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September 2003 Newsletter

Klocks in the Civil War

The Civil War cost more American lives than the two World Wars, plus the Korean and Vietnam combined during its four horrible years. (1861 to 1865) Both sides expected a speedy end to the war, a quick skirmish, a few swift victories and the war - - would be over. Little did they realize the death, destruction and bitter fighting which lay ahead. The differences that divided this nation could only be quelled by war. The Civil War that took tens of thousands of Americans lives on both sides. It pit brother against brother, father against son.

Many of our ancestors fought in the War Between the States, I am going to start a list of Klock's that fought in this bloody conflict You may find your ancestor on this list, or in the next few issues of Klock Connections.

Adam Klock, served as a Private. He was in Company D. of the 48th Pennsylvania Infantry. (Union)

Alexander Klock served as a Private. He was with Company E. of the 8th Michigan Cavalry. (Union)

Andrew Klock served as a Private. He was with Company D. of the 48th Pennsylvania Infantry, (Union)

Andrew Klock served as Quarter Master Sergeant with Company F. of the 11th. Pennsylvania Cavalry. (Union)

B. Z. Klock served as a Private. He was with Company D. of the 20th Arkansas Infantry . (Confederate)

Benjamin Klock served as a Private. He was with Company H. of the 17th Pennsylvania Cavalry. (Union)

Charles Klock served as a Wagoner. He was with Company E. of the 3rd Minnesota Infantry. (Union)

Charles Klock served as a Private. He was with Company D. of the 138th Indiana Infantry. (Union)

Charles H. Klock served as a Corporal. He was with Company K. of the 172 Pennsylvania. (Drafted Militia) (Union)

Chas Klock served as a Sergeant. He was with Company H. of the 61 st New York Infantry. (Union)

Cris Klock served as a Captain. He was with Company K. of the 1st. Infantry of Wisconsin. He was from Fond du Lac, Wisconsin and entered as a 1st Sergeant. (Union)

Christian Klock served as a Private. He was with Company I. of the 1 st Wisconsin Infantry. (Union)

Danford Klock served as a Private. He was with Company L. of the 14th Illinois Cavalry. (Union)

De Wit Klock served as a Private. He was with Company H. or E. of the 16th New York Artillery. (Union)

Edmund Klock served as a Private. He was with Company K. of the 5th New York Artillery. (Union)

Ephraim Klock served as a Chaplain in Company H. of the National Guard. (Union)

Fredrick Klock served with Company A of the 8th New York Infantry as a Private. (Union)

G. Klock served with Company A Wisconsin Cavalry as a Private. (Union)

Garret Klock served with Company C of the 40th New York Infantry as a Private. (Union)

(Note: There were several George Klock's that served in the Civil War)

George Klock served with Company L of the 1 st New York Mounted Rifles as a Private. (Union)

George Klock served with Company I of the 10th Michigan Infantry as a Private. (Union)

George Klock served with the 111 th Pennsylvania Infantry as a Private. (Union)

George Klock served with Company A of the 69th Illinois Infantry as a Private. (Union)

George Klock served with Company K of the 1 st Wisconsin Infantry as a Private. (Union)

George Klock served with Company F of the 5th Wisconsin Infantry as a Corporal. (Union)

George Klock served with Company B of the 39th Wisconsin Infantry as a Lieutenant. (Union)

George Klock served as an Unassigned Veteran Reserve Corps as a Private. (Union)

George E. Klock served with Company H. of the 139 Illinois Infantry as a Corporal. (Union)

George E. Klock served with Company H of the 151 Illinois Infantry as a Corporal. (Union)

George H. Klock served with with the 2nd Indpt. Battery of the Wisconsin L. Art'y as a Private. (Union)

George J. Klock served with Company D of the 146 New York Infantry as a 2nd Lieutenant. (Union)

George N. Klock served with Company G. of the 9th Iowa Infantry as a Corporal. (Union)

George W. Klock served with Company F. of the 5th Wisconsin Infantry as a Private. (Union)

Note: Some of there George Klock's may have been the same person as he switched units.

Gustave Klock served with Co. F. of the 1st Maryland Infantry as a Private. (Union)

Harrison Klock served with Co. E of the 81st New York Infantry as a Private. (Union)

Heinrich Klock served with Co. C. of the 46th Illinois Infantry as a Corporal. He also served with Co. C. of the 94th New York Inf. And Co. D. of the 1 86th New York Infantry. ( Union)

Henry Klock served with Co. C. of the 20th New York Cavalry as a Private. (Union)

Henry Klock served with Co. F. of the 132nd New York Infantry as a Private. (Union)

Henry Klock served with the Pennsylvania Infantry as a Private. (Union)

Henry H. Klock served with Co. D of the 186th New York Infantry as a Private. (Union)

Henry H. Klock served with Co. I of the 9th Illinois Infantry as a Adjt. (Union) not sure what a Adjt is.

