2, 1863 for disability due to a fall from his horse

CHRISTIAN, JOHN L.                 A        Present for duty August 1862; Sick in hospital in Lexington, Missouri since August 22, 1862

CHRISTIAN, SAMUEL               A        Present for duty August 1862; Sick in hospital in Lexington, Missouri since August 22, 1862

CLARK, ABRAM C.                  C        Present for duty August 1862; Detached at Post Hospital, Sedalia, Missouri September 17, 1862

CLOKEY, JOHN F.                   F        Present for duty August 1862

CLOSSEN, JOHN                    E        Present for duty August 1862; Sick in hospital in Lexington, Missouri since August 22, 1862; Promoted to Corp. due
to death of Henry Marshall at Lone Jack.

COBB, NATHANIEL O.           F        Killed in Battle of Lone Jack August 16, 1862; age 31 yrs

COLE, DAVID                        C        Killed in Battle of Lone Jack August 16, 1862; Enrolled August 5, 1862, never mustered in; age 22 yrs

COLLINS, CHARLES            E        Present for duty August 1862

COLLINS, JOSEPH               A        Present for duty August 1862

COMBS, CHARLES R.          C        Wounded in the abdomen at Lone Jack

CORNS, ASHER                   I        Present for duty August 1862

COURTNEY, MARION I.        I        Prisoner of War on parole attendant of wounded from Lone Jack; died of dysentery in 1864.

COX, THOMAS B.                A        Present for duty August 1862

CRAVEN, WILLIAM H.          A        Present for duty August 1862


CRAWFORD, SAMUEL M.    I        Present for duty August 1862

CREEKS, ANDREW             F        Present for duty August 1862

CREEKS, ISAIAH                  F        Died at Jefferson City September 1, 1862 of wounds received at Lone Jack, buried in National Cemetery Jefferson City
[death date might be Aug 28, 1862]

CREEKS, JAMES W.            F        Taken prisoner at Lone Jack, paroled by the enemy; On detached duty as hospital attendant  at Jefferson City since
August 22, 1862

CRITCHFIELD, JOHN D       C        Wounded at Lone Jack; In hospital at Lexington, Missouri since August 22, 1862

CROWDER, SANFORD H.  A        Sick in hospital at Lexington, Missouri since August 22, 1862; Deserted at Sedalia, Missouri Sept 15, 1862

CROWL, THOMAS              E        Present for duty August 1862

CRUPPER, JAMES              F        Present for duty August 1862

CULL, MICHAEL                 E        Wounded in leg severely at Lone Jack; In hospital at Lexington, Missouri since August 22, 1862

CULLER, JOHN                  C        Present for duty August 1862; Died in ambulance on march from Big Piney, Missouri to Camp Totten of disease of brain
on April 5, 1863

CURTIS, SAMUEL K.         I        Present for duty August 1862

DALE, JOHN                     A        Present for duty August 1862

DAVIS, JESSE                  E        Wounded slightly in breast and side at Lone Jack; Promoted to chief Bugler on August 26, 1862

DAVIS, THOMAS H.         C        Wounded  at Lone Jack; left in Lexington  hospital Aug 22, 1862

DAY, ALLISON I.              I        On parole as prisoner of war since August 1862

DAY, JOHN                     E        Prisoner of War at Lone Jack; On parole attendant of wounded from Lone Jack since August 21, 1862

DEHART, JOHN M.         A        Present for duty August 1862

DENNY, THOMAS          C        Wounded  at Lone Jack; At  Lexington  in hospital since Aug 22, 1862

DEWALD, PETER          I        Present for duty August 1862

DEWOLF, CHARLES     E        Present for duty August 1862

DOFFNER, WILLIAM A.        F        Present for duty August 1862

DONLEY, JOHN B.        F        Present for duty August 1862

DORAN, EDWARD J.        F        Present for duty August 1862; Sick in hospital at Jefferson City, Missouri since August 22, 1862

DOUGLASS, ALONZO        A        Present for duty August 1862; Deserted at Sedalia, Missouri Sept 15, 1862

