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 BEATTY, William W., Co. G, 40th Ill. Inf.
BAXTER, Abraham Lewis, Corporal, Capt.. Bryan's CO B 9th Reg. KY Inf., enlisted at Camp Anderson KY at age 18, 5 ft. 10 in. tall. fair, blue eyes, dark hair. b. 1843 Monroe CO KY, d. 1929 Terre Haute IN, b. Moore's Ridge Cemetery, Orange CO IN. M. Luvisa A. Spaulding, 6 Aug. 1865 in Orange CO IN.
BAXTER, David, Private, Capt.. Bryan's CO B, 9 Reg. KY Inf., b. Cane Creek Cemetery, Orange CO IN. Uncle of above mention soldiers.
BAXTER, Elbert Henderson, Private, Capt.. Bryan's CO. B9 Reg. KY Inf., 24 Sept, 1861 -4 Aug. 1862, at age 19, 5 ft. 10 in. tall, fair, blue eyes, light hair. b.22 Dec. 1841 KY, M. 21 May 1865 in Jackson Twp. Orange CO IN, Mary Mildred Love, d. 1935 buried Clearfield Iowa.
COPE, Andrew J. Co. I, 7th Ky. Cav
GRIDER, Israel, Co. F, 5th Reg. Ky. Cav.; see pension file
MARSHALL, John; (1831-1902); Confederate Soldier; wife Mary A.; bur. Stampers Creek Baptist Church, Orange County, IN
McCART, Alonzo Riley, Co. F, 7th Iowa Infantry, born in Orange County
WILLIAMS, John Robert, bur. at Beech Grove Cem., b. 8 Jun 1839, d. 1 Apr 1863 at Columbus, Ky., son of Robert and Mary. Co. D, 40 Reg. Iowa Volunteers; according to descendant Robert Williams, John died of disease on March 30th 1863 at Columbus, KY. FAULKNER, Alfred,Co. H, 80th Ill Reg. enrolling at Central City Ill 12 Aug 1862 and was discharged at Camp Harker Tenn 10 Jun 1865. captured at Rome, Georgia, May 3, 1863, confined at Richmond Virginia May 3-15, 1863, when he was paroled at City Point. (Reference: National Archives Alfred Faulkner Pension File WC 331.133). Alfred was born 2 Aug 1832 Green Co. Ky. the son of William Faulkner and Anna Harned, married 20 Mar 1859 Marion Co. Ill to Amanda Caroline Grubb (formerly of Southeast Twp., Orange Co.), and died 2 Jun 1911 at the Home for Disabled Soldiers, Danville, Ill where he is buried. Alfred resided in Southeast Twp, Orange Co. from about 1842 to 1859, and then again in 1865.
FAULKNER, Joseph Franklin;private in Co. F, 49th Ill Reg, enrolling 18 Dec 1861 at Richview, Ill. He received a gunshot wound to his right foot at the Battle of Shiloh 6 Apr 1862, and a disability discharge 15 Aug 1862 at Jackson Tenn. The records of the Adjutant General also indicated that he was disabled by a deafness of the right ear and partial deafness of the left ear at Shiloh. (Reference: National Archives, Joseph Faulkner Pension file WC 473.645). ). He was 2 Mar 1834 Green Co. Ky. the son of William Faulkner and Anna Harned. He married Sarah Catharine Long 19 Oct 1863 Orange Co. Ind and died 4 Feb 1898 being buried in the Paoli Old Town Cemetery. After the War he studied medicine practicing at Schnellsville and Birdeye in Dubois Cos. Refer also to the History of Pike and Dubois Counties, Ind, 1885, pg.721-722.
OLIVER, H.P.; b 6 Jan 1826 in Orange County, IN. d. 1892 and is bur in Mercer County, MO Co C KS 5th Cav.
SMITH, Joseph Andrew., Born September 2, 1841 Orange County, Indiana; Died June 11, 1922 Cosby, Andrew County, Missouri. Buried Bethel Cemetery, Andrew County, Missouri. Served in Company C, 25th Regiment, Enrolled Missouri Militia, July 29, 1862 - April 3, 1863; Company D, 3rd Regiment, Provisional Enrolled Missouri Militia, May 6, 1863 - October 2, 1863; Company B, 12th Missouri Cavalry Volunteers, September 28, 1863 - May 29, 1865.
Obituary for Joseph A. Smith :
Aged Andrew County Man Dies Near Cosby June 11 After Life of Usefulness Joseph A. Smith died at his home near Cosby, Sunday June 11, 1922 at the age of 80 years, 9 months and 9 days. He had been a resident of Andrew County since 1851. Joseph A Smith was born in Orange County, Indiana, September 2, 1841. He moved with his parents to Missouri, Andrew County in 1851. He enlisted in the 12th Missouri Calvary at the age of 18 and served his country three years and was honorably discharged. He was united in marriage October 28, 1869, to Liza Castle who died at her home August 19 1877. To this union two children were born William J. Smith of Helena Montana and Mrs. A. M. Kimberlin of Helena. He was united in marriage in 1879 to Alice Orange (Oren). To this union three chi1dren were born. Mrs. J. E. Wright and Mrs. W. H. Lafon both of St. Joseph and Mrytle Mae Smith who went before him at the age of three years. He leaves nineteen grandchildren. Mr. Smith united with the Bethel Baptist Church in February 1889. He was ever unselfish and kind always doing something for others even to the last day, planning something to do or have done for the benefit or the pleasure or comfort of those around him. He had been failing in health for six years. Rev S. Riggs conducted the funeral services Tuesday at 12 o'clock at the Bethel Church. The many beautiful flowers expressed the love of the relatives, neighbors and friends who followed the remains to the Bethel Cemetery, where the body was laid to rest. The Odd Fellows gave their burial rites. He leaves to mourn his going, his wife, his children and his grandchildren, other relatives and many friends. Servant of God, well done. Thy glorious warfare's past, the battle fought, the race is won, and thou are crowned at last.
Wright, Joshua  Captain Co. D 19th Iowa Inf.
WRIGHT, William H. H.  Co A 2 KY Inf. 

Unit Unknown
BISHOP, William P.; (1833-1862); bur. Stampers Creek Baptist Church, Orange County, IN
BURGESS, William F.; (1839-1901); bur. Stampers Creek Baptist Church, Orange County, IN
CAVANAUGH, John, step-son of Pleasant and Rachel McCART
COX, Charles, killed in action, 48th Ind. Inf. Co. Unknown
FLICK, James, killed in action
McCART, James H.
McCART, James Marion, Indiana Guard
REED, Peter; unassigned recruits, U.S. Colored Troops; enrolled 12 Oct 1864 at Jeffersonville, IN as a substitute for Alexander Smith who was drafted in Northeast Twp.; mustered in 12 Oct 1864 at Jeffersonville, IN for one year; age 29
THOMAS, Josiah W. 1st SGT. Union Army Stampers Creek, Indiana.   HONORS courtesy of CPO Jerry C. Condra, USN Ret.
TOLBERT, Thomas

First US Cavalry
WRIGHT, William

Fifth Indiana Cavalry Company B
PARKS, Thomas H.,When his country called for defenders, he left his young wife and two children in their newly-made home and hastened to the front. He saw hard service in the raids at Huntsville, Ala; Moulton, Ala., and Newmarket, Tenn. He spent some time with Col. Horner of the 5th Tennessee cavalry as a scout in the Cumberland mountains. He enlisted in Co. B, Fifth Indiana cavalry, but, before the close of the war was transferred to Co. A, where he remained until mustered out of service, Sept. 14, 1865.

Sixth Regiment Indiana Cavalry 
Company G
WAY, Samuel Newton, Private, enrolled 27 Jul 1862 at Montezuma, Parke County for 3 years, mustered out with company 17 June 1865 at Pulaski, TN. Born in Chatham County, NC and raised in Paoli Twp, Orange County. Son of William and Charity Way; wife 1) Abigail Moore Tillery; 2) Mrs. Carrie M. Glenn. Died 30 Jul 1913 in Rockville, Parke, IN.

Thirteenth Regiment Company E. United States Colored Troops
From "Forgotten Hoosiers", Coy D. Robbins Pages 56-59 Used with permission

LOCUST, Simon; drafted from Orange Co., IN on 23 Sep 1864 for one year; mustered in 15 Oct 1864 at Jeffersonville, IN; age 40; mustered out 18 Oct 1865
PORTER, James; sent as a substitute from Orange Co.; mustered in 4 Apr 1865, mustered out 23 May 1865

112th Regiment 13th Indiana Cavalry
QUARTERMAN, James Reside, Prv. 112th Regiment-13th Cavalry- enrolled on 9-July-1863 at Orleans, Orange Co. Iniana at the age of 17, mustered out on 17-July-1863. Re-enlisted 18-December-1863 at New Albany, Indiana by Major L. Stout, mustered out at Vicksburg, Mississippi on 18-November-1865

131st Regiment Company B 13th Indiana Cavalry
SCOTT, Thomas J.; (1846-1940); Mustered in 3 August 1864, Mustered out 7 June 1865; see obituary1  obituary2
SCOTT, William E. (1841-1870), Blacksmith Mustered in 28 December 1863, Mustered out 18 November 1865
GILCHRIST, David
QUARTERMAN, James,

13th Regiment Company E Indiana Cavalry
COMPTON, James Franklin, b. 11 Feb 1830 Orange Co., NC; d. 10 Sep 1895 Orange Co., IN served in Co. E from 4 Jan 1864 to 10 June 1865. His wife was Nancy Ray of NC.
COMPTON, John; private; Company E, 13 Reg't Indiana Cavalry. Enrolled 2 Jan 1864 for three years; age 23; mustered in 27 Jan 1864 at New Albany, Indiana; died 21 June 1864 of typhoid fever at Division No. 2 Hospital in Murfreesboro, Tennessee; buried 22 May 1864 at Murfreesboro, Tennessee.
COMPTON, Thomas; private; Company E, 13 Reg't Indiana Cavalry. Enrolled 2 Jan 1864 for three years; age 30; mustered in 27 Jan 1864 at New Albany, Indiana; mustered out 18 Nov 1865 at Vicksburg, Mississippi; wife: Martha Frentress.

13th Regiment Company F Indiana Cavalry
BRINER, George Jacob 13th Indiana Cavalry , Co. F, died in Huntsville, AL Prison, His grave was later moved to Chattanooga National Cemetery, Grave 10509. His father was Isaac Briner, who is buried in Old Baptist Cemetery near French Lick.
DAUGHTERY, George Washongton 13th Indiana Cavalry, Co. F, enlisted 1-4-1864 Paoli IN,under the command of Wm. Coffin. contacted jaundice and pneumonia Huntsville AL 7/1864, contacted typhoid pneumonia Paducah KY 10/1864 and went to Clay General Hospital in Louisville KY then 11-5-1864 transferred to Brown General Hospital in Louisville KY. Mustered out 7-3-1865. b 1838 Southeast Twp Orange County IN 1-6-1897 Humansville, Polk County, MO. Married Mary A. Moore (from Orange County) 11-11-1860
FARLOW, Nathan Maris Union Army Commissary Sergeant. Paoli, Indiana.  HONORS courtesy of CPO Jerry C. Condra, USN Ret.
HARRISON, Christopher Columbus (Lum), (22 Jan 1846-1Mar 1920), private Co F, 13th Regt Ind Cav (131 Inf) Vols; enrolled 12 Feb 1864 at New Albany; captured at Huntsville, AL 29 Sep 1864, at paroled prisoners hospital Vicksburg, MS Mar 1865 through Aug 1865; mustered out with company 18 Nov 1865 at Indianapolis; son of Christopher C. and Mary (Allen) Harrison; wife Louisa Livengood; born in Paoli, died and buried Topeka, Shawnee, KS.
WILSON, Trusten B.; (1847-1934); son of William Albert and Beda (Johnson) Wilson; wife Elizabeth Jane Moore; youngest soldier from Orange County, last veteran of Civil War in Paoli

13th Regiment Company M Indiana Cavalry
LINDLEY, William A.; (1845-1920); wife Margaret; bur. Stampers Creek Baptist Church, Orange County, IN

13th Regiment Company Unknown Indiana Light Artillery
LESTER, Calvin A.; b. ca 1844 Washington Co., IN; d. 11 Aug 1881; buried. Blue River, Washington Co., IN.

