Company B

"Daviess County Rangers"


Officers

Captain

William E. Davis

Aug '61-Jan '63

Captain

John W. Thornberg

Jan '63-Nov '64

First Lieutenant

Thomas W. Casey

Aug '61-Mar '64

Enlisted Men

Sergeant

Peter Ragle, Jr.

Aug '61-Nov '64

Color Sergeant

Private

George W. Gore

Aug '61-Nov '64

Captured 5 Rebel Soldiers

Private

Hiram Kinnaman

Aug '61-Nov '64

 

Private

Joseph D. Laughlin

Aug '61-Nov '64

Private

John D. Laughlin

Aug '61-Nov '64

Private

Bartholomew O'Callaghan

Aug '61-Nov '62

Jim Thomas

Private

Thomas K. Bruner

Aug '61-Nov '64

Doug Dougherty

Private

Joseph Edwards

Aug '61-Oct '64

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Roster expanded and corrected by Steven D. Russell 1999, 2000, 2001 from Copyright work of Wilbur D. Jones Jr. 1991, Alexandria, Virginia. Used with permission.

Company B

Service Records

 

Principal County = Daviess; Recruitment Center = Raglesville

Formed 7-61 by = Capt Jackson L Moore, Raglesville

Original Officers = Moore; First Lieutenant William E Davis, Raglesville; Second Lieutenant John W Thornburgh, Raglesville

Predominant National Stock = Scotch, Scotch-Irish

(County residence is Daviess unless otherwise indicated in parentheses)

OFFICERS

Personal Data Key = Residence (County), date mustered in/date commissioned as, age at time of muster in, verifiable marital status, height, occupation. An ( *) means the soldier is counted against the headquarters Field and Staff in the regimental stats.

CAPTAINS

Moore, Jackson L

Raglesville, 8-20-61/9-12-61, 29, m, 5-10, Physician

Resigned Camp Halleck Maryland 2-17-62 disability: chronic rheumatism hips & legs having not performed duty for 3 months. Died Washington Indiana 3-4-1905, buried Washington Oak Grove Cemetery

Davis, William E 2

Raglesville, 3-15-62/3-25-62, 26, s, 5-10

Promoted from First Lieutenant; Injured direct linguinal hernia right side caused on march from Winchester to Bull Run Virginia 3-62, fell into ditch; POW Front Royal Virginia 5-23-62, parolled Aikens Landing Virginia 8-17-62, Camp Chase Columbus Ohio 9-10-62, exchanged. Returned regiment 11-9-62. Resigned 1-9-63 disability: hernia. Died Mount Vernon Indiana 1-28-1907

Thornburgh (Thornberg), John W 2, 3

Raglesville, 1-10-63/3-1-63, 27

Promoted from First Lieutenant; Severely wounded at Gettysburg--glancing gunshot left side. 1st Division/12th Corps General Field Hospital Gettysburg Pennsylvania; Returned regiment 9-63; Veteran transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry, Commanded Company I 11-4-64; Mustered out 6-8-65. Died Ohio, buried Ohio

 

FIRST LIEUTENANTS

Davis, William E

8-30-61/9-12-61

Promoted Captain. Commanded Company 11-61 to 3-62

Thornburgh (Thornberg), John W

3-15-62/3-15-62

Promoted from Second Lieutenant; Commanded Company 5-23 to 11-9-62, 1-1-63 to Gettysburg. Promoted Captain

Casey, Thomas W 2, 3

Raglesville, 1-10-63/3-1-63, 20, s, 5-7, Farmer

Promoted from Second Lieutenant; Severely wounded at Gettysburg--gunshot right thigh & hip. 1st Division/12th Corps Field Hospital Gettysburg Pennsylvania. Hospital Baltimore Maryland. Returned to regiment 8-63; Missed siege of Atlanta, sick in hospital. Mustered out 11-4-64 term expired. Died Raglesville Indiana 5-9-99, buried Raglesville Cemetery

SECOND LIEUTENANTS

Thornburgh (Thornberg), John W

8-30-61/9-1-61

Promoted First Lieutenant

Casey, Thomas W

3-15-62/3-25-62

Promoted from First Sergeant. Promoted to First Lieutenant

Hubbard, William H

Raglesville, 1-10-63/1-10-63, 36, 5-10.5, Farmer

Promoted from First Sergeant. Service in the Mexican War. Wounded at Chancellorsville--minie ball instep left foot & in back, 3 metatarsal bones removed. 1st Division/12th Corps General Field Hospital. Armory Square United States Army General Hospital & Seminary United States Army General Hospital, Georgetown Washington DC. Furlough home 7-27-63. Never returned to regiment. Discharged 12-12-63 erysipilis & wounds. Half brother of Willis Hubbard of Company B. Buried Odon Indiana Walnut Hill Cemetery

 

ENLISTED MEN

Personal Data Key = Residence (County), age, verifiable marital status, height, occupation

 

FIRST (ORDERLY) SERGEANTS

Casey, Thomas W

Promoted Second Lieutenant

Hays (Hayes), John E

Greene County, 24, 6-0, Farmer

Promoted from Sergeant; Wounded at Gettysburg; Veteran transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry and later consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65; Died Odon, Indiana 2-25-90. Buried at Odon, Indiana, Walnut Hill Cemetery.

Hubbard, William H

Promoted from Sergeant. Promoted to Second Lieutenant

Lee, Harrison

Raglesville, 27, 6-2, Farmer

Promoted from Sergeant; Sick 1 yr 12-10-62 to 12-9-63 Jarvis United States Army General Hospital Baltimore Maryland. Camp A United States Army General Hospital Frederick Maryland. Several promotions while in hospital. Wounded at Resaca. Veteran transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry. Discharged Fort Schuyler New York Harbor 4-14-65 disability: phthisis pulmonalis. Died 3-6-1911

Ragle (Ragel), Jacob

Raglesville, 27, 5-10, Farmer

Promoted from Sergeant. Reduced to ranks 3-6-62; Discharged United States Army General Hospital, 5th & Buttonwood Streets Philadelphia Pennsylvania 6-62 for chronic diarrhea & chronic cystitis. Died 2-15-77, buried Raglesville Indiana Cemetery

SERGEANTS

Brashears (Broshears, Brashair), Ira

Daviess County, 28, s, 5-6, Minister

Company Clerk 61. Detached service 3-24 to 7-62. Resigned as Sergeant 6-15-62 into ranks; AWOL 3 days 8-62, 9-16-62 to 1-27-63. Wounded at Chancellorsville--gunshot, lost upper 1/3 right arm. 1st/Division 12th Corps Field Hospital Acquia Creek Virginia. Finley United States Army General Hospital Washington DC. Discharged 6-17-63 wounds: amputated too near joint for use of artificial limb. Died Vienna Virginia 1-14-1924

Guthry (Guthrey, Guthrie), Elisha

Daviess County, 29, 6-1, Farmer

Promoted from Corporal. Wounded at Buckton Station--thigh. POW at Winchester. Confederate hospital in Union Hotel Winchester Virginia 5-24-62. Parolled Winchester, Patent Office United States Army General Hospital Washington DC, and Indianapolis Indiana 8-7-62, Camp Chase Columbus Ohio 9-7 to 27-62, Camp Lew Wallace Ohio 10-31-62; Deserted Camp Wallace 11-15-62; Returned; Indianapolis 2-24-63, exchanged; Returned to regiment 2-63. Wounded at Gettysburg--ball perforating right abdomen, & spent shot wound at right elbow. 1st Division/12th Corps Field Hospital Gettysburg Pennsylvania. Died at Gettysburg 7-5-63 of wounds. Buried at Raglesville, Indiana, Raglesville Cemetery.

