John VOILES
John N. VOILES Jr.
(1845-1915)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Julia Ann MILLSLAGLE

John N. VOILES Jr. 2

  • Born: 20 Jul 1845, IL 3
  • Marriage (1): Julia Ann MILLSLAGLE about 1869 in IA 1
  • Died: 6 Mar 1915, Steamboat Rock, Hardin Co, IA at age 69 3
  • Buried: Steamboat Rock Cemetery, Clay Twp, Hardin Co, OH 3
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bullet  General Notes:

1860 IA CENSUS, Hardin Co, Clay Twp, P.O. Lithopolis:
J. Voiles, 14, b. IL. He was living with John Voiles, 45, b. IN and M. Voiles, 40, b. KY and siblings.

AMERICAN CIVIL WAR SOLDIERS:
Name: John Voiles
Residence: Steamboat Rock, Iowa
Enlistment Date: 27 May 1864
Side Served: Union
State Served: Iowa
Service Record: Enlisted in Company G, 9th Cavalry Regiment Iowa.
Enlisted as a Private on 27 May 1864 at the age of 18.
Enlisted in Company E, 46th Infantry Regiment Iowa on 10 Jun 1864.
Mustered Out Company E, 46th Infantry Regiment Iowa on 23 Sep 1864 at Davenport, IA.

AMERICAN CIVIL WAR REGIMENTS:
REGIMENT: 46th Infantry Regiment Iowa
Date of Organization: 10 Jun 1864
Muster Date: 23 Sep 1864
Regiment State: Iowa
Regiment Type: Infantry
Regiment Number: 46th
Enlisted Died of Disease or Accident: 0
Officers Died of Disease or Accident: 0
Enlisted Killed or Mortally Wounded: 1
Enlisted Died of Disease or Accident: 27
Regimental Soldiers and History: List of Soldiers

Regimental History
44th, 45th, 46th and 47th Regiments and the 48th Battalion
IOWA (100 days)

The Hundred Days Men (The 44th, 45th, 46th and 47th Regiments and the 48th Battalion of Iowa Infantry)

Cols., 44th, Stephen H. Henderson; 45th, Alvah H. Bereman; 46th David B. Henderson; 47th, James P. Sanford; Lieut.-Cols., 44th Henry Egbert; 45th, Samuel A. Moore; 46th, Lorenzo D. Durbin; 47th, John Williams, 48th Oliver H. P. Scott, Majs., 44th, Josiah Hopkins, 45th James B. Hope; 46th, George L. Torbert; 47th, George J. North.

These regiments were mustered into the service mostly in June 1864, and performed willing and loyal duty. The 44th, 45th and 46th were held in Tennessee, garrisoning posts and guarding railways. The 47th was sent to Helena, Ark., where it suffered much from the malaria of that unhealthful locality. The 48th battalion guarded prisoners at Rock island, in the Mississippi river.

Col. Henderson of the 46th reported an engagement between some of his men and the enemy at Collierville, Tenn., about the middle of August. Capt. Wolf and 16 men were sent to rescue, if possible, 2 men of the 6th IL cavalry, captured by the enemy, and in the attempt Wolf and 3 of his men were wounded - the captain and 1 man severely.

At the end of the time for which they had enlisted, these four regiments and the battalion were honorably mustered out, having faithfully and with credit accomplished their mission.

The loss of the 44th was 1 death from battle, and 15 from
disease; of the 45th, 3 from battle, 18 from disease, and 1
wounded; of the 46th, 3 from battle, 23 from disease, and 21 wounded; of the 47th, 1 death from battle, and 46 from
disease, and of the 48th, 4 deaths from disease.

Source: The Union Army, vol. 4

Battles Fought by the 46th Iowa Infantry:
Fought on 14 Jul 1864 at Colliersville, TN.
Fought on 19 Jul 1864 at Colliersville, TN.
Fought on 24 Jul 1864 at Colliersville, TN.

STEAMBOAT ROCK CEMETERY RECORDS: John N. Voiles Jul 20, 1845 - Mar 6, 1915 GAR.


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John married Julia Ann MILLSLAGLE, daughter of Samuel MILLSLAGLE and Hannah WICKHAM, about 1869 in IA.1 (Julia Ann MILLSLAGLE was born on 31 Dec 1848 in Pioneer Twp., Cedar Co, IA,3 died on 21 Oct 1916 in Mountain Home, Elmore Co, ID 4 and was buried in Steamboat Rock Cem, Clay Twp, Hardin Co, IA 3.)


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Sources


1 1900 IA Census.

2 1941 letter from Stella J. Millslagale.

3 Steamboat Rock Cemetery Records.

4 ID Death Index, 1911-51.


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