Audrain County, Missouri
Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Callaway County, MO
Steve Kettle ( Stephen S. Kettle )
He was the son of "Colonel" James Gibson Kettle of Montgomery County, MO.
James G. Kettle enlisted in the same regiment as his son, Stephen S. Kettle during the War between the States..Reg't. E.M.M., with the rank of Colonel-Co.F&S. He enrolled Dec. 12, 1862 at Danville, Montgomery County, Mo. and was ordered into active service the same day. He was relieved from duty April 30, 1863 with number of days in actual service-140-- detailed report
shows 37 days, aggregate number of days on duty to 17th Jan. 1863. 67th Regiment, E.M.M. F&S, rank of Colonel: He was thereafter always called Colonel Reference: Adj. General of Mo. records.
Stephen Kettle enrolled in the Union Army, 11 August 1862 at New Florence, Mo., with the rank of Sergeant, 67 Reg't, E. M. M., Co. C. Ordered into active service, August 27, 1862, Montgomery Co., Mo. Relieved from duty, 1 6 March, 1863. Number of days in actual sevice-113, of 67th E. M. M. Detailed report shows an aggregate of 75 days on duty to 17 Jan. 1863. Re: Adj. G eneral's files, Mo. State Archives, Jefferson City, Mo.
He also enrolled 01 May 1864 with the rank of 2nd Lieut., Reg't E. M . M., Co. E., Commanding officer, Capt. Stewart. Ordered into active service on 1 June 1864 at Wellsville. No. days actual service, 47.