Company I

"Warren Union Guards"


Officers

Captain

William H. Holloway

Aug '61-Oct '64

 

First Lieutenant

George W. Reed

Aug '61-Aug'62

Killed at Cedar Mountain

First Lieutenant

George T. Chapin

Aug '61-May '64

Killed at Resaca

Second Lieutenant

Josiah C. Williams

Aug '61-Sep '62

( see also Company C )

 

Second Lieutenant

John K. McKaskay

Feb '63-May '64

( see also Regimental Staff)

( see also Company C )


Enlisted Men

Sergeant

James F. Nosler

Aug '61-Nov '62

transferred to 18th US Infantry

Private

William L. Douglas

Aug '61-Feb '63

Died of small pox

Private

William H. Storm

Aug '61-Feb '63

 

Private

Reuben Newman

Aug '61-Nov '64


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 I

Service Records

 

Principal County = Putnam

Recruitment Center = Putnamville

Formed = 5-61 as a voluntary home guard organization

Formed By = Captain Joel W McGrew, Putnamville

Original Officers = McGrew; First Lieutenant George Whitfield Reed, Putnamville; Second Lieutenant Josiah Clinton Williams, Putnamville

 

(County residence is Putnam 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

McGrew, Joel W

Putnamville, 8-30-61/9-12-61, 37, 5-11.5

Service in Mexican War. Injured--left linguinal hernia at Washington DC 9-25-61 during Company military drill. Resigned 11-10-61 for disability: hernia. Died at Greencastle Indiana 8-31-92. Buried Greencastle Forest Hill Cemetery

Nance, Tighlman Howard 2

Putnamville, 9-3-61/11-13-61, 24, s, 5-6.5, Farmer

Promoted from First Sergeant. Prior service in a 3 months regiment. Wounded at Cedar Mountain--gunshot to neck partially severing windpipe. Discharged Stafford Court House Virginia 2-13-63 for disability: chronic diarrhea of a very stubborn & untractable character. Later service as Captain 115th Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 2-25-64. "Till" died at Dallas TX 9-7-95

Holloway, William H 2, 3, 4

Spencer (Owen), 2-14-63/3-18-63, 25, s, 5-7, Mechanic

Promoted from First Lieutenant. Commander of Company I from 2-1-63 until resigned. Wounded at Cedar Mountain--thigh. Resigned 10-4-64. Died at Brazil, Indiana 11-23-1910. Buried Brazil Cottage, Hill Cemetery

FIRST LIEUTENANTS

Reed, George Whitfield

Putnamville, 8-30-61/9-12-61, 33, s, Farmer

Commander of Company I from 10-24 to 12-10-61. Killed at Cedar Mountain--gunshot twice to left cheek & body. "Whit" was an uncle of Josiah Clinton Williams of Company I

Holloway, William H

10-1-62/11-14-62

Promoted from First Sergeant. Promoted to Captain

Chapin, George Tarvin* 2, 3

Putnamville, 2-14-63/2-14-63, 23, s, 6-1.5, Farmer

Promoted from Second Lieutenant. Prior service 3 months 10th Indiana Infantry. Wounded at Antietam. Commander Company H 7-3 to 11-63. Tullahoma Tennessee post Adjutant from 2 to 3-64. Killed at Resaca--gunshot to head & left shoulder. Cousin of Israel George Cowgill of Company I

SECOND LIEUTENANTS

Williams, Josiah Clinton*

Putnamville, 8-30-61/9-12-61, 22, s

Slightly wounded at Winchester--ball to foot. Commander of Company I for 9 days in 8-62 & 40 days after Antietam. Arrested on 12-6-62 violation of Order No 5. Promoted to Captain of Company C. Slightly wounded at Antietam--shell to leg. Severely wounded at Chancellorsville--gunshot left upper 1/3 thigh, ball hit sword guard & glanced downward. 1st Division/12th Corps General Field Hospital Acquia Creek Virginia. Seminary United States Army General Hospital, Georgetown, Washington, DC. Returned to regiment 9-63. Detached service as Provost Marshall at Tullahoma, Tennessee from 11-4-63 to 3-2-64. Acting 1st Division Provost Marshall 4-64. Commander of 12th Corps HQ guards 3-64. 2nd Brigade Provost Marshall on General Ruger's staff from 5 to 8-64. Resigned 10-5-64 when term expired. "Sigh" was a nephew of George Whitfield Reed of Company I. Died at Greencastle, Indiana 3-12-1900. Buried Greencastle, Forest Hill Cemetery

