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This Civil War page is dedicated to my Missouri great-great-grandfathers

                   
Theodore ST. ONGE
(aka, Theodule MARCOUX dit ST. ONGE)
Aug 14, 1836 - Apr 19, 1919
Julius Valentine PAUBEL
Sep 1, 1838 - Nov 29, 1919

My great great grandfathers fought in the Union Army with their neighbors and friends. The information I have listed here about their service came mostly from their pension files. I ordered their pension files through the National Archives in Washington, D.C. and received information on their units from the Missouri State Archives in Jefferson City, Missouri.

The following tables show information from pages of documents that I received from the Missouri State Archives on these two units. I hope that you may find your ancestor on these pages. I would like to keep adding information to this page so that we can eventually get a complete listing of the men and a history of these Missouri units. If you have any information that you would like posted for these units, please let me know. Send an email with the information to me at pfrazer@sbcglobal.net. Please keep checking back as I am still adding information. There was about 200 pages to Julius V. PAUBEL's Civil War pension file!

Entries from Descriptive Roll of the
2nd Missouri Regiment, Lt. Artillery, Co. G (old Co. D)
Line
No.
NameAgeOccupationNativityEnlisted
At/On
Mustered
In At/On
Remarks
?8.MULLER,
G. Henry
27SailorCassel, Hessen St. Louis
Nov 20 1861
St. Louis
Nov 20 1861
None
?9.SHULTE,
Charles
22FarmerGasconade Co., Missouri St. Louis
Feb 21 1862
St. Louis
Feb 21 1862
None
?0.B*KEMYER,
Henry
20FarmerMeinden, PrusiaSt. Louis
Mar 1 1862
St. Louis
Mar 1 1862
None
?ST. ONGE,
Theodore
23FarmerSampen, Canada St. Louis
Feb 21 1862
St. Louis
Feb 21 1862
None
?EGGS,
Matthias
19Butcher?Niedenshapfen, BayernSt. Louis
Mar 20 1862
St. Louis
Mar 20 1862
None
?ALEXANDER,
John
24FarmerSangamon Co., IllinoisSt. Louis
Feb 21 1862
St. Louis
Feb 21 1862
None
?BROHMEYER,
Bernh.
28TeamsterFurstenau, HanoverSt. Louis
Oct 23 1861
St. Louis
Oct 23 1861
Mustered Out
Aug 24 186?
Sys Order 219
?GULLAT,
Gustav
23ClerkHerbergsheim, BadenSt. Louis
Nov 7 1861
St. Louis
Nov 7 1861
Mustered Out
Aug 24 186?
Sys Order 219
?SHOEN,
Henry
26None ListedBuchunau, Hessen St. Louis
Sep 28 1861
St. Louis
Sep 28 1861
Mustered Out
Aug 24 186?
Sys Order 219
?KRUMM,
Math.
20None ListedWeidenary, Baden St. Louis
Nov 25 1861
St. Louis
Nov 25 1861
None
?STOVESAND,
John
23None ListedBrattland, Mehlenburg St. Louis
Oct 14 1861
St. Louis
Oct 14 1861
Mustered Out
Aug ? ?
Sys Order 219
REMARKS: This information is from just one page of entries for this unit. Also on these sheets is the following information: rank, physical description, and marital status. All were enlisted by Capt. SIKEMEYER and were residents of St. Louis, Missouri, at time of enlistment. In order to keep this format readable, I only listed key information for identification. I have used the spelling that is on the sheet, but the copies are very light.

