Johan Anton Ingmundson[1]

Mand 1832 - 1862  (30 år)


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  • Navn Johan Anton Ingmundson 
    Født 28 okt. 1832  Rygge, Østfold, Norge Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted  [2
    Døbt 2 dec. 1832  Rygge Kirke Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted  [2
    Køn Mand 
    Beskæftigelse Captain in the Wisconsin 15th Regiment of the Union Army, USA  [1
    Død 30 dec. 1862  The Battle of Stones River Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted  [3
    Person-ID I1977  Djurhuus-Wendelboe-Meinertsen-Nielsen | Mads Thomasen Wendelboe (I4831)
    Sidst ændret 24 apr. 2012 

    Far Johannes Ingmundson,   f. 25 mar. 1806, Skiptvet, Østfold, Norge Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted,   d. 12 dec. 1873, Leroy, Mower, Minnesota, USA Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted  (Alder 67 år) 
    Mor Nicoline Andersdatter Wendelboe,   f. 12 feb. 1810, Moss, Østfold, Norge Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted,   d. 25 okt. 1876, Austin, Mower, Minnesota, USA Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted  (Alder 66 år) 
    Gift 11 apr. 1831  I kirken Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted  [4
    Familie-ID F112  Gruppeskema  |  Familie Tavle

    Familie Eline Simenson,   f. ca. 1836 
    Gift 27 feb. 1856  [5
    Notater 
    • Marriage Record for John Ingmundson

      Spouse: Eline Simenson
      Date: 27 Feb 1856
      Place: Neshonoc
      B/G: Groom
      Residence: La Fayette, Ala McKee Co., Iowa
      Father: Rudolpha Hauser
      Source: Book:3 Page:97
      Witness: George E. Loomis, Johannes Olson
      County and State: Co. WI
      Notes: MINISTER: Monroe Palmer
      [6]
    Børn 
     1. James Ingmundson,   f. ca. 1858
     2. Nn Ingmundson,   f. ca. 1860
    Sidst ændret 21 maj 2013 
    Familie-ID F1856  Gruppeskema  |  Familie Tavle

  • Notater 
    • Johan Anton Johannessen f. 28.10.1832 på Gate død 30.12.1862 i Murfreesboro, Rutherford, Tennessee gift 27.2.1856 med Eline Simonsen f. ca. 1836. Han ble konfirmert i 1847 i Rygge. I Amerika kalte han seg John Ingmundsen. Var først med foreldrene til Minnesota senere bodde han i Allamakee County som er et fylke i den amerikanske delstaten Iowa. Rundt 1860 bodde han i Neshonoc, La Crosse, Wisconsin. Han gikk inn i den amerikanske borgerkrigen (1861–1865) i 1861, og falt i strid i slaget ved Stone River, - et slag som sto ved Murfreesboro i Tennesse fra 30.12. til 2.1.1862 – som var en av de grusomste slagene i denne krigen. Når han døde hadde han kapteins grad i det 15de Wisconsin Infanteri regiment.
      [5]
    • Originaltekst:
      INGMUNDSON, John Anthon
      WI 15th Inf Co E. Residence: Neshonoc, La Crosse County, Wisconsin. Born 28 Oct 1832 on the Gathue farm in Rygge parish, Smaalenene, Norway. Came to America in 1853, and operated a farm in Allamakee County, Iowa. Moved to Neshonoc in 1858. Civil War: Age 29. Married. Accepted a commission as Captain on 10 Dec 1861 at La Crosse with rank from the 9th. Mustered 20 Dec 1861 at Madison, Wisconsin. Killed in the Battle of Stone's River, Tennessee, on 30 Dec 1862. He was the first of the Wisconsin 15th Regimental Officers to be killed. He stood to give orders to his men in an area of boulders and underbrush in which rebel soldiers were hidden, and was shot down. His men carried his body to the rear where it was buried, but in the fighting the site was not marked and later could never be identified. Buried in an unmarked grave. Sources: (WHS Series 1200 box 76-7; red book vol 20 p70) (Buslett p461) (TAR) (Lonn p160) (Quiner p 613, 619, 621) (Ulvestad p254) (Ager p185, photo; p302) “Ingemundsen, John” “Ingmunson, John
      [7]
    • Died at the battle of Stone's River as a Captain in the Wisconsin 15th Regiment of the Union Army
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      •ID: I381
      •_UPD: 18 JAN 2009 17:50:59 GMT-5
      •Name: Johnan Alton INGMUNDSON
      •Given Name: Johnan Alton
      •Surname: Ingmundson
      •Sex: M
      •Birth:
      •_UID: 0FD4E0BC-F152-4E81-956F-51CCAA6F7686
      •RIN: MH:IF1523 18 OCT 1832
      •Death:
      •_UID: 1C209E87-F3BB-4B39-897B-E5492973F7B2
      •RIN: MH:IF1524 WAR 30 DEC 1862 of At War
      •RIN: MH:I388
      •_UID: CC466D23-EF23-4307-B769-69AB4B12466F
      •Note: Died at the battle of Stone's River as a Captain in the Wisconsin 15th Regiment of the Union Army
      Father: Johnnes INGMUNDSON b: 25 MAR 1806 in Skiptvet, Smaalenene, Norway
      Mother: Nicoline Adersdatter WENDELBOE b: 12 FEB 1810 in Moss, Smaalenene, Norway
      [3]
    • Emigrated to America in 1853.
      He was the first of his family to settle in Minnesota, and later he lived in Allamakee County, Iowa.
      About 1860 he lived in Neshonoc, La Crosse, Wisconsin.

