Company E

"Washington Greys"


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Captain

James Stephens

Aug '61-Nov '64

 

Sergeant

David Everhart

Aug '61-Nov '64

 

Corporal

James Dougherty

Aug '61-Nov '64

Veteran Volunteer

Private

Nelson Purcell

Aug '61-Nov '64

Veteran Volunteer

Private

Benjamin Gregory

Aug '61-Dec '62


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

Company E

Service Records

 

Principal County = Daviess; Recruitment Center = Washington

Formed 8-61 By = Captain George W Burge, Washington

Original Officers = Burge; First Lieutenant John A Cassaday, Washington; Second Lieutenant James Stephens, Washington

(County residence is Daviess unless otherwise noted 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

Burge, George W *

Washington, 8-30-61/9-12-61, 31

Wounded at Cedar Mountain. Promoted regimental Major. Resigned Stafford Court House Virginia 2-9-63: felt he was unable to discharge duties of Major. Died Topeka Kansas 5-1-99, buried Topeka Cemetery

Fesler, George Lake *

Morgantown (Morgan), 10-1-62/11-14-62, 21, 5-8.5

Promoted from Second Lieutenant Company G; Wounded at Chancellorsville--musket ball left heel severe; Wounded at Gettysburg--minie ball right hip lodged near spinal column never extracted severe, 1st Div/12th Corps General Field Hospital Gettysburg Pennsylvania. Discharged Tullahoma Tennessee 11-21-63 wounds: obstructs locomotion, permanent disability; One of 4 members who served in 3 units within regiment; "Achilles" or "Soft Shoe"; Brother of John Roush Fesler, cousin of Peter & James M Fesler Company G; Died Morgantown Indiana 12-25-95, buried Morgantown Old Baptist Church Cemetery

Stephens, James 2, 3

Washington, 11-22-63/7-1-64, 25, s, 5-5

Promoted from First Lieutenant. Wounded at New Hope Church right ear slight & left eye by bark splinter from tree hit by shell or solid shot, knocked down & carried from field, Field Hospital. Returned to regiment. Mustered out 11-4-64; Died 7-94, buried Washington Indiana, Oak Grove Cemetery

FIRST LIEUTENANTS

Cassaday (Cassiday, Casaday, Casiday), John A *

Washington, 8-30-61/9-12-61, 35

Promoted Captain Company D; Commanded Company D from 1-29 to 4-62. Detached service recruiting 6-22 to 9-24-62. Killed at Chancellorsville--abdomen, day after returning from furlough home, left on field

Stephens, James

4-16-62/4-5-62

Promoted from Second Lieutenant. Commanded Company 7-3 to 11-63. Promoted Captain

Clark, Bethuel (Bethule) M

Washington, 3-29-64/7-1-64, 28, s, 5-9, Farmer

Promoted from First Sergeant. Detached service for recruiting Indianapolis Indiana 11-21-63 to 3-30-64. Veteran. Transferred to Company A, 70th Indiana Infantry 11-4-64

SECOND LIEUTENANTS

Stephens, James

8-30-61/9-12-61

Promoted First Lieutenant

Rodick (Roddick), George W

Washington, 4-16-62/4-5-62, 36, m, 5-9, Farmer

Promoted from First Sergeant. Detached service as Pioneer 3-30 to 4-18-63. Arrested 4-16-63 for drunkenness. Court Martialed 7-63, cashiered (dishonorable discharge) 7-18-63. Died Vincennes Indiana 2-10-92, buried Bicknell Indiana

ENLISTED MEN

NAME

RESIDENCE, AGE, M/S, HT, OCCUPATION

FIRST (ORDERLY) SERGEANTS

Clark, Bethuel (Bethule) M

Promoted from Sergeant; Promoted First Lieutenant

Ellis, William Parmemas

Washington, 25, 5-6, Farmer

Promoted from Sergeant. Wounded at Gettysburg--gunshot to left leg & left breast. 12th Corps General Field Hospital Gettysburg Pennsylvania. Satterlee United States Army General Hospital West Philadelphia Pennsylvania. Returned to regiment. Slightly wounded at Resaca--shell to right leg. Veteran volunteer, transferred to 70th Indiana then consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. discharged 6-28-65; Died at Washington Indiana 11-14-1925, buried Washington Oak Grove Cemetery

Everhart (Everheart), David 2, 3

Washington, 23, s, 5-10, Farmer

Promoted from Sergeant. Wounded at Chancellorsville. Severely wounded at Smyrna Camp Ground Georgia--skirmish 7-3-64 gunshot right thigh & left arm. General Field Hospital Vinings Station Georgia. General Field Hospital Chattanooga Tennessee. Sherman United States Army General Hospital Nashville Tennessee. Jefferson General Hospital Jeffersonville Indiana. United States Army General Hospital Madison Indiana. Veteran volunteer, transferred to 70th Indiana then consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Discharged at Madison Indiana 6-12-65. Died 4-19-1906

Henderson, Thomas D

Pavillion (Michigan), 26, 5-7.5, School teacher

Reduced to ranks for drunkenness 10-12-61. Discharged 10-31-62 disability: pulmonary consumption heart palpitations, cause hereditary

Rodick (Roddick), George W

Promoted from Sergeant. Promoted to Second Lieutenant

SERGEANTS

Alton, Daniel R

Daviess County, 17, s, 5-6, Farmer

Promoted from Corporal. Wounded at Antietam--gunshot to left hip. 1st Corps General Field Hospital Sharman House. No 1 United States Army General Hospital Frederick Maryland. West End United States Army General Hospital Cincinnati. Discharged at Harrisburg Pennsylvania 7-11-63 for wounds & gangrene. Later service as First Lieutenant with 10th Indiana Cavalry 1863. Mustered out Vicksburg Mississippi. Discharged Indianapolis Indiana 1865. Died Louisville Kentucky 6-14-1921, buried Louisville Cave Hill National Cemetery

Bratton (Bratten, Brattan), Robert R

Washington, 20, s, 5-8, Farmer

Resigned as Sergeant 12-11-61 into ranks. Detached service to guard ammo train 8 to 10-62. Wounded at Antietam. Severely wounded at Chancellorsville--left hip. 12th Corps General Field Hospital Acquia Creek Virginia. Carver United States Army General Hospital Washington DC. City United States Army General Hospital Indianapolis Indiana. Returned to regiment. Wounded at Gettysburg. Slightly wounded at Resaca--gunshot to left leg. General Field Hospital Resaca Georgia. No 19 United States Army General Hospital Chattanooga Tennessee. Brown United States Army General Hospital Louisville Kentucky. Returned to regiment. Veteran volunteer, transferred to 70th Indiana then consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65. Died Portland Oregon 8-31-1920

Clark, Bethuel (Bethule) M

Promoted from Corporal; Promoted First Sergeant 3-21-62

Curley, Patrick

Washington, 44, 5-8, Shoemaker

Detached service for recruiting 2 to 4-62. POW at Winchester. Imprisoned at Lynchburg Virginia. Paroled 9-21-62. Died at Harewood United States Army General Hospital Washington DC 11-11-62 phthisis & prison hardships

Ellis, William P

Promoted from Corporal. Promoted First Sergeant 1864

Everhart (Everheart), David

Promoted First Sergeant

Harris, William P

Washington, 29, m, 6-0, Teamster

Resigned as Sergeant 1-3-62 into ranks to become Orderly to Colonel Colgrove. Regimental Wagon Master 9-62 to 2-63, 2 to 8-64. Mustered out. Died at Washington Indiana 6-9-82