Hays (Hayes), John E

Promoted from Corporal. Promoted to First Sergeant 3-10-63

Hubbard, William H

Promoted to First Sergeant 3-6-62

Lee, Harrison

Promoted from Corporal. Resigned as Sergeant 9-1-62, reappointed Corporal. Promoted First Sergeant 63

Littell (Little), John Gilmore (B)

Daviess County, 29, m, 5-11, Farmer

Detached service, recruiting in Daviess County 11-9-63 to 4-64; Mustered out; Died Plainville Indiana 1-20-98, buried Plainville Cemetery

Ragle (Ragel), Jacob

Promoted First Sergeant

Ragle, Peter Jr

Raglesville, 19, s, 5-9.5, Farmer

Promoted from Corporal; Color Sergeant in 63; Severely wounded at Resaca carrying the colors into battle--gunshot through right shoulder joint cutting an artery. General Field Hospital Resaca Georgia. General Field Hospital Chattanooga Tennessee. Cumberland United States Army General Hospital Nashville Tennessee. Jefferson United States Army General Hospital Jeffersonville Indiana. Division 1 United States Army General Hospital Madison Indiana. Returned to regiment 64. Veteran transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry. Discharged Madison 5-23-65 for wounds; Died Elnora Indiana 12-19-1918, buried Raglesville Indiana Cemetery

Wallick (Wallack), Michael

Daviess County, 44, m, 5-8, Farmer

Wounded at Buckton Station--sabre thrust in right shoulder. POW at Buckton Station, prison Lynchburg, Libby Richmond & Belle Isle Virginia. Parolled Aikens Landing Virginia 9-13-62, Camp Parole Annapolis Maryland 9-18-62, exchanged. Returned to regiment. Wounded at Resaca--shell on left thigh slight contusion. Cumberland United States Army General Hospital Nashville Tennessee. Louisville Kentucky. Jefferson United States Army General Hospital Jeffersonville Indiana. Division 2 United States Army General Hospital Madison Indiana. Mustered out at Indianapolis Indiana 9-12-64. Died Odon Indiana 2-13-1905, buried Raglesville Indiana Cemetery

CORPORALS

Allen, Milton L

Daviess County, 18, m, 5-11, Farmer

Promoted from Private; Wounded at Buckton Station. Wounded at Antietam--gunshot in right breast & chest contusion from artillery wagon. Satterlee United States Army General Hospital West Philadelphia Pennsylvania. Detached service as Provost Marshall guard Camp Dana Philadelphia 6-28-63 to 5-64. Mustered out Chattanooga Tennessee 9-27-64. Died Van Buren Township Daviess County Indiana 7-10-1918, buried Van Buren Township Liberty Cemetery

Carson, William R

Daviess County, 25, m, 5-8.5, Farmer

Killed instantly at Cedar Mountain--ball in the head. Buried at Springville, Indiana, Springville Old Methodist Cemetery. One of few bodies from regiment recovered and buried in Indiana from Cedar Mountain.

Flinn, William M (N)

Raglesville, 22, 5-7, Farmer

Promoted from Private; Wounded at Gettysburg in the charge--gunshot fractured ribs & right lung partially consolidated, silk handerckief pulled through wound into body; United States Army General Hospital York Pennsylvania. Newton University United States Army General Hospital & Patterson Park United States Army Convalescent Hospital Baltimore Maryland. Returned to regiment 12-12-63. Slightly wounded at Atlanta 7-30-64--behind breastworks & shell burst fragment hit him in head; Detached service as Teamster 8-21 to 10-64. Veteran transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry and later consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65; Died Raglesville Indiana 2-21-1911, buried Raglesville Cemetery

Guthry (Guthrey, Guthrie), Elisha

Promoted from Private; Promoted Sergeant 3-10-63

Hays (Hayes), John E

Promoted from Private; Promoted to Sergeant 6-15-62

Ketcham, Lewis Seth

Daviess County, 21, Farmer

Discharged Camp Halleck Maryland 2-10-62 disability: chronic "soldier's rheumatism" principally of spine & lower extremeties. Died Daviess County Indiana 1-16-1905

Kint (Klint), Samuel

Daviess County, 44, m, 6-1.5, Farmer

Promoted from Private; Discharged United States Army General Hospital No 3 Lookout Mountain Chattanooga Tennessee 9-25-64 after sick hospital since 4-27-64, disability: scurvey, chronic diarrhea, much anemia & prostration from fatigue & exposure; Died 3-26-80

Lee, Harrison

Promoted from Private; Promoted to Sergeant 6-24-62; Resigned as Sergeant 9-1-62, reappointed Corporal; Promoted to First Sergeant 63

McCarter, Daniel L

Daviess County, 21, s, 5-10, Farmer

Promoted from Private; Wounded at Buckton Station--gunshot right arm & side; POW at Buckton Station. Confederate hospital Union Hotel at Winchester Virginia. Parolled Winchester 6-14-62, Indianapolis Indiana 8-7-62, Camp Lew Wallace Ohio 10-31-62. Provost Marshall guard at Columbus Ohio, Indianapolis 1-24-63, exchanged; Returned to regiment 2-63; Wounded at Gettysburg--gunshot, calves of both legs & right ankle slight, hospital gangrene, United States Army General Hospital York Pennsylvania. Patterson Park United States Army General Hospital Baltimore Maryland. Seminary United States Army General Hospital Covington Kentucky. Returned to regiment 1-19-64; Mustered out; Died 4-18-89, buried Raglesville Indiana Cemetery

Pitman, Henry L

Daviess County, 32, s, 5-11, Farmer

Promoted from Private. Discharged Stafford CH Virginia 4-15-63 for disability: pulmonary tuberculosis with laryngitis & bronchitis following pneumonia, total disability; Died 5-1-64

Ragle, Peter Jr

Promoted Sergeant 3-5-62

Russell, John

Daviess County, 27, m, 5-6.5, Farmer

POW at Buckton Station while on picket, prison Lynchburg & Belle Isle Virginia where contracted catarrh & piles, parolled Aikens Landing Virginia 9-13-62; Returned regiment 2-63. Wounded at Chancellorsville. Reduced to ranks 2-64; Mustered out; Died 2-15-1911

Stotts, Robert Craig

Daviess County, 23, 5-9, Farmer

Promoted from Private; Reduced to ranks for straggling 6-23-64; Present throughout. Mustered out

Sumner, John W

Daviess County, 22, 5-6, Farmer

Promoted from Private; Wounded at Rappahannock Virginia in accident during Pope's Campaign 8-19-62--regiment ordered to sleep on arms, gun discharged into left hand. Wounded at Antietam--gunshot lost 2 fingers left hand. United States Army Field Hospital Antietam Maryland. Discharged at Smoketown Maryland 1-10-63 for wounds. Died 1-22-1911

Sumner, Rezin (Reason)

Daviess County, 18, s, 5-5.5, Farmer

Promoted from Private; Wounded at Antietam--gunshot ball entered right side base of neck & right shoulder, lodged near spine & removed 3 months later. United States Army General Hospital Frederick Maryland. Smoketown Maryland. Jarvis United States Army General Hospital Baltimore. Steamboat 'BALLOON' from Baltimore to Hammond. United States Army General Hospital Point Lookout Maryland. Mount Pleasant United States Army General Hospital Washington DC. Convalescent Camp Alexandria Virginia. United States Army General Hospital Division 3 Madison Indiana. Sight & position of right eye impaired, right arm atrophied; Returned to regiment 7-26-64. Mustered out. Treated in more hospitals (8) per single wound incident than any other member of regiment; Died 7-8-69

