It was said that the Pine Island Rifles made of 1/5th of the rank of the Goodhue Volunteers, Co. F of the 1st Minn. Regt. Vol. Inf.
When the call for arms changed from 90 days to 3 years, some men went back home as they could not leave for the 3 years at that time & later joined other companies. This explains why men are seen on rosters & in news paper articles that were made before the change and why they are not seen on rosters after the change between the mustered county company & mustered Regtiment level. As a result, the numbers were less than 1/5th of the rank in the mustered regiment.
William P. Hall
F. Mc Mannus
L. Van Norme
Pvt. William S. Haskins 4th Minn. Co. D
Capt. Orlenzo Morehouse 5th Minn. Vol. Inf. Co. H
Pvt. Jasper W. Dickey 8th Minn. Vol. Inf. Co. H
Pvt. Smith P. Corning 2nd Minn. Vol. Inf. Co. B
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Lt. William B. Dickey 8th Minn. Vol. Inf. Co. H - 122 Colored Inf.
5th Minn. Vol. Inf. Co. D or 6th Minn. Vol. Inf. Co. D
Pvt. Edwin W. Maynard 5th Minn. Vol. Inf. Co. H Disharged for Disability
Pvt. Edger V. Dickey 2nd Minn. Vol. Inf. Co. G & I
Could be from Zumbrota - Pvt. Charles L. Hubbs 1st Minn. Vol. Inf. Co. F Wounded at Bull Run & Gettysburg, Penn.
Cpl. Salem W. Miller 4th Minn. Vol. Inf. Co. D