Civil War Soldiers
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Grant County, Indiana


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Thanks to the combined efforts of Karen Marshall and Mark Davis, we have a wonderful new addition to the Grant County Page. These two individuals have worked together to create a list of all the soldiers who fought in the Civil War from Grant County, or elsewhere and are buried here. Have a question about any of the soldiers listed here please contact Karen Marshall or Mark Davis.

NOTE: Soldiers marked with an * asterick are buried in Grant Co., but served from elsewhere.



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Bagley, Elias, of Marion; Served 2nd tour in Co F of 8th Reg. Bagley, Levi, of Marion; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; MO 6-14-65. Served two tours. Bagley, Lewis C.; Priv., Co C, 16th Reg. Bagley, Stephen, of Marion; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; MO 6-14-65 Served two tours. Bagwell, James H., of Slash; Priv., Co H, 101st Reg.; trans. to V.R.C. Bagwell, Wiley, of Slash; Priv., Co H, 101st Reg.; died at Bacon Creek, KY 11-20-62 Bailey, Perry F.; Priv., Co M, 5th. Cav., 90th Reg.; disch 11-5-62 by civil authority Bailey, William; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Baird, John H., of Jalapa; Priv., Co K, 34th Reg.; Disch 10-19-63 Baird, Thomas, of Jalapa; Priv., Co E, 25th Reg.; MO 6-4-65 Baird, William R., of Jonesboro; Sergt., Co I, 101st Reg.; disch. b. 4-21-63, d. 1835-Jan. 1911. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Baldwin, Addison M., of Jonesboro; Priv. 12th Battery, Light Artillery; MO 7-7-65. d. 7-24-98 (56Y9M23S) Buried, IOOF Cem., Marion, IN Baldwin, Ira; brother of Sanford T. below. Ran away from home at age 16, lied about his age, and joined the Army. Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg. He died of a heart ailment at Sulpher Rock, ARK on 5-23-62 while still in service. Baldwin, John C.; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Baldwin, Lancaster D., of Fairmount Township; Corpl. prom. to Serg, Co C, 89th Reg.; MO 7-19-65 Baldwin, Leander; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg.; MO 7-19-65 Baldwin, Sanford T., of Jonesboro; 2nd Lt., Co H, 118th Reg.; MO 3-1-64. Sanford was 1 of 11 children of Thomas and Sally (Willcutts) Baldwin. He married Mary Howard and ran a grocery store and served as Postmaster in Jonesboro. Later he moved to Marion and died in 1919 at the Marion Soldiers Home. Bales, Samuel; Sergt., Co G, 103rd Reg.; MO 7-17-63. Enlisted at Hendricks Co. Balesly, Henry B., of Van Buren; Priv., Co B, 153rd Reg. Baley, John H., of Marion; Priv., Co. I, 101st Reg. MI 9/6/1862 MO 6/24/1865 at Louisville, KY Buried in Ridge Cemetery, Hamilton Co., IN Balk, Henry; Priv., Co D, 54th Reg Ball, James A., of Marion; Priv. Co I, 101st Reg. Died 73-63 at Tullahoma TN. Ballard, James H., of Marion; Priv., Co K, 40th Reg.; died at Huntsville, Ala. 3-18-65. Buried at Chattanooga Nat'l Cem, Chattanooga, TN plot L 9606 Ballenger/Ballinger/Belenger Ballinger, David; Priv., Co H, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62. Died at home 1-5-1887 Ballenger, Eben, of Marion, Priv., Co I, 57th Reg. Disch. 9-1-62 due to sickness. Died 10-23-62 before he could return home. Buried Nashville TN Nat'l. Cem. Plot A-5070. Ballinger, Elijah C., of Jefferson Twp.; Priv., Unassigned, in 32nd Reg. Substitute Ballinger, Huston; Priv., Co H, 118th Reg.; MO 3-1-64. Died at home. Buried Hog Creek/Ballinger Cem. Grant Co, IN Ballinger, Jas.; Priv., 12th Reg.; died at Camp Sherman, Miss 8-15-63 Possibly a mistake here and don't know how to rectify it without much research so am posting it both ways - see John Belenger below. Ballinger, Jesse, of Jonesboro; Priv., Co F., 34th Reg.; disch. 10-18-62 w/disability Buried at Hog Creek/Ballinger Cem., Grant Co. IN Belenger, John; Priv., Co C, 12th (3yr) Reg.; died at Camp Sherman, Miss., 8-15-63 Possibly a mistake here and don't know how to rectify it without much research so am posting it both ways - see Jas. Ballinger above. Ballinger, Walter, of Marion; Corpl., Co K, 34th Reg.; discharged w/disability 7-24-62 Ballenger, William, of Jonesboro; Corpl., Co I, 57th Reg.; died at Nashville 4-27-62 Balsley, Henry; Priv., Co I, 34th Reg.; MO 11-7-65. Buried Oak Chapel, Grant Co., IN * Banister, Daniel; Co H, 8th IOWA Cav. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Barber, Henry, of Fairmount Township; Priv, Co D, 136th Reg.; MO 9-2-64. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. L-255. Barley, Amrtion; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Barley, Christian; Musician in the band of the 34th Reg.; no muster out date 8/11/1835 - 5/12/1879 Buried in Marion I.O.O.F. Cem. Barley, John C.; Priv., Co A, 5th Cav., 90th Reg.; MO 6-15-65 Barley, Martin; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62: 2nd tour served as Priv., Co A, 5th Cav., 90th Reg.; MO 6-15-65 * Barley, Peter, Co I, 14th PENNSYLVANIA Inf.; MO 8-7-6. 5/5/1834 - 5/21/1896 Buried IOOF Cem., Marion, IN Barley, William J.; Corpl., Co I, 12th (1yr)Reg.; MO 5-19-62 6/25/1836 - 5/23/1917 Buried in Marion I.O.O.F. Cem. Barnes, Henry C.; Priv., Co I, 9th Reg.; MO 6-21-65 Barnes, Aaron H.; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg; MO 5-19-62. Barnes, Elijah, of Marion; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg.;disch. 12-24-62 Barngrover, Isaac, of Slash.; Priv., Co H, 101st. Reg.; died in Andersonville prison, of Diarrhoea, 8-31-64. Grave no. 7370. Isaac Barngrover was born Apr. 5, 1841 in Brown Co., OH and was a resident of either Slash, Greene Twp. or Sims Twp. at the time of his enlistment (found him listed in both places.) He was recorded under several different spellings which may be that the original spelling was Berngruber, Swiss/German name. It has been found as Batnever, Barngever, Barngover etc. Barnhard, Jacob M., of Jonesboro; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Barrett, Lewis; Priv, Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Barrett, William; Priv., Co D, 84 Ind. Inf., 8th Reg. Buried IOOF Cem., Matthews IN Barry, Richard; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; wounded at Port Gibson 5-1-83; MO 9-5-64 Bartholomew, Ephraim,; Served two tours as 1st Lt, Co I, 20th Ind. Inf. 1st Serg, Co A, 19th IN Vol. Inf; (Born July 29, 1842 in Devonshire England.) Commissioned 7-1-63. He was wounded twice, the first in fight of Petersburg, on June 16, 1864, and again on April 6, 1865, while leading his company at Amelia Court House, Virginia a few days before Gen. Lee surrendered at Appomattox. Bartholonew was severly wounded and left on field to die. He regained consciousness and was picked up and moved by his men to hospital. He survived, returned to Fairmount Township and later married Miss Sarah E. Gibson of Hamilton County IN and fathered 6 children by her.
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Bartley, Joseph; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg.; MO 7-19-65 Barton, George C., of Slash; Priv., Co H, 101st Reg.; disch. 1-1-63 Barton, John S.; Priv., Co E, 101st. Reg.; disch 2-28-63 Barton, Joshua; Priv., Co E., 101st. Reg.; disch 18-63 Barton, Snowden B.; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg; MO 7-19-65 Barton, William N.; Priv., Co E, 101st Reg.; died at Munfordville Ky. 12-18-62 Baswell, Joseph S., of Slash; Sergt., Co H, 101st; MO 6-24-65 Bates, George W., of Fairmount Township; Priv, Co D, 2nd IN Cav.; MO 10-4-64. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 581 (no marker) Bates, John W.; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; disch w/disability 4-10-63. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Bathreall, John W.; MI Priv. Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.; MO 8-6-61 Baumbast, Henry, of Sims Twp; Priv., 2nd Batt, Lt. Art. Baxter, George; Priv., Co E, 34th Reg. trans. to Co M, 7th Cav.(119th Reg); prom to 2nd Lt. of Co D. Enlisted at Anderson IN. Died in Missouri 1879. Baxter, Samuel S., of Marion; Priv. Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; MO 6-14-65. Served 2nd tour in Co H of 8th Reg. Bayless, Thomas; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg.; died 4-9-64 of wounds received at Pleasant Hill, La. * Beall, George W.; 154th Ohio Inf., Co. K died 10/1916 Buried in Marion I.O.O.F. Cem. Beals, Enoch, of Fairmount Township; Priv., Co K, 1st IN Cav. (bro. of Newton). Died 1-22-92 (50Y3M8D). Buried Fairmount Park Cem., Lot 501 Beals, Francis,; 2nd Lt, Co D, 139th Reg.; Beal(s), Hiram; Priv., Co D, 139th Reg.; MO 9-29-64 Beals, Newton, of Fairmount Township; Priv, Co K, 1st IN Cav. (bro of Enoch). (1844-1929) Buried Fairmount Park Cem., Lot 586 Beals, William Penn, of Fairmount Township; 2nd Lt., Co F, 139th Reg. Beam, Eli Jackson; of Pleasant Twp., Co. A, 25th Reg. Ind. Inf. Drafted on 20 Sep 1864, in Wabash, Ind. by Cap. Cowgill, for a term of 1 year. MI 30 Sep 1864 at Wabash by Capt. Cowgill and credited to Jackson Twp., Brown Co., Ind. Eli was 38 years old, 5 feet 8 inches, dark complexion. He had blue eyes and brown hair. He was born in Guernsey, Ohio and was a farmer by occupation. His residence when drafted: 11 Coug Desk?? (Don't know what that means) Eli died on the 19 Feb 1865, of disease in the hospital of the 1st Division, 17 Army Corps. He was a Private. Eli and his wife Sarah and 4 children moved from Ohio to Indiana, they had 1 child born in Ind. the year before he died. He and his wife's brother-in-law, John Selfridge, were both residents of Pleasant Twp. at the time of their enlistments. John Selfridge was in Co. K. Both families moved from Ohio around the same time. Source: Luis Beal No info available on this soldier in the State Civil War Archives. Beason W.( Henry) H., of Jalapa; Sarg, Co K, 34th; prom. to 2nd Lt., trans to 12th Batt. Light Artillary; MO 7-7-65. Buried Maple Grove/Overman/Raypholtz Cem., Grant Co., IN Beatty, John; Priv. Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.; MO 8-6-61 Becht, Jehu, of Jonesboro; Priv., Co F, 40th Reg.; MO 6-15-65. b.10-21-32, d. 9-6-1910. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Bechtel, Samuel; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; trans. to V.R.C. * Beck, Samuel H. (4-3-1844 to 3-27-1919). Resident of Van Buren from 1872 til his death. Born in Handcock County, IN. He enlisted 8-8-63 in Co.F, 84th Reg. and mustered out of Ft. Wayne.In his first battle, at Chickamauga, Mr. Beck was saved only by a belt buckle, which was struck squarely by a Confederate bullet. During battle of Kenesaw Mt., Mr. Beck's brother Cornelius was wounded and later died in hospital. Mr. Beck stripped himself of all accouterments and carried his bro. to safety with hundreds of Conf. soldiers looking on. As Mr. Beck put it,"not one of them fired a shot at us". While on guard duty near Lovejoy Station, he became severely wounded and walked 1/2 mile for medical treatment. In Dec., 1865 he married Miss Clara Brewer and fathered 4 children by her; Mrs. Ruth Camblin, Mrs. Frank Anderson, Everett, and a child that died in infancy. He is buried in Van Buren Cemetery
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Beckdolt, Philip C., Priv, Co G, 153rd.; MO 9-4-65 Beecher, Jesse, of Marion; Priv., Co K, 40th Reg.; MO 6-15-65 Beekford, Lewis C., of Mier; Capt., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; MO 12-8-63 Beekman, Jacob R.; Priv., Co C, 12th (3yr) Reg.; MO 6-8-65 Beekman, Lewis C.; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Also listed as Beckman. Beeson, Hezekiah; 1st Sergt., Co I, 12th.(1yr) Reg.: 2nd tour served as 1st. Lt. in Co C, 12th.(3yr) Reg.; prom. to captain; resigned 2-15-64. Wounded at Milton Ridge then died of wounds on Feb. 15, 1864 (33Y2M2D). Buried, Maple Grove,Overman/Raypholtz Cem., Grant Co., IN Beeve, Benjamin C.; Wagoner, Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; died Feb. 1863 of disease Beidler, James William, of Fairmount Township; Priv, Co A, 156th Reg.; MO 8-4-65. b., 11-4-47, d. 8-5-1916. Buried Fairmount Park Cem., Lot 423. Belenger/Ballenger/Ballinger Ballinger, David; Priv., Co H, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62. Died at home 1-5-1887 Ballenger, Eben, of Marion, Priv., Co I, 57th Reg. Disch. 9-1-62 due to sickness. Died 10-23-62 before he could return home. Buried Nashville TN Nat'l. Cem. Plot A-5070. Ballinger, Elijah C., of Jefferson Twp.; Priv., Unassigned, in 32nd Reg. Substitute Ballinger, Huston; Priv., Co H, 118th Reg.; MO 3-1-64. Died at home. Buried Hog Creek/Ballinger Cem. Grant Co, IN Ballinger, Jas.; Priv., 12th Reg.; died at Camp Sherman, Miss 8-15-63 Possibly a mistake here and don't know how to rectify it without much research so am posting it both ways - see John Belenger below. Ballinger, Jesse, of Jonesboro; Priv., Co F., 34th Reg.; disch. 10-18-62 w/disability Buried at Hog Creek/Ballinger Cem., Grant Co. IN Belenger, John; Priv., Co C, 12th (3yr) Reg.; died at Camp Sherman, Miss., 8-15-63 Possibly a mistake here and don't know how to rectify it without much research so am posting it both ways - see Jas. Ballinger above. Ballinger, Walter, of Marion; Corpl., Co K, 34th Reg.; discharged w/disability 7-24-62 Ballenger, William, of Jonesboro; Corpl., Co I, 57th Reg.; died at Nashville 4-27-62 Beeson, Harry; of Pleasant Twp. Listed in Whitson's History as a Civil War Veteran, but no info available from the State Civil War Archives or unable to determine which one he was. * Bell, Alson M., who lived in Fairmount Township for many years, was born June 7, 1842. He was a Confederate soldier during the Civil War. Serving in Co H, 38th NORTH CAROLINA Inf. in the Army of Northern Virginia, under Gen. Robert E. Lee.
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* Bell, William,served in CW in N. Carolina. He was Born in Randolph Co in 1832. His mother was left to raise her 4 children. She gave the 2 oldest over to the County who sold them at auction to be used as slavery, called 'bound boys'. Luckily William and his brother were bought and raised by Quaker families who did not believe in slavery. William married Nancy Ferguson of Randolph Co. N. Carolina and started his family. He served in the war until 1865 and moved his family w/3 children; James, Molly, and Sally to Indiana. They had Julia in Indiana. 17 years later they moved to Grant County, IN. He raised his family in the Quaker faith. Bellville, Gilbert; Priv., Co B, 130th Reg. prom to Serg; MO 12-2-65. Buried Jefferson Cem., Grant Co., IN Benbow, Benjamin F., of Jonesboro; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg.; died at Chattanooga, Tenn. 12-2-63. Buried Chattanooga Nat'l. Cem. Plot D 02545. Benbow, Isaac E.; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg.; MO 7-19-65 Benbow, Jesse; Priv., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.; MO 8-6-61. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Benbow, Thomas; From the State Civil War Archives we find Thomas Benbow. Residence not listed; Enlisted on 9/21/1864 as a Private. On 9/21/1864 he mustered into "E" Co. IN 58th Infantry He was Mustered Out on 6/5/1865 Whitson's Centennial History of Grant County 1814 - 1914 Born June 11, 1836, the son of Evan Benbow. Thomas was engaged in farming in Monroe Twp. at the time of the outbreak of the Civil War. With other young men of his community he enlisted for service in the Union Army, becoming a Private in the 58th Regiment Ind. Vol. Inf., with which he served until the close of hostilities, at which time he resumed his farming operations in Monroe Twp. Bender, David, of Green Twp.; Priv., Co H, 47th Reg. Bender, Peter, of Green Twp., Priv., Co H, 47th Reg. Benham, Robinson, of Marion; Priv., Co E, 83rd Reg.; died at Keokuk, Iowa 2-16-63. Buried at Keokuk Nat'l Cem plot 473. Bennett, Joseph, of Fairmount; Priv, 24th IN Battery (father of Josephus); Bennett, Josephus, of Fairmount; 2nd tour as Priv. Co K, 34th Reg. Served two tours. (son of Joseph above) Benrich, Owen E, of Harrisburg; Priv., Co C, 97th Regg; MO 6-9-65 Beradick, George; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 5-22-65 Bergon, Michael; Priv., Co I, 12th Reg. 1yr; MO 5-19-62 * Bert, Henry L.; 47th Ind. Inf. Enlisted 12/12/1861 as a musician. He re-enlisted on 12/15/1863. He was promoted to Principal Musician. he MO 10/23/1865. He was a resident of Tipton Co., IN when he enlisted. 8/15/1845 - 12/8/1910 Buried in Marion I.O.O.F. Cem. Beshore, Jacob of Marion; commissioned 4-23-61, 1st Sarg. Co B, 8th (3 mo) Reg.; served remainder of war in Co H, 8th IN Inf. reorganized. Appointed adjutant in December 1864. One of only three regimintal officers from Grant county. MO 6-12-65 as Sergt. Major. Died at home 4/10/1877. Buried in Marion I.O.O.F. Cem. Beshore, Leander P.(C.); Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65. Buried IOOF Cem., Marion, IN Beshore, Samuel; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 9-21-64: 2nd tour served as 1st Sergt., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65. b. 12-24-45, d. 9-8-1922, buried IOOF Cem., Marion, IN Bevard, James, Priv. Co C, 12th (3yr) Reg.; MO 6-8-65 Bevard, Jesse M., of Wash. Twp., Grant Co.; Priv. Co D, 54th (1yr), Reg.; died at Indianapolis. Born abt. 1843 to Jonathan and Charity Bevard. Died 12-17-1862, orig. buried in Greenlawn Cem., Indianapolis, Ind. moved to Crown Hill Nat'l Cem. Indianapolis, Marion County, Ind. Plot 10 479. Bevard, Joseph; 12th Ind. Inf., Co. C 7/23/1835 - 9/24/1903 Buried in Marion I.O.O.F. Cem. * Bevard, Robert; Co F, 9th ILLINOIS Cav. Buried Union Chapel-Beekman Cem., Grant Co., IN Bhymer, William; Priv., 101st Reg. prom. to Serg; MO 6-24-65. b. 4-5-22, d. 8-25-90. Buried, Sec E, Knox Chapel, Grant Co., IN Bigelow, Dr. James; Priv., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.; MO 8-6-61. Died at Indianapolis 5-21-86 Bird, James, of Liberty Twp; Priv, Unassigned, in 32nd Reg. Substitute Bird, Robert W., of Van Buren; Priv., Co K, 130th Reg. Born 1846, died 7-5-1929 and is buried in Van Buren Cemetery. Survived by widow Julia; 5 daughters, Mrs. A.M.Thompson, Mrs. Newell Green, Mrs. George Peters, Miss Zona Bird, and Mrs Elizabeth Huston, and one son, Fred.
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Birley, Jacob; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Birmgibel, Theodore, of Simms Twp.; Priv., 2nd Batt, Lt. Art. Bishop, Lewis; Priv., Co H, 12th.(1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Black, Benjamin; Priv., Co E., 101st. Reg.; disch. 2-23-63 Black, Daniel G. of Jalapa; Priv. Co K, 34th Reg. Served 2 tours Black, John R.; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Black, William J.(H.) of Franklin Twp.; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66 Served two tours. Blackstone, John B.; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; Blain, Henry Z., of Washington Twp.; Priv., Co B, 153rd Reg. Blake, Henry; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr), Reg.; MO 12-8-63 Blinn, Henry C.; Musician, Co A, 139th Reg.; MO 9-29-64 Blinn, Henry Z.; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 12/26/1844 - 2/26/1926 Buried in Marion I.O.O.F. Cem. Blinn, Samuel; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; appt. Sergt.-transf. to V.R.C. 1842 - 12/1898. Buried in Marion I.O.O.F. Cem. Bliss, Samuel D; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg; MO 9-4-65 Bloxham, Joseph J., of Slash; Priv., Co H, 101st Reg.; MO 6-24-65 Blue, James; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; died at Saratoga, Ky. 4-29-65 Blue, Noah; 118th Reg.; wandered off in the woodland and died * Board, William Joseph; Co K, 83 OHIO Inf. 1844-1921. Buried Thrailkill Cem., Grant Co., IN Bockhoven, Lewis; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg; MO 9-4-65 * Bocock, Cyrus; Priv., Co A, 10th ILLINOIS Cav.; Buried Converse Cem., Grant Co, IN Bocock, Van D.; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr), Reg.; died 2-20-63 of disease * Boggess, Randolph; Priv, Co C, 153rd OHIO Inf - Fairmount Township Bogue, Jonathan; Priv., Co A, 87th Reg, trans. to Co A 42nd Reg. while in Washington DC on 6-10-65; MO 7-21-65. He was a substitute from Fairmount Township. b. 12-2-44. m. Abigail Cox on 12-14-65, d. 10-5-85. Buried Back Creek Cemetery, Fairmount In. Bole, George; Priv., co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Boler, Adam S.; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Bond, Amos; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr), Reg.; MO 3-26-63 Bond, Benjamin; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr), Reg.; MO 12-8-63 Bond, Joseph, of Marion; 1st Lt., Co I, 101st Reg.; MO 6-24-65. b. 5-13-34, d. 3-15-1905. Buried Quaker Section IOOF Cem., Marion IN Bond, Samuel, of Marion; Priv., Co. F, 71st Ind. Inf. He mustered in 1/18/1862 He was transferred out on 2/23/1863 at Indianapolis, IN and on 2/23/1863 he transferred into Co. F, 6th Ind. Cav. He was mustered out on 6/17/1865 at Pulaski, TN Promotions: Corpl. Bond, William P.; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr), Reg.; died in rebel prison, Vicksburg, 1-14-63 Booth, Auginshee(Augustine); Priv., Co F, 34th Reg. MO 2-3-66 * Boreland, Samuel R.; 89th Ohio Inf., Co. K 1/24/1839 - 10/19/1014 Buried in Marion I.O.O.F. Cem. Boswell, David S., of Slash; Priv., Co H, 101st. Reg.; disch. 5-3-63 Boswell, Ephraim, of Slash; Priv., Co H, 101st Reg.; MO 6-24-65 * Boswell, John W.; 57th Ind. Inf., Co. C. Resident of Hillsboro, IN when he enlisted on 12/18/1861. 1841 - 9/1911. Buried in Marion I.O.O.F. Cem. Boswell, Joseph S., of Sims Twnshp; 1st.Sergt. Co H, 101st. Reg.; MO 6-24-65. Buried Converse Cemetary, Grant Co., IN Bourk, William J., Priv. Co I, 34th Reg.; MO 11-26-65 Bowers, David H., of Jonesboro; Corpl., Co K, 130th Reg.; died in field hospital in Georgia 7-9-64 Bowers, Henry J., of Marion; Priv., Co F, 51st Reg.; MO 12-13-65 Bowers, John T.,of Jalapa; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; wounded at Cedar Creek, when last heard from he was in Philidelphia hospital MI 8-30-1862 Listed as wounded 10-19-1864. Also have him listed as a resident of Marion. Died in Pierce County, Wisconsin and is buried there in the Maple Grove Cem. No death date noted on stone. Bowman, John G., of Marion; Priv., Co K, 40th Reg.; MO 6-15-65 Bowman, William H.; Musician, Co C, 12th (3yr) Reg.; MO as priv. 6-8-65 born: 18 Aug 1843 in Indiana died: 13 April 1921 Soldiers Home in Lafayette, Indiana buried: Riverside Cem., Gas City, Mill Twp., Grant Co., Indiana, SW 40 RS s/o George and (? Godfrey) Bowman, both born in PA * Boyd, Alvin C.; 221st N.Y. Inf., Co.J 12/9/1843 - 3/22/1923 Buried in Marion I.O.O.F. Cem. Boyer, Amandus; Sgt., Co D, 8th Ind. Inf. * Buried in the Veterans Cemetery at the Soldiers Home in Marion, Ind. Asterick means this soldier has not been verified by the U.S. Dept. of Veterans' Affairs.
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Boyer, Joshua; 12th Ind. Inf., Co. I 1824 - 12/1898 Buried in Marion I.O.O.F. Cem. Boyer, William; Priv.(substitute), Co H, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Boyle, George, of Monroe Twp.; Priv., Co. G, 153rd Reg. Died 1874. Bracken, James A.; Priv., Co H, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Bradberry, Thomas B., of Jonesboro; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg.; died at University Hill, N. CAR 8-3-63 Bradbury, James S., of Slash; Priv. Co H, 101st Reg. Killed at Chickamaunga, 9-19-63 Bradbury, James T.; Corpl., Co H. 101st Reg.; MO 6-24-65. Buried, Quaker Section, IOOF Marion IN Bradbury, John T., of Slash; Corpl., Co H, 101st Reg.; MO 6-24-65 Bradbury, William A., of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co C, 89th Reg.; MO 7-19-65 Braderick, William; Priv.., Co C, 12th (3yr) Reg.; appt. Corpl.; killed at Richmond, Ky. 8-30-63 Bradfield, Calvin; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Bradfield, Eli W. of Richland Twp. Priv. Co F., 34th Reg. Bradfield, James; Priv. Co C, 12th (3yr) Reg. ; MO 6-8-65 Bradford, Eli M.; Priv., Co M, 5th Cav., 90th Reg.; died in rebel prison in 1864 Bradford, George, of Marion; Priv., Co K, 40th Reg.; died at Pulaski, Tenn. 1-29-65 Bradford, George W.; Co B, 8th Reg. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Bradford, Hiram, of Jonesboro; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66. Died at Burbon IN. Bradford, James F.; Corpl. Co F, 57th Reg. Died 12-24-1862 (30Y24D). Buried Morris Chapel Cem., Grant Co., IN Bradford, Jesse T.; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr), Reg.; MO 12-8-63
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Bradford, John M.; Priv., Co G, 57th Reg.; Disch. w/disability 3-26-62 Bradfor, Otha A.; Bugler, Co. A, 13th Ind. Cav. MI 3/22/1864 MO 11/18/1865 at Vicksburg, MS Res. listed as Marion, IN at enlistment. Bradford, Rev., William S., of Middletown, IN; Capt., Co F, 57th Reg. Died while in service 5-19-62 (34 years); Buried Morris Chapel Cem., Grant Co., IN Bradshaw, Quincy; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr), Reg.; died 1-6-63 of disease Braffet, David; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; died at Evansville, Ind., 6-22-61 Braffet, Orris; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg. ; MO 5-19-62 * Bragg, John W.; Corpl., Co H, 1st OHIO Cav. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Brandenburg, Mathias, C., of Marion; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg.; MO 6-24-64 * Brandon, Scott; From the State Civil War Archives we find Scott Brandon - res. not listed - age 21 yrs. old - MI 10-28-1862 - Ohio 2nd Cavalry. Possibly became a Grant County resident sometime after the war. Branhan, Preston; Priv., Co F, 16th Reg.; MO 7-7-65. Died 6-22-1909. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN. Branson, Henry, of Jalapa; Priv., Co E., 25th Reg.; MO 6-4-64 Branson, Wilson; Priv., Co I, 42nd Reg. Bratton, William G.; Priv. Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg; MO 8-6-61 Brawley, Samuel of Mill Twp.; Priv. Co F, 34th Reg. Breden, Edward D.; Priv., Co I, 91st Reg.; MO 3-23-64 Brewer, Benjamin; Priv., Co D, 69th Reg.; MO 8-12-65. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN * Brewer, George W.; Co K, 149th OHIO Inf. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City IN Brewer, George, of Fairmount; Priv, Co C, 89th Reg.; (1 of 3 Brewer bro.) died 12-15-62 at Indianapolis. Buried Little Ridge Cem., Grant Co., IN Brewer, James, of Fairmount; Priv, Co K, 130th Reg. (1 of 3 Brewer bro.) died at Chattanooga, Tenn on 11-18-64. Plot: G 8286, Chattanooga Nat'l Cemetery, Chattanooga, TN Brewer, Willis, of Fairmount; Priv, Co C, 89th Reg. (1 of 3 Brewer bro); died 3-6-63 at Ft. Pickering, Tenn. Brewington, Elijah H. of Grant County; Priv., Co C, 40th Reg.; Enlisted on 10/22/64 deserted 7-16-65 or was mustered out 7/16/65 Note: two sources to different discharge information. Died 8/11/1879 aged 51y.8m.19d. and is buried in the Hearn Cem., Jay County, Ind. Bright, Abram; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg.; died 12-15-62 at Memphis, Tenn Bright, Jesse, of Fairmount Township; Priv, Co H, 140th, Reg.; MO 7-11-65. Buried New Harmony Baptist Cem., Grant Co.IN. Enlisted in Cadiz, IN. * Britt, Thomas; 69th Ohio Inf., Co. F died 9/1929 MI 12/31/1861, age 24yrs. He was discharged for disability on 12/6/1862 at Nashville, TN. Buried in Marion I.O.O.F. Cem. Brock, John; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; MO 8-28-65. Bronson, Milton, of Marion; Priv., Co I, 42nd Reg.; MO 6-18-65 Brooks, Samuel, of Jonesboro; Priv., Served two tours, 2nd tour with Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66. Buried Hog Creek/Ballinger Cem. Grant County IN Brooks, William (from Scotts Co, or Greennsburg, IN); Priv., Co C, 38th Reg.; MO 7-15-65. Buried Thrailkill Cem., Grant Co., IN Brookshire, Thomas J., of Fairmount Township; Priv, Co E, 9th IN Cav. (121st Reg.); MO 8-28-65. 1844-192. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 554. BROOKSHIRE, THOMAS JEFFERSON- born in Henry Co. 11-26-44 to Rev. Emsley and Elizabeth (Shelly) Brookshire. He met and fell in love with Nancy Clementine Akers while working on his father''s farm. Marriage was delayed due to his entering war. The horse he rode was named Clementine after his sweetheart. He married her 1 year after discharge from war. After 5 years of marriage he and his growing family (grew to 10 children in all) moved to Grant Co. and purchased 80 acres for $1,300. the children were; Charles, Anna, Leroy, Jesse, Cornelius, Lucius, Henry Nixon, Clyde, Nettie Fern, and Eulatie. Thomas and Clementine prospered financially and established each of their children with 80 acres. Tom took great pride in the quality of his livestock, particular, the breeding of Belgium horses. He was largely responsible for the building of roads in his area. Past the age of 70, he purchased the first automobile in his area, the Brisco which was only produced from 1914 - 1921. Tom and Clementine are both buried in Fairmount Park Cemetery. Brosier, Peter; Priv., Co E, 128th Reg. Disch 3-5-66. Brough, J.E.; Priv., Co B, 8th Reg. Buried IOOF Cem., Marion IN Brown, B.R.; Corpl., Co E, 5th IN Cav. Buried Fairmount Park Cem., Lot 468. Brown, Charles; Priv., Co K, 2nd Cav. (41st Reg).; Disch. 11-3-63. Died 10-7-1902 (age 70 years). Buried Jefferson Cem., Grant Co., IN Brown, David M; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg. MO 9-4-65 Brown, Ethan A., of Slash; Priv., Co B, 84th Reg.; MO 6-14-65 * Brown, James; Priv, Co I, 2nd OHIO Cav. - Fairmount Township Brown, James P.; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; died at Louisville, Ky. 8-16-65 * Brown, Jethiel Co F, 88th OHIO Inf. b. 12-28-34, d. 10-24-1902. Buried, Sec. H, Knox Chapel Cem., Grant Co., IN Brown, John; Priv., Co H, 12th (1yr) Reg.; disch. 8-6-61 w/disability Brown, Joseph; Priv., Co H, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Brown, Thomas J.; Priv., 17th Batt., Lt. Art. MO 7-8-65 Brown, William R., of Slash; Priv., Co H, 101st Reg.; died 7-12-63 at Tullahoma TN. Brownlee, John Q.; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Broyles, John W.; Priv., Co G, 134th Reg.; MO 9-22-64. Buried in Back Creek Cemetery, Fairmount IN Bruce, James W.; Priv., Co M, 5th. Cav., 90th Reg.; died in Andersonville GA prison 7-8-64. Buried at Andersonville Nat'l. Cem. Plot 3044 Brumfield, Sanford D., of Jalapa; Priv., 13th Batt., Lt. Artillary; MO 7-10-65 Brumley, Samuel, of Jonesboro; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 7-18-65. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Brummet, David, of Jalapa; Priv., Co K, 34th Reg.; killed at Port Gibson 5-1-63 Brushwiller, John W.; Priv., Co. K, 2nd Cav. (41st Reg.); MO 6-4-65. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Brushwiller, Robert A.; Priv., prom. to Corpl., Co C, 89th Reg.; MO 7-19-65. b. 2-27-42, d., 11-8-1916. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Bruss, Nathaniel J; Priv., Co K, 34th Reg.; MO 9-21-64 Bruss, Thad; of Pleasant Twp. Listed in Whitson's History as a Civil War Veteran, but no info available from the State Civil War Archives or unable to determine which one he was. NOTE: He may be Nathaniel listed above. Bryant, Joel B., of Xenia IN; Priv., Co I, 99th Reg.; MO 6-5-65. Buried Converse Cem., Grant Co., IN Bryant, Josiah, of Xenia IN; Priv., Co E, 130th. Reg.; MO 12-2-65. Buried Converse Cem., Grant Co., IN Buchanan, Alexander, of Marion; 1st Lt., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.;Prom. to Cap.; MO 5-19-62. b. 1-23-1818, d. 6-7-1902, buried IOOF Cem., Marion IN Buchanan, John (12 John Buchanans in war), no further info. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 768 * Buck, Charles F.; Priv, Co C, 33 MASSACHUSETTS Inf. - Fairmount Township. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 367. * Buck, Frank A.; Co C 33rd MASSACHUSETTS Inf. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 367. Buckingham, Thomas F., of Jonesboro; Priv., Co K, 65th Reg., trans to 120th Reg; MO 9-14-65 Buller, Harmon, of Fairmount Township; Priv, Co H, 118th Reg.; MO 3-1-64. 1844-1916. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 514 Buller, John, of Fairmount Township; Priv, Co K, 47th Reg. b. 8-12-42, d. 7-12-1903. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 368 Buller, John Sr.; Priv., Co D, 33rd Reg.; died in service. b. 1-11-25, m. Jane Thomas, d. 1-10-65 Bumpus, Gabriel, of Fairmount Township; Priv, Co I, 33rd Reg. Disch 10-21-62. 1839-1903. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 375. BUMPUS, GABRIEL son of John and Jane Bumpus, both parents died in 1843 leaving Gabriel and 3 siblings orphans. Marr. Mary Christina Alice, they had 3 children; William Henderson, Elizabeth Amanda, and Albert Roy. Bunker, Darius, of Slash; Priv., Co H, 101st. Reg.; MO 6-24-65 Burch, Loyal, of Fairmount; Priv., Co I, 29th Reg.; MO 9-27-64. Burden, James C., Corp.; MI 8/31/1864, US CT 27th INF. MO 9/4/1965 obit.: Grant County Daily Chronicle February 11, 1913 James C. Burden, age 74, died Sunday. Funeral AME church, Civil War Veteran. Survivors, wife and 8 children (survivors not listed by name). Buried at Marion I.O.O.F. Cem. Burk/Burke Burk, Alexander; Priv., 118th Reg. Died in hospital during war. Burk, George W., of Van Buren; Priv., Co B, 153rd Reg. Burk, Harrison, of Jalapa; Corpl., Co E, 101st Reg.; MO 6-24-65 Burke, Hiram O.; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 * Burk, John A., of Van Buren; Priv., Co B, 153rd Reg. His record shows he was a resident of Huntington Co., Ind. at the time of his enlistment (possibly an error) Enlisted 2-1-1865 and MO 9-4-1865 at Louisville, Ky. Buried at Corey Cemetery, Grant County, Ind. Burke, John A.; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr), Reg.; MO 12-8-63 Burk, Samuel B.; Priv., Co F, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Burleson, Landon C., of Jonesboro; Priv., Co K, 65th Reg.; MO 6-5-65 Burleson, Lewis M., of Jonesboro; Priv., Co K, 65th Reg., trans to 120th. Reg. on 6-15-65. Burley, Jacob; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg. Burns, James A., of Slash; Priv., Co H, 101st Reg.; disch 5-3-63 Burns, John; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Burnsworth, George W.; Musician, Co D, 54th (1yr), Reg.; MO 12-8-63 Burnsworth, John W.; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62: 2nd tour served as Priv., in Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; died at Cairo, Ill. 8-21-63 Burnworth, Josiak; Priv., Co E, 101st Reg.; MO Buroker, Darius; of Slash, IN, Priv., Co. H, 101st Ind Inf. From the State Civil War Archives we find Darius Bunker (an obvious mistake) Residence Slash, IN; Enlisted on 8/21/1862 as a Private. On 8/21/1862 he mustered into "H" Co. IN 101st Infantry He was Mustered Out on 6/24/1865 at Louisville, KY Buroker, Jacob, of Mier; Priv., Co M, 5th. Cav., 90th Reg.; MO 9-15-65 * Burris, Simon; 130th Ind. Inf., Co. I Resident of Winchester, IN when he enlisted on 3/1/1864. MO 12/2/1865. 1841 - 3/1931. Buried in Marion I.O.O.F. Cem. Bushong, John A, of Independence; Corp, Co C, 99th Reg. Busick, Richard H.; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg; MO 5-19-62 Busing, John, of Fairmount Township; Priv, Co G.,153rd Reg. b. 1834, m. Margaret Abigail Pool on 9-18-69, d. 10-29-79. Body moved to Park Cemetery, Fairmount IN Dec. 1891. Lot 294 Butler, C. Perry; 1st Lieut., Co. H, 29th Ind Reg. MI 9-12-1861. State Archives lists him as a resident of Peru, but I think he only enlisted there. Promotions: * 2nd Lieut 9/10/1861 (As of Co. I) * 1st Lieut 4/30/1863 (As of Co. F) * Capt 5/17/1864 * Major 6/1/1865 (Not Mustered) Intra Regimental Company Transfers: * 9/10/1861 from company H to company I * 4/30/1863 from company I to company F * 6/1/1865 from company F to Field & Staff Promoted to Major - wounded at the battle of Chickamauga and taken prisoner, being incarcerated in Libby prison for eighteen months and died three years later; his death was the result of the wounds he had received and the exposure to which he was subjected while held prisoner. He died at Natchez, Mississippi. From Biographical Memoirs of Grant County Bowen Pub. 1901 pgs. 257-258 James M., William R., Perry, Samuel and Warren O. were brothers and Jonathan Lamme was their brother-in-law. Butler, James M.; 2nd Lt., Co I, 34th Reg.; Prom to 1st Lt. then to Cap.of Co I; honorably disch. 5-20-65. Died in Arkansas 1882 From Biographical Memoirs of Grant County Bowen Pub. 1901 pgs. 257-258 James M., William R., Perry, Samuel and Warren O. were brothers and Jonathan Lamme was their brother-in-law. Butler, Jesse,of Independence; Capt., prom to Major, Co K, 130th Reg.; MO Butler, John, of Jonesboro; Priv., Co K, 47th Reg; MO 7-6-65 Butler, Samuel M.; Corpl., Co F, 34th Reg. Killed at Magnolia Church, Miss., 5-1-63 From Biographical Memoirs of Grant County Bowen Pub. 1901 pgs. 257-258 James M., William R., Perry, Samuel and Warren O. were brothers and Jonathan Lamme was their brother-in-law. Sergeant; 34th Ind Reg., under his brother's command, and received his death blow from the rebel guns at the seige of Vicksburg. Butler, Warren O.; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66: 2nd tour served as Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 From Biographical Memoirs of Grant County Bowen Pub. 1901 pgs. 257-258 James M., William R., Perry, Samuel and Warren O. were brothers and Jonathan Lamme was their brother-in-law. 34th Ind. Reg.; He is at present (1901) chief of the fire dept. of Marion. He entered the Civil War at about the age of 16 yrs. Butler, William R.; Sergt., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62: 2nd tour served as Priv., prom. to Corp in Co I 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66 From Biographical Memoirs of Grant County Bowen Pub. 1901 pgs. 257-258 James M., William R., Perry, Samuel and Warren O. were brothers and Jonathan Lamme was their brother-in-law. Buzzard, Michael; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; MO 12-8-63 Bymer, William; Priv., Co E, 101st. Reg.; MO 6-24-65