Hill, Thomas W

Washington, 28, m, 6-0, Laborer

Resigned as Sergeant 2-15-62 into ranks. Killed at Cedar Mountain

Honey, George W

Washington, 25, 6-0, Farmer

Promoted from Corporal. Veteran volunteer; Died in Division Hospital near Atlanta Georgia 8-14-64 of disease. Buried Marietta Georgia National Cemetery

McDonald, Absalom

Daviess County, 25, 5-10.5, Farmer

Promoted from Corporal. Wounded at Cedar Mountain--gunshot left arm. United States Army General Hospital at Chester Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Pennsylvania, and Alexandria Virginia. Discharged Convalescent Camp Alexandria 1-6-63 of wounds: unable to straighten arm. Died in 1864

Palmer John F

Washington, 19, 5-7, Farmer

Promoted from Corporal. Detached service as brigade cattle guard 2-62. Returned to regiment 9-62. Veteran volunteer, transferred to 70th Indiana then consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65. Died at Springdale Arkansas 3-27-1915

Roddick, George W

Promoted First Sergeant 10-12-61

Weever (Weaver), Samuel S

Wheatland (Knox), 23, 5-10, Farmer

Promoted from Corporal. POW at Winchester. Imprisoned at Belle Isle Virginia--contracted chronic diarhea. Paroled Aikens Landing Virginia 9-13-62. Returned to regiment 10-62. Slightly wounded at Chancellorsville--gunshot to head. Wounded at Gettysburg. Wounded at Resaca. Veteran volunteer, transferred to 70th Indiana then consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65. Died Wheatland Indiana 4-3-1924

CORPORALS

Akester, Thomas

Daviess County, 22, m, 5-11, Farmer

Promoted from Private. Wounded at Chancellorsville--hip. Severely wounded at Gettysburg--gunshot right hip. 12th Corps General Field Hospital Gettysburg Pennsylvania. Satterlee United States Army General Hospital West Philadelphia Pennsylvania. United States Army General Hospital Indianapolis Indiana. Returned to regiment. Wounded at Atlanta 5-28-64. United States Army General Hospital Chattanooga Tennessee. Detached service as carpenter United States Army General Hospital Chattanooga 1864. Mustered out at Atlanta Georgia 9-12-64. Died Daviess County Indiana 5-16-79

Alton, Daniel

Promoted from Private. Promoted to Sergeant

Barnes, Eli (Elia) Edgar

Washington, 19, 5-6, Harness maker

Promoted from Private. Detached service as cattle guard 5-25 to 8-64. Mustered out. Died National Hospitalfor Disabled Veterans Los Angeles California 11-10-1925, buried Los Angeles National Cemetery

Boner (Bonner), John

Martin County, 23, 5-11, Farmer

Promoted from Private. Severely wounded at Chancellorsville--gunshot to left hand. 1st Div/12th Corps General Field Hospital Acquia Creek Virginia, hospital Frederick Maryland, Carver United States Army General Hospital Washington DC. Transferred to Veteran's Reserve Corps9-3-63; D 1890

Chapman, (M) James (M)

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

Promoted from Private. Wounded at Cedar Mountain. Wounded at Antietam--hospital Frederick Maryland, Carver United States Army General Hospital Washington DC. Returned to regiment 1-63. Killed at Gettysburg--musket ball, by accident. Buried at Gettysburg National Cemetery

Clark, Bethuel (Bethule) M

Promoted Sergeant 1-3-62

Dougherty (Daugherty), James Harvey

Plainville, 19, s, 6-0, Farmer

Promoted from Private. Detached service as bde Teamster 12-61 to 9-62. Wounded at Resaca--gunshot left side & right hand, cutting off top of 2nd finger, turned side black. Veteran volunteer, transferred to 70th Indiana then consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out Lousiville Kentucky 6-26-65; Died Bogard Township Daviess County Indiana 5-28-98

Dye, John

Washington, 31, 5-11.5, Cabinet maker

Resigned as Corporal into ranks 12-11-61. Discharged hospital Winchester Virginia 5-22-62 for disability: incipient phthisis. Died Washington Indiana 1863

Ellis, William P

Promoted Sergeant 3-21-62

Herinshaw, James

Knox County, 29, m, 5-6, Miner

Promoted from Private. Wounded at Antietam. Died at Sharpsburg Maryland 9-21-62 of wounds

Hayman (Haymon, Hymen), John

Washington, 38, s, 5-9, Cabinet maker

Discharged United States Army Hospital 12th Corps Harpers Ferry Virginia 3-10-63 disability; Died Loogootee Indiana 7-26-1906, buried Loogootee Goodwill Cemetery

Honey, John

Promoted Sergeant 2-14-63

Jackson, John

Washington, 26, 5-10.5, Blacksmith

Promoted from Private. Detached service as brigade Blacksmith 8-62. Returned to regiment. Wounded at Chancellorsville. Wounded at Gettysburg in the charge--gunshot right foot. hospital Philadelphia Pennsylvania. Returned to regiment. Detached service as Blacksmith for division ordnance department 1-12-64. Returned to regiment. Wounded at Resaca--musket ball & shell left thigh & shoulder. General Field Hospital Resaca Georgia. No 19 United States Army General Hospital Nashvill Tennessee, Brown United States Army General Hospital Louisville Kentucky. Returned to regiment 8-18-64; Veteran volunteer, transferred to 70th Indiana then consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65. Died at Finch Arkansas 12-26-95

McDonald, Absalom

Promoted Sergeant 2-15-62

McGee, Thomas

Washington, 32, 5-8, Carpenter

Detached service as Teamster for Ambulance 7-3-62 to 6-64. Mustered out. Died 1888

Palmer, John F

Promoted from Private; Promoted Sergeant 2-14-63

Robison (Robinson, Robertson), Josiah C

Daviess County, 26, 5-9, Farmer

Promoted from Private. Wounded at Antietam. Mustered out. Present throughout. Died at Washington Indiana 5-9-1906. Buried Washington Oak Grove Cemetery

Wagoner (Waggoner, Wagner), William

Martin County, 23, m, 5-9, Farmer

Promoted from Private. Wounded at Antietam--gunshot left hand, hospital Philadelphia Pennsylvania. Carver United States Army General Hospital Washington DC. Returned to regiment 11-1-62. Slightly wounded at Chancellorsville--bullet to left hip. 12th Corps General Field Hospital Acquia Creek Virginia. Carver United States Army General Hospital Washington DC. Returned to regiment 9-21-63. Wounded at Gettysburg. Detached service as brigade Teamster 5-22 to 8-64. Wounded at Peach Tree Creek. Mustered out. Died at Jeffersonville Illinois 9-20-1910. Buried Martin County Indiana, Waggoner Chapel Cemetery.