DOWNING, ALEXANDER        A        Present for duty August 1862

DUNCAN, SAMUEL        F        Present for duty August 1862

EAKIN, JOHN        C        Present for duty August 1862

EATON, THOMAS        F        Present for duty August 1862

EHLERS, JOHN H.        I        Present for duty August 1862

EISTRITZ, MARTIN N.        E        Severely wounded in right thigh fracturing the bone and left ankle at Lone Jack; left in Lexington  hospital Aug 22,
1862; Sent to General Hospital in Jefferson City; Discharged for wounds January 5, 1863

EITLE, FREDERICK        I        Severely wounded in right thigh at Lone Jack; Discharged at Jefferson City, Missouri January 3, 1863 for wounds
received at Lone Jack

EKIS, DANIEL B.        A         Present for duty August 1862

EMMONS, FRANCIS M.        I        Present for duty August 1862

EMMONS, RILEY S.        I        Present for duty August 1862; Discharged at Osage Spring, Arkansas Nov 1, 1862 for disability

EPPERHART, HENRY        C        Taken prisoner at the Battle of Lone Jack; At Jefferson City since August 22, 1862 in hospital as attendant

EPPERHART, JULIUS C.        C        Present for duty August 1862

EVANS, HENRY        I        Present for duty August 1862

EVERHART, SIMON        I        Present for duty August 1862

EWING, ROBERT M.        F        Present for duty August 1862

FAHRENHOLTZ, JOHN        E        Present for duty August 1862

FAIREBROTHER, JOHN P.        C        Wounded at Lone Jack; Discharged November 24, 1862 for wounds received

FERGUSON, WILLIAM        E        Wounded  at Lone Jack; At  Lexington  in hospital since Aug 22, 1862

FERRELL, JAMES        A        Present for duty August 1862

FETTE, HENRY        E        Killed in Battle of Lone Jack August 16, 1862; Age 30 yrs

FISHER, HENRY        C        Taken prisoner at Lone Jack and pardoned; Mustered out of service by order of General Loan Oct 9, 1862

FISHER, JOHN P.        A        Wounded severely in ankle at Lone Jack; In post hospital since battle, leg amputated twice; Discharged at Lexington,
Missouri February 6, 1863

FORD, THOMAS        F        Present for duty August 1862

FOWLER, JOHN        C        Taken prisoner at Lone Jack and paroled; Left at Lexington since August 22, 1862 as hospital attendant

FOX, JOHN N.        F        Present for duty August 1862

FOX, WILLIAM H.        F        Present for duty August 1862

FRANKLIN, THOMAS P.        A        Wounded  at Lone Jack; At  Lexington  in hospital since Aug 22, 1862

FRICKER, ANTHONY F.        F        Present for duty August 1862

FULLER, GILBERT        E        Present for duty August 1862

GANNON, PATRICK        F        Present for duty August 1862

GILBERT, WILLIAM L.        I        Wounded in the neck at  Lone Jack, August 16, 1862 sent to hospital at Jeff City August 21. 1862;  Discharge on
January 4, 1863 for disability

GILLMORE, CHRISTOPHER C.        C        Discharged November 11, 1862 at Indianapolis for wounds received at Battle of Lone Jack, August 16, 1862

GLENN, JAMES        C        Discharged September 14, 1862 at St. Louis for wounds received at Battle of Lone Jack August 16, 1862

GOLL, FLOYD B.        E        Discharged for disability October 15, 1862 at Cassville, Missouri

GOLL, JOHN H.        E        Present for duty August 1862

GOLL, MALCHOR        E        Present for duty August 1862

GOLL, WILLIAM A.        E        Present for duty August 1862

GOODRICH, MARTIN        C        Wounded severely in shoulder at Lone Jack; In hospital at Sedalia since Sept 15, 1862

GOODRICH, PETER H.        C        Killed in Battle of Lone Jack August 16, 1862

GOODWIN, GEORGE S.        C        Present for duty August 1862

GORDON, JAMES P.        I        Present for duty August 1862; Enlisted at Lexington August 14, 1862

GORING, HENRY        A         Wounded in arm slightly at Lone Jack

GRAHAM, JOHN        F        Wounded severely at Lone Jack; In hospital at Jefferson City since August 22, 1862

GRAHAM, THOMAS        F        Wounded slightly at Lone Jack

GRANT, ALVIN        F        Present for duty August 1862

GRANT, CHARLES        F        Wounded severely at Lone Jack; Died September 6, 1862 of wounds received at Lone Jack, Missouri - buried in Nat'l
Cemetery, Jefferson City, MO