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Cabe, Job.; 5th Cav. (90th Reg.). Died in Nashville 9--27-62 Cady, Deloss L., of Marion; Priv., Co C, 26th Reg.; died at Otterville, Mo., 1-25-62 Cain, James; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Cain, John; of Pleasant Twp. Listed in Whitson's History as a Civil War Veteran, but no info available from the State Civil War Archives or unable to determine which one he was. Was son of John, Sr. and Catherine Bish Cain. Was married to two Marshall sisters, buried IOOF, Marion IN. Callantine, David; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; disch 5-23-63 Callantine, Henry, of Marion; Priv., Co K, 40th Reg.; MO 6-17-65 Camblin, Jonathan D.; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; died at Young's Point, LA. Camblin, Thaddeus D.; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; Enlisted 10-30-1862 as a Private Died of disease. d. 20 Apr 1863, Plot: A 2906, Pvt, Civil War, 54th IN Vicksburg Natl Cemetery. Vicksburg,MS Campbell, Alex, of Franklin Twp; Priv., Co I, 140th Reg. Substitute Campbell, Benjamin B.; Capt., Co H, 34th Reg; trans to Co G, 34th; Trans to US Vol. Adj. Gen. Dept. as Asst. Adj. Gen.; Prom. to Major; MO 1-12-66 Campbell, Crayton, of Marion; 12th Batt., Lt. Artillary; MO 7-7-65 Campbell, James C., of Van Buren; Served 2 tours, one in Co C, 34th Reg. "At the beginning of the Rebellion, he was among the first to answer the call of his country, and remained in the service until the close of the war." Buried in the Corey Cem., Van Buren Twp., Grant County, Ind.
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Campbell, John P., of Jalapa; 1st Lt., Co K, 34th Reg.; Disch. 5-28-64 as Sergt.-Major. Re-enlisted in 34th; MO 2-3-66. Campbell, Joseph of Jalapa; Served 2nd tour as Priv., Co K., 34th Reg. in 2-64 Campbell, William; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; MO 12-8-63 Canaday, Charles W.; Priv., Co H, 8th. (3yr) Reg.; Killed at Vicksburg 5-20-63. Vicksburg Nat'l. Cem., Vicksburg,Miss. Plot: G 5070 Caparoon, Abraham, of Marion; Priv., Co G, 26th Reg.; MO 9-21-64 Capper, Asa, of Jonesboro; Priv., Served 2 tours, 2nd one with Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66 Capper, Charles J.(H.), of Jonesboro.; Served two tours. Corpl., Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66 as 1st. Sergt. Capper, David, of Jonesboro; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 2--3-66 Capper, Jackson; 34th Reg.; died at Washington D.C. Capper, Michael, of Jonesboro; Priv., Served two tours, 2nd one with Co F, 34th Reg. Disch. 9-13-65 w/disability. Carey, Charles Anderson; of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co C. 118th Reg.; 2nd tour served as Priv., Co. F., 48th Reg.; MO 6-28-65. b. 12-12-45, s. John & Eliza (Moon) Carey, m. Elizabeth Powell 1-13-66. d. 6-19-76. Buried Back Creek Cem., Fairmount, IN Sometimes spelled Cary. Carey, John J., of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co C, 118th Reg.; MO 3-1-64 Sometimes spelled Cary. Carey, Oliver H.P., of Fairmount Township. Before the Civil War he owned and operated a stage coach for passengers and freight between Marion and Anderson. .... Upon outbreak of war Carey volunteered his services. Comm. 4-18-61 as 1st Lt., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg., re-enlisted in 8th (3 yr) Reg. and was prom. to Lt. Col and re-assigned to 36th Reg.; MO when term expired and re-enlisted 3-1-65 as Col. in the 153rd Regiment. MO 9-4-65. 153rd Reg. was the last company that was organized from Grant County. It was fitting that Col. Carey was in the first and last companies that left the County. b. 2-26-1819, d. 6-19-1889, buried IOOF Cem., Marion IN. Sometimes spelled Cary.
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Carico, James L.; Priv., Co H, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Carle, Jacob, of Jonesboro; Priv, Co I, 101st Reg.; MO 6-9-65 Carmine, Isaac, E.; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Also listed as Carwin. Carr, Andrew H., of Independence; Priv., Co G, 58th Reg.; MO 6-25-65 Buried in Rigdon Cem., Rigdon, IN Carr, Milze; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg. Carroll, George W.; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Carroll, Jacob; of Monroe Twp. Listed in Whitson's History as a Civil War Veteran, but no info available from the State Civil War Archives or unable to determine which one he was. * Carroll, Martin; 1st West Virginia Cavalry; died 1/16/1928 aged 84 yrs. 22 days Burial at Jefferson Cem. Grant Co., In. Carroll, Thomas W.; Priv., Co A, 139th Reg.; MO 9-29-64 Carroll, William; 2nd Lt., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Carter, Issac S., of Fairmount Township; Priv, Co A, 33rd Reg.; MO 7-21-65. 1830-1897. Buried, Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 418 Carter, James A, of Marion; Priv., Co I, 57th Reg.; deserted 1-21-62 Carter, James F, of Marion; Priv., Co F, 58th Reg.; MO 7-25-63 Served two tours, 2nd one with Co A 131st (13th Cav.) Carter, Robert L., of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co C, 51st Reg.; MO 5-18-65 Carter, Robert T., Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; died at New Orleans 11-11-63 Cartwright, Frederick D.; 2nd Lt, Prom to 1st Lt., Co K, 130th Reg.; MO 12-2-65 * Cash, James M.; Col. 4th KENTUCKY Cav.; MO 8-21-65. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 189 Cashner, John,; Priv., Co E, 13th (3yr) Reg. from 4-19-61 to 12-12-62; He was born 7-20-41 in Carlisle Penn. Moved to Montgomery County Ohio at age 7. Spring 1861 moved to Marion, Ind. to farm near his sister, Mis Elisha (Elizateth) Cox. He traveled to Kokomo to enlist and was discharged with a disabillity. He returned to Marion and resumed farming. March 1877 moved to Spearfish So. Dakota to hunt buffalo and open a drug store. In 1906 he moved to Seattle Wash. where he died on 5-5-1928 Cashner, John; Priv., Co L, 1st Heavy Art.; deserted 8-3-64 Castle, Samuel A.; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg.; MO 7-19-65 Cates, J.H.; age 91 of Marion Names found in an article printed in the Leader-Tribune Sunday 5-26-1935 HONOR CIVIL WAR VETERANS Lions Club plans program Monday for surviving Union Soldiers, 21 living in county etc. NOTE: Article may be found on microfilm in Marion Public Library. No info available from the State Civil War Archives or unable to determine which one he was. Chaffin, William M.; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg. Killed at Vicksburg, Miss. 5-22-63. Buried Vicksburg Nat'l. Cem. G-4994. Chalfant, Jesse; Priv., Co G, 9th Cav. (121st Reg.); MO 8-28-65. b. 4-21-46, d. 12-17-1932. Buried IOOF Cem., Matthews IN Chalk, John L., of Logansport IN; Co L, 12th Cav. (127th Reg).;MO 11-10-65. Buried Converse Cem., Grant Co., IN Chambers, Clark; Priv., Co H, 75th Reg.; MO 6-8-65. Run over by train 3-3-1890 Chamness, Edward B., of Jonesboro; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg.; MO 6-9-65 Chance, William P. of Franklin Twp. served 2 tours in war; one in Co. F, 34th Reg. Chancy, Theodore, of Harrisburg, Priv., Co I, 93rd Reg. Died a prisoner at Andersonville GA on 11-24-64. Charman, George; Priv., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.: 2nd tour served as Priv., Co K, 34th Reg.; trans to Co C, 7th Cav. (119th Reg.). Died at Columbus, KY 2-9-63. Chisole, R. L.; Priv., Co K, 34th Reg. Buried Quaker Section, IOOF Cem., Marion IN Clanin, Samuel H, of Mier; Corpl., Co I, 101st Reg.; died at Nashville, Tenn. 11-15-63 Clannin, William Samuel, of Mier; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg.; Served two tours, 2nd with Co K, 34th Reg.; MO 6-24-65. Buried Thrailkill Cem., Grant Co., IN Clapper, Henry; Sergt., Co H, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Clark, Daniel; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; died 4-6-63 Clark, Daniel, PVT CO D 54 IND INF, Plot: 2511 --from the cem records Memphis Natl Cemetery, Memphis,TN Clark, Francis M.; Priv., Co F, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Clark, George G.; 32nd Reg. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Clark, Henry M.; Co D, 33rd Reg.;. Buried Thrailkill Cem., Grant Co., IN Clawson, James; Priv., Co A, 139th Reg.; MO 9-29-64: re-enlisted as Priv. Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 * Clay, Henry; Priv., Co K 35th OHIO Inf.; Grans to Co C, 18th OHIO Inf. Clemens, John, of Marion; Priv., Co C, 26th Reg.; MO 9-21-64 Clemments, Samuel J.; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; died 3-12-63 Clevenger, Simon; Priv.,Co K, 118th Reg.; MO 3-3-64. Buried Tinkel Cem., Grant Co., IN Clevenger, Thomas, of Liberty Twp.; Priv., Unassigned, in 32nd Reg. Clevenger, William; Priv., Served two tours, 2nd with Co H, 8th (3yr), Reg.; MO 8-28-65. Buried Thrailkill Cem., Grant Co., IN Cline, Adam H.; Priv., Co H, 69th Reg.; MO 7-5-65. Buried IOOF Cem., Marion IN Cline, Henry J., Priv., Co G, 9th Cav. (121st Reg.). b.1847, d. 1931. Buried Jefferson Cem. Grant Co., IN Cloud, Thomas, of Marion; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg.; MO 6-24-65 Cloud, Thomas B.; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; died at New Carthage, La Clouse, Joseph; Priv. Co M, 50th Reg. Born and educated in Coblentz, Westerwold, Germany on 3-15-1837. He moved to Lima Ohio at age 17 with his brother then moved to Marion in 1860 and established a carriage shop. At outbreak of war, enlisted as Priv., Co M of 5th IN Calvery and for 9 months of his time he was imprisoned at Andersonville Prison. He was sent home to recouperate and met and married Miss Marie Smith before resuming his war duties. He mustered out on 6-21-65 and after the war, they farmed for 3 years returning to Marion in 1869 where he re-entered into his carriage business. The business was later turned into 'Klaus' service station in 1920's and ran by his son Joseph 'Klaus' (the newspaper article gave different spellings for he and Joseph Jrs. last name). He died at age 91 on 3-23-1928 and was survived by his widow, 2 sons; Joseph Jr and John Clouse, and 3 daughters; Mrs. Frank Gerrard, Mrs. Catherine Brown, and Mrs. J. C. Woomer. Coan, Thomas B., of Marion; Priv., Co H, 97th Reg.; MO 6-9-65 Coan, Thomas T., of Richland Twp; Priv., Co A, 153rd Reg. * Coats, Herman; Wagoner, 4th Sanitary Train. Died 10-1-1918. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Cobb, Calvin, of Grant Co., Ind.; Enlisted on 9/20/1864 as a Private. Was drafted into "A" Co. US CT 8th Infantry on 9/20/1864 and was discharged on 9/30/1865. Cochran, Caleb; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg; MO 9-4-65 Cochran, Edmund P., of Marion; Priv., Co M, 5th. Cav., 90th Reg.; died at Chattanooga, Tenn. Cochran, Frank;____54th Reg.; died in hospital 1863 (unable to locate any further info.) Cochran, John A.; Lieut. Co F, 135th USCI. Buried IOOF Cem., Marion IN Cochran, Samuel; of Richland Twp. Listed in Whitson's History as a Civil War Veteran, but no info available from the State Civil War Archives. Coffin, Jerome F.; Priv., Co H, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Coffin, Lucien W.; Sergt., Co H, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Coffman, Charles H., of Franklin Twp; Priv., Co K, 34th Reg. Coffman,George H., of Mier; Priv., Co K, 34th Reg.; died at New Orleans 7-4-64 Buried at Chalmette Nat'l Cem., Chalmette, LA. Coffman, William; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Cole, Harvey, of Jonesboro; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; disch w/disability. Re-enlisted in Co F., 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66. Cole, Henry of Jefferson Twp.; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg. Cole, Joseph, of Jonesboro; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66 Cole, Philip W., of Franklin Twp; Priv., Served two tours, 2nd with Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66 as Sergt. Died in Huntington, IN, July 1880. (Also found him as living in Jonesboro at one time.) Cole, Samuel L., of Jefferson Twp.; Priv., Unassigned in 79th Reg. Substitute Cole, William W., of Jonesboro; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; disch 12-12-62 w/disability Colglazier, Alfred; Co F, 7th Reg. 1844-1916. Buried Sec. I, Knox Chapel Cem., Grant Co., IN Collins, David, Co A, 8th Reg. Buried Olive Branch Cem., Grant Co., IN Collins, Samuel; Co A, 8th Reg.; died in St. Louis, Mo. Hospital 1884 or 1894. Buried at Olive Branch Cemetery. Comer, Rev. Lafayette; age 95 of Marion Names found in an article printed in the Leader-Tribune Sunday 5-26-1935 HONOR CIVIL WAR VETERANS Lions Club plans program Monday for surviving Union Soldiers, 21 living in county etc. NOTE: Article may be found on microfilm in Marion Public Library. No info available from the State Civil War Archives or unable to determine which one he was. Comer, Sylvanus, of Richland Twp.; Priv., Co F, 153rd Reg. MO 9/4/65 Compton, Abijah, of Marion; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg.; died of wounds at Chickamauga, GA 9-20-63. Compton, Reuben, of Marion; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg.; died in Andersonville prison, 9-6-64, of Diarrhoea. Grave no. 8051. Conger, William H., of Slash; Priv. Co H, 101st Reg.; trans to V.R.C 7-19-65 Conner/Connor Conner, Daniel; Priv.; Priv. Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.: 2nd tour served as Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; died at Keokuk, Iowa 11-24-62 Connor, David; Priv., Co K, 34th Reg.; MO 1-30-66 Conner, John C., of Marion; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg.; MO 6-24-65 Connor, Rev.John T.; Corpl.., prom. to Chaplain, Co I, 101st Reg.; MO 11-29-64. Enlisted in Rome, IN. Connor, Martin B.; Priv., Co A, 5th Cav., 90th Reg.; MO 6-15-65 Connor, Nelson; Priv., Co D, 139th Reg.; MO 9-29-64 Conner, William J.(I.); Served two tours, 2nd as Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; MO 8-28-65. 1841-1915. Buried Quaker Sec., IOOF Cem., Marion IN Conwell, James Daniel; Priv., Co. C, 34th Reg.; James Daniel Conwell born 11 Nov. 1841 in Franklin Co., IN died 18 August 1909 in Van Buren Twp., Grant Co., Indiana Buried at Corey Cemetery in Van Buren Twp., Grant Co., IN Military - Civil War - Private - 34th Regiment Indiana Infantry, Co., C from Huntington Co., IN. Mustered in 21 Sept. 1861 at Anderson, IN and Mustered out 21 Sept. 1864 at Indianapolis, IN Conwell, William; Priv., Served two tours, 2nd one with Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; MO 8-28-65 Cook, Gabriel; MI 4-23-61, Priv., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.; MO 8-6-61 Cook, J.C., Priv., Co D, 8th Reg, Buried Atkinson Cem., Grant Co, IN Cook, James; Priv., Co H, 12th. (1yr)Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Cook, John M., of Marion; Priv., 12th Batt., Lt. Artillary; MO 7-7-65 Cook, John R.; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg. Died at home 10-21-64 while in service. Cook, Jonathan S.; 99th Reg. Died at Goldsboro__?__1884 or 1894 Cook, Milton; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg.; MO 7-19-65. 1842-1927. Buried Shiloh Cem., Grant Co., IN Cook, Silas; of Fairmount Township. Unknown asssignment, hired as substitute by John Winslow (also of Fairmount Township) who was drafted, reported at Indianapolis, obtained a furlough to return home and hired Silas Cook to sub. for him. When they both reported at headquarters at Indianapolis, Cook was was examined and accepted and Winslow was released. Res. Marion Co., Ind. Private MI 10-17-1864 as a substitute into "I" Co. in 51st Ind. Inf. MO 9-12-1865 Cooke, William; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Coomler, Elihu (Eli), Born 5-8-1848 in Wabash County s/o Jacob and Mary (Hoffman) Coomler and Joined the 14th Lt. Artillary in Jan. 1864 at age 16 years. He mustered out and after the war he resided at Hanfield in Grant County where he was the grocer, post-master, and Justice of the Peace. Married Charlotte C. McGinness on 1-14-71. Died 7-4-1918. He is buried in Union Chapel-Beekman Cem. in Grant County. Coon, Benjamin, of Grant Co.; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MI 5-15-1861 and died at Sandy Hook, Md., 8-8-61. Buried: Antietam National Cemetery, Sharpsburg, MD Gravesite: #3,489 Coon, George W., of Sims Twnshp; Priv., Co K, 40th Reg.; MO 6-15-65 Cooper, Joshua; Co K. 153rd Reg. Buried, Quaker Sec., IOOF Cem., Marion IN Copper, David, of Monroe Twp; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg. Copper, Meredith, of Jefferson Twp; Priv., Unassigned in 32nd Reg. Coppock, Calvin; Corpl., Co C, 89th Reg.; MO 7-19-65. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Coppock, James, of Jonesboro; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; MO 9-4-64. Re-enlisted as a substitute in Co A, 40th Reg., on 10-27-64. Coppock, Joel H.; Corpl., Co K, 1st Cav. (28th Reg.). Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Coppock, John; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg.; died 4-9-65 of wounds received at Ft. Blakely Buried at Chalmette Nat'l Cem, Chalmette, LA, Section 81 grave 6625. This source lists death date as Apr. 21, 1865. Coram, Thomas; of Monroe Twp. Listed in Whitson's History as a Civil War Veteran, but no info available from the State Civil War Archives or unable to determine which one he was. Coslo, John; Priv., Co H, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Cosner, Michael, of Franklin Twp.; Priv., Co I, 140th Reg. Substitute Cottrell, Albert, of Marion; Priv., Co I, 42nd Reg.; MO 6-18-65 Couch, John G.; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.;died at Vicksburg , Miss. 6-13-63 Couch, William H.; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; MO 12-8-63 Coulson, Harvey W., of Simms Twp.; Priiv., Co F, 140th Reg. Substitute Coulter, Cyrus R.; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 (Name may have been Silas.) Coulter, William, of Marion; Priv., Co K, 8th (3yr) Reg.; deserted 2-24-63 Counto, Johnathan, W., of Marion; Priv., 13th. Batt, Lt. Artillary; MO 7-10-65 Counts, W.H. of Richland Twp. Priv. Co A., 20th Batt. Lt. Artillary Covert, John N.; Co E., 29th Reg. Died June 1920. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN * Cowgill, Gabriel; Co B, 5th ILLINOIS Inf. Buried IOOF Cem., Marion IN Cox, Dillon M., of Franklin Twp; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66 as Sergt. Served two tours, 2nd one with Co F, 34th Reg. Cox, Elihu H., of Jalapa; Priv., Co C, 12th. (1yr) Reg.: 2nd tour served as Corpl. in Co C, 12th (3yr) Reg.; MO 6-8-65 died 9/30/1914 Buried in Crescent Cem. - Crescent, Logan County, Oklahoma * Cox, Hugh; 6th OHIO Batt., Light Artillary for 3 years. MO 9-1-65 at Camp Chase, Ohio. Born in Richland Co., Ohio and married Clara Beck who died 4-21-1936 at Jonesboro, Indiana. They are buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN * Cox, James; From the State Civil War Archives we find James Cox. Residence Alexandria, IN; Enlisted on 3/23/1865 as a Private. On 3/23/1865 he mustered into "I" Co. IN 13th Infantry. He was Mustered Out on 9/5/1865 at Goldsboro, NC Cox, Jacob, of Jonesboro; 1st Lt., Co I, 118th Reg.; MO 3-1-64. Cox, Nathan D., of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co A, 33rd Reg.; MO 7-21-65. b. 9-5-46, d. 12-5-1935. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 347 Cox, Thomas, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co F, 139th Reg.; MO 9-29-64 . (may be son of Mincher & Sarah Cox). Buried Back Creek Cemetery, Fairmount IN Coy, John, of Van buren; Priv., Co G, 29th Reg.; MO 6-26-65. Coy, Joseph, of Liberty Twp; Priv., Unassigned in 32nd Reg. * Cozart, Joseph; Co H, 79th OHIO Inf. Buried IOOF Cem., Marion IN Crago, Nathan; Corpl., Co F, 101st Reg.; MO 6-24-65 Craig, Alonzo; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; MO 12-8-63: 2nd tour served in 1st Heavy Artillery; MO: 4-1-64 Craig, George W; Priv., Co F, 8th (3mo)Reg. 2nd tour served as Priv, 12th (1yr) Reg. 3rd tour; Priv., Co D 54th (1yr) Reg., trans to 1st Heavy Artillary; MO 8-28-65. Died 1-13-1880.. Buried Knox Chapel Cem., Grant Co. IN Cramer, George; Priv., Co M, 5th. Cav., 90th Reg.; MO 6-16-65. 1829-1877 Buried Quaker Sec., IOOF Cem., Marion IN Cramer, Harrison, of Slash; Priv., Co H, 101st. Reg.; MO 6-24-65. Cranston, Archibald; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 * Cravins, George; resident of Fairmount after war, He served in Co. A of the 48th. O.V.I. George W. Craven died May 9, 1935. He is buried in Highland Methodist Cemetery, Highland, OH. Wife Lucy H. Craven and daughter Rosena Craven born in IN. in 1870 He is buried with nephews and I do not know where his wife and daughter are? Maybe in Aurora, Nebraska where they lived in 1880. Great-great niece, Mary Craven Abrams Listed as a veteran who died in the past year in the following article Names found in an article printed in the Leader-Tribune Sunday 5-26-1935 HONOR CIVIL WAR VETERANS Lions Club plans program Monday for surviving Union Soldiers, 21 living in county etc. NOTE: Article may be found on microfilm in Marion Public Library. Craw, David R.; Co A, 8th Reg. Discharged w/disability due to being shot in the arm. Born 1839, son of William and Sarena (Robbins) Craw; m. Rachel Wright, Dau. of William T and Mirah (Sterrit) Reid. They had 3 children; Harry S., b. 1866, Ann Sterrit, b. 1873, and Hattie Mae, b. 1878, d 1959. He is buried at Mt Zion Cemetery in Delaware County, IN. He was a Corporal. Died 1925. Crawford, Caretus M.; 2nd Lt, Co F, 34th Reg; prom to 1st Lt. then to Captain; resigned 7-22-63. Died, 10-5-1878 (52Y8M10D); buried IOOF Cem., Marion IN Crawford, Cyrus, of Fairmount Township; 1st Lt, Co I, 16th Reg.; MO 6-30-65. Crawford, Henry S., of Fairmount; Corpl., Co I., 124th Reg.; MO 3-31-65 Crawford, Sylvester, of Fairmount; Priv., Co I, 29th Reg. Died 12-31-62 from wounds received in battle of Stone River, Tenn. He was listed as wounded 12/31/1862 Stones River, TN. Buried at Stones River Nat'l Cem., Murfreesboro, TN. Plot D-1264 Crawford, William, of Fairmount; Priv., Co I, 29th Reg. Died 4-15-63 from wounds received in Battle of Stone River, Tenn. He was listed as wounded 12/31/1862 Stones River, TN. Buried at Stones River Nat'l Cem., Murfreesboro, TN Plot D-1471 Creamer, William R., of Fairmount; Priv., Co C, 140th Reg.; MO 7-11-65 Creek, Solomon; Priv., Co E 101st. Reg.; MO 6-24-65 Creviston, Ephraim W.; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 9-21-64. b. 11-29-39, d. 7-23-1914. Buried Union Chapel-Beekman Cem., Grant Co., IN Creviston, Levi; Priv., Co C, 12th (3yr) Reg.; died at Grand Junction, Tenn. 3-6-63 * Crilley, Henry Martyn, of Fairmount Township; Corp, Co C, 14th New Jersey Inf. b. 7-6-46, d. 1-8-1917 Buried Fairmount Park Cem., Lot 339. Crippin, Alvin; Priv., Co H, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Crispin, James; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg. Died at Louisville, Ky. 7-1-65 Crist, John I, of Van Buren; Priv., Co H, 44th Reg. Died 2-2-63 at Nashville Tenn. Croenendyke, William; Co D, 84th Reg. Buried Salem Cem., Grant Co., IN Crose, John H, of Marion; Priv., Co H, 97th Reg.; disch 1-18-63 Cross, John A., of Marion;Priv., Co A,84th Reg. Killed at Kenesaw Mt. GA. on 6-23-64. Buried at Marietta, GA, Nat'l. Cem. Plot I 9390 Crouch, John E.; Priv., Co G, 8th (3mo) Reg.; MO 8-6-61: 2nd tour served as Priv., Co M, 5th. Cav., 90th Reg.; MO 9-15-65 Crow, John; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65. Died 7-18-1891. Buried IOOF Cem., Matthews IN Crowell, Benjamin; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65. 1827-1898. Buried Quaker Sec., IOOF Cem., Marion IN Crowell, Milton, of Fairmount Township; Priv, Co H, 12th (1yr) Reg.: 2nd tour served as Priv., Co K, 130th Reg.(bro. of William); MO 6-16-65. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 291. Crowell, Penn; of Fairmount Twp. Listed in Whitson's History as a Civil War Veteran, but no info available from the State Civil War Archives or unable to determine which one he was. Crowell, Walker; Priv., Co D, 139th Reg.; MO 9-29-64 Crowell, William P, of Fairmount Township;Priv., Co H, 12th (1yr) Reg.; (bro. of Milton); MO 5-19-62: 2nd tour served as 2nd Lt., Co K, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65
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Cruise, William, of Center Twp.; Priv., Co H, 31st Reg. Crumrine, Daniel of Center Twp; Priv. 101st Reg. Crumrine, William; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg. Cry, Jacob D., of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co D, 34th Reg.; (wounded-leg amputated) disch. 9-21-64 Cubberly, David P., of Marion; Capt., Co C, 12th (3yr) Reg.; Resigned 2-14-63 Culbertson, Albert H.; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; Disch 3-11-63 w/disability Evidently recovered and was recruited for 2nd tour to Co D, 153rd Reg. Culbertson, Allen H.; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65. 1846-1940; Buried, IOOF Cem., Marion IN Culbertson, Calvin G.; MI 4-23-61, Priv., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.: 2nd tour served as Corpl., Co F, 34th Reg. discharged 10-2-62 w/disability. Evidently recovered and served a 3rd tour of duty on 9-20-64 to Co G, 42nd Reg. Culbertson, David T., of Slash; 2nd Lt., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.; MO 8-6-61 Culbertson, Jesse E.; Priv., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.; MO 8-6-61 Culbertson, Joseph; Priv., Co H, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Culbertson, Thomas; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; disch for disability Currens, John M., of Jonesboro; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg., trans to Co A, 1st Engineer Corps. Died at Chattanooga, Tenn. Curtis, James W., of Fairmount Township; Priv, Companies M and A, 6th IN Cav.; MO 9-15-65 Custer, Andrew V.; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Custer, Joseph L., of Marion; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MI into service 5-15-1861 and was disch 7-25-61 w/disability without ever seeing any active duty. In 1863 he was enrolled into the United States service and served in the office of the Provost Marshal until the later part of that year, when he was honorably discharged from service. Joseph L. Custer read law in the office of Judge John Brownlee and Judge John M. Wallace, of Marion, and on March 14, 1864, was admitted to the bar and engaged in the practice of his profession. He was also a district attorney and a judge. He owned Custer Electric Manuf. Co. and was the proprietor of Custer Lumber Co. at Gas City. He and his wife Angela T. (Leas) and their three children, George D., Burr and Robert J. resided at 514 So. Boots St. in Marion, Indiana. * Custer, Samuel S., of Logansport; Priv., Co B 46th Ind. Inf. MI 11-5-1861. Re-enlisted 1-2-1864 and at some time was promoted to Corp'l and MO 9-4-1865 at Louisville, KY. His wife name was Mary Elizabeth and he is buried at Marion I.O.O.F. Cem. in an above ground crypt. NOTE: Death date recorded as 1-1-1864 but believe that may be the first date he mustered out before re-enlisting the following day. Cutler, John, of Fairmount; 1st Sergt., Co K, 29th Reg. Killed at Chickamauga, GA 9-19-63. Plot: D 12882 Chattanooga Nat'l Cem, Chattanooga, TN Listed as Lieut. Cutter in records. Believed to be same man.

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Daffin, Anthony W., of Marion; Priv., Co E, 83rd Reg.; MO 5-26-65 Daffin, John H., of Marion; Priv., Co E, 83rd Reg.; died at Camp Sherman, Miss. 9-19-63. Buried at Vicksburg Nat'l Cem, Vicksburg, MS, Plot F 1184 * Dail, John S; Co A, 79th OHIO Inf. Died 11-11-1870 (34Y2M6D). Buried IOOF Cem., Marion IN Dale, Oliver S.; 1st Sergt., 2nd Cav.(41st Reg.). Buried, IOOF Cem., Marion IN Danes, Thomas; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Dangerfield, William H., Serg; Co A, 20th Reg., trans. to Co K, 7th Cav. (119th Reg.). Killed at Egypt Station, Miss. 12-28-64 Daniel, Abraham; Co (?), 22nd Reg. 1843-1909. Buried Thrailkill Cem., Grant Co., IN Darby, Caleb C.; Co K 34th In. Inf. Buried Converse Cemetery, Sec. D. (May have been resident of Howard County) Darby, Joseph, of Sims twnshp.;Priv., Co C, 151st Reg.; MO 9-19-65. Dare, Robert; Corp, Co G, 69th IN Inf. - Fairmount Township. Enlisted in army at Liberty IN on 8-9-62. Discharged honerably at Indianapolis in June 1865. He married Miss Jane McQuaid on 10-17-67. He died in June 1942 at age 100. He was survived by 1 son and 2 daughters; John Dare, Mrs. Addie Goodall, and Mrs. William Ware all of Fairmount. b. 11-21-41, d. 6-25-1942. Buried Fairmount Park Cem., Lot 706. DARE, ROBERT- Roberts Wife Mary died in 1911, later he married Mrs. Mary Emile (called Mother Molly by his family). She died in 1932, after that he moved in with his daughter Addie in Fairmount until he died. Darter, William E.; Priv. (substitute), Co C, 12th (3yr) Reg.; died at La Grange, Tenn. 1-13-63. Another record says he died May 8, 1864 in Andersonville Prison of Anasarca (Dropsy) and is buried in Andersonville Nat'l Cem. Another source lists him as Darker instead of Darter. Could this actually be two people? Davis, Alpheus M.; Corpl., Co C, 36th Reg. Disch. w/disability 11-27-63. Died 11-20-1904 (71Y1M19D). Buried, Knox Chapel Cem., Grant Co., IN Davis, Dr. David F.; Sergt., Co I, 69th Reg.; MO 7-5-65. Buried IOOF Cem., Marion IN Davis, Foster, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co H, 12th Reg. 2nd tour, 2nd Lt, Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65. 1841-1913. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 216 Davis, Harvey Jr., of Liberty Twp.; Priv., Unassigned in 32nd Reg. Substitute Davis, Henry C.(or H.), of Jefferson Twp.; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Davis, Henry J.; Whitson's Centennial History of Grant County 1814 - 1914 Foster Davis - well known lawyer of Marion and soldier of the Civil War Harvey Davis, Jr. - went through war as a Union soldier and as of 1914 was a resident of the National Soldiers Home of Marion Dr. Henry Davis Three sons of Harvey Davis of Liberty Township. Believe above Henry J. Davis to be of this family. Davis, James F., of Van Buren; Priv., Co D,prom. to 2nd Lt., trans to Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Davis, Nathan T.; Corpl., Co H, 12th (1yr)Reg.: 2nd tour served as Priv, Co C, 89th Reg.; MO 8-4-65 11/12/1838 - 6/23/1897 Buried in Marion I.O.O.F. Cem. * Davis, Samuel H.; MI 8/12/1862, Co G, 89th Reg. MO 3/27/1863 b. 9-3-1844, d. 1-4-1903. Buried IOOF Cem., Marion IN Davis, Thomas, of Mill Twp; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg. Davis, Tosler; Priv., Co H, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Dawson, Garrison, of Jalapa; Corpl., Co K, 34th Reg.; disch 7-18-64 Dawson, Maurice, of Marion; Priv., Co C, 140th Reg.; MO 7-11-65 Dawson, Nathan; Corpl., Co I, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62. Buried, Maple Grove, Overman/Raypholtz Cem., Grant Co., IN Dawson, William, of Marion; 12th Batt., Lt. Artillery; MO 7-7-65 Day, Bryant T. of Jefferson Twp.; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Day, Hueston, of Franklin Twp.; Served two tours, 2nd one as Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66 as Corpl. Day, Nathaniel W.; Priv., Co C, 12th (3yr) Reg.; disch. 2-14-63 - wounds Dealy, G.W., of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co F, 32nd Reg. Dean(e), Daniel, of Grant County; Listed on the Indiana Civil War Indexed Draft Lists age 40 years, on page 33. Was in the 54th Ind. Reg. Born in Hampshire Co., Va. 1 Nov. 1820 to Thomas and Elizabeth (Davis) Dean. Married Sarah Jane Coffield from Coshocton, Co., Ohio. Daniel Dean was stationed at Indianapolis, Ind. and was on guard duty there. He caught pneumonia and was sent home where he died Jan. 31, 1865. Buried in Shiloh Cem., Jefferson Twp., Grant County, Ind. It seems the army added the 'e' to the spelling of Dean after Daniel's death and the family has kept the new spelling to the present day. Deane. Dean, Harrison (Harry), of Fairmount Township; Priv, 22nd Reg. May be son of John, Sr, and Serena (Tennel). m. 1st Sarah E. Fowler 4-2-60, m 2nd. Sarah E Jourdan 1-15-68. Buried Back Creek Cem., Fairmount In. Dean, John, Jr.; Priv., 29th Reg., unassigned; MO 3--20-64. s. John, Sr., and Serena (Tennel). buried, Back Creek Cem., Fairmount IN Deeren/Deerin * Deerin, Alex; Priv, Co C,172nd OHIO Inf. - Fairmount Township Deeren, Francis; Priv., Co H, 12th (1yr) Reg. Disch at Evansville, IN. Buried Olive Branch Cem., Grant Co., IN Deeren, Hugh; Co C, 84th Reg. Died 6-23-1866. Buried Olive Branch Cem., Grant Co., IN Deeren, Olin; age 87 of Upland Names found in an article printed in the Leader-Tribune Sunday 5-26-1935 HONOR CIVIL WAR VETERANS Lions Club plans program Monday for surviving Union Soldiers, 21 living in county etc. NOTE: Article may be found on microfilm in Marion Public Library. No info available from the State Civil War Archives or unable to determine which one he was. Deeren, Orin, of Van Buren; Priv., Unassigned in 23rd Reg. Substitute (Deeron??) Deeren, Richard; Corpl., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; MO 12-8-63 Deldine, Joseph; Priv., Co H, 12th (1yr) Reg. Left sick at Indianapolis 7-24-61, discharge w/disability Denkart, John; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg. Dennis, Olsen; Co D, 38th Reg. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Denny, Louis S.; Priv. Co E, 120th Reg. Res. Boonville, In. MI 3-8-1864 and MO 1-8-1866 Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Denton, Benjamin N.; Co H, 150th Reg. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 162. Dequasie, James O.; Priv., Co A, 139th Reg.; MO 9-29-64 Derr, Aaron, of Marion; Priv.,Co C, 40th Reg.; died at Huntsville, Ala. 2-28-65. Buried Chattanooga Nat'l. Cem, Chattanooga, Tenn, plot L 9603 Deshon,Amos, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co D, 79th Reg.; MO 6-7-65. b.1-12-38, d. 8-4-76. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 336 Detamore/Detimore Detimore, Levi, of Grant Co.; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; MI 10-30-1862 MO 12-8-63 at New Orleans, LA. He is buried in Mount Etna Cem., Huntington Co., IN died 3-31-1925. Detamore, William D.; Priv., Co C, 87th Reg. (1846-1910); buried Converse Cem. Grant Co, with 2 wives Celia (Hollingsworth) and Margaret (Shull) DeVaughn, Thomas B.; Priv., Co C, 89th. Reg.; MI 8-30-1862 disch. 1-27-63. Died 3-11-63 (17Y2M7D). Buried Shiloh Cem., Grant Co., IN DeVaugn, Samuel; Priv., Co B, 8th (3mo) reg.; wounded at Rich Mountain, Va. 7-11-61: 2nd tour served as Sergt., Co C, 89th Reg. Died at Fort Pickering, Tenn. 2-20-63 Buried in the Memphis Nat'l Cemetery, Memphis, TN Plot: 2845 Devericks, John H.; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Dewey, Charles H.; Priv., Co C, 12th. (3yr) Reg.; MO 6-8-65 Dicken, George W.; Corpl., Co F, 101st. Reg.; MO 6-24-64 Dickerson, R. H., of Fairmount Township; Priv, Co F, 32 Reg.; MO Richard H. Dickerson wasn't in Company "F." Listed as additional enlisted; Mustered for Companies never formed; Drafted; National Archive Index to Pension Files indicates served in Garrison Guards at Indianapolis. Term expired 5-8-1865. Perhaps he was in Company "F" of that organization. He died 1-23-1927. Dicks, John W., of Marion; Priv., Co F, 51st Reg., trans to 1st U.S. Engineers Corpl. on 7-30-64. * Dillon, Luke; 77th PA Inf., Co. EE 3/17/1838 - 4/17/1915 Buried in Marion I.O.O.F. Cem. Dillon, Martin; Sergt., Co C, 54th Reg.; MO 12-8-63. Buried Van Buren Cem. Dillon, William, of Fairmount Township; 1st Lt., prom. to Capt., Co K, 130th Reg.; MO 12-2-65 Dillon, William M., of Marion; Priv., Co I, 57th Reg.; deserted 11-5-62 Dilly, John; of Monroe Twp. Listed in Whitson's History as a Civil War Veteran, but no info available from the State Civil War Archives or unable to determine which one he was. Dipert, Daniel W., of Marion; Priv., Co H, 97th Reg.; disch. 4-4-63 Dixon, George; 89th Ohio Inf., Co. D. 9/11/1834 - 9/24/1906 Buried in Marion I.O.O.F. Cem. Doan, Thomas, of Marion Capt., Co H, 12th (1yr) Reg.: 2nd tour served as 1st Lt., prom. to Capt. in 101st Reg. prom. to Lt. Col., breveted to Colonal on 3-13-65; MO as Lt. Col. on 6-25-65. Died at home 9-2-65(or 66), (38Y7M4D). Buried IOOF Cem., Marion IN
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Dolan, Charles; of Pleasant Twp. Listed in Whitson's History as a Civil War Veteran, but no info available from the State Civil War Archives or unable to determine which one he was. * Doll, George, 97th PENNSYLVANIA Inf. b. 11-11-45, d. 2-9-1920. Buried IOOF Cem., Marion IN Dollar, William M., of Jonesboro; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; died at Jefferson City, La. 6-12-64 Dolman, C.; Muscian, Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; MO 9-4-64 Dolman, Jerome; Wagoner, Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; MO 9-4-64 Dolman, John; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Dolman, William A., of Fairmount; Priv, Co C, 89 Reg; trans. to 26th Reg. on 7-10-65; MO 1-15-66. Bill Doleman - operated a lunch wagon in Fairmount from 1885 to 1907 and has been credited to have made, fried and sold, the world's first hamburger. (making of a Township. see. T1) Dooley, Caleb,of Jalapa; Served two tours, 2nd one as Priv., Co K, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66 Dore, Dallas; Priv., Co D, 139th Reg.; MO 9-29-64 Douglass, John L., of Jonesboro; Priv. Co F, 40th Reg.; MO 10-23-65 Douglas, Joseph; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; MO 9-4-64. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Dove, Levi, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co A, 19th Reg., trans. to 20th on 10-18-64, then re-enlisted. MO 7-12-65 Downard, William H.; Co I, 101st Reg. Died at home 9-2-66, Buried, Quaker Sec., IOOF Cem., Marion IN Downing, Joseph F., of Slash; Priv., Co H, 101st Reg from 62-65; MO, 1965. Buried, Knox Chapel Cem., Grant Co., IN Downs, Jesse F. , of Independence; Priv., Co D, 34th Reg.; Disch 3-10-64 w/disability Draper, Simon J.; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg. Died 3-27-63 of disease. Drook, Monroe; of Richland Twp. Listed in Whitson's History as a Civil War Veteran, but no info available from the State Civil War Archives. Druley, Samuel; Priv., Co C, 12th (3yr) Reg.; appt. Corp; MO 6-8-65 Druley, William D., of Marion; Priv., 12th Batt., Lt. Artillary; MO 7-7-65 Died 6/?/1908 Buried in Marion I.O.O.F. Cem. Drummond, Joseph S.; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg. Died at Indianapolis 3-1-65 in service. Ducate, John S.; Priv., Co C, 7th Cav. (119th Reg.). MO 2-18-66 Duck, John; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg. Killed at Port Gibson , Miss. 5-1-63 Dugan, Emmanuel;; Co M, 5th Cav. (90th Reg.). Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Dugles, Richard; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Duling, Edmund; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; died 1-7-63 of wounds From Whitson's history we have the following information: Son of Rev. Solomon and Jane (Hubert) Duling, natives of Ohio, moved to Grant Co., Jefferson Twp. in the decade of the 1830's. Edmund Duling, soldier, was shot through the knee while on a gunboat in the Mississippi River and died sonn afterwards from lockjaw, caused by the wound. He was a widower at the time of his death and he had a daughter Sarah J. who is now married and living in Ohio. (1914) Duling, Elijah; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg.; MO 6-7-65. Died at Newcomerston OHIO in 1880. From Whitson's history we have the following information: Son of Rev. Solomon and Jane (Hubert) Duling, natives of Ohio, moved to Grant Co., Jefferson Twp. in the decade of the 1830's. Elijah Duling spent 3 yrs. in the war, returned home, and when passed thirty-five years and still a bachelor, died as a result of a train wreck. Duling, Joel, of Jefferson Twp.; Priv., Unassigned in 32nd Reg. Substitute From Whitson's history we have the following information: Son of Rev. Solomon and Jane (Hubert) Duling, natives of Ohio, moved to Grant Co., Jefferson Twp. in the decade of the 1830's. Born Apr. 13, 1844 in Jefferson Twp., Grant Co., Ind. and died June 17, 1910. At last call for troops he enlisted before he was 20 yrs. old, in 1864 and served until end of the struggle. His military service lasted about 1 year and most of that time he was on detached duty. Duling, John W., of Fairmount Township; Priv. , Co D, 33rd Reg.; MO 7-21-65 DULING, JOHN W. son of Dean and Nancy (Miskimon) Duling. m. Sallie (Marine) in 1856. They built a log home 5 miles east of Fairmount on State Road 26. This was the first house east of the Fowlerton Road. It is in this house that their 3 children were born; David Chap, Elizabeth, and Lydia. Duling, William M.; Priv. Co I 79th Reg. Born May 22, 1837 in Coshocton County, Ohio. Moved to Fairmount in 1845 with parents. During the Civil War he served from 1864 to 1865. He married Miss Matilda J. Wilson on Sept. 3, 1862 and fathered 7 children; Mary, John M., Flora L., Frank, Eva, Oliver and Effie. 1837-1925. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 54 Duly, Levi J.; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; MO 12-8-63 Duncan, David D.; Priv., Co M, 5th. Cav., 90th Reg.; MO 6-15-65 Duncan, Emanuel, of Fairmount Township; Priv. 5th IN Cav.( 90th Reg.); trans. to 3rd Cav. (45th Reg). MO 6-6-65 Duncan, George W., of Jonesboro, Priv., Co M, 5th. Cav., 90th Reg.; MO 9-15-65 Duncan, Mathew of Richland Twp; Priv., Co M, 5th Cal. (90th Reg) Duncan, Samuel, of Jonesboro; Priv. Co F, 34th Reg.; died at home Dunlap, Samuel; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; Served two tours, 2nd one with Co A, 8th Reg.; MO 8-28-65 Dunn, John; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg. Died 3-20-1906. Buried IOOF Cem., Matthews IN Dunn, John; Corpl., Co C, 12th. (3yr) Reg.; died at Grand Junction, Tenn. 3-20-63 Dunwiddlie, John, of Green Twp.; Priv., Co E, 40th Reg. Substitute Durr, Aaron; Co C, 40th Reg. Died at Huntsville Ala. 2-28-65; Buried at Chattanooga Nat'l. Cem. Plot L 9603 * Dusenberry, James; Priv. age 23 yrs. Res. not listed. MI 8/17/1861 Co. D OHIO 51st Infantry Discharged for wounds 3/23/1863 at New Albany, In. * Wounded 1/2/1863 Stone River, Tenn. (Left arm amputated.)

