Charles Hartung, Captain, Co. C, 24th Wisconsin Infantry
- February 19: Charles Hartung is born in Haueiseu, Province of Reiss, Prussia to Heinrich and Augusta Hartung.
- Immigrated to Two Rivers, Wisconsin to live with his uncle Fred Hartung. Fred was a shoemaker and taught Charles the same occupation.
- July 17: Enlisted in the United States Army and served in Company C, 5th Wisconsin Infantry.
- May 5: Charles is wounded in The Battle of Williamsburg. (wounded in the left hip)
- September 14: Discharged from the 5th Wisconsin Infantry. Promoted to 2nd Lieutenant of Co. C, 24th Wisconsin Infantry.
- October 8: Fought in the Battle of Perryville.
- December 31: Fought in The Battle of Stones River.
- March 12: Promoted to Captain for gallantry during The Battle of Stones River.
- September 19-20: Fought in the Battle of Chickamauga.
- November 25: Fought in the Battle of Missionary Ridge.
- January 17: Fought in The Battle of Dandridge in Jefferson County, Tennessee.
- May-September: Fought in the Sherman’s Atlanta Campaign at Rocky Face Ridge, Resaca, Pleasant Hill, Kennesaw, Lovejoy Station, Peach Tree Creek and Dallas.
- November 30: Fought in The Battle of Franklin.
- December 15: Fought in the Battle of Nashville.
- June 10: Mustered out of the United States Army in Nashville.
- September: Charles Hartung married Madalene Bader.
- June 11: The United States Federal Census taken in Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin shows Charles, a hardware merchant, and Lena living with their children: Earnest, age 12, Hulda, 9, Clara, 7 and Emma, 4.
- Served as mayor of Greenbay Wisconsin.
- July 17: Charles Hartung died.