Looking for info on Civil War veterans named Ilgenfritz who served with the 87th Pennsylvania Infantry.The unit mustered in York in September 1861.
1) Ilgenfritz, Alburtus "Bertram", Musician (drummer) Co E; mustered Sep 13, 1861, as a volunteer; discharged Nov 16, 1864; born @1838/39; also served with the 13th Pennsylvania Cavalry; a laborer from York; 5' 7"; deserted August 1, 1863, at camp near Sharpsburg and returned under guard the following October 5; court-martialed, found guilty, and ordered to make up the lost time in addition to forfeiture of pay; illiterate; married Roseanna ? who died 1895; remarried Priscilla Garvic May 1, 1897
2) Ilgenfritz, Thomas, Pvt Co G; mustered Sep 25, 1861, as a volunteer; discharged Oct 13, 1864; born @1836/37; died Sep 25, 1885; a shoemaker and janitor from York; 5' 6", black hair, black eyes; illiterate; married Emma F. Kitch who died 1875; remarried Mary A. Rouse January 16, 1877; children:Thomas (b. 08/02/77), Norman M. (08/30/79), James (b. 09/12/82), Harry Strickler (b. 10/01/84); buried at Prospect Hill Cemetery, York, Pennsylvania
3) Ilgenfritz, William, Pvt Co E; mustered Sep 13, 1861, as a volunteer; discharged July 21, 1865, on a surgeon's certificate; born @1843/44; died Feb 8, 1897; a laborer from York; 5' 6", brown hair, blue eyes; wounded at the battle of Carter's Woods and again at Cedar Creek, the latter costing him his right arm near the shoulder; married Eliza Boyer; children:Nettie (b. 02/03/83) and Harry Boyer (b. 06/19/84); buried at Prospect Hill; in 1903, son Harry lived in Columbus, Ohio
4) Ilgenfritz, William H., Pvt Co K; mustered Sep 11, 1861, as a volunteer; died Oct 15, 1869; a laborer from York; married widow Barbara Maria Iinglesberger Foose March 29, 1866; children: Edward (b. May 11, 1869) and Emma Jane (b. 08/26/64; d. 06/30/68