Chapin, George Tarvin

1-1-63/3-5-63

Promoted from Sergeant; Promoted First Lieutenant

McKaskay (McCaskey, McCasky, McKaska), John K*

Taylorsville (Bartholomew), 2-14-63/3-18-63, 28, s, 5-8, School Teacher

Promoted regiment Sergeant Major from Private Company C on 11-30-61. Reduced to ranks 6-1-62 in Company C--incapacity to discharge duties. Promoted to Second Lieutenant of Company I 2-14-63. Wounded at Winchester. POW at Winchester, Confederate hospital at Union Hotel Winchester Virginia 5-26-62, Academy General Hospital at Winchester 6-8-62, Parolled at Winchester 6-8-62, at Camp Chase, Columbus Ohio, 7-18 to 9-27-62, and at Camp Lew Wallace Ohio 10-31, Indianapolis Indiana 1-24-63. Returned to regiment 3-63. Served as Regimental Ordnance Officer 5-13-63. Severely wounded at Gettysburg in the charge--musket ball below elbow, arm broken, 3" of bone cut out & never united, false joint at place of fracture; 12th Corps General Field Hospital Gettysburg Pennsylvania. Officers' United States Army General Hospital, Carnac's Woods, Philadelphia Pennsylvania. Main Street United States Army General Hospital, Covington Kentucky. Hospital, Camp Chase. Discharged at Camp Chase 5-20-64 for wounds. One of 4 members who served in 3 units within regiment. Died 2-20-1900. Burial place unkown.

ENLISTED MEN

 

NAME

RESIDENCE, AGE, M/S, HT, OCCUPATION

FIRST (ORDERLY) SERGEANTS

Alley (Allee), Lee H 2

Fillmore, 24, 5-7, Farmer

Promoted from Sergeant. POW at Newtown. Parolled at Aikens Landing Virginia 9-7-62, at Fort Delaware Delaware 9-17-62, and at Camp Parole, Annapolis Maryland 12-22-62. Returned to regiment 1-17-63. Slightly wounded at New Hope Church--hand contusion. Cumberland United States Army General Hospital Nashville Tennessee. Returned to regiment. Mustered out. Died at Washington, DC, 3-22-75

Holloway, William H

Promoted from Corporal. Promoted to First Lieutenant

Nance, Tighlman Howard

Promoted to Captain

Stone, Lewis P 2, 3, 4

Coatesville (Hendricks), 18, 5-9, Farmer

Promoted from Sergeant. Wounded at Cedar Mountain--while regiment was retreating from mountain, received gunshot to lower right leg. Detached service with Ambulance from 9-24-63 to 2-64. Veteran Volunteer, transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry, then consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out Louisville Kentucky 7-1-65; Brother of Tarvin C Stone of Company A and Field and Staff. Died at National Hospital for Disabled Veterans, Danville Illinois 1-1-1921.

SERGEANTS

Alley (Allee), Lee H

Promoted to First Sergeant 3-28-63

Beard, John P 2, 3

Clinton, 18, 5-9, Farmer

Promoted from Corporal. Wounded at Chancellorsville--gunshot to right knee. POW at Chancellorsville. Died of wounds 5-11-63 while POW.

Chapin, George Tarvin

Promoted to Second Lieutenant

Gilmore, John L 2, 3

Putnam County, 18, s, 5-8, Farmer

Promoted from Corporal. Wounded at Antietam--gunshot to left hip. Camden Sreet United States Army General Hospital Baltimore Maryland. Returned to regiment 12-62. Detached service recruiting 11-25-63 to 2-64. Mustered out. Died at Brazil, Indiana 1-13-79

Gilmore, Joseph L (S) 2

Putnam County, 33, m, 6-2, Farmer

Acting First Sergeant from 10 to 11-61. Reduced to ranks 3-28-62. Severely wounded at Gettysburg--gunshot perforating abdomen right side. 1st Division/12th Corps General Field Hospital Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Died of wounds at Gettysburg 7-4-63. Buried at Gettysburg National Cemetery

Nosler, James Franklin 2

Putnam County, 23, s, 5-10, Farmer

Promoted from Corporal. Wounded at Antietam--shell fragments to right foot & ankle. German Reformed Church United States Army General Hospital Harrisburg Pennsylvania. Transferred to United States Army on 11-5-62 to 18th US Infantry. Mustered out at Columbus Ohio 6-16-65. Died 8-14-1926. Buried Terre Haute Indiana, Highland Cemetery

Sellers (Sellars), Joseph B 2

Putnam County, 18, s, 6-3, Farmer

Reduced to ranks 3-28-62. Wounded at Cedar Mountain--gunshot to right calf. Piedmont Hotel, 2nd Corps temporary hospital at Culpeper Virginia. United States Army General Hospital at Fairfax Seminary, Alexandria Virginia. United States Army General Hospital at Newark New Jersey. Returned to regiment 12-62. Wounded at New Hope Church--minie ball entered middle of right leg tibia, emerged at back of leg, fractured both lower bones, lost 1/3 of leg amputated 4" below knee. 1st Division/20th Corps Field Hospital. Hospital at Kingston, Georgia. United States Army General Hospital Chattanooga, Tennessee. Mustered out Indianapolis Indiana 8-17-64. "Joe" died at Greencastle Township, Putnam County, Indiana on 4-12-1914. Buried at Putnamville Indiana, Putnamville Cemetery