16th Regiment Company C Indiana Volunteer Infantry
MOORE, David Bryant; Major; also served in Co. D; (1841-1919); d. in Washington, D.C., bur. Arlington Cemetery; son of Edward and Susannah (Bryant) Moore; wife Mattie May Amiss; after War, he re-enlisted to help subdue Indian tribes; was in group that founded Ft. Sill in Indian Territory; was remembered by a niece as "the handsomest man in the world, tall and slender with coal black eyes and hair"; see also Co. D.

16th Regiment CompanyD Indiana Volunteer Infantry
BRINER, John;16th IN Infantry, Co. D. He was killed at Richmond, KY on 8/30/1862
BRINER, William H.;16th IN Infantry, Co. D. He is the son of Joshua Briner of French Lick.
HARRISON, John W. (28 Oct 1844-3 Apr 1863), private, Co D, 16th Regt Ind Inf Vols, died on hospital boat Nashville, Milliken's Ben, Louisiana; son of Christopher C. and Mary (Allen) Harrison.
HARRISON, Thomas Jefferson (26 Oct 1842-10 Jun 1926), private Co D, 16th Regt Ind Inf Mtd, enrolled at Mitchell, IN 2 Aug 1862 by Capt. C. Moore, captured at Sabine Cross Roads or Bayou Grand Cullion, LA 8 Apr 1864; sent to prison camp at Tyler, Texas; paroled at Red River, LA 27 May 1865, promoted to Corporal; son of Christopher C. and Mary (Allen) Harrison; wife: Louisa Ellen Roach. Died at North Powder, Union, OR.
MOORE, David Bryant; Major; also served in Co. C, see above.

16th Regiment Company I Indiana Volunteer Infantry
MOORE, Christopher Columbus; Captain; (1832-1904); son of Reuben and Jane (Coulter) Moore

17th Regiment Company A Indiana Volunteer Infantry
LINDLEY, Chambers Zachariah;corporal
LINDLEY, Lafayette ;wounded at Selma corporal and later lieutenant
MORRISON, Robert; Private Halbert's Bluff, Wilder Battery; enlisted 14 Aug 1862, mustered out 23 Jun 1865; buried Ames Chapel
NELSON, Joseph L., (ca 1835-15 Dec 1862); private, mustered into Co A, 17th Regt Ind Inf Vols 14 Aug 1862 at Indianapolis, born in PA, died in hospital at Nashville, TN; wife Jemima Allen.

17th Regiment Company F Indiana Volunteer Infantry
PRUETT, George Washington Union Army Private Orangeville, Indiana  Honors Courtesy of CPO Jerry C. Condra, USN Ret.
TOLIVER, William Anderson, Private Buried Bonds Chapel Cemetery  Memorial  

23rd Regiment Company Unknown United States Colored Troops
From "Forgotten Hoosiers", Coy D. Robbins Pages 56-59 Used with permission

IRVIN, Isaac; mustered in 20 Feb 1865; mustered out 22 May 1865 .
THOMPSON, Thomas M.; mustered in 20 Feb 1865; mustered out 22 May 1865 .

23rd Regiment Company Unknown Indiana Volunteer Infantry
STOCKINGER, John W. is buried at the Memphis National Cemetery, died 2/15/1862, most likely at either Fort Donelson or Fort Henry. .

23rd Regiment Company B Indiana Volunteer Infantry
McCART, Joseph Odell .
SOUTHERLAND, Joseph, 1844-1883, bur. Old Union Cemetery. .

24th Regiment Company A Indiana Volunteer Infantry
KEEDY, William ,served from July 9, 1861 through July 30, 1864. He reenlisted and served as a substitute for a short time with company D 59th Indiana Infantry before being reassigned to his former unit. He was born in Lawrence County in 1833 and died in July, 1900 in Paoli.
Wright, John N. Union Army 1st SGT.   Lawrence County, Indiana.  HONORS Courtesy of Wright Family
BRADEN, Isaac N., see BREEDEN, Isaac N.
BREEDEN or BRADEN, Isaac N., (6 Aug 1840-19 Feb 1910), son of James S. and Susannah (Leffler) Breeden; private Co B, 24th Regt IN Vols Infantry; born Orange County, died Mitchell; Lawrence Co; wife 1) Charlotte Foote, 2) Mahala Connelly, 3) Mary Ann Catherine Douglas Byrd Harris. Severely wounded in face at Champions Hill, MS. Name got mixed up in records and he went by Braden for the rest of his life.
CHARLES, John, (8 Jan 1832-1884); private; enlisted 9 Jul 1861, discharged at Baton Rouge, LA 30 Jul 1864; wife (1) Sarah Helmstutter, (2) Lucy Underwood.
CLAXTON, Thomas Volney -18 Feb 1838 - 30 June 1901. Enlisted July 1861 in Co. B, 24th Indiana, and served at least through mid-1863. He was the son of Jeremiah Claxton and Delilah Pierce Claxton.
CRAIG, David William - Served from July 9, 1861 to December 31, 1863 Corporal, company B, 24th Regiment Indiana Infantry
DILL, Solomon, Captain
WILLIAMS, John  Veteran volunteer Jan 1 1864 Transferred from CO B 24th Dec 10 1864 .
WININGER, Isaac M. , He Died (probably of illness) in Tipton Missouri while serving on December 23, 1861. Buried Pace Robinson Cemetery, Dubois County
SOUTHWICK, S.H., 2nd Lieutenant
TUCKER, John W., 1st Lieutenant
Walker, Wesley  Promoted to sergeant
WITSMAN, Anderson R.; (1840-1924); wife Permelia C.; bur. Stampers Creek Baptist Church, Orange County, IN

24th Regiment Company B Indiana Volunteer Infantry
AGAN, Alfred, private Killed at Champion Hill
ALDERSON, Alexander   Private
ALLEN, George  Private
BENNETT, Thomas W.  Private
BIRD, William H.  Private
BOLEY, Lafayette  Recruit  Mustered out 11/15/1865
BOYD, Isaac N.  Private
BOYD, Zeno   Recruit
BOYD, William L.  Recruit  Mustered out 11/15/1865
BOYD, Robert H.  Recruit
BRADDOCK, John   Recruit  Mustered out 11/15/1865
BRAXTON, Charles   Corporal
BRITTON, John W.  Private
BROWN, Penalton  Private  Mustered out 11/15/1865
BUTLER, Frederick T.   Promoted 2nd Lieutenant  -  1st  Lieutenant -  Captain
CAMPBELL,  Vance  Private  Mustered out 11/15/1865
CAMPBELL,  James A. Recruit  Mustered out 11/15/1865
CARTER,  John B.  Private
CHARLES, John Private  Mustered out 11/15/1865
CLARK, Charles H  Private  Killed at Shiloh
CLAXTON, Thomas V. Private  Mustered out  7/30/1864
CLEGG, William Private
CLOUD, Joel  Corporal  Mustered out 7/30/1864 as Sergeant
CONDRA, John  Recruit  Mustered out 11/15/1865
CONDRA, John Emory  PVT. Union Army Civil War Veteran 24th Indiana Volunteer Infantry Regiment Company B.Son Of Richard and Nancy Turner Condra. Valeene, Indiana  Honors  (Courtesy of  CPO Jerry C. Condra USN
CRAIG, David W.  Corporal Mustered out 11/15/1865
CROW, Walter S.  Private  Mustered out 11/15/1865
DAWSON, Wylie G. Private
DENTON, Thomas Private
DILL, Solomon Captain
EASTER, William J. Private  Mustered out 11/15/1865
EASTER, George S.  Recruit  Mustered out 11/15/1865
ELLIS, John W. Private
ELROD, John M.  2nd Lieutenant
ELROD, John W.  Private
EVERSOLE, John D.  Corporal  Mustered out 11/15/1865
FISHER, Hiram  Recruit  
GOODMAN, Benjamin S.
GOODPASTER, Abraham  Sergeant Mustered out 11/15/1865
GRAY, Arthur W.  Surgeon
HAMMOND, William L.  Private
HEATH, John T.   Corporal  Mustered out 7/30/1864
HENDERSON, James W. Recruit
HENDRICKS, William Private
HICKS, Samuel D.  Private
HILL, William A. Private
HILL, George W.  Private  Mustered out 11/15/1865
HILL, Enoch T.  Private  Mustered out 7/30/1864
HOBSON, William H.  Corporal Mustered out 11/15/1865
HOLLOWELL, Nathan  Recruit  Mustered out 11/15/1865
HOLMES, William  Private
HUDDLESON, John D. Sergeant Mustered out 11/15/1865
HUDDLESON, Volney Private
JACKSON, David H. Private
JOHNSON, Albert W. Corporal
JORDON, James Private  Mustered out 7/30/1864
JUDD, Jacob  Recruit  Mustered out 11/15/1865
KENLY, John J. Private  Mustered out 11/15/1865
JUDD, Jacob Recruit
LAMBDIN, Henry C. Private
LEE, Chambers  Recruit
LEE, Enoch  Private
LEFFLER, Alexander  Private  Mustered out 7/30/1864
LINDLEY, Thomas Private
LINDLEY, Oliver, Private
LUKENBILL, William H. Promoted 1st Lieutenant
MABRY, Charles H. Private
MAGNER, Benjamin F. Private
MAHAN, William S. Recruit  Mustered out 11/15/1865
MAHAN, Worth  Recruit  Mustered out 11/15/1865
MAXEDON, Robert W.  Private
MAY, John S.  Private
MAYER, John H.B. Private  Mustered out 11/15/1865
MCCART, Joseph O. Sergeant
MEREDITH, Charles   Corporal
MERRITT, William H. Private
MILLER, David  Recruit  Mustered out 11/15/1865
MILLER, Jacob Private  Mustered out 11/15/1865
MOON, John W.  Private
MOORE, James Private
MOORE, Joseph R. 2nd Lieutenant
MORRISON, John B. Corporal
MOULDER, Archibald O.  Recruit
MURPHY, William  Private  Musterd out 7/30/1864
OAKES, David L.
ORGAN Richard M.
OWEN, Richard J.  Mustered out 7/30/1864
PADGETT, John W. Recruit  Mustered out 11/15/1865
PINNICK, William J. Private
PERRINE Finely C. Private  Mustered out 7/30/1864
PEYTON, Zebulon L.  Recruit  Mustered out 11/15/1865
POOL, Charles Corporal
PRICHARD, Charles O. Corporal Mustered out 11/15/1865
RAWLINGS, Henry H. Musician  Mustered out 11/15/1865
RAWLINGS, Geroge W.Private  
RAY, Green  Private    Mustered out 11/15/1865
ROSE, John L.  Private  Mustered out 11/15/1865
RUSSELL, Enoch T.  Musician Mustered out 7/30/1864
SANDERS, Walker D..Private
SANDS, Samuel H.  Mustered out 11/15/1865
SANDS, William R. Recruit  Mustered out 11/15/1865
SELF, Enoch  Private
SOUTHERN, Henry C.  Private
SOUTHWICK, Stephen H. promoted 2nd Lieutenant 1st Lieutenant
SPARKS, Calvin   Private
STANLEY, Samuel D. Private  Mustered out 7/30/1864
STEWARD, Green K.  Recruit
STEWART, William J. 1st Lieutenant
STEWART, James Musician  Mustered out 11/15/1865
STEWART, William J.Private
STEWART, William L.  Private
STOUT, William  Recruit  Mustered out 11/15/1865
TATE, William A.  Corporal
TATE, Zachariah J.  Private
TAYLOR, James M.  Promoted 2nd Lieutenant - 1st Lieutenant - Captain
TAYLOR, Harvey S.  Recruit
THROOP, Joseph P. Corporal Mustered out 7/30/1864
TUCKER, John W. 1st Lieutenant Resigned 1862
UNDERWOOD, Thomas J. Recruit
VANMETER, John Private
VANMETER, George  Recruit  Mustered out 11/15/1865
VANMETER, Thomas  Recruit  Mustered out 11/15/1865
WALDROP, Henry L. Private  Mustered out 7/30/1864
WEATHERS, James M. Recruit  Mustered out 11/15/1865
WELLMAN, Felix G.  Captain  
WELLMAN, Libbeas F. Private  Mustered out 11/15/1865
WELLMAN, Volney T.  Private
WILLIAMS, John  Private
WILLIAMSON, Thomas   Surgeon
WINEINGER, Isaac M  Private  12/12/1840 - 12/22/1861  Buried Pace Robinson Cemetery Dubois County
WITSMAN, Anderson R.  Recruit  Mustered out 11/15/1865
WITSMAN, Eli J.  Private  Mustered out 11/15/1865
WITSMAN, Eli J.  Veteran volunteer Jan 1 1864 Transferred to CO A 24th Dec 10 1864. Mustered out at Galveston, Texas
WITSMAN, Henry C.  Veteran volunteer Jan 1 1864 Transferred to CO A 24th Dec 10 1864  Mustered out 11/15/1865
WOLFINGTON, James M. Private
WOLFINGTON, William Veteran volunteer Jan 1 1864 Transferred to CO A 24th Dec 10 1864  Mustered out 11/15/1865 Sergeant
WOOD, Eli  Recruit  Mustered out 11/15/1865
YEAGER, August  Wagoner  Mustered out 11/15/1865

