Adna Warner


DeathJune 4, 1923
CemeteryGrand View (Spaulding)
PostScott (Ono)
Unit4th Wisconsin Cavalry, Company F

Private Adna Warner

Company F, 4th Wisconsin Cavalry

Warner was born in Wisconsin. An exact date of birth was not available. He was residing in Bloomer (Chippewa County), Wisconsin when he enlisted and was mustered in the regiment on February 22, 1864. Private Warner served about 27 months. He was mustered out on May 28, 1866 at Brownville, Texas.

During Warner’s enlistment the unit was assigned to duties in Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas. The regiment was part of the capture of Mobile, Alabama on April 12, 1865. During the summer of 1865 the 4th Wisconsin was sent to Texas where it performed guard and patrol duty along the Rio Grande River. The entire unit was mustered out at Brownville in May 1866 and received its’ final discharge in Madison, Wisconsin on June 19, 1866.

Warner died on June 4, 1923. He is buried in the Grand View Cemetery in Spaulding (Greeley County), Nebraska. Warner was one of the last members of the Scott Post (#225) of the Grand Army of the Republic in Ono (Wheeler County), Nebraska.

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Note: Veteran bios were compiled and written by Dean Podoll.


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