Wallace, John G

Washington, 19, s, 5-7, Farmer

Promoted from Private. Wounded at Chancellorsville. Hospital. Returned to regiment 10-63. Wounded at Gettysburg--gunshot right great toe severe. 12th Corps General Field Hospital Gettysburg Pennsylvania. McDougall United States Army General Hospital Fort Schuyler New York. United States Army Convalescent Hosptial Bedloes Island New York. Returned to regiment 10-6-63. Wounded at Resaca--shell burst left calf. General Field Hospital Resaca Georgia. No 4 United States Army General Hospital Murfreesboro Tennessee. Veteran volunteer, transferred to 70th Indiana then consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65. Died at Daviess County Indiana 4-15-1919

Weever (Weaver), Charles H (C)

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

Promoted from Private. POW at Winchester. Imprisoned Lynchburg & Belle Isle Virginia--contracted neuralgia. Paroled Aikens Landing Virginia 9-13-62. Returned to regiment 10-62. Wounded at Chancellorsville bullet right thigh upper 1/3 severed a leader. 1st Div/12th Corps General Field Hospital Acquia Creek Virginia, hospital Washington DC. Returned to regiment 8-63. Detached service 2 to 6-64. Veteran volunteer, transferred to 70th Indiana then consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry; Mustered out 7-21-65; D Wheatland Indiana 10-12-1912, buried Old Wheatland Cemetery

Weever (Weaver), Samuel S

Promoted from Private; Promoted Sergeant 63

Wilson, William Hiram (Henry)

Davies County, 23, m, 5-10.5, Farmer

Promoted from Private. Resigned as Corporal 3-16-63 and returned to ranks. Killed at Gettysburg. Buried Gettysburg National Cemetery

MUSICIANS

Kelly (Kelley), Edward W

Daviess County, 17, s, 5-0, Watch maker

Fifer; Red ranks 12-1-61; Detached service gen hospital 8 to 10-62; Detached service PM 7-64; Mustered out; D Sullivan Indiana 6-28-1914

Stephens, Elisha H

Washington, 15, s, 4-3, Farmer

Drummer boy; Inj Chancellorsville & Gettysburg--partial deafness from cannonading & drumming. Mustered out 9-12-64. Shortest member of regiment. Died Evansville Indiana, buried Evansville Oak Hill Cemetery

WAGONER (TEAMSTER)

McCormack (McCormick), Michael

Daviess County, 57, 5-10.5, Farmer

Discharged Camp Halleck Maryland 2-20-62 for disability

PRIVATES

Amos, William see White, William A

Akester (Akister), Thomas

Promoted Corporal

Akester (Akister), Washington

Washington, 21, m, 5-11.5, Farmer

Wounded at Chancellorsville. Detached service brigade Teamster 8-24-64. Veteran volunteer, transferred to 70th Indiana then consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65. Died Washington Indiana 7-16-1923. Buried Washington Oak Grove Cemetery

Alton, Daniel R

Promoted Corporal

Arnold, Andrew J

Wheatland (Knox), 17, 5-6, Farmer

POW at Winchester. Paroled Aikens Landing Virginia. Returned to regiment. Wounded at Chancellorsville. Wounded at Gettysburg. Veteran volunteer, transferred to 70th Indiana then consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65. Later service with 13th US Infantry and 31st US Infantry. Mustered out Fort Bufford Dakota Territory 10-22-68. Remained in service longer than any other enlisted member of regiment. Died Blodgett Missouri 5-19-1917

Austin (Osten), Henry C

Washington, 18, s, 5-6, Farmer

Wounded in accident--skirmish at Culpeper Virginia 7-10-62 gunshot shot off toe to right foot; POW near Manassas Virginia 8-24-62, Paroled Gainesvill Virginia 9-1-62, Camp Chase Ohio, exch; Returned to regiment 3-63; Wounded at Chancellorsville; Wounded at Gettysburg; Wounded at New Hope Church hand hospital; Veteran volunteer, transferred to 70th Indiana then consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry; Mustered out 7-21-65; D 3-22-1903

Barber (Barbour), Joseph D (T)

Daviess County, 26, m, 6-0, Engineer

Wounded at Antietam. Detached service as Pioneer 3-30-63. Returned to regiment 63. Wounded at Chancellorsville. Wounded at Peach Tree Creek. Mustered out. Died Francisco Indiana 8-8-1916

Barnes, Eli (Elia) Edgar

Promoted Corporal

Black, Elisha

Maysville, 35, m, 5-7, Farmer

Discharged 12-1-61 for disability--pulmonary consumption. Died St Francisville Illinois 11-10-99, buried St Franciscville Cemetery

Bomer (Bonner), James M

South Carolina, 20, 5-10, Farmer

POW at Winchester. Paroled Aikens Landing Virginia 9-7-62, Fort Delaware Delaware. Returned to regiment 1-5-63. Wounded at Gettysburg. Veteran volunteer, transferred to 70th Indiana then consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65

Bonner John

Promoted Corporal 1-1-63

Boyd (Boyed), C William (C)

Daviess County, 30, m, 5-10, Farmer

POW at Winchester. Died in prison at Lynchburg Virginia 8-6-62 of typhoid fever

Boyd, John B

Washington, 28, m, 5-7.5, Cooper

POW at Winchester. Imprisoned at Lynchburg Virginia & Belle Isle Virginia. Paroled Aikens Landing Virginia 9-13-62. Returned to regiment 10-62. Severely wounded at Gettysburg left foot. 12th Corps General Field Hospital Gettysburg Pennsylvania, United States Army Hospital Gettysburg. McDougall United States Army General Hospital Fort Schuyler New York. DeCamp United States Army General Hospital David's Island New York Harbor. United States Army Convalescent Hosptial Bedloe's Island New York Harbor. Returned to regiment 11-63. Detached service from 2 to 6-64. Veteran volunteer, transferred to 70th Indiana then consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65. Died Otwell Indiana 11-1-1911. Buried Daviess County Indiana Aikmans Creek Baptist Church Cemetery

Bratton (Bratten, Brattan), Robert R

Resigned as Sergeant 12-11-61 into ranks

Brown, David

Wheatland (Knox), 24, 5-8.5, Farmer

POW at Winchester. Imprisoned at Belle Isle Virginia. Paroled Aikens Landing Virginia 9-13-62, and Camp Parole Annapolis Maryland. Returned to regiment 10-1-62. Missed Chancellorsville and Gettysburg. Detached service as ammo train Teamster 7-28-64. Veteran volunteer, transferred to 70th Indiana then consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65. Died Wheatland Indiana 10-20-76

Brown, James

Knox County, 30, 5-9.5, Stonecutter

Injured 1-15-62 right thum--bitten off while bringing drunken Sergeant into camp on officers' orders, thum became inflamed. Discharged at United States Army General Hospital Patterson Park Baltimore Maryland 5-22-62 for disability: loss of thumb. Died at Wheatland Indiana 4-30-1903, buried Wheatland Cemetery

Carrol (Carroll), Joseph

Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania), 21, 5-6, Farmer

POW at Winchester. Returned to regiment 9-62. Killed at Chancellorsville--musket ball

Chapman, M James (M)

Promoted Corporal

Clark, Lewis

Washington, 47, m, 5-10.5, Railroad Man

Died at 1st Div General Hospital Alexandria Virginia 1-13-62 of dropsy. Buried at Alexandria National Cemetery

Conaly (Connelly, Conly, Conely), John

Washington, 34, 5-7, Miner

Transferred to United States Navy Mississippi gunboat service 2-17-62. Discharged 2-14-63 for disability. Died in 1870

Corcoran, Michael

Washington, 19, s, 5-8, Laborer

POW at Winchester. Imprisoned at Lynchburg & Belle Isle Virginia. Paroled at Aikens Landing Virginia 9-13-62, exchanged. Transferred Battery F, 4th US Artillery 11-10-62. Mustered out 1-31-67. Died at Washington Indiana 7-24-1911. Buried at Washington St Johns Cemetery

Cox, Samuel Solomon

Daviess County, Laborer

Wounded at Chancellorsville--breast, right leg & hand. POW at Chancellorsville. Paroled US Ford Virginia 5-15-63. 3rd Div/6th Corps Field Hospital Potomac Creek Virginia. Died at 12th Corps General Field Hospital Acquia Creek Virginia 5-26-63 of wounds

