US Soldier killed at the Battle of the Little Big Horn. Pvt Eisemann enlisted into the army on January 15, 1872, in Philadelphia, PA. Various military records spell his last name as either Eiseman or Eisemann. On his enlistment application, the name is spelled Eisemann. Eisemann's listed civilian occupation was brush maker. He was described as 5'5", dark hair, blue eyes, with a fair complexion. On February 18, 1872, Eisemann reported for duty at Rutherfordton, NC. He was assigned to Company C, 7th US Cavalry Regiment. Company C was commanded by two time Medal of Honor recipient and brother of LTC George A Custer, Captain Tom Custer. At the Battle of the Little Bighorn Company C was attached to LTC Custer's battalion. Eisemann was killed sometime during the fighting. After the battle burial details found the remains of many soldiers from Company C on what had been the flanks of Company L on & near Calhoun Ridge. Eisemann's remains were not identified. It is likely his unidentified remains were first buried where they had been found. In 1881 all known battlefield burials were moved to a mass grave on top of Last Stand Hill. On September 23, 1884, Eisemann's father received a pension for the loss of his son.