Ancestor Trail: Part XVIII: Soldiers who served from and/or later settled in Brown County, Kansas

In Part XVIII, we continue with soldiers of the Northeast Kansas American Civil War series who served whose surnames begin with the letter “S.”

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Pvt. Solomon Shiffler, a resident of Hiawatha served in Company E of the 152nd Pennsylvania.

T.B. Shipman, a resident of Mission Township served in the 91st Iowa.

Jack Short, enlisted March 1863, and served in Company L of the 2nd Nebraska.

Pvt. Peter Short, served in Company A of the Brown County Battalion.

Prior Z. Short, enlisted March 1865, serving as a substitute for Ransom Meyers.

William H. Shortridge, a resident of Mission Township, served with Company C of the 8th Kansas.

Henry Shriner, a resident of Hiawatha served with Company C of 8th Kansas.

P. Shriver, served with the Frontier Guards.

Harvey Siburn, a resident of Hiawatha.

Jacob Sigafous, served with Company D of the 8th Kansas from September 1861 to October 1863, discharged October 1863 for disability.

C.E. Simmons a.k.a. Simmonds, enlisted September 1862 serving with Company H of the 13th Kansas.

Frederick Simmons, enlisted March 1865, as a substitute for Daniel Meisenheimer.

Pvt. Miles Simmons, served with Company C of the Brown County Battalion.

J.P. Simpkins, a resident of Padonia Township served with 2nd Nebraska.

Pvt. Sharp Simpson, a resident of Irving Township, while serving with Company D of the 14th Illinois. He was a prisoner at Andersonville Prison, Ga.

Pvt. Benjamin C. Skinner, a resident of Hiawatha, served with Company A of the 45th Illinois.

Charles W. Skinner, a resident of Walnut Township served with Company A of the 19th Kansas.

Wilson S. Skinner, served from July 1861 to August 1864, with the 4th Ohio, buried at Ununda Cemetery.

1st Lt. Lawson H. Slagle, served first with Company H of the 13th Kansas, then with the same rank with Company C of the Brown County Battalion.

Nathaniel Slosson, a resident of Sabetha served with Company G of the 13th Kansas.

Corp. M.A. Smalley, a resident of Hiawatha served with Company K of the 26th New Jersey.

A.E. Smith, a resident of Hiawatha Township served in Company G of the 67th Illinois.

Pvt. A.P. Smith, served with Company C of the Brown County Battalion.

Pvt. Abram Smith, a resident of Horton, served with Company D of the 43rd Missouri.

Pvt. Charles Smith, a resident of Netawaka, served in Kansas.

Daniel Smith, a resident of Washington Township, served with the Indiana Volunteers.

D.B. Smith, a resident of Mission Township, served in the 12th Kansas.

Pvt. E.A. Smith, a resident of Hiawatha, served with Company G of the 67th Illinois.

Edward Smith, a resident of Washington Township, served with Company M of the 2nd Company.

Corp. Henry Smith, a resident of Washington Township (Leona, Kansas), served with Company E of the 12th Kansas.

Pvt. Henry A. Smith, a resident of Hiawatha, enlisted September 1862, serving with Company H of the 13th Kansas.

Hezekiah Smith, enlisted September 1862 serving with Company H of the 13th Kansas.

Pvt. I.N. Smith, a resident of Hiawatha was a prisoner for three and a half months at Florence, S.C., while serving with Company K of the 57th Ohio.

Pvt. Issac Smith, a resident of Fairview, served with Company B of the 191st Ohio.

Pvt. L.W. Smith, a resident of Horton, served with Company L of the 3rd Pennsylvania Artillery.

James P. Smith, a resident of Powhattan Township served with Company E of the 116th Illinois.

Sgt. John Smith, enlisted August 1861 and served with Company A of the 2nd Kansas.

John W. Smith, served from August 1863 to September 1864 with Company G of the 2nd Kansas, killed in action near Ft. Gibson, Indian Territory on Sept. 16, 1862.

Reed Smith, a resident of Hamlin Township, served with Company B of the 116th Ohio.

Robert Smith, a resident of Mission Township.

Ruel Smith, a resident of Hamlin served in Company B of 116th Ohio.

Pvt. William A. Smith, a resident of Hamlin, served with Company G of the 86th Illinois.

Sgt. Winslow W. Smith, a resident of Hamlin enlisted September 1862, serving with Company B of the 13th Kansas.

Pvt. Samuel Smuney, a resident of Hamlin, served in Company C of the 6th Iowa, discharged due to Typhoid Fever.

Cyrus Snively.

3rd Corp. D.K. Snively, served with Company A of the Brown County Battalion.

Pvt. John M. Snively, a resident of Hiawatha, served from February 1862 to September 1865 with Company C of the 7th Kansas.

Josiah A. Snively, served from October 1861 to August 1865 with Company G of the 5th Kansas, died at Pine Bluffs, Ark., Aug. 16, 1865, of congestion.

This brings to an end of Part XVIII and this series will continue with more surnames that begin with the letter “S” in Part XIX in November 2018. Follow the Ancestor Trail next month, with Part XX of the Whitman Mission Route Lost Diary Entries.

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