Wagoner (Waggoner), James

Greene County, 28, 5-9.5, Farmer

Promoted from Private; Wounded at Chancellorsville--arm side & pit of stomach. Hospital. Mustered out

Waggoner, Silas P

Martin County, 39, 5-8.5, Farmer

Discharged Camp Halleck Maryland 2-17-62 disability: chronic rheumatism. Died 11-4-1905

Wallick (Wallack), Michael

Promoted Sergeant 3-5-62

Wilson, Abner

Daviess County, 23, m, 5-10, Farmer

Promoted from Private; Slightly wounded at New Hope Church--left arm. No 19 United States Army General Hospital Nashville Tennessee. Joe Holt United States Army General Hospital Jeffersonville Indiana. Mustered out Indianapolis Indiana 9-13-64. Died Kansas 10-11-74

Wilson, William J

Daviess County, 37, 5-10.5, Farmer

Discharged 12-2-61 disability: chronic bronchitis

MUSICIANS

Dunlap, John R

Loogootee (Martin), 48, 5-8.5, Blacksmith

Leading drummer; Discharged 12-2-61 disability: inguinal hernia

McHolland, James T

Newberry, 27, 5-10, Farmer

Fifer; Transferred to Veteran's Reserve Corps 10-1-63 after sick in hospital Baltimore Maryland & Philadelphia Pennsylvania since 12-2-61; Mustered out Baltimore 9-12-64; Died Portland OR 4-11-1919

WAGONER (TEAMSTER)

Davis, George E

Daviess County, 33, m, 6-1.5, Farmer

Died 12-2-61 on Baltimore & Ohio RR enroute between Frederick & Baltimore Maryland: measles & typhoid; Buried Baltimore National Cemetery

PRIVATES

Achor, Joseph

Daviess County, 19, s, 5-9.5, Farmer

Transferred United States Army 12-17-62 2nd Battalion 18th US Infantry; Died Topeka Kansas 6-11-03. Buried at Greene County, Indiana, Pleasant Kentucky Ridge Baptist Church.

Achor, Duncan E

Daviess County, 21, 5-10, Farmer

Severely wounded at Resaca--gunshot to right shoulder & breast, passed under breastplate & came out near center of neck breaking collar bone. Clay United States Army General Hospital Branch B Louisville Kentucky. Soldiers Home Indianapolis Indiana. Mustered out Indianapolis 11-12-64; Died West Mineral Kansas 7-6-1923, buried Mineral Edgman Cemetery

Allen, Milton L

Promoted Corporal 3-5-62

Anderson, Thomas H

Martin County, 27, s, 5-10.5, Farmer

Detached as cattle guard 11-18-61 to 10-62; Wounded at Chancellorsville--gunshot right leg near ankle, fractured fibula. Detached service as Teamster for supply train 5 to 6-63; Returned to regiment. Detached service as division commissary 4 to 8-64; Veteran transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry and later consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65. Died St Louis Missouri 7-30-90

Arford, Daniel

Daviess County, 22, s, 5-8, Farmer

Wounded at Antietam--right leg bruised. Discharged at Convalescent Camp Alexandria Virginia 3-2-63 functional disease of heart; Died Plymouth Indiana 1-19-76

Boardman, Stephen

Daviess County, 18, 5-7, Farmer

Died at Darnestown Maryland 11-12-61 measles & typhoid

Bowers, Thomas

Martin County, 19, s, 5-8.5, Farmer

Injured back & right hip during retreat from Winchester, when a loose horse ran over him. Wounded at Cedar Mountain--gunshot to right hand. Discharged hospital Portsmouth Grove Providence Rhode Island 12-12-62 after 3 months for disability: unable to walk properly. Died Wilmont Kansas 2-28-88

Bruner (Brewster), Enoch M

Fayette County (Illinois), 18, s, 5-9.5, Farmer

Detached as cattle guard Frederick Maryland 11-26-61 to 7-62. Veteran transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry and later consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65; Brother of Thomas R Bruner of Company B, Cousin of Joseph Edwards Company B; Died Freedom Indiana 3-20-1917

Bruner, Thomas R (K)

Owen County, 20, 5-11, Farmer

Detached service as cattle guard 11-18-61 to 8-62; Transferred to Veteran's Reserve Corps at Washington DC 12-22-63 after sick in hospital in Washington since 8-62; Mustered out 8-9-64. Brother of Enoch M Bruner Company B, Cousin of Joseph Edwards Company B; "Tom". Died Spencer Indiana 3-30-1930

Buher (Bugher), Alonzo C

Daviess County, 23, 5-10.5, Farmer

Wounded near New Market Virginia in action by gun shot, 4-17-6--accident shattered left forearm, shot by member of 29th Pennsylvania Infantry; Detached as hospital nurse 8-62. POW at Culpeper Virginia 8-19-62, parolled Aikens Landing Virginia 9-7-62, Fort Delaware Delaware 9-17-62, Camp Parole Annapolis Maryland 12-22-62. Returned to regiment 1-5-63; Wounded at Chancellorsville--ball left thigh & right hand. Court Marshaled 8-13-63 gambling for money, forfeit $3 per month for 2 months; Severely wounded at New Hope Church--grapeshot in right thigh. 12th Corps General Field Hospital. Hospital at Kingston Georgia. General Hospital & No 2 General Hospital Chattanooga Tennessee. Cumberland United States Army General Hospital Nashville Tennessee. City General Hospital Indianapolis Indiana. Mustered out 11-10-64. Died 9-7-1902

Callahan, Bartlett, see O'Callaghan, Bartholomew

Callehan (Callahan), William Alexander (H)

Raglesville, 21, m, 5-11, Farmer

Detached service at United States Army General Hospital Gettysburg Pennsylvania wardmaster 7 to 10-63; Returned to regiment; Wounded at Atlanta near Chattahoochee River bridge Georgia 8-29-64--gunshot left arm. No 19 United States Army General Hospital Nashville Tennessee. Jefferson United States Army General Hospital Jeffersonville Indiana. Veteran transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry and later consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Deserted 12 days 9-64. Mustered out 7-21-65. Last member wounded before 27th mustered out. Died at Bedford Indiana 12-10-22, buried Bedford Green Hill Cemetery

Carson, William R

Promoted Corporal 3-6-62

Chesnut (Chestnut), Benjamin F

Daviess County, 22, m, 5-11.5, Farmer

Died at Darnestown 11-27-61 of measles & typhoid fever

Chestnut, William S

Daviess County, 28, m, 5-7, Farmer

Injured in both knees from varicose veins contracted from marching in Shenandoah Valley Virginia spring 62. Sick in United States Army General Hospital Mansion House Alexandria Virginia 1.5 years from 4-27-62 to 2-2-64 when transferred Veteran's Reserve Corps; Mustered out at Pittsburgh Pennsylvania 8-16-64; Died at Taylorsville Indiana 2-22-1916

Chiles, Thomas H

Daviess County, 23, m, 6-1, Farmer

Mustered out; "Old Hound". Died Odon Indiana 5-8-1909

Coats, James

Daviess County, 22, s, 5-6, Farmer

Slightly wounded at Resaca--arm. Mustered out. Later service with 24th Indiana Infantry. Mustered out at Galveston Texas 11-15-65. Died Sandborn Indiana 2-27-79, buried Sandborn Cemetery

Cox, William

Plainville, 18, s, 5-7, Farmer

Injured at Chancellorsville--sprained leg, 12 Corps General Field Hospital Acquia Creek Virginia. Returned to regiment. Injured at New Hope Church--left side of heart jumping wide ditch. AWOL 5-28 to 7-64. Detached service as cattle guard 7 to 8-64. Veteran transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry and later consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65. Died Indian Springs Indiana 5-21-1917, buried Martin County Inman Cemetery