Hiram Klock served with Co. K of the PennSylvania Infantry for 9 months as a Private and Jones' Indpt. Co., Pa. ( Union)

Horace B. Klock served with Co. F of the Pennsylvania Inf. as a Sergeant., (Union)

Ira Klock served with Co. F of the 152nd New York Infantry as a Private. (Union)

Israel Klock served with Co. C of the 10th New York Heavy Art'y 173 as a Private. (Union)

Jacob Klock served with Co. F of the Pennsylvania Inf. (Drafted Militia) as a Chaplain. (Union)

Jacob C. Klock served with Co. E. of the 153rd New York Infantry as a Corporal. (Union)

James Klock served with Co. D. of the 110th New York Infantry as a Private. (Union)

Jeremiah Klock served with Co. M of the 50th New York Engineers as a Private. ( Union)

John Klock served with Co. G of the 6th Minnesota Infantry as a Private. (Union)

John Klock served with Co. M of the 6th Michigan Cavalry as a Private. (Union)

John F. Klock served with Co. G of the Pennsylvania Infantry as a Private. (Union)

John I. Klock served with the Wisconsin Infantry as a Sergeant with U.S. C.J.'s (Union)

John J. Klock served with Co. D. 135th U.S. Col'd Infantry as a Captain 32nd Wisconsin Volunteers.

Levi Klock served with Co. I of the 122nd Illinois Infantry as a Sergeant. (Union)

Lewis Klock served with Company C. of the 20th. New York Cavalry as a Private. (Union)

Luther Klock served with the Company H of the New York 26th New York Cavalry as a Private. (Union)

Luther Klock served with Company D of the 186th Cavalry. (Union)

Lysander Klock served with Company I of the 10th Michigan Infantry as a Private. (Union)

Lum Klock served with Company H of the 26th New York Volunteer Cavalry. (Union)

Malvin Klock served with Company H of the 5th New Hampshire Infantry as a P'rivate. (Union)

Manning H. Klock served with Company F. of the 9th New York Cavalry as a Private. (Union)

Marcus R. Klock served with Company F. of the 4th Wisconsin Cavalry as a Private. (Union)

Martin J. Klock served with Company A. of the 2 Illinois Cavalry as a Private. (Union)

Michael Klock served with Company B. of the 9th Minnesota Infantry as a Private. (Union)

Miller Klock served with the 35th New York Infantry. (Union)

Monroe Klock served with Company C. of the 10th New York Cavalry as a Corporal. (Union)

Nathan Klock served with Company B. of the 35th New York Infantry as a Private. (Union)

Nathan Klock served with Company I. of the 1st Michigan Engineers and Mechanics, as an artillery officer. (Union) Note: Name also recorded as Nathan Clock

Nicolaus Klock served with Company F. of the 28th Ohio Infantry as a Private. (Union)

Noah A. Klock served with Company B. of the 172nd Pennsylvania Infantry. ( Drafted Militia) (Union)

Noah G. Klock served with 188th Pennsylvania Infantry. 3rd Penn. Heavy Art'y as a Private. (Union)

Noah H. Klock served with the 2nd and 3rd. Pennsylvania Heavy Art'y as a Private. (Union)

O. E. Klock served with Company C. of the 35th Wisconsin Infantry as a Corporal. (Union)

Peter Klock served with Company C. of the 10th New York Cavalry as a Private. (Union)

Peter Klock served with Company D. of the 20th New York Cavalry as a Private. (Union)

Peter Klock served with Company K. of the 148th Pennsylvania Infantry as a Private. (Union)

Peter Z. Klock served with Company B. of the 33rd Arkansas Infantry as Private. (Confederate)

Prismas Klock served with Company 1. of the 10th Michigan Infantry as a Chaplain. (Union) (Note: Name also recorded as Prismas Clock.

Romain Klock served with Company C. of the 60th New York Infantry as a Private. (Union)

Sanford Klock served with Company C. of the 10th New York Cavalry as a Sergeant. (Union)

William Klock served with Company I . of the th Illinois Cavalry as a Private. (Union)

William A. Klock served with Company K. of the 127th Pennsylvania Infantry as a Corporal. (Union)

William H. Klock served with Company H. of the 44th New York Infantry as a Private. Union

William L. Klock served with Company H. of the 149th New York Infantry as a Sergeant. Union

William Klock served with Company F. of the 28th Wisconsin Infantry as a Private. Union

William A. Klock served with Company G. of the 116th Pennsylvania Infantry as a 1 st Sergeant. Union

William Klock served with Company L. of the 10th New York Heavy Art'y as a Corporal. Union

William Klock served with Company F. of the 5th Pennsylvania Infantry for 3 months 1861 as a Private. Union

Updated information and Klock's not on my original list.

