• Soldiers' & Sailors' Home
    Historical Society of Montgomery County Illinois
Montgomery County Residents At Soldiers' & Sailors' Home
Name Co. Unit Admitted ID#
MOORE, MATTHIAS F 3 IL CAV 2/1/1894 2736
MORRISON, PERNINA 6/9/1916 870
MORRISON, THEODORE A 91 IL INF 6/9/1916 10900
MOSS, SAMUEL H D 88 IL INF 1/30/1904 6627
NOYES, HENRY A H,D 1 NH INF, 12 VT INF 10/19/1899 5029
NOYES, HENRY A D 12 VT INF 10/16/1903 5029
NUSSMAN, THOMAS J C 143 IL INF 2/22/1906 7401
O'BRIEN, JOHN A A 27 KY INF 12/20/1910 9361
PAINTER, THOMAS A 91 IL INF 5/26/1902 5947
PAUL, JOHN F 7 IL INF 11/22/1892 2391
PIPER, JOHN W A 122 IL INF 11/8/1909 8854
PIPER, LUCINDA 11/8/1909 275
RAGAN, PATRICK L,E 5 IL CAV 11/21/1900 5400
RAMEY, JAMES T C 25 IL INF 3/8/1899 2042
RAMEY, JAMES T C 25 IL INF 10/16/1891 2042
RENCH, JOSEPH F 135 IL INF 5/4/1913 9993
RICHARDSON, CHARLES H C 70 IL INF 11/10/1900 5382
ROBINSON, JOHN A C 80 OH INF 11/14/1900 2892
RUBE, HENRY G 144 IL INF 11/23/1912 9926
RUSSELL, JAMES H HQ 3 IL CAV 10/1/1893 2668
RUSSELL, JAMES H D 3 IL 8/7/1896 2668
SACKETT, JAMES W L,H 3 IL CAV, 142 IL INF 10/18/1892 2335
SANDERS, LOUIS H 9 IL INF 8/4/1911 9550
SCHMIDT, FRED H 55 KY INF 12/14/1888 1061
SELDERS, ISAAC F G 137 IL INF 8/9/1911 9556
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Soldiers' & Sailors' Home Quincy Illinois

In 1885 the General Assembly created the Illinois Soldiers' and Sailors' Home at Quincy to provide subsistence and a home for honorably discharged and disabled veterans of the Mexican and Civil Wars. In succeeding years Illinois veterans of all wars and veterans' wives, mothers, and daughters became eligible for admission. In 1973 the General Assembly changed the home's name to the Illinois Veterans' Home. Since 1976 the Department of Veterans' Affairs has administered the home.

These are the 154 names from Montgomery County Illinois. The names of male residents of the Illinois Soldiers' and Sailors' Home admitted from its opening in 1887 through September 1916. Female residents are also included from their first admissions in 1908 through September 1916.