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Vorfahren & Nachkommen von John Carl Müller und Carl Louis Diefenbach
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# Person ID Full Name Military: Date Military: Place Military
1 I167  Edward Bleike BALDINGER, JrEdward Bleike BALDINGER, Jr  1943  Europe   World War II; US Army; 89th Infantry Division, Fifteenth/Third/First Armies 
2 I1614  Karl BENZ      World War II; Wehrmacht 
3 I1615  Wendelin BENZ      World War II; Wehrmacht; missing in Russia, probably dead. 
4 I1612  Franz BENZ      World War II; Wehrmacht; died 1941 in Russia 
5 I1602  Johann BENZ      World War II; Wehrmacht; died 1945 as French prisoner of war 
6 I1606  Josef BENZ      World War II; Wehrmacht; died 1944 in France 
7 I171  Robert Ross CAHAL, Jr.Robert Ross CAHAL, Jr.  1950  South Korea   Korean War; US Air Force 
8 I171  Robert Ross CAHAL, Jr.Robert Ross CAHAL, Jr.  1943  Europe   World War II; US Army Air Force; B-24 Navigator, 15th Air Force 
9 I146  Carl Louis DIEFENBACH      US Navy 
10 I149  Joseph William DIEFENBACH    South Vietnam   US Marine Corps 
11 I145  Carl Louis Berle DIEFENBACHCarl Louis Berle DIEFENBACH  11 Aug 1944  Fort Hayes, Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio, USA    
12 I353  Robert McDowell MCCALL  9 Aug 1861  Butler, Butler County Pennsylvania, USA   US Civil War; Union Army; Robert "Bob" McDowell McCall was a Pennsylvania Volunteer in the Civil War. He enrolled as a private in Co. G., 137th Reg. Infantry at Butler, Pennsylvania, on August 9, 1861 at age nineteen. He gave his residence as Butler County and his occupation as a farmer. Robert was mustered into service at Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on August 25, 1862, and was mustered out of service on June 1, 1863. He was again enrolled as a Pennsylvania Volunteer in the war, this time as a private in Co. A, 212th Reg., 6th Artillery at Allegheny on August 31, 1864. He was promoted to Corporal on September 4, 1864. Robert was mustered out of service with the Battery on June 13, 1865. His brother, William McCall, was also enrolled at Allegheny on August 31, 1864 
13 I3  Dr. Harold MUELLERDr. Harold MUELLER  Nov 1942  Hondo Army Airfield, Hondo, Medina County, USA Texas   World War II; US Army Air Corps; Band Leader 
14 I36  Robert MUELLER, JrRobert MUELLER, Jr  During World War II  Germany   US Army JAG officer 
15 I860  Harvey Harrison QUEEN  Sep 1917  France   World War I; US Army. He was a farrier or blacksmith with Battery E, 314 Field Artillery, 80th Division.  
16 I273  George Walter SINGLEBACK, Sr  7 Apr 1918  Colonia, Middlesex County, New Jersey, USA   George served from 7 Apr 1918 to 31 May 1919 in the Army Quartermaster Corps. He spent most of his service at US General Hospital #3, Colonia, New Jersey.  
17 I809  George Walter SINGLEBACK, Jr.  25 Jul 1944    World War 2 
18 I1208  William THOMAS  15 May 1862    Enlisted May 15 - Aug. 31, 1862; enrolled June 15, 1862, Camp Russell; 8th Texas Infantry (Hobby's Regiment), Confederate States Army

Dec. 1862, listed as Company Clerk; Nov. 26, 1863, put on detached service, with Ordnance Dept., San Antonio, Tex. It appears that he stayed there for the rest of his service.

Paroled as Prisoner of War, Aug. 7, 1865, as a private, E Co., 8th Infantry.

Muster Roll May 14 - Aug. 31, 1863: "Since July 17 [1863] detached as tinner at Corpus Christi"

Muster Roll Jan & Feb. 1864: "Absent" "Detached service, Ordnance Department, at San Antonio, Nov. 26, 1863."

His name appears on a Roll of Prisoners of War, roll not dated, parole not stated. 
19 I1420  Richard James WALLACE  8 Apr 1944  Ft Thomas, Newport, Campbell County, Kentucky, USA    
20 I1530  Frederick/Federic Eugene WASSON      US Navy 
21 I883  ??ames WHITE  Between 1861 and 1865    Union Army