Wilson McClintock

Wilson McClintock

The following was extracted from the Southern Cook County and History of Blue Island before the Civil War by Ferdinand Schapper 1917 (Ref 977.31 SCH) (Blue Island Library)

Advertised letters from the Chicago Post Office

Name: McClintick, Wilson
Date: October 01, 1834
Residence: Bachelors Grove




The following was extracted from the Encyclopedia of EarlyChicago.com

McClintock, Wilson Washington (May 4, 1804-Sept. 9, 1867) brother of James; arrived in 1832; he and his wife Catherine lost a two-year-old son, Franklin, of encephalitis on April 19, 1836, as per notice in the Chicago Democrat, April 20; served as commissioner of streets in 1836, as election judge in 1837; on Sept. 12, 1840, the Chicago Daily American announces the death of his (second?) wife Charlotte; died at Bachelors Grove. [387a]





The following was extracted from the Bibliography of EarlyChicago.com

387a Kapustiak, Margaret Mackle. “Lane Family History”; personal communication with a DeWitt Lane family descendant, 2003.

Source: Schapper, Ferdinand. Southern Cook County Before the Civil War · Early Settlers and Their Families, Vol. II. Chicago, 1917.




Census Records

Year: 1870
Surname: McClintock
Given Name(s): Wilson
County: Cook County
State: IL
Page: 387
Township or other info: Lyons Township
Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
Database: IL 1870 Federal Census Index
ID #: IL01776332




Civil War Munster Rolls

Surname: McClintock
GIven Name: Wilson
Middle Name:
Company: H
Unit: 127 Illinois Infantry
Rank Induction: Private
Rank Discharge: Private
Notes:
Box #: 000539
Extraction #: 0058
Record #: 0000059




American Civil War Soldiers

Name: Wilson McClintock
State Served: Illinois
Enlist Date: July 23, 1862
Enlist Rank: Private
Enlist Age:
Enlist Place:
Army: Union

Also states: Claimed residence in Lyons.


Name of Regiment: Illinois 127th Infantry Regiment

Date of Organization: September 06, 1862
Muster Date: June 17, 1865
Regiment Type: Infantry
Officers Killed or Mortally Wounded: 2
Officers Died of Disease or Accident: 1
Enlisted Killed or Mortally Wounded: 47
Enlisted Died of Disease or Accident: 168


Regimental History

Battles Fought

Battle at Chickasaw Bayou, Mississippi on 28 December 1862
Battle at Arkansas Post, Arkansas on 11 January 1863
Battle at Vicksburg, Mississippi on 19 May 1863
Battle at Vicksburg, Mississippi on 22 May 1863
Battle at Vicksburg, Mississippi on 07 June 1863
Battle at Vicksburg, Mississippi on 23 June 1863
Battle at Resaca, Georgia on 13 May 1864
Battle at Dallas, Georgia on 28 May 1864
Battle at Atlanta, Georgia on 22 July 1864
Battle at Peach Tree Creek, Georgia on 22 July 1864
Battle at Atlanta, Georgia on 28 July 1864
Battle at Ezra Church, Georgia on 28 July 1864
Battle at Atlanta, Georgia on 03 August 1864
Battle at Atlanta, Georgia on 26 August 1864
Battle at Jonesboro, Georgia on 31 August 1864
Battle at Jonesboro, Georgia on 01 September 1864
Battle at Fayetteville, North Carolina on 11 March 1865

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