Critchlow, George M

Daviess County, 18, 5-10.5, Farmer

Wounded at Cedar Mountain--gunshot lost middle finger right hand. Slightly wounded at Resaca--right arm. Detached service as corps Provost Marshall guard 7-64; Detached service as Ordnance worker 2nd Bde HQ 8-23-64. Served as General Ruger's Orderly. Veteran transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry and later consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65. Died Odon Indiana 3-29-1912, buried Odon Walnut Hill Cemetery

Cunningham, John W

Daviess County, 22, s, 5-9, Farmer

Sick hospital Indianapolis diarrhea 9-61 first member of regiment in hospital. Discharged Philadelphia Pennsylvania 9-29-62 after sickness in United States Army General Hospital Falls Church Virginia & United States Army General Hospital Philadelphia, disease: phthisis pulmonalis. Died Burns City Indiana 9-12-1926, buried Burns City

Davis, Jonas

Raglesville, 20, 5-4, Farmer

POW Winchester, prison Belle Isle Virginia contracted rheumatism lung disease & measles, parolled Aikens Landing Virginia 9-13-62; Returned regiment; Veteran transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry and later consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry transferred 33; Mustered out 7-21-65; Died National Hospital for Disabled Veterans Marion Indiana 11-17-1910, buried Marion National Cemetery

Denton, James P P

Greene County, 19, s, 5-8, Farmer

Wounded at Buckton Station. Wounded at Gettysburg. Injured--brain concussion fall from top of RR car trip between Virginia & Tennessee 9-63. City United States Army General Hospital Indianapolis Indiana. Wounded at New Hope Church-- minie ball to right hand lost 4 fingers (not thumb). General Field Hospital Chattanooga Tennessee. No 19 United States Army General Hospital Nashville Tennessee. No 19 United States Army General Hospital Louisville Kentucky. Jefferson United States Army General Hospital Jeffersonville Indiana. United States Army General Hospital Madison Indiana. Veteran; Discharged 1-10-65 for wounds; Died Newberry Indiana 2-26-1913

Dichert, Anderson

Daviess County, 28, m, 5-11, Blacksmith

Detached service as cattle guard 11-26 to 12-22-61. POW near Catlett's Station Virginia 8-20-62. Returned to regiment. Injured at Chancellorsville--tree fell on him. 12th Corps General Field Hospital Acquia Creek Virginia. AWOL Chancellorsville. Returned to regiment. General Court Marshal 6-63, forfeit $10 per month remainder of enlistment. Sentence mitigated: since 8-31-63 forfeit $3 per month 5-28 to 8-31-63. Killed at Resaca

Eaton, Thomas J

Martin County, 24, 5-9.5, Farmer

POW Winchester, Confederate hospital Union Hotel Winchester Virginia. Parolled 62, Academy United States Army General Hospital Winchester. Discharged Winchester 6-23-62 loss of right eye from disease: typhoid fever, during period of derangement at Manassas Junction Virginia 62. Died Keck's Church Indiana 10-15-63, buried Burns City Indiana

Edwards, Joseph

Daviess County, 20, s, 5-8.5, Farmer

Teamster. Wounded at Antietam. Detached service with Ambalance corps 10-28-62 to 9-63. Mustered out Indianapolis Indiana 10-22-64; Cousin of Enoch M & Thomas R Bruner Company B. Died Daviess County Indiana 3-29-83

Faith, Levi F

Loogootee (Martin), 19, m, 5-7.5, Farmer

Wounded at Antietam. Wounded at Gettysburg. Severely wounded at Resaca--shell right foot & left arm. Clay United States Army General Hospital Louisville Kentucky. Cumberland United States Army General Hospital Nashville Tennessee. Deserted 6-28-64; Returned to hospital. No 2 United States Army General Hospital Chattanooga Tennessee. Jefferson United States Army General Hospital Jeffersonville Indiana. Veteran transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry and later consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65

Fidler (Fiddler), Martin

Daviess County, 18, s, 5-11, Farmer

Discharged 12-15-61 disability: extensive scrotulitic ulceration right leg, disability in locomotion. Later service with 4th Indiana Cavalry. Mustered out Jeffersonville Indiana 7-15-65

Flinn, William J (P)(I)

Daviess County, 18, 5-9, Farmer

Wounded at Antietam--gunshot. Discharged Finley United States Army General Hospital Washington DC 12-10-62 for wounds: partial paralysis left arm & shoulder. Not to be confused with William I Flinn, Recruit Company B

Flinn, William M (N)

Promoted Corporal 64

Gaugh (Gough, Goff), Joshua

Lawrence County, 20, s, 5-11.5, Farmer

In guard house 9-30 to 10-31-61; Discharged Philadelphia Pennsylvania 5-3-62; Died United States Army General Hospital South & 24th Streets Philadelphia 5-14-62 disease: phthisis pulmonalis

Gore (Gorr, Goar, Goon), George W

Martin County, 30, m, 5-11, Farmer

Wounded at Cedar Mountain--gunshot to right hand & fingers. United States Army General Hospital Alexandria Virginia Washington St Branch. Carver United States Army General Hospital Washington DC. United States Army General Hospital Broad & Cherry Streets Philadelphia Pennsylvania. Returned to regiment 10-13-62. Slightly wounded at Chancellorsville--right shoulder. Wounded at New Hope Church. Veteran transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry and later consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65. Captured 5 Confederate soldiers. Died Dennison Illinois 8-7-1910, buried Clark County Illinois Dunlap Cemetery

Guthrey (Guthrie), Elisha

Promoted Corporal 61

Hackler, John S

Daviess County, 24, s, 6-1, Farmer

Died at USADH Frederick Maryland 12-10-61 of measles

Hanna (Hannah), Joseph C

Daviess County, 19, 5-10, Farmer

Severely wounded at Antietam--gunshot shattered spicula bones driving them into left shoulder & chest. 1st Corps General Field Hospital Sharman House. United States Army Hospital Antietam Maryland. United States Army Field Hospital Smoketown Maryland. Hospital in Frederick Maryland. Discharged at Antietam Maryland 3-30-63 for wounds: partially paralyzed left arm; Died Hollowell Kansas 12-30-99

Hanna (Hannah), William

Daviess County, 25, m, 5-10, Farmer

Wounded at New Hope Church--gunshot passed across chest exit right shoulder. General Hospital Chattanooga Tennessee. Died Chattanooga 6-12-64 of pneumonia from wounds; Buried Chattanooga National Cemetery

Harris, William Henry

Greene County, 22, s, 6-1.5, Farmer

Injured Winchester during retreat--run over by US cavalry horse running from enemy charge, back & right hip. Discharged hospital Portsmouth Rhode Island 12-23-62 for disability: unable to straighten himself; "Billy". Died 2-24-1913

Hays (Hayes), John E

Promoted Corporal 3-62

Heron (Herron, Herin, Herrin), Robert

Daviess County, 19, 5-11, Farmer

Severely wounded at Chancellorsville--gunshot left leg & right thigh. 1st Division/12th Corps Field Hospital Acquia Creek Virginia. United States Army Hospital Steamer "MARY WASHINGTON" to Washington DC. Columbian College United States Army General Hospital Washington. Discharged at Convalescent Camp Alexandria Virginia 10-3-63 for wounds: lameness. Died Daviess County Indiana 4-1870

