Newton County and the Civil War
Most of the information on this page originally appeared in
the Newton County Historical Society's newsletter, "The Newcomer". For
reseacher's sake, we've compiled them here in one spot.
Special to Kyle Conrad for his timeless efforts to document each and
every Civil War Veteran with ties to Newton County. The majority of the
information here was contributed by him. Also, a special thanks to
Bernie Murphy for documenting the 99th Regiment, and to John Yost for
his history of the 51st.
County and the Civil War - A bit of background
History of Memorial Day
Life During the Civil War
Please email your information on your Civil War Vet to firstname.lastname@example.org to have it
included on this site. Please include a low resolution .jpg of any
photos if possible.
Family (related to Harris Family)
John Harris Family
Harris Family Letters
John H. Higgins
Lt. Col. David
Soliders and Infantry History
History of Newton
County Regiments and Rosters - submitted by Dennis Boyd, extracted
from John Ade's "Newton County, 1853-1911".
99th Indiana Volunteer
51st Indiana Volunteer
Infantry, Company B
Dennis Boyd's Compilation of the 51st Infantry "The
Indiana 51st Regiment"
Enlistment Records of 51st Indiana, Company B
Civil War Dead
County Civil War Burials
Grand Army of the Republic - GAR
Roster of Newton County GAR Posts
History of Newton County GAR and Images of Applications
The Cannon and McKinley Park,