Stewart (Stuart), Aaron S 2, 3

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

Promoted from Corporal. POW Mitchell's Station Virginia near Cedar Mountain 8-9-62. Imprisoned at Richmond Virginia 8-12-62, Parolled at Aikens Landing Virginia 9-13-62. Returned to regiment 10-10-62. Acting First Sergeant 11-63. Severely wounded at Peach Tree Creek--gunshot to left foot. 1st Division/12th Corps General Field Hospital. General Field Hospital Vinings Station Georgia. Cumberland United States Army General Hospital, Nashville Tennessee. United States Army General Hospital Madison, Indiana. Mustered out at Indianapolis Indiana 10-12-64. Died at Butler County Kansas 3-1-81

Stone, Lewis P

Promoted from Corporal. Promoted to First Sergeant

Tuggall (Tuggle), Martin C 2, 3

Putnam County, 21, 5-10, Farmer

Promoted from Corporal. Mustered out. Present throughout in every battle.

CORPORALS

Adams, John Quincy 2

Putnam County, 20, s, 5-10.5, Farmer

Promoted from Private. Wounded at Antietam--both thighs. No 3 United States Army General Hospital Frederick Maryland. Camden Street United States Army General Hospital Baltimore Maryland. Discharged at Baltimore 1-4-63 for wounds. Later service with the 11th Indiana Infantry and 133rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out at Fort McHenry, Baltimore Maryland 7-26-65. Died at Decatur, Illinois 4-20-1914. Buried at Decatur Greenwood Cemetery

Asher, Hamilton H 2

Putnam County, 17, m, 5-10, Farmer

Promoted from Private. Resigned as Corporal 10-23-63. Severely wounded at Resaca--gunshot to shoulder & right hand. Cumberland United States Army General Hospital Nashville, Tennessee. Died of wounds, pneumonia & diarrhea at Nashville 6-14-64. Buried Nashville City Cemetery

Beard (Baird), John P

Promoted from Private. Promoted Sergeant 3-28-63

Beck, Michael 2

Putnam County, 21, s, 5-9, Farmer

Promoted from Private. Severely wounded at New Hope Church--gunshot to left leg. United States Army General Hospital Chattanooga, Tennessee. Cumberland United States Army General Hospital Nashville, Tennessee. Jefferson United States Army General Hospital Jeffersonville, Indiana. Returned to regiment 8-64. Mustered out at Indianapolis Indiana 10-12-64; "Mike" died at Lena, Indiana 10-12-1915. Buried at Lena Calcutta Cemetery

Clapsaddle, John B

Putnamville, 19, s, 5-11, Farmer

Wounded at Antietam--gunshot left shoulder & trunk, compound fractured clavicle. United States Army General Hospital 12th & Buttonwood Streets Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Discharged Philadelphia 2-17-63 for wounds. Died at Riley, Kansas 3-30-89

Dieher (Dreuhr)(Dreher), Lewis W 2

Owen County, 20, s, 5-5, Farmer

Promoted from Private. Resigned from Corporal 6-28-62. Wounded at Antietam--gunshot to arm. German Reformed Church United States Army General Hospital Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Discharged at Harrisburg 12-2-62 for wounds: scrotal hernia of left side. Later service 115th Indiana Infantry. Discharged at Indianapolis, Indiana 2-25-64. Died at Owen County, Indiana 10-7-70

Ferguson (Fergason, Fergerson), William Bunting 2

Putnam County, 22, s, 5-5, Farmer

Promoted from Private. Injured at Winchester--rupture, fell into ditch in line of battle during Banks' retreat. POW at Winchester. Imprisoned at Belle Isle, Virginia and contracted scurvey. Parolled at Aikens Landing Virginia 9-7-62. Returned to regiment 10-10-62. Detached service with trains 11-19 to 28-63. Mustered out. Died at Zephyr Hills, Florida 1-21-1936. Buried at Brazil, Indiana, Cottage Hill Cemetery. Member who lived to oldest age (97); next to last original member of regiment & third from last member to die

Gilmore, John L

Promoted from Private. Promoted to Sergeant 3-28-63

Good, Robert S

Putnamville, 20, s, 5-9, Farmer

Killed at Antietam. Buried at Antietam National Cemetery

Hadden (Haddon), Abraham (Abram)

Putnam County, 30, s, 5-10, Farmer

Discharged at United States Army General Hospital 5th & Buttonwood Streets Philadelphia Pennsylvania 5-2-62 after sick in hospital at Frederick Maryland & Philadelphia since 2-62. Reason--disability: phthisis pulmonalis. Died at Mound City Missouri 4-17-90

Hadden (Haddon), Isaac 2

Putnam County, 23, s, 5-11, Farmer

Detached service as brigade Teamster from 11-16-61 to 6-62. Resigned from Corporal 1-1-62. Injured 5-62 Potomac River unloading pork--right leg smashed. Injured at Cedar Mountain--horse ran over him. Wounded at Antietam--gunshot to right hand, lost index & middle fingers. Hospital at Boonsboro Maryland. Union Chapel United States Army General Hospital Washington, DC. Discharged at Washington, DC 11-5-62 for disability. Died 8-25-1904

