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Indiana in the US Civil War (USA) 1861-1865

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  • Capt John Wesley Marshall (USA) (1833 - 1904)
    A son of John Marshall (1789-1838) and Margaret Hughes, he was born near Nolynn Baptist Church in what was then Hardin County, Kentucky but later became the "new" county of LaRue. His first wife was An...
  • Pvt Henry Clay Graham (USA) (1846 - 1905)
    Aged 59 years 15 days H.C. Graham was born in Indiana, October 20th, 1846 and died at his home at Farmington, Kansas November 5, 1905, being 59 years and 15 days.In March 1866 he was united in marriage...
  • Pvt Edward P. Wells (1844 - 1904)
    WELLS, Edward P. Pvt.1844- 1904, Co. H. 20th. Regiment, 1st NY ~Lincoln Cavalry~Edward Wells of Stevens county, is now one of the leading ranchers and stockmen in the valley. The son of Marcus and Luci...
  • William Foster Barbour, Jr (1846 - 1934)
    The son of William Foster & Elizabeth (Varner) Barbour, his whereabouts in 1860 remain elusive, but by early 1864, he was obviously in Indiana. A clerk and farmer by trade, he stood 5' 8" tall and had ...
  • Pvt. Robert Snodgrass (USA) (1840 - c.1890)
    Enlisted in Company E, Indiana 22nd Infantry Regiment on 15 Aug 1861.Mustered out on 17 May 1864 at Rome, GA.

This project is used to relate all units from Indiana who served in the Union Army.

Indiana in the American Civil War on Wikipedia

See also on the Internet:

  • Civil War - Indiana: Indiana's role in the Civil War, including a Soldier Search and Indiana Regimental Histories.
  • Civil War Regiment Recruitments by Indiana Counties: Placement of recruitment of Indiana's Civil War regiments and batteries, arranged by counties.
  • Indiana State Digital Archives: Civil War: A searchable database that contains over 213,000 individual records. Each record contains information about a soldier's age, muster in and out dates and location, company, regiment, and any additional available notes. These notes may include ranks, transfers, desertion information, punishment, mortality status and cavalry or battery unit.