Crays (Craze), Robert

Magoukin County (Illinois), 22, 5-10, Farmer

Wounded at Strasburg Virginia 4-7-62 on picket duty--ball left hip & groin, not removed. United States Army Field Hospital Smoketown Maryland. United States Army General Hospital Camp A Frederick Maryland. Discharged at Fairfax Station Virginia 12-29-62 for disability. Died in 1864

Davis, Joseph A

Washington, 18, 5-8, Farmer

Wounded at Antietam--shell left breast. Field Hospital Antietam Maryland. Returned to regiment. Detached service as guard for ammo train 8-64. Veteran volunteer, transferred to 70th Indiana then consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65. Died in Washington Indiana 4-10-1905. Buried Washington Maysville Cemetery

Doan (Doane, Done), William

Daviess County, 19, 5-9.5, Farmer

Wounded at Antietam. Severely wounded at Gettysburg--gunshot to middle right thigh, ball passed through upper 1/3rd of both thighs, entered left exited right. 1st Div/12th Corps General Field Hospital Gettysburg Pennsylvania. Camp Letterman United States Army Hospital Gettysburg Pennsylvania. Mower United States Army General Hospital Chestnut Hill Philadelphia Pennsylvania. Returned to regiment 11-63. Detached service from 2 to 4-64. Missed Atlanta. Mustered out Atlanta Georgia 9-15-64. Died Vincennes Indiana 2-9-1904

Dougherty (Daugherty), James Harvey

Promoted Corporal 63

Dye, John

Resigned from Corporal into ranks 12-11-61

Edward (Edwards), James

Daviess County, 17, s, 5-4, Farmer

Wounded at Atlanta--thigh. Veteran volunteer, transferred to 70th Indiana then consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65. Died in Veale Township Daviess County Indiana 4-4-1912. Buried Veale Township Daviess County Cumberland Presbyterian Church Mt Olivet Cemetery

Everhart (Everheart), David

Promoted Sergeant 10-12-61

Fitzgerald, John

Washington, 18, 5-4, Farmer

Wounded at Antietam--gunshot right forearm, ball passed between 2 bones fractured both. Hospital Frederick Maryland. David's Island United States Army General Hospital New York Harbor. Discharged David's Island 2-10-63 disability: producing partial anchylosis. Died Amity Oregon 7-13-1924

Freeman, Edwin (Edward)

Youngstown (Vigo), 23, s, 5-7.5, Coal Digger

Wounded at Cedar Mountain. Wounded at Antietam. Wounded at Chancellorsville. POW at Chancellorsville. Imprisoned at Richmond Virginia 5-9-62. Paroled City Point Virginia 5-14-62, Camp Parole Annapolis Maryland 5-16-62, and Washington DC 5-20-62. Convalescent Camp Alexandria Virginia 5-29 to 7-24-63. Returned to regiment 8-1-63. Transferred to Veteran's Reserve Corps Washington DC 10-1-63. Discharged Finley United States Army General Hospital Washington 1-30-64 for disability: mercurial poisoning. Died at Bicknell Indiana 4-12-1908, buried Edwardsport Indiana

Gainer (Gainor, Gaines), William

Washington, 34, 5-8, Laborer

Died at regimental hospital Frederick Maryland 2-10-62 of disease

Gesler (Gisler, Gislery, Gresly), George

Madison (Jefferson), 22, 5-8, Cooper

Wounded at Antietam. Present throughout. Mustered out. Died in hospital at Marietta Georgia on way home 9-12-64

Gilly, Job (Jobe)

Daviess County, 29, 5-11, Farmer

Detached service as brigade cattle guard 2-62. Returned to regiment. Wounded at Antietam--gunshot left breast just above heart passed through body. United States Army General Hospital Broad & Cherry Streets Philadelphia Pennsylvania. Mower United States Army General Hospital Chestnut Hill Philadelphia. Transferred to Veteran's Reserve Corps Philadelphia 8-24-63. Mustered out at Elmira New York 11-15-65. Died Veale Township Daviess County Indiana 2-5-98. Buried Daviess County Aikmans Creek Baptist Church Cemetery

Gilly (Gilley), Martin V

Pike County, 21, s, 5-11.5, Farmer

Wounded at Antietam. Detached service as Pioneer 3-30 to 4-63. Veteran volunteer, transferred to 70th Indiana then consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65. Died Otwell Indiana 3-9-72

Grany (Grainey), David

Knox County, 20, s, 5-4, Farmer

POW at Winchester. Confeterate hospital at Hotel Union in Winchester Virginia 5-62. Paroled. Discharged Washington DC 6-20-62. Later service Company C 6th Ohio Cavalry. Mustered out 6-27-65. Died Lincoln Illinois 1-1-1929, buried Lincoln Union Cemetery

Gregory, B Thomas

Washington, 24, 5-11, Farmer

Discharged United States Army General Hospital Frederick Maryland 6-18-62 after sick hospital since 2-62, for disability: chronic hepititis & general imbalance. Not to be confused with Thomas B Gregory Company E. Died at home 12-62

Gregory, Benjamin T (S)

Daviess County, 25, m, 6-0, Farmer

POW at Winchester. Paroled Aikens Landing Virginia 9-13-62. Died at Cliffburne United States Army General Hospital Washington DC 12-7-62: prison exposure & chronic diarrhea

Gregory, Jonathan

Washington, 18, 5-8, Farmer

Discharged at Camp A United States Army General Hospital Frederick Maryland 4-23-63 after sick in hospital at Smoketown Maryland and Frederick since 12-10-62 for disability: phthisis pulmonalis result of exposure & deprivation. Died at Wilhelmina Missouri 3-1924

Harris, William P

Resigned from Sergeant 1-3-62 into ranks

Hawkins, Joseph

Washington, 20, 5-10, Farmer

Died at Camp B United States Army General Hospital Frederick Maryland 12-22-62 of disability: chronic diarrhea. Buried at Antietam Maryland National Cemetery

Henderson, Thomas D

Red ranks from First Sergeant 10-12-61

Henning, William

Wounded at Antietam. Detached as service guard for Convalescent Camp Alexandria Virginia 10 to 12-62. Detached service with brigde HQ winter till 2-23-64. Mustered out 9-15-64

Herinshaw, James

Promoted Corporal 1-9-62

Hill, Thomas W

Resigned from Sergeant 2-16-62 into ranks

Honey, George W

Promoted Corporal 12-12-61

Hopper, Jackson

Martin County, 25, 5-6, Farmer

Discharged United States Army Hospital 12th Corps Harpers Ferry Virginia 2-3-63 after sick in hospital since 12-10-62, for disability: incipient phthisis & gen debility; Later service with 50th Indiana Infantry and 52nd Indiana Infantry

Huskes, Henry

Washington, 42, 5-6, Carpenter

Died Mount Pleasant United States Army General Hospital Washington DC 9-12-62 of disease: consumption

Jackson, John

Promoted Corporal 3-21-62

Jones, Joseph R

Washington, 22, 5-9, Farmer

Wounded at Antietam--gunshot left hand. Field Hospital Antietam Maryland. United States Army Field Hospital No 1 Frederick Maryland. Capitol United States Army General Hospital Washington DC. Satterlee United States Army General Hospital West Philadelphia Pennsylvania. Alexandria Virginia. Returned to regiment 12-12-62. Severely wounded at Gettysburg. Injured at Atlanta 8-20-64 from carrying log on picket. Veteran volunteer, transferred to 70th Indiana then consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65. Buried Harrison Township Daviess County Indiana, Mt Gilead Cemetery

Jones, William S

Washington, 26, 6-1, Farmer

Wounded at Antietam--gunshot breast, hospital Alexandria Virginia. Returned to regiment. Slightly wounded at New Hope Church--gunshot left shoulder. General Field Hospital Resaca Georgia. No 19 United States Army General Hospital Nashville Tennessee. Returned to regiment 8-64. Mustered out; D Rising Sun Indiana 5-15-74