Holloway, William H

Promoted First Sergeant 1-1-62

McDonald, David B 2

Daviess County, 29, m, 5-7, Farmer

Recruit promoted from Private. Killed at Chancellorsville 5-2-63--shell

Nosler, James Franklin

Promoted Sergeant 3-28-62

Oliver, Samuel 2

Putnam County, 28, 5-9, Farmer

Promoted from Private. Contracted severe cold on march from Davies Farm, Maryland to Balls Bluff Virginia 10-61. Disease increased during service. Transferred Veterans' Reserve Corps at Alexandria Virginia 1-15-64 after sick in hospital at Smoketown & Frederick, Maryland, & York, Pennsylvania since 12-10-62: lung disease, chest breathing pains. Mustered out at Albany, New York 9-24-64

Steers, James

Putnam County, 27, 5-10.5, Farmer

POW at Winchester. Confederate hospital, Union Hotel Winchester, Virginia. Contracted rheumatism. Parolled at Winchester 6-1-62, at United States Army General Hospital Frederick, Maryland 6-22-62, at Camp Chase, Ohio 6-18, and at Camp Lew Wallace Ohio. Deserted Camp Wallace 10-10-62 but returned 10-31-62. Exchanged. Returned to regiment 2-24-63. Severely wounded at Chancellorsville--leg & arm. POW at Chancellorsville. Imprisoned at Richmond, Virginia 5-9-62. Parolled at City Point Virginia 5-15-62, at Camp Parole Annapolis Maryland 5-18-62, at Camp Chase Ohio 5-22-62, and at Convalescent Camp Alexandria, Virginia on 7-24-62. Deserted the Convalescent Camp but returned on his own accord in 62. Returned to the regiment. Missed Atlanta--sick hospital. Mustered out at Atlanta, Georgia 9-12-64

Stewart (Stuart), Aaron S

Promoted from Private. Promoted Sergeant 7-1-63

Stone, Lewis P

Promoted from Private. Promoted Sergeant 3-28-63

Tuggall (Tuggle), Martin C

Promoted from Private; Promoted Sergeant 3-28-63

Turner, Samuel William 2

Putnam County, 22, s, 5-10, Farmer

Reduced to ranks 1-15-62. Transferred to United States Army 10-26-62, Company C, Battalion of Engineers; Re-enlisted 2-8-64. Mustered out Jefferson Barracks, Missouri 2-8-67. Died at Marion, Indiana 3-26-1918, Buried Marion IOOF Cemetery

Yonger (Younger), Jesse 2

Boone County, 22, 5-10, Farmer

Promoted from Private. Wounded at Winchester. Discharged at United States Army General Hospital 12th & Buttonwod Streets, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 2-25-63 for disability: defects in constitution from exposure, secondary syphillis. Died at Jamestown, Indiana 1879

MUSICIANS

McCormick (McCormac, McCormack), Samuel Phillip, (John A)

Washington County, 21, s, 5-10, School Teacher

Fifer. Contracted cold in 12-61 on march from Darnestown, Maryland to Frederick, Maryland. Brought on bronchitis. Promoted to regimental band as Principal Musician (Fife Major) 1-1-62. Discharged at Williamsport, Pennsylvania 6-1-62 for disability: chronic bronchitis from blowing fife. Died at Washington, DC 6-4-89, Buried at Kingwood, West Virginia

Conklin (Conkling), John A 2

Putnam County, 22, s, 5-5, Farmer

Drummer. Transferred into ranks. Transferred to United States Army 10-28-62 with Company F, 4th US Artillery. Mustered out 8-17-64; "Johnny" died at Indianapolis, Indiana 6-16-92. Buried Indianapolis Catholic Cemetery

WAGONER (TEAMSTER)

Wright, Tighlman A

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

Missed Winchester--sick in hospital. Mustered out. Died at Council Bluffs, Iowa 12-11-1923

PRIVATES

Adams, Isaac

Putnam County, 18, 5-8, Farmer

Discharged Odd Fellows Hall, United States Army General Hospital Washington, DC 2-8-63 for disability: chronic diarrhea with debility & great emaciation. Later service with 133rd Indiana Infantry and 1st Indiana Heavy Artillery. Mustered out at New Orleans, Louisiana 7-20-65, Died at Terre Haute, Indiana 9-4-1933. Buried Greencastle, Indiana, Forest Hill Cemetery

Adams, John Quincy

Promoted to Corporal 11-11-62

Alexander, Cyrus

Putnam County, 24, 5-8, Farmer

Died at brigade hospital, Harpers Ferry, Virginia 10-22-62 of disease

Alexander, William K

Putnam County, 34, 5-10, Farmer

Injured Cedar Mountain thrown down while crossing fence--right knee trodden upon. Discharged at United States Army General Hospital, 16th & Filbert Streets, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 5-13-63 after stay in hospital at Washington, DC & Philadelphia since 1-18-63. Reason: anchylosis of knee