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Eadsly, William; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg. Died 1-24-63 of wounds Eagon, John, of Marion; Priv., Co I, 57th Reg. Deserted 2-1-62 Eakins, Johnson, of Slash,; Priv., Co H, 101st Reg.; MO 6-24-65 Earheart(or Earhart), Isaac; Priv., Co I, 54th Reg.; Died in Memphis Tenn. in 3-19-63. Earhart, William H., of Marion; Priv. (substitute), Co C, 40th Reg.; MO 10-24-65 Eastes, L.F.; Co B, 36th Reg.. Buried Tinkel Cem., Grant Co., IN Eaves, Isaac, of Slash; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66 Ebee, Adam F., of Marion; Priv., Co K, 40th Reg.; MO 6-15-65 Eberle, Peter; 6th Ind. Inf., Co. E 4/6/1826 - 7/4/1893 Buried in Marion I.O.O.F. Cem. Eberly, William L.; Priv, Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Echelbarger, William, Priv., Co F, 57th Reg. Buried Galbreath Cem.,Grant Co. IN Eddington, Samuel, of Jalapa; Priv. Co C, 12th (3yr) Reg.; disch. 4-24-63 - wounds Edmis(t)on, William A.; Priv., Co A, 81st Reg. Deserted 9-20-62. Had enlisted at Corydon, IN Edsall, Milton, of Marion; Priv., Co G, 44th Reg., trans. Invalid Corps, 5-7-63 Edwards, Daniel F.; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; disch. 6-22-62 w/disability Edwards, Eli A; Priv., co A, 139th Reg.; MO 9-29-64 Edwards, Emanuel; Priv., Co C, 12th. (3yr) Reg.; MO 6-8-65 Edwards, John A.; Corpl., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg. Wounded at Pea Ridge Ark., died at Cassville, Mo., 4-11-62 of wounds received at Sugar Creek. Buried IOOF Cem., Marion IN Edward(s), John W., of Jefferson Twp.; Priv., Co G., 25th Reg. (Edwards??) Edwards, William; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg. Re-enlisted; appointed to wagoner; Served two tours. Egbert, John; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Eggman, Thomas, of Center Twp; Priv., Co H., 23rd Reg.. Elbert, Samuel; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; MO 12-8-63 Eller, John of Jalapa; served 2 tours, one as Priv. Co K., 34th Reg. Elliott, Azro (Ozro); Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Elliott, Dr. David S. Practiced medicine in Farimount from 1858 to 1867. In the spring of 1864 Dr. Elliott went with other Fairmount men to Wabash to enter the Union Army as a surgeon. While quartered at Wabash he met with an accident which resulted in permanent injuries, from the effects of which he later died. He continued to reside in Fairmount and practiced medicine as his health permitted until spring of 1868, when he removed to Richmond, IN with his wife and only daughter, Miss Hettie Elliott. He passed away in 1869. Elliott, Elisha; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg.; died of wounds 5-3-64 Elliott, Finley, of Sims Twnshp.; Corp, Co G, 13th Reg. Shot in the arm, MO 9-5-65. Enlisted at New Lebanon, IN. Whitson's History says Judge Elliott lost his arm at the Battle of Vicksburg in 1863. Elliott, William, of Marion; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg.; died at Munfordville, KY 12-5-62. Buried Cave Hill Nat'l. Cem. at Louisville, KY. Plot D-3269 Elliott, William S.; Corp, Co C, 89th Reg. He was born 1-28-1844 on grounds that is now Veterans Hospital on southeast edge of Marion, along the Mississinewa River. His grandparents moved there from Virginia in 1822. The land was taken over by the Federal Government and later turned into the Soldiers Home. His family moved to Fairmount Township where they engaged in agriculture. He volunteered in Co C of the 89th IN Infantry at age 18 and was mustered out 7-19-65 at Mobile Alabama. He returned to Fairmount and married Miss Ruth Wilson in Sept. 1865. He later was the first man to import a tile-making machine to the township. The machine was powered by a team of horses and turned out tile tubes for drainage. Died 1931. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 765 WILLIAM S (STUBBS) ELLIOTT, son of Reuben and Rebecca (Moore) Elliott. m. (1) Ruth in 1865, she died 4-2-67. their baby daughter lived only 2 days. He married again (2) Alice Clara Radley, daugh. of Samuel and Mary (Bull) Radley on 5-20-88. They had 11 children; (1)Wilson Radley, 5-31-19 to 1-21-1965, (2) Mary Olive, 1-19-71 to 3-29-1971, (3)Edward Ernest, 2-23-72 to 5-14-1949, (4) Elizabeth Jane, 10-25-73 to 9-8-1944, (5) Frederick Charles, 10-23-75 to 11-17-1938, (6) Stanley Pumphrey, 11-1-77 to 10-20-1959, (7) William Walter, 2-6-79 to 3-11-1946, (8) Gertrude Alice, 10-19-80 to 2-7-1954, (9) Rebecca Ruth, 9-4-82 to 10-25-1938, (10) Samuel Reuben, 9-10-84 to 10-7-1977, and (11) Lucy Viretta, 5-22-86 to 6-10-1966. They also raised Nathan Davison, son of Alice's cousin and 2 motherless granddaughters, Mary Lucy Elliott and Mildred Elliott. William S. was elected 3 terms to county council and served as trustee of White's Institute in Wabash Co. for 15 years. He discovered a way to convert his tile factory to steam powered. He died 7-19-1931, and is buried in Park Cemetery, Fairmount with his wife. The success of the tile drainage system accounts for the prosperity of Liberty Twp. and the eradication of disease caused by stagnet ponds. Ellis, John J(orT)., of Marion; 2nd Lt., prom. to 1st. Lt.,Co I, 101st Reg. Died in Chattanooga Tenn. 6-19-65 Ellis, John W.; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; MO 8-28-65 Ellis, William H.; of Marion; Corpl., Co C, 12th (3yr) Reg.; Prom. to 2nd Lt.; MO as Sergt. 6-8-65 Ellsworth, Nathan; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg. MO 9-4-65 Ellwood, David R.; Priv., Co C, 12th (3yr) Reg.; trans. to 59th Reg.; MO 7-7-65 Elwood, Eugene; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg; MO 5-19-62. Died 5-20-62 (21Y10M20D). Buried Burson Cem., Grant Co., IN Ely, Adam F.; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; MO 12-8-63 Emmett, John, H.; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Endsley, Curtis; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; died at New Orleans, Oct., 1863 of disease Endsley, Henry, of Van Buren; Priv., Co B, 23rd Reg. Sub. for H.H. Niceway Endsley, William; Sergt., Co I, 31st Reg. Buried Van Buren Cem. Ennis, James B.; Corpl., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.; MO 8-6-61 Ervin, George W.; 52nd Ind. Inf., Co. G. 8/18/1839 - 1/26/1901 Buried in Marion I.O.O.F. Cem. Esler, Cyrenus; 9th Wisc. Light Artillery. Died 3/?/1927 Buried in Marion I.O.O.F. Cem. Esley, Charles, of Simms Twp; Priv., 2nd Batt. Lt. Artillary Evans, Andrew J.; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Evans, David, of Franklin Twp.; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66 Served two tours. Evans, George L.; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; MO 12-8-63 Served two tours, 2nd one in Co G, 17th Reg. Evans, James; Priv., Co H, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Evans, James M.; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg. Disch 8-15-61 w/disability Evans, James M.; Musician, Co C, 12th (3yr) Reg.; appt. Corpl.; MO 6-8-65 Evans, Jermiah, of Marion; Priv., Co I, 57th Reg.; died at Cartersville, Ga. 6-29-64 Evans, John; 8th (3mo) IN Inf; re-enlisted in Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; died at Cole camp, Mo. 11-14-61 (was poisoned at Otterville, Missouri, with a number of other Indiana soldiers. Evans was a boy raised by father of (submitter of info. T. B. McDonald. in 'Making of a Township'), From Fairmount Township Evans, John C.; Priv, Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Everhart, Lewis H. of Jonesboro; Served 2 tours, one as Priv., Co B., 40th Reg. Eversol, Salem P., Sergt., Co A, 9th (3mo) Reg.; MO 7-29-61. b. 6-29-33, d. 1-7-1902, buried IOOF Cem., Marion IN. Eviston, George; Priv., Co K,8th Reg. Died at home 6-21-1879. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Eyestone, Asbury, of Marion; Priv. Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; MO 6-14-65. Served two tours. Buried, IOOF Cem., Marion IN Eyestone, David;Priv., Co A, 139th (100days) Reg.; MO9-29-64: re-enlisted as Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; disch w/wounds 7-23-65 Eyestone, George, of Marion; Priv., Co E, 11th Reg. Died at Caldwell, Kan. 1887