      Capt in the Union Army, Civil War. From Neshonoc, Wisconsin. Enlisted in the 15th Wisconsin Regiment on 2 Oct 1861 along with Lars and Knud Dokken, who were from Perry, Wisconsin. The 15th Wisconsin Regiment, commanded by Col. Hans C. Heg was a Norwegian regiment. John Ingemendsen was made a captain and commanded Company E of Carlin's Brigade, Davis' Division of McCook's Army
      Corps. There were 103 men in Company E.

      According to Waldemar Ager in "Chickamauga: Col Heg and His Boys," published by The Norwegian-American Historical Association in 2000, p. 159-160:
      "In the morning, on 30 Dec., the battle line was formed (across Stones' River) and already that evening the brigade had an encounter with the enemy as they were ordered to take a hostile battery at their front....When the brigade took its position in the battle line, Company E of the 15th Wisconsin was sent forward to reconnoitre. Thus the battery at the brigade's front was discovered and Company E opened fire. It was, it seems, the first clash with the enemy, so it can be said that they opened the battle. At 2 o'clock in the afternoon the whole regiment was ordered forward with the skirmishers of Company E. It
      was in this battle that Captain Ingemundsen was killed. He commanded the skirmishers."

      Lt. P.W. Chantland, who served directly under Capt. Ingemunsen, wrote this in a letter about the battle:
      "Our troops were . . .in a strong line over three miles long. Here our brigade was ordered forward, and we went ahead as skirmishers and pushed the enemy's cordons back about 80 rods, until they found cover behind a stone wall and could not be driven off. We had to take our position in an open field, so they had a good view of us and it was not long before our captain got a bullet in the abdomen. He died within 15 minutes." ("Chickamauga," p. 162)
      Killed at the battle of Stones' River, Murfreesboro, Tenn. at 2 P.M., 30 Dec 1862.
      Body never identified, buried as an "unknown soldier" there
      Patronymic name, assumed father's surname of Ingmundson upon arrival in America.
      Lived in Neshonoc, La Crosse, Wisconsin when he entered the Army.
      [1]

  • Kilder 
    1. [S3396] Ed Beckstrom, USA, direkte efterkommer af Nicoline Andersdatter Wendelboe.

    2. [S844] Kirkebøger arkivverket.no/URN:kb_read, Rygge, Østfold, Norge, 1814-1836, opslag 148-149.

    3. [S1115] worldconnect.rootsweb.ancestry.com.

    4. [S842] Kirkebøger arkivverket.no/URN:kb_read, Rygge, Østfold, Norge, 1814-1836, opslag 401.

    5. [S2289] @ Ketil Johansen, 28. juni 2011.

    6. [S3383] ancestry.com.

    7. [S3311] vesterheim.org/CivilWar/db/i/ing/003946.html.