Asher, Hamilton H

Promoted Corporal 3-28-63; Resigned Corporal 10-23-63 ret ranks

Beard (Baird), John P

Promoted to Corporal 7-5-62

Beck, Daniel

Putnam County, 20, 6-0, Farmer

Detached service at brigade Teamster from 7-6-62 to 10-63. Detached service as brigade Teamster from 4-1 to 8-64. Mustered out. "Dan" died at Hume, Illinois 5-8-1914

Beck, Michael

Promoted Corporal 3-28-63

Brown, Charles C

Bloomington (Monroe), 45, 5-8, Farmer

POW at Winchester. Imprisoned at Richmond, Virginia. Parolled at Aikens Landing Virginia 9-13-62. Exchanged. Returned to regiment. Discharged at Stafford Court House, Virginia 4-25-63 for disability: dropsy. Nicknamed "Old Junk"

Butcher, Samuel M

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

Discharged at Camp Halleck Maryland 12-15-61 for disability: partial anchylosis of old knee joint wound. Later service 55th Indiana Infantry, and Independent Battery E, 1st Kentucky Heavy Artillery. Died at Indianapolis, Indiana 12-2-92. Buried Indianapolis, Crown Hill Cemetery

Clark, Anson H

Putnam County, 21, s, 5-8, Farmer

POW at Winchester. Parolled at Aikens Landing Virginia 9-13-62. Returned to regiment. Transferred to United States Army 10-28-62 with Battalion of Engineers. Died at Rappahannock Station, Virginia 9-11-63 of typhoid serving as member of Battalion of Engineers

Clark, Edward W (H)

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

Detached service as Brigade Teamster from 7-28-62 to 8-63. Discharged at United States Army General Hospital, Washington Street Branch, Alexandria, Virginia 11-18-63 after sick in hospital since 7-28-63. Reason: disability, valvular disease of heart from exposure prior to & during march to Gettysburg. Died at Sacramento, California 10-8-1917. Buried Sacramento City Cemetery

Conklin (Conkling), John A

Transferred into ranks from Musician

Cowgil (Cowgill, Couggill), Israel George

Putnam County, 19, 5-8, Farmer

Discharged at Convalescent Camp, Alexandria, Virginia 1-29-63 after sick in hospital since 8-62 for disability: functional disease of heart. Cousin of George Tarvin Chapin of Company I. Buried at Putnamville Indiana Cemetery

Crawley (Crowley, Cralley), Lorenzo D

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

Discharged at Baltimore, Maryland 1-10-63 after sick in United States Army General Hospital, York since 9-24-62 for disability: chronic synovitis left knee joint. Later service with 115th Indiana Infantry and 43rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 6-23-65. Died at Anderson, Indiana 10-19-1919. Buried at Anderson

Culbert (Culbertson), William J

Putnam County, 20, 5-5, Farmer

Deserted at Darnestown, Maryland 11-11-61

Davis, Elijah C

White County, 28, s, 6-0, Merchant

Transferred 2-18-62 to United States Navy for western gunboat service. Later service with 151st Indiana Infantry and as First Lieutenant, 116th Indiana Infantry. Resigned 6-13-65. Died Michigan City, Indiana 3-12-69

Delahunt (Dellahunt, Delihunt, Dellihunt), William

Putnam County, 28, 5-9, Farmer

Court Martialled 6-20-62--for intoxication & absence without leave, forfeiture of $4 per month for 2 months. Wounded at Antietam--left arm. 1st Corps General Field Hospital, Sharman House. Died at Frederick, Maryland 10-12-62 of wounds: vulnas sclossetrium. Buried Antietam National Cemetery

Devoraux, Thomas

Putnam County, 19, 5-6, Farmer

Killed at Cedar Mountain--gunshot to groin. Nicknamed "Tommy"

Dieher (Dreuhr, Dreher), Lewis W

Promoted to Corporal 1-1-62. Resigned as Corporal to return to ranks 6-26-62

Dodson (Dodsin), Thomas J

Putnam County, 19, 5-6, Farmer

Wounded at Chancellorsville. Missing at Chancellorsville, presumed dead. Never found. Dropped from rolls 10-31-63

Douglas, William L

Putnam County, 24, s, 6-1.5, Farmer

Wounded at Antietam--left leg & shoulder. Hospital at Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Satterlee United States Army General Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Detached service as Provost Marshall guard from 1 & 2-63. Died at Islington Lane hospital, Philadelphia, 2-26-63 of disease: smallpox. Buried at Putnam County, Indiana Mill Creek Cemetery

Eakin (Easkins), Henry

Putnam County, 18, 6-0, Wagon Maker

Wounded at Antietam--upper 1/2 of left thigh. No 3 United States Army General Hospital, Frederick, Maryland. Returned to regiment 11-62. Detached service as corps HQ Provost Marshall guard from 3-7 to 8-28-64. Mustered out. Died at Elletsville, Indiana 2-16-73. Buried Ellettsville Presbyterian Cemetery