24th Regiment Company E Indiana Volunteer Infantry
MOORE, Joseph R.; (1839-1926); Captain; married Ann Boyd

24th Regiment Company G Indiana Volunteer Infantry
BUSICK, B. P.; bur. Scott Graveyard, Orange County, IN (wife and son also buried there)
GRAY, A.W., 2nd Lieutenant
JENKINS, Charles S., 1st Lieutenant
KEARBY, John A.; (ca. 1839-1864); bur. Stampers Creek Baptist Church, Orange County, IN
MAHAN, Peter; (1831-1903); wife Rebecca; bur. Stampers Creek Baptist Church, Orange County, IN
McCART, John Perry
MOORE, John F., son of Nancy Moore Conley/Connelly and John McGinnis, adopted and raised by John Moore and Margaret Kearby. Born 4/8/1845 and died 1/29/1899. Married Sarah "Dine" Smith. Served in Civil War-Pvt. in Co G and D, 24th Indiana Volunteers.
SPICELY, William. T. Union Army Brevet Brigadier General Co G. 24th Indiana Infantry Honors Courtesy of CPO Jerry C. Condra USN,  Ret.
QUARTERMAN, William, Enrolled 31-July-1861 at Vincennes, Indiana by Capt. Spicely, no record of discharge. 24th Indiana Volunteers, Co. G. Wounded in the thigh. Twin of Benjamin
WEBB, Isaiah  Discharged disability
WEBB, James H.  Veteran volunteer Jan 1, 1864. No discharge record
WEBB, James W.  Veteran volunteer Jan 1 1864 .  Promoted to sergeant . Promoted to 1st sergeant. Discharged Morganza, Louisiana
WONER,  John W.  Veteran volunteer Jan 1 1864 Transferred to CO D
WRIGHT, Elijah  also served  Co D 1 Reg Ark. Vol Died 7/14/1863 Goodrich's Landing, Louisiana
WRIGHT, Jonathan H.  Discharged Baton Rouge, Louisiana
WRIGHT, Nathan H. 
WRIGHT,  William H    Biography

24th Regiment Company L, Indiana Volunteer Infantry
INMAN, Enoch; (1843-1905); son of Parmenas and Martha (Pascal) Inman; wife Clarissa Moore (also other marriages)
WEBB, George  Musician. Discharged Baton Rouge, Louisiana

25th Regiment Company B Indiana Volunteer Infantry
McCART, Thomas Blackwell

25th Regiment Company G Indiana Volunteer Infantry
WELLS, Hiram E.  Veteran volunteer Feb 29, 1864 Promoted to Corporal. Promoted to Sergeant Nov 1, 1864

28th Infantry Regiment Company D United States Colored Troops
From "Forgotten Hoosiers", Coy D. Robbins Pages 56-59 Used with permission
BURNETT, Archey; private; age 21; enrolled 6 Jan 1864 at Paoli; mustered in 15 Jan 1864 at Indianapolis; mustered out 8 Nov 1865
COOK, Hezekiah; private; enrolled 7 Jan 1864 at Richmond, IN; mustered in 15 Jan 1864 at Indianapolis; age 24; mustered out 8 Nov 1865
EVANS, Pleasant; private; enrolled 4 Jan 1864 at Paoli; mustered in 15 Jan 1864 at Indianapolis; age 21; mustered out 8 Nov 1865
EVANS, Samuel; private; enrolled 4 Jan 1864 at Paoli; mustered in 1 Jan 1864 at Indianapolis; age 25; mustered out 8 Nov 1865
GUTHRIE, William; private; enrolled 4 Jan 1864 at Paoli; mustered in 15 Jan 1864 at Indianapolis; age 18; mustered out 8 Nov 1865
HARDEN, William; private; enrolled 4 Jan 1864 at Paoli; mustered in 15 Jan 1864 at Indianapolis; age 36; d. 13 Sep 1865 in hospital, New Orleans, LA
HENRY, Charles; private; enrolled 4 Jan 1864 at Paoli; mustered in 15 Jan 1864 at Indianapolis; age 22; d. 23 Jan 1864 in Indianapolis
ROPER, John; private; enrolled 4 Jan 1864 at Paoli; mustered in 15 Jan 1864 at Indianapolis; age 27; mustered out 8 Nov 1865
TOLIVER, George W.; private; enrolled 1 Jan 1864 at Paoli; mustered in 15 Jan 1864 at Indianapolis; age 27; d. 12 Feb 1865 in hospital, City Point, VA
WALDEN, Joseph; private; enrolled 31 Dec 1863 at Paoli; mustered in 15 Jan 1864 at Indianapolis; age 25; discharged 31 Oct 1864 on Surgeon Certificate of Disability
WASHINGTON, George; private; enrolled 1 Jan 1864 at Paoli; mustered in 15 Jan 1864 at Indianapolis; age 25; discharged 26 Feb 1865 from hospital, Alexandria, VA
WASHINGTON, Thomas; private; enrolled 11 Jan 1864 at Paoli; mustered in 15 Jan 1864 at Indianapolis; age 25; d. 26 Feb 1864 in hospital, Indianapolis, IN
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28th Infantry Regiment Company E United States Colored Troops
From "Forgotten Hoosiers", Coy D. Robbins Pages 56-59 Used with permission
CLARK, Frederick; private; enrolled 27 Jan 1864 at Indianapolis; mustered in 5 Feb 1864 at Indianapolis; age 29; mustered out 8 Nov 1865
CLARK, Henry; private; enrolled 27 Jan 1864 at Indianapolis; mustered in 5 Feb 1864 at Indianapolis; age 30; mustered out 8 Nov 1865
SHIRLEY, William; private; enrolled 27 Jan 1864 at Indianapolis; mustered in 5 Feb 1864 at Indianapolis; age 19; d. 29 Jun 1864 at Alexandria, VA
WILSON, John; private; enrolled 8 Jan 1864 at Indianapolis; mustered in 5 Feb 1864 at Indianapolis; age 22; deserted 20 Apr 1864 at Indianapolis, IN

28th Infantry Regiment Company F United States Colored Troops
From "Forgotten Hoosiers", Coy D. Robbins Pages 56-59 Used with permission
BURDEN, Henry; private; enrolled 20 Mar 1864 at Grant Co., IN; mustered in 31 Mar 1864 at Indianapolis, age 19; d. 2 Sep 1864 at Alexandria, VA of consumption.
CHAVERS, Henry; private; enrolled 4 Jan 1864 at Orange Co.; mustered in 31 Mar 1864 at Indianapolis; age 19; mustered out 8 Nov 1865
SMITH, Lewis; private; mustered in 31 Mar 1864; mustered out 8 Nov 1865

