1890 Federal Census
Enumeration of Surviving Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines, and Widows, etc.

State of Wisconsin - Waupaca County - Town of Bear Creek

Enumerator James W. Bridal  Enumerated June 1890
Page No. 1 & 2  Supervisor's District No. 4 Enumeration District No. 55

Transcribed December 2003 for the Waupaca County Genealogy website

by Darleen and John Chipman and proof read by Paula Vaughan.

 

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No.

House No.

Family No.

Names of Surviving Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines, and Widows Rank Company Name of Regiment or Vessel Date of Enlistment Date of Discharge

Length of
Service

Post Office Address Disability Incurred Remarks

Years

Months

Days

1

20

20

Louisa L. widow of
Long, Eli W.

Private

L

3 Wis Cav

Jan 16, 1867

Oct 23, 1865

1

10

7

Clintonville, Wis

Scurvey

2

23

23

Wm. S. Postel

Private

D

39 ILL Inf

Aug 24, 1861

Aug 23, 1864

3

0

2

Clintonville, Wis

Sunstroke

which caused Deafness & Dizzyness of head

3

35

35

Louis C. Korb

Private

E

52 Wis Inf

March 9, 1865

July 28, 1865

blank

4

19

Clintonville, Wis

General Disability from Exposure

which caused Deafness Over 1/2

4

92

92

John G. Raisler

Private

K

17 Wis Inf

Jan 19, 1862

Ap 4, 1865

3

2

15

Nicholson P. O. Waupaca Co Wis.

Rheumatist from exposure

This disables me about 1/2 of my time

5

94

94

Charles F. Schoepke

Private

K

17 Wis Inf

Jan 9, 1862

Apr 4, 1865

3

2

25

Nicholson P. O. Waupaca Co Wis.

Rheumatism from Exposure

which lays me up 1/2 of my time

6

97

97

Carl L. Klemm

Cor S

G

45 Wis Inf

July 8, 1865

July 10, 1865

blank

blank

3

Nicholson P. O. Waupaca Co Wis.

In time of duty & survice Rheumatism resulting
disease of heart injury to left testicle

7

103

103

William C. Scharnow

1st Sargt

G

14 U.S.Inf

March 15, 1871

Nov 2, 1882

11

7

17

Bear Creek, P.O. Waupaca Co Wis

Rheumatism & Heart & Head Ache

I was in the hospital eight 1/2 months

8

144

144

Julius Kruschke

Private

C

29 Wis Inf

Aug 13, 1862

June 16, 1864

2

10

3

Bear Creek, P.O. Waupaca Co Wis

Scurvey & Rheumatism

which disables me from work

9

128

128

John W. Raisler

Private

F

1st Bat 15 U.S. Inf

Sept = 1861

Jan = 1865

3

4

=

Bear Creek, P.O. Waupaca Co Wis

Kidney & wounded in Right arm

& liver complaint & Piles

10

150

150

Fredarica Schoelkopf wid of Christian Schoelkopf

Sargent

C

8 Wis Inf

Aug = 1861

Oct = 1865

4

6

=

Bear Creek, P.O. Waupaca Co Wis

Rheumatism & Liver

11

162

162

Joseph Bell

Private

K

17 Wis Inf

Sept = 1862

Aug = 1865

2

10

=

Bear Creek, P.O. Waupaca Co Wis

Wounded in head scull broke

which injures my hearing

12

183

183

Alexander Cuthbertson

Cor

H

1 U.S.Vet U.S Eng bat vol

Aug 14, 1862

June 27, 1865

3

less =

2 mon =

Bear Creek, P.O. Waupaca Co Wis

Back trouble from Exposure

which lays me up 1/2 the time or more

13

185

185

Nathan H. Phillips

Private

K

17 Wis Inf

Jun 9, 1862

Oct 21, 1862

0

9

12

Bear Creek Outagamie Co Wisconsin

Lung disease & Chronic Diarrhea

which disables me the whole time

14

185

185

Lydia L. Phillips widow of Lewis E. Phillips which was

Private

to Co unassigned

3 Wis Cav

Feb 29, 1864

July 22, 1864

0

5

7

Bear Creek Outagamie Co Wisconsin

Consumption & Inflamation of Kidneys

This disease caused his death.

15

189

189

Richard Thorn

Private

A

19 Wis Inf

Dec 21, 1861

Aug 13, 1865

3

10

8

Bear Creek Outagamie Co Wisconsin

Gun Shot in left hand

This disables me about 3/4 from work.

16

193

193

George Phillipps

Private

G

42 Wis Inf

Sept 2, 1864

May 6, 1865

0

8

4

Bear Creek Outagamie Co Wisconsin

Protupous Ani results in chronic

diarrehea, I am used up totally from it