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White County, Indiana

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  • Sergeant Jacob Steel Buchanan, (USA) (1830 - 1893)
    Jacob Steel Buchanan Name Jacob Buchanan Enlistment Date 29 April 1862 Enlistment Rank Corporal Muster Date 29 April 1862 Muster Place Indiana Muster Company D Muster Regiment 63rd Infantry Muster...
  • Arzada May Deckard (1891 - 1905)
  • Roy Walter Hacker (1893 - 1966)
  • Pvt. George W. Daggy, (USA) (1845 - 1914)
    son of Samuel James Daggy & Sarah/Sally Myers/Meyers m. 31 Oct 1844 Brown Co., IN1850 Jackson Twp., Brown Co., IN Samuel Daggy 28yrs b. VA, farmer Sally 27yrs b. TN George W. 5yrs b. IN John H. 3yrs b....
  • Emma B Smith (1846 - 1925)

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On 1 February 1834 the state approved the creation of this county, directing that it be named for Isaac White of Equality, Illinois, who was killed at the Battle of Tippecanoe in 1811. White was a Colonel in the Illinois militia, who volunteered to serve as a Private in the Indiana militia in the march against Prophetstown. He was placed under the command of Kentucky Maj. Joseph Hamilton Daveiss. The two exchanged swords in a demonstration of mutual respect at Fort Vincennes. In the Battle of Tippecanoe, they died together and were buried in a common grave at Battle Ground.

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Badger Grove | Bell Center | Big Creek | Brookston | Buffalo | Burnettsville | Cass | Cedar Point | Chalmers | East Monticello | Golden Hill | Guernsey | Headlee | Honey Creek | Idaville | Indiana Beach | Jackson | Lee | Liberty | Lincoln | Monon | Monticello (County Seat) | Norway | Prairie | Princeton | Reynolds | Round Grove | Seafield | Sitka | Smithson | Springboro | Union | West Point | Wolcott




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