Keller, John S

Washington, 33, m, 5-3, Farmer

Veteran. Severely wounded at Resaca--thigh & breast. Died 5-18-64 of wounds

Lane, Erastus (Erastrus)

Martin County, 25, 5-10.5, Farmer

Wounded at Antietam. Wounded at Chancellorsville--right shoulder & breast. 1st Div/12th Corps General Field Hospital Acquia Creek Virginia. Carver United States Army General Hospital Washington DC. Returned to regiment 9-3-63. Mustered out 9-12-64

Langton, Andrew

Daviess County, 19, s, 6-0, Farmer

Wounded at Antietam. Severely wounded at Chancellorsville--gunshot right thigh & leg, required resection & loss of 4" of tibia. 12th Corps General Field Hospital Acquia Creek Virginia. Douglas United States Army General Hospital Washington DC. City United States Army General Hospital & Soldiers Home Indianapolis Indiana. Discharged Indianapolis 3-17-64 wounds: total disability. Died Washington Indiana 8-13-1909, buried Washington Glencoe Cemetery

Lashley, James

Daviess County, 18, 5-7, Farmer

Wounded at Gettysburg. Veteran volunteer. Wounded at Atlanta near Lost Mountain Georgia 6-4-64--gunshot right knee. 1st Div/20th Corps General Field Hospital. Died Chattanooga Tennessee 7-25-64 wounds of wounds. Buried Chattanooga National Cemetery

Lattimore (Latmer, Lattimer), John

Washington, 23, 5-6, Laborer

Detached service with Ambulance 10 & 11-62. Court Martialed 6-63, forfeit $3 per month for 1 month. Veteran, transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry. Discharged 4-29-65 after sick hospital since 4-1-64. Later discharged date changed to 1-24-64 by order War Department to coincide with reenlistment date. Died 1879

Layton Thomas

Daviess County, 20, 5-11, Farmer

Died Camden Street United States Army General Hospital Baltimore Maryland 1-9-62 of disease. Buried Baltimore National Cemetery

Logan, Nathan

Daviess County, 18, 5-7, Farmer

Wounded at Antietam. Died 9-18-62 of wounds. Buried Antietam National Cemetery

Marshall, Robert R

Washington, 26, 5-8, Blacksmith

Wounded at Chancellorsville. POW at Chancellorsville. Imprisoned Richmond Virginia Paroled City Point Virginia 5-14-63. Camp Parole Annapolis Maryland 5-16-63. Washington DC 5-20-63. Convalescent Camp Alexandria Virginia 5-29 to 7-24-63. Returned to regiment. Slightly wounded at Resaca--left side & hip. Slightly wounded at New Hope Church--left side & hip again. General Field Hospital Resaca Georgia. United States Army General Hospital No 2 & No 19 Nashville Tennessee. Returned to regiment 7-19-64. Veteran volunteer, transferred to 70th Indiana then consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65. Died Cumback Indiana 9-76. Buried Harrison Township Daviess County Indiana Mt Gilead Cemetery

Maxwell, James

Wheatland (Knox), 48, 5-9, Miner

Severely wounded at Gettysburg--gunshot left thigh. Severely wounded at Resaca gunshot right side of neck. Cumberland United States Army General Hospital Nashville Tennessee. Veteran volunteer, transferred to 70th Indiana then consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65. Died California 1877

Mears, Fredrick (Fredercik) S

Washington, 20, 5-8, Farmer

Wounded at Antietam--gunshot right breast. Detached service as at nurse Carver United States Army General Hospital Washington DC 10-62. Returned to regiment. Detached service as guard for ammo train & division Teamster 3-17 to 12-63. Detached service 2-64. Returned to regiment 6-64. Mustered out. Died Annandale Minnesota 4-2-1921

Mears, William H

Daviess County, 25, m, 5-9, Farmer

Injured at Winchester during retreat--fell into ditch dislocated right knee, could not walk without crutch or cane. Detached service with ambulance from 8-15-62 to 10-63. Wounded at New Hope Church. Detached service as brigade cattle guard 6-64. Mustered out. Died National Hospitalfor Disabled Veterans Los Angeles California 10-25-1914

McCane (McCain, McClane), Emanuel

Washington, 18, 5-4, Farmer

Transferred to Veteran's Reserve Corps. Mower United States Army General Hospital Philadelphia Pennsylvania 8-27-63 after sick in hospital--chronic diarrhea since 6-13-63. Mustered out Elmira New York 11-15-65. Died Danville Illinois 9-8-1924

Murat, John

Wounded at Antietam. Wounded at Resaca. Wounded at Atlanta. Mustered out

Osman, Samuel T

Washington, 18, 5-4, Farmer

Court Martialed 6-63, forfeit $10 per month for 6 months. Severely wounded at Gettysburg--shell fragment passed through left forearm broke bone into many pieces. 12th Corps General Field Hospital Gettysburg Pennsylvania. Satterlee United States Army General Hospital West Philadelphia Pennsylvania. Soldiers Home Indianapolis Indiana. Court Martialed 8-5-63--struck hospital wardmaster, forfeit 1 month's pay & no pass for 60 days. Transferred to Veteran's Reserve Corps Indianapolis 6-64. Mustered out 9-13-64. D Daviess County Indiana 6-4-82

Osten, Henry C, see Austin, Henry C

Palmer John F

Promoted Corporal

Purcell (Pursell), Nelson

Washington, 19, m, 6-0, Farmer

Wounded at New Hope Church--gunshot left shoulder & back, ball lodged next to spine. General Field Hospital Resaca Georgia. No 19 United States Army General Hospital Nashville Tennessee. United States Army General Hospital & Fortress Rosecrans Murfreesboro Tennessee. Returned to regiment 7-5-64. Veteran volunteer, transferred to 70th Indiana then consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65. Died Washington Indiana 12-11-1915. Buried Harrison Township Daviess County Indiana Mt Gilead Cemetery

Robison (Robinson, Robertson), Josiah

Promoted Corporal 2-21-62

Ross, Philip

Washington, 40, m, 5-2, Farmer

Killed at Cedar Moutain--gunshot

Shepherd, James B L (L B)

Washington, 18, s, 5-11, Blacksmith

Detached service with Battery K, 1st New York Artillery 3-19 to 8-63. Court Martialed 8-13-63--gambling for money, forfeit $3 per month for 2 months. Detached service as Teamster 8-24-64. Veteran volunteer, transferred to 70th Indiana then consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65. Died Henderson Kentucky 8-16-1917

Smith, Franklin

Daviess County, 26, s, 5-10, Farmer

Killed at Antietam--gunshot through temple. Buried Antietam National Cemetery

Sparks Daniel S

Daviess County, 30, s, 5-7, Farmer

Killed at Cedar Moutain

Street, Berry

Martin County, 26, m, 5-4, Farmer

Severely wounded at Chancellorsville hand. POW at Chancellorsville. Imprisoned in Richmond Virginia 5-9-63. Paroled City Point Virginia 5-14-63 and Camp Parole Annapolis Maryland 5-14-63, Washington DC 5-20-63. Convalescent Camp Alexandria Virginia 5-29 to 7-24-63. Returned to regiment 10-63. Severely wounded at Atlanta 8-3-64--gunshot arm, fractured left knee & thigh, lost leg, Div hospital Atlanta Georgia, No 1 United States Army General Hospital Chattanooga Tennessee, No 15 United States Army General Hospital Nashville Tennessee, United States Army Hospital Steamer "D. A. JANUARY." Division 1 United States Army General Hospital Evansville Indiana. City United States Army General Hospital Indianapolis Indiana. Mustered out Indianapolis 2-7-65. Died Mystic Iowa 1-16-1917