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Entries from Descriptive Roll of the 13th Missouri Regiment, Cavalry, Co. F
under Capt. Schnell
Line
No.
NameAgeOccupa-
tion
NativityResidence at
Enlisment
(City, Co.)
Enlisted
On
Mustered
In At/On
Remarks
22GERK**,
Robert
22FarmerCan't Read Pilot Knob,
Iron
Feb 16 1864Pilot Knob
Apr 4 1864
Died Apr 12
1864 of acci-
dental gun-
shot wound
received
near Union,
Missouri
23GABRIEL,
John
26LaborerFrance Pilot Knob,
Iron
Feb 16 1864Pilot Knob
Apr 4 1864
Mustered Out
Apr 18 1866
24WOLDISMAN?,
John
20FarmerSwitzerland Pilot Knob,
Iron
Feb 16 1864St. Louis
Apr 25 1864
Appointed
Corporal
Nov 20 1865--
Mustered Out
Apr 18 1866
25WERTZBERGH,
Deitrich
22FarmerHannover,
Germany
Pilot Knob,
Iron
Feb 16 1864Pilot Knob
Apr 25 1864
Mustered Out
Apr 18 1866
26JOHNSON,
(aka,JANSEN)
Edward
28FarmerPrusia Law Station,
Jefferson
Feb 16 1864Kimmswick
Apr 9 1864
Mustered Out
Apr 18 1866
27?****RG,
Charles
20FarmerBenton,
Ohio
Law Station,
Jefferson
Feb 16 1864Kimmswick
Apr 9 1864
Mustered Out
Apr 18 1866
28*AILEY,
Godfried
21FarmerBaden Pilot Knob,
Iron
Feb 16 1864Sul. Spring
Apr 2 1864
Mustered Out
Apr 18 1866
29*EIL*R,
Paul
28FarmerSt. Louis,
MO
Law Station,
Jefferson
Feb 16 1864Kimmswick
Apr 9 1864
Mustered Out
Apr 18 1866
30PAUBLE,
Valentine
24Shoe-
maker
Prusia Pilot Knob,
Iron
Feb 16 1864Kimmswick
Apr 9 1864
Mustered Out
Apr 18 1866
31P*SS,
Henry
19LaborerSt. Louis,
MO
Law Station,
Jefferson
Feb 16 1864Kimmswick
Apr 9 1864
None
32RESKA,
Henry
21LaborerGermany Law Station,
Jefferson
Feb 16 1864Kimmswick
Apr 9 1864
Mustered Out
Apr 18 1866
33SIEBEL,
John
43BakerGermany Law Station,
Jefferson
Feb 16 1864Kimmswick
Apr 9 1864
Mustered Out
Apr 18 1866
34SHIL*,
Frederick
19FarmerBavaria Pilot Knob,
Iron
Feb 16 1864Sul. Spring
Apr 9 1864
Mustered Out
Apr 18 1866
35VO*OP*,
William
20FarmerSt. Louis,
MO
Law Station,
Jefferson
Feb 16 1864Kimmswick
Apr 9 1864
Mustered Out
Apr 18 1866
36VOLMER,
Joseph
19FarmerBaden Pilot Knob,
Iron
Feb 16 1864Law Station
Apr 9 1864
Mustered Out
Apr 18 1866
37HILLEN*RAUT,
Peter
42PainterDusseldorf,
Prusia
Mineral PointFeb 17 1864Kimmswick
Apr 9 1864
Mustered Out
Apr 18 1866
38KOENNEMAN,
William
43LaborerAusberg,
Prusia
Mineral PointFeb 17 1864Kimmswick
Apr 9 1864
Mustered Out
Apr 18 1866
39FORREST,
Joseph
19FarmerBellair,
Ohio
Pilot Knob,
Iron
Feb 18 1864Pilot Knob
Apr 2 1864
Discharged
Apr 18 1866
Disability
Certificate
40HAMMER,
Jesse
18FarmerPike Co.,
Illinois
Pilot Knob,
Iron
Feb 21 1864Pilot Knob
Apr 2 1864
Mustered Out
Apr 18 1866
41KING,
James
21FarmerYamen?,
New York
Pilot Knob,
Iron
Feb 25 1864Pilot Knob
Apr 2 1864
Mustered Out
Apr 18 1866
42R****N,
Henry
24FarmerHanover,
Germany
Kimmswick,
Jefferson
Feb 23 1864Kimmswick
Apr 9 1864
Mustered Out
Apr 18 1866
--RAKE/
RAKEY,
Henry
(Private)
UNKUNKUNKUNKUNKUNKUNK
--FINLEY,
D.M.
(1st Sgt.)
UNKUNKUNKUNKUNKUNKUNK
--LEWIS,
F.M.
(Sgt.)
UNKUNKUNKUNKUNKUNKUNK
REMARKS: This information is from just one page of entries for this unit. Also on these sheets is the following information: rank, physical description, and marital status. All were enlisted by Lt. V. CALLOCK(?). The information in Julius V. PAUBEL's Civil War Pension file states that he was discharged at Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas, on April 18, 1866. In order to keep this format readable, I only listed key information for identification. I have used the spellings that are on the sheets, but the copies are very light.

The last few entries on the page are not on the Descriptive Roll sheet, but the names were mentioned in J.V. PAUBEL's pension file as having served with him.