Herrondon (Herronden, Hernden), George W

Shelby County, 18, s, 5-7, Farmer

Wounded at Antietam. Wounded at Atlanta. 1st Division/20th Corps Field Hospital. Mustered out Atlanta Georgia 9-12-64; Died 1st Division/20th Corps Field Hospital Marietta Georgia 9-17-64 of wounds & chronic diarrhea

Horrall (Horrell, Hoerel), William Hiram

Daviess County, 18, s, 5-3, Farmer

Severely wounded at Chancellorsville--gunshot to left thigh. 1st Division/12th Corps Field Hospital Acquia Creek Virginia. Armory Square United States Army General Hospital & Hammond United States Army General Hospital Washington DC. United States Army General Hospital McKim's Mansion Baltimore Maryland. Point Lookout Maryland. Convalescent Camp Alexandria Virginia. Returned to regiment 11-29-63. Severely wounded at Resaca--gunshot upper 1/3 left arm. Cumberland United States Army General Hospital Nashville Tennessee. Clay United States Army General Hospital Louisville Kentucky. Convalescent Barracks Louisville. United States Army General Hospital Madison Indiana. Returned to regiment 8-64. Mustered out 9-13-64. Died 1-30-1928

Hoverstock, Isaiah

Daviess County, 33, m, 5-10, Farmer

Died camp hospital Stafford Court House Virginia 3-15-63 of pneumonia

Hubbard, John

Daviess County, 18, 6-0, Farmer

In guard house 9-20 to 10-31-61. Wounded at Antietam. Injured at Antietam--right thumb. Satterlee United States Army General Hospital West Philadelphia Pennsylvania, Washington DC. Returned to regiment 11-1-62. Wounded at Chancellorsville--minie ball passed through right thumb & wrist, also sprained hip & knee. 12th Corps Field Hospital Acquia Creek Virginia. 3rd Division General Hospital Alexandria Virginia. Returned to regiment 8-18-63. Deserted 8-29-63 to New York, New York, under name of William Webster Company D, 8th Connecticut Infantry. Died 6-29-1927. Buried at Odon, Indiana, Mt. Olive Baptist Church.

Hubbard, Willis

Daviess County, 19, m, Farmer

POW at Winchester, captured by Confederate guerillas under General Mosby. Imprisoned at Lynchburg & Belle Isle Virginia 8-14-62. Died at Belle Isle 8-26-62. Half brother of William H Hubbard Company B

Hulan (Halan, Hullen), Hiram H

Martin County, 18, 6-0, Farmer

Detached service in 4th US Artillery (Captain Best's Battery) 4-10-62; Transferred United States Army 10-24-62 to 4th US Artillery; Deserted 2-19-65; Died Vincennes Indiana 7-27-1916

Keller, Andrew Jackson

Lawrence County, 18, 5-9, Cooper

In guard house 9-20 to 10-61; Court Marshaled 6-63, forfeit $3 per month; Injured Resaca in charge--right leg severe fall; Arrested 8-64. Deserted in hospital at Jeffersonville Indiana fall 1864. Arrested by citizen 11-18-64 & delivered to Provost Marshal. Veteran transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry and later consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65. Brother of Michael M Keller Company B

Keller, Michael M

Daviess County, 18, m, 5-5.5, Farmer

Severely wounded at Antietam--buckshot in left groin, ball entered in front & remained severely lodged against thigh bone. United States Army General Hospital 16th & Filbert Streets Philadelphia Pennsylvania. Returned to regiment 10-21-62. Wounded at Gettysburg. Arrested 8-63. Veteran transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry and later consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65. Brother of Andrew Jackson Keller Company B. Died Kansas 7-3-1929

Kinnaman (Kinneman, Kinnoman), Dory (Dorry, Theodore)

Daviess County, 35, 6-.5, Farmer

Transferred to United States Navy western gunboat service, Foote's flotilla, 2-21-62. Discharged Mississippi River 10-62 for disability. Died 7-28-1898 while removing stumps with explosives. Buried in Old Cemetery at Elnora, Indiana. Uncle of Hiram Kinnaman, Company B

Kinnaman (Kinneman, Kinnoman), Hiram

Daviess County, 23, 5-7, Farmer

Part-time regimental Teamster. Detached as commissary & brigade Teamster 4-62 to 8-63. Injured at Acquia Creek Virginia 4-63--ruptured lifting sugar barrel. Wounded at Antietam. Detached service in Company I 1 & 2-64. Mustered out 9-1-64 at Chattahoochie River in Georgia. Died Sandborn Indiana 10-29-80, buried Odon Indiana Old Cemetery. Nephew of Dory Kinnaman, Company B

Kint (Klint), Samuel

Promoted Corporal 6-24-62

Laughlin, John (James) D

Daviess County, 18, s, 5-9, Farmer

Wounded at Antietam. Hospital Philadelphia Pennsylvania and Indianapolis Indiana. Returned to regiment. Mustered out. Brother of Joseph D Laughlin & cousin of the other Laughlins in Company B; Died Burns City Indiana 10-30-1909, buried Crane Indiana U S Naval Weapons Support Center, Williams Cemetery. Has the most distinctive grave of the 27th soldiers--a carved civil war soldier standing at attention.

Laughlin (Loflin), James O (D)

Martin County, 28, m, 5-11, Farmer

Wounded at Buckton Station. Wounded at Antietam--gunshot left thigh. Hospital Frederick Maryland. McDougall United States Army General Hospital Fort Schuyler New York Harbor. United States Army General Hospital South St., Philadelphia Pennsylvania. Soldiers Home Indianapolis Indiana. Transferred Veteran's Reserve Corps Philadelphia 4-64; Mustered out Indianapolis Indiana 9-14-64. Brother of John R & Joseph H Laughlin, & cousin of John D & Joseph D Laughlin Company B; Died South Linton Indiana 5-13-1911, buried Mineral City Indiana

Laughlin, Joseph H

Daviess County, 19, s, 6-2, Farmer

Contracted piles & diarrhea at Gettysburg during battle. United States Army Hospital Gettysburg Pennsylvania & York Pennsylvania. Detached service United States Army Hospital Gettysburg wardmaster 8 to 10-63. Returned to regiment 10-63. Mustered out. Brother of James O (D) & John R (B), & cousin of John D & Joseph D Laughlin Company B. Died at Bloomfield, Greene County, Indiana 6-10-98.

Laux (Loux), William

Jackson County, 30, 5-5.5, Farmer

In guard house 9 to 10-61. POW Winchester, imprisoned Lynchburg Virginia. Parolled at Aikens Landing Virginia 9-13-62 & Camp Parole Annapolis Maryland hospital 9-15-62. Returned to regiment 10-62. Severely wounded Gettysburg--gunshot left foot & ball struck knapsack knocking him down rupturing testicle. 1st Division/12th Corps Field Hospital Gettysburg Pennsylvania & hospital York Pennsylvania. Satterlee United States Army General Hospital West Philadelphia Pennsylvania. Transferred Veteran's Reserve Corps Philadelphia 9-9-63. Veteran. Mustered out 7-6-65. Died 9-6-1905

Lawyer, Jacob

Daviess County, 22, 5-7.5, Farmer

Detached service as brigade Team 6-6-62 to 10-63. Injured left arm & side when thrown from saddle horse while trying to mount on to a barrel. Mustered out. Died Washington County Indiana 11-25-1904, buried Caveton Cemetery

Lee, Harrison

Promoted Corporal 1-1-62

Litten, Michael L

Daviess County, 24, m, 6-0, Farmer

Had been approved for Discharged 5-22-62 but had to wait. POW Winchester, parolled Aikens Landing Virginia 9-13-62. Returned to regiment. Discharged Maryland Heights Maryland 10-26-62 for disability: rheumatism, unable to march or carry knapsack. Later service with 143rd Indiana Infantry. Died Anaheim California 2-9-1920

Lutz (Leutes), Charles

Daviess County, 18, 5-7.5, Blacksmith

Discharged Camp Halleck Maryland 2-12-62 disability: spinal affection; Died Sullivan Indiana 2-12-1920

Mathews, William B

Martin County, 22, 5-11.5, Farmer

POW at Buckton Station, parolled Aikens Landing Virginia 9-13-62. Returned to regiment. Killed at Chancellorsville

McCarter, Daniel L

Promoted Corporal 3-5-62

McMullen, William

Daviess County, 18, 5-3.5, Farmer

Court Marshaled 4-64 for grossly neglected duty on picket, lying down on post. Forfeited $3 per month for 4 months, stand at attention at head of his Company street 3 hrs each day for 4 days carrying 20-lb knapsack with gun at "support arms." Mustered out with honorable service in September 1864.

