Below will be found the original Muster Roll of Company F:
R. Hamilton, captain;
Philip A. Parker, 1st lieutenant;
William Kidwell, 2nd lieutenant;
Christopher Cowen, 1st sergeant;
Henry S. Osterhout, 2nd sergeant;
Chris Z. Harryman, 3rd sergeant;
William Bush, 4th;
Thomas Kidwell, 5th;
Morgan Steward, corporal
and these men also corporals
Wrn. F. Cook, George M. Parsley, Wrn. L. Roney,
Shadrick W. Nowell,
Horace J. Palmer,
James M. Lindsey
Asa Hatfield and David Kidwell, musicians; Leroy Mullins, wagoner; David Blake, John Blake, Samuel Beach, Calip N. Brown, Pleasant Bird, Granville Bryant, Charles Brown, Robert Brady, John Bishop, Richard Bishop, Ezekiel Cox,
Joshua Chilcoate, Robert Cusick, James Caywood, Andrew Doty, Thomas Densman,William Dibble, George Delosier, Edward Delosier, Samuel Dillon, Jesse Eaton, Lewis England, Wm. R. Foster, George Fordney, William Groshong, Thomas L. Gunn, August Gerhart, George Hull, Elisha Hopkins, John Holley.John Holloway, Titus Holloway, Josiah Ingram, John Ingram, Hugh Johnston,
Thomas Jackman, James Kelley, David Kidwell, Sr., Luny Kidwell, Joseph Kidwell, George Kidwell, James Lee, David Litton,Jeremiah Lord, David Lord, William R. Lord, John T. Lord, Bennett Lopp, John H. Lopp, Hiram Lardmore, James F. Land.
Osmand E. F. Lindsey, James A. Mullins, John Miller, George Miller, Simon Murphy, James A. McCubbins, Philip H. Middleback, Jessie Miller, Abraham McCubbins, Albert McCubbins, Thomas H. McCall, George Mullins, Nathan McDaniel, Valarts Newell,
Ira Rickabaugh, Robert Nicholson, Thos, Nicholson, Henry Newberry, Andrew Shull, Henry Shull, William Shull, Samuel Sands, Andrew J. Sulley, William Smith, James Tombes, James G. Taylor, William C. Vickors, George C. WelsH, John W. Walk,
Geo. W. Wallis.
Lieutenant William Kidwell was commissioned April 1, 1862 and discharged February 18, 1864.
John L. Holloway was commissioned first lieutenant February 23, 1864.
John R. Foster was commissioned captain February 28, 1864.
The company served under these three officers; mustered out of
service at Springfield, Mo. at expiration of term of service, 1865.
I'm not sure if this is helpful to you or not, but someone's ancestor may be mentioned here...There is only one name that I am familiar with and that is S.W. Nowell, who was a resident of the Quincy, Missouri area. His grand-daughter was married to my uncle.