Street, Green

Martin County, 25, s, 5-4, Farmer

Discharged Strasburg Virginia 5-19-62--deficiency of foot. Died 11-26-1906

Swan, Thomas J

Daviess County, 20, 5-8. Farmer

Deserted United States Army General Hospital Alexandria Virginia 4-1-62. Returned to regiment 3-28-63 under President's proclamation. Wounded at Chancellorsville--bullet left side head & face & arm. 1st Div/12th Corps General Field Hospital Acquia Creek Virginia, United States Army Hospital Steamer "MARY WASHINGTON" to Washington DC. Lincoln United States Army General Hospital Washington. Deserted at Alexandria 5-18-63

Thomas, John A

Washington, 21, 5-5, Farmer

Severely wounded at New Hope Church--gunshot passed through left forearm. General Field Hospital Chattanooga Tennessee, Cumberland United States Army General Hospital Nashville Tennessee, & Floating General Hospital United States Army General Hospital No 5 & Corps d'Afrique United States Army General Hospital No 11 New Albany Indiana. Veteran volunteer, transferred to 70th Indiana then consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65. Died Washington Township Daviess County Indiana 9-7-1909. Buried Daviess County Mt Gilead Cemetery

Tom, (Tomm, Tomey), Elijah H

Washington, 18, 5-0, Farmer

Wounded at Antietam--gunshot, lost leg at right thigh. United States Army Field Hospital Smoketown Maryland. Discharged 12-20-62 for wounds

Wagner (Wagoner), William

Promoted Corporal

Wallace, John G

Promoted Corporal

Webber, John B

Daviess County, 19, 5-2, Farmer

Veteran volunteer. Killed at Peach Tree Creek

Webber, Samuel Franklin

Washington, 29, m, 5-7, Farmer

Company & regiment Team 4 to 12-62. Detached service brigade Team 3-26 to 12-63. Wounded at Chancellorsville--head & hand. Regimental Teamster 4-25-4. Veteran volunteer, transferred to 70th Indiana then consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65. Died Howard Kansas 1-13-1916. Buried Howard Grace Lawn Cemetery

Weever (Weaver), Charles H

Promoted to Corporal 12-63

Weever (Weaver), Samuel S

Promoted to Corporal 12-12-61

Welch (Welsh), Jordan (Jourdan)

Washington, 18, 5-7.5, Farmer

Slightly wounded at Resaca--pistol shot left leg. General Field Hospital Resaca. United States Army General Hospital Chattabooga Tennessee. No. 8 United States Army General Hospital Nashville Tennessee. Jefferson United States Army General Hospital Jeffersonville Indiana. Returned to regiment 6-13-64. Veteran volunteer, transferred to 70th Indiana then consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65. Died Grayson City Texas 3-26-82

White, George W

Daviess County, 24, m, 5-6, Farmer

Detached service Pioneer 4-62. POW Front Royal Virginia 5-25-62. Imprisoned Lynchburg Virginia. Paroled Aikens Landing Virginia 9-13-62, exchanged. Returned to regiment. Severely wounded at Chancellorsville--bullet right forearm. 1 Div/12 Corps General Field Hospital Acquia Creek Virginia. Carver United States Army General Hospital Washington DC. Returned to regiment 10-16-63. Transferred to Veteran's Reserve Corps 3-20-64. Mustered out 9-3-64. Died at Washington Indiana 9-29-1921. Buried Daviess County Indiana Aikmans Creek Baptist Church Cemetery

White, Seth

Martin County, 23, 6-0, Farmer

Wounded at Cedar Mountain--gunshot right trunk & right shoulder, ball entered near neck lodged on scapula. Piedmont Hotel Temporary 2 Corps General Field Hospital Culpeper Virginia. Hospital Frederick Maryland. Grace Church Branch United States Army General Hospital Alexandria Virginia. United States Army General Hospital Broad & Cherry, & United States Army General Hospital 12th & Buttonwood Philadelphia Pennsylvania. Convalescent Camp Alexandria. Returned to regiment 4-63. Severely wounded at New Hope Church--right leg severe. Cumberland United States Army General Hospital Nashville Tennessee. Mustered out 9-22-64. Died Alford Indiana 4-24-1913. Buried Martin County Truelove Cemetery

White, William A (Amos, William A)

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

Wounded at Antietam--gunshot entered head 1/2" to the left of left eye ball, remained in head. Hospital Boonsboro Maryland. Carver United States Army General Hospital Washington, discharged. Returned to regiment 11-1-62. Severely wounded at Chancellorsville--while kneeling behind breastworks, a shell hit left foot, right leg & thigh, carried away flesh below knee & cut the leaders above knee. POW at Chancellorsville. Paroled US Ford Virginia 5-15-63. 2 Div/6 Corps General Field Hospital. 12 Corps General Field Hospital Acquia Creek Virginia. Carver United States Army General Hospital Washington. Mt Pleasant United States Army General Hospital Washington. United States Army General Hospital Camden Street Baltimore Maryland. Soldiers Home Indianapolis Indiana. Discharged Indianapolis 4-6-64 for wounds: left eyesight, side of head numbed, gangrene set in. In hospital 8 times for wounds, including 6 after wounds received at Chancellorville. Died Bloomfield Iowa 7-7-1933

Williams, Albert G

Washington, 43, 6-0, Painter

Detached service with Ambulance 10-1 to 12-61. Discharged Fairfax Station Virginia 1-17-63 disability: chronic rheumatism

Williams, John

Washington, 19, s, 5-7, Farmer

Wounded at Winchester--gunshot right ankle. Injured--right hand unloading government goods at Manassas Junction Virginia 8-62. POW near Manassas 8-28-62 while AWOL. Paroled at Gainesville Virginia 9-1-62, Camp Chas Columbus Ohio, and Camp Carrington Indiana 2-63. Returned to regiment 2-63. Detached service brigade Teamster 5-16 to 8-63, 10-25-63 to 8-64. Mustered out

Williams, John J

Washington, 21, s, 6-3, Farmer

Died at Darnestown Maryland 11-9-61: measles

Wilson, Ivy (Ira, Ivery)

Daviess County, 31, m, 5-3, Farmer

Died in hospital at Winchester Virginia 3-21-62: pneumonia

Wilson, William Hiram (Henry)

Promoted Corporal 2-21-62; Resigned from Corporal 2-16-63 and returned ranks

RECRUITS (PRIVATES)

Baldwin, Hillard (Hillird) G (J)

Alexandria (Madison), 23, m, 5-6, Farmer

Mustered in 7-28-62. Wounded at Chancellorsville--gunshot left leg & thigh broken. POW at Chancellorsville. Paroled US Ford Virginia 5-15-63. 1st Div/12th Corps General Field Hospital Acquia Creek Virginia. Armory Square United States Army General Hospital Washington DC. Died Washington 6-15-63 of wounds. Buried Washington Military Assembly Cemetery

Boyd, James S

Washington, 23, 6-.5, Farmer

Mustered in 1-18-64. Wounded at Resaca--gunshot both legs. General Field Hospital Resaca Georgia. Totten United States Army General Hospital Louisville Kentucky. Joe Holt United States Army General Hospital New Albany Indiana. Jefferson United States Army General Hospital Jeffersonville Indiana. Transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry then consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65. Died 9-18-68. Buried Daviess County Indiana Aikmans Creek Baptist Church Cemetery