Ferguson (Fergerson), William Bunting

Promoted Corporal 3-28-63

Frazier, George W

Hendricks County, 19, 6-0, Farmer

Injured Atlanta 8-7-64--concussion from shell while on picket duty, explosion knocked him down. Mustered out. Present throughout. Died at Fern, Indiana 11-28-82

Frogget (Froggett, Frogate), Francis M

Putnam County, 40, m, 5-6, Farmer

Teamster. Detached service as brigade Teamster 8-20-62. Discharged at Convalescent Camp, Alexandria, Virginia 3-25-63 for disability: synovitis of knee. Later service with 120th Indiana Infantry. Died at Greencastle, Indiana 3-1-69, Buried Greencastle Forest Hill Cemetery

Gilmore, John L

Promoted to Corporal 7-5-62

Gilmore, Joseph L (S)

Reduced to ranks from Sergeant 3-28-62

Grimes, James A

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

Died at regimental hospital, Strasburg, Virginia 5-23-62 of congestive fever

Hadden (Haddon), Isaac

Resigned from Corporal 1-1-62 into ranks

Hadden (Haddon), John C

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

Detached service as brigade Teamster 11-16-61 to 6-62. Injured Cedar Mountain while going into battle--ruptured left side, caused by cartridge box weight when leaping ditch at foot of mountain. Harewood United States Army General Hospital Washington, DC. United States Army General Hospital Newark, New Jersey. Discharged at Harewood United States Army General Hospital, New York, New York 12-30-62 after hospitalzed since 9-10-62, for disability: phthisis pulmonalis & hernia. Died 1-20-1911

Hall, James M

Putnam County, 22, 5-8, Farmer

Severely wounded at Antietam--gunshot to right shoulder. No 2 United States Army General Hospital, Frederick Maryland. 3" of humerous removed. Discharged at Frederick 12-17-62 for wounds: loss of arm motion. "Jim" died at Nelson, Nebraska 2-20-1923

Hall (Hale), William R

Putnamville, 19, s, 5-10, Farmer

Detached service as guard at Convalescent Camp, Alexandria, Virginia from 8-30 to 12-62. Detached service as road laborer from 1 to 6-63. Sentenced to Guard house on 9-15-63 for absence without leave. Detached service as Provost Marshall guard 11-21-63. Returned to regiment. Veteran Volunteer, transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry, then consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65. Died at Thayer Kansas 5-4-1922

Harris, Marion (Marrian)

Putnam County, 23, 5-11, Farmer

Died at Darnestown, Maryland 12-1-61 of typhoid fever

Hazlewood (Hazledwood), Lee S

Mount Meridian, 19, s, 5-11, Farmer

Wounded at Chancellorsville--bullet struck face, lower jaw & throat. 12th Corps General Field Hospital, Acquia Creek, Virginia. Returned to regiment. Slightly wounded at New Hope Church--hand. Wounded before Kenesaw Mountain, Georgia 6-24-64--minie ball to right foot. No 2 United States Army General Hospital, Chattanooga, Tennessee. No 1 United States Army General Hospital, Nashville, Tennessee. United States Army Hospital steamer "R C WOOD." No 6 United States Army General Hospital, New Albany, Indiana. Veteran Volunteer, transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry, then consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65. Died at Renwick, Iowa 4-18-1916

Heath, John C

Owen County, 19, 5-4, Farmer

Detached service as general hospital nurse 10-17-62. Returned to regiment. Missed Gettysburg--sick in hospital. Court Martialled 10-63--forfeit $6. Charged with straggling from Columbus, Ohio to Cincinnati, Ohio 4-27-64--fined $13.53 for transportation. Transferred Veterans' Reserve Corps United States Army General Hospital Chester Pennsylvania 9-15-63 because of chronic rheumatism. Transferred back to 27th Indiana 4-5-64--only member of regiment to do this. Returned to regiment. Missed Resaca and Peach Tree Creek--sick in hospital. Mustered out Indianapolis Indiana 9-13-64. Died at Wayne Township, Montgomery County, Indiana 12-19-93. Buried Montgomery County Masonic Cemetery

Hester (Hestler), John William

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

Injured in accident at Warrenton Virginia 4-62--cut leg near ankle chopping wood, severed the leaders. Discharged at United States Army General Hospital, Alexandria, Virginia, Washington Street Branch on 6-11 62 after intermittent at hospital in Washington, Annapolis Maryland, Frederick Maryland & Alexandria since 9-61. Discharged for disability: pain to spinal lumbar region. Died at Kiowa, Kansas 1-30-1935. Buried Kiowa

Hixon (Hixson, Hickson), John

Putnam County, 33, s, 5-5, Farmer

Detached service as cattle guard from 5 to 8-62. Slightly wounded at Gettysburg on 5-2-63 in a skirmish--left knee. 1st Division/12th Corps General Field Hospital, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. McClellan United States Army General Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Court Martialled 10-63 & fined $60. Transferred to Veterans' Reserve Corps United States Army General Hospital, Chester, Pennsylvania 9-15-63. Mustered out in Washington, DC on 9-5-64. Died 2-7-1906