Bennville Z. Klock served with Company H. 20th Arkansas Infantry. He was a Private. Did not have his first name on my original list. Confederate.

Casper Klock, Age 42, Enlisted in Kingston and mustered in Feb. 10, 1865 as a Private in Company C. Mustered out July 10, 1865. Died September 29, 1868, in the National Military Home in Hampton, Va. And buried there in the National Cemetery.

Andrew Klock was a Q.M. Sergeant with Company F of the 11th Pennsylvania Infantry. He was promoted to Corporal on 9/1/1862 and Q.M. Sergeant on 11/1/1864. He was a POW from 6/29/1864 to 3/6/1865. Mustered out with his company 8/13/1865. Union. ( Additional Information, Andrew Klock was on original list )

George N. Klock, Co. G., 9th Iowa Infantry, Private, age 18, born in NY. Enlisted 8-301861. Re-enlisted 1/23/1864. Promoted 12-1-1864 to Corporal. Union. (Additional Information, George N. Klock was on original list.)

Nathan Klock, Co. B. New York Infantry. Enlisted October 9, 1861 in 3 Mile Bay, Served 2 years, Nathan was married, Father was Henry Klock. Died in Hospital at Alexandria, Va. June 18, 1862. Union (Additional Information, Nathan Klock was on original list. )

Millen Klock was a Corporal. Not sure what state or Regiment he served with. He died in hospital at Point of Rocks, Va. From a Fever, March 1865. His father was Jeremiah Klock. (not on original list. )

William Klock served with Company F. Wisconsin Regiment, deserted February 24, 1863. Union. (Additional Information, William Klock was on original list.)

A.S. Clock served with the Company B ofthe 12 North Carolina Infantry. He was a Private. Note: His name may have been Alfred S. Clack. Confederate

Abraham L. Clock served with Company G of the 56 Pennsylvania Infantry as a Private. Union

Albert Clock served with Company I of the 49th U.S. Col'd Infantry as a Private. Union

Alonzo Clock served with Company D of the 14 U.S.C. Infantry as a Private. His name may have been Alonzo Clack. Union

Adrew Clock served with Company E of the 4th (Russell's) Alabana Cavalry as a Private. Confederate

Andrew Clock served with Company A of the 101 Ohio Infantry as a Drummer. He was a Private. Union

Andrew Clock served with Company K of the 101 Ohio V oluntees, 5th Veteran Res Corps as a Musician. He was a Sergeant. Union Note: Andrew Clock went by Andy and is probably the same as the Andrew above. Union

B.E. Clock served with Company A of the 2nd Louisiana Cavalry as a Private. Confederate

Charles Clock served with Company G. of the Pennsylvania Infantry as a Corporal. Union

Charles G. Clock served with Company F. of the 64th N.Y. Infantry as a Corporal. Union

Charles H. Clock served with Company G. of the 10th Connecticut Infantry as a Sergeant. Union

Charles L. Clock served with Company E. of the 15th Illinois Infantry as a Corporal. Union

Dennis Clock served with Company G of the 47th U.S. Col'd Infantry as a Private. Union

Edward Clock served with Company F of the Minnesota Infantry as a Private. Union

Edwin J. Clock served with Company H of the 184th N.Y. Infantry as a Private. Union

Elmer J. Clock served with Company A of the 176th N.Y. Infantry. Rank unknown. Name many have been Elmer J. Clark. Union

Francis G. Clock served with Company F of the 189th N.Y. Infantry as a Private. Union

Frank W. Clock served with Company E of the 12th N.Y. Infantry as a Sergeant and reached the rank of 2nd Lieutenant. Union

Frederick Clock served with Company A of the 29th Indiana Infantry as a Private. Union

George Clock served with Company F of the 5th Wisconsin Infantry as a Private/Chaplain. Unon

George Clock served with Company I of the 94th N.Y. Infantry as a Private. Union

George H. Clock served in Company L. of the 3rd Ohio Cavalry as a Private. He also served with the 12th Indpt. Batt'y of the Ohio Light Art'y. Union

George W. Clock served with Company I of the 28th Connecticut Infantry as a Private. Union

