Private Albert P. Mumger

Private Albert P. Mumger was born on 1837 in Oneida County, NY and died May 20, 1885 in Sumner, IA.

Albert P. Mumger entered the Infantry on September 15, 1861, in West Union, IA, served during the Civil War era and reached the rank of Private before being discharged on October 16, 1862 in St. Louis, MO.

Albert P. Mumger is buried at Wilson Grove Cemetery in Sumner, Iowa and can be located at

  • Wounded in Action: Yes

Armed Forces Grave Registration

Information–IWRS Cem Research transferred from G.R. 15 and former Registration by Frank Sturdevant Waverly Iowa.

wounded 4/6/62 Shiloh Tenn Discharged for wounds 10-16-62. Came to Bremer County Iowa, about 1857. Came to Ia with his brother. His brother went back to N.Y. and served in Co. I. 8th N.Y. Cav. Albert was severly wounded at the battle of Shiloh and was discharged because of those wounds. He returned to Bremer County and after regainning his health again took up farming.