Howard, John

Putnam County, 22, 5-2, Farmer

Wounded at Chancellorsville. Court Martialled 8-63--forfeit $6. Severely wounded at Peach Tree Creek--gunshot left forearm & hand. Cumberland United States Army General Hospital, Nashville Tennessee. Division 2 Dennison United States Army General Hospital, Ohio. Jefferson United States Army General Hospital, Jeffersonville, Indiana. Soldiers Home Indianapolis, Indiana. Veteran Volunteer, transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry, then consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65

Hunt, Ira (Joseph)

Hendricks County, 18, 5-5, Farmer

Wounded at Antietam. Severely wounded at Gettysburg--gunshot knee. 12th Corps General Field Hospital, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. United States Army General Hospital, York, Pennsylvania. Died at York 8-13-63 of wounds. Buried at York Prospect Hill Cemetery

Hussey, John

Hendricks County, 18, m, 6-1, Farmer

Died at United States Army General Hospital, 5th & Buttonwood Streets, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 4-22-62 after sick in hospital since 12-61 of disease: chronic pleuresy. Buried at Philadelphia National Cemetery

Jones, Jonathan

Putnam County, 28, 6-0, Farmer

Deserted 9-14-61 at Indianapolis, Indiana. Later service for 3 yrs in another unit

Jones, Joseph L

Putnam County, 22, 5-9, Farmer

Deserted 9-14-61 Indianapolis Indiana. Later service for 3 yrs in another unit

Kendal (Kendall), Charles W

Boone County, 19, s, 5-6, Farmer

Transferred United States Army 10-26-62 with Company C, Battalion of Engineers. Mustered out at Willetts Point, New York 2-8-67. Died at National Hospital for Disabled Veterans, Danville, Illinois 10-13-1920

Kersey, Amos

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

POW at Winchester. Imprisoned at Belle Isle Virginia. Contracted scurvey. Parolled at Aikens Landing, Virginia 9-13-62. Returned to regiment. Detached service at ordnance telegraph office 3-8-64. Mustered out. Died at Amo, Indiana 7-1923

Lawrence (Larance), George

Madison (Jefferson), 20, s, 5-4, Farmer

Wounded at Antietam. Hospital. Returned to regiment. Veteran Volunteer, transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry, then consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out at hospital in Madison Indiana 6-15-65. Died at National Hospital for Disabled Veterans, Kecoughtan, Virginia 4-20-1922

Lewis, Charles Henry

Putnam County, 22, m, 6-0, Farmer

Wounded at Cedar Mountain. Missing from Cedar Mountain presumed dead. Dropped from rolls but buried Putnam County Indiana Old Bethel Cemetery

Lewis, Gabriel Clay

Putnam County, 19, 6-1, Farmer

Missed Antietam. Hospital nurse 10-24-62. Returned to regiment. Court Martialled 12-62--forfeit $4. Detached service as Provost Marshall guard 10-21-63 to 5-64. Detached service as guard wagon train 5-22-64. Mustered out. Died at Putnam County Indiana. Buried Putnam County Old Bethel Cemetery

Logan, Waller

Putnam County, 20, 5-11, Farmer

Died at Berryville, Virginia 4-1-62 of typhoid fever

Lucas, Reuben

Clay County, 22, 5-11, Farmer

Wounded at Cedar Mountain--gunshot right shoulder. Fairfax Street Branch Mansion House, United States Army General Hospital, Alexandria, Virginia. Hospital Washington, DC. Returned to regiment. Slightly wounded at Gettysburg. Severely wounded at New Hope Church--right shoulder near earlier wound. General Field Hospital, Chattanooga, Tennessee. Cumberland United States Army General Hospital, Nashville, Tennessee. Mustered out 9-12-64. Burial place unknown

Martin, George D

Putnam County, 21, m, 5-7, Farmer

Detached service cattle guard from 11-25-61 to 7-62. Killed at Cedar Mountain

Martin, John M

Putnam County, 18, 6-0, Carpenter

Wounded at Cedar Mountain--gunshot to head. Died at United States Army General Hospital, Alexandria, Virginia, Washington Street Branch, 8-13-62 of wounds: compressio cerebri. Buried at Alexandria National Cemetery

Michael (Michaels, Mickels), William Henry

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

Deserted 3-27-62. Returned to regiment. Discharged at Williamsport Maryland 6-2-62 for disability: imbecility. Later service with 37th Illinois Infantry & 76th Illinois Infantry. Mustered out at Galveston, Texas 3-14-66. Died at Sumner, Illinois 2-27-1932. Buried Sumner

McKinney, Michael

Bloomington (Monroe), 27, 5-11, Farmer

Sent to guard house for 2 days 8-62. Detached service with Best's Battery of Artillery 4-10 to 8-62. Court Martialled 8-63--forfeit $6 for 3 months. Absent without leave 8 to 9-63; Sentenced to guard house 9-2-63; Absent without leave 10-1-63. Veteran Volunteer, transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry, then consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65