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Fadley, Abraham; Priv., Co I, 99th Reg.. 9/30/1833 - 4/4/1919 Buried IOOF Cem., Marion IN * Fagan, John B., Sergt., Co E, 8th OHIO Cav.; Buried Quaker Sec., IOOF Cem., Marion IN 8/18/1826 - 12/10/1891 * Fagan, Samuel G.; 44th Ohio Inf. Co. E. Died 8/?/1872 Buried in Marion I.O.O.F. Cem. Fager, E. S.; Priv., Co C, 13th Reg. Buried Converse Cem. Grant Co. IN. May be from Howard Co. Faint, Jesse; 13th Batt., Lt. Art. Buried Converse Cem., Grant Co., IN. May be from Howard Co. Fallar, Amos; Priv., Co D, 139th Reg.; MO 9-29-64 Fankboner, Morris; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Fanning, George W., of Jonesboro; Served two tours, 2nd one as Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66. Buried Walnut Creek Cem., Grant Co., IN * Fannon, Jacob.,Co C, 168th OHIO Inf. Buried Jefferson Cem., Grant Co., IN Fansler, Elijah of Jalapa; served 2 tours, one as Priv., Co K, 34th Reg. Farrington, Elihu; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Faulkner, William H.; Priv. Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.; MO 8-6-61: 2nd tour served as Priv., Co A, 5th Cav., 90th Reg.; MO 6-15-65 Feighner, Adam J., of Marion; Priv., Co K, 40th Reg.; MO 6-15-65 11/10/1835 - 2/20/1910 Buried in Marion I.O.O.F. Cem. Felton, Benjamin, of Slash; Priv., Co H, 101st Reg.; disch 6-9-63 Additional Information: (gathered from pension records) FELTON, BENJAMIN; Priv. Co H, 101st (from 8-21-62 to 6-9-63). Discharged at Louisville, KY w/disability (pneumonia). Died 12-4-1909. m. Margaret Fuller 3-23-66. no children. Felton, Charles, of Fairmount; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66 Felton, Mansfield, of Slash; Corpl. Co H, 101st Reg.; MO 6-24-65 Additional Information: (gathered from pension records) FELTON, MANSFIELD; Corp. Co H, 101st. MI 10-3-62 for 3 years. Hon. disch. at Louisville KY 6-24-65. Filed for Invalid pension on 2-6-1901. Occupation- carpenter. Contracted Scurvey in war which he claimed caused disabilities in later years. 10/15/1832 - 11/21/1917 Buried in Marion I.O.O.F. Cem. Felton, Robert, of Slash; Priv., Co H, 101st. Reg.; disch. 8-1-63 Additional Information: (gathered from pension records) FELTON,ROBERT of Slash. Not married. Joined at age 16 years for 3 years of service in 8-21-62. Disch. w/disability (lung disease) on 8-1-63 at Nashville TN. He was a farmer and day laboreer. Died of chronic Pneumonia 10-4-63 at age 18. * Felton, Samuel Jr., Priv., 10th MASSACHUSETTS Inf. Entered service 1861 at age 25y. He was a carpenter by trade. MO 7-1-64. Died 7-19-78 (42y6m). Buried Scott Cem., Grant Co., IN Felton, Thomas, of Slash; Priv., Co H, 101st Reg. Never joined the Regement. (a Thomas Felton enlisted in 151st Reg. on 2-19-65 at Logansport. Unknown if same) Felton, William (bro of Benjamin); from Slash. Enlisted in Howard Co as priv., Co C, 137th Reg. MO 9-21-64. He and Benjamin were sons of James and Kesiah (Marchel or Marshall) Fellton of Slash. Fennimore, Henry; Priv., Co E, 101st. Reg.; died at Chattanooga, Tenn. 11-2-63 of wounds Fenstermaker, John; Priv., Co A, 139th Reg.; MO 9-29-64 Ferguson, Josiah, of Van Buren Twp.; Priv., Co K, 58th Ind. Reg. MI 4 Oct 1864 MO 25 June 1865, born 18 Sep 1839 Clinton County, Ohio, died 22 Apr 1923 Grant County, Indiana. Buried Farrville Cemetery, Grant County, Indiana. Married Elizabeth Holloway 22 Sep 1861 Grant County From his Obit: "He was drafted on the 21st September, 1864 and became a private in Company K, 58th Indiana Volunteer Regiment. He was with Sherman on his famous March To The Sea. He was honorably discharged from service June 25, 1865." Ferree, John H. ; Capt. Co I 54th In. Inf. Buried Converse Cemetery, Sec. F. Ferrell, Otto, O.; Corpl. US Cav. Buried Converse Cem. Grant Co. IN Ferrel, Robert M., of Jalapa; Priv., Co K, 34th Reg.; disch. 2-10-63 w/disability Fiant, Jesse; 13th In. Lt. Artillary. Buried Converse Cemetery, Sec F. Fields, Calvin; of Pleasant Twp. Listed in Whitson's History as a Civil War Veteran, but no info available from the State Civil War Archives or unable to determine which one he was. Fields, John H., of Jalapa; Priv., Co K, 34th Reg.; disch. 8-19-65 Fields, Thomas; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Fields, William L.; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 File, William A., of Green Twp; Priv., Unassigned, 32nd Reg. Fink, John, of Monroe Twp; Priv., Co A, 47th. Recruit never reported on 2-15-65 Finkle, John P.; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; wounded at Pea Ridge Ark. Fisher, Daniel of Richland Twp.; Priv. 13th Batt. Lt. Artillary Fisher, David J.; Priv., Co H, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Fisher, Lloyd; age 100 of Marion Names found in an article printed in the Leader-Tribune Sunday 5-26-1935 HONOR CIVIL WAR VETERANS Lions Club plans program Monday for surviving Union Soldiers, 21 living in county etc. NOTE: Article may be found on microfilm in Marion Public Library. No info available from the State Civil War Archives or unable to determine which one he was. Fitsimons, John M.; Priv., Co E, 19th Reg. Died of wounds at Washington D.C. 8-17-64 (22Y6M3D). Buried Shiloh Cem., Grant Co., IN. NOTE: More info on John Fitsimons in Shiloh Cemetery. He was wounded at Antietam 9/17/1862 in the hip. He recovered and was in the battle of Gettysburg and the Wilderness. He was wounded in the leg at Petersburg, VA in June 1864. He was sent to a hospital in Washington, DC where his leg was amputated. He died from complications of his wound on 8/17/1864. This stone was down in the Shiloh Cem. Nov. 10, 2001 his stone was reset and cleaned by a professional Cemetery restorer, John "Walt" Walters of Fayette Co., Indiana. He made this his Veteran's Day project this year. Thank you Mr. Walters.
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Fleener, William H., of Independence; Priv., Co K, 130th Reg.; MO 12-2-65 Fleming, Asbury; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg.; MO 7-19-65 Fleming, Bluford Mathew; Grant Co, Ind. Entered the Civil War on July 1863 with the 118th Regiment, Ind. Infantry organized at Wabash Ind. for 6 months of service.
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Flinn, Joseph; Priv., 9th Batt. Lt. Art.; Died at Pea Ridge Ark. 5-6-62. Buried IOOF Cem., Marion IN Flook, Isaac; From the 1860 census of Grant County we find Isaac Flook age 35 living in Richland Twp. and born in Maryland. pg. 360 From the State Civil War Archives we find Isaac Flook Res. Miami Co., Indiana MI 7-22-1861, Co A, 20th Ind. Inf. date and method of discharge not listed. In 1860 he was a resident of Grant Co. so he may have only enlisted in Miami Co. Florea, William T., of Harrisburg; Sergt., Co A, 24th Reg.; MO 8-31-65 Flowers, Jackson H.; Priv., Co F, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Floyd, Benjamin, of Sims Twnshp; Priv., Co M, 5th. Cav., 90th Reg.; MO 9-15-65 Floyd, William, of Sims Twnshp.; Priv., Co C, 12th. (3yr) Reg.; MO 6-8-65 Flummer, David B, of Marion; Priv., Co B., 23rd Reg. Flummer, Ebenezer, of Marion; Priv., Co B, 23rd Reg. Flummer, Sylvester of Pleasant Twp; 13th Batt. Lt. Artillary Fogleman, William, of Fairmount Township; Priv., 12th (3yr) Reg.; (no info found in State CW files) Foley, John, of Marion; Priv., Co K, 91st (1yr) Reg.; deserted 1-2-65 Forehand, Cullin J.; Priv., Co C, 89th(3 year) Reg.; MO 7-19-65 at Mobile Bay, Alabams Died at home in 1880. Buried Shiloh Cem., Grant Co., IN Fordyce, Henry; 40th Indiana Infantry Foreman, Samuel; age 88 of Marion was listed in the following article as veteran who died in the past year. Names found in an article printed in the Leader-Tribune Sunday 5-26-1935 HONOR CIVIL WAR VETERANS Lions Club plans program Monday for surviving Union Soldiers, 21 living in county etc. NOTE: Article may be found on microfilm in Marion Public Library. No info available from the State Civil War Archives or unable to determine which one he was. 1847 - 1/?/1935 Buried in Marion I.O.O.F. Cem. Forrest, George; Priv., Co H, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Forrest, William; Corpl., Co H, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Forte, George W.,of Jalapa; Priv., Served two tours, 2nd one with Co K, 34th Reg., prom. to Corpl.; MO 2--3-66 Fortner, Hugh, of Jalapa; Sergt., Co K, 34th Reg.; dishonorably disch. 1-8-63 Foster, Elijah L., of Van Buren; Priv., Co C, 9th Reg.; MO 5-10-65 Foster, Henry W.; Priv., Co F, 147th Reg.; MO 8-4-65. Buried New Harmony Baptist Cem., Grant Co IN Foster, John L.; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65. Buried IOOF Cem., Marion IN Foster, Samuel, of Marion; Priv., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.; MO 8-6-61; recruited as Priv. Co F, 34th Reg.; Foster, Wiley B.; Priv., Co H, 154th Reg.; MO 8-4-65. b. 12-24-39, d. 9-28-1924. Buried Maple Grove, Overman/Raypholtz Cem., Grant Co., IN Fowler, (?_Clifford) Amos; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg., trans. to 26th Reg. MO 7-10-65 Fox, Daniel, of Sims Twnshp; Priv., Co A, 139th Reg.; MO 9-29-64 Fox, David, of Mier; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg.; MO 6-24-65 Fracheur, Oliver J.M., of Jalapa; Priv., Co K, 34th Reg.; died at Carrollton, La. 9-3-63 * Frame, Enoch W.; Co A, 40th NEW YORK. Inf. Buried IOOF Cem., Matthews IN Fransler, Elijah, of Mier; Priv., Co K 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66 Frazee, George W.; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62: 2nd tour served as Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; MO 12-8-63 Died 6/?/1909. Buried in Marion I.O.O.F. Cem. Frazee, Jesse D.; Priv., Co C, 12th. (3yr) Reg.; appt. Corpl.; MO 6-8-65 * Frazee, John N.; 1st OHIO Inf. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas CIty, IN Frazier, John T.; Priv., Co M, 5th. Cav., 90th Reg.; MO 9-15-65 Frazier, Jonas, of Jalapa; Served two tours, 2nd one with Priv., Co K, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66 Freel, Jesse; Co A, 29th OHIO Inf.; d. 6-8-1879 (55Y24D). Buried IOOF Cem., Marion IN Freeman, Harvey; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; died 4-4-63 of disease Freeman, Joshua (as recorded page 416 in 'Making of a Township' Fairmount Indiana published 1917 'Uncle Joshua went to the Civil War and came home to die in 1862), from Jerome IN; Priv., Co C, 26th Reg. Disch. w/disability 1-18-62. Freeman, Lindsey; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Freeman, Samuel, of Franklin Twp; Priv., Unassigned in 37th Reg. Substitute. Freeman, Silas K., of Van Buren; 1st Sergt., Co H, 44th Reg.; MO 9-14-65 * Friend, Mathias S., of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co K 79 OHIO Inf. Wounded at Peach Tree Creek, GA; MO 6-9-65. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 124 FRIEND, MATHIAS S., shot in left eye-losing that organ during battle of Peachtree Creek. In 1860 he had married Eliza J. Shull and they had seven children. After the war he moved his growing family to Grant Co. IN. the children were; William D., Martha B., Ida L., Annie A., Frank, Fred, and Jasper A. Friermood, Ezra K., of Sims Twnshp.;Corp, Co I, 99th Reg.; MO 6-5-65 Friermood, George, of Sims Twnshp.; Priv., Co I, 99th Reg. Died at Atlanta, GA 8-6-44. Friermood, Jacob, of Sims Twnshp.;Priv., Co I, 99th Reg.; MO 6-5-65. d. 6-9-98 (78Y1M7D). Buried Converse Cem., Grant Co., IN Friermood, William, of Sims Twnshp.; (no info. found in State CW records) Friermood, Zachariah, of Sims Twnshp.;Co I, 153rd Reg. Buried Converse Cem., Grant Co., IN Fritts, Harrison M., of Point Isabel; Priv., Co K, 130th Reg.; MO 12-2-65. Buried Point Isabel Cem. Fritz, John, of Slash; Priv., Co H, 101st Reg.; MO 7-14-65 Fry, William W. of Green Twp.; served 2 tours, one as Priv. in Co D, 27th Reg. Fuller, Levi D.; Co G, 134th Reg. 1843-1921. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 684 Fulton, Robert M.; Corpl., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Furnish, Charles S.; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg.; died 9-2-63 at Memphis, Tenn. Furnish, John (Frank) F., of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co F, 34th Reg. 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Gabriel, Elias; Priv., Co D, 153d Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Gaff, John, of Marion; Priv., Co G, 44th Reg.; deserted 10-7-63 Gains, George; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; died at Milliken's Bend, Ark. in March 1863 (b. 1833). Buried atFarview/Hix/Bradford Cem., Grant Co., IN Gains, Oliver; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; MO12-8-63 Galbreath, William, of Jalapa; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62; 2nd tour served as Priv. 12th Batt., Lt. Artillary; MO 7-7-65 Gambriel, John, of Fairmount township; Priv., Co D, 34th Reg.; re-enlisted, MO 2-3-66 Gan, Robert L.; Priv., Co H, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Gandy, Samuel; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; died 6-1-63 Gant, Job, of Slash; Priv., Co K, 19th Reg. Re-enlisted. Killed 5-5-64 at Wilderness, VA Gapin, Henry C.; Priv., Co A, 5th Cav., 90th Reg.; MO 6-15-65 Gardner, Edward L., of Marion; Priv., Co K, 5th Cav.(90th Reg),; MO 6-15-65 Gardner, Edward S.; Priv. Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.; MO 8-6-61 Gardner, George E., of Green Twp; Priv., Co A, 47th Reg. Recruit never reported on 2-15-65. Gardner, Henry, of Fairmount Township; Priv, Co K, 113th Reg.; MO 12-2-65. 1845-1915. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 406. Garner, Henry, of Marion; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg.; disch 1-15-64 Garrett, Luther W.; Priv., Co K, 147th Reg.; MO 8-14-65. Buried Quaker Sec., IOOF Cem., Marion IN Garrison, Henry of Trask; Served two tours, 2nd one as Priv, Co A, 8th (3yr) Reg.; MO 8-28-65 Garrison, John, of Fairmount Township; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg. ; died 2-13-62 Gates, George; Priv., Co A, 8th (3yr) Reg.; MO 8-28-65. Buried Converse Cem., Grant Co. IN (may be from Howard Co.) Gaunt, Aabram W.; Corpl., Co F, 101st Reg.; MO 6-24-65 Gaunt, Elijah F.; Priv., Co F, 101st. Reg.; disch 8-12-63 Geeding, Leander, of Fairmount Township; Priv, Co G, 136th Reg.; MO 9-2-64. b. 9-28-45, d. 10-16-1909 Buried Fairmount Park Cem. in Soldiers Circle. Enlisted in Spencer IN. Gemmer, Peter; Priv., Co H, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Gentis(s), Frank, of Sims Twnshp.(name obtained from newspaper clip. No info found in State CW records) Gentis, Isaac, of Slash; Co H, 101st Reg.; shot in hip at Milton, Tenn. 1844-1926. Buried Thrailkill Cem., Grant Co., IN Gentis(s), William, of Slash; Serg, Co H, 101st Reg. Enlisted 8-21/1864. Died 6-12-65 at Stones River Nat'l Cemetery, Murfreesboro, Tenn. while in service. grave C-1283 (Records from the cemetery have his death date as 6/12/1863-typo??) George, John F., of Jonesboro; Priv., Co G, 8th Reg; MO w/Regiment 8-28-65. Had deserted and sentenced to forfeit pay, etc. Gibson, George W.; Co A, 19th Ind. Inf. Buried in Mt. Tabor Cem. in Delaware Co., Ind. Born 1847 died 1938. Served two tours. Gibson, John, of Independence; Corpl., Co K, 130th Reg.; MO 10-1-65. Buried Back Creek Cem., Fairmount IN * Gift, Charles; Priv, Co I, 159th OHIO Inf. Moved to Fairmount Township Gilbert, John of Jalapa; served 2 tours, one in Co K, 34th Reg. Gilpin, Andrew J.; Priv., Co C, 12th (3yr) Reg.; died at Wyatt, Miss., 12-13-62 Gilpin, Charles, of Sims Twnshp.; Priv., Co E, 11th Cav. (126th Reg.); MO 9-19-65 (may be 2nd tour for Charles S. below, or he may have been transfered to Cav.) Gilpin, Charles S.; Priv., Co D, 89th Reg.; disch. 1-1-62 Gilpin, George W.; Priv., Co C, 12th (3yr) Reg.; MO 6-8-65 Gilpin, Isaiah; Priv, Co B, 8th (3 mo) Reg.; MO 8-6-61 Gilpin, Robert, of Sims Twnshp.; Priv., Co D, 40th Reg.; MO 4-29-65 Additional Information: (gathered from pension records) GILPIN, ROBERT; drafted as Priv., Co D, 40th Reg. 9-20-64 at Wabash. Was a prisoner at Andersonville Georgia. disch., friends verified on pension claims he was discharged in poor health; weak, underweight and suffered chronic diarrehea which he contracted while in prison. Captured 11-30-64 at Battle of Franklin Tn. Paroled from prison due to chronic diarrehea on 4-21-65 and sent to hospital at Benton Barracks MO. Disch 4--29-65 from service. Born in Guerendy, OHIO. Wife name Elizabeth. Giltson, John W.; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; MO 12-8-63 Ginney, Dennis; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; supposed drowned at Helena, Ark., 9-16-62 Goble, Jackson, of Slash; Priv., Co H, 101st Reg.; never joined the regiment. Goff, Robert, of Marion; Priv., Co I, 59th Reg.; MO 7-17-65 Goldthwaite, H. D.; Sergt., Co A, 7th US Cav. Buried Quaker Sec., IOOF Cem. Marion IN. Goodboy, Eli; Priv, Co E, 101st Reg.;trans. out 6-22-65. Died at home 1879. Enlisted at Wabash, IN * Goode, Martin M.; Priv. Co E, 16th OHIO Inf. MI 4/23/1861 age 35 yrs. MO 8/18/1861 at Columbus, OH. Buried IOOF Cem., Marion IN Goodrich, Isaac of Jalapa; served 2 tours, one as Priv., Co K, 34th Reg. Gorham, Thomas W., of Monroe Twp; Priv., Co G, 51st Reg. Substitute. Gossom, William, of Slash; Priv., Co H, 101st Reg.; deserted 12-27-62 Grant, John E.; Priv., Co I, 142nd Reg. Buried Converse Cem., Grant Co., IN. Graves, Daniel, of Slash; Priv., Co H, 101st Reg. Graves, John; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg.; MO 7-19-65 Graves, Joseph,; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg.; MO 7-19-65 Graves, William, of Jonesboro; Priv, Co B, 8th (3 mo) Reg.; MO 8-6-61: 2nd tour served as Priv., Co I, 57th Reg.; MO 12-14-65 Gray, Abner; Priv., Co E, 58th Reg.; MO 6-5-65 Died Feb. 1880. Buried Atkinson Cem. Grant Co., IN Gray, Henry; Priv., Co M, 5th. Cav., 90th Reg.; MO 9-15-65 Henry Gray was a prisoner at Andersonville but was EXCHANGED ATLANTA, GA SEPTEMBER 19, 1864 Gray, Jesse; Priv., Co G, 153rd; MO 9-4-65 Gray, Joseph, of Jalapa; Priv., Co C, 12th. (3yr) Reg.; MO 6-8-65 Gray, Thomas L.; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MI 2/9/1865 MO 9-4-65 at Louisville, KY. Res. of Grant Co., IN. at enlistment. Buried in West Grove Cem., Jay Co., IN. Born 3/14/1837 died 1915. Gray, William; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Green, Eldridge, of Slash; Wagoner, Co H, 101st Reg. Disch. 2-21-63. Green, Eli, of Jalapa; Priv., Co K, 34th Reg. Re-enlisted in 34th; drowned 6-19-65. Green, Emery, of Mier;(another source says Marion)Priv., Enlisted 9-6-1862 Co I, 101st Reg.; died at Murfreesboro, Tenn. 1-20-63. Buried at Stones River Nat'l Cemetery, Murfreesboro, Tenn. grave 0-5671 Green, William H; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 * Green, William L; Co. E, 33rd IOWA Inf. 1845-1920. Buried Quaker Sec. IOOF Cem., Marion IN Green, Zachariah; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; deserted 7-25-61 at Indianapolis Gregg, Thomas; Priv., Co A, 5th Cav., 90th Reg.; MO 6-15-65. Died at home 1870. Gregory, George, of Van Buren; Priv., Co H, 44th Reg.; MO 11-23-64 Gregory, Joseph; Priv.; Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; killed at Ft. Esporauzes, Tex. 11-29-63 Griffitts, David; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg.; MO 7-19-65 Griffitts, Simeon.; Priv., prom. to Corpl., Co C, 89th Reg.; MO 7-19-65 Grindle, Abner L. D.; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Grindle, George L., of Jalapa; Priv., Served two tours, 2nd one with Co K, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66 as Sergt. Died at home 1883. Grindle, Jacob C., of Sims Twnshp.; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62. b. 11-8-42, d. 2-10-1902. Buried Thrailkill Cem., Grant Co., IN Grindle, James W.; Priv., Co C, 12th (3yr) Reg.; MO 6-8-65. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Grindle, John R., of Mier; Priv., Co F, 13th Reg.; MO 3-21-65 Groimes, Robert; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg. Died 3-21-65 at Hopkinsville, KY. Grooner, Charles, of Jonesboro; Priv., Co B, 147th Reg.; MO3-10-65 Grove, Isaac; Musician, Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.; MO 8-6-81 Groves, John;Priv., Co D, 35th Reg., substitute; MO 6-30-65. Buried Olive Branch Cem., Grant Co., IN Grover, Josiah, of Fairmount; Priv., Co I, 29th Reg.; MO10-5-64 Grover, William H., of Fairmount; Priv., Co I, 29th Reg. MI 9-30-1861 Disch w/disability 4-6-63. Buried in Lees Chapel Cem., Independence Co., AR. Corporal, Wm. H. Grover Co. I, 29 Ind. Inf. Grow, William H.; Priv., Co G, 7th Cav. (119th Reg.); deserted twice Guenin, Edward; 12th Reg.; died at Grand Junction Tenn. 3-7-62 Gulliford, Thomas; Sergt., Co F, 28th USCI. Buried Weaver Cem. Grant Co., IN * Gunder, Daniel; age 89 of Marion Names found in an article printed in the Leader-Tribune Sunday 5-26-1935 HONOR CIVIL WAR VETERANS Lions Club plans program Monday for surviving Union Soldiers, 21 living in county etc. NOTE: Article may be found on microfilm in Marion Public Library. No info available from the State Civil War Archives or unable to determine which one he was. Whitson's Centennial History of Grant County 1814 - 1914 pg. 1018-1020 Mentioned in the biography of his brother G.W. Gunder. The article does not give any information on his Civil War service. * Gunder, Col. G.W.; Whitson's Centennial History of Grant County 1814 - 1914 pg. 1018-1020 George W. Gunder - Veteran of 2 Wars also note: he was a teacher from the age of 17 to 21 yrs. of age. Born abt. 1840 in Darke Co., Ohio. Father died in 1863, mother in 1849. They were the parents of 10 children of which in 1914 only 4 were still living. Daniel in Marion, Mrs. Sarah Shepherd of Marion, age 84, Mrs. Caroline Shepherd, living in Covington, Ohio and George W. When the Civil War broke out he enlisted in Co B, 71st Reg. Ohio Vol. Inf. of which he saw 3 yrs. of service. He was soon promoted to 1st Serg., and later to 2nd Lieut., and then 1st Lieut. and in the latter capacity commanded his company in several hard - fought engagements, including Fort Henry, Fort Donelson and Shiloh. Chattanooga, Atlanta, Nashville and Duck Run. In 1868 he moved to Marion, Indiana with his business partner, Mr. Samuel Arnold in the mercantile business. In 1890 his firm was changed to Gunder Bros. (which was G.W. and his brother Daniel Gunder). G.W. organized Co D of 3rd Reg. Ind. National Guard and on July 25, 1898 the 4th (of which he now was a part of) was mobilized to go to the front in the Spanish - American War. 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Haden, Allen; Priv., Co H, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; disch. 8-6-61 w/disability Hadley, Issac N. of Grant Co.; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MI 5-15 1861 and died at Sharpsburg, Md., 10-28-61 from disease. Buried: Antietam National Cemetery, Sharpsburg, MD Gravesite: #3,443. Hadstead, William F.; Priv., Co C, 12th (3yr) Reg.; died at Indianapolis, IN on 8-18-65 Haifley, Josiah; Priv., Co F, 2nd Cav. (41st Reg). b.1838, d.1904. Buried Converse Cem., Grant Co. IN Haines/Haynes Haynes, F. M., of Fairmount Township; Priv, 2nd IN Light Artillery. Haynes, George W., of Fairmount; Priv., Co F, 147th Reg.; MO 8-4-65 Second husband of Sarah (Mann) Rhodes. After her husband Andrew Mann Rhodes was killed, she married George W. Haynes. George Washington Haynes was born June 14, 1841 in Franklin County, Indiana and died on March 19, 1874 in Cambridge City/Wayne County, Indiana. He was married to Lucinda Jane Mason, daughter of George Mason and Sarah Ice, on March 7, 1858 and she died on March 29, 1863. They had Jonathan Sephratis, Sarah Olive, Joseph, and Silas M. Haynes. On October 1, 1863 he married Sarah Jane (Mann) Rhodes, daughter of Andrew Jackson and Mary Mann, and she died on September 10, 1865. They had one child, Rosa, born and died in 1864. He then married Malinda Ellen Johnson, daughter of Andrew Johnson and Elizabeth Hazel Baker, on July 7, 1866. They had Effie May, Frank Omer, Jerome, and Lydia Jane. He enlisted on 2/10/1865 and was mustered into F Co. 147th Infantry Regiment Indiana Volunteers. They left the state for Harper's Ferry, Va., where they engaged on guard and garrison duty at various times at Stephenson' Depot, Summit Point, Berryville, Harper's Ferry, and Maryland Heights until they mustered out on Aug. 4, 1865. George contacted "disease of lungs" in the Civil War, and received a gunshot wound to his 1st and 2nd fingers of the right hand, flesh wounds near distal ends. George is buried in Dublin Middle Cemetery, Dublin, Jackson Township, Wayne Co., Indiana. (Submitted by Janet Eastburn - GGG Grandaughter of Sarah Mann Rhodes.) Haines, Joseph; 54th Reg.; died Murpheesborough, Tenn. 2-22-63 Haynes, Samuel E.; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg.; died from wounds 5-10-64 Hair, John, of Marion; Priv., Co H, 97th Reg.; MO 6-9-65 Haisley, Jesse, of Fairmount Township; Priv, Co F, trans to Co D, 139th Reg.; MO 9-29-64. 1842-1928. Buried Fairmount Park Cem., Lot 221 Hale, Harvey, of Jalapa; Priv., Co K, 34th Reg., Prom. to Sergt.; MO 2-3-66 Served two tours. Hale, James, of Richland Twp.; Priv., Co B, 23rd. Ind Inf Sub. for James Maine. 1847-1924 Buried in Converse Cem. Sec. K Hall, Frank H.; Sergt., Co B, 8th (3mo) IN Inf.; wounded at the battle of Rich Mountain, VA on 7-11-61; According to Whitson's history he was the first Grant county soldier injured afield. Re-enlist. as Sergt., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; MO 12-8-63 Hall, Noah, of Slash; Priv., Co H, 101st Reg.; never joined Regiment. * Hallam, William; Co. K, 149th Ohio Inf. died 12/15/1912, buried in Oak Chapel Cemetery, Grant Co., IN Source: Blackford County Civil War Soldiers * Hamer, Samuel; Priv., Co F, 71st OHIO Inf. d. 4-1-1888 (49Y2M20D). Buried IOOF Cem., Marion IN Hamilton, Isaac., 1st Lt, 12th. Batt., Lt. Artillary; MO 7-7-65 Hamilton, James; Priv., Co H, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Hamilton, John M, of Slash; Musician, Co H, 101st Reg.; MO 6-24-65. Died at home in 1877. Buried Rowland Cem., Grant Co. IN Hamilton, Peter; age 97 of Marion listed as a veteran who died in the past year in the following article. Names found in an article printed in the Leader-Tribune Sunday 5-26-1935 HONOR CIVIL WAR VETERANS Lions Club plans program Monday for surviving Union Soldiers, 21 living in county etc. NOTE: Article may be found on microfilm in Marion Public Library. No info available from the State Civil War Archives or unable to determine which one he was. * Hamilton, Tobias; Co F, 145th OHIO Inf. Buried Rowland Cem., Grant Co., IN Hamilton, William,; Priv., Co M, 5th Cav., 90th Reg.; died at Camp Nelson, Ky. 7-9-64 Hammaker, Jefferson, of Marion; Priv., Co K, 40th Reg.; MO 6-15-65 Now spelled with only one 'm'. The following comes from Whitson's history. pg. 1359. Born 1833 and died Mar. 6, 1901. Married Woolman and bought in 1856 80 acres of land in Sec. 13 of Washington Twp. and then took up his residence there. He increased his land until at the time of his death he owned 400 acres. When the Civil War came on he enlisted in the Federal Army and served in many battles in the middle west. He was a participant in the great battles of Franklin and Nashville, Tenn. which were among the bloodiest and most fiercely contested engagements of the entire war. Hanks, Hugh, of Liberty Twp., Priv., Unassigned in 19th Reg. Hansley, William, of Marion; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; MO 6-14-65 Served two tours. Hannah, Arthur, of Slash; Corpl., Co H, 101st Reg. Disch. 2-21-63. Hannah, William, of Slash; Priv., Co H, 101st Reg.; MO 6-24-65 Hanshew(or Haushew), George J.; 1st Sergt., co G, 8th Cav. (39th Reg.). Buried Fairmount Park Cem. in Soldiers Circle. Hansley, William, of Marion; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; MO 6-14-65 Served two tours. Harbour, Howard H.; Co D, 99th Reg. Buried Converse Cem., Grant Co., IN, (may be from Howard Co.) Hardacre, John, of Mier, IN; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg.; MO 6-24-65 Hardacre, Joseph; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; MO 9-4-64 Harden, Alexander, of Jonesboro; Priv., Co G, 31st Reg. Disch. w/disability 12-6-62. Harden, William, of Jonesboro; Priv., Co G, 31st Reg.; MO 9-15-64 Hardon, John, of Sims Twnshp, Grant Co., IN (name obtained from news. clip. 7 John Hardons on file, none from Sims, Twp., Grant Co., IN) Hare, Michars L.; Priv., Co M, 5th Cav., 90th Reg.; unaccounted for Harman/Harmon Harmon, Amos W.; Priv. Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg., MO 8-6-61: 2nd tour served as Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Harmon, Joseph M.; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65. Died in Illinois. Harman, Luther H.; Priv. Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.: 2nd tour served as 2nd Lt., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg., prom. to 1st Lt.;MO 11-26-6. Died in Illinois. Harmon, Timothy A., of Marion; Priv., Co H, 97th Reg. Disch. 1-14-64 Harriman, Milton A.; Corpl., Co H, 12th(1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Harris, George W. (8 G. Harris in State CW records_?_). Buried New Harmony Baptist Cem., Grant Co, IN Harrison, Jabez;Priv., Co G, 8th (3mo) Reg. Re-enlisted Priv., Co I, 54th (1yr) Reg.; MO 9-13-62. b.1830, d.1911. Buried Converse Cem. Grant Co., IN. May be from Howard Co. Harreld, Cyrus; of Pleasant Twp. Listed in Whitson's History as a Civil War Veteran, but no info available from the State Civil War Archives or unable to determine which one he was. Harrold, John R., of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co D, 34th Reg.; MO 10-21-65 Served two tours. Harry, Elmer J., of Mill Twp.; Priv. Co G, 57th Reg. Hart, Robert, of Fairmount Township; Priv, Co G, 101st Reg.; MO 6-24-65. b. 1836, d. 1918. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 367. Enlisted at Ossian IN. Hart, William; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Harter, Jacob H.; Priv., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.; MO 8-6-61 Harter, Lewis, of Slash; Priv., Co H, 101st Reg.; deserted 12-27-62 Harter, Moses; of Pleasant Twp. Listed in Whitson's History as a Civil War Veteran, but no info available from the State Civil War Archives or unable to determine which one he was. Harter, Samuel; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) IN Inf. Killed at Pea Ridge, Ark. 3-7-62. Buried at Fayattville Nat'l. Cem. Plot 80657 Hartley, William R.; 32nd Reg. Also served in the Garrison Guard, Company unknown. Born 6-1-1828, died 5-5-1910. Buried Shiloh Cem., Grant Co., IN Harton, Cary, of Center Twp; Priv., Co I, 153rd Reg. Harvey, Cyrus W., of Fairmount Township; Corpl., prom. to 1st.Serg, Co C, 89th Reg.; MO 7-19-65 Harvey, Robert, of Monroe Twp; Priv., Co A, 47th Reg. Harvey, William V, of Warren IN; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; records show 'sick in Indianapolis, and also POW 10-19-64 at Cedar Creek, VA. Hasting, Robert W., of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; MO 9-4-64. b. 11-28-40, d. 1-4-1909. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 663. * Hatcher, David L.; Co B, 13th OHIO Inf.; 1839-1928. Buried Van Buren Cem. Hatfield, George; Priv., Co H, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-12-62 * Hatfield, James, of Jerome, Howard Co., IN; Priv, Co I, 57th Reg.; MO 2-21-65. Buried Converse Cem., Grant Co., IN Hatfield, John B.; Co C, 151st Reg.; MO. (5-26-34 to 7-21-1907). Buried Converse Cem Sec. E00, Grant Co Haun, John; Priv., Co C, 12th (3yr) Reg.; MO 6-8-65 Havens, Aaro N.; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; died at New Madrid, Mo. 6-23-62 Havens, Abraham, of Jonesboro; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg.; supposed to have died at Andersonville prison Havens, Benear; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; deserted 8-12-65 Havens, James C.; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg.; trans to V.R.C. on 7-1-64 Havens, Joseph T.(or C.), of Jalapa, IN; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg., trans. to; Co K, 34th Reg.; died at Cairo, Ill. 10-30-63 Havens, Samuel B.; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66 Havens, William B., of Jonesboro; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; deserted at Indianapolis 5-6-64 Hawk, Peter, of Marion; Priv., Co I, 59th Reg.; MO 7-17-65 Hawkins, James; Priv., Co F, 101st. Reg.; MO 6-24-65. 1841-1930. Buried IOOF Cem., Marion IN Hawkins, John S.; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Hawn, Abram, of Jonesboro; Priv., Co E, 75th Reg.; MO 12-23-62 Hayden, Allen B., Slash; Priv., Co H, 101st Reg.; trans to V.R.C. 7-6-65 Hayden, Nathaniel, of Wheeling IN; Priv., Co C, 140th Reg.; MO 7-11-65. b. 3--7-28, d. 4-26-1903. Buried, New Harmony Baptist Cem., Grant Co., IN. Hayes, Hiram P.; Priv., Co C, 12th (3yr) Reg.; MO 6-8-65 Hayman, John H., of Marion; Priv., Co H, 97th Reg.; disch. 10-28-62 Haynes/Haines Haynes, F. M., of Fairmount Township; Priv, 2nd IN Light Artillery. Haynes, George W., of Fairmount; Priv., Co F, 147th Reg.; MO 8-4-65 Second husband of Sarah (Mann) Rhodes. After her husband Andrew Mann Rhodes was killed, she married George W. Haynes. George Washington Haynes was born June 14, 1841 in Franklin County, Indiana and died on March 19, 1874 in Cambridge City/Wayne County, Indiana. He was married to Lucinda Jane Mason, daughter of George Mason and Sarah Ice, on March 7, 1858 and she died on March 29, 1863. They had Jonathan Sephratis, Sarah Olive, Joseph, and Silas M. Haynes. On October 1, 1863 he married Sarah Jane (Mann) Rhodes, daughter of Andrew Jackson and Mary Mann, and she died on September 10, 1865. They had one child, Rosa, born and died in 1864. He then married Malinda Ellen Johnson, daughter of Andrew Johnson and Elizabeth Hazel Baker, on July 7, 1866. They had Effie May, Frank Omer, Jerome, and Lydia Jane. He enlisted on 2/10/1865 and was mustered into F Co. 147th Infantry Regiment Indiana Volunteers. They left the state for Harper's Ferry, Va., where they engaged on guard and garrison duty at various times at Stephenson' Depot, Summit Point, Berryville, Harper's Ferry, and Maryland Heights until they mustered out on Aug. 4, 1865. George contacted "disease of lungs" in the Civil War, and received a gunshot wound to his 1st and 2nd fingers of the right hand, flesh wounds near distal ends. George is buried in Dublin Middle Cemetery, Dublin, Jackson Township, Wayne Co., Indiana. (Submitted by Janet Eastburn - GGG Grandaughter of Sarah Mann Rhodes.) Haines, Joseph; 54th Reg.; died Murpheesborough, Tenn. 2-22-63 Haynes, Samuel E.; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg.; died from wounds 5-10-64 Hays, Ansel D., of Van Buren; Priv., Co L, 13th Cav. (131st Reg.) ; MO 11-18-65 Hays, Gabriel; served 2 tours, one as Priv., Co K, 19th Reg. Hays, James N.; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Hays, Lemuel, of Center Twp; Priv., 8th US Cavalry. Sub for Calvin Hood. Hays, Patrick; Priv., unassigned, 17th Reg. Hazel, Henry; Priv., Co M, 5th Cav., 90th Reg., trans. to regular army on 12-4-62 Headley, Benjamin, of Slash; Priv., Co H, 101st Reg. Shot in shoulder at Chicamauga; MO 4-30-64 Heal, William; Priv., Co H, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Heavenridge, Thomas S., of Fairmount Township; Corpl.,Co A, 36th Reg.; MO 9-21-64 Heckard, Harrison; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Hedrick, Charles F.; Priv., Co D (trans. to Co C), 34th Reg.; disch. 11-13-65 w/disability Hedrick, John G.; Priv., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg; MO 8-6-61: 2nd tour served as 1st Lt., Co A, 139th Reg. Heistand, John A., of Fairmount; Priv., Co C, 123rd Reg. ; MO 8-25-65 Helm, Benjamin; Priv., MI 2/1/1865Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Louisville, Ky. b. 1847 d. 8/?/1924. Buried in Marion I.O.O.F. Cem. * Helmick, Arnold; Co. A, 8th OHIO Cav.; MI at age 19 yrs. 2-20-1864 and MO 5-24 -1965 at Camp Chase, OH. Buried New Harmony Baptist Cem., Grant Co., IN. b. 1845 Helton, John, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co C, 89th Reg.; MO 7-19-65 Hemmel, John L.; served 2 tours, one as Priv., Co K, 34th Reg. Henderson, Joseph W.; Priv., Co K, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Henderson, Richard T., of Marion; Priv., Co D, 19th Reg.; Trans to 20th on 10-18-64; MO 1-2-65. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Henderson, William; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr)Reg.: 2nd tour served as Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg. Hendrick, Charles A.; Priv., Co F, 6th (3mo) Reg.; MO 8-2-61. Died at Colorado Springs, Colo. 8-25-86 Hendrick, George; Priv., Co C, 12th (3yr) Reg.; MO 6-8-65 as absent, wounded Hendrickson, Joseph W., of Liberty Twp; Priv., Co K, 153rd Reg. Hendrix, John H.; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; died in St. Louis 11-26-61 Henley, Dr. Alpheus, of Fairmount; Priv, unassigned, 89th Reg. asst. surgeon stationed at Indianapolis. HENLEY, Dr. ALPHEUS- served as army surgeon in Indianapolis during war. He was then assigned to the Oklahoma Territory to vaccinate Indians. He returned to Fairmount where his 2 sons Glenn and Richard attended the Fairmount Academy. Henley(or Henly), John R., of Fairmount; Priv. Co I, 101st Reg.; MO 6-24-65 Hess, Luther P.; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg. Disch. 3-18-63 w/disability Hess, William T.; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg. Discharged 1-5-64 w/disability. Heverland, John; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg. Killed at Vicksburg, Miss. 5-22-63 Heviland, Christopher, of Marion; Priv., Co C, 40th Reg.; MO 12-21-65 Hewitt, Jesse M.; Priv., Co M, 5th Cav., 90th Reg.; MO 9-15-65 Hiatt, Benjamin Co C, trans to Co F, 7th Cav. (119th Reg.); MO 2-18-66. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN. Enlisted in Dearborn Co. IN. Hiatt, Eli; of Fairmount, Priv. Co. A, 101st Reg. Transferred to 58th Reg. on 6-22-1865. Listed in Whitson's History as a veteran of the Civil War. Hiatt, Ezekiel; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9--4-65 Hiatt, Henry C.; Co C, 7th Cav. (119th Reg.). Died a POW. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Hiatt, Ira, of Richmond, IN; Priv., Co C, 9th Cav., (121st Reg); disch. 5-8-65. (1845-1913). Buried Converse Cem., Grant Co. IN. Enlisted from Richmond IN. Hiatt, John; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Hiatt, Leander, of Jonesboro; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 9-21-64 Hiatt, Levi, of Jonesboro; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 9-21-64 Hiatt, Stephen A.; Priv., Co G, 153rd. Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Hiatt, William H., of Jonesboro; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg., trans to: Musician, Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66 Served two tours. Hicks/Hix Hix, Benjamin; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66. Served two tours. b.6-13-41, d. 7-12-89 Buried Fairview/Hix/Bradford Cem., Grant Co., IN Hicks, Hamilton; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Hix, Oliver P.; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 9-21-64. Buried Salem Cem., Grant Co., IN Hicks, William; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.(2 tours); MO 7-7-65 Highly, Leroy; Priv., Co B, 23rd Reg. Hilborn, William H.; Corpl., Co F, 34th Reg.; Disch. w/disability: re-enlist. as Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Hill, Daniel; Priv. Co C, 89th IN Inf. Died 4-9-64 at Fort De Russy, Washington D.C. He was a 'Conductor' on the Underground Railway and delivered the last 'consignment' (slave family of father, mother, and 5 children) to pass over the Underground Railway through Fairmount Township. Hill, Ezra C.; Corpl., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.; MO as Sergt. 8-6-61 Hill, Elijah; Co. D 140 Ind. Inf. Buried at Shiloh Cem., Grant Co., Ind. Hill, Henry; 34th Reg.; died 7-25-63 at New Madrid, Ill. * Hill, Josiah F.; Co A, 44th OHIO Inf.; Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Hill, Oliver C., of Marion; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; died 11-3-61 Hillman, William R.; Priv., Co A, 5th. Cav., 90th Reg.; MO 6-15-65 * Hills, Amos W.; Co D, 41st OHIO Inf. Buried Tinkel Cem., Grant Co., IN Hindsley, William, of Marion; Priv., Co K, 8th (3yr) Reg.; MO 6-14-65 Hineline, Edward; Corpl., Co C, 89th Reg. Died of wounds received at Pleasant Hill La. 4-9-64 Hines, Herman, of Harrisburg; Priv., Co G, 84th Reg. Died at Ashland, KY, 1-27-63. Hinton, John, Priv., Co U, 33rd Reg. Died 12-6-1880 (42Y25D). Buried New Harmony Baptist Cem., Grant Co., IN Hiser, William, of Simms Twp; Priv., Co F, 140th Reg. Hite, Basil F.; Musician, Co I, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62: 2nd tour served as Priv., Co A, 5th., Cav., 90th Reg.; MO 6-15-65 Hite, David C.; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.(2 tours); MO 9-4-65. Died in California 1-14-1886. Hix/Hicks Hix, Benjamin; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66. Served two tours. b.6-13-41, d. 7-12-89 Buried Fairview/Hix/Bradford Cem., Grant Co., IN Hicks, Hamilton; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Hix, Oliver P.; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 9-21-64. Buried Salem Cem., Grant Co., IN Hicks, William; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.(2 tours); MO 7-7-65 Hobbs, Lewis, of Jonesboro; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; disch or MO_unknown__, died at home 3-16-65. Buried Bethel Cem., Grant Co., IN Hockard, Harrison, of Van Buren; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg. Hockett, Blanchard W.; Musician., Co E, 139th Reg.; MO 9-29-64. Buried IOOF Cem., Marion IN Hocket(t), Eli, of Marion; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg.; MO 6-24-65 Hockett, Joseph; Priv., Co D, 139th Reg.; MO 9-29-64. b.9-19-41, d. 3-28-1905. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 453 Hockett, Lindley, of Fairmount Township; Sarg., Co F, 139th Reg. (no info. in State CW records) Hockett, William S.; Priv., Co D, 139th Reg.; MO 9-29-64 Hodge/Hodges Hodges, Ezekiel W., of Harrisburg; Priv., Co C, 97th Reg.; MO 6-9-65 Hodge, Henry; Priv. Co f, 34th Reg.; died at New Madrid, Mo., 4-23-62 Hodge, John E., Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; MO 9-4-64 Hodge, Justin B.; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 * Hoggatt, Joseph; Priv, Co C, 79th OHIO Inf. Moved to Fairmount Township. b.1838, d. 1925. Buried Farimount Park Cem. Lot 198. Holbrook, Lee; Priv., Co G, 34th U.S. Vol. Inf. Buried Jefferson Cem., Grant Co., IN Holder, Logan E.; Priv., Co F, 132nd Reg. While in military he suffered from 'lung fever' and was hospitalized at Camp Carrington in Indianapolis. His lung disease turned into chronic bronchitis which affected him throughout his life, sometimes preventing him from working. Hon. disch. May 1865. m. Nancy Jane Ewings. they had 5 children; Mary Alice, Emma Ellen, Laura Etta, and twin sons John Thomas and James K. Nancy Jane Holder passed away 1-12-87 and Logan remarried 2-11-95 to JoAnn (Simons) Swisher. Logan died 8-14-1926 and was buried in Fairmount Park Cemetery. Hollingsworth, Cyrus, of Fairmount Township; Priv, Co I, 101st Reg; disch. 10-20-62: 2nd tour served as Priv , unassigned, 32nd Reg. Hollingsworth, Gilmore, of Fairmount; Musician, Co H, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62. 2nd tour served; Co D, 139th.(100day) Reg.; never mustered in; trans to; Priv., Co G, 140th (1yr) Reg; MO 7-11-65. d. 9-1-84. Buried, Back Creek Cem., Fairmount IN Hollingsworth, J.M.E.; Priv., Co E 47yh Reg. b. 12--27-27, d. 11-29-97. Buried Converse Cem. Grant Co., IN Hollingsworth, John Burgess. Born in Hudson Co, Ohio, Aug. 5, 1836. Moved to Fairmount w/parents in 1856. Lived w/uncle in Summitville IN 1 year while learning carpentry trade, returning home to Fairmount. Worked odd jobs until enlistment on April 23, 1861, as Priv. Co. B, 8th (3mo); he re-enlisted in Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg. and MO on 6-1-65. He, with Smith Kelsay and Isaac Smithson, were the first three Fairmount Twp. men who at outbreak of war responded to Pres. Lincoln's call for troops. Oct 1, 1861, Hollingsworth enlisted in as Corpl., Co H, 12th IN Reg, serving 7 months. Discharged from this command May 18, 1862. Aug. 10, 1862, volunteered a 3rd time, enlisting in Co H, 8th Reg. for 3 years, until close of war. Then was mustered out June 14, 1865. After returning home went into the monument business. Died 1919, Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 754 Hollingsworth, Wesley B., of Fairmount Township; Musician, Co K, 130th Reg.; MO 6-11-65. b.1834, d. 1900. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 547. Hollis, David; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg.; disch 6-10-65. died 5-22-66 (24Y8M16D). Buried New Harmony Baptist Cem., Grant Co., IN Hollis, Henry; (no info. in State CW records); died at Camp Carrington, Virg. 12-9-64 (20Y7M29D). Buried New Harmony Baptist Cem., Grant Co., IN Holloway, Abner, of Jonesboro; Priv, Co E, 83rd Reg.; MO 6-2-65. b. 12-12-30, d. 4-1-1903. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot. 422. HOLLOWAY, ABNER; (bro. of Jesse C. Holloway who died in Andersonville prison). Moved to Grant co. at age 18. He married Sarah Rich 5-23-1855. they had 10 children; Marian (McCormick), Marion, Mary Ellen (Nelson), Matilda Jane (Mills), Margaret (Ozenbaugh), Joseph, Elizabeth (Lease), Jesse, Eri, and Arthur. Holloway, Amos; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-9-65 Holloway, Isaac; In 1860 he was age 19 and still at home. Believe he enlisted at Anderson 12-9-1861 Co. G, 47th Ind. Inf. Discharged 4-22-1862 Whitson's Centennial History of Grant County 1814 - 1914 page 904. Merchant and school teacher, in 1914, retired and living in Neoga, Illinois. Son of Jesse Holloway and Eleanor (Hinshaw) Holloway-Moon and brother of Jesse C. Holloway who died in Libby prison from starvation. 1860 Census of Grant County Isaac Holloway age 19 and Jesse Holloway age 15. Living with other siblings and Eleanor, their mother. Jesse the father had passed on. Eleanor Holloway-Moon was the famous midwife who traveled around the countryside delivering babies in Grant County and vicinity. Holloway, Jesse C.; Priv., Co M, 5th Cav., 90th Reg.; died in Andersonville, GA prison 9-15-64. Buried there in Nat'l. Cem. Plot 8967. Holloway, Timothy; Priv., Co M, 5th Cav., 90th Reg.; MO 9-15-65 Hollowell, Isaac; Sergt., Co F, 101st. Reg.; MO 6-24-65 Hollowell, Jonathan; Sergt., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.. Died 4-6-63. Hollowell, Linsey N.; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; MO 12-8-63 Holman, Joseph; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; died at Jefferson Barracks, Mo., 8-2-63 Holmes, William, of Simms Twp; Priv., 2nd Batt, Lt. Art. Homer, John A., of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co I, 101st Reg. Homer, Moses, of Jonesboro; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66 as Corpl. Hooser, James W.; Priv., Co H, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Hoover, Daniel G. of Franklin Twp.; served 2 tours, one as Priv., Co F, 34th Reg. Hoover, David; Co C 89th Reg. Re-enlisted for 2nd tour, killed at Murfordsville KY 9-4-62 Hoover, David Y., of Fairmount Township; Corp, Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66. Hoover, James M.; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 * Hopkins, J.W.; Co C, 10th KENTUCKY Cav. b. 1837, d. 1904. Buried IOOF Cem., Marion IN Horine, Marion G.(Gen'l), of Marion; Served two tours, 2nd one as Priv., Co F, 34th Reg. MO 2-3-66 Horine, Moses, of Jalapa; served 2 tours, one in Co F, 34th Reg. Horine, Samuel; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg. ; Horine, Thomas J.; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; disch. 6-20-62 w/disability Horn, Samuel; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; MO 9-4-64 Horner, John A, of Fairmount; Priv., Co H, 101st Reg.; disch 11-5-62 Horner, Moses, of Jonesoro; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; re-enlist on 12-15-63; MO 2-3-66. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Horton, Carey A.; Priv., Co A, 139th Reg.; MO 9-29-64: 2nd tour served as Priv., Co I, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Hosier, Polk, of Fairmount Township; Priv, 36th Reg. Hosterman, William, of Marion; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg. Killed at Chickamauga, GA, 9-19-63. Hout, John; Priv., Co H, 97th Reg. Died at Scottsboro, Ala. 4-20-64. Buried at Chattanooga TN, Nat'l; Cem. plot P 5680 Hout, John J., of Marion; Priv., Co H, 97th Reg. Disch. 5-21-64 Howard, John A.; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62: 2nd tour served as 1st Lt. in Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; MO 12-8-63: 3rd tour served as Capt. of Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Howard, Phineas; Corpl., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; disch. 3-10-63 w/disability. b. 4-3-40, d. 2-3-1914. Buried Salem Cem., Grant Co., IN Howe, Abraham; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Howe, Dorsey; 47th Reg.; killed at Champion Hills, Miss. 5-16-63 Howell, Charles, of Jonesboro; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 9-7-65 Howell, John; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62: 2nd tour as Priv., Co C, 89th Reg.; MO 7-19-65 Howell, Thomas, of Liberty Twp; Priv., Unassigned in 19th Reg. Hows, Edward H.; Priv., Co H, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Hows, John H., Priv., Co H, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Hoyse, Samuel; Corpl., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg. Hubert, John, of Fairmount Township; Corpl., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; MO 12-8-63 Hudleston, Allen J., of Jalapa; Corpl., Co K, 34th Reg.; MO 9-21-64. Hudsel, Edward; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Hudson, James, of Jonesboro; Priv., Co G, 57th Reg.; MO 10-4-65 Huff, Marshall N.; Corpl., Co C, 12th (3yr) Reg.; Corpl.; MO 6-8-65. Buried Morris Chapel, Grant Co IN Huffman, Allen, of Jonesboro; Priv., Co I, 118th Reg. Died 1880. Buried Hog Creek/Ballinger Cem. Grant Co., IN Huffman, Samuel P., of Jonesboro; Served two tours, 2nd one as Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66. Buried Jefferson Cem. Grant Co.IN Hughes, James N., of Worthington, IN; Priv., Co H, 7th Reg., trans to; Co H, 6th Cav.(71st Reg.); MO 6-7-65. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Hullinger, Alexander; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62. Buried Converse Cem., Grant Co. IN. (may be from Howard County) Hullinger, Alpheus, of Franklin Twp; Priv., Co B, 53rd Red. Sub for D.H. Griffith Hults, George W.; Priv., Co M, 5th. Cav., 90th Reg.; died in Andersonville prison 7-6-64. Buried there in Nat'l Cem. Plot 118. Hults, John B.; Priv. Co C, 12th (3yr) Reg.; appt Corpl. Sergt., MO 6-8-65 Hults, Richard; Priv., Co I, 108th Reg.; MO 7-17-63 Hummel, Charles, of Marion; served 2 tours, one in Co H, 47th Reg. Hummel, John L.; Capt., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; MO 8-28-65 Hummel, Leander Z.; Corpl., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg. Died in Jefferson City, MO 9-21-61 Hummer, Luther, of Washington Twp.; Priv., Co D, 23rd Reg. Sub. for David O. Terrell Hundley, J. M.; Priv. Co E, 140th IN Reg.; MO 7-11-65. (quoted from a letter written in 1917, "I was a member of the Fairmount Militia Company referred to as the Home Guards for a short time in 1863, and while I belonged we took our equipment home with us. This equipment consisted, as I now remember it, of a Belgian musket, bayonet, cartridge- box and sixty rounds of fixed ammunition. Very few of this company had uniforms. They were boys from fifteen to sixteen and men from fourty to fifty-five, most of them clad in homespun, with straw hats made from straw plaited by mother, and now and then would be seen a coon-skin cap. Someone, whose name I do not now remember, would come to drill practice wearing a stovepipe plug hat. Several of the members had been in the service and had been discharged for disability or because of expiration of term of service, and had a fairly good idea of military tactics. The Belgian muskets with which they were armed were quite as dangerous to the man behind the gun as to the man in front. The boys at the front used to say that there was death at one end and six months' sickness at the other end of these weapons.") Hunt, Nathan W., of Independence; Priv, Co C, 12th Reg.; MO 6-8-65 Hurley, James; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Hurley, John W.; Priv., Co A, 5th. Cav., 90th Reg.; MO 6-15-65 * Huston, Gilbert M.; Co G, 13th Reg. b. 10-20-43, d. 4-30-1919. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 686. HUSTON, GILLBERT- 13th IN Vol. Inf. (while in Washington county). b. 1843, m. Susan Harriet Jenkins (from Scott Co. ILL). They had 4 daughters and 2 sons; Olive, Alge, Norma, Emma, Alva, and Grover, (7th died in infancy). The family moved from Washington county to N. Carolina and Nebraska before settling in Fairmount in 1908. Huston, Vinson; Priv., Co D, 7th Cav.(119th Reg.); MO 2-18-66. Buried IOOF Cem., Marion IN Hutchison, Edward P.; Priv., Co D, 135th Reg.; MO 9-29-64. Died 1-14-1882 at home. Hyatt, Anderson, of Liberty Twp; Priv., Unassigned in 19th Reg. * Hiatt, Elias; From the State Civil War Archives we find Elias N. Hyatt ??? Residence Kokomo, IN; Enlisted on 3/2/1865 as a Private. On 3/2/1865 he mustered into "G" Co. IN 147th Infantry. He was Mustered Out on 8/4/1865 Hyatt, Stephen A., of Fairmount; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg. Hyatt, William; Sergt., Co C, 89th Reg.; disch 2-28-63

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Ibson, James P.; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Ink, Charles; Priv, of Fairmount Township. Co B, 8th (3mo) IN Inf., MO 8-6-61. Died April 1887, buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN INK, CHARLES- owned a saloon with his brother John (who paid $500 for a sub to fight for himself) on the north side of bridge in Gas City (Harrison). He also built a brick building in Jonesboro that served as an Inn. Charles also owned a large farm where he lived with his sister. He had tenants who did the farming. He is buried in Gas City Riverside Cemetery just west of the family plot. Irey, Hillis H.; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Irey, Oliver; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Irwin, Francis M.; Priv., Co H, 153rd Reg.; deserted 8-18-65 Isenheart, Berdine, of Marion; Priv., Co C, 40th Reg.; MO 6-13-65 Ivan, John; Priv., Co H, 8th Reg

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Jack, Marion; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg.; MO 7-19-65 Jack, Robert M.; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Jack, William;, Priv.., Co C, 89th Reg.; MO 7-19-65 Jacks, Hallett B., of Jonesboro; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City IN Jackson, Francis M., of Marion; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62: 2nd tour served as Priv., Co K, 40th Reg.; MO 6-15-65 Jackson, John; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; died at Young's Point in Feb., 1863 Jackson, John W.; Priv., Co M, 5th Cav., 90th Reg.; transferred to V.R.C. Jackson, John W.; Co B, 6th or 7th USCI. Buried Weaver Cem., Grant Co., IN. Jackson, Joshua C., of Marion; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg. Jacobs, Lucius C., of Jalapa; Musician, Co K, 34th Reg.; MO 9-21-64. * Jacobs, William H.; Corpl.,Co A, 91st OHIO Inf. Buried Jefferson Cem., Grant Co., IN Jadden, Gilbert; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg.; MO 7-19-65. Buried Jefferson Cem., Grant Co., IN James, Martin B.; 89th Reg. Died at home in Aug. 1864 James, Martin V. B., of Marion; Priv., Co G, 51st Reg. Died at Peru, IN, 8-15-63 James, W. B.; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; died at Otterville, Mo., 11-17-61 * Jarrett, Gilford, of Winchester IN; Priv., Co H, 84th Reg.; MO 6-14-65. Buried Converse Cem., Grant Co. IN Jay, Samuel R, of Jonesboro; Corpl., Co.F, 34th Reg. Died 3-224-62 at Riddle's Point, MO. Jay, Thomas; Priv., 1st Cav. (28th Reg.) unassigned. Died at Elymount Landing. Jay, William L., of Waynsburg, IN; Priv., Co E, 83rd Reg.; MO 6-2-65. Buried Back Creek Cem. Fairmount IN Jeffery, Henry R., of Fairmount Township; Corp, Co H, 118th Reg.; MO 3-1-64. b. 1844, d. 1911. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 500 Jeffery, Samuel; Priv., Co A, 69th Reg; MO 7-5-65. Buried Quaker Sec. IOOF Cem., Marion IN Jeffrey, Smith; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg. Died 6-30-63 of wounds. Jeffrey, William T.; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 * Jenkins, Israel; Corp., Co. B Kentucky, Harlan Co. BATTN. MI 10/13/1862 MO 1/13/1863 Res. not listed. Jenkins, Robert; From the State Civil War Archives we find Robert Jinkins MI 9-2-1864, Priv. Co E, 58th Ind. Inf. died 1-15-1865 in Savannah, Georgia Jesiop, Winslow E., of Jalapa; Sergt., Co K, 34th Reg. Died 6-1-62 at New Madrid, MO. Johns, William; Priv. Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg. ; MO 8-6-61 Johnson, Benjamin, of Marion; Priv., Co K, 40th Reg.; MO 6-15-65 Johnson, Elias; of Monroe Twp. Listed in Whitson's History as a Civil War Veteran, but no info available from the State Civil War Archives or unable to determine which one he was. Johnson, Gabrial (Gabe), of Trask; Priv, Co A, 8th Reg., MO 9-4-64. b.1837, d.1900. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 499 Johnson, John J.; Serg Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.; MO as priv. on 8-6-61; recruited as Priv. to Co F, 34th Reg.; Promoted to principal Musician; MO 2-3-66 Johnson, Thomas, of Jonesboro; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg.; MO 6-24-65 Johnson, William S.; Priv., Co F, trans to Co D, 53rd Reg.; Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg. MO 9-4-65 Served two tours of duty. Johnson, Zachariah M., of Somerset; 2nd Lt., Co C, 89th Reg.; resigned 1-24-63 Jones, Anthony W.; Co C, 89th Reg.; MO 7-19-65 * Jones,Byron W.,of Marion; Born 7-10-1845, entered CW in state of New York on 9-30-64. At death resided in Marion In. Died 12-29-1934 age 89Y5M19D. Widowed and was a civil engineer. He is buried at Marion Veteran's Cemetery. (Info. according to burial records from Adams & Ravens Funeral Home book 2) Jones, Charles R.; Priv., Co C, trans to Co F, 7th Cav.(119th Reg.). Jones, Charles A.; Priv., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg; MO 8-6-61: 2nd tour served as Priv. in Co B, 34th Reg.; Prom. to 2nd Lt. Jones, Charles R., of Jonesboro; Capt., Co C, 89th Reg.; resigned 2-27-63. Buried Riverside Cem. Gas City, IN Jones, Clarkson; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg.; died at Memphis, Tenn. 2-9-63 Jones, George W.; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg. Died at Annapolis, Md. 6-25-1863 (21Y10M). Buried Shiloh Cem., Grant Co., IN Jones, Henry C., of Mier; Priv., Co K, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66 Served two tours. Jones, Hiram A., of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co C, 89th Reg.; MO 7-19-65 Jones, John, of Grant Co.,; Priv. MI 8-30-1862 in Co C, 89th IN Infantry He MO 7-19-1865 at Mobile, AL He was a prisoner twice. He was also shot in the foot and sent home, after he was exchanged for one of the others. He inlisted in Fairmount,Indiana. He died 1926 in Jonesboro,Indiana and is buried in the Riverside Cem. of Gas City, Ind. He was married to Mary Ann Zeek. Jones, John F.(Franklin) of Grant Co.; Priv, Co H, 12th (1yr) Reg.;MI 10-23-61; MO 5-12-62, as a 2nd Lieutenant at Washington, DC; 2nd tour was with Co C, 89th Reg.; MI 8-2-62 as 2nd Lieutenant, MO 7-19-65. Promotions 1st Lieutenant 2-28-1863 and Captain 10-28-1864 at Mobile, AL. Returned home to Fairmount and married Miss Jennie W. Winslow. Buried at Park Cem., Fairmount, IN Lot 580 Jones, John W.E., of Slash; Priv., Co H, 101st Reg. Deserted 1-3-63. Jones, Jonathan H., of Jonesboro; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg.;disch. 4-1-63 Jones, Joseph, from Kendallville, IN; Priv., Co D, 74th Reg., trans to IL MS Marine Brigade; MO 6-9-65. Buried Union Chapel-Beekman Cem., Grant Co., IN Jones, Lemon, of Fairmount; Priv. Co K, 130th Reg.; MO as Corpl. 12-2-65 Jones, Lewis of Fairmount; Priv. Co F, 34th Reg. Disch. 6-20-63 w/disability. Died at home, buried Oak Ridge Cem. Jones, Milford of Fairmount; Priv. Co F, 34th Reg.; disch, 2-3-66 w/disability Jones, Milford D., of Jonesboro; Priv., Co C, 12th. (3yr) Reg.; MO Jones, Robert Barclay, of Marion; Captain, Co K, 34th Reg.; Prom. to Major, then Lt. Col, then to Colonel; resigned 3-20-65. 1826-1866. Buried IOOF Cem., Marion IN Jones, Spicer, of Independence; Priv., Co K, 130th Reg.; MO 12-2-65 Jones, Thomas, of Liberty Twp; Priv., Unassigned in 19th Reg. * Jones, Thomas B. (D)of Spencer Co., IN, MI 10-9-61 as Corp. Co. C, 42nd Reg. MO 7-21-65 at Louisville, KY. Promoted to 1st Lieut. then Captain. Died in 1875 at age 42. Buried in Oak Ridge Cemetery, Grant Co., IN. * Jones, Thomas W. (M),; Priv. Co. G 129th OHIO Vol. Inf. MO 3-8-64 and died 9-10-94 at age 52. Buried in Fairmount Park Cem., Lot 252. Jones, William F.; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Jones, William H., of Mier; Priv., Co K, 34th Reg.; died at Helena, Ark., 3-11-62 Jones, William R.; Priv., Co K, 34th Reg.; disch. 4-4-63 w/disability * Jordan, Lewis; Co D, 1st OHIO Inf. Buried in Converse Cem., Grant Co., IN Joy, Samuel R.; Corpl., Co F, 34th Reg. Died at Riddle's Point, Mo., 3-24-62 Joy, William; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; discharged 12-26-62 Juddey, John A.; Priv., Co B, 42nd Reg.; MO 7-21-65. Buried Converse Cem., Grant Co., IN, (may be from Howard Co.) Julian, George W.; Priv., Co K 34th Ind. Inf. Died Feb. 11, 1864, Buried at Chalmette Nat'l Cemetery, Chalmette, La. Sec. 28 grave 1901 NOTE: May have been a resident of Grant County at time of enlistment. 1850 census lists a John Julian living at or near Fox Station which is almost a straight shot east of Somerset. Jump, Gustavus W.; Priv., Co C, 12th (3yr) Reg.; MO 6-8-65

