FLANDERS, NATHAN, PVT.
CO. I, 15TH. ILLINOIS INFANTRY
B. COLDBROOK, COOS CO, NH.
Residence Waukegan IL;
Enlisted on 4/21/1861 as a Private.
On 4/21/1861 he mustered into "I" Co. IL 15th Infantry
He Re-enlisted on 12/16/1863
He was transferred out on 7/20/1864
On 7/20/1864 he transferred into "E" Co. IL Vet Battn
He was transferred out on 3/24/1865
On 3/24/1865 he transferred into "E" Co. IL 15th Infantry
He was Mustered Out on 5/30/1865
VETERAN PRISONER OF WAR
FLANDERS, Nathan N
Residence Mahaska County IA; 18 years old.
Enlisted on 1/14/1864 as a Private.
On 1/21/1864 he mustered into "D" Co. IA 33rd Infantry
He died of disease on 2/18/1864 at Cairo, IL
born in Iowa
Mound City National Cemetery
Plot: SECTION E SITE 3599
FLANDERS, ORLANDO, PVT.
Union 9 New Hampshire Infantry
Residence Henniker NH; 18 years old.
Enlisted on 6/17/1862 as a Private.
On 8/5/1862 he mustered into "F" Co. NH 9th Infantry
He died of disease as POW on 8/25/1864 at Andersonville, GA
He was listed as: POW Warrenton, VA (date not stated)
Returned 2/22/1863 (place not stated)
POW 5/12/1864 Spotsylvania Court House, VA
born in Henniker
Roll of Honor Information:
Date of Death listed as 8/24/1864.
Captured at Warrenton, Returned, Feb. 22, 1863
Capture Date 05/12/1864
Capture Site Spottsylvania, Va
DATE OF DEATH: 08/25/1864
Son of: James Flanders & Cynthia Clifford.
Orlando lost his Mother soon after his birth. On her death bed, the Mother charged her eldest son, then a boy of 11 years, to watch over his brother as long as he lived. This promise was fathfully kept. At the outbreak of the Civil War, when Orlando wished to enlist, his brother arranged for his enlistment in his own regiment. Orlando was wounded by a bursting shell at Antietam, MD, was captured on t he assault of Petersburg, VA. and was borne on the rolls as a prisoner of war at Libby Prison, Richmond, VA. and Danville, VT. where he near ly died of disease and starvation. Married: Maggie Goodrich
Andersonville National Cemetery
ORRIN J. FLANDERS, PVT.
B. NOV. 6, 1834 LIVINGSTON CO. NY.
D. FEB. 21, 1910
CO. K. 78TH. ILLINOIS INFANTRY
ENLISTED, AUG 14, 1862, ST ALBANS, ILL., AGE 27, MARRIED, FARMER, Residence, ST ALBANS, HANCOCK CO, ILL.
MUSTERED IN, SEP 1, 1862, QUINCY, ILL. 3 YRS.
DISCHARGED MAR 7, 1863 AT NASHVILLE TENN. FOR DISABILITY
Baxter Springs Cemetery
FLANDERS, OSCAR B
PVT US ARMY
Residence Delaware County IA; 19 years old.
Enlisted on 5/18/1864 as a Private.
On 6/10/1864 he mustered into "F" Co. IA 46th Infantry
He died of disease on 9/20/1864 at Jefferson Barracks, MO
born in Wisconsin
(Buried in National Cemetery, Jefferson Barracks, St
Louis, MO. Section 32, grave 143.)
DATE OF INTERMENT: 09/20/1864
Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery
St. Louis County
FLANDERS, OTIS B;
121ST. NY INFANTRY
D. MARCH 23, 1909
Residence was not listed;
Enlisted as a Private (date unknown).
On 5/11/1863 he mustered into "A" Co. NY 121st Infantry
He was Mustered Out on 6/25/1865 at Hall's Hill, VA
He also had service in:
"F" Co. NY 16th Infantry
ROYAL C. FLANDERS, PVT.
CO. F. 9TH. VERMONT
D. AUGUST 30, 1866...Orange Center Cemetery
Samuel Flanders was born on 13 October 1812 at Cornville, Somerset County, Maine. He was the son of Moses Flanders and Roxana Webb. Samuel Flanders and Cynthia McClure filed marriage intentions on 1 April 1838 at Cornville, Somerset County, Maine. In 1838 Samuel married Cynthia McClure, daughter of Andrew McClure and Mehitable Marsh. He enlisted, on 21 Augsut 1862, in Capt. Whiting S. Clark's Company E, Col. Danield Chaplin's First Regiment Heavy Artillery, Maine Volunteers. Samuel Flanders died on Wednesday, 15 June 1864 at Washington Hosp, Washington, DC, at age 51 years, 8 months and 2 days from wounds received at the Battle of Fredericksburg Pike.
Residence Shirley ME; 44 years old.
Enlisted on 8/21/1862 as a Private.
On 8/21/1862 he mustered into "E" Co. ME 18th Infantry
He was transferred out on 12/19/1862
On 12/19/1862 he transferred into "E" Co. ME 1st Heavy Artillery
He died of wounds on 6/15/1865
He was listed as: Wounded 5/19/1864 Spotsylvania Court House, VA (1865)
(Married at time of enlistment)
Shirley Cemetery, Shirley, Piscataquis County, Mai
PVT CO E 1ST ME HA CW
DATE OF DEATH: 06/16/1864
Arlington National Cemetery
Plot: SECTION 27 SITE 939
Samuel K. Flanders
Residence was not listed;
Enlisted on 1/10/1863 at San Francisco, CA as a Sergeant.
On 2/7/1863 he mustered into "G" Co. CA 1st Cavalry
He was Mustered Out on 1/10/1866 at Santa Fe, NM
An early Pioneer of California
Son of Jonathan and Sophronia Knowlton Flanders Birth: Feb. 4, 1837
New Hampshire, USADeath: Oct. 29, 1902
Los Angeles County
Los Angeles County
FLANDERS, Stanislaus Pulaski;
PVT. CIVIL WAR
CO B 9TH VT INF
Residence Pittsfield VT;
Enlisted on 12/10/1863 as a Private.
On 12/22/1863 he mustered into "B" Co. VT 9th Infantry
He died of disease on 3/5/1865
Birth: ABT 1824 in Mount Holly, Rutland Co., VT
Father: Benjamin Flanders
Mother: Rhoda Dean
Marriage (1) Sarah A. Wilson
Married: 8 JUN 1849
City Point National Cemetery
Plot: Grave # 1069
STEPHEN B. FLANDERS CORP.
CO. F. 1ST. VERMONT
D. AUGUST 30, _____
Residence Clarendon VT;
Enlisted on 9/11/1861 as a Private.
On 9/13/1861 he mustered into "F" Co.
US Volunteers 1st SharpShooters
He Re-enlisted on 1/2/1864
He was transferred out on 12/23/1864
On 12/23/1864 he transferred into "E" Co. VT 2nd SharpShooters
He was transferred out on 2/25/1865
On 2/25/1865 he mustered into "G" Co. VT 4th Infantry
He was Mustered Out on 7/13/1865
Promotions: Corpl 6/20/1865