Indiana Soldiers
2nd Regiment
Indiana Volunteer Infantry
Mexican War
Company C

Source for these records are Indiana in the Mexican War, by Oran Perry, Adjutant General, Indianapolis, 1 Aug 1908. This Company consisted mostly of soldiers from Clay County, Indiana, called the Clay County Volunteers.


Captain
John Osborn
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill. Served in the Civil War as a Colonel.  Was 
from Bowling Green, Indiana.  [1] 
1st Lieutenant
Allen T. Rose
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, 
by Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1] 
2nd Lieutenants
John T. Alexander
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, 
by Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1]

Joshua Moore
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, 
by Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1] 
Sergeants
Thomas Grimes
Clay County, mustered in 19 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, transferred 24 Jun 1846 to Quarter Master Sergeant, 
mustered out 21 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by Colonel Samuel 
Churchill.  Thomas Grimes, Captain, the son of George and Elizabeth 
Donohoe Grimes, was born 18 May 1823 in Leeburg, Loudoun County, 
Virginia.  He died 10 Feb 1876 in San Luis Valley, Saguache County, 
Colorado.  Thomas married Sarah Jane Gildea on 2 Sep 1847 in Bowling 
Green, Indiana.  Sarah was the daughter of James and Sarah Zenor Gildea 
of Clay County, Indiana and was born 9 May 1830 in Louisville, Kentucky. 
She died in her daughter's (Mary E. Crosley) home in Denver, Colorado on 
20 Jul, 1900.  They had 9 children, all born in Indiana. He moved to Colorado 
around Nov 1872 and obtained property in the San Luis Valley and was a 
cattle rancher.  He died at Rito Alto, Saguache County, on 10 Feb, 1876.
In the Civil War, Thomas was commissioned 2nd Lieutenant in the 85th 
Indiana Infantry on 15 Aug 1862 and promoted to Captain on 1 Apr 1863. 
Captured at the Battle of Thompsonıs Station when the Union Troops were 
outnumbered and overrun, he was marched as a Prisoner from Tennessee 
to Richmond, Virginia to the infamous Libby Prison. He was exchanged for 
a Confederate of like rank and returned to duty. Thomas was discharged in 
1865.  Thomasıs brother, George Jr. was captured in that same incident and 
also sent to Libby prison.. George served almost 3 years in the Civil War, 
having been promoted from First Orderly Sergeant to 2nd Lieutenant in the 
85th Regiment on Nov 21, 1862, promoted to 1st Lieutenant May 21, 1863, 
and to Captain on Sept 1, 1864. George was also exchanged for a like officer 
of the South.  Before the Mexican War, Thomas had tried his hand at panning 
for gold in California and giving that up, he returned to Indiana.  Thomas 
Grimes was a brother of my Great Grandfather, William Grimes.  Source
for this information is John E. Grimes at email address carolned@pacbell.net

John M. Melton
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1]

Charles W. Moss
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, 
by Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1] 

Henry Moss
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846 at New Albany Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847 at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill. Sergeant Henry Moss hailed from Clay County, 
Indiana.  He married Jane Blanton (formerly Mrs. Sutcleff) in Morgan County.  
There were two daughters from her first marriage.  There were three with 
Henry.  There exists two letters written by Henry to Jane....one from Fort 
Belknap, Texas in late 1846 and a second from Buena Vista, Mexico in early 
1847.  He returned and both he and Jane are buried in the Bowling Green 
Cemetery in Clay County.  Henry's father is one of the original founders 
of Clay County and Bowling Green.  Source is [Richard Blanton], and [1]

Augustine S. Nation
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1] 
Corporals
John F. Branham
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, 
by Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1]

Absolom Hall
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, 
by Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1]

Thomas Jenkins
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1]

Daniel D. Walker
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1] 
Musicians
Randall Chance
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1]

James Marshall
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1]
Privates
William I. R. Blackman
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1]

Erwin Blumk
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1]

Samuel Blunk
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1]

Hukey Brown
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1]

Wilbur Brown
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, died 28 Jul 1846.  [1]

Miles Brush
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1]

Henry C. Cameron
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1]

Alexander Carithers
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, died 25 Feb 1847.  [1]

Squire L. Case
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1]

Timothy Chambers
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, died 24 Oct 1846.  [1]

Thomas I. Cromwell
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1]

William Crouse
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, 
by Colonel Samuel Churchill.   He was born Oct 1825 in Ashe County,
North Carolina.  He also served in the Civil War, enlisting in Company A, 
43rd Indiana Volunteers in 20 Aug 1862.  He died of Illness in Helena, 
Arkansas while serving in the war.  He was the son of Martin Crouse and 
Susannah Waggoner.  Martin was born in Ashe County, North Carolina in 
1797.  Susannah was born about 1800 in North Carolina.  They were 
married in 1819 in North Carolina and came to Indiana in 1834 settling on 
the Clay/Owen County line near Patricksburg, Indiana, where they raised 
a family of 15 children.  In 1880 Martin and Susannah moved to Illinois 
where Susannah died in 1881 and Martin died 13 Apr 1883.  They are 
buried in the DeVore Cemetery in Jasper County, Illinois.  Martin and 
Susannah had the following children: Winston; Evyline; Frances; William; 
Eli; Jacob; Calvin; Wady; Andrew; Stephen; Henry; Benjamin; Harrison; 
Fredrick; and Susannah.  William was married three times, first to Daisy 
Kendall, who died in childbirth in 1848/49, second to Hannah Lenhart, who 
died in 1853, and to Angeline Haltom, who died in 1862.  William and 
Daisy's son, Martin died at birth.  William and Hannah had one son, 
Calvin, who was born in 1852.  William and Angeline had two sons, Henry, 
born 1835/6, who died 4 Jan 1875, and Jacob, born Dec 1859 who died 
before Sep 1886.  Source for this information is Norma Sollman at email 
address Kcsollman@aol.com and [1].