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Kates, Richard; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg.; MO 7-19-65 Kaufman, Hart; of Fairmount Twp. Listed in Whitson's History as a Civil War Veteran, but no info available from the State Civil War Archives or unable to determine which one he was. Keener, David, of Jalapa; served 2 tours, one in Co K, 34th Reg. Keever, Addison, of Jonesboro; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; disch. 11-10-62 from accidental wounds. Buried Jefferson Cem., Grant Co., IN
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Keever(or Keener), David; Priv,. Co K, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66 Keever, Martin, of Jonesboro; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66 Served two tours. Kein, Augustin; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; disch. 12-17-63 w/disability Kein, Patrick; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; disch 4-4-63 w/disability Keitner, Andrew J.; Corpl., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.; MO 8-6-61 as Sergt.: 2nd tour served as 2nd. Lt. in Co M, 5th Cav., 90th Reg. Kellar, Joseph A., of Jalapa; served 2 tours, one in Co K, 17th Reg. Kelley, Abraham, of Franklin Twp; Priv., Co K, 23rd Reg. Substitute. Kelley, Daniel B.; Co A, 42nd Reg.; MO 7-21-65. Buried Thrailkill Cem., Grant Co., IN Kelley, Jonathan; Priv., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg; MO 8-6-61. Drafted for 2nd tour as Unassigned Recruit in 32nd Reg. on 5-20-64. Kelley, Samuel S.; Priv., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg; MO 8-6-61; recruited as Priv., Co F, 34th Reg. Died at New Orleans on 10-24-63 Kelley, William M.; Priv., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.; MO 8-6-61; recruited as Priv., Co F, 34th Reg. Died at Benton Barricks, MO. 4-9-63 Kelsay, Albert W., of Fairmount Township; Priv., Co H, 12th (1yr) Reg.: 2nd tour served as Corpl., Co K, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-14-65. 1843-1929. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 379 Kelsay, Smith, of Fairmount Township; Priv., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.: 2nd tour served as Priv.,Co K, 130th Reg.; MO 6-8-65 as 1st. Sergt. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 432. Kem, Augustin; Whitson's Centennial History of Grant County 1814 - 1914 Page 794 Augustin Kem b. Wayne Co., Ind Mar. 20, 1842. Father John Kem, mother Ann Russell migrated to Grant County Oct. 3, 1853. On Sept. 5, 1861 Augustin Kem mustered in to Co. F, 34th Reg. Ind. Vol. Three year enlistment. He only served 2 years and 3 months being discharged on account of failing health at New Iberia, Louisiana. On page 508 of Whitson's history is a story of the GAR written by Augustin Kem.
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Kem, Joseph T.;Priv., Co A, 139th Reg.; MO 9-29-64. Re-enlisted as Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg. MO 9-4-65. Kendal, Thomas, of Independence; Priv., Co K, 130th Reg. Died at Nashville, Tenn. 6-20-64 Kendall, Samuel, of Mill Twp; Priv., Unassigned in 22nd Reg. Substitute Kenney, John; Priv., Co f, 57th Reg. Killed 11-25-1863 (33 years old) at Missionary Ridge Tenn. Buried Independence /Rigdon Cem. Grant Co., IN Kepler, George W.; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg.; MO 7-19-65 Kepler, Henry R., of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co E, 57th Reg. b. 1823, d. 1916. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot577 (no marker). Enlisted at Buena Vista, IN Kepley, Newell, of Marion; served 2 tours, one in Co. K, 17th Reg. Kersey, John; Priv., Co A, 139th Reg.; MO 9-29-64 * Kest, Isaac; Co E, 69th ILLINOIS Inf.; Buried Jefferson Cem., Grant Co., IN Key, Edward A., of Jalapa; Priv., Co K, 34th Reg. Died at Jalapa, Ind. 3-11-62 Keyes, Alexander A.; Sergt., Co C, 87th Reg.; MO 6-10-65. (1841-1928). Buried Converse Cem., Grant Co., IN Keys, William H., of Jonesboro; Priv., Co K, 65th Reg., trans 120th Reg.; MO 6-15-65 Keys, William T.; Priv., Co I, 72nd Reg. Disch. 1-19-62. Kibby, Jonah; No info. in State CW records. Buried New Harmony Cem., Grant Co IN. Died 1-5-1892 (65Y8M18D) Kidner, John W., of Marion; Priv., Co I, 57th Reg.; disch. 10-28-62. Buried Hog Creek/Ballinger Cem., Grant Co. IN. Kikly, Edward; Priv., Co H, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Kilgore, John V., of Point Isabell; Priv., Co H, 101st Reg.; died at Chattanooga, Tenn. 9-2-64, Plot F 2241 Chattanooga Nat'l Cem., Chattanooga, TN Kilgore, Joseph; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; MO 12-8-63. b. 1842 no death date on stone. Buried Atkinson Cem., Grant Co., IN
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Kilgore, William; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Kilpatrick, Oscar D; Priv., Co H, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Kilpatrick, Thomas E; Priv., Co H, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Kimball, Dr. Abner D. of Marion. b. in Coshocton Co. Ohio 1-24-39. s/o Moses and Louisa (Powell) Kimball. Family moved to Grant co. in 1850. Abner schooled in Miami and Grant counties. Studied medicine with Dr Frazier of Converse and attended Rush Medical College in Chicago. After graduation in 1860 opened practice in Converse. Married Henrietta (Haupt) of Wabash County. 4 children born; Maude (died in infancy), Clyde, Nellie, and Edwin. Enlisted in army in 1862 as 1st asst. surgeon of 48th IN Inf. and later in the 99th IN Inf. After war returned to practice in Converse. Moved to Marion 1884. Appointed Chief Surgeon in May 1890 of Marion Branch of National Military Home for Disabled Veterans. Died in Marion 11-4-1904. (PICTURE OF HIM in Whitson Hx. of Gr. Co. pg. 1266). Kimball, Dr. Thomas Clement of Marion, Priv. State Civil War records list his residence as Wasbash, however, I think he only enlisted at Wabash. MI 8-25-1861; Co I 8th Ind. Inf. MO 9-4-1864. b. in Coschocton Co., Ohio Nov. 23, 1842. Son of Moses and Louisa (Powell) Kimball. Moved to Indiana when 6 yrs. old. In 1861 he entered Marion High School and later Stockwell Collegiate Institute of Tippecanoe Co., Ind. to complete his literary education; but he was hardly accustomed to school life when he laid aside his books and enrolled his name as a volunteer soldier, and in Sept. 1861 was mustered into service as a private of Co. I, 8th Ind. Vol. Inf. and served as such during the three years of his enlistment, when he was honorably discharged. He was always ready for duty, and participated in all battles, skirmishes and marches that fell to the lot of his company. The principal engagements were: Rich Mountain, Black Water and Sugar Creek, Missiouri; Pea Ridge and Cotton Plant, Arkansas; Port Gibson, Jackson (1st battle), Champion Hills, Big Black River and Jackson (2nd battle), Mississippi; Murlany, Fort Esperando and Austin, Texas; Baton Rouge, Carrion Crow Bayou and Atchafalaya, Louisiana; Berryville and Hall Town, West Virginia. After three years of soldier life young Kimball again entered the Stockwell Collegiate Institute and three months later took up the study of medicine, his preceptor being his brother, Abner D., (whose military history is right above this one) and after taking the course of study at Rush Medical College entered upon the practice of his profession at Converse, Indiana, where he remained until 1885, when he located at Marion, where he has attained a high standard in his profession. In 1896 he founded the Marion Hospital, which has accomodations for thirty patients, and he gives his attention to surgery and surgical diseases of woman. Dr. Kimball was surgeon of the 4th Regiment, I.N.G. (Indiana National Guard), and when the regiment was mustered into service for duty during the Spanish War, President McKinley appointed Dr. Kimball chief division surgeon, and the appointment being confirmed by the United States senate, he was assigned the 6th Army Corps at Chickamauga, where he served until honorably discharged at the close of the war. The marriage of Dr. Kimball took place in 1865, when Miss Louisa J. Vinnedge became his wife. Four children have been born to this union, viz: India, now Mrs. L.J. Hoover, of Hartford City, Indiana; Carl V., editor Hardwood Journal, Chicago; Glen D., a graduate from Rush Medical College, in charge of Marion Hospital; and Earl, who is at home. NOTE: Much more on this man can be found in "Biographical Memoirs of Grant County" dtd. 1901- Bowen Publishing Co., Chicago. pgs. 249-251. Kimes, Lawson, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co A, 14th Reg. Died 12-12-1902 (76Y7D). Buried Fairmount Park Cem., Lot 584 Kinard, John; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; died at Young's Point, LA, in Feb. 1863 Kindle, John E.; Priv., Co H, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Kindlesparger, Joshua; Priv., Co G, 153rd. Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Kine, Patrick, of Jonesboro; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg. Disch. w/disability 4-4-63. Re-enlisted 8-4-64 as Priv., Co I, 9th, then deserted on 7-8-65 King, George F.; Priv., Co I, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62: 2nd tour served as Sergt., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; MO 12-8-63 King, Hiram; Priv.,Co F, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 King, John B.; Priv., Co M, 5th Cav., 90th Reg.; MO 9-15-65 Kinner, Martin; of Monroe Twp. Listed in Whitson's History as a Civil War Veteran, but no info available from the State Civil War Archives or unable to determine which one he was. Kinsey, David M.; Priv., Co B, 69th Reg. disch 1-6-62. 1843-1915. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 316 Kirkman, Jesse, of Logansport; Priv. Co B, 142nd Reg.; MO 6-28-65. Buried Converse Cem., Grant Co. IN Kirkpatrick, Edward, of Liberty Twp; Priv., Unassigned in 32nd Reg. Kirkpatrick, John; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg. Deserted 8-12-65 * Kirkpatrick, Joseph from Orange Co. N. Carolina. Priv, 2nd Co G, 40th Reg. N. Carolina Troops. He was born 10-18-1820 to John W. and Anne (Clendenin) Kirkpatrick. m. Sophia Knup (now spelled Canup) Jan 1, 1847. They had 7 children; William Pacely, Anne Elizabeth, Mary Jane, James Harrison, Thomas Franklin, Rufus Alexander, and Nancy Rebecca. Joseph was drafted at age 41 and served as Shell Bearer for heavy artillary at the costal fort below Wilmington, N.C. He saw severe action and saw his friend next to him get his bead blown off by yankee cannonball. He suffered emotional scars the rest of his life, constantly scanning the skys looking for cannonballs. After war he brought his family to Harrisburg IN in 1867. Joseph died 4-17-1895. Buried w/his wife and son Rufus in the West row of graves in the old section of Vinson Cemetery. Kirkpatrick, Oscar D., of Fairmount; Priv., Co H, 153rd Reg. Kirkpatrick, Thomas E., of Green Twp.; Priv., Co H, 153rd Reg. Kirlander, William J., of Van Buren; Priv., Co C, 153rd Reg. Kiser, William, of Richland Twp.; priv., Co C, 87th Reg. Kitch, John M., of Marion; Priv., Co H, 97th Reg.; MO 6-9-65 Kite, Frank, of Sims Twnshp. (no info. in State CW records) Kittle, Alfred, of Center Twp; Priv., Unassigned in 32nd Reg. Substitute Kline, Henry J.; 9th Cav. (121st Reg.). Buried Jefferson Cem., Grant Co., IN Text from History of Blackford County - Henry Josiah Kline was born September 3, 1847 in Blackford County, In. and died December 16, 1931 in Upland, Grant County, In. He married Melinda Evelyn Ward June 1, 1872 in Blackford County, In. daughter of William Ward and Tabitha Holton. He was a tile manufacturer, farmer, soldier and teacher. It states he was born on the family farm where he lived when this was written on section 32. He was taken to Burlington, Iowa when he was six until he was 13 when he returned to Delaware County, In. He enlisted in the civil war in Delaware County, In. in Company G, Ninth Indiana Cavalry. His regiment was assigned to the Army of the Cumberland and was taken prisoner at Sulphur Branch Trestle, Alabama. He was a prisoner for six months in the Cahaba and Selma, Alabama prisons. They were paroled and sent on the steamship Sultana which was sunk losing the lives of 1500 men. Henry was one of the few survivors. For more on Henry Kline see the History of Blackford County.
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Klingler, Jacob, of Marion; Priv., Co H, 97th Reg.; MO 6-9-65 Knapp, George W. of Jalapa; served 2 tours, one in Co K, 34th Reg. Knapp, James; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Knapp, Sylvester, of Jalapa; Served 2 tours, one in Co K, 34th Reg Knight, G.A., of Selma; Priv., Co D, 84th Reg.; MO 6-14-65. Buried Olive Branch Cem., Grant, Co., IN Knight, Ira J.; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) IN Inf.; MO 8-28-65. Served two tours. Knight, John L.; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Knight, Menoah; Musician, Co C, 89th Reg.; MO 7-19-65 Knight, Samuel, of Marion; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg.; trans to VRC on 7-1-63. Died at home 1-27-87. Knight, William H.; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; deserted at Savannah, 6-10-65: assigned to Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Knote, William F.; Sergt., Co H, 101st Reg.; MO 6-24-65. 1842-1916. Buried Thrailkill Cem., Grant Co. IN Kosier, John J., of Harrisburg; Priv., Co G, 25th Reg. Died 4-8-64 at Indianapolis, while in service. * Koon, Calvin A., res. Indianapolis, 21st IN Vol. Co., "L"--artillery NOTE: The 21st Indiana Infantry became the 1st Indiana Heavy Artillery in 1863 born 26 Sep 1836--family says Culpeper Co., VA, (but have not been able to verify). Died 22 Nov 1930, residence at time of death 1535 East Olive, Marion, IN buried Grant Memorial Park, Marion, Grant Co., IN in section C 2nd or 3rd wife was Mary Elizabeth Richards of Madison Co., IN Calvin was 29 years older than Mary Elizabeth. They had four children, the only one still living is Velma Marie (Koon) Carroll born 22 August 1902. Kuhn, George; Priv., Co I, 99th Reg.; MO 6-5-65. Buried Converse Cem., Grant Co., IN (may be from Howard Co.)

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Lacy, John P.; Priv., Co g, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Ladd, Boyd, of Mier; Priv., Co C, 151st Reg.: MO 9-19-65. Buried Converse Cem., Grant Co., IN. Ladd, William T., of Jonesboro; Corp, Co C, 140th Reg.; MO 7-11-65 LaFollette, Ebenezer C., of Simms Twp; Priv., Co F, 140th Reg. Lalesly (Lalesby), William F. M., of Van Buren; Priv., Co B, 153rd Reg. Lamm, William G., of Fairmount Township; Priv., 24th Batt. Lt. Art; MO 8-3-65. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 177. Lamme, Jonathan.; Priv., Co I, 34th Reg. Died at New Orleans, 1-1-65 Lanchaster, E.H.; Priv., Co A, 127th Reg.; tranns to Co C, 137th; MO 9-21-64. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Landis, Isaiah, of Sims Twnshp.; Priv., Co F, 8th Reg. Disch 2-19-63. Lane, Peter Z., of Independence; Priv., Co K, 130th Reg. Disch 11-12-64 Lang, Richard; Priv., Co C, 12th (3yr) Reg.; trans. to 59th Reg Lang, William; age 89 of Marion Names found in an article printed in the Leader-Tribune Sunday 5-26-1935 HONOR CIVIL WAR VETERANS Lions Club plans program Monday for surviving Union Soldiers, 21 living in county etc. NOTE: Article may be found on microfilm in Marion Public Library. No info available from the State Civil War Archives or unable to determine which one he was. Lay, Columbus F., of Trask; Priv. Co A, 8th Reg,; MO 9-4-64 Lay, William D.; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg. Killed at Yellow Bayou, La. 5-18-64 Lawrence, Hiram L.; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; MO 8-28-65. Served two tours. Lawshe, Amos H., of Somerset; Capt., Co K, 34th Reg.; resigned 2-3-62 Layton, William, of Liberty Twp; Priv., Unassigned in 32nd Reg. Leach, Abner, of Fairmount Township; Musician, Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg., MO 8-6-61: 2nd tour served as Priv. Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg. Discharged 4-10-63 w/disability. Died in Marion IN 1903. Buried IOOF Cem.,Marion IN Leach, Marshall; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg. Leavell, Robert H.; Priv., Co G, 8th Cav. (39th Reg). Disch. w/disability 5-21-62. Enlisted in Tipton Co., IN Leazenby, Jesse; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; MO 8-28-65. Served two tours. Leazenby, Joseph; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Lee, Enoch M.; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; MO 12-8-63 Lee, Isaac R.; Co B, 101st Reg. b. 1844, d. 1920. Buried Thrailkill Cem., Grant Co., IN Lee, John M.; Priv., Co D, 54th Reg.; MO 12-8-63 Lee, Stephen, of Marion; Priv., Co B, 23rd Reg. Leer, David W., of Point Isabell; Priv., Co H, 101st. Reg.; MO 6-24-65 Leese, Alphin; Priv., Co a, 131st Reg. (13th Cav.) * Leisure, Nathan J., of Green Twp.; Co H, 52nd Reg. MI in 1861. Discharged Honorably due to illness after 1 year of service, 9th month of 1862. He regained his health and re- enlisted in Co M, 9th Calvery, in which he earned the rank of 2nd Lieut. He suffered a wound in his right leg during the 2nd tour of duty but it didn't break any bones so he continued on until the end. MO 9-20-65. Born in Rush Co., IN, 2-18-41, son of George W. and Lucinda (Myers) Leisure, the 7th child of 14 children. He moved to Grant Co., IN two weeks after discharge in 1865 on land in Green Twp., Grant Co., he had acquired during the war. He prospered over the years owning about 2,000 acres of land in various counties of Indiana. He was a farmer, raised livestock, and held stock in banks in Fairmount, Swayzee and Elwood. he also had stock in a tile mill in Curtisville, IN. Served as township trustee of Green Twp., 2 terms around 1870, and was active in politics. He married Miss Sarah J. Moore of Rush Co. They had 10 children of whom 6 survivied childhood; George W. (farmed in Tipton Co.), Benjamin F. (farmed in Madison Co.), Joseph O. (farmer in Green Twp.), Bert H. (farmed in Tipton Co.), Gertrude A. (wife of John A. Peterson), and Orange E. who lives at home with his father at the time of the writing. Sarah J. his wife, died 7-21-95 and in 1898 he married again. (Picture in Whitson Hx. of Gr. Co. pg. 1312). Feb. 18, 1841 - Apr. 20, 1894 buried in Knox Cemetery Sec. G * Leming, Charles; Priv., Co D, 54th Reg.; MO 12--8-63 Leming, Gabriel, of Mier; Corpl., Co K, 34th Reg.; Prom. to Corpl.; MO 2--3-66. Served two tours. Buried Thrailkill Cem., Grant Co., IN Lemons, Lewis; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; MO 12-8-63 Lenfesty, Edward S.; Corpl., Co I, 12th. (1yr) Reg.: 2nd tour served as 2nd. Lt.; Co C, 12th (3yr) Reg.; prom. to 1st. Lt, then to Capt.; MO 2-16-64 Lenfesty, Joseph F.; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Lenfesty, Robert F.; Served two tours, 2nd as Hospital Steward, Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66. Lenfesty, William L.; Priv. Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Lenhart, Joseph, of Marion; Corpl., Co H, 97th Reg. Died at Scottsboro, Ala. 2-20-64. Buried at Chattanooga, TN Nat'l Cem. plot P Lenon, John, of Jalapa; Priv., Co K, 34th Reg.; MO 9-21-64 Lennox, Albert J.; Priv. Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66. b. 1846, d. 1905. Buried Quaker Sec. IOOF Cem. Marion IN Lenox, Edwin; Priv., Co C, 12th (3yr) Reg. Killed at Richmond, Ky. 8-30-62 Lennox, Dr. Frank; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Leonard, John, of Jonesboro; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg. Died at New Madrid, Mo., 4-5-62 Leverton, Andrew (Andy), of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co C, 10th Reg. Killed at Chickamauga Lewellyn, Josephus; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66 Lewis, David; Priv; Co H, 130th Reg.; MO 8-23-65. Buried Converse Cem. Grant Co., IN (may be from Howard Co.) Lewis, John A., of Monroe Twp; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg. Lewis, John S. D., of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co H, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62. b. 4-1-43, s. David, Jr., and Nancy (George), m. Hannah E. McCoy 3-9-70, d. 4-7-09. Buried Back Creek Cem., Fairmount IN Lewis, Lemuel W. H., of Marion; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; MO 6-14-65 Lewis, Nimrod; Wagoner, Co F, 34th Reg. Disch 1-30-62 w/disability Lewis, Washington; of Pleasant Twp. Listed in Whitson's History as a Civil War Veteran, but no info available from the State Civil War Archives or unable to determine which one he was. NOTE: May be Lemuel listed above. Light, George; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg. Died at Young's Point, LA, in Feb. 1863. Lightfoot, Christopher C.; Priv., Co B, 118th Reg.;MO 3-11-64. 2nd tour served Priv., Co K, 58th Reg.; MO, 7/25/65. b.1844, d.1916. Buried Knox Chapel Cem., Grant Co. IN. Lightfoot, Eli B., of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co G, 26th Reg. Disch. 1-1-62 w/disability. Lillard, Lewis C., of Sims Twnshp; Priv., Co I, 34th Reg.; MO 1-29-66 Lillard, Thomas J., of Sims Twnshp; Priv., Co K, 34th Reg.; MO 1-23-66 * Lillibridge, John; Priv. Co F, 113th OHIO Inf. Moved to Fairmount Township; Died 2-6-93 (62Y5M1D). Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 218 Linder, Jacob G.; 2nd Cav. (41st Reg.); MO 1-9-65. Was POW on 7-30-64 in Newmen, GA. Died at home. Linder, James H., of Liberty; Priv., Unassigned in 32nd Reg. Linder, John W., of Trask; Priv., Co C, 84th Reg. Disch. w/wounds 3-1-64 Linder, William B., of Independence; Priv., Co K, 130th Reg. Disch. 9-5-65 Line, Joseph B.; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; deserted 5-13-65 Line, Joseph W., of Areana; Saddler, Co M, 5th Cav.( 90th Reg.); MO 5-26-65 Line, William J., of Marion; Priv., Co K, 34th Reg.; MO 1-31-66 Line, William W.; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 (may be 2nd tour for Wm. J. Line above) Little, Alexander, of Fairmount Township; Priv., MI 1861 Co H, 12th (1yr) Reg.: Served 8 months. 2nd tour served as Priv., (3yrs.) Co B, 7th Cav.; MO 2-18-66. Born in 1839 and brought to Grant Co. when he was 14 yrs. old. Disch. at Austin, Tx. (Whitson' history) Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 336. (no marker) Little, Azel, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co H, 12th (1yr) Reg.; 24th Bat.; MO 5-19-62. b. 1841, s. Nathan and Nancy (Rush), d. 4-6-67. Buried Back Creek Cem., Fairmount IN Little, David S.; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; died at New Madrid, Mo., 5-29-62 Little, Joseph D.; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg.; MO 7-19-65. b. 2-25-35, s. Nathan and Nancy (Rush), m. Millie P. brooks 1-16-69, recorded Friends Minister 4-17-73, mbr Back Creek (North Grove PM), d 4--7-1909. Buried Back Creek Cem., Fairmount IN Little, Thomas, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co H, 84th Reg.: 2nd tour served as Priv. Co B, 7th Cav. (119th Reg.); MO 2-18-66. b. 12-9-42, s. John, Jr. and Rachel (Modlin), m. Susannah Foust 1-26-67, d. 1-29-1905. Buried Back Creek Cem., Fairmount IN Little, William, of Marion; Priv., Co K, 40th Reg.; MO 6-15-65 Littler, Joel C.; Sergt., Co H, 12th (1yr)Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Lloyd, Lewis; 5th Cav. (90th Reg). Died at home in 1879. Lloyd, William H; 138th Reg. Died at home 3-14-65. Lock, Lewis O.; 57th Reg.; died in Indianapolis May 1863 while in service. Lockridge, David; Priv., Co A, 139th Reg.; MO 9-29-64 Lockridge, James, of Mier; Priv., Co K, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66 Loer, W. H.; Co H, 101st Reg. Buried Normal Cem., Grant Co. IN LOMAX, MRS. SARAH, of Marion, died doing hospital duty during war Lomax, William, MD, of Marion; Major of 12th (1yr) Reg.; served as surgeon of the 12th until end of war; MO 6-8-65. b. 3-15-1813, d. 4-27-1893. Buried IOOF Cem., Marion IN Long, James M.; Priv., Co I, 58th Reg. Buried Hog Creek/Ballinger Cem., Grant Co. IN Long, Oliver M., of Sims Twnshp.; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62. Buried Thrailkill Cem., Grant Co., IN Longaker, James; Served 2nd tour as Musician, Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; MO 8-28-65 Longfellow, W. B.; Priv., Co A, 54rd Reg. Buried Atkinson Cem., Grant Co., IN Longon, William; Sergt., Co K, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Looker, W.H.; Priv., Co F, 39th Reg. Buried Hog Creek/Ballinger Cem., Grant Co., IN Loomis, Charles H.; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65. Loring, Edward W., of Jalapa; 2nd. Lt., Co K, 34th Reg.; prom. to capt.; resigned 1-3-63 Loring, Hudson; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Loudenberger, John; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; MO 8-28-65 Louis, John S, of Jefferson Twp; Priv., Unassigned in 32nd Reg. Substitute Louy, Henry, of Liberty Twp; Priv., Unassigned in 50th Reg. Love, Byran, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co D, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66. b.1840, d. 1917. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 317. Love, Irwin; Co G, 153rd Reg. b. 9-28-11840, d. 5-11-1899. Buried IOOF Cem., Marion IN Love, William L., of Center Twp; Priv., Unassigned, 23rd Reg. Love, William R.; Priv., Co F, 34th. Reg.; MO 1-15-66. Died at home, age 68. Buried Quaker Sec. IOOF Cem., Marion IN Loveland, Augustus B.; Co A, 25th Reg. Died 1-17-1902 (75Y28D). Buried Thrailkill Cem., Grant Co., IN * Lowder, Nathan; From the State Civil War Archives we find Nathan Lowder Res. Huntington, Indiana MI 6-19-1861, Co F, 13th Ind. Inf. Re-enlisted 12-15-1863 MO 6-22-1865 Intra regimental Co. Transfers from Co F to Co C Lowelly, Joseph, of Green Twp. Priv., Co F, 34th Reg. Lower, David, of Marion; Priv., Co H, 97th Reg.; died at East Point, Ga. 10-1-64 Lowry, Samuel; Priv., Co H, 12th.(1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Loyd, William H.; Priv., Co A, 139th Reg.; MO 9-29-64 Lucas, Albert, of Jonesboro; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg., trans to V.R.C. 11-1-63. b. 9-25-44, d. 1-12-1937. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Lucas, Daniel C.; Co B, 33rd Reg.; MO 6-22-65. b. 3-31-27, d. 7-24-1905. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Lucas, Jefferson; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62; recruited as Priv., Co F, 34th Reg. Died at De Crow's Point, Tex. 1-24-64 Lucas, John; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg.; died at Vicksburg, Miss. 4-21-64 Lucas, Martin; Priv., Co I, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Lucas, Samuel S.; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg., prom to Corpl.; MO 7-19-65. b. 4-25-33, d. 7-23-79. Died at home in 1870. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Lucas, Theophilus F., of Joneboro; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg.; MO 6-24-65. Buried Converse Cem. Grant Co Luce, Benjamin J.; Priv., Co H, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Ludlow, William, of Harrisburg; Priv., Co D, 147th Reg.; MO 8-4-65. Lugar, Jacob C., of Pleasant Twp.; Priv., Co K, 34th Reg.; MO 1-30-66 Lugar, Jonas; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Lugar, Joseph; Priv., Co I, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62: 2nd tour served as 2nd Lt. in Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; MO 12--8-63: 3rd tour served as 1st Lt, prom to Cap. in Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Whitson's Centennial History of Grant County 1814 - 1914 Joseph Lugar b. Oct. 16, 1840 in Grant County to Joseph Lugar and Mary Wilson. Enlisted in May 1861, Co. I, 12 th Ind. Inf. as Private. His 1st service was in Virginia and he fought at Manassas and in the battle of Winchester and did considerable campaigning in the Shendoah Valley. He was raised to the rank of Lieut. for personal bravery in battle and in 1863 was made 2nd Lieut. of Co. D of the 34th Ind. Reg. He served his enlisted term out with that regiment, and in early 1865 returned to Grant County and raised Co. D of the 153rd Ind. Vol. Of this company he was made Capt. and led his company until the close of the war. In his later service he was in the armies of the west, and for 44 days participated in the siege of Vicksburg. After the surrender of that river citadel he was sent to New Orleans and was in many skirmishes and on much arduous duty during the rest of the war. He was finally returned to Indianapolis, and there received his honorable discharge. Lugar, Robert; of Monroe Twp. Listed in Whitson's History as a Civil War Veteran, but no info available from the State Civil War Archives or unable to determine which one he was. Lugar, William G.; Priv., Co I, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62. 2nd tour served as Priv., Co K, 58th Reg. b. 1839 d. 1917. Buried McKinney/Lugar Cem., Grant Co., IN Lynch, Andrew W.; Co K, 11th Reg. Buried Thrailkill Cem., Grant Co., IN Lyon, Henry R.; Corpl., CoH, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Lyon, John F.; Co.__, 32nd Reg. b. 1836, d.1916. Buried Shiloh Cem., Grant Co., IN Lyon, John F, of Liberty Twp; Priv., Co B, 23rd Reg. Lytle, Albert, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co C, 89th Reg. (1 of 6 Lytle Bros.) Lytle, Andrew, of Fairmount; Wagoner, Co K, 130th Reg.; died at Decatur, Ga. 9-20-64 Lytle, Bird; of Fairmount Twp. Listed in Whitson's History as a Civil War Veteran, but no info available from the State Civil War Archives or unable to determine which one he was. Lytle, Enoch, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co H, 12th Reg. (1 of 6 Lytle Bros.) Lytle, Henry, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co H, 8th Reg. (1 of 6 Lytle Bros.) Lytle, John, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg. Killed at Cedar Creek Virginia Oct. 19, 1864. Served two tours. (1 of 6 Lytle Bros.) * Lytle, Luke; Priv. Co. F, 11th Ind. Inf. From the State Civil War Archives we find Luke Lytle Residence Tipton, IN; Enlisted on 4/25/1861 as a Private. On 4/25/1861 he mustered into "F" Co. IN 11th Inf. He was Mustered Out on 8/4/1861 at Indianapolis, IN This man was most likely a Grant County resident and only enlisted at Tipton. Lytle, Miles; of Fairmount Twp. Listed in Whitson's History as a Civil War Veteran, but no info available from the State Civil War Archives or unable to determine which one he was. Lytle, Newton, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg. (1 of 6 Lytle Bros.); MO 9-4-64 Lytle, Stanford; Corpl., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; died in St. Louis 2-25-62 Lytle, Stanton, of Fairmount Township; Co C. 89th Reg. (1 of 6 Lytle Bros.) Lytle, Thomas; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg. (no muster out date) Lytle, Thomas; Priv., Co C, trans to Co F, 7th Cav. (119th Reg.); MO 2-18-66. (probably 2nd tour for Thomas Lytle above) Lytle, Wesley, of Fairmount; Corpl., Co K, 130th Reg.; MO 12-2-65

