Frederick Stoll

BirthSept. 7, 1842
DeathJune 28, 1934
CemeterySt Marys Catholic (Dawson)
PostPorter (Salem)
Unit46th Illinois Infantry, Company F

Private Frederick Stoll

Company F, 46th Illinois Infantry

Stoll was born in Germany on September 7, 1842. He was residing in Freeport (Stephenson County), Illinois when he enlisted in the regiment on February 27, 1864. Stoll was mustered on March 1, 1864 and served about 23 months. He was discharged on January 20, 1866 at Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

The 46th Illinois Infantry was organized at Camp Butler, Illinois in 1861. Prior to Stoll’s enlistment, the regiment fought at the Battles at Fort Donelson and Vicksburg. Stoll joined the regiment in 1864. In April 1865 the unit was sent to Alabama and was involved in the sieges of Spanish Fort and Blakely. After the conclusion of the Civil War, the regiment was assigned duty as an occupational force. Orders were issued on December 27, 1865 that the regiment was to return to Springfield, Illinois. The unit was officially mustered out on January 20, 1866.

Stoll died on June 28, 1934 at the age of 91 years. He is buried in the St Mary’s Catholic Cemetery in Dawson (Richardson County), Nebraska. Stoll was a member of the Porter Post (#48) of the Grand Army of the Republic in Salem, Nebraska.

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