Albert D. J. Cashier 1843 – 1915, (Born Jennie Irene Hodgers), was an Irish-born soldier in the Union Army during the American Civil War. Cashier was born female, but lived as a man.
Enlisted into the 95th Illinois Infantry using the name Albert Cashier and was assigned to Company G. The regiment was part of the Army of the Tennessee under Ulysses S. Grant and fought in approximately forty battles, including the siege at Vicksburg, the Red River Campaign and the combat at Guntown, Mississippi, where they suffered heavy casualties.
Albert Cashier died on October 10, 1915. He was buried in the uniform he had kept intact all those years and his tombstone was inscribed “Albert D. J. Cashier, Co. G, 95 Ill. Inf.” In the 1970s, a second tombstone, inscribed with both of his names, was placed beside the first.