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McCarty, Patrick, of Jonesboro; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg.; MO 6-24-65 McCaskey, Harvey, of Independence; Priv., prom to Corpl., Co K, 130th Reg.; MO 12-2-65 McCaskey, Lewis H., of Independence; Priv., Co C, 82nd Reg.; disch. 12-1-62 McCaskey, Robert H.; Priv., Co E, 118th Reg. Buried Sec. J, Knox Chapel Cem., Grant Co., IN McCaskey, William F. of Independence; Sergt., Co C, 82nd Reg. Killed at Chickamauga, Tenn. 9-30-63 McChesney, Thomas, of Fairmount; Priv., Co I, 29th Reg.; MO 9-27-64. McClain, Samuel; (no info. in State CW records). Died in service to his country 10-6-1864 (37Y5M8D) at Chattanooga, Tenn. Buried IOOF Cem., Marion IN McClure, Samuel; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; MO 12-8-63 McCombs, William N. of Fairmount; Corpl. Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66. Buried Sec. C., Knox Chapel Cem., Grant Co., IN. Served two tours. McCormick, Jacob S.; Lt., Co I, 46th Reg. Buried, Converse Cem., Grant Co. IN. May be from Howard Co. McCormick, William H.; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg.; MO 7-19-65. Buried New Harmony Cem., Grant Co. IN McCoy, Allen, of Jonesboro; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; deserted 2-14-62 McCoy, Caleb, of Fairmount; Priv. Co K, 130th Reg.; MO 12-2-65 McCoy, Jacob, of Fairmount Township; Co D, 33rd Reg.; MO 8-4-65. b. 4-6-20, m. Caroline Cottrell, d. 2-22-75. Buried Back Creek Cem., Fairmount IN McCoy, William H., of Jefferson Twp.; Drafted 2-26-64 for 2nd tour into 32nd Reg. Unassigned. Died age 52. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 251 (no marker) McCreery, John W., Sr.; Priv., Co G, 9th Cav. (121st Reg.) b.1842, d. 1926. Buried IOOF Cem., Matthews IN McDermot, Emanuel J.; Priv., Co H, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 McDowell, William F.; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 McFall, Columbus R.; Priv., Co H, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-1-9-62 McFarland, Edward; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg. Died at Otterville, Mo. 12-23-61. Burial in Center Grove Cem., Wabash Co., IN Plot 17Y3M3D McGee, James, of Jalapa; Priv., 12th Batt., Lt. Artillary; MO 7-7-65 McGovern, Patris; Priv., Co H, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 McGuire, Alvah L.; Priv, Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 McGuire, Oliver; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 McIlhenny, Gilbert; 34th Reg.; Died at home Oct. 1883 (___may be same as James G. below?__) McIlheney, James G.; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66. Also served in Mexican War. Buried IOOF Cem., Marion IN McKee, Alexander, of Marion; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg.; trans to V.R.C 11-1-63 McKeever, John; Priv, Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 McKinney, Patterson; Corpl., 19th Reg. b.1843, d. 1915. Buried, Converse Cem. Grant Co., IN McKinster, John; Priv., Co D, 139th Reg.; MO 9-29-64. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN McLain, Robert J., of Monroe Twp; Priv., Co A, 47th Reg. McLain, Samuel; Priv., Co C, 12th (3yr) Reg. Died at Chattanooga, Tenn 1-26-64 Plot B 569, Chattanooga, Nat'l Cem., Chattanooga, TN * McMasters, J.C.; Priv. N.CAROLINA CoA 4 Reg. b. 11-14-35, d. 6-28-1926. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 197. McMenamin, Rodman; age 92 of Marion listed as a veteran who died in the past year in the following article Names found in an article printed in the Leader-Tribune Sunday 5-26-1935 HONOR CIVIL WAR VETERANS Lions Club plans program Monday for surviving Union Soldiers, 21 living in county etc. NOTE: Article may be found on microfilm in Marion Public Library. No info available from the State Civil War Archives or unable to determine which one he was. Buried at Grant Memorial Park Cemetery.
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* McNabney, William J; Priv. Co A, 18th OHIO Inf. Moved to Fairmount Township. McNeal, Jehu, of Mier; Priv., Co K, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66 McNeal, John. served 2 tours, one as Priv., Co K, 34th Reg. McQuiston, William; Co E, 1st Batt, Lt. Art. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN. Macey, John C., of Jonesboro; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66 Maddox, Joseph W., of Jonesboro; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66. died 8/28/1891 aged 53y.4m.9d. Buried Jefferson Cem. Grant Co IN. Served two tours. Maddox, Walter J.; Priv., Co K, 17th Reg. Buried McKinney/Lugar Cem., Grant Co. IN. Maffitt, William N.; Corpl. Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.; MO 8-6-61 Magee, James, of Richland Twp; Priv., 12th Batt., Lt. Art. Maggard, Sanford D.; Musician, Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; Disch 3-26-63 w/disability: re-enlist. as Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 8-29-65 Mahoney, Joseph, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co F, 147th Reg.; MO 6-10-65. b. 1844, d.1903. Buried,Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 598. Enlisted at Yorktown, IN. Main, William H.; Co E, 118th Reg. Born 12--8-43. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 113 Malcom, Isaac, of Jonesboro; Served two tours. Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; Served 2nd tour with Co E, 34th Reg. MO 2-3-66 Malcom, Mahlon, of Jonesboro; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; Trans. to V.R.C. 5-31-64 - wounds Malcom, Morgan V.; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Malcom, Robert; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 9-21-64 Malcom, William, of Center Twp; Priv., Unassigned in 32nd Reg. Malott, Andrew J.; Priv., Co H, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Malott, Augustus F.; Priv., Co I, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Malott, Decatur W.; Priv., Co H, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Malott, Francis W.; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.: 2nd tour served as Corpl.; Co C, 12th (3yr) Reg.; MO as priv. 6-8-65 Malott, Ira; Priv., Co f, 16th Reg. Buried Converse Cem., Grant Co., IN Malott, Jacob; Priv., Co C, 12th (3yr) Reg.; MO 6-8-65 Malott, James; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Malott, Reasis A.; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Malott, Richard A., of Marion; Priv. Co D, 5th Cav.(90th Reg.) Died 4-27-65 on the steamer Sultana Malott, Robert; 14th Batt. Lt. Art. b. 1847, d. 1932. Buried Thrailkill Cem., Grant Co., IN Malott, Simon H.; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg. b. 1845. Buried Converse Cem., Grant Co. IN Malott, Thomas, of Mier; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg.; MO 6-24-65 Mann, Andrew; Priv., Co E, 101st Reg. Died of measles during war. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City IN Son of Andrew Jackson Mann. Mann, Andrew Jackson; Priv., Co E, 101st Reg. (father of John and Andrew, F-in-law of Andrew Rhodes). His 2 sons and son-in law died in war and he later raised his 2 grandchildren of his widowed daughter Sarah and Andrew Rhodes when she re-married.. Buried Park Cemetery,Fairmount IN in Soldiers Circle. Mann, Isom; Is the Brother of Andrew Jackson Mann. Born in North Carolina 1840. m. Tamer Jane (Furnish), they had 6 children; Elizabeth, Ann, Mary F., James Andrew, Louis, and John William. He died 8-11-62 and he and his wife are buried in Harmony Cemetery near Matthews. Mann, John; Priv., Co E, 101st. Reg. Died of measles at Munfordville, Ky. 12-4-62. Son of Andrew Jackson Mann. Mann, John of Van Buren; Priv., Co A, 131st Reg. Mann, Thomas, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co F, 139th Reg.; MO 9-29-64 . Thomas Mann and his wife Nancy were reunited at Sparta WIS after a seperation of 63 years. They married in Fairmount in 1863 and lost track of each other after Mann enlisted and went to war. Believing each other dead, each re-married. They were brought together accidentally through pension bureau; their mates having died, they resumed married life. Buried at Corey Cem. in Grant Co., Ind. NOTE: I have another record of Thomas B. Mann - residence Boxleytown, Ind. (possibly Hamilton Co., Ind.) enlisted on 12/19/1861 as Private in Co. H 57th Infantry IN He was discharged for disability in 1862. Possibly same Thomas Mann? Mann, William H.; Priv., Co H, 12th Reg.-1yr; MO 5-19-62 Mannering, Ezekiel C.; Priv., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.; MO 8-6-61 Manning, John H., of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co G, 34th Reg. b. 1836, d. 1910. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot682 Maple, Elijah, of Slash; Corpl., Co I, 99th Reg. b. 2-1-34, d. 5-7-1929. Buried, Converse Cem., Grant Co., IN Maple, John, of Slash; Priv., Co H, 101st. Reg. Aug. 6, 1836 - Nov. 17, 1906 Possibly 2 enlistments 2nd one is Co. I 99th Ind Inf. Buried in Converse Cem. Sec. C Maple, Meridith, of Sims Twnshp. (from news clip. No info in State CW records) Maple, Solomon; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg. Re-enlisted 1-1-64. Took sick, Savannah Ga. 5-4-65 no further information. Mappin, Joseph; Co I, 18th Reg. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN. Marine, D. O., Priv.,Co. C, 87th Reg. Buried Converse Cem., Grant Co., IN. Marine, Daniel; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg. Buried, Jefferson Cem., Grant Co., IN. Mark/Marks Marks, Commodore P., of Jalapa; Priv., Co B, 26th Reg. Mark, Harvey S.; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66 Mark, Jacob; Priv., Co A, 5th Cav. (90th Reg.) Reg. Disch. 12-13-64. Died at Bourbon, Ind. Mark, John H., of Marion; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg. Died at home 4-27-63 Mark, Wesley, of Sims Twnshp.(from news clip. No info. in State CW records on him) Marlin, William; Priv., Co A, 68th Reg.: trans. to Co F.. Buried IOOF Cem., Marion IN. enlisted at Peppertown, IN Marmon, Zachariah; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; unaccounted for Maroney,, James, of Marion; Priv., Co F, 51st Reg.; MO 12-14-64 Marrow, Thomas A.; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; died 5-4-63 Marry, William; Priv., Co I, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Mars, Silas; of Pleasant Twp. Listed in Whitson's History as a Civil War Veteran, but no info available from the State Civil War Archives or unable to determine which one he was. Mars, Uriah, of Mier; Priv., Co K, 34th Reg.; disch. 7-17-63 w/disability Marse, Willis A.; Priv., Co M, 5th Cav., 90th Reg.; MO 9-15-65 Marsh, Ezra M., of Marion; Priv., Co K, 40th Reg.; MO 6-15-65 Marsh, Jesse A.; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Marsh, John; Priv., Co I, 138th Reg. Buried Fletcher Chapel Cem., Grant Co, IN. Marsh, Joseph I; 69th Reg. Died at home 2-27-87 Marshall, Eli B.; Priv., Co A, 139th Reg.; MO 9-29-64 Marshall, Joseph F.; Co C, 23rd Reg. b. 1843, d.1906. Buried Thrailkill Cem., Grant Co., IN. Marshall, Levi, res. Slash; Priv., Co H, 101st Infantry MI 8-21-1862. Died at Chattanooga, TN and is buried at Chattanooga Nat'l Cemetery Sec. D grave 12286. Marshall, Linus, of Jonesboro; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; Served two tours. MO 2-3-66 Marshall, Milton, of Jonesboro; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66. b. 1844, d. 1939. Buried Jefferson Cem. Grant Co., IN. Served two tours.
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Marshall, W. S.; Capt., Co G, 46th Reg. Buried IOOF Cem., Marion IN Marsman, Obediah S. B., of Mier; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg.; MO 6-24-65 * Martin, Carroll; 1st WEST VIRGINIA Inf. Buried Jefferson Cem., Grant Co., IN Martin, Charles, of Sims Twnshp.; Priv., Co B, 118th Reg.; MO 3-1-64 Martin, George, of Sims Twnshp.; Priv., Co F, 89th Reg.; MO 7-10-62. 2nd tour, 26th Reg.: MO 1-15-66 Martin, Jacob; Priv., 89th Reg., unassigned. Died during war on 10-24-64. Buried Back Creek Cem., Fairmount IN. b. 4-22-37, m. Catherine Hobbs 5-30-57 Martin, Lewellin; of Pleasant Twp. Listed in Whitson's History as a Civil War Veteran, but no info available from the State Civil War Archives or unable to determine which one he was. Martin, Miles; (No info. in State CW records). Buried Back Creek Cem., Fairmount IN Mason, C.D.; age 90 of Marion Names found in an article printed in the Leader-Tribune Sunday 5-26-1935 HONOR CIVIL WAR VETERANS Lions Club plans program Monday for surviving Union Soldiers, 21 living in county etc. NOTE: Article may be found on microfilm in Marion Public Library. No info available from the State Civil War Archives or unable to determine which one he was. * Mason, Elisha; Priv., Co F6, WEST VIRGINIA Reg. b. 3-11-44, d. 5-7-1918. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 105 Mason, Fredrick, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co G, 140th Reg. Mason, Michael; Priv., Co C, 12th Reg. Disch. w/disability. Died at home 1880. MASON, MICHAEL- enlisted 7-27-62 as priv., Co C, 12th Reg. Medical discharge 11-29-62. b. 10-15-1827 in Wayne Co. IN. m. Anna Coleman 10-11-49. Moved to Roseburg in 1858. They had 9 children; Daniel Wesley, Mary Elizabeth, John Coleman, James Monroe, Mahala Catherine, William Ellsworth, Samantha Florence, Anna Ida, and George. After his medical discharge he returned home to resume farming but health continued to decline and he died in 10-18-1880. Massey, F.J.; Priv., Co I, 142nd Reg. Buried, Converse Cem., Grant Co., IN. Massey, Lewis, of Jalapa; Priv., 12th Batt., Lt. Artillary, MO 5-27-65 Masters, George W.; Priv., 9th Reg. Buried Converse Cem., Grant Co., IN. (may be from Howard Co.) * Masters, James J.; 22nd KENTUCKY. Buried Converse Cem., Grant Co., IN Mather, Alonzo J.; Sergt., Co I, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Mather, Charles D. (or F.); 1st Sergt., Co C, 12th (3yr) Reg.; Prom. to 2nd. Lt., then to 1st Lt.; MO 2-16-64. b. 1833, d. 1907. Buried Quaker Sec. IOOF Cem., Marion IN From Whitson's history we have the following information: Charles D. Mather, born in Muncie, Ind. Feb. 24, 1833, came to Marion when he was a boy of 19 yrs. Died 16 Dec. 1907. Enlisted in Aug. 1862, 12th Reg. Ind. Vol. and was in service until Oct. 1864, when he was discharged. He became 1st Lieut. in Co. C and was later advanced to acting Captain. Mather, John T.; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Mather, William W.; Sergt., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg., prom. 2nd Lt.; resigned 2-8-64 Mauller, William; Sergt., Co H, 101st Reg. Buried Thrailkill Cem., Grant Co., IN. Additional Information: (gathered from pension records) MAULLER,WILLIAM; Vol. for 3 years at Slash on 8-21-62 Priv, prom to Serg, Co H, 101st Reg. POW-captured at Louisville GA on 11-30-64. Paroled 2-27-65. MO 6-24-65. m. Mary M Thomas 4-18-66. Maxwell, Simon; Wagoner, Co H, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62; 2nd tour served as Priv., Co I, 101st Reg., trans to 58th Reg.; MO 7-7-65. Mayers, Jacob W. H.; Priv., Co C, trans to Co F, 7th Cav. (119th Reg.) May, Caleb, Marion; Co. A 25th Indiana Infantry Caleb was born Apr 15, 1835 in Allegheny co, PA and died in Howard Lake, Minn Oct 18, 1918. Mays, Jacob. Served 2 tours, one as Priv., Co F, 34th Reg. Means, Thomas, of Simms Twp; Priv., Co K, 17th Reg. Mechel, Henry; Sergt., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg. Died at Indianapolis Meek, James R.; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg.; MO 7-19-65 Meek, John A., of Jonesboro; Asst. Surgeon, Co D of 89th. Reg; resigned 3-1-63: re-commissioned on 3-2-62, then resigned again 8-13-64. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN
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Meek, Perry S.; Priv., Co H, 8th Reg. (3yr); MO 9-4-64. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Meek, Richard; Co C, 89th Reg.; trans to 26th Reg.; MO 7-10-65 Meek, William; Priv., Co A, 139th Reg.; MO 9-29-64 Meisse, William; Priv., Co C, 12th (3yr)Reg. Died 9-20-62 of wounds received at Richmond Ky. Melick, David R.; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Melick, Thomas; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg. Died at St. Louis on 7-13-63 of wounds received at Vicksburg Mellinger, Chris; age 89 of Marion Names found in an article printed in the Leader-Tribune Sunday 5-26-1935 HONOR CIVIL WAR VETERANS Lions Club plans program Monday for surviving Union Soldiers, 21 living in county etc. NOTE: Article may be found on microfilm in Marion Public Library. No info available from the State Civil War Archives or unable to determine which one he was. Meloy, Daniel, of Van Buren; Priv., Co B, 152nd Reg.; MO 8-30-65 Mendenhall, James P; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; MO 8-28-65 Mendenhall, John, of Marion;Priv., Co F, 34th Reg. Died at Milliken's Bend, La., July 20, 1863. Buried Vicksburg MS Nat'l. Cem. Plot B 2693. Mesler, Thomas N.; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; MO 8-28-65 Micheal, John; Priv., Co H, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Middleton, Calvin; 12th Reg. Died at Louisville, Ky Middleton, John; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65. Died at home 1871. Miers, Jonas,; Priv., Co C, trans to Co F, 7th Cav. (119th Reg.) Miles, John W., of Marion; 2nd Lt., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Miles, William, of Pleasant Twp; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg. Milholland, Thomas, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co. B, 52nd Reg.; MO 1-31-65 Miller, Abraham; Priv. Co C, 12th Reg. Buried Converse Cem., Grant Co, IN Miller, Abraham J.; Co C, 30th Reg. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN. Miller, Andrew J., of Van Buren; Priv., Co A, 131st Reg * Miller, Anthony M., Co D, 1st OHIO Inf. Buried Jefferson Cem., Grant Co., IN Miller, George, of Jalapa; Priv., Co K, 101st Reg.; MO 6-24-65; Re-enlisted as Corpl., Co K, 34th. Reg.; MO 2-3-66 Miller, George W.; Served two tours. 2nd tour as Corpl., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; MO 8-28-65. Buried Maple Grove/Overman/Raypholtz Cem., Grant Co., IN Miller, Henry, of Sims Twnshp. (name from news. clip. several Henry Millers in CW registry) Miller, Hezekiah, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co F,trans to Co D, 139th Reg.; MO 9-29-64 Miller, Isaiah; Priv., Co K, 54th (1yr) Reg.; unaccounted for Miller, James; Priv., Co K, 130th Reg. Died at home in Independence, Ind. 1-29-64 while in service. Miller, Jesse, Priv., Co L, 8th Cav. (39th Reg.). b. 11-10-45, d. 10-11-1918. Buried Fairview/Hix/Bradford Cem., Grant Co., IN Miller, John; Priv. res. Jalapa, Co K, 34th Reg.; Enlisted 10-10-1861. Disch. 7-22-63 w/disability. Miller, John, res, Jalapa; Priv., Co K, 34th Reg.; died at New Orleans on 4-26-64 Buried at Chalmette Nat'l Cemetery, Chalmette, La. Sec. 68 grave 5431 NOTE: seems to be a discrepancy in dates. One says he died 4-26-64 and another source says 9-29-1864. Miller, John H.; Corpl., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; Served two tours. MO 8-28-65 Miller, John L; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Miller, John S.; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62. 2nd tour served Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; Died of wounds at Baltimore 11-27-1864 (27Y7M19D). Buried there in Loudon Park Nat'l. Cem. P 679 It appears that he is now buried in Mississinewa Quaker Cec. of I.O.O.F. Cem. in Marion next to his wife Mahala Miller-Harmon. Or this was put on the stone in memory of him. Miller, John W., of Point Isabell; Priv., Co H, 101st. Reg.; MO 6-24-65 Miller, Levi H.; Priv., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.; re-enlist. Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; MO 8-28-65 Miller, Mannassas, of Marion; Priv., Co H, 97th Reg. Died at Mound City, Ill. 8-5-63 in service. Miller, Mathew; Priv., Co H, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62: 2nd tour served as Priv., Co G, 153rd; MO 9-4-65 Miller, Polk, of Sims Twnshp (from news clip. No info in State CW records on him) Miller, Reuben R.; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; MO 9-4-64 Miller, Samuel; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; died 3-10-63 Miller, Vinton, of Sims Twnshp; Priv. Co C, 12th Reg. (3yr); appt. Corpl.; MO 6-8-65; recruited as Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 2--3-66 Miller, William; Co A, 101st Reg. Buried Thrailkill Cem., Grant Co., IN Miller, William H., of Sims Twnshp; Priv., Co A, 139th Reg.; MO 9-29-64 Mills, Barney; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; Disch. 11-16-63 w/disability Mills, Barney, Priv., Co D, 139th Reg.; MO 9-29-64 (probably same as above B.Mills) Mills, Elias M.; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg. Disch. 11-16-63 w/disability Mills, Jonathan; Priv., Co C, 12th (3yr) Reg. Disch. 2-3-63 - wounds Mills, William; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Millspaugh, William, Priv., co H, 37th Reg. b. 3-16-40, d. 3-5-1903. Buried IOOF Cem., Matthews IN * Minor, John (Otis M.), of Upland; Served in 69th NY Inf. and 81st NY Inf. Irish Brigage. He was born in Quebec, Canada and was in the Canadian Militia before coming to New York in 1861. After the war he resided in Henry and then Grant County, Ind. where he died on 10 Mar. 1878 near Upland.
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Minton, Joseph, of Fairmount; Corpl., Co C, 140th Reg.; MO 7-11-65 Mitchell, George; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Mitchner(Michener), Adam; 118th Reg. Died at Cumberland Gap, Ky 1864 Mittank, George; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg. Killed at Pleasant Hill, LA, 4-9-64. Mittank, John, of Liberty; Priv., Unassigned in 32nd Reg. Mittank, Michael, of Fairmount Township; Priv. unassigned, 32nd Reg. b. 1833, d. 1920. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 331 Modlin, Alfred; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg.; MO 7-19-65 Modlin, George, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co C, 89th Reg.; MO 7-19-65 Modlin, Nathan P., of Franklin Twp.; Priv., Co K, 23rd Reg. Substitute. Modlin, William H., of Marion; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg. Died in Louisville, Ky. 12-30-62 Moffett, Tunis; Priv., Co K, 34th Reg.; MO 1-17-64 * Monahan, James, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co K, 33rd NEW JERSEY Inf. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. (1836-1907) Monday, Anthony, of Sims Twnshp; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg., trans to V.R.C. on 7-1-63 Monday, Silas, of Sims Twnshp.(from news. clip. No info. in State CW records) Monroe, Samuel, of Liberty Twp; Priv., Unassigned in 32nd Reg. Monroe, Thomas D.; Corpl., Co F, 52nd Reg. Disch. w/disability 6-8-63. Died at home 1882. Enlisted at Brooksville. Montgomery, John C., of Fairmount; Priv. Co E, 101st Reg. (Died 11-27-63 - bro. of Solomon) Montgomery, Martin V. Born 3-26-41 in Guernsey Co. Ohio. Moved w/his parents to Gr. county in 1854. Enlisted in Co. H., 16th Reg., later consolidated with Co. D of 16th Reg. At battle of Murnfordsville, he was taken prisoner, and confined for 17 days, later taking part in operations on the Mississippi and was again captured by the Conf. at New Iberia, La., where he was held 3 months before receiving his exchange. At close of war, returned home and married Miss Martha J. Taylor. She died and he moved to Michigan in 1873 and married Mary E. Camper. he never had children of his own. While a resident of Big Rapids, Mich. he met with an accident which cost him an arm. He returned to Grant County, In. and pursued farming on the soldier's Home pike, about 5 miles SE of Marion. Died 10-24-1913. Buried Pucket Cem. Grant Co., IN
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Montgomery, Solomon, of Fairmount; Priv, Co E, 101st Reg.; (bro of John C.) died 2-22-63 at Murfeesboro, Tenn. Montgomery, Thomas M.; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg.; MO 7-19-65 Thomas M. Montgomery, born Oct.23, 1844, Vinton Co., Ohio, the son of James and Jane (Smith) Montgomery and the brother of Martin V. Montgomery. While a resident of Grant County, he enlisted as a private on August 30, 1862 in Company C, 89th Regiment Indiana Infantry. He was mustered out on July 19, 1865 in Mobile, Alabama. Thomas died Jan. 30, 1933 American Civil War Soldiers; Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Indiana, 1865-66; Ancestry.com Moon, Caleb, of Fairmount Township; Sergt., Co K, 130th Reg.; MO 12-2-65. 1845-1931. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 717. Moon, Ezra W.; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg; MO 9-4-65 Moon, John D. Resident of Monroe Twp., Grant Co., Ind. Buried in Atkinson Cem. - Grant Co., Ind. * Moon, Lewis; Priv. Co C, 79th OHIO Inf; Captain, Co G, 118 KENTUCKY Inf. Moved to Fairmount Township Moon, Thomas; Priv., Co D, 139th Reg.; MO 9-29-64 Moon, William B., of Marion; served 2 tours, one in Co F., 47th Reg Moore, Absolom; of Fairmount Twp. Listed in Whitson's History as a Civil War Veteran, but no info available from the State Civil War Archives or unable to determine which one he was. Moore, Archibald; Priv., Co I, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Moore, Benjamin, of Sims Twnshp; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Moore, Columbus W.; 1st Sergt., Co D, 34th Reg. Resigned 10-3-62 Moore, Francis M.; Corpl., Co I, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Moore, Issac E.; Corpl., Co C, 89th Reg.; MO as Sergt. 7-19-65 Moore, James A.; Priv. Co F, 34th Reg.; disch. 5-29-62 w/disability; in 1864, re-enlisted as Priv. in Co K, 130th Reg.; MO 7-17-65. Buried Hog Creek/Ballinger (or Jefferson) Cem., Grant Co., IN Moore, Jesse; Co D. 34th Reg. Buried Union Chapel-Beekman Cem., Grant Co., IN died Feb. 9, 1863 aged 37y.8m.13d. buried in Union Chapel/Beekman Cem. Moore, John C., Corpl., Co I, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Moore, Joseph A., of Fairmount; Priv., Co K, 130th Reg. Moore, William; Priv., Co H, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Moore, Zachariah; of Fairmount Twp. Listed in Whitson's History as a Civil War Veteran, but no info available from the State Civil War Archives or unable to determine which one he was. Morehead, Alexander, of Marion; Priv., 12th Batt., Lt. Artillary; MO 7-7-65 Morehead, Silas G., of Jalapa; Priv., Co A, 74th Reg.; MO 6-8-65 Morehead, William, of Marion; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg., trans to 58th Reg.; MO 7-25-65 Morgan, George F.; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg.; died at Indianapolis Morine, Daniel, of Jonesboro; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg.; MO 6-24-65 Moorman, Elijah; Priv., Co H, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62. Died in Illinois in 1880. Moorman, Stephen, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co K, 130th Reg.; died in New York harbor 5-25-65 Moorman, Zachariah; Whitson's Centennial History of Grant County 1814 - 1914 pg. 865 Zachariah Moorman, married, living in Jewel Co., Kansas in 1914. He was a gallant soldier during the Civil War and in one engagement within five minutes time was shot in six different places, and never afterwards has been in good health. Zachariah also had a brother serve in the Civil War. His name was Stephen and he died while serving. Both sons of Lewis and Sarah (Thomas) Moorman. * Morman, Madison; Co A, 61st OHIO Inf. Buried Jefferson Cem., Grant Co., IN
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Morris, J.W.; Priv., Co B 89th Reg. Buried Howe/Pucket Cem. Grant Co., IN Morris, Joshua; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Morris, Miles, of Marion; Priv., 12th Batt., Lt. Artillary; MO 7-7-65 Morris, Silas, of Mier; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg.; MO 6-21-65 Morrow, James; Priv., 17th Batt. Lt. Art. MO 7-8-65 Mossholder, George, of Fairmount; Priv., Co I, 29th Reg. Died 1-1-63 of wounds received at Stone River, TN Mossholder, William; Priv., Co.A, 7th. Cav. (119th Reg.); Buried Converse Cem., Grant Co., IN Mossman. Obadiah; of Sims Twp. Listed in Whitson's History as a Civil War Veteran, but no info available from the State Civil War Archives or unable to determine which one he was. Mote, Alfred; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg.; MO 7-19-65 Motler, Cyrus; Priv., Co C, 12th (3yr) Reg.; MO 6-8-65 Mott, Albert P., of Fairmount Township; Corpl. Co H, 12th(1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Mounts, Samuel; Priv., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.; MO 8-6-61 Mowrer, Daniel C.; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; died at New Iberia, La. 11-3-63 Mowrer, Oliver N.; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Buried in Burson/Pulley Cem. b. 1843 d. 1919 Moyer, Charles; Priv. Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg., MO 8-6-61 Moyar, John F., of Marion; Priv., Co H, 97th Reg.; MO 6-9-65 Mullins, James; Musician, Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66. Buried Thrailkill Cem., Grant Co., IN. Served two tours. Mullins (Mullens), William; Prif., Co F, 34th Reg. Murmitt (Murmert), Freshby, of Independence; Priv., Co D, 41st Reg. Murmitt, John D., of Independence; Priv., Co K, 130th Reg.; MO 12-2-65 Murphy, James; ( No info. found in State CW records). Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Murphy, John V.; Priv., Co H, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Murphy, Moses J.; Co C, 151st Reg. b. 1837, d. 1911. Buried Thrailkill Cem., Grant Co.,IN Murphy, Peter S.; Co L, 7th IN Cav.(119th Reg). b. 12-11-44, d. 10-23-1924. Buried Tinkel Cem., Grant Co., IN Murphy, Thomas; of Pleasant Twp. Listed in Whitson's History as a Civil War Veteran, but no info available from the State Civil War Archives or unable to determine which one he was. Murray, Abraham, of Mier; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg.; MO 12-5-62 Murray. Isaac; of Sims Twp. Priv., unassigned, 138th Reg. enlisted in Miami Co., Ind. MO at Indianapolis, Ind. 9-30-1864. Listed in Whitson's History as a Civil War Veteran. Murray, William; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Myers, Braff, of Sims Twnshp.;(name fro news clip. No info in State CW records.) Myers, Jacob, of Jonesboro; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg. Died at Chattanooga, Tenn. 12-20-63 Myers, John B.; Co D, 147th Reg. b. 10-25-47, d. 6-25-1932. Buried Thrailkill Cem. Grant Co., IN Myers, Jonah; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; trans 7-19-62 to; Co A, 76th Reg.; MO 8-20-62 Myers, Perry; Priv., Co F, 145th Reg. Deserted 2-16-65. b. 3-8-47, d. 7-9-1904. Buried Fairmount Park Cem., Lot 664. Myers, Thomas, of Jonesboro; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg.; MO 6-24-65

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Neal, Clinton M.; Priv., Co I, 153rd Reg.; MO 5-25-65 Neal, William; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Needler, David M., Priv., Co C, 84th Reg. b. 7-24-32, d. 7-30-98. Buried IOOF Cem., Matthews IN Needler, George W., of Trask; Priv. Co A, 8th (3 yr) Reg., MO 8-28-65 On 9/5/1861 he mustered into "A" Co. He Re-enlisted on 1/1/1864 He was Mustered Out on 8/28/1865 at Savannah, GA Buried- Wesley Chapel Cemetery, Scott county,IN. Nelson, Griffith; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg.; MO 7-19-65 Nelson, Henry; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg. Died at Cairo, Ill. 10-2-64 Nelson, Jesse H., Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62: 2nd tour, served as Priv., Co D, 139th. Reg.; MO 9-29-64: 3rd tour served as Sergt., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Nelson, Joel R.; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg.; deserted 12-30-62 Nelson, Lemurel R.; Priv. Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg. Deserted while on furlough 2-28-62 Nelson, Martin; Priv., Co M, 5th Cav., 90th Reg.; disch 12-19-62 Nelson, Noah; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-1-9-62 Nelson, Thomas; Corpl., Co K, 130th Reg.; MO 12-2-65 Nelson, Winburn; Priv., Co M, 5th Cav., 90th Reg., trans to V.R.C. Nesbitt, Darius; born 10-5-38 in Adams Co., Ohio (twin brother of Cyrus). Moved w/parents at age 18 to Green Twp. in Grant Co. Enlisted Co H, 101st Reg. and got an Honorable discharge 9-7-64 from illness and disability. Drew a pension from service. Farmer, married Miss Mary A. John of Wayne Co., IN of which 7 children were born; Alva A., B.F. Nesbitt, Edith, John L., twins - Edgar D. and Elmer C., and Verlin S. Darius was largest stockholder in 1st National Bank of Swayzee. Newby, John; of Fairmount Twp. Listed in Whitson's History as a Civil War Veteran, but no info available from the State Civil War Archives or unable to determine which one he was. Newby, William; Corpl., Co C, 89th Reg. Killed at Pleasant Hill, La. 4-9-64 Newhouse, Allen C., 2nd Lt., Co K, 130th Reg.; MO 2-4-65 Newkirk, John E., of Simms Twp; Priv., 2nd Batt., Lt. Art. * Newman, John N., Co E, 89th OHIO Reg. Buried at Converse Cem., Grant Co., IN Newman, Joseph H., of Marion; Priv., Co C, 40th Reg.; MO 12-21-65 Newport, Charles; (no info. found in State CW records). b. 3-2-48, d. 9-14-1932. Buried Jefferson Cem., Grant Co.IN Nice, Joseph C, of Marion,; Priv., Co H, 97th Reg. Died at Vicksburg, Miss. 10-2-63 Nicholas, William H; Priv., Co D, 139th Reg.; MO 9-29-64. Re-enlisted; Priv., Co K, 153rd. Died at Russellville, Ky. 3-19-65 Nichols, Henry, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co F, 139th Reg.; Also in Co G, of 18th Reg. Nicholson, Daniel, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co G, 69th Reg. Disch. w/disability 2-19-63. Buried Riverside Gas City, IN Nicholson, James; of Swayzee died 5-17-1907 at 74 years. He was raised in Bartholomew Co. IN where he joined the 6th and 33rd IN Regs. He married twice and was survived by 3 daughters; Lizzie Pickett, Rhoda Elliott, and Miss Myrtle Nickelson Nickum, David B., of Washington Twp; Priv., Co B, 23rd Reg. Sub. for Sam Pulley Nicodemus, Isaac, Corpl., 57th Ind. Inf. enlisted 3-7-1864 and MO Nov. 1865. Isaac Nicodemus died October 28, 1936 at his home in Jonesboro : cause of death, myocarditis : physician, Dr. J. A, Ritchey of Marion : services at the residence, Saturday October 31st at 10:00 A. M. : clergy, A. E. House of Jonesboro : order given by Mrs. Adams : born, January 9, 1845 : enlisted, March 7,1864 : discharged, November 1865 : Corporal, 57th Indiana Infantry : father, Isaac Nicodemus born in Pennsylvania : mother ? Ginn born in PA : survivors, daughter, Myra Williams of Jonesboro : daughter-in-law, Mrs. Milton Nicodemus of Indianapolis : interment, Riverside in Gas City : cost $268.79 : (death record info; male, white, widowed; age, 91 years, 9 months and 19 days; occupation, Insurance Agent; born in Indiana; informant, Myra Williams; contributing to death, senility) His only son, Horace Milton Nicodemus, died May 4, 1936 at Indianapolis, cause of death, cerebral hemorrhage : interment, Riverside in Gas City. Nipp, William; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg. Discharged 7-25-61 w/disability Nixon, Milton; Corpl., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Noble, Jewett M.; Priv., Co M, 5th Cav., 90th Reg.; MO 9-15-65 Noe, Staman; Priv., Co B, 153rd Reg. Died at Saratoga, KY. Enlisted in Huntington IN. Norton, Alfred; Co A, 137th. Reg. b. 3-27-45, d. 4-15-1904. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Norton, Arthur Franklin, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co C, 118th Reg.: 2nd term served as Priv. Co D, 33rd Reg.(1 of 4 Norton bro); MO 7-21-65 Norton, George C.; Co H, 8th (3mo) Reg.; 2nd tour served ,12th Reg.; MO 6-8-65. Died at home 7-13-87. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Norton, George W., of Fairmount Township; Served two tours, as Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg. (1 of 4 Norton bro); MO 8-28-65 Norton, Harry, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co H, 8th Reg. (1 of 4 Norton bro). Norton, Henry, Priv. Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.: 2nd term served asSerg., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg. died 12-7-64 in rebel prison at Salsbury, North Carolina Norton, James, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co D, 33rd Reg. (1 of 4 Norton bro); MO 2-15-65 Nottingham, John C., of Marion; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; appt. Sergt. Disch. 5-17-65 w/disabilities. Served two tours. Nottingham, Owen P.; Corpl., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; MO 12-8-63

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O'Banion, William M., of Independence; Sergt., Co K, 130th Reg.; disch. 6-9-65 Oatess/Otis, George A.; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 (Found last name spelled both ways. Buried in Mississinewa Quaker Sec. of I.O.O.F Cem. Odam, William; Priv., Co C, 12th (3yr) Reg.: MO 6-8-65 * Odell, Henry Clay; Priv. Co K, 35th OHIO Inf. Moved to Fairmount Township. b. 8-1-42, d. 6-30-1916. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 488. Olinger, David, of Sims Twnshp.; Priv., Co H, 26th Reg.; MO 9-6-65 Married Catharine S. Brown Oct. 18, 1860 near Mier, Grant Co., In. He moved around a lot, living in Howard Co., Miami Co., Grant Co., and possibly Tippecanoe Co. at one time. He had 3 children, all girls, Sarah Elizabeth, Maud Ann and Evaline. Evaline died as a baby and was buried in the Converse Cem., that was partially moved to a Quaker Cem. in Miami Co. and the rest was moved to the newer Converse I.O.O.F in Grant County. David was born 6 Mar 1836 and died 9 May 1920 in Greentown, Ind. We believe he is buried beside his wife in Thraillkill Cem. in Sims Twp. Grant Co., Ind., however have found no records to confirm this. Olinger, George, of Sims Twnshp.; Priv., Co F, 150th Reg.; MO 8-5-65 Buried in the Pence Cem., Grant Co., Ind. Oliver, Edmund G.; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; trans. to Co D; MO 10-11-65. Died 3-11-65. Buried Howe/PuckettCem., Grant County IN Oliver, Edmond; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg. Disch 1-2-63, wounds. Died Feb, 1885. OLIVER, EDMUND- in 54th, was shot in ankle and discharged with his wound. b. 4-9-1840, son of William and Louvinia (Nelson) Oliver, m. Elizabeth Dorcus Lugar 4-16-61, they had 6 children: John William, Jacob Edward, Louvinia Rosetta, Lydia Dorcus, Anna and Mae. died 1-18-1924. He is buried at Walnut Creek Cemetery in Gas City with his wife. Oliver, Harrison H,; Priv., Co M, 5th Cav., 90th Reg. Died in Andersonville prison 7-2-1864. Grave no. 2778. Cause of death Diarrhea. Under remarks it lists the following; 6-15-1864 [1] H.H. Oliver [2] [3]. I don't know what that means. Also under title Ref. it says p 10 [3]. No further information available. Oliver, John; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg; MO 12-8-63 * Oppy, Henry; Priv., Res. Dearborn Co., Ind. Co C, 7th Cav. (119th Reg.). Disch 5-1-65 From the State Civil War Archives we find Henry Oppy, a soldier residing in Grant County after the war that was imprisoned at Andersonville. Residence Dearborn County, IN; Enlisted on 9/2/1863 as a Private. On 9/2/1863 he mustered into "C" Co. IN 7th Cavalry. He was discharged on 5/1/1865 Oren, Henry, of Jonesboro; Priv., Co M, 5th Cav., 90th Reg.; Served two tours. MO 9-15-65 Orsborn, Issac; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Orsborn, Samuel; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Osborn, Alveron, of Slash; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg. On 8-21-62 he mustered into "H" Co. and was transferred by Intra Regimental Transfer to "I" Co. Died at Munfordville, KY on 12-27-62 Plot 3301 Cave Hill Nat'l Cem., Louisville, KY Osborn, John; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; MO 9-4-64 Osborn, Theophilus, of Marion; Co F, 46th Reg. Served two tours. Buried Quaker Sec. IOOF Cem., Marion IN Osenbaugh, Jacob; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg.; disch 11-28-62 Osenbaugh, James; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg.; MO 7-19-65 Overholtz, Eli, of Marion; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg.; MO 6-24-65. Buried Thrailkill Cem., Grant Co., IN Overholtz, Levi, of Marion; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg. Killed at Vaught's Hill, Tenn. 3-20-63 (24Y11M8D). Buried IOOF Cem., Marion IN Overley, Isaac; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Overman, Amos D., of Jefferson Twp.; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg.; trans to 26th Reg.; MO 7-10-65 Overman, B.J.; Co F, 9th Reg. Buried Quaker Sec. IOOF Cem., Marion IN Overman, Calvin J.; Priv. Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg. Died 6-5-61 at Indianapolis Hospital Overman, Curtis, of Jonesboro; Priv., Co E, 83rd Reg.; MO 6-2-65 Overman, Eli H., of Marion; Priv., Co A, 75th Reg.; MO 6-8-65 Overman, John Q.; Corpl., Co C, trans to Co F, 7th Cav. (119th Reg.); MO 2-18-66 Overman, Milton; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Overman, William, of Marion; Priv., Co A, 75th Reg.; MO 6-8-65 Owen, Adam K.; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; MO 12-8-63. Re-enlisted in 34th. Died in Kansas 12-23-85 Owen, James I.; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Owings, Charles C.; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg. Died at Vicksburg, Miss. 1841 to 5-24-64. Buried Shiloh Cem., Grant Co., IN Owings, Isaiah; of Pleasant Twp., Priv., Co. A, 25th Reg.; MO 6-4-1865 Listed in Whitson's History as a Civil War Veteran,

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Page, Lewis M., of Liberty Twp; Priv., Unassigned in 19th Reg. Painter, Jasper E.; Priv., Co F, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Palmer, Allen, of Van Buren; Priv., Co B, 153rd Reg. Palmer, Ashford; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg. Died at Indianapolis 12-3-62 Palmer, David E., of Van Buren; Priv., Co A, 131st Reg. Parker, Andrew S.; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; MO 12-8-63. Re-enlisted as Priv., 17th Batt. Lt. Artillary. MO 7-8-65. Parker, Issac, of Sims Twnshp.; Priv., Co I, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Parker, J. H., of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co G, 153rd Reg.: 2nd tour served as Priv. Co K, 16th United States Inf. Parker, James G.; Priv., Co M, 5th Cav.( 90th Reg.); MO 6-16-65 From the Prisoner Profile of Andersonville we find that James G. Parker had been a prisoner there, but was exchanged 4-1-1865. The profile also states he was a Sgt. in the 5th Cavalry of Indiana. Parker, John C., of Mier; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg.; MO 6-24-65 Parker, Joseph; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65. 1848-1919. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 219 Parker, Stephen W.; Priv., Co I, 153rd Reg. Deserted then trans. to Co K, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Parry, James M., of Marion; Priv., Unassigned in 32nd Reg. Parsons, Harper, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co I, 147th Reg.; MO 8-4-65. b. 1843, d. 1918. Buried Riverside Cem.,Gas City, IN Pate, George W., of Jonesoro; Priv, Co K, 65th Reg. Died at Louisville, Ky. 1-28-65. Buried Cave Hill Nat'l Cem., Louisville, KY, plot 2906 Patterson, David H., of Jadden; Sergt., Co M, 5th Cav. (90th Reg); MO 5-20-65 Patterson, Jesse; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg.; MO 7-19-65 Patterson, John M.; Priv., Co I, 36th Reg. Re-enlisted as Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66. Buried Jefferson Cem., Grant Co., IN Patterson, William; Priv., Co C, 7th Cav. (119th Reg.); MO 11-10-65 Pavy, Benjamin S.; served 2 tours, one in Co K, 34th Reg. Payne, Bailey S., of Fairmount Township; Priv, Co K, 130th Reg.; MO 7-20-65. b. 1845, d.1917, Buried Fairmount Park Cem, Lot 582 * Payne, David L.; Priv. Co F,10th KANSAS Inf.; Co. G, 8th Regiment Western Vol. Inf.; Captain, Co D, 18th KANSAS Cav. Moved to Fairmount Township. PAYNE, DAVID LEWIS- born 12-30-1836. d. 11-28-82, son of William and Celia Lewis Payne. In 1859, went west with brother Jack and settled in Brown County, Kansas. Capt. Payne took part in the border-ruffian war in 1859-60 in Kansas and Missouri. In 1861, upon outbreak of the Civil War, he enlisted in the 7th Kansas Cavalry. After the war he served 4 more years with the command of Gen. George Custer and fought the fierce Comanche Indians through Kansas and Colorado. Shortley before leaving the military, Gen. Custer offered him a pay increase if he would accompany the 7th Cavalry against the Souix in Montana. David refused and returned to Wichita Kansas where he met Rachel Anna Haines, who became his common-inlaw wife (a common practice of that day) and they had one son George. In 1865 Capt. Payne was elected to Kansas State Legislature. In 1881 conceived the idea to start agitation for opening of Oklahoma Territory to settlement. While orgainzing the 4th invasion of the Oklahoma Territory, he died suddenly of a heart attack 11-28-84. Less than 5 years later the territory was opened. 110 years later, his family was finally able to move his body to Stillwater Oklahoma in Payne County (named for him) and a monument was dedicated. Payne, Ephraim L., of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co H, 12th (1yr) Reg.: 2nd tour served as Sergt., Co K, 130th Reg.(1 of 3 Payne Bro.); MO 12-2-65 as 1st. Sergt. Buried McCormick/Frankboner Cem., Grant Co., IN * Payne, Evander M.; Co L, 4th KENTUCKY Cav. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 207. Payne, James J., of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co C, 140th Reg. (1 of 3 Payne bro.); MO 7-11-65. b. 1-13-47 d. 11-26-1903. Buried Fairmount Park Cem., Lot 655 Payne, John M.; Priv., Co C, 89th. Reg. Died at St. Louis, Mo. 9-28-63 Payne, Lewis, of Fairmount Township; Wagoner, Co C, 89th Reg. Disch. 4-23-63 Payne, Thomas, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co G, 140th Reg. (1 of 3 Payne Bro.). Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 389, (no marker) Payne, Wesley, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co H, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62. Pearson, Isaiah, of Marion; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg. Died at St. Louis 11-15-62 Pearson, Samuel, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co K, 118th Reg.; MO 3-3-64. (1843-1914). Buried Fairmount Park Cem., Lot 469 Peele, James M.; Priv., Co A, 9th Reg. b. 7-27-40, d. 3-20-1908. Buried Jefferson Cem., Grant Co., IN Peele, Willis J.; Priv., Co H, 140th Reg. Buried Jefferson Cem., Grant Co., IN Pemberton, Cyrus I., Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; MO 9-4-64 Cyrus Pemberton - coached the Hackleman football Team in 1898. He was said to have made and sold the worlds first ice cream cone in his drugstore in 1903. (From Making of a Township, see, T1) Pence, Andrew J. of Mier; Priv., Co H, 101st. Reg. Shot in arm at Chicamauga disch. 3-15-65 Pence, Solomon; Priv., Co A, 5th Cav., 90th Reg. Disch. 9-9-63 Perry, James M.; (no info. in State CW records). Buried Converse Cem. Sec. J, Grant Co., IN tombstone says he was in 32nd In. Inf. Perry, John, of Point Isabell; Priv., Co H, 101st. Reg.; disch. 2-8-63 Perry, Rufus, of Marion; Priv., Co F, 51st Reg., trans to V.R.C. 1-14-64 Perry, William H.; Priv., Co M, 5th Cav., 90th Reg. Deserted 8-18-64 Personette, Thomas; (no info. in State CW records). Killed at Richmond Virg. 8-30-63 Peters, Caleb W., of Sims Twnshp.; Co H, 101st Reg.; MO 6-24-65. Buried Thrailkill Cem., Grant Co.,IN Peters, James, of Sims Twnshp.;Priv., Co H, 101st Reg. Peters, William H., of Sims Twnshp.; 57th Reg. Died May 1883 in Indianapolis Peterson, George W. Sergt., Co F, 28th U.S.C.T. Buried Weaver Cem., Grant Co., IN
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Peterson, John W., of Jalapa; Priv. (substitute), Co E, 25th Reg.; MO 6-4-65. Buried Maple Grove/Overman/Raypholtz Cem., Grant Co., IN Pett(a)y, James F.; Priv., Co F, 57th Reg. MI 12-18-1861. Disch. w/disability 11-25-62. Res. listed as New Burlington, Delaware Co., IN (Perhaps this is a mistake and he just enlisted from this point. Death dates are varied; 3/15/1862 and 3/27/1862 and Mar. 1863. Died Nashville, Tenn., buried in the Nashville Nat'l Cem. Plot A 3987. Anyone with accurate info. on this soldier can contact one of us with it. Petty, William B., of Marion; Priv., Co I, 59th Reg.; MO 7-17-65 Phillips, George; Co H, 83rd Reg. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Phillips, James, of Fairmount Township; Priv, Co A, 120th Reg.; MO 1-8-66. b.1847, d.1922. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 377. Phipps, David M., of Jonesboro; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg.; MO 6-24-65 Pickard, Alexander, of Fairmount Township; Priv, Co K, 16th Reg.; MO 6-30-65. Paroled Prisoner. b. 1832, m. Mary Bird, d. 6-5-85. Buried Back Creek Cemetery, Fairmount IN * Pierce, John E.; 8th OHIO Lt. Art.; Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN * Pierse, Allen; Co D, 48th OHIO Inf.; Buried Oak Chapel Cem., Grant co., IN Pilcher, Frank O.; Priv., Co M, 5th Cav., 90th Reg.; MO 9-15-65 Pilling, Richard P.; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg. Pine, George M.; Co F, 72nd Reg. Buried IOOF Cem., Marion IN Pinkerton, William B.; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; MO 12-8-63 Pixler/Van Pixler Pixler, Joseph; Priv. Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Pixler, Thomas V.; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Van Pixler, Thomas; Priv., Co I, 12th Reg.; MO 5-19-62. Buried Van Pixler Cem., Grant Co., IN Same as Thomas Pixler listed above. Plank, William W.; Priv., Co F, 101st. Reg.; MO 6-24-65 Plow, Jacob M., of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co B, 130th Reg.; MO 12-2-65. b. 11-27-39, d. 4-13-1928. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 647. Enlisted in Summitville, IN. Poff, Peter P., of Fairmount; Priv., Co D, 20th Reg. Wounded 5-12-64. Confined as a deserter; served time. Poffenberger, David, of Jalapa; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66 as Corpl. Served two tours. Poffenbarger, John; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Poffenberger, Richard, of Jalapa; Priv., Co K, 34th Reg.; disch. 10-20-62 w/disability. Evidently recuperated and served another tour of duty with in Co. D, 153rd Reg. on 2-10-65. Pollock, John T., of Harrisburg; Priv., Co A, 124th Reg.; MO 8-31-65 Polter, Martin V., of Marion; Priv., Co H, 23rd Reg. Pool(e), Ephraim, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co F, trans to Co D, 139th Reg.; MO 9-29-64 Pool, Levi; Priv., Co H, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Porter, James T.; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Porter, Ruben; Priv., Co I, 153rd Reg; MO 9-4-65. Died at home . Porter, William H., of Marion; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; MO 12-8-63. Re-enlisted as Priv., Co K, 40th Reg.; MO 10-20-65 Potter, Henry, of Grant County; Priv., Co. B, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Henry Potter born 1835 in Buffalo, NY, moved to Grant Co., Indiana before 1850 with his father Earl Potter. He enlisted in the Union Army on Feb. 6, 1865 at Wabash, Indiana for one year. The enlistment was credited to the 11th District, Monroe Twp., Grant Co. He was a Private in Company B, 153rd Regiment Indiana Volunteer Infantry. He mustered out at Louisville, Kentucky on Sept. 4, 1865. After the war he lived in Grant Co., Indiana for several years, later moving to Atlantic, Cass Co., Iowa and then Faulk Co, South Dakota. He died at Devoe, Faulk Co., South Dakota Nov. 24, 1889. National Archives, Civil War Service Records of Henry Potter, 153rd Indiana National Archives, Civil War Pension Record of Henry Potter Cert.# 178,092 National Archives, Civil War Pension Record of Margaret M. Potter Culp Cert.# 703564 Civil War Pension Index, Ancestry.com, Henry Potter and Margaret M. Potter, widow. Potter, Martin V., of Grant County; Priv., Co. H, 23rd Reg.; MO 8-22-65 Martin V. Potter was born 1836, Erie Co., NY, moved to Grant Co., Indiana before 1850 with his father Earl Potter. He enlisted in the Union Army as a private on Sep. 21, 1864, in Company H, 23rd Regiment Indiana Volunteer Infantry. He was mustered out Aug. 22, 1865. After the war he lived in Grant Co. Indiana, moving to Atlantic, Cass Co., Iowa in 1875. From Iowa he moved to Faulk Co, South Dakota where he died May 18, 1904. Civil War Pension Index, Ancestry.com, Martin V. Potter and Sarah J. Potter, widow American Civil War Soldiers, Ancestry.com, Martin V. Potter Powell, Jacob; Priv., Co H, 118th Reg. Died Cumberland Gap, Ky. in 1864. Powell, John; Priv., Co C, 12th (3yr) Reg.; MO 6-8-65: 2nd tour served as Priv., Co K, 130th Reg.; died in Georgia 7-19-64 Powel(l), Lewis A.; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 6-9-65 Powell, Richard M., of Independence; Priv., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg., MO 8-6-61: 2nd tour served as Priv. in Co I, 34th Reg.; Disch. 9-23-63 w/disability Powell, Richard M.; Priv., Co M, 5th Cav., 90th Reg.; disch. 3-31-64 This may be same man as listed above. Powell, Walker; Priv., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg,; MO 8-6-61: 2nd tour served as Priv. in Co I, 34th Reg. Disch on 10-4-65 w/disability Powell, William M., of Fairmount Township; Corp, 39th (8th Cav.); disch. 8-12-63. w/disability. m. Elizabeth A.(?), d. prior to 9-21-86. Buried Back Creek Cem., Fairmount IN Power, J.H.; Co. B 83rd Ind. Inf. Buried at Olive Branch Cem. Grant Co., Ind. Powers, Anderson; Corp., Co E, 101st. Reg. Died at Chattanooga, Tenn. 6-16-64 of wounds. Buried Plot E 11265 Chattanooga Nat'l Cem., Chattanooga, TN Powers, Charles L.; Priv., Co E, 101st Reg.; MO 6-24-65 Powers, John; Priv. Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 10-11-64 Powers, Walker; Priv., Co F, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Powers, William; Priv., Co H, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Pratt, Seth; Priv., Co G, 73rd Reg.; MO 7-1-65. Died at home 9-16-1890 Price, Andrew P.; of Pleasant Twp., Priv. Co. A, 25th Reg.; MO 7-17-1865 Listed in Whitson's History as a Civil War Veteran. * Price, Daniel T.; age 87 of Marion, res. of America, Ind. at enlistment into 11th Cav. on 1-29-1864. MO 9-19-1865 at Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas. Names found in an article printed in the Leader-Tribune Sunday 5-26-1935 HONOR CIVIL WAR VETERANS Lions Club plans program Monday for surviving Union Soldiers, 21 living in county etc. NOTE: Article may be found on microfilm in Marion Public Library. Price, Isaac; Priv., Co I, 118th Reg.; MO 3-1-64. Died at home in 1869 Price, James E.; Co d, 34th Reg. b. 1842, d. 1914. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 227 Price, Riley; of Pleasant Twp. Listed in Whitson's History as a Civil War Veteran, but no info available from the State Civil War Archives or unable to determine which one he was. * Price, S.M.; Sergt., Co E, 33rd Reg. Ohio Inf. Buried Salem Cem., Grant co., IN Price, William; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg. Killed at Vicksburg, Miss. 5-22-63 Priest, George W., of Simms Twp.; Priv., Co F, 140th Reg. Substitute Priest, John W., of Simms Twp., Co F, 140th Reg. Substitute Prime, William, of Mier; Priv., Co K, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66 Pritchett, John; of Pleasant Twp. Listed in Whitson's History as a Civil War Veteran, but no info available from the State Civil War Archives or unable to determine which one he was. Pritchett, William; of Pleasant Twp. Listed in Whitson's History as a Civil War Veteran, but no info available from the State Civil War Archives or unable to determine which one he was. Proffitt, Wilburn; (no info found in State CW records). Buried Back Creek Cem., Fairmount IN Puckett, Samuel, of Fairmount Township; Priv., Co K, 1st Cav. (28th Reg ). Puckett, Thomas J.; Priv., Co F, 140th Reg.; MO 7-11-65. Died 7-7-89. Enlisted at Greensboro, N.C. Pulley, Adam; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 1-15-66. Buried Tinkel Cem., Grant Co., IN Pulley, George W.; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; unaccounted for Pulley, Henson; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; MO 12-8-63 Pulley, Reuben, of Van Buren; Priv., Co H, 23rd Reg. Pumel, Nelson; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Puterbough, William A.; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; MO 9-4-64 Pyatte, Jacob; Priv., Co A, 5th. Cav., 90th Reg.; MO 6-15-65

