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B328: Papers of Christian Lochbihler ( -1887), 1862-1869

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Identifier: A0286-00353

Title: B328: Papers of Christian Lochbihler ( -1887), 1862-1869

Description:

A native of Austria, Christian Lochbihler served as an officer in Company I, 5th Missouri Infantry (Union); Company I, 35th Missouri Infantry, Bissell’s Engineer Regiment of the West; and 1st Missouri Engineers. He died May 10, 1887, in St. Louis.

Collection includes two special orders regarding Lochbihler, dated November 29, 1862, and September 24, 1863; letter of Captain Frederick Prince to Lochbihler, dated New Orleans, January 7, 1869, regarding the disposition of a pontoon train at Corinth. Collection also contains four muster rolls of Company I, 35th Missouri Infantry, dated February to October 1863; five muster rolls of the 5th Missouri Infantry, dated April to December 1862; one muster-in roll of Captain J.D. Voerster’s Pioneer Company, Sappers, Miners, and Pontoniers, dated September 29, 1861; five muster rolls of the 1st Missouri Engineers, dated February to August 1864; and four muster rolls of Bissell’s Engineer Regiment of the West, dated December 1863 to June 1864.

Rights: UND

Place: United States
Louisiana
Missouri

Dates: 1862-1869

Type(s): Documentary Artifacts
Folder

Maker/Creator: Prince, Frederick E.

Subjects: Civil War, 1861-1865
Armed Forces
New Orleans (La.)
Mississippi

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