of residence of enrollees at Mustering Elm, August
John W. Honnold, John Barker, Lindsay
Henson, Samuel J. Heston, David Hixon, Aaron W. Love, Michael Shirey,
Doyle Bowden, Philip Carter, James Conquest, Jeremiah Clutts, George H.
John G. Crane, John W. Crook, John Dew, Jacob H. Dumond, Joseph N.
James W. Freeman, William S. Gaither, Benjamer, Zacheus B. Huff,
James, Lewis James, Peter Jones, James L. Lawyer, Thomas Marlow, Samuel
Charles W. Marshall, Albert McBride, Mark McBride, Andrew Parker,
Parker, William G. Parker, Alexander C. Porter, David R. Porter,
Reinbold, Philip Rumpf, George Sanders, John Sanders, Richard Sanders,
Sharum, Alex D. Swaney, Jonathan Webster, Boaz Weshafer, Levi Wildman,
Duke Fraim, Reuben T. Ellis, James W.
Gardner, William J. Gardiner, Crook Love, James B. Love, Moses Love,
John B. Corbin,
Abraham Fisher, James W. Lewis, John R. Meek, Lemuel Owens, Hiram Sims,
Abner R. Brown
Trinity Springs - Arthur D. Hastins, John Gaither, Joseph Guthridge, Samuel P. Etchison, Benjamin James, Thomas Miller, Nathaniel Dickerson, Lewis J. Baker, Lindsay Farris, Marshall Lane, Joel B. Norman, Asa Redyard, Philip Reinbold, William Rickets, Canaan Sellers, Moses Sellers, Lewis A. Sheeks, George Tempey, Henry F. Utterback, Isaac Utterback, Robert A. Wallace, John B. Williams
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James Marley. Mustered in August 18, 1862; promoted
Lieutenant October 2, 1863; promoted to 1st
Lieutenant May 12, 1865.
Born June 9, 1838 Orange county, died January 14, 1917
records in the holdings of the Martin County Genealogical Society
evidence of 4
Private Company F, 39th
Indiana Infantry Volunteers, reorganized to the 8th
Inf. Vols. Disability from stomach disease and scurvy from exposure in
A. Harper –
Private Company [E]
& I, 93rd Regiment. Received head wound
in service and served 9
cheson [sic] Private Company I, 91st
Regiment. Contracted scurvy and spinal trouble in
named veterans listed themselves s residents of Martin county during
enrollments but follow up data was found only for Andrew Richardson who
Martin county in 1907 and is buried in Little Hickory cemetery, which
located on land now occupied by the federal government.
mustered in August 29, 1861, mustered
out June 18, 1865. Resided in Bartholomew county at enrollment; Center
A. Harper –
Mustered in January
3, 1864, mustered out November 11, 1865. Resided in Walesboro,
county at enrollment; Center township Martin county 1886 enrollment.
Andrew J. Richardson – Mustered in January 1, 1864, mustered out January 8, 1866.
Martin County Veterans who died at Andersonville
September 10, 1864
Pvt. Co. C, 14th
the area around
in November, 1863, slave labor was utilized to begin clearing the area
construction of the prison. The immense pine trees were cut into 20
planted 5 feet into the ground for a stockade, the inner one 1540 feet
750 feet wide, and was enclosed by another stockade that eventually
26 acres. A deadline 18 feet from the inner stockade greatly limited
inhabitable space. There were sentry boxes atop the inner stockade and
gates, North and South, each equipped with artillery to repel
inside the stockades.
planned to hold 10,000 prisoners, the first prisoners arrived from
the remains of veterans of the Union forces buried at Milledgeville,
commandant of the prison during its existence was taken to