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Rader, Simeon W., of Trask; Priv. Co B, 84th Reg. Disch. 5-26-64. Buried Thrailkill Cem., Grant Co.,IN From Whitson's history we have the following information: Simeon W. Rader, born in Guernsey Co., Ohio, came to Grant Co. with his parents in 1843. Enlisted in Co B, 84th Ind. Inf., in 1862, to serve in the war against the Confederacy. He was a soldier of great bravery and true patriotism and in the battle of Chickamauga, on the 19 Sept. 1863, he was severely wounded. He was shot 3 times that day and was thus totally disabled for further active duty. He was consequently discharged in June, 1864. Raney, William, of Marion; Priv., Co C, 40th Reg. Missing in action; Franklin, TN 11-30-64. Rathburn, Samuel C.; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Ratliff, Moses; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg.; died at St. Louis MO on 10-17-64 Ray, Asbery. W., of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co D, 79th Reg.; MO 6-7-65. b.7-21-41, d. 4-23-96. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Ray, Burgess; Co K, 101st Reg. Buried Thrailkill Cem., Grant Co., IN Ray, William; Priv., Co H, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 * Rayburn, John; Co C 50th OHIO Inf. Buried Converse Cemetery Sec. A Raypholtz, Ephraim, of Jalapa; Priv., Co K, 34th Reg.; prom. to 1st Sergt.; MO 9-21-64 Raypholtz, John A.; Priv., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.; MO 8-6-61 Spelled as Reypoltz in records. Raypholtz, Lewis, of Jalapa; Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5/19/62 Served 2nd tour as Priv.(substitute), Co E, 25th Reg.; MO 7-17-65 Also spelled Rayphaltz Reasoner, Joseph; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Reed, David; Priv., Co D, 84th Reg. Buried IOOF Cem., Matthews IN Reed, Henry H.; Priv., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.; MO 8-6-61: 2nd tour served as Priv., Co M, 5th Cav., 90th Reg.; MO 9-15-65 Reed, Samuel S.; Priv., Co L, 9th Cav. (121st Reg). Buried IOOF Cem., Matthews IN. Reel, Hiram, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co F, 139th Reg. Rees, Evan, of Sims Twnshp.; Capt., Co H, 101st Reg. Resigned 1-27-63 Rees, John; Priv., Co C, 7th Cav. (119h Reg.); deserted 5-20-65 Reeve, Abraham; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; MO 8-28-65. Served two tours. Reeve, Benjamin C., of Fairmount; Wagoner, Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; died Feb., 1863 of disease in Vicksburg, LA (info from Mkg. of Twnsh) Reeve, Cephus; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; died at Keokuk, Iowa 10-21-62, age 19Y9M13D. Buried Bethel Cem., Grant Co., IN Reeve, Isaac B.; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; MO 12-8-63: 2nd tour served as Corpl., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Reeve, J. P.; Priv., Co G, 99th Reg. Buried Bethel Cem., Grant Co., IN Reeves, Joseph P., of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co C. 89th Reg.; MO 7-19-65. Died at home 1882. Ren(n)aker, Elias B.; Priv., Co C, 12th Reg. Buried Maple Grove/Overman/Raypholtz Cem., Grant Co., IN 1840 - 1926 Grave marker has name spelled with 2 n's Listed on same stone with his wife Abigail. Renaker, Hiram, Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Renaker, Jacob C., of Jalapa; Priv., Co K, 34th Reg.; trans. to V.R.C., wounds received at Port Gibson Renaker, James; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 (also spelled Rinnaker) Renbarger, George W.; of Pleasant Twp. Listed in Whitson's History as a Civil War Veteran, but no info available from the State Civil War Archives or unable to determine which one he was. Renbarger, James; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Renbarger, Wilson, of Jalapa; Priv., Co K, 34th Reg.; Prom to 1st Sergt.; MO 2-3-66. Served two tours. Revis, John; Priv., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.; MO 8-6-61 Rex, Lewis, Priv., Co K, 130th Reg. Died at home of wounds 9-10-64. Rhoads, Anderson, of Marion; Priv, Co F, 51st Reg. Deserted 6-15-65 Rhoads, Lewis, of Marion; Priv., Co F, 51st Reg., trans to V.R.C. 1-14-64 Rhodes, Andrew; Priv. Co G, 57th IN Inf. Was a shoemaker and at beginning of Civil War, closed his shoe shop and traveled to Kokomo to volunteer his services mustering in 11-18-61, going at once to the front. He was killed Dec. 31, 1862, at the Battle of Stone River, being the first man from Fairmount Township to lay down his life in defense of his country. His remains were buried in the Stone River Nat'l. Cemetery, Lot N-5460. He had married Miss Sarah Mann and fathered 2 children; John L. and Jennie (for unknown reason, children spelled name as Rhoades, may be due to fact that gr.father Mann, who raised them, was illiterate). In a letter written by his son in 1917, he wrote, "I was a small boy but remember quite well when the stage brought the letter to mother saying my father had been killed at the Battle of Stone River, on Dec. 31, 1862. He belonged at his death to Co G, 57th IN Volunteers. After father's death, mother sold the shop (which was located 1/2 block east of intersection of Washington and Main streets on south side). We have in our home a ...picture of him in his uniform." Andrew's wife Sarah (Mann) Rhodes had 2 brothers; John and Andrew Mann (from Gaston IN )who were in the Civil War. They contracted the measles while in service and died. Her father Andrew Jackson Mann (of Gaston) also served in the Union Army during the war.
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Rhodes, Joseph; of Monroe Twp., Priv. Co. C, 48th Reg. MO 7-15-1865 Listed in Whitson's History as a Civil War Veteran, Rich, Calvin; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg.; died at New Albany, Ind. 9-29-62 Richards, Abraham B., Priv., (no info found in State CW records). b.1836, d.1924. County records say Co. U.R. 32nd Reg. Drafted Sept. 21, 1864 Res. Jefferson Twp. Buried New Harmony Baptist Cem., Grant Co., IN Richards, Daniel, of Fairmount Township; Priv., unassigned, 32nd Reg., trans. to Co F, 100th, trans to 48th Reg.; MO 7-15-65. b.2-18-39, d.5-2-1909. Buried New Harmony Baptist Cem., Grant Co., IN Richards, John P.; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; MO 6-1-64 Richards, William; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg; deserted 7-27-65 Richardson, Britton, M., of Pleasant Twp.; Priv. Co I, 34th Reg.; Disch. 7-31-65 w/disability. Served two tours. Richardson, John P.; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; MO 6-14-65. Served two tours. Richardson Sr., Jonathan S.; Priv., Co E, 66th Reg. Buried IOOF Cem., Matthews IN Richmond, Webster; Priv., Co H, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Ricketts, Isaac; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Ridner, John W., of Liberty; Priv., Unassigned, 32nd Reg. Riffle, William; Priv., Co E, 13th Reg. Killed 7-11-61 at Rich Mountain W.V. Riley, David; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-66 Ring, Silas; Priv., Co A, 5th. Cav., 90th Reg. Killed in acton May, 1863 Ritter, Elias, of Jonesboro; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg.; Disch 12-2-63 Ritter, Manasseh; 101st Reg. Died at Covington, Ky., Nov. 1882 Rix, Lewis, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co K, 130th. Reg. Died of wounds 10-28-64 (age 31Y6M). Buried Bethel Cem., Grant Co IN Roberts, John, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co I, 117th Reg. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 211 Roberts, Richard; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; deserted 11-12-62 Roberts, Thomas B., of Jalapa; Served two tours, 2nd with Co K, 34 Reg. Roberts, William; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Robinson, John, of Franklin Twp.; Priv., Co F, 147th Reg. Robinson, John M.; Priv., Co K, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Robinson, William; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg. Died at Otterville, Mo. 11-20-61 Rock, Daniel E.; Priv., Co M, 5th. Cav., 90th Reg.; MO 9-15-65 Rock, James E.; Priv., Co M, 5th. Cav., 90th Reg. Died in Andersonville prison of bronchitis on 7-5-64. Buried there in the Nat'l. Cem. Plot 2911 Rock, Malory W.; (no info. found in State CW records). Died at age 86 on 3-23-28 and was survived by his widow, 3 sons, and a daughter; L.E.Rock, John L. Rock, J.O.Rock, and Mrs. George Vanmeter Rogers, Joseph; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; Disch. 1-1-63 w/disability Roney, Elias, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co A, 57th Reg. Transfered to VRC 8-25-63. Rooks, Jesse; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; MO 8-28-65. Served two tours. * Rook(s), John H.; Co B, 65th OHIO Inf. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Rooks, William; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg. Served two tours. Died at Terre bonne, La. 7-7-64 Root, John D.; Co K, 38th Reg. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Ross, Daniel M. C.; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg. Ross, James W.; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg. Died 11-17-61 at Otterville, MO. Roush, Isaac S.; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg. Died at Ft. Pickering, Tenn. 3-15-63 Son of Wm. & Jane Roush born in 1844 and died Mar. 15, 1863 aged 18y.5m.21d. Buried at Walnut Creek Cem., Gas City, Grant County, Ind. Roush, John F.; Priv., Co H, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Roush, William P.; Corpl., Co H, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Ruess, John; Comm. 4-23-61 as 2nd Lt., Prom. to 1st Lt., Co B, 8th (3mo)Reg.: 2nd tour served as Priv. in 8th (3yr) Reg.; MO 11-26-64 Ruess, John; Capt., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg,; MO 11-26-64. Died at Home. Buried IOOF Cem., Marion IN Ruess, John Sept. 12, 1834 - Aug. 1, 1883 "Capt." (On the south face of this fine granite monument is a list of seventeen Civil War engagements in which he participated.) Ruess, Joseph F., of Marion; 2nd Lt., prom to 1st Lt., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Ruggles, Robert; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; MO 9-4-64 Ruley, John T.(or F,) of Mill Twp.; Priv., Co I, 34th Reg. Served 2 tours of duty. Died at Indianapolis 8-12-64. Orig. buried at Greenlawn Cem., Indianapolis, Ind, Plot: 10 357, Crown Hill Nat'l Cem., Indianapolis, Indiana (also shown in some documents as Rubey.) Rush, Daniel; Priv., Co A, 139th Reg.; MO 9-29-64 Rush, George W.; Priv., Co C, 7th Cav. (119th Reg.); MO 6-19-65 Rush, Iredell B. of Fairmount Twnshp.; Priv., Co K, 34th Reg.; Promoted to 2nd Lt., prom. to Adjutant Rush, Joseph M., of Fairmount Township; Sarg., Co F, trans to Co D, 139th Reg.; MO 9-29-64. b. 2-4-23, s. (probably) of Azel, m. Mrs. Ursulla (Tharp) McFarland 3-12-65, d. 8-22-71. Buried Back Creek Cem., Fairmount IN Rushton, Elias M.; Co D, 70th Reg. b. 1845, d.1907. Buried Thrailkill Cem., Grant Co., IN Russell, Milton; 34th Reg.; died at Wilson, Tx., 7-2-(1872?) Russell, Oliver,of Mill Twp.; Priv., Unassigned, 33rd Reg. Substitute Russell, Robert, of Jonesboro; Sergt., Co F, 34th Reg.; deserted 11-1-61 Russell, William V., of Jonesboro; 1st Lt., Co C, 89th Reg.; MO 7-19-65 Russey, Henry C.; Priv., Co H, 12th.(1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Russey, Ithamer W.; Priv., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg., Prom. to Corp; MO 8-6-61 Rust, Aaron; US Navy gunboat-Kenwood #14. d. 6-12-1904 (65Y7M14D). Buried at Converse Cem., Grant Co., IN Rutherford, William; Priv., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg., MO: 2nd tour served as Priv.,Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; MO 8-28-65 Ryan, Thomas; 34th Reg. Died at Deckoros Point, Tx., Jan 1862. * Rybolt, William Feb 3, 1838 - Aug 20, 1901. Co B 5th OHIO Vol. Calv. Buried Knox Chapel, Sec. F

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Said, John J., of Liberty Twp.; Priv., Unassigned, 32nd Reg. Substitute Sanborn, Robert; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65. Buried Atkinson Cem., Grant Co., IN Sanders, Abner S.; Corpl., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Sanders, John; Priv., Co B, 84th Reg. 1845-1923. Buried IOOF Cem., Matthews IN Sanders, Joseph D.; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65. Buried Olive Branch Cem., Grant Co., IN Sanders, William H.; Corpl., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 * Sanders, Zachariah; Co C, 2nd OHIO Inf. Buried IOOF Cem., Marion IN * Sanderson, Capt. J.W.; Whitson's Centennial History of Grant County 1814 - 1914 pg. 826-827 Major J.W. Sanderson. His military history begins in 1862 when he enlisted in the 8th OHIO Regiment for three months term of service. He served through this enlistment and then re-enlisted in the 130th Reg. and finally came into command of a company in the 189th OHIO from which he was MO in September, 1865, having seen almost constant service since the beginning of his term of enlistment(s). Born June 4, 1844 in Lucas Co., Ohio, at the age of 18 enlisted in the Civil War. 1892 he came to Marion, Grant Co., Indiana as chief clerk for the Clover Leaf Railroad Co. On March 15, 1901, he came to the National Military Home in the capacity of quartermaster and acting treasurer. In 1906 he became treasurer of this great national institution. Sanford, Amos W.;of Marion; MI 8-6-61, Chaplain, Co H, 8th Reg. re-organized. One of only three regimental officers from Grant County. Sapp, William, of Fairmount Township; Priv. 32nd Reg. Sater, N.W.; Co D, 36th Reg. Buried Thrailkill Cem., Grant Co., IN Satterthwaite, Joel; Capt., Co G, 118th Reg.; MO 3-1-64 Sauger, William J.T.; Priv., Co K, 13th Reg. b.1833, d.1920. Buried Converse Cem. Gr. Co.IN Sawyer, Samuel W.; Chaplain, 47th Reg. Resigned 10-9-64 Saxton, Alex G.; Corpl., Co. I, 142nd Reg. b.1836, d.1875. Buried Converse Cem. Grant Co. IN Saxton, William J.; Priv., Co C, 87th Reg. Died in sevice. b. 11-14-42, d. 12-14-62. Buried, Converse Cem., Grant Co., IN Saxton, William L.; 13th Batt. Lt. Art. b.1845, d.1924. Buried Van Buren Cem. Schloner, Jacob; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Schooley, Cam S.; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg.; trans. to 26th Reg.; MO 6-10-65 Schooley, Lee; From the State Civil War Archives we find Leander Schooley - res. not listed - only says "also served in Co. K, 1st Ind. Cav. Schooley's were a Grant County family. Schooley, William; Priv., Co D, 139th Reg.; MO 9-29-64 Scott, Allen C.; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; died at Princeton, Ky., 4-8-65 Scott, Calvin, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co C, 12th Reg.; MO 6-8-65 SCOTT, CALVIN (brother of John), born 10-8-41, m. Eliza Ann Davis 3-30-67, d 8-13-74. Scott, Conrad; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; Appt. Corp; MO 5-19-62 Scott, Daniel R.; Priv., Co H, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Scott, David S., Corpl., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg. (no muster out date given) Scott, Esquire, of Marion; Priv., Co L, 11th Cav.( 126th Reg.) Deserted 4-27-64 Scott, Jesse, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co F, trans to Co D, 139th Reg.; MO 9-29-64: 2nd tour served as Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg,; MO 9-4-65 Scott, John, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co C, 12th Reg. SCOTT, JOHN (brother of Calvin). b 7-26-43, d 8-26-64 in war Scott, Levi; Priv. Co C, 118th Reg. Joined at age of 17. Returned to his home in Fairmount Township and in 1865 married Miss Emily Davis and fathered twelve children; Melissa M., Alvin B., Irvin, Arthur D., Lillie, Lemuel, Eliza A., Alonzo, Charlotte, Clelia, Elois and Harrison. In 1882 established the Fairmount Bank, giving local people their first banking facilities. Scott, Thomas F.; Corpl., Co C, 84th Reg. b.1843, d.1917. Buried IOOF Cem., Matthews IN Scott, William H.; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; disch. 12-4-62 w/disability * Secrest, Samuel; Co G, 32nd OHIO Inf. Buried IOOF Cem., Marion IN Seegar, Jasper; Priv., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.; MO 8-6-61; re-enlist as 1st Lt. to Co F, 34th Reg.; resigned 2-8-62 Seegar, Joseph N., of Marion; served 2 tours, one in Co H, 8th Reg. Selby, John; Priv. Co F, trans to Co D, 139th Reg.; MO 9-29-64. Born June 10, 1846. Learned tinner's trade, following this vocation in Jonesboro and Fairmount. In 1864 enlisted and upon his return from the war he engaged in the stove and tinware business until he returned to farming. In 1894, associated with others, Mr. Selby organized the Citizens Exchange Bank later reorganized under state laws and became Citizens State Bank of Fairmount where he was selected to serve as President. Married Miss Hattie M. Allen in 1874 and bore two sons; Victor A., and William A. Selfridge, John, of Pleasant Twp.; Priv., Co K, 101st Reg. (NOTE: See Eli Jackson Beal listed above for a little more info.) Seward, Lewis; Priv., Co M, 5th. Cav., 90th Reg. Disch. 3-31-64 * Sexton, Edmund G.; Priv., Co D, 175th OHIO Inf. 1843-1906. Buried IOOF Cem., Matthews IN Shalser, William, of Washington Twp.; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg. Shanahan, John, of Mier; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg. Died at Winchester, Va. 3-25-62 Shanahan, Nicholas, of Mier; Priv., Co H, 101st Reg.; MO 6-24-65 From Whitson's History 'Nicholas Shanahan survived the horrors of Libby Prison, and at the close of the war was on his way home, when the vessel on which he was sailing blew up, in the mouth of the Mississippi River, and all on board, fifteen hundred in number lost their lives. He written home to tell his mother to cook the Christmas turkey because he was on his way home.' Shannon, Martin, of Jonesboro; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66. Served two tours. Died at home in 1890. Shannon, W.R.; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg. Buried Atkinson Cem. Grant co IN Sharp, Able L.; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Sharp, Benjamin R.; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; deserted 7-31-65 Sharp, George; Corp, Co F, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Sharp, George C.; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Sharp, Jacob, Priv., Co A, 20th Reg. Died in service 12-11-61, age 19Y2M18D. Buried Baldwin Cem., Grant Co., IN Sharp, R. R., of Pleasant Twp.; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg. Sharp, Wilkerson; Priv., Co C, 8th (3yr) Reg. Died at Syracuse, MO. 11-26-61. b. 8-24-44. Buried Baldwin Cem., Grant Co.IN Sharp, William; of Monroe Twp. Listed in Whitson's History as a Civil War Veteran, but no info available from the State Civil War Archives or unable to determine which one he was. Shaster, William; Priv., prom. to Corpl., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Shaw, B, d. 10/01/1863, C 84 IND INF CIVIL WAR, Plot: H 11061 Chattanooga Natl Cemetery, Chattanooga,TN. Also listed as Hugh Shaw, resident of Jefferson Twp. Grant County, IN Shaw, Isaac O.; Priv., Co K, 153rd Reg. Died at Indianapolis 3-20-65 Shaw, Samuel, of Richland Twp.; Priv., Co A, 130th Reg. Sherin, William, of Marion; Priv. (substitute), Co K, 40th Reg.; MO 10-25-65 Sherron (or Sherin), Barney, of Marion; Priv, Co K, 40th Reg.; MO 6-15-65. Buried IOOF Cem., Marion IN Shideler, Jesse; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) IN Inf.; MO 8-28-65. Served two tours. Shields, John; Priv., Co C, 12th (3yr) Reg.; appt. Corpl.; MO 6-8-65
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Shipman, William, of Jonesboro; Priv., Co B, 13th Cav. (131st Reg); MO 11-18-65 Shira, Simon P., of Marion; Priv., Co K, 40th Reg.; MO 6-15-65 Shively, Jacob, of Marion; Priv., Co K, 40th Reg.; MO 6-15-65 Shockey, Anthony; Priv., Co I, 12th. (1yr) Reg.: MO Shockey, Daniel, of Marion; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg.; MO 6-24-65 Shoemaker, Thomas G., of Jonesboro; Priv. Co F, 34th Reg. Died at Paducah, Ky. 2-23-62 Shoemaker, William, of Jonesboro; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg. Died at Louisville, Ky. 3-4-62 Shomer, Peter; Priv., Co H, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Shook, Aaron; Priv., Co A, 139th Reg.; MO 9-29-64. Re-enlisted as Priv, Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Shook, Elijah; Priv., Co C, 12th (3yr) Reg.; MO 6-8-65. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Shrunk, Henry C., of Marion; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; MO 6-14-65. Served two tours. This may be Shunk instead of Shrunk Shugart, William L.; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg. Disch. 9-25-61 w/disability. Died in Helena Ark. 1865 Shumaker, Isaac, of Jonesboro; Priv., Co F, 40th Reg.; MO 7-7-65 Shumaker, William L.; 1st Sergt., Co C, 89th Reg.; disch. 11-28-62 Shunk, David; of Marion; commissioned 4-23-61 as Captain, Co B, 8th (3mo) IN Inf.; Promoted to Major on 4-26-61 to Lieut-Col. in July 1861, then to Colonel in May 1862. And was finally was Brevetted Brigader-General on 2-9-65. He served the remainder of the war years in the 8th (3yr) IN Inf. reorganized and assigned Co H. He was only one of three regimental officers from Grant County. Born 1822 in Taneytown Maryland, he was merchant and carriage maker. He died in Marion on 2-21-65. Gen. Shunk was perhaps more fully identified with the military history of Grant County than any other man. He had served with distinction as captain in the war with Mexico, and at first call for troops in the civil war was elected captain of the first company. Buried IOOF Cem., Marion IN
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Siders, William A.(H.), of Jalapa; volunteer in Co G, 152nd Ind. Inf. for 4 years during civil War. CW Records him as MI 10-21-1862 to 34th Inf. unassigned. He evidently at some point was transferred to Co G, 152nd Ind. Inf. or served two tours. Born in Virginia, moved to Rush Co, IN w/parents then to Marion in 1844. He went into the grocery and meat business in LaFountain after returning from war. He spent his declining years in Marion at his daughters home. Born in 1843, died 7-28-1935 at age 92. Wife Elizabeth A.(Lloyd)died 1929. 4 children, Laura, Mary, and Homer survived. Charles A. died age 3 and buried in I.O.O.F. Cemetery w/parents. Simmons/Simons Simmons, William, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co C, 89th Reg.; MO 7-19-65. b. 1843, d.1929. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 483. Simons (or Simmons), Harrison, Priv., Co C, 89th Reg. Simons (or Simmons), Hiram; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg. Died at Ft. Pickering, Tenn. 7-21-63 PVT C 89 IND INF, Plot 2783, Memphis Nat'l Cemetery, Memphis, Tenn. Simonton, Seth S.; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Simpson, George; Priv., Co E, 11st Reg.; MO 5-17-65 Simpson, James W., of Jonesboro; Priv., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.: 2nd tour served as Sergt., Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66 Sims, James M.; Priv., Co H, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62. Re-enlisted, MO 1-22-65. b. 9-22-23, s. Elijah and Susanna (Spoon), m. 1) Elizabeth Kirkpatrick, 2) Eliza Slater. Buried Stewart Cem. Blackford Co IN Sims, John A.; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Sinclair/St. Clair Sinclair, John A., of Sims Twnshp.; Priv., Co F, 97th Reg.; MO 6-9-65 St. Clair, John P.; Priv. Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62. Recruited as Priv., Co K, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66 St.Clair, William, of Green Twp.; Priv., Co K, 130th Reg. Same man as William Sinclair listed below. Sinclair, William, of Independence; Priv., Co K, 130th Reg.; MO 6-16-65 Sisson, James L.; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg; MO 9-4-65 Sizemore, James A.; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Skinner, Elias; Priv., Co I,, 8th Reg. Died 11-4-61 at St. Louis, MO Skinner, Isaac G., of Mier; Priv., Co I, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62; recruited as Priv., Co K, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66 Skinner, Martin F., of Jonesboro; Priv., Co M, 5th Cav., 90th Reg.; MO 9-15-65 Skinner, Sylvester C.; Priv., Co I, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62: 2nd tour served as Corpl., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg. Died 7-12-83 at Black River Church, Miss. Skinner, William, of Mier; Corpl., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Slagle, Perry, of Marion; Priv., Co G, 51st Reg.; MO 12-13-65 Sloan, Alexander; Priv., Co D, 139th Reg.; MO 9-29-64 Small, Laniler, of Franklin, Priv., Unassigned in 37th Reg. Substitute Small, Lemuel; Priv., Co A, 139th Reg.; MO 9-29-64 Smiley, George; (no info. in State CW records). Died 1-12-1881 (48Y8M20D). Buried New Harmony Baptist Cem., Grant Co., IN Smiley, Henry, of Jefferson Twp.; Priv. Unassigned in 32nd Reg., MI 9-21-64 Smiley, Martin; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg.; disch. 11-28-62 Smith, Amos, of Jalapa; Priv., 12th Batt., Lt. Artillary, MO 5-27-65 Smith, Andrew J., of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co K, 130th Reg.; MO 1-28-65 Smith, Andrew J., of Sims Twnshp.; Co D, 135th Reg. Buried Thrailkill Cem., Grant Co., IN Smith, Bethuel; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Smith, Charles S.; Priv. Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.; MO 8-6-61. Served 2nd tour with Co B, 40th Reg. on 2/15/64. Smith, David; Co C, 134th Reg. Buried Thrailkill Cem., Grant Co., IN Smith, Edward B., of Jalapa; Sergt., Co K, 34th Reg. Disch. 12-16-62 w/disability. Smith, E.M.; of Sims Twp. Listed in Whitson's History as a Civil War Veteran, but no info available from the State Civil War Archives or unable to determine which one he was. Smith, Francis M., of Sims Twnshp.; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62; recruited as Priv., Co K, 34th Reg.; MO 1-23-66. b. 12-19-21, d. 10-5-1903. Buried Thrailkill Cem., Grant Co., IN Smith, Henry; served 2 tours, one in Co K, 34th Reg. Smith, Hiram; Wagoner, Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Smith, Ichabod, of Fairmount Township; Sarg. Co C, 89th Reg.; MO as 1st Sergt. 7-19-65 Smith, James R.; 1st Sergt., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg., comm. 2nd Lt. Killed at Pea Ridge, Ark., 3-7-62 Smith, James W.; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Smith, Jason B., of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co B, 123rd Reg. Smith, John; Priv. Co. D 118th Ind. Inf. MI 8-9-1863 MO 3-1-1864 Official records say he was res. of Howard Co., but he was a resident of Grant County at the time of his enlistment and throughout his entire life. He is buried in Jefferson Cem., Grant Co. Ind. Smith, John; Priv. Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg. Killed in Ohio, during war, by railroad cars. Smith, John; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg. Died at Otterville, Mo., 1-8-62 (age 22). Buried IOOF Cem., Marion IN Smith, John; Corpl., Co H, 101st. Reg.; MO as Priv. on 6-24-65 Smith, John A., of Marion; Corpl., 12th Batt., Lt. Artillary; MO 7-7-65. Died 4-28-1878 (48Y5M). Buried Maple Grove/Overman/Raypholtz Cem., Grant Co., IN Smith, John P.; (10 John P Smith in State CW records) of Marion, died 2-28-1947 at age of 104. He was survived by a son and 2 daughters. Smith, Joseph D.; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Smith, Leander, of Fairmount Township; Priv. unassigned, 83rd Reg. (bro. of Roland). Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 414 Smith, Lewis M., of Marion; Priv., Co K, 40th Reg.; MO 6-15-65 Smith, Marion; Priv., Co H, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 * Smith, Moses, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co G, 6th Reg.; MO 9-22-64 SMITH, Rev. MOSES Jr.- he was left to die at the battlefield of Atlanta 8-25-64. After having been there all night he was taken to hospital at Marietta GA and was disch. soon after. Returned home to Fulton Co. IN and married Patsy Wheeldon on 1-4-66. They had 12 children: Ebert, Lambert, Cynthia, Lydia, Colonel Elsworth, Melissa Grace, Searing,Jesse Moses, Olive Pearl, Lula Ann, and LeRoy Wesley. Rev. Moses Smith Jr. served 2 years as a missionary and 8 years with the Miami and Potawatomic Indian of the Mississinewa Reservation. He then served as pastor of Fairmount Baptist Church til 1896. They then moved to Barry Co. MO where they lived out their lives. Smith, Nathan (Nate) F.; Priv. Co G, 100th Reg. MO 6-8-65 Died 4-8-1886 (age 40). Buried IOOF Cem., Marion IN NOTE: One source said he died in Lafayette, IN and also found his last name spelled Smythe. Buried as Smith. Smith, Noah, of Liberty Twp; Priv., Unassigned in 32nd Reg. Noah Smith was born in NC in 1832. He was listed in the 1860 census for Liberty Township,Grant county as a 28 year old mulatto male with farming as his occupation. He married Amanda Burden after the war. She died and he remarried to Parthena Pettiford. Noah was drafted into the reorganized 32nd Indiana Infantry. He was sent to Indianapolis to muster in and was attached to the Garrison Guard. He served in Indianapolis until his muster out. Smith, Roland; Sarg. Co H, 12th Reg. (bro. of Leander). Enlisted May 1861 and served with his regiment twelve months. For meritorious conduct he was promoted to sergeant. Returning home in 1862 he organized a company of infantry and was elected captain. When he called upon Gov. Oliver Morton to tender his services and arrange for his commission, the Governor suggested that he remain at home for duty in Grant County. Accordingly, Smith formed a company of Home Guards, known as the Fairmount Militia Company, composed of one hundred volunteers and on July 16, 1863, was given a commission for four years as captain of this company. The Home Guard (see J. M. Hendley for further reference on Home Guard) did duty in Fairmount Township during the period of the Civil War, disbanding in 1865. Roland Smith married Miss Nancy Hasting and fathered eight children: Effie, Mary Elizabeth, Dailey Henley, Cora, Bertha, Thomas Edwin and Clista. 1839-1920. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 726 Smith, Samuel, of Sims Twnshp. (name from news clip. No info. in State CW records) Smith, Shadrach; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Smith, Thomas C.; (1 of 3 listed in State CW records) Smith, Wesley; Priv. Co. I 118th Ind. Inf. MI 9-3-1863 MO 3-1-1864 Official records say he was res. of Howard Co., but he was a resident of Grant County at the time of his enlistment. He moved to Huntington County after the war and is buried in the Lancaster Cem. of that County. Smith, William, of Fairmount Township; Sarg. Co K, 130th Reg.; MO 12-2-65. b. 3-31-38, d. 10-23-1907. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 264. Smith, William; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Smithley, Henry, of Jefferson Twp.; Priv., Unassigned in 32nd Reg. Smithson, Isaac, of Fairmount ; Priv. Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.; MO 8-6-61: 2nd tour served as Corp in Co C, 89th Reg, transf. to 26th Reg. on 7-26-63 (1 of 5 Smithson bros. who served in the war. Parents were David and Betsy (Williams-of Wayne Co. IN) , Quaker farmers (approx. 640 acres) who helped with 'Underground Railroad' and had 11 children. Isaac-b. 3-28-42, m. (1)Julia Woolon, (2)Belle Holmes, (3) Martha Gosnell, (4) Margaret Warner, d. 7-23-1917. Smithson, Jehu D., of Fairmount Township; Priv., Enlisted 12/29/1863 aged 27 yrs. Co B, 130th Reg. died in service, of disease, at Chattanooga TN. (1 of 5 Smithson bro.) b. 2-22-36, m. (1)Lydia M. Reese, (2) Margaret Rush, d. 5-18-64. Buried in Chattanooga Nat'l Cemetery, Plot: C 1079, Chattanooga, Tenn. Smithson, John; of Fairmount Twp. Listed in Whitson's History as a Civil War Veteran, but no info available from the State Civil War Archives. This John is possibly the Jonathan B. listed below. Smithson, Jonathan B., of Fairmount; Priv., Co B, 146th Reg. (he is the 5th. of 5 bros.) He had previously been exempt due to his crooked finger. b. 5-18-40, m. Sarah Jane Marley , d. 4-8-73. Fathered 4 children; Elizabeth, Frederick, Estella, and Jehu (Jake). Johnathan was a member of the Fairmount Home Guards until he was drafted 9-21-64. He caught a bad cold and was discharged on 11-12-64. He never regained good health. He sold all of his 100 acres of farm between 1867-70. He died of consumption. Buried in Back Creek Cemetery with his father. Smithson, Judah Bond, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co B, 130th Reg.(1 of 5 Smithson bros.); MO 6-30-65 b. 1-27-31, m. Lydia Neal, d. 3-14-1914. Buried Fairmount Park Cem., Lot 260. Smithson, Judah Bond (Judiah is the family spelling) Smithson, Seth, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co E, 140th Reg. died in the war at Columbia TN (1 of 5 Smithson Bros.) b. 2-9-48, d. 1-9-65. Smythe (or Smith), Nate F.; Priv., Co G, 100th Reg.; MO 6-8-65. Died at Lafayette, IN. See Nathan F. Smith above. Snider, Stacy R., of Van Buren; Priv., Co I, 13th Cav. (131st Reg). Died 7-10-64 at Huntsville, Ala. Sohn, John; Priv., Co A, 139th Reg.; MO 9-29-64. Re-enlist. as Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65. b.5-25-27, d.3-20-1902. Buried Quaker Sec. IOOF Cem., Marion IN Somers, Ambrose; Priv., Co H, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Somers, Charles; Priv., Co H, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Somers, Samuel B.; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Sparks, John; Priv., Co C, 7th Cav. (119th Reg.). Disch 12-8-63 Spears, Clark, of Mill Twp.; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg. Speelman, Richard V., of Jalapa; Priv., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.; MO 8-6-61; Comm. 1st Lt. in Co K, 34th Reg., resigned 1-28-62 to Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO as Sergt. Major 9-4-65 Spence, James W.; 2nd Lt., Co C, 7th Cav., 119th Reg. Spence, Samuel R.; Musician., Co F, 34th Reg. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Spence, Wick; Priv., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.; MO 8-6-61 Spenc(s)e, William H.; Priv., Co H, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Spencer, Henry of Marion; 1st Sergt., Co f, 34th Reg.; prom to 2nd Lt, then 1st Lt, then to capt; Died at home in 1880. Spencer, Otto B.; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Spencer, Samuel, of Jonesboro; Musician, Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 5-29-62 Spencer, W.T.; Co H, 101st Reg. Buried Thrailkill Cem., Grant Co., IN Spers, Clark; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Spook, Aaron, of Center Twp.; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg. Squibb, Samuel; Priv., Co C, trans to Co F, 7th Cav. (119th Reg.); MO Srahnon, W.H. - Priv., Co. F, 34th Reg. Buried in Atkinson Cemetery. St.Clair/Sinclair Sinclair, John A., of Sims Twnshp.; Priv., Co F, 97th Reg.; MO 6-9-65 St. Clair, John P.; Priv. Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62. Recruited as Priv., Co K, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66 St.Clair, William, of Green Twp.; Priv., Co K, 130th Reg. Same man as William Sinclair listed below. Sinclair, William, of Independence; Priv., Co K, 130th Reg.; MO 6-16-65 St.John, Albert R.; Priv., Co B, 47th Reg. Killed at Champion Hills Miss. 5-16-63. Stance, John J., of Marion; Priv., Co H, 97th Reg. Disch 5-28-63 Stanley, Hubbard, of Fairmount Township; Priv., 32nd Reg. Substitute. On 9/12/1864 he was drafted into Unassigned IN 33rd Infantry Enlisted 9/21/1864 as a Private. I personally don't know how he got from the 33rd to the 32nd. Killed by accident. Marion Chronicle: 6/29/1882 "Hubbard Stanley... from Fairmount Township... accidentally killed by a comrade while on picket near Nashville, Tenn. Near close of war he was brought home and buried in what was called Robb Cemetery, in Madison County, Indiana." Stanley, John P.; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg. Stanley, Solomon, of Mier; Priv., Co K, 51st Reg.; MO 6-14-65 * Stansbury, Theodore; 1st Sarg., Co K, 2nd OHIO Inf; 1st Sarg., Co D, 66th OHIO Inf. Moved to Fairmount Township Starr, Caleb A., of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co K, 130th Reg. b. 1845, d.1920. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 756. Steel/Steele Steel, Asbury E.; Col., Co K, 34th Reg. 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Steele, Edwin B.; Priv., Co I, 138th Reg.; MO 9-21-64 Steel, George W., of Marion; 1st Lt., Co H, 12th (1yr) Reg.; re-enlist. in 101st Reg. and was promoted to Captain. Promoted again to Major on 9-6-62, then to Lt. Col. on 1-27-63. Having served fifteen years in the military in both Civil War and Indian Campaigns, he was mustered out as Major on 6-24-65. He was born in Fayette County, OH to Asberry Sen. and Louisa Steele on 12-13-39 and at age 3 years, moved with his parents to Marion. He served seven terms in the United States Congress and was appointed the first territorial governor of Oklahoma in 1890. George was instrumental in locating the Soldier's Home (now VA Medical Center) in Marion, IN. He later served as governor of the Soldier's Home. He married Marietta Elizabeth Swayzee on 10-11-66 and had two children; Marietta V. Owen, and George W. Steele Jr.
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Steel, P. G.; Co G, 8th Reg. Buried IOOF Cem., Marion IN Steel, Richard; Priv., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.; MO 8-6-61 Steele, Robert; Sergt., Co I, 23 V.R.C. Buried IOOF Cem., Matthews IN Steel, William B,; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Stelts, Levi; Corpl., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg., trans to 1st Heavy Artillery. Deserted 7-1-65 Steltz, William; of Pleasant Twp. Listed in Whitson's History as a Civil War Veteran, but no info available from the State Civil War Archives or unable to determine which one he was. Stephens, Robert; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg. Disch. in Dec. 1863 w/disability. Stephens, Thomas, of Jefferson Twp., Priv., Unassigned in 32nd Reg. Stevens, Amos; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; killed at Vicksburg, 5-22-63 Stevens, B. F., of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co I, 60th Reg. Stevens, Nathan; 79th Reg; Buried IOOF Cem., Marion IN Stewart, Charles W.; Priv., Co F, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Stewart, John H., of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co C, 12th Reg. (bro. of Samual); MO 6-2-65. b. 9-4-43, d. 6-28-1918. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 409 Stewart, Robert G.; Co A, 33rd Reg. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 495 Stewart, Samuel W., of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co G. 153rd Reg. (bro. of John H.); MO 9-4-65. b. 8-27-47, d. 4-17-1917. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 109 Stewart, William F.;(no info found in State CW records); Died at Camp Foster, Tenn. 1864 Stickles, Jacob, of Marion; Priv., Co H, 97th Reg. Deserted 11-30-62 Stilts, William; Corpl., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; Priv., Co H, 8th Reg.- 3yr; MO 8-28-65 Stogsdall, L. V.; Priv., 15th Batt., Lt. Art. Buried Converse Cem. Grant Co. IN Stone, Edwin, M., of Harrisburg., Priv., Co A, 124th Reg.; MO 8-31-65 Stout, E____ C.; Co K, 12th Reg. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Stout, Elijah D.; Musn., Co. F, 34th Ind. Inf. MO 2-3-66 Died 5-1-1906 and is buried Plot 1 1227 R9 Marion Nat'l Cem., Marion, Indiana Stout, Joseph W.; Co H, 8th Reg.; 2nd tour served Co F, 34th Reg. MO 2-3-66 Died 4-19-1903 (62Y8M) Buried Quaker Sec. IOOF Cem., Marion IN Stover, Elijah, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co D, 34th Reg. Died 1862 in Madison, IN Stover, Henry, of Jefferson, Twp.; Priv., Unassigned in 32nd Reg. Substitute Stradley, John M., of Rochester IN; Musician, Co K, 46th Reg. Disch. w/disability 2-20-63. Buried, Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 190 (no marker). Strange, James B, of Van Buren; Priv., Co I, 91st Reg.; MO 1-8-66 Strange, Stephen; of Monroe Twp. Listed in Whitson's History as a Civil War Veteran, but no info available from the State Civil War Archives or unable to determine which one he was. Stratton, John H.; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Street, David R., of Independence; Priv., Co K, 130th Reg.; MO 1-28-65 Street, Joel, M., of Independence; Priv., Co K, 130th Reg.; MO 6-30-65 Strehl, Amos G., of Marion; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg.; MO 6-24-65 Stretch, James A.; Capt., Co A, 5th Cav., 90th Reg.; MO 11-1-63 Stretch, John F.;(no info found in State CW records). b. 1848, d.1913. Buried IOOF Cem., Marion IN Stricler, Jeremiah; From the 1860 census of Grant County we find Jeremiah Strickler age 35 living in Richland Twp. and born in Maryland. pg. 361. From the State Civil War Archives we find Jeremiah Stric(k)ler Res. not listed, drafted 9-2-1864 into Co D, 40th Ind. Inf. MO 5-12-1865. Jeremiah Stricler native of Maryland settled in Grant Co, Indiana in 1847. Died Oct. 15, 1912. Married Mary A. Tanquary who died Nov. 8, 1897. Stults, Levi; (no info found in State CW records), 34th Reg.; Died Yellow Bayou, La. Styles, Samuel; Priv., Co G., 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 * Sullivan, C.T.; Sergt., Co I, 189th ILLINOIS Inf. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Sullivan, Daniel; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg. Disch. 5-25-65 w/disability. Buried IOOF Cem., Marion IN Sullivan, William; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg. Discharged 7-25-61 w/disability(3yr) Reg. Transferred to V.R.C. 3-31-64 Summers, Daniel; Sergt., Co I, 99th Reg. b. 1833, d.1915. Buried Converse Cem. Grant Co. IN Summers, James F., res. Grant County; Priv., Co I, 138th Reg.; MI 5-27-1864 MO 9-21-64 at Indianapolis, Ind. Burial in Clear Creek Cem., Huntington County, IN. born 1846 died 1908. Summers, John S.; Capt., 57th Reg. b. 1835, d. 1881. Buried Converse Cemetery Summers, Lewis; Priv., Co I, 8th Reg. Buried Converse Cem., Grant Co., IN Sutton, John; Priv., Co I, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Sutton, Platt; Priv., Co I, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66 * Sutton, R.; Lt., Co B, 72nd NEW YORK Inf. Moved to Fairmount Township. Sutton, Thomas; Priv., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.; MO 8-6-61 Sutton, William H., of Jalapa; Priv., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.: 2nd tour served as Priv., Co C, 12th Swafford, Christian L.; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Swafford, William H.; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Swan, Samuel C., of Jalapa; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; prom. to Corpl.; MO 2-3-66 Served two tours. Died 7-12-1917 and was buried 7-13-1917 in Plot 4 2600 Marion Nat'l Cem., Marion, Indiana Swaney/Sweeney, James W., Grant Co. Ind.; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Born in Noble County, Ind. He also served with the 75th Ind. Inf. Co. A. Buried in Center Grove Cemetery, Wabash Co., Ind. Swartz, Elijah R.; Priv., Co I, 138th Reg.; MO 9-21-64 Swartz, Henry, of Marion; Priv., Co I, 8th (3yr) Reg.; deserted 2-24-63 Sweet, John M.B., of Liberty Twp.; Priv., Unassigned in 33rd Reg. Substitute * Swift, John D.; Priv., Co B, KY 6th Inf. MI 9-23-1861 at Shepherdsville, KY and MO 11-2-1864 at Nashville, TN Buried at Park Cemetery, Lot 105, Grant County, IN Swineford, Orin; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr)Reg.; died at Darnestown, Md. 9-20-61 Swisher, Eli; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg. Died on hospital boat 8-12-64 Swisher, George W.; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg. Died at vicksburg, Miss. of wounds on 5-27-64 Swope, George L.; Capt., Co A,5th Cav., 90th Reg.; MO 6-15-65 Swope, William J.; Priv., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.; MO 8-6-61; recruited as Priv. Co K, 34th Reg.;MO 2-3-66