Moratta (Muratta, Muratter), John

Raglesville, 18, 5-9, Farmer

POW at Buckton Station. Parolled Aikens Landing Virginia 9-13-62. Returned to regiment. Wounded at Atlanta 8-28-64--shell fragments to face, right hand & arm. General Field Hospital & No 2 United States Army General Hospital Chattanooga Tennessee. No 19 United States Army General Hospital Nashville Tennessee. Veteran transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry and later consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out Indianapolis Indiana 8-9-65; Died 9-14-1908

Nugent, George W

Daviess County, 20, 5-9.5, Farmer

Missing suspected deserted; Sick hospital Washington DC, New York, New York 9-14-62; Never returned; Mustered out

Nugent, John D

Daviess County, 18, s, 5-9, Farmer

Injured--rupture & tumor right testicle from carrying heavy loads on march. Discharged Camp Halleck Maryland 2-17-62 for disability. Died Mitchell, Indiana 8-12-1912, buried Lawrence County Indiana Knott Cemetery

O'Callaghan (O'Callahan, Callahan), Bartholomew (Bartlett)

Daviess County, 50 (but stated he was 44), m, 5-8, Farmer

Wounded at Winchester--shell right hand & twice left leg. POW at Winchester Virginia 6-7-62. Imprisoned at Lynchburg & Richmond Virginia 8-4-62, contracted vericose veins & bronchitis. Parolled Aikens Landing Virginia 9-21-62. Discharged Patent Office United States Army General Hospital Washington DC 11-1-62 for disability: phthisis, frozen feet imperfectly recovered. Later service 13th Massachussetts of Veteran's Reserve Corps. Mustered out 11-13-65. Died Boston Massachussetts 3-1-95

O'Shaughnessy, Michaelé see (O')Shaughnessy, Michael, Recruit

Pitman, Henry L

Promoted Corporal 3-5-62

Poindexter, McHewel (McHowel, McHuel)

Martin County, 24, m, 6-2.5, Farmer

Slightly wounded at Chancellorsville--hand & left shoulder. Slightly wounded at Resaca--arm. Slightly wounded at New Hope Church--shell fragments to arm, foot & right hip. General Field Hospital Chattanooga Tennessee. Returned to regiment 6-15-64. Mustered out Atlanta Georgia 9-12-64; Died 10-23-81

Ragle (Ragel), Jacob

Reduced ranks from First Sergeant 3-6-62

Russell, John

Reduced ranks from Corporal 2-64

Sharum, John

Daviess County, 48, 5-9, Farmer

Wounded at Front Royal Virginia 5-23-62--gunshot right side. POW at Buckton Station. Parolled Aikens Landing Virginia 9-13-62. Hospital Baltimore Maryland; Returned to regiment 10-62. Transferred to Veteran's Reserve Corps 8-64 after sick in United States Army General Hospital Frederick Maryland, United States Army General Hospital McKim's Mansion, Jarvis United States Army General Hospital & United States Army Convalescent Hospital Patterson Park Baltimore Maryland since 12-10-62. Buried Daviess County Indiana St Peters Cemetery

Shively, William L

Daviess County, 28, 5-9, Farmer

Wounded at Antietam. Detached service cor Team 4-26 to 12-63; Mustered out. Brother of Sanford H Shively Company B

Sparks, John

Daviess County, 19, 6-.5, Farmer

Wounded at Buckton Station. POW at Buckton Station, recaptured by Gen Shields 62. United States Army General Hospital Alexandria Virginia Wolfe St Branch. Returned to regiment 7-23-62. Detached service with Battery K 5th US Artillery 3-20 to 8-63. Detached service with Battery K 1st New York Artillery 8 to 10-63. Mustered out

Stanley (Standley), Charles W

Martin County, 18, s, 5-9, Farmer

Wounded at Buckton Station--3 sabre cuts, fractured skull, 2 cuts to left arm. POW at Buckton Station. Confederate hospital Union Hotel Winchester Virginia. Parolled Winchester 6-14-62. Patent Office United States Army General Hospital Washington DC 6-17-62. Indianapolis Indiana, Camp Chase Columbus Ohio 8-8-62, and Fort Delaware, Delaware. Transferred United States Army 12-14-62 Company K 1st US Cavalry. Mustered out 8-2-64. Later service 144th Indiana Infantry; Died Soldiers Home Lafayette Indiana 1-21-1923

Stotts, Robert Craig

Promoted Corporal 6-24-62; Reduced to ranks from Corporal 6-23-64

Stout, George W

Daviess County, 18, 5-4, Farmer

POW at Buckton Station. Parolled at Aikens Landing Virginia 9-13-62. Returned to regiment. Severely wounded at Chancellorsville--gunshot left thigh. 1st Division/12th Corps General Field Hospital Acquia Creek Virginia. Armory Square United States Army General Hospital Washington DC. Returned to regiment 10-62. Veteran. Wounded at Atlanta 8-10-64--gunshot to breast on picket duty; Died of wounds in ambulance before it arrived at hospital. Buried Marietta Georgia National Cemetery. Last member Killed/Died of wounds prior regiment mustering out

Sumner, John W

Promoted Corporal 6-24-62

Sumner, Rezin (Reason)

Promoted Corporal 6-24-62

Trublood (Trueblood), Richard

Daviess County, 18, s, 5-10, Farmer

Detached service as Pioneer 3-30-63. Returned to regiment. Severely wounded at Gettysburg--gunshot to left arm. 12th Corps General Field Hospital Gettysburg Pennsylvania. Satterlee United States Army General Hospital West Philadelphia Pennsylvania. United States Army General Hospital & Soldiers Home Indianapolis Indiana. Returned to regiment in 64; Slightly wounded at Resaca. Mustered out. Died Raglesville Indiana 3-2-1916, buried Raglesville Cemetery

Vest, Andrew J

Daviess County, 18, s, 5-5.5, Farmer

POW at Buckton Station, imprisoned at Lynchburg & Belle Isle Virginia. Contracted scurvey, parolled at Aikens Landing Virginia 9-13-62, Camp Parole Annapolis Maryland, and Washington DC 9-23-62. Hospital Dam No 4 Maryland. United States Army General Hospital Camp A Frederick Maryland. Returned to regiment 2-16-63. Mustered out. Died Canyon City Colorado 12-24-1927, buried Odon Indiana Walnut Hill Cemetery

Waggoner (Wagoner), James

Promoted Corporal 6-24-62

Wagley, Pierson

Daviess County, 32, m, 6-2, Farmer

Died at Darnestown Maryland 12-24-61 of fever

Webster, Daniel

Daviess County, 19, m, 5-9.5, Farmer

Mustered out; Present throughout; Died National Hospital for Disabled Veterans Danville Illinois 11-1-1913