28th Infantry Regiment Company Unknown United States Colored Troops
From "Forgotten Hoosiers", Coy D. Robbins Pages 56-59 Used with permission
CALHOUN, Mike Private; age 18 enrolled and mustered in Oct 26 1864 at Jeffersonville, Indiana; substitute for Andrew Wilson of Orangeville Twp.
38th Regiment Company A Indiana Volunteer Infantry
From History of the Thirty-Eighth Indiana Volunteer Infantry, by Henry Fales Perry, pub. 1906.
ANDREWS, William; of Paoli; sergeant; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; mustered out 15 Jul 1865
APPLE, Bingham J.; of Paoli; recruit; mustered in 2 Sep 1862; discharged 4 Jun 1863, disability 
APPLE, David Thomas US Army Private. Son of Thomas and Margaret Apple Valeene, Indiana.  HONORS Courtesy of CPO Jerry C. Condra USN Ret.
APPLE, George S.; of Paoli; recruit; mustered in 2 Sep 1862; died 18 Nov 1862
APPLE, Henry S.; of Paoli; recruit; mustered in 2 Sep 1862; killed at Stone River, 31 Dec 1862
APPLE, John W.; of Paoli; recruit; mustered in 2 Sep 1862; mustered out Jun 1865
APPLE, Joseph; of Valeene; private; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; died 13 Nov 1861
APPLE, Moses; of Valeene; private; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; died 26 Apr 1863, wounds received at Stone River
BARTLOW, Oliver, of Cleveland; drafted 11 Nov 1864; mustered out Jun 1865
BISHOP, Sidney A.; of Leipsic; private; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; mustered out 17 Sep 1864
BOBBITT, Harrison; of Valeene; private; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; died 11 Oct 1862, wounds received at Perryville
BOYLES, George; of Birds Eye; drafted 14 Oct 1864; mustered out Jun 1865
BRAXTON, Thomas J.; of Paoli; private; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; transferred to V.R.C.; bur. at Old Union Cemetery, 1838-1922.
BRIDGEWATER, Alonzo F.; of Leipsic; private; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; discharged 24 Nov 1862, disability
BROOKS, Thomas L.; of Cleveland; substitute; mustered in 5 Nov 1864; mustered out 15 Jul 1865
BROTHERS, Henry C.; of Orleans; private; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; died 7 Dec 1861
BRUNER, James A.; of Campbell; private; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; discharged 12 Jun 1862, disability
BUCHANAN, Alexander; of Paoli; recruit; mustered in 2 Sep 1862; mustered out Jun 1865
BUCHANAN, William J; of Greensburg; drafted 17 Oct 1864; mustered out 15 Jul 1865
BURRIS, Elwood; of Knightstown; drafted 26 Sep 1864; mustered out Jun 1865
BURTON, Henry; of Orleans; private; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; veteran; mustered out 15 Jul 1865 as a corporal
CAMERON, John D.; of Knightstown; drafted 16 Sep 1864; mustered out Jun 1865
CARL, Samuel; of Huron; recruit; mustered in 17 Feb 1864; mustered out 15 Jul 1865
CARROLL, Henry; of Cleveland; drafted 4 Nov 1864; mustered out Jun 1865
CAVINAW, John, of Orangeville; private; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; discharged 10 Nov 1862, disability
CLEVELAND, Uriah; of Orangeville; private;mustered in 17 Sep 1861; He was captured at the battle of Chickamauga 1863 and spent the rest of the war in prision camps.He was released from Andersonville prison in 1865; lost on Steamer Sultana
COLE, Michael; of Leipsic; private; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; died 24 Nov 1861
DAUGHERTY, George; of Leipsic; recruit; mustered in 22 Mar 1864; died 4 Sep 1864
DENNY, Henry H.; private; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; mustered out 17 Sep 1864
DICKEY, Henry; of Chambersburg; recruit; mustered in 27 Feb 1864; mustered out 15 Jul 1865
DILLEE, Squire; of Knightstown; drafted 26 Sep 1864; mustered out Jun 1865
DILLINGER, Rodolphus; of Chambersburg; corporal; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; mustered out 17 Sep 1864
ELLIS, William, of Paoli; private; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; killed Stone River, 31 Dec 1862  
ELROD, Leonard C., of Mitchell; private; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; died 8 Jan 1863
ELROD, Samuel K.; of Paoli; private; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; discharged 1 Jan 1862, disability
FAWCETT, Levi H.; from Campbell; first sergeant; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; promoted 2nd Lieutenant
FOLEY, Alexander; of Charlottsville; drafted 4 Nov 1864; mustered out Jun 1865
FORESTER, Andrew, of Leipsic; private; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; discharged 10 Apr 1862, disability
FREE, Leander; of Valeene; private; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; mustered out 17 Sep 1864
FREE, William, of Valeene; recruit; mustered in 27 Feb 1864; died 1 Apr 1865, wounds received at Bentonville
FREED, John R.; of Leipsic; private; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; discharged 31 Oct 1862, disability
FURGERSON, William H.; of Leipsic; private; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; missing Stone River, 31 Dec 1862
GALLOWAY, Jackson; of Cleveland; drafted 4 Nov 1864; mustered out Jun 1865
GARMER, Andrew; of Paoli; recruit; mustered in 2 Sep 1862; discharged, disability
GILLUM, William H.; of Claysville; corporal; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; discharged 2 Sep 1862, disability
GOBBLE, Alfred; of Paoli; recruit; mustered in 17 Feb 1864; mustered out 15 Jul 1865
GOBBLE, Henry; of Paoli; recruit; mustered in 27 Feb 1864; drowned, Stone River, TN, 11 Jun 1864
GRANGER, Samuel M. of Valeene; private; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; died 23 Apr 1863, wounds received from Stone River
GRIGGS, James S. of Orangeville; recruit; mustered in 17 Feb 1864; KIA 1 Sep 1864, Jonesboro, GA
HANDS, James; of N. Middleton, IL; substitute; mustered in 11 Nov 1864; mustered out 15 Jul 1865
HARBAUGH, Bishop R. of Leipsic; private; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; killed Buzzard Roost, GA, 10 May 1864
HAWHEE, William S.; of Paoli; recruit; mustered in 2 Sep 1862; died 4 Feb 1863,, Nashville, TN, wounds received at Stone River
HAYES, Lewis H.; of Saltilloville; private; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; died 4 Jan 1862
HENDERSON, James H.; of Orleans; private; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; veteran, mustered out 15 Jul 1865 as sergeant
HENDERSON, Leander; of Orleans; private; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; veteran; mustered out 15 Jul 1865 as corporal
HICKMAN, Charles A.; of Valeene; private; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; mustered out 17 Sep 1864
HICKMAN, John W.; of Paoli; recruit; mustered in 24 Dec 1864; transferred to V. R. C.
HOBSON, Samuel M.; of Chambersburg; sergeant; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; mustered out 17 Sep 1864
HOBSON, William H.; of Chambersburg; private; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; discharged 13 Mar 1863, disability
HOLIDAY, Lindsey V.; of Valeene; private; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; died 15 May 1863
HOLIDAY, Peter R.; of Valeene; sergeant; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; died at Louisville, KY, 14 Dec 1861
HOLLAND, Antony; of Harmony; drafted 12 Nov 1864; mustered out Jun 1865
HOLLAND, Thomas; of Harmony; drafted 12 Nov 1864; mustered out Jun 1865
JOHNSON, Elias; of Harmony; drafted 12 Nov 1864; mustered out Jun 1865
JOHNSON, Francis M. of Orleans; private; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; died 21 Feb 1863, wounds received in action
KENYON, William; of Knightstown; substitute, mustered in 10 Oct 1864; mustered out 15 Jul 1865
LASHBROOK, Jeremiah; of Paoli; recruit; mustered in 2 Sep 1862; died 8 Nov 1862
LEATHERMAN, Jacob W.; of Orleans; private; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; veteran, mustered out 15 Jul 1865
LEATHERMAN, John; of Leipsic; recruit; mustered in 2 Sep 1862; died, date not reported
LEE, Cam; of Bono; corporal; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; discharged 15 Jun 1863, disability
LENARD, Elijah M. of Orleans; private; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; died 10 Jan 1863, wounds received in action
LEWIS, Thomas S.; of Saltilloville; private; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; died 5 Oct 1862
LEWIS, William W.; of Leipsic; private; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; mustered out 17 Sep 1864
LIMEBERRY, Eli; of Orleans; private; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; discharged 15 Apr 1863, disability
LINDLEY, Thomas T., of Leipsic; private; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; deserted 10 Sep 1863
LINDSEY, James P.; of Orleans; private; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; mustered out 17 Sep 1864
MARIS, Oliver, (1842-1862); of Paoli; private; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; died 18 Jan 1862
MASON, Andrew Jackson; of Orleans; private; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; discharged 12 Apr 1862, disabilty
MAXIDON, Levi W.; of Valeene; private; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; died 3 Sep 1862
McCABE, Jefferson; of Paoli; recruit; mustered in 2 Sep 1862; died, wounds received at Stone River
McCART, Edmond; of Orleans; private; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; discharged 25 Mar 1863, disability
McCART, John P.; of Orleans; private; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; mustered out 17 Sep 1864
McCLEAN, James H.; substitute; mustered in 27 Oct 1864; died at Chattanooga, 17 Jan 1865
McKNIGHT, Henry L.; of Orleans; corporal; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; died at Nashville, TN, 18 Oct 1862
McKNIGHT, Joseph F.; of Orleans; private; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; veteran, mustered out 15 Jul 1865 as First Sergeant
McKOWEN, Lafayette; of Greenville; corporal; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; mustered out 17 Sep 1864
McLAUGHLIN, Michael; substitute; mustered in 1 Oct 1864; died at Chattanooga 4 Jan 1865
McPHEERSON, Joseph; of Chambersburg; musician; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; discharged 24 Jun 1863, disability
MILLER, Abraham; of Cleveland; drafted 4 Nov 1864; mustered out Jun 1865
MOORE, John; of Cleveland; drafted 4 Nov 1864; mustered out 15 Jul 1865
MOORE, Willis P.; of Paoli; private; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; mustered out 17 Sep 1864
MORRIS, Francis M; of Orleans; private; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; discharged 1 May 1862, disability
MULLINS, John M. of Leipsic; private; mustered in 17 Sep 1861; veteran, died 25 Apr 1865, wounds received at Bentonville
MULLIS, Charles D.; of Paoli; recruit; mustered in 16 Apr 1864; mustered out 15 Jul 1865
MURPHY, Charles T.; of Stewardsville; drafted 10 Nov 1864; mustered out 15 Jul 1865
MYERS, Nicholas; substitute; mustered in 10 Nov 1864; mustered out 15 Jul 1865
MYERS, Peter; drafted 5 Oct 1864; mustered out 15 Jul 1865
NICHOLS, George; drafted 4 Nov 1864; mustered out Jun 1865
NIEDEFFER, John, of Saltill
ODLE, Silas; of Harmony, drafted 10 November 1864 mustered out Jun. 1865
ORMSBEY, William; of Orleans;private;mustered in 17 Sep. 1861; discharged 25 Jun. 1862, disability
OSBURN, Adam; of Orangeville ; Captain ;mustered in as corporal 17 Sep. 1861; appointed 1st. leiutenant 15 Feb. 1863, captain 31 Jul. 1864 ; KIA 1 Sep. 1864. Jonesboro Ga.
OVERMAN, Benjamin F.; of Leipsic ; private ;mustered in as corporal 17 Sep. 1861, veteran, deserted 9 May 1864
OVERMAN, John W.; of Leipsic ; recruit ;mustered in as corporal 22 Mar. 1864, died 4 Sep. 1864.
PADGETT, James W.; of Leipsic ; private ;mustered in 17 Sep. 1861, died 25 Oct. 1861
PADGETT, John T.; of Leipsic ; private ;mustered in 17 Sep. 1861, discharged 25 Apr. 1862
PADGETT, John W.; of Leipsic ; recruit ;mustered in 12, Feb. 1862 died 10 Oct.,1862
PADGETT, Robert W.; of Orleans; private ;mustered in 17 Sep. 1861, killed Perryville Oct. 1862
PARKHURST, Adam; of Cleveland; drafted 4 Nov. 1864, mustered out June 1865.
PAULEY, Robert; of Cleveland; drafted 10 Nov. 1864, mustered out June 1865.
PAYTON, John F.; of Chambersburg; private, mustered in 17 Sep. 1861, discharged by sentence.
PIERCE, Abram; of Leipsic; recruit, mustered in 2 Sep. 1863, died date not given
PIPHER, John; of Campbell; private, mustered in 17 Sep. 1861, died 6 Jan. 1863
PONGE, John, recruit; mustered in 31 Oct. 1864, died at Chanttanooga 12 Jan. 1865
QUAKENBUSH, William, of Orleans, private; mustered in 17 Sep. 1861, died 29 Nov. 1861
RANDOLPH, John W.,substitute; mustered in 10 Nov. 1864, mustered out Jul. 1865
RAY, George W.,drafted 2 Nov. 1864; died at Washington D.C. 16 Jun. 1865
RHEME, William F.,drafted 16 Oct. 1864; mustered out 16 Jul. 1865
ROBERTS, Robert B.,of Campbell, private; mustered in 17 sep. 1861; mustered out 17 Sep. 1864
SANDERS, Aaron,of Saltillovile, private; mustered in 17 Sep. 1861; mustered out 17 Sep. 1864
SELF, George W.,of Valeene, private; mustered in 17 Sep. 1861; died 7 Sep. 1862
SELF, William ,of Valeene, private; mustered in 17 Sep. 1861; killed, Jonesboro, 1 Sep. 1864
SLEETH, Charles M.,of Shelbyville, drafted; mustered out Jun. 1865
SMITH, Elias, of Mitchell, private; mustered in 17 Sep. 1861; discharged , wounds received at Perryville
SMITH, Elias , of Paoli; recruit; mustered in 17 Sep. 1864; discharged; mustered out Jul. 1865
SMITH, Elias J. , of Lepsic; corporal; mustered in 17 Sep. 1861; died 14 Apr. 1863, wounds received at Perryville
SMITH, Henry A. , of Lepsic; private; mustered in 17 Sep. 1861; discharged 30 Oct. 1862
SMITH, Spencer , of Lepsic; private; mustered in 17 Sep. 1861; discharged 20 Jun. 1863 for disability; buried at Mayflower Cem. near McDonald Kansas
SMITH, William R., of Lepsic; private; mustered in 17 Sep. 1861; killed at Stone River 31 Dec. 1862
SMITH, Henry A. , of Lepsic; private; mustered in 17 Sep. 1861; discharged 30 Oct. 1862
SNOW, Josiah , of Orleans; private; mustered in 17 Sep. 1861; veteran; mustered out Jul. 1865
SOUTHERN, John P., 2nt. Lieutenant
STEWART, Daniel T.,of Leipsic;private; mustered in 17 Sep. 1861; died 25 Oct. 1862, wounds recieved at Perryville
SWIM, James W.H.,of Saltilloville; private; mustered in 17 Sep. 1861; died 12 dec. 1861
SWIM, James W.H.,of Saltilloville; private; mustered in 17 Sep. 1861; died Andersonville Prison June 1864
SWIM, William,of Saltilloville; private; mustered in 17 Sep. 1861; died 12 dec. 1861
TALBOTT, John B.,of Campbell; private; mustered in 17 Sep. 1861; died 31 Mar. 1862
TALBOTT, William L.,of Campbell; private; mustered in 17 Sep. 1861; died 22 Oct. 1862
TAYLOR, Benjamin,of Saltilloville; private; mustered in 17 Sep. 1861; veteran; mustered out 29 Jun. 1865
TAYLOR, Charles ,of Paoli; recruit; mustered in 24 Dec. 1862; deserted Jan. 1864
TAYLOR, William ,of Paoli; recruit; mustered in 26 Dec. 1862; mustered out Jun. 1865
TEGARDEN, James H. ,of Leipsic; private; mustered in 17 Sep. 1861; discharged 10 Nov. 1862
TEGARDEN, Joseph ,of Leipsic; private; mustered in 17 Sep. 1861; mustered out 17 Sep. 1864
TONGATE, Jefferson ,of Orleans; private; mustered in 17 Sep. 1861; discharged by sentence GCM 17 Sep. 1864
TOWELL, Thomas,of Orangeville; private; mustered in 17 Sep. 1861; transferred to VRC 31 Oct. 1863
VANZANTE, William,of Paoli; recruit; mustered in 26 Sep. 1862; mustered out 17 Sep. 1864
WALDRIP, Andrew,of Orangeville; musician; mustered in 17 Sep. 1861; transferred VRC-Company A, 38th Regiment. Enrolled August 20, 1861, discharged September 21, 1864. Transferred to Company I, 2nd Regiment, V.R. Corps due to disability on January 14, 1864. Born August 8, 1812; died November 20, 1892 in Orange County. Married Elvira Jane Cowherd February 1, 1838. Children: Henry Lingle, James M., Mary Elizabeth, Martha Jane, Harriet Ann, Felix Benton, Lucy Ann & Sarah Ellen.
WALDRIP, James M., James served in Company A, 2nd Kentucky Infantry. He enlisted May 31, 1861 in Cincinnati, Ohio and was transferred to the Detachment Signal Corps in 1863 due to ill health and honorably discharged at Chattanooga, Tennessee May 30, 1864. He married Sarah (Sallie) E. Bedell December 12, 1866. Children: Edward Morton born 1867, Howard C. born 1868 and Harry L. born 1869. Sarah died April 5, 1871. He then married Mary Medora Edmiston July 2, 1874 and they had one child, Gertrude Mae
WALKER, James C. ,of Claysville; private; mustered in 17 Sep. 1861; discharged 25 Mar. 1862
WEBB, George W.,1st. lieutenant;
WEBB, Lewis H.;corporal; of Clampbell; mustered in 17 Sep. 1861; died 15 Jul. 1862
WHEELER, W.C.;captain
WHITE, Charles; of Valeene; private; mustered in 17 Sep. 1861; died 15 Jul. 1862
WHITE, John; of Valeene; private; mustered in 17 Sep. 1861; died at Camp Negley Ky. 8 Dec. 1861
WHITE, William; of Valeene; private; mustered in 17 Sep. 1861; deserted 10 Sep 1863
WILLIAMS, John; of Valeene; sergeant; mustered in 17 Sep. 1861; promoted 1st. lieutenant
WOOD, Robert; of Valeene; private; mustered in 17 Sep. 1861; veteran; mustered out 15 Jul. 1865 as corporal