GARDNER, JACOB        I        Present for duty August 1862

GREATHOUSE, HENRY C.        I        Taken prisoner at the Battle of Lone Jack and paroled; At Lexington since August 21, 1862 in hospital as attendant;
Died at Pine Bluff, Arkansas on January 2, 1864 of an inflammation of the stomach; Age 21 yrs

GROSS, SABASTIAN        E        Present for duty August 1862

GUSETIN, JOHN W.        C        Sick at Lexington, Missouri of wounds received at Lone Jack, Missouri August 16, 1862

HAGELSTANGE, ERNST        E        Died August 18, 1862 at Lone Jack of wounds received in Battle of Lone Jack, August 16, 1862

HAMBAUGH, ALLEN B.        I        Present for duty August 1862

HAMMER, EDWARD W.        E        Present for duty August 1862; Enrolled August 9, 1862 at Lexington; Discharged for disability January 16, 1863 at
St. Louis, Missouri

HART, GABRIEL H.        I        Present for duty August 1862

HECKERT, HENRY        C        Wounded severely at Lone Jack; Died at Lexington, Missouri August 23, 1862 of wounds received; Enlisted August 14,
1862 at Lexington, Missouri; Note in regiment files states he was shot by a woman – no other documentation to back this up.

HILL, WILLIAM E.        F        Present for duty August 1862

HOAK, JAMES        E        Present for duty August 1862; Enlisted at Lexington on August 9, 1862; Died at Prairie Grove, Arkansas on December 17,
1862 of pneumonia

HOFIDITZ, HENRY        A        Present for duty August 1862

HOGAN, JOHN H.        C        Present for duty August 1862; Deserted September 14, 1862 at Sedalia, Missouri

HOLDER, GEORGE N.        A        Wounded in arm at Lone Jack; At  Lexington  in hospital since Aug 22, 1862

HORN, JOHN        F        Present for duty August 1862; Discharge from hospital, September 17, 1862; Prisoner of War

HORNER, CHARLES        C        Present for duty August 1862

HOUSTON, JOHN A.        F        Killed in Battle of Lone Jack August 16, 1862; Age 21 yrs

HUDKINS, JASPER        F        Present for duty August 1862

HUDKINS, WILLIAM        F        Present for duty August 1862

HUGHS, ROBERT        C        Wounded severely at Lone Jack; Died at Lexington, Missouri of wounds  August 23, 1862; Enlisted at Lexington August
12, 1862

HULL, JAMES M.        E        Present for duty August 1862

JACKSON, ABRAHAM W.        E        Present for duty August 1862; Deserted at Sedalia, Missouri Sept 17, 1862

JACKSON, IRA        F        Present for duty August 1862

JAMISON, HENRY        A        Present for duty August 1862

JONES, RUFUS        C        Was in Battle of Lone Jack; Died at Jefferson Barracks General Hospital of chronic diarrhea  November 2, 1864

JONES, THOMAS        A        Present for duty August 1862; Discharged October 15, 1862 for disability due to weak chest

JONES, THOMAS        C        Present for duty August 1862

KARTH, LOUIS        E        Present for duty August 1862; Taken prisoner at the Battle of Prairie Grove, Arkansas

KENDALL, NATHANIEL F.        E        Wounded in thigh severely at Lone Jack, August 16, 1862 sent to hospital at Lexington, Missouri August 22. 1862

KEOWN, HUGH J.        I        Present for duty August 1862

KESSEL, ALBERT        A        Wounded in head at Lone Jack, August 16, 1862

KESSEL, JULIUS        A        Present for duty August 1862

KETCHUM, THADDAUS L.        A        Killed in Battle of Lone Jack August 16, 1862

KINKADE, DAVID        E        Wounded in face at Lone Jack; At  Lexington  in hospital since Aug 22, 1862

KINSER, JAMES        C        Killed in Battle of Lone Jack August 16, 1862

KIRBY, LOT        F        Present for duty August 1862

KIRBY, WILLIAM        I        Taken prisoner at the Battle of Lone Jack and paroled; At Lexington since August 21, 1862 in hospital as attendant on
wounded from Lone Jack

KNAPP, CHARLES        I        Present for duty August 1862

KNOCHE, HENRY        A        Present for duty August 1862

LAGLE, JAMES A.        A        Wounded in leg at Lone Jack; At  Lexington  in hospital since Aug 22, 1862