George W. Clock served with Company G of the 42nd Georgia Infantry as a Private. Confederate (Note: His name may have been Geroge Clack)

Gilbert L. Clock served with Company D of the 27th Connecticut Infantry as a Private. Union

Harrison Clock served with the 8181 N.Y. infantry. Union

Harry Clock served with Company F. of the 49th N.Y. as a Private. Union (Note: his name may have been Harrey Clark)

Henry Clock served with Company E. of the 2181 N.Y. Infantry as a Private. Union

Henry Clock served with Company H. of the 32nd Iowa Infantry as a Sergeant. Union

Henry Clock served with Company E. of the 92nd Col' d Infantry as a Private. Union

Henry R. Clock served with Company B of the 16th N.Y. Heavy Art'y. Union

Herman C. Clock served with Company B of the 58th National Guard for 100 days in 1964 as a Corporal. Union

Hezekiah C. Clock served with Company C of the 6th Iowa Infantry as Sergeant and later Captain. Union

Homer Clock served with Company F of the 140th N.Y. Infantry as a Private. Union

Horace Clock served with Company G of the 5th U.S. Col'd Cav. as a Corporal. Union

J.L. Clock served with Company I of the 22nd Georgia Infantry as a Private. Confederate (Note: His name may have been John L. Clark)

J.S. Clock served with Company G of the 24th Ohio Infantry as a Lieutenant. Union

Jacob Clock served with Company D ofthe 2nd California Infantry as a Private. Union

James C. Clock served with Company C of the 5th Missouri Infantry as a Private. Confederate

James G. Clock served with Company A of the 2nd California Cavalry as a Private. Union

James S. Clock served with Company L of the 3rd Ohio Cavalry as a 1st Lieutenant and later as a Captain. Union

January Clock served with Company F of the 83rd U.S. CoI'd Infantry as a Private. Union

John Clock served with Company E of the Pennsylvania Infantry as a Private. Union

Joseph Clock served with Company C of the 142nd Indiana Infantry as a Private. Union

Joseph Clock served with Company D of the 102nd U.S. Col'd Infantry as a Private. Union

Lawson Clock served with Company D of the 8th New Jersey Infantry as a Sergeant. Union

M. M. Clock served with Company A of the 1st (Carter's) Tennessee Cavalry as a Private. Confederate. (Note: Name may have been Clack.)

M. W. Clock served with C of the 2lst Georgia Infantry as a Private. Confederate
(Note: Name may have been Miles Clark)

Manson D. Clock served with Company K of the 184th N.Y. Infantry as a Private. Union

Martin Clock served with company 1 of the 16th N.Y. Heavy Art’y as a Private. Union

Milo Clock served with Company F of the 1 st Michigan Cavalry as a Private. Union

Moses Clock served with Company G of the 47th U.S. Col'd Infantry as a Private. Union

Nathan Clock served with Company I of the 1st Michigan Engineers and Mechanics Union.

Nathan Clock served with Company K of the 53rd. U.S. Col'd Infantry as a Private. Union.

Noah H. Clock served with the 3rd Pennsylvania Heavy Art'y as a Private, Union Note: (Note: Name may have been Noah H. Klock)

Philip Clock served with Company K of the 2nd Colorado Infantry as a Private. Union

RG. Clock served with Company K of the 2nd Colorado Infantry as a Private. Union

Richard Clock served with Company G of the 47th U.S. col’d Infantry as a Private. Union

Robert Clock served with Company A of the 22nd Georgia Infantry as a Private. Confederate

S. Clock served with Company K of the 9th Alabama Infantry as a Private. Confederate (Note: Name may have been Spencer Clark)

Sandy Clock served with Company L of the 2nd Illinois L. Art'y as a Cook. Union

Simon P. Clock served with Company H. of the 184th N.Y. Infantry as a Private. Union

Stephen C. Clock served with the Oneida Independent Co., N.Y. Cavalry as a Private. Union. Stephen C. Clock served with the Oneida Independent Co., N.Y. Cavalry as a Private. Union.

Thomas Clock served with Company C of the 16th NY. Infantry as a Corporal. Union (Note: Name may have been Clark)

William Clock served with Company G of the 15th Michigan Infantry as a Corporal. Union

William Clock served with Company K of the 53rd U.S. CoI'd Infantry as a Private. Union

William Clock served with Company G of the 15th Michigan Infantry as a Corporal. Union

William J. Klock served with Company K of the 6th Connecticut Infantry as a Private. Union

William J. Klock served with Company K of the 6th Connecticut Infantry as a Private. Union

This concludes the list of Klock/Clocks who served in the Civil War... At least all I have, Please let me know if I have missed anyone.

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