38th Regiment Company D Indiana Volunteer Infantry
ELLIOTT, John of Valeen Buried Stampers Creek Cemetery
WIBLE, Francis  Transferred to Veterans Reserve Corps

38th Regiment Company I Indiana Volunteer Infantry
ACKERSON, John W. Musician
BEATTY, David W.; killed in action
BREEDEN, Henry P.; (19 Jun 1844-8 Sep 1865); bur Moores Ridge Cem.; son of Mary Frances Breeden
BRINER, Isaac P.; 38th IN Infantry, 131 Reg., Co. I, died at Bacon Creek 11/20/1864. His father was George Briner (b. 1799) Lived in Paoli for many years.
BRINER, Jonathan W.; 38th. IN Infantry, Co. I, killed at Perryville, KY on 10/8/1862. His father was George Briner (b. 1799) Lived in Paoli for many years.
BRINER, John W.; 38th IN Infantry, Co.I, His father was Joshua Briner of French Lick.
BRINKENS, Frederick  Musician
BYERS, Henry F  Private
CARROLL, George Private
CLEMENTS, James Private
COLLINS James P. Private
COLLINS, Lewis  Private
DAVIS, John T. Private
DITTO, John A. Private
DRAKE, Silas Private
DRAKE, William Private
ELLIS, John W.
ELLIS, William G.
FLICK, Isaac
GRAY, William J.
GRIGSBY, Leonidas B. Private
GUY, James A. Veteran Transferred to VRC
HAGERTY, Michael  Private
HAMMOND, Calvin A. Corporal
HAWHEE, Elijah, killed in action 10/8/1862.  Orignally buried on the family farm. Grave moved to Patoka Memorial Cemetery
HAWKINS, Joseph  Private
HAWKINS, Thomas S. Promoted 2nd Lieutenant
HAWKINS, William  Private
HAZELWOOD, George W Corporal Mustered out 7/15/1865
HAZELWOOD, John M Sergeant Mustered out 7/15/1865
HENSON,  Henry T Corporal Mustered out 7/15/1865
HENSON, William Private
HIGGINS, Thomas Private
HOBSON, William Corporal
HOGGATT, William M. Corporal
HOLLAND, George  Private
JACKMAN, Abel A.  Corporal
JACOBS, Jonathan P. Private
JASPER, William Died Andersonville Prison 7/10/1864
KARR,  John Private
KARR, William H. Private
KELLAMS, Washington Private
KESTERSON, Alfred Private Died in Battle of Perryville, Kentucky 10/8/1862 Buried Kesteson Cemetery
KESTERSON, Samuel Private Died in Battle of Perryville, Kentucky 10/8/1862 Buried Kesteson Cemetery
KIMBREL, William  Private
KING, Benjamin V. Corporal
LANE, Aaron C. First Sergeant
LEONARD, Alfred; b. 8 Jan 1840, son of Jonathan and Dorcas Leonard; d. 27 Dec 1921; buried Friends Cemetery, Howard Co., IN.
LEONARD, Jeruel  Private
LEONARD, William; Enlisted at Paoli, Ind., in August, 1861, Was appointed Second Lieutenant, a year later promoted to First Lieutenant, and in 1863 to Captain, serving principally in the United States Signal Corps, on the staffs of Generals Nelson, Crittenden, and Howard. He was mustered out in September, 1864.
LINDLEY, Jacob Z. Private
MATTHEWS, Gary Private
MATTOX, McDonald  Private
MCBRIDE, George W. Private
MCDONALD, Cornelius Private
MCDONALD, Samuel Private Mustered out 7/15/1865
MCMICKLE, George W. Private
MCPHERSON, Enoch  Private
MERRIT, William Private
MOORE, Bartlett Coffin; bugler for company; b. 26 Sep 1848, d. 27 Mar 1865 in Chattanooga, TN in military hospital; named for teacher in Hoggatt School, east part of Paoli; bur. Moore's Ridge, tombstone reads: "I was but a boy / but sixteen years old / Yet I died like a soldier / All quiet and bold."
MOORE, John A. Private
MOORE, Joseph H. Private
MOORE,Thomas C. Private
MOORE, William Davis  (1834-1901), enlisted at Paoli, 18 Aug 1861 as Captain of Company I, 38th Regiment Indiana Volunteers; discharged at Indianapolis 15 Jul 1865. Son of John and Mary Davis Breeden Moore. Wife 1) Mary J. Seybold; 2) Malinda Leonard. MOORE.
MORGAN, Samuel B.
OWEN,  Benjamin - Corporal Promoted 1st Lieutenant
PHILLIPS, George  Private
PINNICK, Nathan A Corporal Mustered out 7/15/1865
PINNICK, William D. Private
PLUMMER, David W. Private
POLSON, John F. Private
POTTER, T.D.; 1st Lieutenant
PROCTOR, John B. Private
PROCTOR, William H. Sergeant
PURKHISER, Elijah  Private
ROBBINS, David B. Private
ROGNON, Frederick Private
ROGNON, James P. Private
SANDS, William Corporal
SELF, James H. Wagoner
SIMMONS, John J. Private
SMITH, Reuben  Private
TAYLOR,  Thomas Private
THROOP, Edward L. Private
TUSSEY, Jonathan Private
UNDERWOOD, Dickson Private
UNDERWOOD, Stephen  Private
VEATCH, Eli A. Private
VEATCH, John R. Private
WADKINS, Isaac  Private
WALLS, Theodore   Admitted to Jefferson W.S.A. Hospital July 19, 1864. Discharged at Louisville, Kentucky
WAY, Jaben  Private
WEBB, Benjamin Jr. Sergeant
WILLIAMS, George F. Private
WILLIAMS, H.L., Captain
WINEINGER, Henry W. Private

43rd Regiment Company C  Indiana Volunteer Infantry
BATY,George W  Union Army Private French Lick Indiana  Honors Courtesy of CPO Jerry C. Condra, USN Ret.   Buried Cane Creek Cemetery

43rd Regiment Company K Indiana Volunteer Infantry
MOORE, Reuben Harrison; (1840-1879); son of Thomas and Milly (Coulter) Moore

49th Regiment Company A Indiana Volunteer Infantry
BREEDEN, Isaac Newton; see Co. G, 49th.
ELLIS, James M.  Photo
HUBBS,Jonathan
KENDALL, William Wesley 1st. LT. U.S. Army Civil War Veteran. (1839-1920) West Baden,Indiana Served with the 49th Indiana Infantry Company A. Buried Ames Chapel Cemetery Awarded The Medal Of Honor. HONORS  (Courtesy of CPO Jerry C Condra USN Ret.)
LINDLEY, George T.; corporal
WRIGHT, Zachriah T. 