LAMBERT, ISAAC        A        Discharged Feb 9, 1863 for disability at St. Louis, MO

LAPORT, WILLIAM        C        Killed in Battle of Lone Jack August 16, 1862; Was a bugler; Age 23 yrs

LEACH, BARAK J.        A        Present for duty August 1862; Died at Sedalia, MO October 6, 1862 of typhoid, buried National Cemetery Jeff City, MO

LEE, BENJAMIN        E        Wounded severely in leg at Lone Jack; Died August 26, 1862 of wounds received at Lone Jack; Buried Jefferson City
National Cemetery

LEE, JOHN        E        Present for duty August 1862

LEMON, ALFRED H.        A        Present for duty August 1862

LENTZ, JACOB        I        Present for duty August 1862

LINDER, ANDREW H.        F        Present for duty August 1862; Enlisted August 1, 1862 at Marshall, Missouri; Died of pneumonia at Pine Bluff,
Arkansas January 17, 1865

LINN, JOSEPH        F        Discharged at Cassville, Missouri October 15, 1862 for disease (born Fauquier Co, Virginia-cooper by trade)

LOE, ALBERT        I        Wounded at Lone Jack in left forearm resulting in amputation; Discharged at Jefferson City Dec 18, 1862; Age 18 yrs

LOUGHRIDGE, SAMUEL B.        F        Present for duty August 1862

LORTON, FERDINAND        I        Present for duty August 1862; Died October 17, 1864 in hospital at Pine Bluff, Arkansas of chronic diarrhea

LUCKHART, ADAM        E        Present for duty August 1862; Court Martialed for refusing a direct order to dismount and walk until the ranking officer
drew his revolver, November 1862

MAGGOM, WILLIAM T.        F        Discharged at St Louis, Missouri January 10, 183 for wounds received in Battle of Lone Jack, Missouri

MANINGTON, JOHN A.        F        Discharged at St. Louis September 1, 1863 for promotion

MARCUM, BARTON        I        Deserted at Lexington, Missouri, August 18, 1862

MARSHALL, HENRY D.        E        Killed in Battle of Lone Jack August 16, 1862; Corpl, age 21 yrs

MARTIN, FREDERICK        E        Present for duty August 1862

MARTIN, WILLIAM M.        A        Present for duty August 1862; Sick in hospital at Lexington, Missouri since August 22, 1862; Died  at St. Charles,
Arkansas on September 30, 1864 of Chronic Diarrhea

MASS, FRANCIS        E        Deserted from absent sick at Lexington, Missouri March 5, 1863

MATHENY, DANIEL        C        Wounded at Lone Jack August 16, 1862

MATHES, GEORGE        E        Present for duty August 1862

MATTOX, JOHN        A        Wounded in shoulder at Lone Jack August 1862; in hospital at Lexington since August 22, 1862; Committed suicide May
10, 1864 at Little Rock, Arkansas

MAUPIN, WILLIAM J        A        Present for duty August 1862

MCCANN, PETER        E        Discharged on Surgeon's certifying of disability at Fayetteville, Arkansas, Jan 7, 1863

MCCLANAHAN, SAMUEL        I        Present for duty August 1862

MCCLINTICK, JOHN M.        C        Present for duty August 1862

MCCREARY, JAMES        A        Present for duty August 1862

MCCREARY, JOSEPH        A        Taken prisoner and paroled at Lone Jack; In hospital at Lexington since August 22, 1862;  Mustered out of service
October 9, 1862 at Lexington, Missouri for being a prisoner of war.

MCCREARY, WILLIAM N.        A        Present for duty August 1862

MCDANIEL, JESSE        C        Present for duty August 1862

MCKEE, DAVID        F        Present for duty August 1862

MCKEE, JAMES        E        Wounded and left at Lone Jack, August 16, 1862; Discharge at Keokuk August 31, 1862 from wounds rec'd in Battle of Lone
Jack

MCKEE, WILFRED        F        Wounded slightly at Lone Jack

MCLAUGHLIN, ROBERT        F        Taken prisoner and paroled at Lone Jack; Discharged October 9th 1862; Enlisted at Lexington July 29, 1862 but
never actually mustered out, he continued to serve until the end of the War

MCMAHON, BENJAMIN        C        Promoted from Corp to Sgt August 16, 1862 for good conduct at the Battle of Lone Jack