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Entries from Civil War Pension File of Theodore ST. ONGE
of the 2nd Missouri Regiment, Lt. Artillery, Co. G (old Co. D) (aka, "Ink's Battalion")
Form TypeForm DateNameAgeRoleResidenceRemarks*
Neighbor's
Affidavit
Jun 9 1891BOUQUET,
Michael
53Witness/
Notary Public
Melrose"....comrade of...in
the late war of
the Rebellion...."
"....acquainted for
33 years."
Yes
Neighbor's
Affidavit
Jun 9 1891MUELLER,
Charles
67Witness/
Notary Public
Pond"...neighbor and
intimate acquaint-
ence for 20 years"
No
Proof of Origin
of Disability
Oct 24 1892BOUQUET,
Michael
53Witness/
Notary Public
MelroseNoneYes
General
Affidavit
Nov 21 1892JAEGER,
Herman
64Witness/
Notary Public
Meramec
Township
Acquainted
since 1859
No
Questionnaire
Department of the
Interior -- Bureau
of Pensions
May 5 1898ST. ONGE,
Theodore
61ClaimantHollowGives marriage
information and
children's names
(living only)
and dates of birth
N/A
Questionnaire
Department of the
Interior -- Bureau
of Pensions
May 5 1898STEINES,
Herman
UNKJustice of
the Peace
UNKPerformed marriage
on Jul 28 1867
UNK
Questionnaire
Department of the
Interior -- Bureau
of Pensions
May 5 1898LELAND, Jr.
(Hon.) C.
UNKPension
Agent
Topeka, KS
UNKNoneNo
Declaration
for Pension
Aug 16 1911MARCOUX,
Theodule
75ClaimantOrrville
(Post office
at Centaur
Station)
Gives physical
description and
occupation at
enlistment and
date and place
of birth
N/A
Declaration
for Pension
Aug 16 1911PAUBEL,
Julius V.
UNKWitness to
Declaration
Centaur
Station
Acquainted
for 44 years
UNK
Declaration
for Pension
Aug 16 1911KESSELRING,
Henry
UNKWitness to
Declaration
Centaur
Station
Acquainted
for 44 years
UNK
Declaration
for Pension
Aug 16 1911STEINES,
Frederick W.
UNKNotary PublicUNKTerm expires
Mar 10 1915
UNK
Declaration
for Pension
May 17 1912MARCOUX,
Theodule
76ClaimantOrrville
(Post office
at Centaur
Station)
Gives physical
description and
occupation at
enlistment and
date and place
of birth
N/A
Declaration
for Pension
May 17 1912KESSELRING,
Henry
UNKWitness to
Declaration
UNKNoneUNK
Declaration
for Pension
May 17 1912PAUBEL,
Julius V.
UNKWitness to
Declaration
UNKNoneUNK
Declaration
for Pension
May 17 1912STEINES,
Frederick W.
UNKNotary PublicUNKTerm expires
Mar 10 1915
UNK
Questionnaire
Department of the
Interior -- Bureau
of Pensions
Apr 15 1915MARCOUX,
Theodule
78ClaimantNot statedGives marriage
information and
children's names
(living or dead)
and dates of birth
and claimant's
date and place
of birth
N/A
Questionnaire
Department of the
Interior -- Bureau
of Pensions
Apr 15 1915STEINES,
Herman
UNKJustice of
the Peace
UNKPerformed marriage
on Jul 28 1867
UNK
*This column represents (with a yes or no answer) whether the named person served in the unit with Theodore ST. ONGE.
REMARKS: Unless otherwise noted, all persons are located and events took place in the County of St. Louis and the State of Missouri. The event(s) described are regarding Theodore ST. ONGE's service as a Corporal in Co. D, of the 2nd Missouri Regiment, Light Artillery. These statements are regarding an event that took place during the Civil War on or about April 15, 1864, in Duvalls Bluff, Arkansas. The events that occurred between that date and July of 1864, are the reason for my great great grandfather's application for disability pension.

