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Mills, Jacob, was shot at the Battle of Opequon (Winchester) after serving in LA. His life was saved by General Custer's charge (not realized by the Regt. history). His right arm was amputated. He became a Methodist minister and c. 1882 moved his family to MT where he did ranching and preaching and was one of the founders of the church in that state. He died in 1925. Some of his descendants still live in MT. (great-granddaughter Barbara Ortell).
Morgan, Edward F., buried Conrad Cemetery, Kalispell, MT. Stone was marked as follows Edward F. Morgan; Co. C; 16th VT Infantry; 1842-1931.
Niles, Solomon Thomas; moved to Cascade, MT, after the war and lived a full life. More information including personal recollections and picture exhist in the hands/memory of his granddaughter. (descendant)