49th Regiment Company G Indiana Volunteer Infantry
BREEDEN, Isaac Newton (22 Apr 1821-8 Jan 1876), private, Co G, 49th Regt Ind Vols, enrolled at Jeffersonville, IN, transferred to Co A, 49th Regt IN Vols, veteran, 3 Feb 1864, mustered out 13 Sep 1865 at Louisville, KY; born Shelby Co, KY, son of Henry and Mary (Davis) Breeden; wife: Sarah Moore; buried Moores Ridge Cemetery
CHARLES, William Union Army Captain. French Lick, Indiana.  HONORS courtesy of CPO Jerry C. Condra, USN Ret.  Biography.
COX, Charles He died at Young's Point, Louisiana
DUNCAN, Joseph, biog
FRENTRESS, Pharaoh; lived with family in French Lick after the war; transferred to Company A
GILLIAT, Nathan, biog
GILLIATT, John, biog
GRIGSBY, Bennet, biog
HALBERT, Silas, biog
KEYNON, Jackson, biog
MATHERS, James, biog
 MATHERS, Samuel, biog
MICKLER, Martin   Photo
MOORE, Christopher Columbus; "Columbus"; (1839-1871); son of Edward and Susannah (Bryant) Moore; wife Isabella Leonard; d. in Franklin Co., Kansas, bur. W. Baldwin, Kansas; contracted measles in service, discharged 24 Jun 1863 at Black River Bridge, MS, for poor health; d. of tuberculosis
MOORE, Edward Windsor Jr.; "Windsor"; (b. 1834, wounded 11 Jul 1863 Jackson, MS, d. 19 Jul 1963); son of Edward and Susannah (Bryant) Moore; wife Clorinda Spaulding; bur. Moore's Ridge; stone reads: "Then conquer we must / For our cause it is just. / And this is our motto / In God is our trust."
MOORE, Solomon; (1822-1898); son of John Moore and Rebecca Alspaugh; discharged for disability; died in Wilson County, Kansas; see obit
PINNICK, Elijah T.; 2nd Lieutenant
PINNICK, John Jr., biog
PINNICK, William, biog
PRUETT, John, biog
RITTER, John, M.D., biog
SHIRLEY, William, biog
SPAULDING, Richard A.; (1830-1896); son of Nelson and Elizabeth (Luttrell) Spaulding; wife Martha Ann Moore
STULTZ, John H., 1841-1903, wife Dillary; bur. Old Union Cemetery.
WHITTINGTON, James R.  Promoted to corporal Jan 16, 1863, sergeant Mar 24, 1863. Mustered out Indianapolis, Indana
WILSON,  James L.  Mustered out Indianapolis, Indiana

50th Regiment Company D Indiana Volunteer Infantry
JACKMAN, George W., October 1, 1861 for a period of three years and he died 26-Feb-1864 in a military hospital at Louisville Kentucky, of consumption and he was buried at Wolfington Jackman cemetery.
WINNINGHAM,  Solomon

50th Regiment Company F Indiana Volunteer Infantry
BURGESS, D. O.; bur. Stampers Creek Baptist Church, Orange County, IN
CRAIG, Isaac A.; 2nd Lieutenant
HUNGATE, John; Captain
McCLINTOCK, B.F.; 1st Lieutenant
WELLS, John A. mustered into Co. D and F of the 50th Reg. of Indiana Infantry on 30 Oct 1862.. Transferred to the 52nd Reg , Co. D - date of muster 18 Oct. 1864. Mustered out 10 Sep 1865. He is buried in an abandoned cemetery in Greenfield Twp.
WALTON,  Samuel 
WOOD, Calvin R. Promoted to corporal June 18, 1863. Mustered out Indianapolis, Indiana

50th Regiment Company I Indiana Volunteer Infantry
McCART, Thomas K.

52nd Regiment Company D Indiana Volunteer Infantry
VEACH, Parson; (1823-1884) Mustered in 31 October 1861, Mustered out 16 March 1865
53rd Regiment Company F Indiana Volunteer Infantry
Roberts, William.  Company F 53rd Indiana Infantry, commanded by Thomas N. Robertson. Drafted September 23, 1864, discharged in Washington D.C. May 31, 1865.  Pension File

53rd Regiment Company H Indiana Volunteer Infantry
HUBBS,Thomas B.

53rd Regiment Company K Indiana Volunteer Infantry
ALLEGREE, William (8 Oct 1839-21 Sep 1926); private, drafted 23 Sep 1864 at Orange Co, Co K, 53rd Regt Ind Inf Vols; mustered out at Washington, D.C. 31 May 1865; wife: Nancy A. Allen; died and buried at Shoals, Martin County, IN.
CLAXTON, William A.-24 Aug 1845 - 22 Feb 1919). Enlisted and served in the 53rd Indiana Infantry from 1861 until the end of the war. He was the son of Jeremiah Claxton and Eliza Walker Claxton.
CLOUD, William T., 2nd Lieutenant
JOHNSON, James Luke.  Honors   Draft Record   Obituary Courtesy of Dan Johnson
McDONALD, Mereda, 1st Lieutenant
REEVES, Wiley R., Captain
WALKER,  Henry  Corporal. Volunteer Feb 8, 1864 Muster out Louisville, Kentucky
WRIGHT,   Elijah Clay  HONORS courtesy of CPO Jerry C. Condra, USN Ret.
WRIGHT, THOMAS. Private Co K, Fifty-third Indiana Infantry (Volunteer) from 3 June 1862 until 21 July 1865. Wounded at Big Hatchie, MS in October 1862. Re-enlisted (verteranized) 3 January 1863. Returned to Orangeville after the war and lived there with wife Mary Jane Stackhouse Wright. Worked as a blacksmith and farm laborer. In mid to late 1870s moved with family of five children to Riceville, Crawford County where he purchased a home in 1881. Awarded "Invalid's Pension" in 1885 for disablities stemming from Civil War service. Died in Dubois County 23 March 1890. Buried Cuzco Cemetery.

53rd Regiment Company N Indiana Volunteer Infantry
WRIGHT, James H.  

58th Regiment CompanyI Indiana Volunteer Infantry
MOORE, Joseph H.; son of John and Mary (Davis) Moore
MOORE, Thomas Coulter, Sergeant; ((1837-1862); d. of typhoid in Columbia, TN in army; wife America Tillery


59thRegiment  Indiana Volunteer Infantry
Report Of The Adjutant General

59th Regiment CompanyUnknown Indiana Volunteer Infantry
CHURCHILL, William
MURPHY, James N.
RILEY, Thomas
WELLMAN, W.H.

59th Regiment Company F Indiana Volunteer Infantry
KEY, Charles His residence was Valeene. Indiana.  He was either 17 or 18 years old and lived with his parents  Goolsberry and Mary Stroud Key.  He enlisted on Dec 2, 1861.  He was in the 59th Indiana Regiment Co. F.  He was killed at Vicksburg, Mississippi during the Battle of VIcksburg with a musket ball thru the neck.  I do not know where he is buried as he is not listed on the rooster of the National Cemetery in Mississippi.  That is not unusual since many of the soldiers were buried on the war field with wooden plaques giving their names and by the time they were moved to the cemetery the plaques were unreadable.. Charles was at the time of service the breadwinner of his family.  He sent money he earned home for his family.  Their were many children and a father ill with little to no money.
HOLADAY, Benjamin Frank; Union Army, Indiana Company F, Regiment 59 Infantry. He served from December 3, 1861 until July 17, 1865. There is a marker in the Vicksburg National Battlefield Park for his Company. Benjamin was born in Orange County, Indiana born November 11, 1834, died June 17, 1880 in Iuka, Illinois. He was the son of William H. and Miriam Hollowell Holaday, both of Orange County, Indiana. His widow, Elizabeth Jane Ellis died April 18, 1920 at Rego, Orange County, Indiana. Only one child survived to adulthood, William Alonzo Holaday, my grandfather. Courtesy of Darlene Holaday Burke
JONES, William Mc.; he was enrolled on February 22, 1864 at "Vileene," Ind. He mustered in on March 4 or 14, 1864, by a Capt. Brayton in Indianapolis. His nativity is listed as Washington Co., IN, but he can be found in the 1860 Orange Co. census, Stamper's Creek Township, with a wife Mary Jane( Everett) and one daughter Margaret Emma.
LENARD, Bailey b-9/16/1829 Orange Co. d-12/7/1899 Buried South Liberty Cemetery,Orange Co. wife Matilda Hubbs
NOBLITT, John Thomas CPL. Civil  War Veteran Union Army.Served with the 59th Regiment of Indiana Volunteers Company F. Prisoner of War.  Honors  (Courtesy of  CPO Jerry C. Condra USN Ret.) 
NOBLITT, John T., was enrolled on the 2nd of Dec., 1861 at Valeene, In on DEC 2, l861 in Company F 59th Regiment of Indiana Volunteers to serve 3 years or during length of war. He was mustered into service on Feb 11. at Gosport, In. He was discharged on May 16, 1865. Prisoner of War records show him captured at Lynch Creek, S.C. On Feb. 25.1865 and paroled at Aiken's Landing, Va. March 3 ,1865, And reported at Annapolis, Md (date not given) Then reported at Camp Chase, Ohio on April 5.1965 and sent to provost marshal April 13,l965, I have a copy of a letter that John T. Noblitt wrote from a camp near Fort Wood, Mississippi. on March 29, 1863. Honors
UNDERWOOD, Enoch
WHITE, Isaac,  Volunteer Jan 1 1864 Mustered out at Louisville Kentucky
YOUNG, John C., b-8/22/1844 TN,d-9/23/1915 buried Elon Cemetery(Patoka Memorial). wife Mariah J. McKeighen, he was in both A and F Indiana Infantry.

59th Regiment Company G Indiana Volunteer Infantry
WHITE, Warren, Aug 13, 1873 -- "Declaration for Invalid Army Pension" submitted. Warren enlisted on Sept. 23, 1864 at Orange Co., Indiana as a private in the fifty ninth Regiment of Indiana Infty Volunteers in the war 1861. He was honorably discharged May 8, 1865 at Indianapolis, Indiana. Was at Camp Barrington at Indianapolis, IN . . . . He appoints Nathaniel CRANE of Solsberry. Greene Co. State of Indiana his attorney. . . . (signed) Warren White, witnesses (signed) William R. GRAVES and Michian CRITCHFIELD.

65th Regiment Company I Indiana Volunteer Infantry
BRINER, William H. He is the son of John Briner (b. 1813 PA) that lived in and around Paoli for about ten years and then moved to Daviees County, IN where he had an original Land Patent No. 11351. The Land Patent listed him as a resident of Orange County, IN. William H. Briner was a charter member of GAR Post No. 474 at Odon, IN. He died on April 2, 1919 at 74 years of age.

66th Regiment Company A Indiana Volunteer Infantry
TILLERY, Alfred

66th Regiment Company B Indiana Volunteer Infantry
HARRISON, Bennett G. (ca 1819-17 Apr 1864); enrolled as private Co B, 66th Regt Ind Vols at Salem, mustered into service as corporal at New Albany 19 Aug 1862. Died in field hospital at Pulaski, TN; born in Washington Co, lived in Orangeville in 1860, wife: Susan Mullins.

66th Regiment Company D Indiana Volunteer Infantry
BROWN, Talbott  Union Army Private, Served with the 66th Indiana Volunteer Infantry, Orleans Indiana Honors Courtesy of CPO Jerry C. Condra, USN Ret.
ELROD, Jacob N., d. 27 Nov 1862, age 31y/10m/20d, bur. at Old Union Cemetery.
HALL, Robert Morris, s/o John Everett and Margaret Hall, Orange County. Died 11 Mar 1863, Corinth, Miss., age 19
HOLLOWELL, William, was killed during the Civil War at the battle for Atlanta, Georga on July 29, 1864. He served in Company D, 66th Indiana Volunteer Infantry Regiment. He was enrolled in at Paoli, IN by Capt. Payne on 12 Aug. 1862 and was Must. In on 19 Aug, 1862 at New Albany, IN by Gen Wallace He was 26 years old, Eyes: blue, Hair: black, Height: 5'11". Completion: fair, Nativity: Orange CO, IN. He was the son of John and Elizabeth Lindley. He was married to Elizabeth Osborn and they had 3 children; Mary, James Kelly and David M.
MANSHIP, Charles, He enlisted Aug 12 , l862 and was discharged at Washington, DC on June 3, l865
MILLIS, John, biog
MOON, Jehu; (1838-1915) Mustered in 19 August 1862, Discharged 9 January 1865 Disability
MOON, Jesse B.; (1844-1908) Mustered in 19 August 1862, Mustered out 3 June 1865
MOON, Virgil; (1835-1916) Mustered in 19 August 1862, Mustered out 3 June 1865 Corporal
MOON, William; (1836-1864) Mustered in 19 August 1862, Died 24 April 1864 Pulaski, Tennessee
WEBB. John Mustered out Washington DC
WILSON, William Rank in Corporal. Out sergeant
66th Regiment Company E Indiana Volunteer Infantry
BROWN, Bedford B.  (Jan 5, 1840 - Feb 26, 1928)  Pension Appl. Enlisted 8/11/1862 Prisoner of War 8/30/1862, paroled samed day. Mustered out 6/3/1865.  Honors courtesy of Leslie Brown.
FAUCETT, Eli, biog
GROMER, John Singelton, Under Capt Bivins Co. E 66th Regiment, Indiana Infantry Vol 8 Aug 1862, 1862, Aug. 30-Taken Prisioner Battle of Richmond, Kentucky, discharged 26 May 1863.Personal History
MOAD or MODE, Calvin; (12 Jun 1839-28 Oct 1880); enrolled 6 Aug 1862, mustered out 2 Jun 1865; wife: Mary Emeline Breeden. Born in Orange Co, IN, died Hazleton, Gibson, IN.
PRUETT, Private Thomas J., Orleans,Ind.
QUARTERMAN, Benjamin, Killed in Richmond, KY on 30-August-1862, 11 days after being mustered into the army at New Albany, Indiana. Battle of Richmond. 66th Regiment, Indiana Volunteers, Co. E.
WALLACE,  John Discharged Louisville, Kentucky
WELCH, James  Mustered out Washington DC
WILSON,James W,enlisted on Dec 1, 1863 at Paoli and was mustered out May 30, 1865 at Madison , Ind.
WORRELL, William H.  Mustered out Washington, D. C.
WOODS, John W. Mustered out Washington, D. C.
66th Regiment Company G Indiana Volunteer Infantry
Thomas B. Cox 66th Inf. Co E. Died at Andersenville Prison 7/28/ 1864