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Entries from Civil War Pension File of Julius Valentine PAUBEL
of the 13th Missouri Regiment, Cavalry, Co. F under Capt. SCHNELL
Form TypeForm DateNameAgeRoleResidenceRemarks*
General
Affidavit
(Form 18)
Sep 10 1887HARDT,
C. Julius
57Witness for
J.V. PAUBEL
MelroseNear Neighbor
Known for 33 years
Noted as "dead"
No
General
Affidavit
(Form 18)
Sep 10 1887STOSBERG,
William
65Witness for
J.V. PAUBEL
Fox CreekNear Neighbor
Known for 33 years
Noted as "dead"
No
General
Affidavit
(Form 18)
Sep 10 1887STEINES,
Frederick W.
UNKNotary PublicUNKCommission expires
Mar 5 1891
No
General
Affidavit
Sep 25 1888JANSEN,
(alias JOHNSON)
Edw.
50Witness for
J.V. PAUBEL
515 St. Charles St.
St. Louis City
later lived in
Cascade, Iowa
Served in unit
together
Yes
War Dept. -
Adjutant
General's
Office-Form
Jan 24 1889JANSEN,
(alias JOHNSON)
Edward (Private)
UNKLooking for him
as a Witness
for J.V. PAUBEL
Not givenServed in Co. F,
13th Regiment,
Cavalry together
Yes
Questionnaire
Department of
the Interior --
Bureau of
Pensions
Aug 4 1898PAUBEL,
Julius V.
UNKClaimantMonarchGives wife's name
as Emma (nee
JÄGER) PAUBEL;
gives where, when
and by whom
married; Gives
children's names
(living only)
UNK
Proof of
Disability
Feb 6 1900JANSEN,
(alias JOHNSON)
Edward
64Witness for
J.V. PAUBEL
515 St. Charles St.
St. Louis City
later lived in
Cascade, Iowa.
Has known subject
for 37 years.
Served in unit
together
Yes
Declaration
for Pension
May 17 1912PAUBEL,
Julius V.
74ClaimantOrrvilleGives details of
physical descrip-
tion, occupation,
place/date of
birth at enlist-
ment and military
history
N/A
Declaration
for Pension
May 17 1912KESSELRING,
Henry
UNKWitness to
Declaration
UNKNoneNo
Declaration
for Pension
May 17 1912ST. ONGE,
Theodore
UNKWitness to
Declaration
UNKNoneNo
Declaration
for Pension
May 17 1912STEINES,
Frederick W.
UNKNotary PublicUNKCommission expires
Mar 10 1915
No
Memorial
of Baptism
Apr 23 1913BILL,
John Valentin
UNKGodfatherUNKStates born on
Sep 1 1838 and
was baptized on
Oct 7 1838
signed by
F.J.B. Translator
N/A
Questionnaire
Department of
the Interior --
Bureau of
Pensions
Apr 10 1915PAUBEL,
Julius V.
UNKClaimantnear Orrville
(P.O. was
Centaur Sta.)
Gives wife's name
as Emma (nee
JAEGER) PAUBEL;
gives where, when
and by whom
married; Gives
children's names
(living or dead)
UNK
Declaration
for Widow's
Pension
Dec 23 1919PAUBEL,
(nee JÄGER)
Emma
69Widow - married
Jun 6 1870 in
St. Louis Co. by
Justice H. Steines
Route 17,
Glencoe
States born on
May 8, 1850 in
"Asch-bei-Hoff,
Germany", and
gives his 3 units.
Also states he
died Nov 29 1919
and no children
under age 16
N/A
Declaration
for Widow's
Pension
Dec 23 1919VON GRUBEN,
Chris
UNKWitness to
Declaration
GlencoeNoneNo
Declaration
for Widow's
Pension
Dec 23 1919WIEDNER,
August, Sr.
UNKWitness to
Declaration
GlencoeNoneNo
Declaration
for Widow's
Pension
Dec 23 1919SCHNARR,
J. Edward
UNKNotary PublicUNKCommission expires
Oct 10 1922
No
Letter from
St. Louis
Recorder's
Office
Apr 20 1920JOY,
Chas. A.
UNKRecorder of
Deeds
UNKStates the records
show that Julius
Valentine PAUBEL
and Emma JAEGER,
both of St. Louis
Co., were married
the 6th day of
June 1870 by
Hermann Steines
a Justice of the
Peace. Filed for
record Aug 17
1870; recorded in
Book 14, Page 416.
N/A
Letter from
Emma Lizzie Paubel
Mar 11 1920SALZBERGER,
G.M.
UNKCommissioner
Department of
the Interior
Bureau of
Pensions
UNKStates she is send-
ing certificate of
marriage and wants
it back, and that
her full name
is Emma Lizzie
PAUBEL, but "I
rarely use the
second name".
N/A
*This column represents (with a yes or no answer) whether the named person served in the unit with Julius V. PAUBEL.
REMARKS: Unless otherwise noted, all persons are located and events took place in the County of St. Louis and the State of Missouri. The event(s) described are regarding Julius Valentine PAUBEL's service during the Civil War. He served in three units and they are in separate tables accessible through the links at the top of the page.

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