Civil War Soldiers
of
Grant County, Indiana

Compiled by Mark Davis & Karen Marshall ©2011
Additional photos by John Peck ©2011


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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.
If you have additional information, service records, or photographs that you would like to have included here, please contact John Peck

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


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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 Cemetery, Gas City IN Grave Marker Monument 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 Veterans Reserve Corps Jackson, John W.; Co B, 6th or 7th USCI. Buried Weaver Cemetery, Grant Co., IN. (No marker) 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 Cemetery, Upland, Grant Co., IN Grave Marker Jadden, Gilbert; Priv., Co C, 89th Reg.; MO 7-19-65. Buried Jefferson Cemetery, Upland, Grant Co., IN Grave Marker 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 Cemetery, Sec. B, Grant Co. IN Grave Marker 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 Cemetery, Fairmount, IN Grave Marker Jeffery, Henry R., of Fairmount Township; Corp, Co H, 118th Reg.; MO 3-1-64. b. 1844, d. 1911. Buried Park Cemetery Lot 500, Fairmount, IN Grave Marker Jeffery, Samuel; Priv., Co A, 69th Reg; MO 7-5-65. Buried Quaker Sec., IOOF Cemetery (Estates of Serenity),Marion IN Grave Marker 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 Park Cemetery Lot 499, Fairmount, IN Grave Marker 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 National 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 Cemetery Gas City, IN Grave Marker 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 Cemetery, Grant Co., IN Grave Marker (Broken) 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 Cemetery of Gas City, Ind. He was married to Mary Ann Zeek. Grave Marker 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 Cemetery, Fairmount, IN Lot 580 Grave Marker 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 Cemetery, Grant Co., IN Grave Marker 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 Cemetery, Grant Co., IN Grave Marker 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 Cemetery (Estates of Serenity), 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. Grave Marker * 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 Park Cemetery Lot 252, Fairmount, IN. Grave Marker 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 Cemetery, Sec. F, Grant Co., IN Grave Marker 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 Judy, John A.; Priv., Co B, 42nd Reg.; MO 7-21-65. Buried Converse Cemetery, Sec. H, Grant Co., IN, (may be from Howard Co.) Grave Marker Julian, George W.; Priv., Co K 34th Ind. Inf. Died Feb. 11, 1864, Buried at Chalmette National 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. Lost an eye from an explosion while salvaging goods off a sunken CSA ship. He soon lost sight in the other eye. Buried Jefferson Cemetery, Upland, Grant Co., IN Grave Marker Portrait 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 Cemetery, Grant Co., IN Grave Marker 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 Park Cemetery Lot 379, Fairmount, IN Grave Marker Kelsay (Kelsey), 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 Park Cemetery Lot 432, Fairmount, IN. Grave Marker 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. Buried IOOF Cemetery (Estates of Serenity), Marion, IN Grave Marker Monument 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 Cemetery Grant/Madison Co., IN Grave Marker 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 Park Cemetery Lot577, Fairmount, IN. Enlisted at Buena Vista, IN Grave Marker 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 Cemetery, Upland, Grant Co., IN Grave Marker 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 Cemetery, Sec. A, Grant Co., IN Grave Marker 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. Died 1-5-1892 (65Y.8M.18D.) Buried Harmony Baptist Cemetery, Grant Co.,IN. Grave Marker Kidner, John W., of Marion; Priv., Co I, 57th Reg.; disch. 10-28-62. Buried Hog Creek/Ballinger Cemetery, Grant Co. IN. Grave Marker 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, Buried Chattanooga National Cemetery, Plot 2241, Chattanooga, TN Grave Marker Kilgore, Joseph; Priv., Co D, 54th (1yr) Reg.; MO 12-8-63. b. 1842 no death date on stone. Buried Atkinson Cemetery, Grant Co., IN Obituary Grave Marker 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 History of Grant County pg. 1266). Kimball, Dr. Thomas Clement of Marion, Priv. State Civil War records list his residence as Wabash, 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 Park Cemetery Lot 584, Fairmount, IN Grave Marker 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 Buried Salem Cemetery, Grant Co., IN. Grave Marker King, John B.; Priv., Co M, 5th Cav., 90th Reg.; MO 9-15-65 Buried Riverside Cemetery, Gas City, IN Grave Marker 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 Park Cemetery Lot 316, Fairmount, IN Grave Marker Kirkman, Jesse, of Logansport; Priv. Co B, 142nd Reg.; MO 6-28-65. Buried Converse Cemetery, Sec. E, Grant Co. IN Grave Marker 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 (CSA). 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, Madison Co., IN Grave Marker 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 Cemetery, 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. Grave Marker Family Portrait 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 Cemetery, Delaware, Co., IN Grave Marker 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 Veterans Reserve Corps 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. Buried Tinkle Cemetery, Grant Co., IN Grave Marker Knote, William F.; Sergt., Co H, 101st Reg.; MO 6-24-65. 1842-1916. Buried Thrailkill Cemetery, Grant Co. IN Grave Marker 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 (C207) (No Marker) 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 Cemetery, Sec. C, Grant Co., IN (may be from Howard Co.) Grave Marker