66th Regiment Company K Indiana Volunteer Infantry
BREEDEN, Henry Pierce (27 May 1827-20 Dec 1862), private Co K, 66th Regt IN Vols; died of pneumonia in Indianapolis; son of Henry and Mary (Davis) Breeden, born Shelby Co KY; wife: Mary Ellen Carroll Moore; buried in Moores Ridge Cemetery.
66th Regiment Company Unknown Indiana Volunteer Infantry
HOPPER, William Jasper (8 May 1838-21 Sep 1926); private Co E, 66th Regt Ind Inf Vols, enrolled 8 Aug 1862 at Orleans, discharged at Madison, IN 24 May 1865, son of John Jr. and Susan (Lankford) Hopper; wife 1) Elizabeth Moffett, 2) Jemima Allen Nelson, 3) Louisa Chestnut. Died and buried in Martin County.
TEGARDEN, George, biog
THOMAS, Josiah, from an unidentified newspaper clipping: Rev. Josiah Thomas was a native of KY, but most of his life was spent in Orange County; was 35 years when he enlisted and left his bride of 10 years, the former Susan Brengle, in Orange County; when he mustered out he returned to Orange County to farm and preach. The couple had five children, a daughter who died in infancy, Oscar, George W., John Rowan, and Betty. Josiah Thomas died in 1910.  See also Thomas Josiah W.

67th Regiment Company H
Indiana Volunteer Infantry
HAMILTON, John Russell, (22 Apr 1838-12 Nov 1904); son of Irvin and Lorena (Jones) Hamilton; enlisted in Co H, 67th Regt IN Vols at Lawrence Co. 8 Aug 1862, mustered in at Madison, IN 19th Aug. No record of muster out. wife: Emily L. Breeden. born Orange Co, died Winslow, Pike Co, IN.
MOORE, John, son of Edward Moore and Abigal Reed(e). Born 1/22/1822 and died 4/1/1886. Married 1)Margaret Kearby 2)Mahala Prather. Civil War Service- Pvt. in Capt. Kelly's Company H, 67th Regiment of the Indiana Volunteers. Founder of the Lawrence County G.A.R.
MOORE, Volney Thorton; (1836-1921 or 22); son of Henry and Elizabeth (Snyder) Moore; wife Rachel Glover; died in Orleans, IN
67th Regiment Company J US Colored Troops Indiana Volunteers
 McDONALD, Clement (died 1864
79thth Regiment Company C Indiana Volunteer Infantry
 LEONARD, Hiram born ca 1840 son of Jesse & Belinda Leonard died McMinnville Tennessee July 1863

81st Regiment Indiana Volunteer Infantry
  • ABEL, Francis M.
  • ABEL, George W.
  • ABEL, John
  • ABEL, John A. H.
  • ABEL, Samuel
  • McCRACKEN, William F.
  • PRUETT, Noble
  • PRUETT, William
  • SORRELS, Daniel Northwest TWP, buried Old Union Cemetery
  • TOLBERT, Shadrach
  • TOLBERT, Thomas
  • YATES, William French Lick TWP buried Ames Cemetery

  • 81st Regiment  Company C Indiana Volunteer Infantry
    Wheeler, William C. Captain Field & Staff Promoted Lt. Colonel. Resigned

    81st Regiment  Company F Indiana Volunteer Infantry
    ALLEN, George W.; (b. 1839), biog

    82nd Regiment  Company K Indiana Volunteer Infantry
    McCART, John Preston

    91st Regiment  Company I Indiana Volunteer Infantry
    BREEDEN, Edward Windsor; son of Isaac and Sarah (Moore) Breeden; died of measles immediately after return from war; bur. Moore's Ridge Cemetery

    93rd Regiment  Company C Indiana Volunteer Infantry
    FLICK, Braxton

    93rd Regiment  Company H Indiana Volunteer Infantry
                Log of the 93rd Regiment             
  • FLICK, William, killed in action
  • JOHNSON, Nelson; born in Orange County, NC; died in White River Twp, Gibson Co, IN; wife: Elizabeth Breeden.
  • TILLERY, Thomas A., enrolled 20 Aug 1862 in Orange County as a Private. Mustered into service 1 Oct 1862 at New Albany. Died at La Grange, TN 18 Feb 1863 of measles. Son of John and Rebecca Kearby Tillery. Wife, Abigail Moore.