Bradford, Jabez(Jabes)(Jabous) Archibald

Washington, 26, m, 5-11, Farmer

Mustered in 12-27-63. Died City General Hospital Indianapolis Indiana 1-26-64: inflamation of lungs. Buried Indianapolis Crown Hill Cemetery

Chapman, John F

Daviess County, 22, 5-8, Farmer

Mustered in 8-1-62. Wounded at Cedar Mountain. Wounded at Antietam--spent bullet right arm. Hospital Frederick Maryland, Philadelphia Pennsylvania. Discharged Stewart's Mansion United States Army General Hospital Baltimore Maryland 2-27-63 organic heart of disease. Saw battle & wounded 8 days after mustered in. Died Washington Indiana 4-10-1913. Buried Daviess County Indiana Aikmans Creek Baptist Church Cemetery

Clayton, Daniel

Washington, 37, m, 5-10, Farmer

Mustered in 7-28-62. Injured back 10-62 on march to Dam No 4 Maryland from Harpers Ferry Virginia, stepped off precipice at night fell down rough road. Detached service at Tullahoma Tennessee, post carpenter 12-63 & 3-7-64. Regimental Teamster 4-1 to 10-64. Transferred 70th Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 6-8-65; Died National Hospitalfor Disabled Veterans Marion Indiana 11-27-1900. Buried Marion National Cemetery

Cox, Jeffrey (Jeffirey) J

Washington, 18, s, 5-5, Farmer

Mustered in 3-26-64. Severely wounded at Resaca--gunshot left side of skull, right side & breast broke 2 ribs. General Field Hospital Resaca Georgia. No 19 United States Army General Hospital Nashville Tennessee. No 4 United States Army General Hospital Murfreesboro Tennessee. Transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry then consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry; Mustered out 7-21-65; D Monro County Indiana 8-20-78

Crosby, Christopher

Daviess County, 44, m, 5-6, Farmer

Mustered in 7-28-62. Detached service brigade Teamster 7-62 to 8-63. Transferred to Veteran's Reserve Corps 3-64 after sickness in No 12 United States Army General Hospital Nashville Tennessee, Branch No 3 United States Army General Hospital, No 2 Louisville Kentucky, No 2 United States Army General Hospital New Albany Indiana, United States Army General Hospital Madison Indiana since 10-12-63: rheumtism, diarrhea, erysipelas, kicked in right side by mule. Probably never joined regiment. Mustered out Elmira New York 7-12-65. Died Boone County Missouri 11-12-68

Cunningham, Mathew M

Washington, 18, 5-6, Farmer

Mustered in 2-23-64; Never joined regiment. Died City United States Army General Hospital Indianapolis Indiana 3-12-64 after sick USAPH Camp Carrington Indianapolis, of disease: typhoid pneumonia. Buried Indianapolis Crown Hill Cemetery

Gregory, Thomas B

Veal Township, 26, m, 5-9, Farmer

Mustered in 2-12-64. Killed at Resaca--bullet in middle of forehead. Not to be confused with B Thomas Gregory Company E

Jones, Archibald (Archable) N (M)

Washington, 20, 5-7, Farmer

Mustered in 2-12-64. No further record

Jones, John N (B) (R)

Daviess County, 22, 5-9, Farmer

Mustered in 3-26-62; Wounded at Cedar Mountain--5 wounds arm & leg. Mansion House United States Army General Hospital & United States Army General Hospital King Street Alexandria Virginia. Died at Alexandria 8-21-62 wounds: vulnus sclopeticum. Buried Daviess County Indiana Aikmans Creek Baptist Church Cemetery

Jones, Marion

18, s, 5-7, Farmer

Mustered in 2-12-64. Prior service 63rd Indiana Infantry. Transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry then consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65. Died Petersburg Indiana 2-21-1916. Buried Petersburg Walnut Hills Cemetery

Martin, Jerrett (Jarrett, Gerrett) W

Washington, 19, 5-3, Farmer

Mustered in 2-12-64. Transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry then consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry; Mustered out 7-21-65; Died at Cushing, Oklahoma 12-6-1922

McAdams, Marion P

Washington, 18, s, 5-10, Farmer

Mustered in 2-12-64. Slightly wounded at Resaca--finger. Slightly wounded at New Hope Church--gunshot right breast. Hospital Fortress Rosecrans Tennessee. Transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry the consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65. Died at Loxa Illinois 10-18-90. Buried Loxa Mound Cemetery

Monagan (Monaghan, Moucham), Daniel

Ireland (Country), 33, m, 5-10, Laborer

Mustered in 3-3-64. Wounded at Resaca--gunshot right index finger & left cheek ball came out mouth, & buckshot to left leg. Wounded at New Hope Church gunshot left arm & index finger. Cumberland United States Army General Hospital Nashville Tennessee. United States Army General Hospital No 4 New Albany Indiana. Transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry then consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65. Died 12-6-1905

Osman, Philip (Phillip)

Washington, 19, s, 5-8, Farmer

Mustered in 3-3-64. Severely wounded at Resaca--gunshot right heel & hand. General Field Hospital Resaca Georgia. United States Army General Hospital Chattanooga Tennessee, General Hospital Nashville Tennessee, Jefferson United States Army General Hospital Jeffersonville Indiana. United States Army General Hospital Madison Indiana. Transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry then consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65

Perkins, Elisha

Daviess County, 30, m. 5-11, Farmer

Mustered in 8-14-62. Severely wounded at Antietam--gunshot face, ball passed through sinus near left eye into mouth (tongue escaping injury) from left cheek out near right ear tearing roof of mouth & fracturing & considerably disorganizing the joint. No 1 United States Army General Hospital Frederick Maryland. Discharged at Frederick 3-6-63 wounds: partial anchylosis of lower jaw bone, can open his teeth about 1/2". Saw action 1 mo after mustered in. Died 12-19-99

Perkins, John W

Daviess County, 18, 5-11, Farmer

Mustered in 8-14-62. Discharged at United States Army General Hospital Portsmouth Grove Rhode Island 6-15-63 after sick in hospital at Alexandria Virginia & Portsmouth Grove since 12-28-62 for disability: dyspepsia & general debility. Died Montgomery Indiana 6-29-1912

Stipps (Stipes), William

Wheatland (Knox), 18, 5-4, Farmer

Mustered in 7-28-62. Wounded at New Hope Church--buckshot left hand. 3rd Div/20th Corps General Field Hospital. General Field Hospital Chattanooga Tennessee. Cumberland United States Army General Hospital Nashville Tennessee. United States Army General Hospital Murfreesboro Tennessee. Totten United States Army General Hospital Louisville Kentucky. Transferred to Veteran's Reserve Corps Louisville 9-12-64. Mustered out 6-8-65. Died 1868

Stucky (Stuckey), Noah P

Washington, 18, 5-7, Farmer

Mustered in 4-26-64. Transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry then consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65. Died 1877

Waters, Jacob B

Macon County, 22, 5-5.5, Farmer

Mustered in 1-8-64. No further record

White, Andrew

Washington, 18, s, 6-0, Farmer

Mustered in 3-26-64. Prior service 117th Indiana Infantry. Wounded at Resaca--gunshot left leg middle 1/3. Cumberland United States Army General Hospital Nashville Tennessee. Branch B Clay United States Army General Hospital Louisville Kentucky. Transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry then consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65. Died Washington Indiana 7-23-1915. Buried Washington Veals Creek Cemetery

White, Thomas

Daviess County, 18, 5-8, Farmer

Mustered in 3-26-64. Transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry then consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65