MCQUARY, JAMES C.        F        Present for duty August 1862

MIDDLETON, JAMES        C        Wounded in left elbow at Lone Jack; Discharge January 17, 1863 at Fayetteville, Arkansas due to injuries received

MILLER, DON CARLOS      A     Present for duty August 1862

MILLER, ELLISON        F        Present for duty August 1862

MILLER, HENRY         I         Present for duty August 1862

MILLER, THOMAS C.        F        Present for duty August 1862

MISER, JOHN SR        I        Present for duty August 1862

MOORE, WILLIAM        F        Present for duty August 1862

MOORE, WILLIAM S. W.        E        Present for duty August 1862; Deserted at Sedalia September 17, 1862

MORGAN, JAMES        A        Severely wounded in thigh at Lone Jack; left in hospital at Lexington since August 22, 1862; Deserted July 4, 1862

MOSS, FRANCIS M.       E       Wounded severely in arm at Lone Jack

MOSSBARGER, WILLIAM G.        I        Present for duty August 1862

MURPHEY, WILLIAM H.        I        Present for duty August 1862; Died at St. Louis, Missouri, February 23, 1863

NELSON, GEORGE W.        I        Present for duty August 1862

NEWCOMB, CALVIN O.        E        Present for duty August 1862

NICHOLS, MARION        A        Present for duty August 1862

OCHILTREE, DANIEL L        C        Present for duty August 1862; Discharged September 17, 1862 at Sedalia, Missouri

O'HARA, HENRY C.        E        Severely wounded in left thigh at Lone Jack; Discharged February 23, 1863 at Springfield, Missouri

O'HARA, SAMUEL        A        Present for duty August 1862; Died of dysentery at De Valls Bluff, Arkansas, August 15, 1864

OLLERA, HARRISON        E        Present for duty August 1862

OLMSTEAD, SANFORD P.        C        Paroled prisoner of war; Lost horse and equipment, presumedly at Lone Jack – though service records do not
specifically mention Lone Jack

ONSPAUCH, NOAH        I        Present for duty August 1862

PARKER, CHRISTIAN H.        I        Present for duty August 1862

PARKER, LUCIUS        F        Present for duty August 1862

PARKS, GEORGE W.        I        Wounded severely at Lone Jack; Had his right thigh  amputated in consequence of the wound received at Lone Jack;
Discharged at St Louis, Missouri November 10, 1862

PARKS, WILLIAM R.        C        Present for duty August 1862; Enrolled August 14, 1862 at Lexington; Died in hospital at Jefferson City, Missouri
October 8, 1863 of disease

PARSONS, STEPHEN        F        Present for duty August 1862

PEAK, SAMUEL E.        C        Wounded in arm at Lone Jack

PERCIVAL, ERASTUS        I        Present for duty August 1862

PERRY, JACKSON F.        F        Present for duty August 1862

PERRY, JOHN        E        Present for duty August 1862; ; Enlisted on August 9, 1862 under Captain Milton Brawner; Died in battle of Marks Mills,
Arkansas, April 25, 1964; 26 yrs

PFEICHTHOFER, JOHN        E        Present for duty August 1862; Enrolled August 9, 1862 at Lexington, Missouri

PHILLIPS, GEORGE W.        F        Present for duty August 1862; Sick in hospital since August 22, 1962; Discharged for disability October 18, 1862

PICKERING, HENRY C.        C        Present for duty August 1862

PICKERING, WILLIAM A.        C        Killed in Battle of Lone Jack August 16, 1862

PIEPHO, LOUIS        E        Present for duty August 1862

PITTMAN, WILLIAM H.        A        Present for duty August 1862

POHLMAN, WILLIAM        E        Present for duty August 1862

PORTER, JAMES        E        Wounded in thigh at Lone Jack, bullet was not extracted and abscessed; Was sent to hospital at Jefferson City, Missouri,
August 22. 1862; Discharged December 27, 1862

POST, ANSON B.        A        Present for duty August 1862; Died in Hospital at Springfield, Missouri of disease February 23, 1863, buried Nat'l Cemetery,
Springfield

PROCTOR, SIDNEY        F        Present for duty August 1862; Blacksmith

QUASH, ERNEST S.        E        Taken prisoner at Lone Jack and paroled; Left to attend wounded at Lexington, August 22, 1862

