Welshers in the Civil War
I have records that show at least 15 Welshers served with
Union Forces during the United States Civil War.  At least two were
killed in action, one died from disease, and one lost a leg.
Alanson S. Welsher
Pvt
D Co.
8th NY Hvy Arty
Amos K. Welsher
Cpl
C Co.
28th NY Inf
Andrew Welsher
1 Lt
  25th Ind Battery NY Lt Arty
A Co.
10th US Colored Hvy Arty
Charles W. Welsher
 
  9th MI Cav
Wounded in Action, Lost One Leg
Elisha Welsher
Pvt
C Co.
108th IL Inf
Frank A. Welsher
Pvt
A Co.
108th NY Inf
Wounded at Antietam, Died May 1863
John Welsher
Pvt
  14th Ind Battery MI Lt Arty
John Welsher
Pvt
G Co
9th NJ Inf
Died from Disease, Beauford, NC, Jan 5, 1863
Lorenzo D. Welsher
Pvt
H Co.
36th WI Inf
Nelson Welsher
Pvt
K Co.
1st MI Cav
Philip B. Welsher
Pvt
B Co.
33rd WI Inf
Bishop S. Welsher
Pvt
E Co.
1st OH Lt Arty
Willard M. Welsher
Sgt - 1Lt
  1st OH Lt Arty
William F. Welsher
 
A Co.
19 NY Inf
Killed in Action, Falmouth, VA May 31, 1863
Worden W. Welsher
Sgt
F Co.
3rd OH Cav