Winston Crouse
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, 
by Colonel Samuel Churchill.  He was born 8 Feb 1820 in Ashe County,
North Carolina.  He also served in the Civil War, enlisting in Company I, 
29th Iowa volunteers in Aug 1862 and served three years.  He was the son 
of Martin Crouse and Susannah Waggoner.  Martin was born in Ashe County, 
North Carolina in 1797.  Susannah was born about 1800 in North Carolina.  
They were married in 1819 in North Carolina and came to Indiana in 1834 
settling on the Clay/Owen County line near Patricksburg, Indiana, where 
they raised a family of 15 children.  In 1880 Martin and Susannah moved 
to Illinois where Susannah died in 1881 and Martin died 13 Apr 1883.  They 
are buried in the DeVore Cemetery in Jasper County, Illinois.  Martin and 
Susannah had the following children: Winston; Evyline; Frances; William; 
Eli; Jacob; Calvin; Wady; Andrew; Stephen; Henry; Benjamin; Harrison; 
Fredrick; and Susannah.  Winston was married to Mary Stephens 12 Mar 
1847 in Indiana.  They were the parents of 10 children as follows: Susan 
Boots; Wady Jane Foster; Mahala, died as an infant; Lewis Jasper; Elijah 
Andrew; Sarah Ann Godown; James Martin; Matilda Emmeline Wasson; 
Mary Alice Lisle; and Louesa Adeline Horr.  Winston died 12 Feb 1898 in 
Linden, Dallas County, Iowa, and is buried at Panora, Guthrie County, Iowa.  
Source for this information is Norma Sollman at email 
Kcsollman@aol.com and [1].

John Dalgarn
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, discharged 10 Sep 1846.  [1]

Benjamin Deal
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1]

Joshua Deal
County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, discharged 20 Dec 1846.  [1]

Frederick Eckerd
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1]

John B. Evans
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1]

Isaac Ferguson
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1]

Charles D. Gilbert
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill.  Source is Indiana in the Mexican War, Oran Perry, 
1908. Charles D. Gilbert was b.Abt.1828 in Belmont Co., Ohio. He lived in 
Clay Co., IN when he joined Co. "K" 2nd Ind. Regt. and served as a Private
during the Mexican War. He was wounded in the left thigh at Buena Vista,
Mexico on 23 September 1847. He returned to Clay Co. and lived there until 
1854 when he began a series of moves between Iowa, Missouri, and Kansas. 
He married Pheriba Collier (b.5 March 1837 in Martinsville, Ind.) on 28 January, 
1855 in Clarke Co., Iowa. Pheriba was the daughter of Richard and Mary (Bales) 
Collier. They had 10 children : Thomas J., Richard M., Charles M., William, John, 
Mary A., Albert R., May. Norah B., and Laura P. Gilbert all born between 1858 
and 1879. Charles D. Gilbert died 18 January 1885 in Woodson Co., Kansas 
and is buried in the Toronto Cemetery there. In an affidavit to the pension record
application that Pheriba made on 14 December, 1887, she states that she had 
moved to Clay Co., IN with her younger children and was being supported by a 
W. F. Gilbert of Art, Clay Co., IN, who was not legally required to do so. This is 
the last record that I have of Pheriba. Charles D. Gilbert also served as a 
Corporal in Co. "D" of the 39th Iowa Infantry. Most of the soldiers in that unit 
were from Clarke Co., Iowa. Source for this information is Karen L. Spector,
klspector@prodigy.net my snail mail address is: 7010 Elizabeth Dr. McLean, 
VA 22101

Ebeneezer Gilbert
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1]

John F. Gillespie
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, discharged 10 Sept 1846.  [1]

Sidney H. Golson
County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1]

Moses Harvey
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1]

Adam Hawk Jr.
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1]

Thomas F. Hensley
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1]

Elisha Horn
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1]

Jacob Hudson
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1]

John Hudson
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, died 3 Aug 1846.  [1]

Adam Huffman
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, discharged 20 Dec 1846.  [1]

Peter Huffman
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1]

David Jones
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1] 

John B. Jones
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, discharged 29 Jul 1846.  [1]

Abraham Kendall
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1]

Elisha Kendall
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1]

John Kendall
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1] 

William Kendall
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, died 31 Aug 1846.  [1] 

Paschal Lapeer
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1]

James Leonard
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1]

John W. Long
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, 
by Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1]

Samuel Moss
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1] 

Nathan Myers
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1] 

Stephen P. O'Brien
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1] 

James M. Oliver
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1]

William J. Patton
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, discharged 10 Sep 1846.  [1] 

Reason Phipps
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1]

Benjamin Randall
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1] 

William Richardson
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, died 2 Oct 1846.  [1]

Elisha E. Rose
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1]

William L. Shields
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1] 

William H. Sparks
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1] 

Littleton L. Sumpter
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1]

William L. Thomas
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, discharged 10 Sep 1846.  [1]

Zachariah J. Vontruce
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1] 

 Franklin Waddle
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1]

John Wakefield
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1]

Thomas Wakefield
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1] 

Jesse Walker
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, discharged 10 Sep 1846.  [1]

Richard Walker
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, discharged 10 Sep 1846.  [1] 

Warren W. Walker
Clay County, mustered in 20 Jun 1846, at New Albany, Indiana, by Colonel 
Samuel Churchill, mustered out 23 Jun 1847, at New Orleans, Louisiana, by 
Colonel Samuel Churchill.  [1]

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