RAY, GEORGE        E        Sick at Lexington since August 22, 1862; Discharged January 25, 1863 at Jefferson City, Missouri for disability

RAY, WILLIAM        E        Present for duty August 1862; Left sick in hospital at Lexington, August 22, 1862

REESE, JOSEPH        C        Deserted at Lexington, Missouri, August 22, 1862

RETTICH, CONRAD        C        Wounded at Lone Jack; Discharged November 22, 1862 at St. Louis, Missouri

RHOADES, EDWARD T.        A        Discharged September 17, 1862 at Sedalia, Missouri for disability

RHOADES, JOHN M.        A        Present for duty August 1862

RICKMEYER, FREDERICK        E        Present for duty August 1862; Left sick in hospital at Lexington, August 22, 1862

RINDGES, ISAAC A.        I        Present for duty August 1862

ROBB, LEWIS C.        C        Wounded in hip at Lone Jack; Discharge for wounds received November 24, 1862

ROBINSON, BENJAMIN        F        Present for duty August 1862

ROBINSON, CATHIMER C.        F        Present for duty August 1862

ROBINSON, GEORGE W.        C        Present for duty August 1862

ROBINSON, JOHN G.        F        Present for duty August 1862

ROCKWELL, GEORGE        E        Present for duty August 1862

ROUTT, DANIEL J.        C        Killed in Battle of Lone Jack August 16, 1862; Wrote a letter to his wife 5 days before his death, a copy held by the Lone
Jack Historical Society; 30 yrs

RYAN, PATRICK        E        Present for duty August 1862; Killed in action at Prairie Grove, Arkansas, December 7, 1862

SALLADA, VOLDA        A        Present for duty August 1862

SANDERS, FRANCIS M.        I        Present for duty August 1862

SANDERS, JOHN W.        I        Present for duty August 1862

SCHEE, JOHN        C        Wounded in neck severely at  Lone Jack, Missouri; Taken prisoner and paroled; Left in hospital at Lexington since August 22,
1862

SCHMIDT, CHRISTIAN F.        E        Present for duty August 1862; Left sick in hospital at Lexington, August 22, 1862

SCHOONOVER, JESSE B.        I        Present for duty August 1862; Deserted at Camp Lion, Missouri, November 30, 1862

SCOTT, GEORGE W.        I        Present for duty August 1862

SCOTT, JOSEPH W.        A        Present for duty August 1862

SEVIER, JAMES R.        A        Present for duty August 1862; Died of disease in August 1864 at Pine Bluff, Arkansas

SEVIER, JEFFERSON        A        Captured at Lone Jack and paroled at Little Rock, Arkansas October 21, 1862 and delivered to Union lines at Helena,
Arkansas, October 29, 1862; Was originally listed as killed at Lone Jack.

SHAVER, DAVID        I        Present for duty August 1862

SHAVER, JOHN        I        Present for duty August 1862

SHIRKEY, HARVEY        C        Present for duty August 1862; Sick of disease in hospital at Lexington since August 22, 1862

SHOEBER, THEODORE        E        Present for duty August 1862

SHOUP, ABRAM        F        Wounded slightly at Lone Jack

SHRAKE, NEWTON J.        E        Present for duty August 1862

SHRAW, JOHN J.        I        Present for duty August 1862
; Participated in battle per personal papers

SHUSTER, ISAAC        A        Present for duty August 1862

SIVITS, JACOB        I        Present for duty August 1862

SMART, WILLIAM D.        A        Taken prisoner and paroled at Lone Jack; Left in Lexington as hospital attendant since August 22, 1862; Discharged at
Jefferson City, Missouri April 28, 1863

SMITH, JOSIAH B.        I        Present for duty August 1862

SOULE, EDWIN        C        Wounded severely in right breast at Lone Jack; Discharged for wounds received January 5, 1863 at Fayetteville, Arkansas

SPELLMAN, HENRY F.        C        Wounded in arm at Lone Jack;

SPELLMAN, OSCAR M.        C        Wounded at Lone Jack; Left at home; Enrolled at Lexington August 15, 1862

SPIRES, JONATHAN        C        Killed in Battle of Lone Jack August 16, 1862

SPROWLS, JOHN        A        Present for duty August 1862

STEVENS, BENJAMIN E.        F        Sick at Lexington since August 22, 1862

STOCKTON, THOMAS J.        I        Deserted August 22, 1862, returned in arrest awaiting trail

