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Other Service

Some of the members of the Third Battery (Battery C) of the First Regiment of Michigan Light Artillery served with other units before and/or after their service with the Battery.  They, and the units with which are served are listed here and are cross referenced on the Roster.

Badgley, Andrew


Bell, William E.


Calkins, John J.


Charden, John


Cummings, Henry P.


Curlis, Nathaniel


Desnoyer, Peter J.


Durose, James


Ensign, Caleb A.


French, George B.


Gifford, Gideon W.


Gillett, George W.


Gregg, Thomas


Hadley, E. Frank


Hamlin, Chandler


Hemingway, Joseph F.


Hogle, Seymour H.


Hunter, Alexander M.


Jerry, Basil


Kennedy, James


Lambert, Carl A.


Lambie, James


Lilly, James


Loyd, Enols


O'Brien, Philip


Ostrander, James H.


Palmer, Byron O.


Palmer, Henry


Parkhurst, Arylus (Aurelius)


Pfaff, Lewis


Preston, Joseph S.


Randall, Jerrod J.


Ridell, Henry


Rowe, Simeon W.


Safford, Mason, S.


Sinclair, Robert O.


Sinclair, William H.


Smith, Ira


Spangle, Aaron


Stadler, Benjamin F.


Sweeney, William


Thompson, Charles


Tinney, James A.


Walker, Absolom


Wall, Martin


Wilking, Philip


Zupp, Henry H.