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

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  • Col. Henry Charles DeAhna, (USA) (c.1826 - d.)
    H.C. DeAhna was a collector of customs for the United States Department of the Treasury, and from August 14, 1877 to March 26, 1878 was the highest-ranking federal official in the Department of Alask...
  • Martin van Buren Manley (1836 - 1902)
    Martin Van Buren Manley was born in Ripley County, Indiana, the son of Martin Manley, born 1805 at Montpelier, Washington County, Vermont, and Huldah Hofford, born 1807 at Mansfield, Cattaraugus County...
  • Pvt. Lyman Oliver Nye (1832 - 1888)
    155th Regt. Ind. Vol. Inf. Lyman Oliver Nye served in Company D, 155th Indiana Infantry Regiment in the Union Army during the American Civil War. He enlisted in his regiment on 28 Mar 1865. Mustered ...
  • (USA), Albert H. Carpenter (1838 - 1893)
    Inscription on military tombstone; PVT CO F 48 IND INF Note: PVT CO A 48 IND INF - Marker is mismarked "CO F" 48th Regiment Indiana Infantry- This Unit was organized at Goshen, Indiana, December 5,...
  • John S. McClure (1824 - 1894)
    Notes: There is family discussions on whether the family name was McCluer or McClure. The tall headstone is spelled McCluer, and the Civil War stone is spelled McClure. This is not two people, but rath...

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.