STOESBURG, FRITZ        C        Present for duty August 1862

STREET, GEORGE G.        F        Present for duty August 1862

STUMP, ANCIL        A        Present for duty August 1862

SUMMERS, ANDREW J.        C        Wounded at Lone Jack; In hospital at Jefferson City since August 22, 1862 for wounds received at Lone Jack;
Discharged January 7, 1863 at Fayetteville, Arkansas for chronic bronchitis and not because of wounds

SWARTS, DAVID W.        C        Wounded at Lone Jack; In hospital at Jefferson City since August 22, 1862 for wounds received at Lone Jack;

SWARTZ, DARWIN E.        A        Present for duty August 1862; Acting Regiment Sgt. Major

SWARTZ, GEORGE        A        Killed in Battle of Lone Jack August 16, 1862

SWEENY, READER        F        Present for duty August 1862; Died of dysentery at Benton Barracks, July 25, 1864

TATUM, JAMES W.        F        Present for duty August 1862

TAYLOR, DARIUS        C        Severely wounded at Lone Jack; Died at Lexington, Missouri August 31, 1862 of wounds received at Lone Jack, Missouri

TAYLOR, WILLIAM        E        Wounded in thigh severely at Lone Jack; Discharged for disability December 24, 1862 at Jefferson City, Missouri

TENNIHILL, HIRAM        F        Wounded slightly at Lone Jack

THOMAS, SOLOMAN        C        Taken prisoner and paroled at Lone Jack, August 16, 1862; Left at Lexington, Missouri as hospital attendant

THOMPSON, HENRY C.        A        Present for duty August 1862

THOMPSON, JOHN        C        Present for duty August 1862; Enlisted August 12, 1862 at Lexington, Missouri

THOMPSON, SAMUEL        E        Present for duty August 1862

THOMPSON, SOLOMAN        C        Killed at Lone Jack August 16, 1862

TOOPS, WILLIAM        E        Present for duty August 1862

WADDELL, WILLIAM        I        Present for duty August 1862

WADE, WILLIAM        E        Present for duty August 1862; Left in hospital at Lexington, Missouri since August 22, 1862; Discharged for Surgeons
Certificate of Disability at Camp Schofield, Missouri February 10, 1863

WAGGONER, WILLIAM T.        F        Wounded in arm at Lone Jack; Discharged at St. Louis for disability January 10, 1863 due to wounds received at
Lone Jack

WALDREN, ANTHONY        C        Present for duty August 1862; Killed in action by Rebels December 7, 1862 at Prairie Grove, Arkansas

WARD, JAMES D.        C        Present for duty August 1862

WEAVER, THOMAS G.        I        Present for duty August 1862

WEESE, EPHRAIM        E        Wounded severely in leg at Lone Jack; Died September 12, 1862 of wounds; Buried in National Cemetery, Jefferson City,
Missouri

WEESE, GEORGE W.        E        Wounded in leg severely at Lone Jack; In hospital at Lexington, Missouri since August 22, 1862 for wounds received at
Lone Jack;

WELBAUM, CHARLES        I        Discharged at Jefferson City, Missouri December 18, 1862 for wounds in left arm

WELDEN, WILLIAM H.        E        Present for duty August 1862; Taken prisoner and paroled December 7, 1862 at Prairie Grove, Arkansas

WELLER, WILLIAM W.        E        Present for duty August 1862; Enlisted at Lexington, Missouri August 9, 1862; Discharged April 10, 1863 for disability
from exposure while on picket in January 1863

WELLS, JESSE C.        C        Present for duty August 1862

WESCH, HENRY        E        Present for duty August 1862

WESTBROOK, WILLIAM D.        F        Present for duty August 1862; Died in post hospital in Pine Bluff, Arkansas August 21, 1864 of

WHITE, HUGH L.        C        Taken prisoner at Lone Jack; Left at Lexington since August 22, 1862 as hospital attendant

WHITMAN, EDWIN C.        F        Present for duty August 1862

WILLERSON, HENRY        E        Present for duty August 1862

WILSON, WILLIAM        A        Present for duty August 1862

WINNER, GEORGE P.        E        Killed in Battle of Lone Jack August 16, 1862; 17 yrs