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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 Cemetery, Sec. A, Grant Co., IN. Grave Marker Ladd, William T., of Jonesboro; Corp, Co C, 140th Reg.; MO 7-11-65 Buried Zion Church Cemetery, Delaware Co., IN Grave Marker 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 Park Cemetery Lot 177,Fairmount, IN. Grave Marker 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 Cemetery, Gas City, IN Grave Marker 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 Cemetery (Estates of Serenity), Marion IN Grave Marker 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 Cemetery, Grant Co., IN Grave Marker Monument 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 New Knox Cemetery, Sec. G, Grant Co., IN Grave Marker * 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 Cemetery, Grant Co., IN Grave Marker 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 National Cemetery, plot P-5677, Chattanooga, TN Grave Marker 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 Cemetery (Estates of Serenity), 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 Cemetery, Sec. C, Grant Co., IN (may be from Howard Co.) Grave Marker 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 Cemetery, Fairmount IN Grave Marker 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 New Knox Chapel Cemetery, Sec. J, Grant Co. IN. Grave Marker 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 Park Cemetery Lot 218, Fairmount, IN Grave Marker 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 Park Cemetery Lot 336, Fairmount, IN Grave 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 Cemetery, Fairmount IN (No marker 2010) 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 Cemetery, Fairmount IN Grave Marker 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 Cemetery, Fairmount IN Grave Marker 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 Cemetery, Grant Co. IN Grave Marker 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 Cemetery (Estates of Serenity), Marion IN Grave Marker Long, James M.; Priv., Co I, 58th Reg. Buried Hog Creek/Ballinger Cemetery, Grant Co. IN Grave Marker Long, Oliver M., of Sims Twnshp.; Priv., Co I, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62. Buried Thrailkill Cemetery, Grant Co., IN Grave Marker 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 Cemetery, Grant Co., IN Grave Marker Longon, William; Sergt., Co K, 153rd Reg.; MO 9-4-65 Looker, W.H.; Priv., Co F, 39th Reg. Buried Hog Creek/Ballinger Cemetery, Grant Co., IN Grave Marker 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 * Lottridge, Francis M.: Capt. 114 U.S.C.I. Born McArthur, OH Enlisted 10-21-61 54th Ohio Inf. as Pvt. Disch. disability 7-12-1862. Enlisted 9-29-63 12th Ohio Cav. as Sgt. through 7-9-1864. Promoted to Capt. 114th U.S. Colored Infantry 7-10-1864 at Lexington KY. MO 8-23-1865. Resident of Jay Co. in 1870. Occupation:blacksmith, later of Jonesboro. Entered Marion Soldiers Home Oct. 1909. Died 3-13-1911. Buried Riverside Cemetery, Gas City, IN Grave Marker (Source: U.S. National Homes for Disabled Soldiers, 1866-1938 @ Ancestry.com) 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 Park Cemetery Lot 317, Fairmount, IN. Grave Marker Love, Irwin; Co G, 153rd Reg. b. 9-28-11840, d. 5-11-1899. Buried IOOF Cemetery (Estates of Serenity), Marion IN Grave Marker Monument 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 Cemetery (Estates of Serenity), Marion IN Grave Marker Loveland, Augustus B.; Co A, 25th Reg. Died 1-17-1902 (75Y28D). Buried Thrailkill Cemetery, Grant Co., IN Grave Marker * 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 Veterans Reserve Corps 11-1-63. b. 9-25-44, d. 1-12-1937. Buried Riverside Cemetery, Gas City, IN Grave Marker Lucas, Daniel C.; Co B, 33rd Reg.; MO 6-22-65. b. 3-31-27, d. 7-24-1905. Buried Riverside Cemetery, Gas City, IN Grave Marker 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 Buried at Vicksburg National Cemetery, Sec.L plot 6079. Grave Marker 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 Cemetery, Gas City, IN Grave Marker Lucas, Theophilus F., of Joneboro; Priv., Co I, 101st Reg.; MO 6-24-65. Buried Converse Cemetery, Sec. B, Grant Co., IN Grave Marker 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. Died 1/18/1915. Buried Van Buren Cemetery, Van Buren, IN Grave Marker 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 Creek Cemetery, Grant Co., IN Grave Marker Lynch, Andrew W.; Co K, 11th Reg. Buried Thrailkill Cemetery, Grant Co., IN Headstone down and badly deteriorated. Grave Marker Lyon, Henry R.; Corpl., CoH, 12th (1yr) Reg.; MO 5-19-62 Lyon, John F.; Co.__, 32nd Reg. b. 1836, d.1916. Buried Shiloh Cemetery, Grant Co., IN Grave Marker 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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