Williams, Andrew Jackson

Raglesville, 29, s, 6-3, Farmer

Teamster. Wounded at Antietam. Detached service as Teamster for ammo train 3-12-63 to 12-63. Detached service as division train guard 6 to 7-64. Veteran transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry and later consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65. "Jackson". Died 2-4-70, buried Raglesville Indiana Cemetery

Wilson, Abner

Promoted Corporal 6-24-62

Wilson, Joseph Barton S

Daviess County, 18, s, 5-10, Farmer

Discharged Jarvis United States Army General Hospital Baltimore Maryland 7-4-63 after sick in hospital Frederick Maryland & Baltimore since 12-10-62, disease: spinal meningitis & generally broken down from typhoid & field exposure. Partial use of limbs & acute back pain. Dieds Odon Indiana 3-6-1924, buried Odon Walnut Hill Cemetery

Wirts(Wirz), Thomas S

Daviess County, 18, s, 5-7, Farmer

Transferred to United States Army 10-24-62 4th US Artillery. Mustered out Erie Pennsylvania 1-31-67; Died 10-4-1923

Worrel (Worrell, Worrall), James

Daviess County, 44, 6-.5, Farmer

Discharged Camp Halleck Maryland 2-17-62 disability: phthisis pulmonalis

Worrel (Worrell, Worrall)(Worlds), Needham

Daviess County, 35

Deserted Indianapolis Indiana 9-14-61

RECRUITS (PRIVATES)

Arford (Alford), William F

Tuscarora County (Ohio), 20, s, 5-8, Farmer

Mustered in 7-15-62. Suffered from rheumatism throughout including 11 months in hospital 62-63. Missed Chancellorsville/Gettysburg. Transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry, Mustered out 6-8-65; Died Washington Indiana 4-11-1914, buried Washington Oak Grove Cemetery

Combs, Charles

Bloomington (Monroe), 19, 5-10.5, Farmer

Mustered in 3-12-62; Wounded at Antietam buttocks. Hospital Frederick Maryland. Satterlee United States Army General Hospital West Philadelphia Pennsylvania. Detached service in Distribution Camp Alexandria Virginia 5 to 6-63. Returned to regiment 6-63. Transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 6-8-65

Correll (Cornell, Coswell), Charles (John) U (N)

Van Buren Township (Owen), 18, 5-7, Farmer

Mustered in 3-31-64. Died at Chattanooga Tennessee 7-11-64 of typhoid; Buried Chattanooga National Cemetery

Correll (Carrell, Coswell), Harvey (Harry) M (N)

Tuscarora County (Ohio), 16, s, 5-4, Farmer

Mustered in 7-15-62; Wounded at Chancellorsville--shell fragments right shoulder slight & right arm severe. 1st Division/12th Corps General Field Hospital Acquia Creek Virginia. Carver United States Army General Hospital Washington DC. Returned to regiment 8-8-63; Missed New Hope Church/Peach Tree Creek/siege of Atlanta--sick in hospital. Transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 6-8-65; "Harve." Died Odon Indiana 3-22-1935, buried Odon Walnut Hill Cemetery

Davis, Russell

Mustered in 7-15-62. Prior service with 14th Indiana Infantry. Wounded at Antietam. Missed New Hope Church/Atlanta 6/7-64 sick in hospital. Transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 6-8-65. Died at Loogoottee Indiana 2-16-1915, buried Loogootee Goodwill Cemetery

Dearmin (Dearman, Dearmer), John

Bloomington (Monroe), 16, s, 5-7, Farmer

Mustered in 3-10-62. Transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry. Mustered out Goldsboro, North Carolina 4-5-65. Died Indianapolis Indiana 10-14-1900, buried Crown Hill Cemetery

Flinn, William I

Van Buren Township (Owen), 19, 5-10, Farmer

Mustered in 3-31-64; Wounded at New Hope Church--breast; Died 5-26-64 of wounds. Buried Marietta Georgia National Cemetery; Not to be confused with William J (P)(I) Flinn Private Company B

Fulkerson, Calvin Marion

Daviess County

Mustered in 7-15-62. Died hospital Harpers Ferry Virginia 12-26-62 typhoid. "Marion"

Gramm (Ghraun) Henry, Jr

Washington, 33, 5-7, Carpenter

Mustered in 7-15-62. Wounded at Antietam. Slightly wounded at Chancellorsville left leg. Wounded at Gettysburg--right leg stone bruise. Hospital York Pennsylvania. Patterson Park United States Army Convalescent Hospital Baltimore Maryland. Returned to regiment 9-19-63; Detached as cattle guard 5-16-64 to 8-64. Transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 6-8-65

Herendon (Herenden, Hernden), James S (F)

Raglesville, 18, s, 5-9, Farmer

Mustered in 3-31-64. Injured at New Hope Church--shell concussion near total deafness in right ear. Transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry and later consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65. Died Washington Indiana 5-12-92

Laughlin, John R

Lawrence County, 26, m, 6-2, Farmer

Mustered in 8-27-62. Wounded at Antietam--ball went through left elbow joint. Hospital Frederick Maryland. South St United States Army General Hospital Philadelphia Pennsylvania. Discharged in Philadelphia 2-6-63 for wounds: permanent anchylosis of left elbow. Wounded in battle 3 weeks after mustering in. Brother of James O (D) & Joseph H (B), & cousin of John D & Joseph D Laughlin Company B. Died Wayne County Illinois 8-30-73

Laughlin, Joseph Dunn

Martin County, 18, s, 6-0, Farmer

Mustered in 8-8-62. Deserted in hospital at Fort Schuyler New York Harbor 7-13-63. Returned to regiment. Transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry. Mustered out near Washington DC 6-8-65. "JD." Brother of John (James) D Laughlin Company B. Died Odon Indiana 1-4-1925, buried Odon Walnut Hill Cemetery

Martin, William H

Mustered in 3-15-62. Wounded at Buckton Station. Confederate hospital Union Hotel Winchester Virginia. Died USAPH Winchester 6-23-63 wounds. Buried Winchester National Cemetery

Richardson, Joseph

Monroe County, 20, 6-0, Farmer

Mustered in 3-14-62. Died in regimental hospital at Dam No 4 C&O; Canal Maryland 11-12-62 of disease: erysipilis

(O')Shaughnessy, Michael

Fort Wayne (Allen)

Mustered in 3-15-62. Recruit for 12th Indiana but assigned to 27th. POW at Winchester, imprisoned Lynchburg Virginia. Died in prison at Lynchburg 7-21-62

Shively, San(d)ford (Samuel) H

Wilson County (Kentucky), 37, 6-.5, Farmer

Mustered in 8-14-62; Slightly wounded at Antietam--gunshot left neck & head. 1st Corps General Field Hospital Sharman House. No 1 United States Army General Hospital Frederick Maryland. Turner's Lane United States Army General Hospital Philadelphia Pennsylvania. Returned to regiment 1-2-63. Detached as corps Teamster 4-26 to 8-63. Missed Atlanta sick in hospital. Transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry. Discharged at United States Army General Hospital Madison Indiana 1-10-65 disability: valvular lesion of heart causing hydro-periccordiumm & anasarca. Brother of William L Shively Company B. Died Petersburg Indiana 4-2-1901, buried Daviess County Indiana

Todd, Samuel L

Mustered in 3-15-62. Recruit for 12th Indiana but assigned to 27th. Wounded at Antietam. Deserted Sharpsburg Maryland 3-18-63. Returned to regiment. Killed at Chancellorsville

Williams, Vinson (Vincent)