  • 93rd Regiment  Company H Indiana Volunteer Infantry
    Includes Non-Orange County Residents
    Muster Roll Courtesy of Bill Swift
    Name Rnnk Age Home Remarks
    ALLEN, MILES PVT 20 NEWTON STEWART DIED IN HOSPITAL AT NEW 0RLEANS 4-11-65
    ATKINS, WILLIAM HENRY PVT 20 NEWTON STEWART DISCHARGED AT KEOKUK, IOWA 3-23-63
    BELCHER, JAMES PVT 19 MT PROSPECT --
    BELCHER, JOSEPH PVT 30 MT PROSPECT CAPTURED BY FORREST AT BRICES CROSS ROADS STILL IN PRISON
    BIGGERSTAFF, LAFAYETTE PVT 20 MT PROSPECT DIED IN HOSP AT NEW ALBANY DATE UNKNOWN
    BROWN, JOEL S. PVT 26 LEIPSIC --
    BROWN, REUBEN PVT 29 NEWTON STEWART DISCHARGED AT KEOKUK, IOWA 1-28-63
    BROWN, ZACHARIAH  J. PVT 35 NEWTON STEWART DIED AT MEMPHIS 12-27-62
    BRUBECK, ALEXANDER PVT 19 NEWTON STEWART DIED AT MEMPHIS 3-18-63
    BRUBECK, JOHN CPL 21 NEWTON STEWART DISCHARGED AT MEMPHIS 7-22-63
    BRUBECK, SAMUEL L. CPL 27 NEWTON STEWART CAPTURED AT BRICES CROSS ROADS 6-10-64, IS STILL IN PRISON
    BURKLEY, FREDERICK PVT 35 NEWTON STEWART (BORN AT AMSTADT, GERMANY)
    BURTON, JOHN MADISON PVT 23 BALLARDSVILLE,KY DIED AT LAGRANGE TENN 1-15-63
    BUTLER, NOBLE C. PVT 20 SALEM ON DETACHED DUTY AT MEMPHIS. MUSTERED IN AT INDPLS 3-10-64
    CADDELL, ALFRED PVT 36 NEWTON STEWART DIED AT MADISON, IND. 10-30-63
    CADELL, WILLIAM PVT 18 NEWTON STEWART MUSTERED IN 1-10-64 AT INDPLS. DIED IN REBEL PRISON 11-24-74 CANABA, ALA
    COX, JACOB PVT 22 NEWTON STEWART DIED IN REST HOSP MEMPHIS, TENN.
    CRITCHFIELD, JOHN SGT 32 MT PROSPECT REDUCED TO RANKS FOR ABSENCE WITHOUT LEAVE 1-1-63. MUSTERED OUT 6-20-65
    CUNNINGHAM, ROBERT P. PVT 21 CORYDON DIED AT CORINTH, MISS. 1-26-63
    DAWSON, STEPHEN PVT 33 FRANKLIN, IND DIED IN REBEL PRISON NOV 1864. MUSTERED IN 11-10-63 AT INDIANAPOLIS
    DEAN , GEORGE W. PVT 21 NEW ALBANY TRANSFERRED TO CO B 93RD IND. INFANTRY BY ORDER OF cOL. D.C. THOMAS 11-7-62
    DEWITT, ABRAHAM PVT 32 DITNA HILL DISCHARGED AT MOUND CITY, ILL 9-30-63
    DEWITT, SOLOMON F. PVT 30 DITNA HILL DISCHARGED AT KEOKUK, IOWA 4-8-63
    DOOLEY, WILLIAM P. PVT 20 NEWTON STEWART DIED AT BEAR CREEK, MISS. 6-30-63
    DRAKE, HENRY HARRISON PVT 25 WEST BADEN PROMOTED TO RANK OF SGT 2-9-63 MUSTERED OUT 8-10-65 AS SGT.
    EDVINGTON, WILLIAM L. PVT 28 WARRICK COUNTY DESERTED FROM MEMPHIS 1-27-63, IS GONE TO CANADA WITH HIS FAMILY
    ELLIOTT, THOMAS W. PVT 20 PAOLI DIED AT LAGRANGE, TENN 1-10-63
    FLICK, BRAXTON PVT 30 NEWTON STEWART DISCHARGED AT MOUNDS CITY ( PER IND. ARCHIVES)
    FLICK, CHRISTOPHER CPL 20 NEWTON STEWART DIED AT ST LOUIS 10-18-63
    FLICK, WILLIAM PVT 19 NEWTON STEWART DIED AT CORINTH 2-1-63
    GASS, JESSE NEWTON PVT 19 NEWTON STEWART CAPTURED BY FORREST AT BRICES CROSS ROADS 6-10-64. IS NOW AT INDIANAPOLIS
    GASS, NATHAN JACKSON 1ST SGT 26 NEWTON STEWART WAS CAPTURED AT BRICES CROSS ROAD 6-10-64. NOW AT HOME. MUSTERED OUT 7-19-65
    GIBBS, DAVID C. PVT 22 LITTLE ROCK, ARK DIED IN REST HOSP AT MEMPHIS 2-3-64. MUSTERED IN 12-14-63 AT MEMPHIS
    GILLIATT, THOMAS W. PVT 19 PROMOTED TO RANK OF SGT 2-9-63
    HEAD, JOHN C. CPL 29 NEWTON STEWART (FROM OLHAM CO., KY) DIED AT CAMP WOOD, MISS 8-26-63
    HESTAND, JESSE B. PVT 23 -- DESERTED AT MEMPHIS 2-27-63
    HOBSON, JACOB PVT 21 -- DISCHARGED AT MOUND CITY, ILL 5-22-63
    HOLLEN, WILLIAM #1 PVT 19 -- WOUNDED IN ACTION BEFORE NASHVILLE, HAND, SENT TO HOSP 12-16-64
    HOLLEN, WILLIAM #2 PVT 20 -- DIED AT JACKSON, MISS 7-15-63 OF DISEASE
    HOLLON, RICHARD H. PVT 19 -- SENT TO HOSPITAL NEW ORLEANS 4-1-63
    HOLLOWELL, EDWARD PVT 33 -- WOUNDED AND CAPTURED AT BRICES CROSS ROADS. DIED IN REBEL PRISON LATE JUNE 1864
    JACOBS, ELISHA P. PVT 42 NEWTON STEWART DIED AT CHICKASAW SPRINGS, MISS 6-9-63
    JOHNSON, NELSON PVT 30 PAOLI --
    LANKFORD, ALEXANDER B. PVT 21 NEWTON STEWART --
    LANKFORD, HENRY JORDAN PVT 19 PADORA CAPTURED AT BRICES CROSS ROADS 6-10-64
    LANKFORD, LARKIN PVT 21 MT PROSPECT MUSTERED IN 12-19-63 AT MEMPHIS PAID HIS OWN TRANSPORTATION TO MEMPHIS
    LASHBROOK, JOHN W. PVT 19 PAOLI DISCHARGED AT VICKSBURG, MISS 11-22-63
    LEONARD, ARCHIBALD ALLEN PVT 23 PADORA --
    LUTTRELL, JOHN SGT 24 WEST BADEN --
    MARLETT, GEORGE B. CPL 28 NEWTON STEWART DISCHARGED AT MEMPHIS 2-17-63
    MARLETT, GREEN CPL 22 NEWTON STEWART DIED AT OXFORD, MISS. 12-12-62
    MARLETT, LEVI PVT 22 NEWTON STEWART DIED AT HOLLY SPRINGS, MISS. 12-27-62
    MCCABE, WILLIAM PVT 19 VALLENE DIED AT LAGRANGE, TENN 3-13-63
    MCDONALD, HUGH PVT 30 MT PROSPECT WOUNDED AT NASHVILLE 12-16-64
    MCMILLIN, ALFRED PVT 26 NEWTON STEWART DIED AT MEMPHIS, TENN. 11-17-62
    MCWILLIAMS, JOHN PVT 20 MT PROSPECT DIED IN CAIRO, ILL 8-18-63
    MONROE, BENJ. FRANKLIN MUSIC. 19 JEFFERSON CO. DISCHARGED AT ST LOUIS 8-18-63
    MOORE, ALMERINE PVT 28 MT PROSPECT DIED IN THE SERVICE. DATE AND PLACE UNKNOWN TO ME
    MOORE, JOHN D. PVT 20 PAOLI DISCHARGED AT MEMPHIS, TENN. 1-3-63
    MOORE, THOMAS E. PVT 25 PAOLI DISCHARGED AT MEMPHIS, TENN. 1-3-63
    MORGAN, SAMUEL PVT 30 MIFFLIN --
    OBRIGANT, JAMES PVT 21 CORYDON DIED AT MEMPHIS, TENN 8-8-63
    PALMER, BENJAMIN F. PVT 30 NEWTON STEWART DIED AT VICKSBURG 8-5-63
    PARKS, JOHN WESLEY 1ST LT 39 MT PROSPECT --
    PARKS, WILLIAM W. CPL 26 NEWTON STEWART REDUCED TO RANK FOR ABSENCE WITHOUT LEAVE 3-25-63
    POLK, HENRY CLAY PVT 20 NEWTON STEWART DIED AT MEMPHIS 4-4-63
    PREWITT, JOSHUA PVT 25 MT PROSPECT DISCHARGED AT MOUND CITY, ILL 5-26-63
    PREWITT, NATHANIEL PVT 25 MT PROSPECT DISCHARGED AT VICKSBURG 9-9-63
    RILEY, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN PVT 20 VALLENE DISCHARGED AT ST LOUIS 6-7-63
    RILEY, SAMUEL L. CPL 27 NEWTON STEWART WAS CAPTURED BY FORREST AT BRICES CROSS ROADS, MISS 6-10-64
    RILEY, WILLIAM PVT 19 NEWTON STEWART DIED AT LAGRANGE, TENN. 1-16-63
    ROSE, CYRUS LANILL SGT 25 NEWTON STEWART DIED OF DISEASE AT DUCKPORT, LA 6-8-63
    ROSE, FRANCIS P. PVT 27 NEWTON STEWART DIED AT CHICKASAW SPRINGS, MISS 7-12-63
    SCHAEFFER, WESLEY H. PVT 21 NEWTON STEWART DIED AT ST LOUIS, MO. 2-22-63
    SHADINGER, FIDEL PVT 28 NEW ALBANY DIED AT CAMP WOODS, MILL. 8-22-63
    SHOULDERS, BENTON T MUSIC. 19 NEWTON STEWART DIED AT VICKSBURG 10-11-63
    SHOULDERS, WESLEY 2ND LT 29 NEWTON STEWART RESIGNED 3-5-63 AT MEMPHIS, TENN.
    SILLINGS, ANDREW J. PVT 20 NEWTON STEWART DISCHARGED AT MEMPHIS 2-6-63
    SMITH, GIDEON PVT 25 MT PROSPECT DIED AT CAIRO, ILL 12-18-62
    SPURLOCK, THEOPHILUS PVT 24 MIFFLIN CAPTURED AT BRICES CROSS ROADS 6-10-64 STILL A PRISONER
    STEWART, HUGH SGT 27 MT PROSPECT DISCHARGED AT MOUND CITY, ILL 9-27-63
    STOCKINGER, JOHN W. PVT 21 NEWTON STEWART DIED AT HOLLY SPRING, MISS. 12-27-62
    SUDDAITH, JAMES G. PVT 26 MT PROSPECT DISCHARGED AT FT PICKERING (1863 PER IND ARCHIVES)
    SWIFT, WILLIAM T. CAPT 28 NEWTON STEWART MUSTERED OUT OF SVC WITH REGIMENT 8-10-65
    TAYLOR, JOHN PVT --
    TAYLOR, URIAH PVT 21 PADORA SENT TO HOSPITAL NEW ORLEANS 3-20-65 MUSTERED OUT 5-30-65
    TILLERY, THOMAS A Wagoner 21 NEWTON STEWART DIED AT LAGRANGE, TENN. 2-18-63
    TRUSTY, JOHN PVT 24 NEWTON STEWART CAPTURED AT BRICES CROSS ROADS 6-10-64
    TRUSTY, WILLIAM PVT 26 NEWTON STEWART DIED AT ST LOUIS, MO 7-16-63
    WILSON, ANDREW PVT 27 NEWTON STEWART DISCHARGED AT MEMPHIS, TENN. 4-6-63
    WOLFINGTON, WILLIAM PVT 22 NEWTON STEWART KILLED BY RR CARS AT ORLEANS, IND 2-3-63
    WOODS, MILES PVT 34 NEWTON STEWART PROM TO CHAPLAIN AT MADISON, IND. 10-30-62

    120th Regiment Company H Indiana Volunteer Infantry
    HATFIELD, James P., corporal; enlisted in Salem on 10 Mar 1864; mustered out 8 Jan 1866. Settled in Orange County following the war.

    136th Regiment Company E Indiana Volunteer Infantry
    FULLEN, Patrick, bur. at Old Union Cemetery.

    137th Regiment Company K Indiana Volunteer Infantry
    BEASON,  Charles W.
    CARR, Elisha B.
    CARTER, Robert
    CARTER, Prior
    DECARD, George W.
    FIELDS, George
    FOSTER, Marshall G.
    FREEMAN, Charles L.
    GALLIHAR, Paul
    GILASPI, Isaiah
    Gowens James
    GOWENS, John M.
    HAMERSLY, Frederick
    HARRISON, James M.
    HOSTETLER, Daniel R.
    JOHNSON, John 
    KEEDY, Abram N.
    LEMOND, James M.
    MCPHERSON, Shell
    MILLER, William S.
    MONTGOMERY, Martin
    MOORE, Davis
    PARISH, Ambers
    PARISH, Thomas A.
    RIGGS, Reden
    TEGARDEN, James H.
    VANCLEVE, Cambern R.
    WEBB, Arthur G.
    WIRES,  Robert H.
    WIRES, Columbus H
    WIRES, Samuel.
    WRIGHT,  James
    WRIGHT, Green T.

    143rd Regiment Company C Indiana Volunteer Infantry
    BEATTY, George W.

    144th Regiment Company A Indiana Volunteer Infantry
    LIVINGSTON, Kinsey; Discharged August 5th at Stevenson Station Virginia. His discharge papers were signed by Capt. Henry Ewing.
    .BARNARD, William R.; (ca 1842-1900); bur. Stampers Creek Baptist Church, Orange County, IN

    144th Regiment Company C Indiana Volunteer Infantry
    HATFIELD,  Isaac F.

    144th Regiment Company E Indiana Volunteer Infantry
    HAMMOND, Isaac    

    144th Regiment Company F Indiana Volunteer Infantry
    AGAN, Francis
    ALSPAUGH, Solomon
    BOBBITT, William
    BOYD,  Lynden
    BROWN, Cornelius
    BYERS,  Henry F.
    CRANDALL, Ezra J.
    DEAL,  PHILLIP M.
    DEAL, John T.
    DEAL, George W.
    GOSHEN, William
    MOFFIT, William
    NOBLITT,  James L.
    PINNICK, George W.; Enlisted in Company F 144 Indiana Infantry August 15, 1864 and was discharged August 15, 1865. George was born in Orange Co. March 1, 1847. He joined the Sol Meredith Post No. 65, Grand Army of the Republic Nov. 6, 1884 and at one time served as Commander, Chaplain and Trustee.
    PITMAN,  Harrison
    PRUITT, Joshua
    RIGGS,  Ridden
    TOWER, John W.

    144th Regiment Company G Indiana Volunteer Infantry
    KEMP,  Henry
    LIKENS, Samuel
    LIVINGSTON, Kinsey
    MILLER , Smith P.
    TEGARDEN, Andrew

    145th Regiment Company C
    Indiana Volunteer Infantry
    McIVER, William S.

    145th Regiment Company D Indiana Volunteer Infantry
    CUTSINGER, James, private, Co D, 145th Regt Ind Vols, enrolled 3 Feb 1865 at Columbus, IN; died in hospital at Macon, GA 14 Dec 1865; wife: Deliah (Dilley) Allen.

    145th Regiment Company I Indiana Volunteer Infantry
    BREWER, Samuel J., (11 Jul 1840-14 Oct 1912); private, Co I, 145th Regt Ind Inf, enrolled 9 Feb 1865, mustered out with company 21 Jan 1865 at Macon, GA; son of Ambrose and Elizabeth (Seals) Brewer; born Hawkins Co, TN, died in Jackson Twp, Orange Co, buried Cane Creek Cemetery; wife: 1) Martha J. Van Hook (div), 2) Sarah Jane Harrison.

    146th Regiment Company C Indiana Volunteer Infantry
  • BEATTY, Robert M.
  • BEATTY, Walker
  • HARMON, George W.

  • 154th Regiment Company K Indiana Volunteer Infantry
    CLEMENTS, Thomas V. Pvt Co. K 154th Regt. Time 1 yr. Enr. Mar. 17, 1865 Where: Lafayette by Capt. Mack? Age 19, Eyes Blue, Hair Auburn, Height 5' 7 1/2", complexion Dark, Nativity Orange Co., Ind. Ocp'n Farmer, Mustered Out at Stevenson Sta., VA Aug. 4 1865. [son of James and Martha GARR CLEMENTS. Thomas married Mary Ellen MARTIN. Mary Ellen was born December 13, 1853. Their first child was born January 4, 1874. They had five children]

    156th Regiment Company A Indiana Volunteer Infantry
    HARRISON, Joseph Warren (15 Mar 1848-19 Apr 1926), private, Co A, 156th Regt Ind Inf Vols; enrolled 15 Mar 1865 at Indianapolis, mustered out 4 Aug 1865 at Shenandoah, VA; born in Orange Co, died and buried at Yale, Pawnee, OK, son of Christopher C. and Mary (Allen) Harrison; wife 1) Nancy Jane Roach, 2) Cora Berniece Lake Manley.