Wilson (Willson), Robert S

Washington, 22, 5-6, Farmer

Mustered in 3-26-64. Prior service 24th Indiana Infantry. Veteran volunteer. Transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry the consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65. Died Kansas 1884

 

* For regimental totals, Burge, George W, and Fesler, George L are counted with Company E; Cassady, John A with Company D

 

COMPANY E

FINAL DISPOSITION OF MEMBERS DURING SERVICE WITH 27TH INDIANA

 

Killed in Action (10): Carroll, Joseph; Cassaday, John A*; Chapman, James M; Gregory, Thomas B; Hill, Thomas W; Ross, Philip; Smith, Franklin; Sparks, Daniel S; Webber, John B; Wilson, William Hiram

Died of (Mortal) Wounds (7): Baldwin, Hillard G; Cox, Samuel Solomon; Herinshaw, James; Jones, John N; Keller, John RLashley, James; Logan, Nathan

Died of Disease/Sickness (13): Boyd, C William (POW); Bradford, Jabez; Clark, Lewis; Cunningham, Mathew M; Curley, Patrick; Gregory, Benjamin; Gainor, William; Hawkins, Joseph; Honey, George W; Huskes, Henry; Layton, Thomas; Williams, John J; Wilson, Ivy

Transferred to United States Army (2): Artillery - Corcoran, Michael; Navy - Conaly, John

Discharged (24): Alton, Daniel R; Black, Elisha; Brown, James; Chapman, John F; Crays, Robert; Dye, John; Fesler, George L; Fitzgerald, John; Grany, David; Gregory, Jonathan; Gregory, B Thomas; Hayman, John; Henderson, Thomas D; Hopper, Jackson; Langton, Andrew; McCormick, Michael; McDonald, Absolom; Perkins, Elisha; Perkins, John; Roddick, George W (dishonorable); Street, Green; Tomy, Elijah H; White, William A; Williams, Albert G

Resigned (1): Burge, George W

Transferred Within 27th (1): Cassady, John A (as Captain Company D)

Transferred to Veterans Reserve Corps (8): Boner, John; Crosby, Christopher; Freeman, Edwin; Gilly, Job; McCane, Emmanuel; Osman, Samuel T; Stipps, William; White, George W

Veterans (3) Transferred to 70th Indiana (29 (1 officer)): Akester, Washington; Arnold, Andrew J; Austin, Henry C; Boner, James M; Boyd, John B; Bratton, Robert R; Brown, David; Clark, Bethuel M (First Lieutenant); Davis, Joseph A; Dougherty, James H; Edward, James; Ellis, William P; Everhart, David; Gilly, Martin V; Honey, George W (did not transfer); Jackson, John; Jones, Joseph R; Keller, John S (did not transfer); Lashley, James (did not transfer); Lattimore, John; Marshall, Robert R; Maxwell, James; Palmer, John F; Purcell, Nelson; Shepherd, James B L; Thomas, John A; Wallace, John G; Weever, Charles H; Weaver, Samuel S; Webber, Samuel Franklin; Welch, Jordan; Wilson, Robert S

Recruits Transferred to 70th Indiana (11): Boyd, James S; Clayton, Daniel; Cox, Jeffrey J; Jones, Marion; McAdams, Marion P; Martin, Jerrett; Monagan, Daniel; Osman, Philip; Stuckey, Noah P; White, Andrew; White, Thomas

Mustered Out with Regiment (21): Akester, Thomas; Barber, Joseph D; Barnes, Eli Edgar; Doan, William; Gesler, George; Harris, William P; Henning, William; Jones, William S; Kelly, Edward W; Lane, Erastus; McGee, Thomas; Means, Frederick S; Mears, William H; Murat, John; Palmer, John F; Robinson, Josiah C; Stephens, Elisha H; Stephens, James; Wagoner, William; White, Seth; Williams, John

Not Mustered Out with Regiment (in hospital), Mustered out later (1): Street, Berry

Deserted (1): Swan, Thomas (2 times, returned once)

No Record (2): Jones Archibald; Waters, Jaco‚ B

Wounded in Action, not Mortally (60 for 98 times): Akester, Thomas (3 engagements); Akester, Washington; Alton, Daniel R; Arnold, Andrew (2 battles); Austin, Henry C (4 engagements); Barber, Joseph D (3 battles); Bomer, James M; Boner, John; Boyd, James S; Boyd, John B; Bratton, Robert S (4 battles); Burge, George W*; Chapman, James (2 battles); Chapman, John F (2 battles); Cox, Jeffrey J; Dougherty, James H; Ellis, William P (2 battles); Everhart, David (2 engagements); Fesler, George L* (2 battles); Fitzgerald, John; Freeman, Edwin (3 battles); Gesler, George; Gilly, Job; Gilly, Martin V; Henning, William; Jackson, John (3 battles); Jones, Joseph S (2 battles); Lane, Erastus (2 battles); Langton, Andrew (2 battles); Lashley, James; McAdams, Marion P (2 battles); McDonald, Absolom; Marshall, Robert S (3 battles); Maxwell, James (2 battles); Mears, Fredrick S; Mears, William H; Monagan, Daniel (2 battles); Murat, John (3 battles); Osman, Philip; Osman, Samuel T; Perkins, Elisha; Purcell, Nelson; Robinson, Josiah C; Stephens, James; Stipps, William; Street, Berry (2 engagements); Swan, Thomas J; Thomas, John A; Tomy, Elijah H (3 battles); Wallace, John G (3 battles); Webber, Samuel Franklin; Weever, Charles H; Weever, Samuel S; Welch, Jordan; White, Andrew; White, George W; White, Seth (2 battles); White, William A (2 battles); Williams, John

Prisoners of War (22 for 23 times): Arnold, Andrew J; Baldwin, Hillard G; Bomer, James M; Boyd, John B; Brown, David; Carroll, Joseph; Corcoran, Michael; Cox, Samuel Solomon; Crays, Robert; Curley, Patrick; Davis, Joseph A; Doan, William (2 battles); Edward, James; Freeman, Edwin; Grany, David; Gregory, Benjamin T; Marshall, Robert R; Street, Berry; Weever, Samuel S; White, George W; White, William A; Williams, John

Injured (4 for 5 times): Brown, James; Clayton, Daniel; Mears, William H; Stephens, Elisha H (2 times)

Number of Men Who were Casualties: 86 (3-83)

Present Throughout (2): Gesler George; Robinson, Josiah C

Prior Civil War Service (3): Jones, Marion; White, Andrew; Wilson, Robert S

Later Service with Another Unit (3): Arnold Andrew J; Grany, David; Hopper, Jackson

NUMBERS AND STATISTICS

Original Members:

Officers = 3

Enlisted = 101

Total 104

Recruits = 24

Total Members: 125

Members in Each Rank: Officers = 6; Non-Commissioned Officers = 40; Other Enlisted = 118

Total = 164

Marital Status (Verified): Married = 24; Single = 30

Average Height: Overall = 5-8.8 (68.8S) (123)

Median = 5-7.5 (67.5S)

Average Age: Overall = 24.4 years (125)

Officers = 29.3 years

Enlisted = 24.1 years

Median = 22.0 years

Occupations:

Manual Labor = 106

Artisan = 12

Transportation = 2

Farmer = 95

Cabinet Maker = 2

Teamster/Wagoner = 1

Stonecutter = 1

Shoemaker = 1

Railroad Man = 1

Miner = 4

Harness maker = 1

Laborer = 6

Carpenter = 1

Blacksmith = 3

Professional = 2

Painter = 1

School Teacher = 1

Cooper = 2

Engineer = 1

Watch Maker = 1

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