Sources of the data in the 101st roster and genealogy files:
Ancestry.com : census, early pension index(usuall has widow if appropriate), military tombstone cards, genealogy, family trees, Soldier's and Sailor's Home Records.
Footnote.com : late pension index(sometimes has death date/place)
Illinois Civil War Muster and Descriptive Rolls Database
Database of the 1929 Illinois Roll of Honor
Database of Illinois Soldiers' and Sailors' Home Residents (Quincy)
Illinois Statewide Death Index, Pre–1916
Illinois Statewide Death Index (1916–1950)
Illinois Statewide Marriage Database
Jacksonville Journal-Courier, Morgan County, Illinois
http://www.usgenweb.org/ many volunteers in several states.
A special thanks for Shirley Aleguas at http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ilmaga/index.html
especially for her labor in finding Civil War veterans' obituaries and her multi-county cemetery listings.
Sons of Union Veterans, http://www.suvcwdb.org/home/search.php?action=search
Iterment.net for their listings of National Cemeteries
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gs&CScnty=979& Find A Grave
http://civilwar.ilgenweb.net/ The Ilinois Civil War Project.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/civilwar_veterans_tombstones/ John Jackson's pictures of Kansas Civil War tombstones.
Reminiscences of the Civil War in the United States. by Rev. John Potter, a member of the 101st. This is based on his diary..
www.brainmist.com/civilwar/menu.htm The diary of Sgt. Hassell Hopper of the 101st interpreted by Doris B. Hopper. Since he also worked on the official history of the 101st, the Adjutant's Report, the 1870 Morgan County History and was on the committee that came up with the names on the monument in Jacksonville,Sgt. Hopper left us a great deal of good information.
The diary of Capt.William Camm, of the 14th Illinois Infantry. He was the older brother of Bernard Camm, of Co.D. The orphaned companies were assigned to be under Capt Camm for about two months after their officers were all captured at Holly Springs. It is not published, but is found at the Illinois State Library.
The letters of Charles Farmer, also not published, but are at the Illinois State Library.
RYNDERS FAMILY, SELECTED HISTORIES, Compiled By John W. Gibbons, Printed by The Genealogy Printing Co., Renton Washington. Copyright. November 2004.
History of Waverly, Illinois, 1830-1986. Published by: Waverly Genealogical & Historical Society,, P.O. Box 15, Waverly, Illinois 62692