Central Illinois in the Civil War, Day by Day : A Journey through the Civil War through the eyes of individual Soldiers, and their loved ones, with additional documentation provided by the newspapers of Central Illinois.
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Page 358 notes James J.A.T. Dixon as a Private, Co. H, 146 Reg't Illinois Infantry. January—February, 1865. Remarks: Discharged January 9, 1865 by order of Major General Hooker to receive commission as Chaplain of 146 Reg't. Copyist Noage. Company Muster Roll

Page 336 notes James J.A.T. Dixon as a Chaplain, Co. H, 146 Reg't Illinois Infantry, age 36. This is an individual Muster—in Roll dated Springfield, Illinois, January 16, 1865. It says that on January 16, 1865, Dixon joined for duty and enrolled in Quincy, IL for a period of one year. Remarks: Discharged from service as private. Vols by S.O. No 7 Head Quarters Northern Department Cincinnati, Ohio January 9, 1865. Bookmark 271356 (over). Copyist Magee. Individual Muster—in—Roll

Page 357 is a Field and Staff Muster Roll of James J.A.T. Dixon, rank: Chaplain, 146 Reg't Illinois Infantry. For Jan—Feb, 1865 marked as present. Remarks: Mustered as Chaplain Jan. 16, 1865. Appointed for Co. H. Copyist Roby.

Page 357 Same as above for March and April of 1865 (present). No remarks. Rank: Chaplain

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Muster Rolls of James J. A. T. Dixon
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