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  1. William Hugh Adams: Birth: ABT 1858 in IL.

  2. Barbara Allen Adams: Birth: 9 APR 1860 in Vermilion Co., IL. Death: APR 1924 in Rogers Co., OK

  3. Isaac N. Adams: Birth: 11 MAR 1862 in Vermilion Co., IL. Death: 22 JAN 1882 in Vermilion Co., IL

a. Note:   bt 1835 Birthplace Illinois Home in 1850 District 21, Vermilion, Illinois, USA Gender Male Family Number 571 Household Members Name Age Stephen Smith 28 Josephin Smith 28 Louisa Smith 7 Lill Smith 5 Martha Smith 3 Francis Smith 1 John Adams 47 Sarah Adams 40 Geo W Adams 20 Martha A Adams 16 Isaac B Adams 15 Anna J Adams 12 Sarah L Adams 9 Wm C Adams 7 Mary A Adams 7 Nancy E Adams 5 Barbary A Adams 2
Illinois Marriages, 1851-1900 Name: Isaac N. Adams Gender: Male Spouse Name: Angeline Blakeney Marriage Date: Apr 09, 1857 Marriage County: Vermilion Comments: This record can be found at the County Court Records, Film # 1298746 - 1298749.
1860 United States Federal Census, Name Isaac N Adams Age 23 Birth Year abt 1837 Gender Male Birth Place Illinois Home in 1860 Danville, Vermilion, Illinois Post Office Danville Family Number 409 Household Members Name Age Isaac N Adams 23 Angeline Adams 21 W H Adams 2 Barbara A Adams 1/12
Name ADAMS, ISAAC N Rank SGT Company K Unit 125 IL US INF Personal Characteristics Residence GEORGETOWN, VERMILION CO, IL Age 27 Height 5' 11 Hair BLACK Eyes DARK Complexion DARK Marital Status MARRIED Occupation FARMER Nativity GEORGETOWN, IL Service Record Joined When AUG 13, 1862 Joined Where CATLIN, IL Joined By Whom G W COOK Period 3 YRS Muster In SEP 3, 1862 Muster In Where DANVILLE, IL Remarks DIED NOV 4, 1864 FROM WOUNDS RECD IN ACTION AT CHATTANOOGA TENN
When I received the records of Isaac Adams today, I was very pleased that his military records were included. From the military records, I learned that the date of his injury was September 1, 1864, suffered in the Battle of Jonesboro, that his leg was amputated, and that he died on the train on the way to the government hospital in Chattanooga. I checked the history of the 125th (which you sent me earlier) and learned that on September 1, 1864, there was a two hour battle during which the enemy suffered greatly, and then at 4 p.m., “...we assaulted the enemy's lines across open fields...” I believe this was the fatal battle. The history of the 125th records the burning of Atlanta late that night by the rebels as they fled. I learned in Wikipedia that the famous fire scenes of “Gone With the Wind” depict this event.
Removed from hospital train already dead then pronounced dead at Goverment Hospital No #1, Chattanooga, Tennessee
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