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Talley, Joseph P.; Priv., Co H, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Taylor, Alfred B., of Marion; Sergt., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg., Prom. to 2nd Lt.: 2nd tour served as Asst. Surgeon 12th (3yr) Reg. Field and Staff ; MO 6-8-65 Taylor, Daniel W.; of Pleasant Twp., enlisted at Kokomo 9-25-1861. Asst. Surgeon in Field & Staff of 34th Ind. Inf. Promoted to Surgeon on 12-24-1862. Resigned 7-6-1865. Listed in Whitson's History as a Civil War Veteran. Taylor, David W.; (no info found in State CW records). Died at home. Taylor, Jonathan T., of Fairmount; 2nd Lt., Co E, 101st Reg. Taylor, Matthew, of Mier; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg., trans to V.R.C. 5-21-64 Taylor, William; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; MO 12-8-63. Buried in Farview/Hix/Bradford Cem. Grant County IN Terrell, James, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co. G, 140th Reg.; MO 7-11-65 Tharp, Thomas D.; 1st Lt., Co F, 57th Reg. Buried IOOF Cem., Marion IN Thomas, Isaiah, of Jonesboro; Priv. Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66. b. 1844, d.1919. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 594. Thomas, James A.; Priv., Co K, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Thomas, John Q.; Co D, 42nd Reg.; MO 12-12-65. 1847-1926. Buried Quaker Sec., IOOF Cem., Marion IN Thomas, Nelson, of Fairmount Township; Corp, Co K, 130th Reg. Thomas, Snead; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Thomason, James; Priv., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.; MO 8-6-61 Thomason, Jonas; (no info found in State CW records) 153rd Reg.; died 1865 Thompson, Howell D.; Capt., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; Resigned 7-25-61 Thompson, James W., of Somerset; Comm. 2nd Lt. 4-10-63 in Co K, 34th Reg. Died 2 week before MO Thompson, John; Priv., Co F, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Thompson, John M., Corpl., Co B, 84th Reg. b. 1835, d.1903. Buried IOOF Cem., Matthews IN Thompson, Mahlon, of Marion,; Priv. (substitute), Co K, 40th Reg.; MO 10-25-65 Thompson, William; Priv., Co D, 139th Reg.; MO 9-29-64 Thorn, Edward; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg. Deserted 2-24-65 Thorn, George W., of Fairmount Township; Serg, Co H, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62: 2nd tour served as 1st Lt., Co K, 153rd Reg. (bro. of James below) Thorn, James C.; (bro. of George), enlisted as Priv. in 34th Reg. but was transferred 15 days later to Co B 36th Reg. and served with this regiment until April 12, 1864. He was transferred to Co I, 19th Veteran Reserve Corps., at Washington, D.C. and on Nov. 16, 1865, was mustered out at Buffalo, New York. James was one of the youngest men to vol. during Civil War, being but sixteen years old at time of enlistment on Aug. 1, 1861. Before tendering his services, he had taken the precaution to prepare for any objections on account of his youth. He had marked the figures '18' on the soles of his shoes. When the recruiting officer inquired his age he replied that he was "over 18," and no further questions were asked (apparently this was common practice for underage enlistees). During his 4 years of service he was wounded 4 times losing a finger on his L hand at Chickamauga TN. Later married Miss Elizabeth J. Dame and bought a farm south-west of Fairmount which later produced 4 oil wells for him. b. 8-8-45, d. 1-28-1921. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 321 Thorn, Sylvester L. of Marion; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg., trans to Marine Brigade 5-16-64 Thornburg, J.W.; Musician, 18th Ind. Inf. Buried IOOF Cem., Marion IN Thorp, William; Priv., 14th Battery, Lt. Artillery. Killed in action at Lexington Tenn. on 12-18-62 Thrailkill, David; Priv., Co D, 153rd. Reg.; MO 9-4-65. b. 10-25-46, d. 3-4-99. Buried Thrailkill Cem., Grant Co., IN Thrailkill, Henry, of Mier; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg.; MO 6-24-65 Thrailkill, John, of Sims Twnshp; Priv., Co K, 60th Reg. Died at Vicksburg, Miss. on 8-1-63 Thrailkill, Joshua, of Mier; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg. Died at Munfordville, KY 10-6-62 Buried Plot D 3297, Cave Hill Nat'l Cem., Louisville, KY Thresher, Woodson W., of Rigdon; Priv., Co H, 101st Reg.; MO 6-24-65 Timony, John D.; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; MO 12-8-63 Tincher, William; Co D, 117th Reg. b. 5-17-44, d. 9-20-1903. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City IN Tingley, George W., of Harrisburg; Priv., Co A, 124th Reg.; MO 8-31-65 Tingley, James M.; Co F, 155th Reg. Buried Van Buren Cem. Tinkel, Jacob C.; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; MO 12-8-63 Tippy, James L; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 1-15-66 Tippy, Jesse; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 94-65 Titus, Samuel W.; Co C, 12th Reg. b. 1845, d. 1920. Buried Sec.G, Knox Chapel Cem., Grant Co., IN Titus, William J.(I.); Priv., 18th Reg. b. 1843, d.1924. Drafted for 2nd tour as Unassigned Recruit in 32nd Reg. on 9/21/64. Buried Knox Chapel Cem., Grant Co., IN Tizer, Gabriel P., of Marion; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg. Disch. 1-19-64 Toles, John, of Hobbs; Priv., Co A, 89th Reg. Townsend, John W.; Priv., Co H, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Trader, Isaac; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 10-4-65 TRADER,ISAAC- married Melissa Farrington on 7-15-54. They had 8 children: Sarah, Almira, Elizabeth, Lewis, Emily, Alfred, Alice and Rosa. Tremain, William; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; MO 9-4-64. Buried Bethel Cem., Grant County, IN Trentleman, Charles; Corpl., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg. Died in Indianapolis 8-20-63 Trimble, John C.; Co F, 54th Reg. b. 1844, d.1934. Buried IOOF Cem., Marion ,In. Troxell, John L., of Jonesboro; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; Served two tours. MO 2-3-66 Buried at Walnut Creek Cem., Gas City, Grant County, Ind. Jan. 9, 1840 - Feb. 15, 1915 Troxell, Marion, of Jonesboro; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg.; MO 9-21-64. Buried Hog Creek/Ballinger Cem., Grant Co., IN * Truesdale, Lewis B.; From the State Civil War Archives we find Lewis B. Truesdale. Residence not listed; 31 years old. Enlisted on 11/21/1863 at Geneva as a Corporal. On 11/30/1863 he mustered into "K" Co. MI 1st Cavalry. He died of wounds on 9/27/1864 at Winchester, VA He was listed as: Wounded (date and place not stated) Promotions: Sergt Trulock, James; Co H, 91st Reg. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Tucker, John M.; Priv., Co A, 20th Reg. Died at home from wounds received at Fortress Monroe Virg. on Mar. 20, 1864 * Tudor, William S., born 3-20-40 in Fayette Co., Ohio and died 12-9-1910. Priv., Co A, 48th OHIO Reg., prom. to Corpl. Co A, 1st Ohio Reg. Married Miss Margaret Pierce in Dec. 1865 and moved to Ind. in 1870. Fathered 4 children by her; Marie Spayde, Allen C., Charles A., and Alonzo. 1st wife died 1874 and he re-married to Miss Lydia Ida Sheron and fathered Grace Hall and Jesse B. Tudor. Buried Oak Chapel Cem., Grant Co., IN.
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W (record only shows initial), William H.; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg. Disch. w/disability 1-14-63. Waggy, Philip; Priv., Co H, 12th (1yr) Reg. Died w/Smallpox while home on furlough 5-19-62. Buried Little Ridge Cem., Grant Co., IN Waggy, Philip, of Independence; Priv., Co K, 130th Reg. Disch. 2-3-65 Waits, Henry; Priv., Co J, 11th Cav. (126th Reg). Buried Harmony Baptist Cem., Grant Co., IN Waldon/Waldron, Alfred, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co K, 130th Reg. Died during war. Buried at Back Creek Cem., Fairmount IN Walker, Francis; Priv., Co A, 139th Reg.; MO 9-29-64. Re-enlisted, served Priv., Co I, 34th Reg. MO; 1-22-66. Buried at Back Creek Cem. Fairmount IN Walker, George; Priv., Co I, 34th Reg.; Served two tours. MO 2-3-66 Walker, William A.; Priv., Co K, 34th Reg. Disch. 7-28-62 w/disability. Walker, William C.; Priv., Co A, 8th Reg. b.Oct. 29, 1844 in Jefferson Twp., Grant Co. and d.Oct. 7, 1909 in Jefferson Twp., Grant Co. Buried IOOF Cem., Matthews IN. William C. enlisted for 3 years. He spent the entire 3 years in the war excepting a few months which he was on Invalids furlough after drinking poisoned spring water in Missouri. From the age of 3 yrs. he lived with his Aunt Jane, wife of Joseph Reasoner. Wall, John J.; Priv., Co M, 5th Cav., 90th Reg. Disch. 7-15-65 Wall, Mills; Priv., Co M, 5th Cav., 90th Reg; MO 9-15-65 Wallace, Aaron T.; Co C, 18th USCI. Buried Weaver Cem., Grant Co., IN Wallace, Benjamin F., of Marion; Musician, Co K, 130th Reg. Trans. to Field & Staff as Principal Musician Wallace, Hiram; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Wallace, James S., Priv., Co H, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Recent info I received says he is bured in Marion Nat'l Cemetery Plot 1 792 Marion, Indiana. Same guy 2 stones or a mistake somewhere? Wallace, Hon. John M., of Marion; 5-15-61 was appt. Col. Co H, 12th (1yr) Reg.; resigned 8-6-61 to become Paymaster of U.S. Volunteers Waller, William H., of Liberty Twp.; Priv., Co K, 153rd Reg. Walton, Ellis; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg. Died of wounds 1-16-63 Ward, Francis T. of Grant Co.; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg. MI 2-14-1865 and died in Madison, Ind., 8-23-65 Ward, Oliver; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Ward, William; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg. Disch. 1-14-63 w/disability Ward, William M.; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Warner, John A.;(unable to locate info in State CW records). b. 9-30-29, d. 6-24-1901. Buried IOOF Cem., Matthews IN * Waterman, Robert M. served in KENTUCKY Inf. , Co G. 23rd Infantry. Res. nor listed, Enlisted on 12-16-61 at Camp King, KY as a Private. He was discharged (date not stated). He was listed as AWOL 10-2-62 (place not stated Estimated date) Sentenced 5-15-63 (place not stated) Forfeit pay from 10-02-62 to 4-13-63. Absent, sick 11-25-1863 Jeffersonville, IN Watson, Hugh, of Mier; Priv., Co H, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62: 2nd tour served as Priv., Co H, 101st Reg.; trans to V.R.C. Watson, Josiah of Marion; Chaplain, Co H, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO -19-62 Watson, William S.; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Watte, Henry, Priv., Co J, 11th Cav. (126th Reg.). Buried New Harmony Cem., Grant Co IN * Weagley, James; Co G, 162nd OHIO Inf. Buried Jefferson Cem., Grant Co., IN
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Weaver, John W.; (unable to locate info in State CW records). Died Camp Foster, Tenn 1864 Weaver, Levi; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; MO 12-8-63 Webb, Anderson C, of Marion; Priv., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.; MO 8-6-61: 2nd tour served as Wagoner, Co K, 5th Cav.(90th Reg.); MO 7-11-65. Died at home 12-24-85 Webb, Andrew; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg. Missing at Munfordville, KY 9-18-62 It is quite possible that the following Andrew W. Webb is this same person. Webb, Andrew W., died 12-17-1862, Plot 11 0 298, buried 12-17-1862 Danville Nat'l Cem., Danville, KY Webb, Harrison; Priv., Co d, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Webb, Henry W.; Priv., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.; MO 8-6-61 Webb, Thomas C.; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg. Wounded at Pea Ridge; Served two tours. Webster, Elisha B., of Jalapa, Priv., Co K, 34th Reg. Disch. 10-12-63 w/disability. Died at Nelson, Kansas, 1880 Weddington, Samuel C.; Asst. Surgeon in Field and Staff, 147th Reg.; MO 8-4-65. Died at home 4-25-73. Enlisted in Union City, IN Weesner, Elihu J.; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65. b., 2-19-48, d. 9-20-1922. Buried Quaker Sec. IOOF Cem., Marion IN Welch, Cicero P.; Priv., Co I, 138th Reg.; MO 9-21-64 Welch, Harrison, of Van Buren; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg. Welch, James, of Marion; Priv. (substitute), Co C, 26th Reg.; MO 9-17-65 Welker, Adam; of Sims Twp. Listed in Whitson's History as a Civil War Veteran, but no info available from the State Civil War Archives. Also found on 1860 census index Sarah Welker, age 29, born in Penn. and living in Green Twp., Grant Co., IN, pg. 250. And in the Independence/Rigdon Cemetery is buried Miles Welker died Jan. 11, 1858 aged 22y.7m.22d. I suspect Adam and Miles were most likely brothers and Sarah was probably the widow of Miles Welker. Weller, Adam, of Sims Twnshp.; (name fro news clip. No info in State CW records) Wellman, John C.; Corpl., Co H, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Wells, Jacob M. of Marion; 2nd Lt. , Co B, 8th (3 mo) Reg.; MO 8-6-61: 2nd tour ; 9-6-61 in Field and Staff 34th Reg., commissioned in as Adjutant. Resigned 4-7-62. On 4-20-64 comm. Capt., Co B, of the 28th Reg., United States Colored Troops. Wells, James A., of Fairmount; Priv. Co I, 84th Reg. (1 of 3 Wells bro.). b. 1836, d.1917. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 210 Wells, John B., of Jonesboro; Sergt., prom to 2nd Lt., Co C, 89th Reg. (1 of 3 Wells bro.). Resigned 8-24-64. b.1822, d.1901. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 309 Wells, John T., of Independence; Priv., Co K, 130th Reg.; MO 12-2-65 Wells, Newton J., of Fairmount; Priv. Co C, 89th Reg.; MO 8-9-65 (1 of 3 Wells bro.); MO 8-9-65. b.1834, d.1919. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 52 Wells, Samuel H.; Corpl., Co G, 7th Cav. (119th Reg); MO 5-24-65 * West, James M.; 96th OHIO Inf. Buried Thrailkill Cem., Grant Co., IN 1839 - 1885 son of J.M. and S.C. West. West, Jeptha P.; Corpl., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg. Died 4-28-63 of disease West, Milton, of Sims Twnshp.;(name from news clip. No info in State CW records) West, Spencer, of Marion; Priv., Co I, 101st. Reg.; MO 6-24-65 West, Taylor, of Mier; Priv., Co M, 5th Cav., 90th Reg.; MO 9-15-65 Westfall, Charles; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg; Served two tours. MO 2-3-66 * Westlake, Herman; Co D, 107th PENNSYLVANIA Inf. Buried Jefferson Cem., Grant Co., IN * Westlake, Jeremiah; Co C, 107th PENNSYLVANIA Inf. Buried Jefferson Cem., Grant Co., IN * Weston, Hugh, of Fairmount Township; Captain, Co A, 123rd Reg.; MO8-25-65. (1843-1915). Buried Fairmount Park Cem., Lot 262. Enlisted at New Point, IN. WESTON, HUGH- Married; (1) Rachal Abrams and bore 1 daughter; Sara Elva, (2) Elizabeth Colter, they had 1 daughter; Helen 'Nellie'. Hugh moved his family to Grant Co. from Franklin Co. IN in the spring of 1893. Hugh died 4-14-1915. Wethrow, Jacob, of Sims Twnshp.;Priv., Co I, 99th Reg.; MO 6-5-65. Enlisted at Xenia, IN Whipple, Irvin A., of Liberty Twp.; Priv., Unassigned in 22nd Reg. Whisler, Jonathan; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg. Disch. 3-20-63 w/disability. Whister, John; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg. Died at Bovina Station, Miss. White, Andrew Jackson, of Jalapa; Priv., Co C, 12th (3yr)Reg. ; MO 6-8-65. Died 2-22-1894 (56Y1M21D). Buried Raypholtz Cem., Grant Co., IN White, John O.; of Monroe Twp., Priv., 14th Lt. Artillary. Died 8-6-1863 at LaGrange, Tenn. Listed in Whitson's History as a Civil War Veteran, * White, Levi; Co H. 58th OHIO Inf. b. 9-24-40, d. 8-17-1909. In 1873 he left Ohio for Grant Co., Washington Twp. and here the remainder of his life was passed. (Whitson's history) Buried Union Chapel-Beekman, Grant Co., IN White, Lindsay; Co F, 28th USCI; Killed on railway in Grant county 1880. Buried Weaver Cem., Grant Co., IN White, Wilson; Co K, 52nd Reg. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Whiteman, James A.; Corpl., Co M, 5th Cav. ( 90th Reg.). Disch. 7-18-65. b.1839, d.1917. Buried Quaker Sec. IOOF Cem., Marion IN Whiteneck, Cornelius; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 * Whiteside, George S.; Co A, 5th PENNSYLVANIA Inf. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Whiteside, William B.; Co B, 74th Reg. Buried Tinkel Cem., Grant Co., IN Whitson, Eli M., of Jonesboro; Priv., Co I, 101st. Reg.; MO 7-3-65 Whitson, Ira K., of Jonesboro; Sergt., Co F, 34th Reg. Resigned 7-10-65 Whitson, James L.; Co E., 51st Reg. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Whitson, Martin V.; Co K, 1st IN Cav.(28th Reg.). Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Whitson, Willis; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg. Died at Memphis, Tenn. 2-28-63 * Whittaker, William, enlisted 9-9-1864, age 24 yrs. old, residence not listed, as a private in Co K 179th OHIO Inf. He was MO 6-17-1865 He was promoted to Corpl 5-1-1865. Buried in the Corey Cemetery, Grant County, Ind. Whitton, Benjamin F.; Sergt., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.; MO as private 8-6-61: 2nd tour served as Priv., Co A, 5th Cav., 90th Reg.; MO 6-15-65 Whitworth, T.E.; Co H, 31st Reg. Buried Thrailkill Cem., Grant Co., IN Whybrew, Joseph, of Fairmount Township; unassigned, drafted Sept 1864, reported at Indianapolis, took sick and died in Camp Carrington Hospital 11-30-64. b. 11-2-31, s. Joseph and Pheobe (Bull), m. Carolyn Dent circa 1850. Buried Back Creek Cem., Fairmount IN, body moved to Riverside Cem. Gas City, IN Wiand, Harrrison, of Marion; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65. Buried Quaker Sec. IOOF Cem., Marion IN Wiand, Samuel B.; Priv., Co F, 34th Reg. Died at De Crow's Point, Tex. 2-15-64. Wickersham, Oscar; Co I, 8th Reg. b. 1845, d.1919. Buried Riverside Cem., Grant Co. IN Widup, William; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65. Died at home, 1868. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Wilcuts, Calvin; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg. Died at Ft. Pickering, Tenn. 3-27-63. Wiles, Samuel; Priv., Co I, 138th Reg.; MO 9-21-64 Wiley, Anderson; 1st. Sergt., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg. Died Aug. 1863 of disease. Wilkins, Joseph E., of Marion; Priv., Co G, 26th Reg., MO 9-21-64 Willey, Daniel, of Richland Twp.; Priv., Co D, 40th Reg. Sub. for James Hasler Willhelm, Frederick; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg.; MO 7-19-65 Williams, Abraham; Priv., Co A, 137th Reg. Buried Converse Cem., Grant Co., IN (may be from Howard Co.) * Williams, Carritt; Co I, 1st OHIO Inf. Buried Thrailkill Cem., Grant Co., IN Williams, George H.; Corpl., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg. Trans as subst. to; Co C, 12th (3yr) Reg.; Prom. to 2nd Lt. then to 1st. Lt.; MO 2-16-64 Williams, George W.; Priv., Co C, 12th (3yr) Reg.; MO 6-8-65 Williams, Humphrey, of Marion; Priv., Co I, 59th Reg.; MO 7-17-65 Williams, James; 24th Batt., Lt. Art. Buried Quaker Sec. IOOF Cem., Marion IN Apr. 5, 1836 - Sept. 6, 1917 Williams, James A.; Priv., Co F, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Williams, John T.; Wagoner, Co I, 138th Reg.; MO 9-21-64 * Williams, M.B. Co G, 39th OHIO Inf. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Williams, Paul D. B.; Priv., Co H, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Williams, Robert H., of Jalapa; Priv., Co K, 34th Reg.; Served two tours. MO 2-3-66. Died 4-19-1918 and was buried 4-22-1918 in Plot 4 2674 Marion Nat'l Cem., Marion, Indiana Williams, Silas R., of Mier; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg.; MO 6-24-65 Williamson, Benjamin P.; Priv., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.; Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg. as Corp, appointed Serg, then promoted to 1st Lt.; MO as Sergt. 8-25-65 Williamson, Thomas, of Jalapa; Priv., Co K, 34th Reg.; Served two tours. MO 2-3-66 Williamson, Z. T., of Independence; Priv., Co K, 130th Reg.; MO 12-2-65 Wilson, Andrew; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg. Deserted 6-24-65 Wilson, Charles S., of Harrisburg; Corpl., Co A. 124th Reg.; MO 8-31-65 Wilson, Daniel; of Fairmount Twp. Listed in Whitson's History as a Civil War Veteran, but no info available from the State Civil War Archives or unable to determine which one he was. Wilson, James, of Independence; Priv., Co K, 130th Reg.; MO 12-2-65. Buried Thrailkill Cem., Grant Co., IN * Wilson, James H., of Granville, Delaware Co., IN, Co. K, 84th IN Inf. MI 8/25/1862 discharged 8/20/1863. Believe to be the same James Wilson listed above. He evidently moved to Independence and re-inlisted. Buried in the Thrailkill Cem. in Sec. G (Wilson name on stone has two l's - Willson). Wilson, Lindsey; entered the Union army as a Priv. of Co D, 33rd IN Inf. but was taken sick, and afterwards assigned to hospital work, he being physically unable for army service. Married Miss Jane Davis on Dec. 13, 1854. He fathered 9 children; John H., Mary M., Lucy, Rachel, William E., Elizabeth, Charles S., Martha J., and Merton L. b. 12-9-32, d. 5-20-1906. Buried Fairmount Park Cem., Lot 541 Wilson, Robert, of Sims Twnshp.; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg. Died on scouting expedition at Saratoga, Ky., 4-29-65 A member of D Company 153rd regiment. Organized at Indianapolis March 1, 1865. Commanded by Col. Oliver H.P. Cary. Sent to Russelville, KY. Engaged in fighting guerrillas. Robert Wilson shot dead on a scouting expedition near Saratoga, KY on April 29, 1865. Possible year of birth 1847. Wilson, Samuel T., of Point Isabel; Priv., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.; MO 8-6-61: 2nd tour served as Priv., Co K, 130th Reg.; MO 12-2-65 Wilson, Thomas, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co C, 89th Reg. Died at Memphis, Tenn. 11-14-63. b. 5-3-41, s. Jesse Ewell and Hannah (Hill). Buried Back Creek Cem., Fairmount IN Wilson, William G.of Marion; 2nd Lt., Co I, 101st Reg. MO 6-8-65 Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Winchel, Edward D.; Priv., unassigned, 87th Reg. WINCHEL, EDWARD - transfered to Co C, 142nd Reg. as Edwin Winchel. made corporal and MO 7-21-65. Windred, Edward D.; Priv., Co R, 87th Reg Winebrenner, Alexander, of Marion, Priv., Co I, 59th Reg.; MO 7-17-65 Winebrenner, John, of Marion; Priv., Co G, 44th Reg. Deserted 10-1-62. Wines, Andrew; Priv., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.; MO 8-6-61: 2nd tour, Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg. Died July 4, 1863 * Winger, John; Priv., Botetourt Co., Va.; Va. 57th Infantry; MI 6/15/1861, He was surrendered on 4/9/1865 at Appomattox Court House, Va. He was listed as: On rolls 2/15/1863 (place not stated) Hospitalized 6/14/1863 (place not stated) with diarrhea Returned 8/16/1863 (place not stated) On rolls 8/15/1864 (place not stated) Info from Virginia Regimental Histories Series. Buried in Marion I.O.O.F. Cem. Winslow, Allen; Priv., Co M, 12th Reg.; MO 6-21-65. b. 1-2-34, s. Daniel and Rebecca (Hiatt), m. Selah Baldwin 7-25-55 at Center Meetinghouse, d. 3-15-69. Buried Back Creek Cemetery, Fairmount IN Winslow, Cyrus, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co D, 33rd Reg.; MO 7-21-65. Winslow, Henry (Tobe), of Fairmount Township; Priv. unassigned, 32nd Reg. Trans. 6-5-64 to Co D, 139th Reg.; MO 7-21-65. Buried, Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 145 Winslow, Jonathan, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co C, 89th Reg.; MO 7-19-65 Winslow, Walker, of Fairmount Township; Priv, unassigned, 79th Reg.; MO Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 580 (no marker) Winton, Isaac, of Marion; Priv., Co F, 51st Reg.; MO 12-13-65 Wire (or Wise), Newton S.; Corpl., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; MO 12-8-63 Wissinger, Jacob; Priv., Co C, 87th Reg. Buried Converse Cem., Grant Co., IN (may be from Howard Co.) Wolf, Jasper N; Priv., Co. I, 142nd Reg. Buried Converse Cem., Grant Co., IN (may be from Howard Co.) Wolf, John (#1), of Marion; Priv., 12th Batt., Lt. Artillary; MO 7-7-65 Wolf, Lyman; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; MO 12-8-63 Wolf, William; of Pleasant Twp. Listed in Whitson's History as a Civil War Veteran, but no info available from the State Civil War Archives or unable to determine which one he was. Wolfe, J. H.;Co B, 15th US Inf. Buried Shiloh Cem., Grant Co., IN. Wonderly, Isaac of Marion; Sergt. Co I, 101st Reg., trans to Co D, 1st Engineer Corpl.; MO 9-26-65 Wood/Woods Wood, Francis M., of Liberty Twp.; Priv., Co K, 153rd Reg. Wood, James F.; Priv., Co G, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Wood, Marion, of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co K, 8th Reg.; Lt., 147th Reg. b. 1841, d.1909. Buried Fairmount Park Cem. Lot 390 Woods, Robert T. : b. 05 June 1844 : d. 21 May 1904 in Gas City, Indiana : interment, Marion I. O. O. F., block 30, lot 18 : CO "C" 9TH INDIANA INF. Woods, Samuel; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) IN Inf., appt. to Serg, prom. 2nd Lt.; Served two tours. MO 8-28-65 Wood, William, of Marion; 2nd Lt., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; prom. to 1st. Lt.; MO 5-19-62: 2nd tour served as 2nd Lt., prom. to Capt. in, Co I 101st Reg. Wood, William B., of Jalapa; Priv., Co F, 8th Reg.; Served two tours. MO 6-4-65 * Wood, Zeno; Sergt, Co D, 65th OHIO Inf. Born 1839. Buried IOOF Cem., Matthews IN Woodring, Valentine, of Jefferson Twp.; Priv., Unassigned in 32nd Reg. Substitute Woodruff, Robert B.; Corpl., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN. * Woody, Grey; Were Grey and Zenoah Woody brothers??? * Woody, Zenora; From the State Civil War Archives we find Zenoah B. Woody Zenoah B. Woody res. Dalton, Indiana, MI 9-29-1864, Co H, 140th Ind. Inf. MO 6-28-1865 Possibly became a Grant County resident sometime after the war. Woodyard, John M., of Jalapa; Musician, Co K, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66 as Corpl. Served two tours. Woolman, Burr, of Marion; Priv., Co K, 40th Reg.; MO 6-15-65 Woolman, Woodson; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62: 2nd tour served as Sergt., Co D, 153rd. Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Work, Henry J., of Marion; 2nd Lt., Co F, 34th Reg. Resigned 2-8-62. Work, James C.; Priv., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.; MO 8-6-61. Recruited Priv. Co F, 34th Reg.; prom. to Corpl. Disch. 8-2-65 w/disability Worl, Joseph; Priv., Co E, 19th Reg. Died at home. b.1834, d.1891. Buried IOOF Cem., Matthews IN Worster, Amos M.; Priv., Co H, 12th.(1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Worster, Charles W.; Corpl., Co H, 12th (1yr) Reg. Died at Sharpsbury, Md., on 12-7-61. Worster, John O.; 1st Sergt., Co H, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Worster, John W.; Priv., Co H, 12th. (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Worth, James C; served 2 tours, one in Co F, 34th Reg. Worthington, Henry; Served 2 tours, one in Co K, 34th Reg. Wray, John, of Jalapa; Priv., Co K, 34th Reg.; MO 2-3-66 Wright, C.W.; Co H, 101st Reg. Buried Thrailkill Cem., Grant Co., IN. Wright, Clayborne; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Wright, Eli D.; Priv., Co A, 5th Cav., 90th Reg. Died at Cumberland Gap, Ky in 1864 Wright, Francis M., of Mier; Priv., Co F, 8th (3yr) Reg.; Served two tours. Served 2nd tour on 1-1-64. MO 8-28-65. Wright, George, of Simms Twp.; Priv., 2nd Batt., Lt. Art. Wright, James; res. Grant Co., IN; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg. Died at Ft. Pickering, Tenn 6-7-63. Enlisted on 8/30/1862 as a Private. On 8/30/1862 he mustered into "C" Co. IN 89th Infantry He died at Fort Pickering, TN 06/07/1863, PVT C 89 IND INF, Plot: 2488 Memphis Natl Cemetery, Memphis,TN Wright, James R; Co I, 63rd Reg. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Wright, John; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg.; MO 7-19-65: 2nd tour served as Priv., Co F, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Wright, Joseph R., of Fairmount Township; Priv. Co I, 63rd Reg. Trans. to V.R.C.; MO 5-1-65 Wright, Marion; From the 1860 census of Grant County we find Marion Wright age 20 living in Richland Twp. and born in Virginia pg. 370. Also found him listed in Whitson's History as a Civil War Veteran, but no info available from the State Civil War Archives. Wright, Robert W., of Franklin Twp.; Priv., Co K, 23rd Reg. Sub. for David Kelley Wright, Samuel; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg.; MO 1-27-63. Died at home in 1891 Buried at Olive Branch Cem. Grant Co., Ind. Wright, William; Priv., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.; MO 8-6-61 Wright, William R, of Mier.; Priv., Co F, 8th (3yr) Reg. Re-enlisted on 1-1-64; MO 8-28-65 Wright, Zenas J., of Independence; Priv., Co K, 130th Reg.; MO 12-2-65 Wrone, Michael; Priv., Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; MO 8-28-65 Wydop, William, of center Twp.; Priv., Co D, 153rd Reg.

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Yaryen, Andrew J., of Van Buren; Priv., Co I, 13th Reg.; MO 11-11-65 Yates, Enoch; Priv. Co M, 5th Cav., 90th Reg. Disch. 11-15-62 by civil authority. Young, Benjamin F.; Corpl., Co D, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65. Died at home, March 1889. Young, Farlow S.; Priv., co b, 8th (3mo) Reg.; MO 8-6-61. Young, Henry; Priv., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg; Musician, Co H, 8th (3yr) Reg.; Trans to Co C, 12th (3yr) Reg., then to Co K of 12th (3yr) Reg. Additional Information: (gathered from pension records) YOUNG, HENRY; of Marion. Priv. Co. K, 8th (3mo) Reg. on 4-23-61. MO w/company. Re-enlisted for 3 years Co. K, then Co. C, of 12th Reg. MO 6-8-65 w/his company. m. Mary E Fye on 10-16-1845 in Hagerstown Ohio. Moved to Marion, IN before war. Young, Joseph, of Marion; Priv., Co G, 26th. Reg.; MO 9-21-64 Young, Sencca, of Liberty Twp.; Priv, Co K, 153rd Reg. Youngman, William, of Simms Twp., Priv., Co K, 17th Reg.

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Zambran, Jacob, of Marion; Priv., Co G, 44th Reg. Died at Murfreesboro, Tenn. 1-21-63 Zeek, Daniel, Co C, 89th Reg. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN. Zeek, David; Corpl., Co C, 89th Reg.; MO 7-19-65. Died at home 1-1-77. Zeek, Farlow S., of Jonesboro; Priv., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.; MO 8-6-61: 2nd tour served as 1st. Lt., Co D, 89th Reg.prom. to Capt. Honorable disch. 10-27-64. Zeek, Jehu; Co E, 59th Reg. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN. Zeek, Joel; served 2 tours, one in Co F, 34th Reg. Zeek, John; Co E, 59th Reg.; MO 8-3-65. Buried Riverside Cem., Gas City, IN Zeek, Joseph, Was a 'teamster' in Civil War(1861-1866). b. 4-2-45 in Anderson IN. disch from war 2-3-66 at Brownsville TX. Tried several times to get a veterans pension but unsuccessful. His wife got a widow's pension after he died. Married to Elizabeth Highfield on 8-19-66. They had 15 children, 6 sons and 9 daughters; Rachel, Nancy, Ollie, Harrison, Jannie, Ella, Mary Ella, Louise Conda, Joseph, Cora, William, Grace M., Johnie, Georgia, and James Frank. After war he continued working with horses and mules. He helped build streets and country roads using his horses and wagons to haul gravel and drag and grade the roads. Joseph Zeek died June 1913. Zeller, Daniel; Priv., Co A, 5th. Cav., 90th Reg. Died in rebel prison 1-11-64. Zeller, Morgan; Principal Musiccian, field & Staff, 8th Reg.; MO 8-28-65. Died at home in 1866 Zent, John, of Marion; Priv., Co B, 8th (3mo) Reg.; MO 8-6-61: 2nd tour served as Priv., Co M, 5th. Cav., 90th Reg.; MO 6-6-65 Zook, Caleb, of Marion; Musician, Co K, 91st (1yr) Reg.; MO 8-31-65 Misc. Information Nixon Winslow, life member of Friends Church. "During the civil War he was drafted but faithful to the principles of Society of Friends and true to the doctrines of his forefathers, he paid $300 rather than enter the army." John Winslow (bro of Nixon) hired Silas Cook as substitute for himself when drafted.

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