WISER, JOHN           I          Wounded in right shoulder at Lone Jack

WOOD, BENJAMIN        I        Present for duty August 1862

WOOD, GEORGE        I        Killed at Lone Jack on August 16, 1862; Enlisted August 16, 1861; 21 yrs

WOOD, WILLIAM B.        I        Present for duty August 1862

WOODARD, NOAH        E        Present for duty August 1862; Enlisted August 9, 1862 at Lexington,  Missouri

WOODARD, REASON        E        Present for duty August 1862; Enlisted August 9, 1862 at Lexington,  Missouri

WOODRUFF, DUTY G.        A        Present for duty August 1862

WOODRUFF, MARK        A        Present for duty August 1862; Left in hospital at Lexington, Missouri since August 22, 1862;

WORTHEN, HENRY        E        Present for duty August 1862

WORTMAN, WALLACE C.        A        Killed in Battle of Lone Jack August 16, 1862; Enlisted on August 9, 1862 at Warsaw, Illinois

WRIGHTMAN, JAMES M.        F        Present for duty August 1862
7TH MISSOURI CAVALRY
On the 16th of August was fought the Battle of Lone Jack in which
were engaged 306 officers and men of the 7 Cavalry Missouri
Volunteers forming a portion of a force of about 800 men under
command of Major Foster 7 Cav M.S.M. The loss sustained by the
Regt, in this action in killed and wounded was very heavy of the 306
engaged in the action 107 were killed and wounded.
Flag of the
7th Regiment Missouri Cavalry
Co A - Under the Command of Capt. Brawner, Lt. Bunner, the whole under command of
Major Foster marched to Lone Jack, a distance of 32 miles arrived there the evening of
the 15th, had a skirmish with 800 men under Cockrell, drove them from the ground.  
Next morning the 16th, we were attacked by about 32 hundred men under Quantrill,
Hayes (sic), Coffee and others, fought four hours loosing (sic) five men killed and ten
wounded, loosing (sic) 26 horses killed – ret’d to Lexington on the eve of the 16th.

Co C - Capt. H. P. Spellman, Lieuts. C. R. Combs, Alfred M Baltzell, with 62 Enlisted men
marched with a detachment under the command of E. Foster 8th M.S.M. (actually the
7th MSM Cav.) on the 15th day of August 1862 the advanced guard came upon the
enemy’s pickets and drove them in and the enemy 800 strong retreated.  Encamped for
the night at Lone Jack on the morning of the 16rh the enemy about 3,000 strong
attacked the command of Maj. Foster after a severe engagement lasting about 5 hours
they were driven back with heavy loss when they were reinforced by 800 men under Col.
Coffee the command Maj. Foster thought proper to retreat leaving two pieces of artillery
spiked, the horses having been shot down.  Returned to Lexington on the evening of the
16th having marched over 60 miles.

Co E - A detachment of 50 men Co. E 7th Cav Mo Vols under Lieut. John Schee of same
Co. formed part of a force of 800 under command of Maj. Foster 6th Regt, MSM (actually
7th MSM) and left Lexington, MO Aug 15, 1862, marched same day 35 miles to Lone
Jack, Jackson Co. Mo and camped in the street with thick brush and cornfields on either
side. Were surrounded and attacked at daybreak next morning by 4,000 rebels, under
command of Cottrel (Cockrell) Coffee Hays Thompson & Quantrel. After 5 hours hard
fighting the rebels were repulsed. Out loss was 50 killed and thrice the number wounded.

Major Foster was severely wounded & taken from the field.  Most of the line officers were
either killed or wounded. Loss of Co. E 5 killed & 17 wounded. 3 of whom have since
died.  Lieut. Schee was severely wounded.  Rebel loss 80 killed and 200 to 300 wounded.

Co F - Capt. Miller, Lieut. McQuary & 48 men with detachment from other companies of
the 7th Cav Regt. Mo Vol were ordered out on a scout August 14th.  The whole under
command of Maj. Foster 8th MSM (7th MSM) having marched thirty five miles distance
from Lexington, August 16th met and engaged the enemy under command of Cols.
Coffee, Cockrell, & two privates of Co. F were killed and seven wounded.  Twenty four
horses lost in action.

Co I - Lieut. Baker & 34 men have been present at the battle of Lone Jack, MO. Aug 16,
1862.