Daviess County, 20, s, 5-6, Farmer

Mustered in 7-15-62. Wounded at Gettysburg--gunshot to right side & lungs. 1st Division/12th Corps General Field Hospital Gettysburg Pennsylvania. Died at Gettysburg Pennsylvania 7-8-63 of wounds. Buried Gettysburg National Cemetery

 

COMPANY B

FINAL DISPOSITION OF MEMBERS DURING SERVICE WITH 27TH INDIANA

 

Killed in Action (4): Carson, William R; Dichert, Anderson; Mathews, William B; Todd, Samuel L

Died of (Mortal) Wounds (7): Flinn, William I; Guthrey, Elisha; Hanna, William; Herrondon, George W; Martin, William H; Stout, George; Williams, Vinson

Died of Disease/Sickness (7): Boardman, Stephen; Chesnut, Benjamin F; Correll, Charles U; Fulkerson, Calvin Marion; Hackler, John S; Hoverstock, Isaiah; Richardson, Joseph;

Died of Other Causes (5): Davis, George E; Eaton, Thomas J; Baker, Godfrey (unk); Hubbard, Willis (POW/unk). Shaughnessy, Michael (POW/unk)

Transferred to United States Army (5): Infantry = Achor, Joseph; Artillery = Hulan, Hiram H; Wirtz, Thomas S; Cavalry = Stanley, Charles W; Navy = Kinnaman, Dory

Discharged (26): Arford, Daniel; Bowers, Thomas; Brashears, Ira; Cunningham, John W; Dunlap, John R; Fidler, Martin; Flinn, William J; Gaugh, Joshua; Hanna, Joseph C; Harris, William Henry; Heron, Robert; Hubbard, William H; Ketchum, Lewis Seth; Kint, Samuel; Laughlin, John R; Litten, Michael L; Lutz, Charles; Nugent, John D; O'Callahan, Bartlett; Pitman, Henry L; Ragle, Jacob; Sumner, John W; Waggoner, Silas P; Wilson, Joseph B S; Wilson, William J; Worrel, James

Resigned (2): Davis, William E; Moore, Jackson L

Transferred to Veterans Reserve Corps (5): Bruner, Thomas R; Chestnut, William S; Laux, William; McHolland, James T; Sharum, John

Mustered Out with Regiment (24): Allen, Milton L (Chattanooga, Tennessee); Casey, Thomas W; Chiles, Thomas H; Coats, James; Horrall, William Hiram; Laughlin, James O; Laughlin, John D; Littell, John Gilmore; Laughlin, Joseph H; Lawyer, Jacob; McCarter, Daniel L; McMullen, William; Nugent, George W; Poindexter, McHewel; Rusell, John; Shively, William L; Sparks, John; Stotts, Robert Craig; Sumner, Rezin; Trueblood, Richard; Vest, Andrew J; Wagoner, James; Wallich, Michael (Indianapolis, Indiana); Wilson, Abner (Indianapolis, Indiana)

Veterans (19) Transferred to 70th Indiana (17): Anderson, Thomas H; Bruner, Enoch M; Callehan, William Alexander; Cox, William; Critchlow, George M; Davis, Jonas; Denton, James P P (did not transferred); Faith, Levi F; Flinn, William M; Gore, George W; Hayes, John E; Keller, Andrew J; Keller, Michael M; Laux, William (did not transferred); Lee, Harrison; Moratta, John; Ragle, Peter Jr; Thornburgh, John W (Capt); Williams, Andrew Jackson

Recruits Transferred to 70th Indiana (9): Arford, William F; Combs, Charles; Correll, Harvey Newton; Davis, Russell; Dearmin, John; Gramm, Henry Jr; Herendon, James S; Laughlin, Joseph Dunn; Shively, Sanford H

Not Mustered Out with Regiment (in hospital or otherwise), Mustered out Later (5): Achor, Duncan E; Baker, Godfrey; Buher, Alonzo C; Denton, James P P; Edwards, Joseph (Indianapolis)

Deserted (9): Callahan, William Alexander; Faith, Levi F; Guthrey, Elisha (returned); Hubbard, John; Keller, Andrew Jackson (returned); Laughlin, Joseph Dunn (returned); Nugent, George W; Todd, Samuel L (returned); Worrel, Needham

Wounded in Action, not Mortally (58 men for 80 times): Achor, Duncan E; Allen, Milton L (2 engagements); Anderson, Thomas H; Arford, Daniel; Bowers, Thomas; Brashears, Ira; Buher, Alonzo C (3 engagements); Callehan, William Alexander; Casey, Thomas W; Coats, James; Combs, Charles; Correll, Harvey Newton; Critchlow, George W; Davis, Russell; Denton, James P P (3 engagements); Edwards, Joseph; Faith, Levi F(3 battles); Flinn, William J; Flinn, William M; Gore, George W (3 battles); Gramm, Henry Jr (3 battles); Guthrey, Elisha (2 engagements); Hanna, Joseph C; Hayes, John E; Heron, Robert; Herrondon, George W; Horrall, William Hiram (2 battles); Hubbard, John (2 battles); Hubbard, William H; Keller, Michael M (2 battles); Kinnaman, Hiram; Laughlin, John D; Laughlin, John R; Laughlin, James O (2 engagements); Laughlin, Joseph Dunn; Laux, William (2 battles); Lee, Harrison; McCarter, Daniel (2 engagements); Martin, William H; Moratta, John; Ragle, Peter Jr; O'Callahan, Bartlett; Poindexter, McHewel (3 battles); Russell, John; Sharum, John; Shively, Sanford H; Sparks, John; Stanley, Charles W; Stout, George W; Sumner, John W (2 engagements); Sumner, Rezin; Thornburgh, John W; Todd, Samuel L; Trublood, Richard (2 battles); Wagner, James; Wallick, Michael (2 engagements); Williams, Andrew Jackson; Wilson, Abner

Prisoners of War (22): Buher, Alonzo C; Davis, Jonas; Davis, William E; Dichert, Anderson; Eaton, Thomas J; Guthrey, Elisha; Hubbard, Willis; Laux, William; Litten, Michael L; McCarter, Daniel; Mathews, William B; Moratta, John; O'Callahan, Bartlett; Russell, John; Sharum, John; Shaughnessy, Michael; Shively, William L; Sparks, John; Stanley, Charles W; Stout, George W; Vest, Andrew J; Wallick, Michael

Injured (11 men for 12 times): Bowers, Thomas; Chestnut, William S; Cox, William (2 times); Davis, William E; Denton, James PP; Dichert, Anderson; Harris, William Henry; Herendon, James S; Keller, Andrew J; Lawyer, Jacob; Nugent, John D

Number of Men Who were Casualties: 69 (4-65)

Present Throughout (2): Stotts, Robert Craig; Webster, Daniel

Prior Civil War Service (1): Davis, Russell

Later Service with Another Unit (5): Coats, James; Fidler, Martin; Litten, Michael L; O'Callahan, Bartlett; Stanley, Charles W

STATISTICS AND NUMBERS

Original Members: Officers = 3

Enlisted = 99

Total 102

Recruits = 18

Total Members = 120

Members in Each Rank: Officers = 5; Non-Commissioned Officers = 34; Other Enlisted = 108

Total 147

 

Marital Status (Verified): Married = 26; Single = 36

Average Height: Overall = 5-9.5 (69.5") (109)

Median = 5-9.4 (69.4")

Average Age: Overall = 23.7 years (113)

Officers = 27.6 years

Enlisted = 23.6 years

Median = 21.0 years

Occupations:

Manual Labor = 102

Transportation = 1

Artisan = 5

Farmer = 102

Teamster/Wagoner = 1

Blacksmith = 3

Carpenter = 1

Professional = 2

Minister = 1

Physician = 1

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