McMains, John S (F)

Putnam County, 22, s, 5-4, Farmer

Detached service guard at Convalescent Camp in Alexandria Virginia 11-62. Returned to regiment. Wounded at Chancellorsville--gunshot to right thigh. 12th Corps General Field Hospital, Acquia Creek, Virginia. Died at Acquia Creek 5-20-63 of wounds & pneumonia

Morgan, George

Indianapolis (Marion), 40, 5-8, Farmer

Discharged Hagerstown Maryland 6-30-62 for disability

Morgan, Thomas J

Putnam County, 19, 5-8, Farmer

Court Martialled 6-20-62 absent without leave--forfeit $6.50. Deserted at Gettysburg 7-2-63

Nance, Theodore (Theadore, Thaddeus) M

Edinburg (Johnson), 17, s, 5-6, Farmer

Wounded at Antietam--gunshot to throat affecting trachea, struck collar button driving it down throat. Slightly wounded at Gettysburg--right knee. Detached service as Provost Marshall guard at brigade HQ 7-12-64. Veteran Volunteer, transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry, then consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65. "Thad" died at Tipton Indiana 1-9-1921. Buried at Tipton Fairview Cemetery

Newman (Newmen), Carman (Carmer) A

Hendricks County, 19, 5-9, Farmer

Killed at Antietam--jugular vein severed

Newman, Reuben (Reubin)

Mount Meridian, 22, s, 5-10, Farmer

Detached service Pioneers 4-14-62. POW at Winchester. Imprisoned at Lynchburg Virginia & Libby Prison, Richmond, Virginia. Parolled at Aikens Landing, Virginia 9-13-62. Exchanged. Returned to regiment. Wounded at Antietam. Detached service as Brigade Teamster from 6-6 to 8-63. Wounded at Chancellorsville--head, face & hand. 12th Corps General Field Hospital, Acquia Creek, Virginia. Returned to regiment. Guard house 10-22-63 absent without leave. Veteran Volunteer, transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry, then consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65. Died 6-13-1905

Nicholson (Nichelson), Amos W

Putnam County, 21, m, 5-8, Farmer

POW at Winchester. Parolled 8-30-62. Deserted from Paroll camp at Stafford Court House Virginia 4-10-63

Oliver, Samuel

Promoted Corporal 1-1-62

O'Neal (O'Neil), William H

Putnam County, 19, s, 5-9, Farmer

Detached service as brigade teamster from 4-28 to 8-64. Mustered out. Later service on 10-18-64 as substitute in another regiment. Died at Putnamville, Indiana 6-23-1922

Parson (Parsons), James

Cassville (Howard), 18, s, 5-10, Farmer

Sent touard house for 2 days 10-62. Provost Marshall of guard house 11-23-63. Veteran Volunteer, transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry, then consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65. Died at Scott County, Indiana 11-28-1906

Patrick, John W

Christian County, 20, s, 5-9, Farmer

Absent without leave from 3-28 to 4-30-62. POW at Newtown 5-24-62. Parolled at Aikens Landing 9-13-62, at Camp Banks Virginia 11-17-62, and at United States Army General Hospital, Camp A, Frederick, Maryland. With General Sedgwick's Division 11-20. Returned to regiment 6-63. Court Martialled at Tullahoma Tennessee 1-22-64 for absence without leave 1 day--forfeit $3 for 3 months. Veteran Volunteer. Wounded at New Hope Church--gunshot, lost left forearm. United States Army General Hospital, Chattanooga, Tennessee. No 14 United States Army General Hospital, Nashville, Tennessee. Died of wounds & small pox (not vaccinated) in Nashville 7-8-64. Buried at Nashville

Perry, Marvin

Putnam County, 18, Blacksmith

Detached service cattle guard 11-20-61 to 9-62; Transferred United States Army 10-22-62 Battery F 4th US Artillery; Mustered out Nashville Tennessee 8-15-64; D 7-7-1902

Perry, Sylvester Warren

Putnam County, 20, s, 5-10, Blacksmith

Regimental blacksmith. Detached service as cattle guard from 11-25-61 to 2-62. Detached service as blacksmith from 11-25 to 12-25-62. Wounded at Chancellorsville 5-2-63--shell to left thigh. 1st Division/12th Corps General Field Hospital, Acquia Creek, Virginia. Armory Square United States Army General Hospital, Washington, DC. United States Army General Hospital No 5 & Barracks No 1. United States Army General Hospital, New Albany, Indiana. Returned to regiment 4-64. Later readmitted to Cumberland United States Army General Hospital, Nashville, Tennessee & Totten United States Army General Hospital, Louisville, Kentucky for Chancellorsville wound complications 5-64. Mustered out Indianapolis, Indiana 9-17-64. "Warren" died 12-19-86

Pickens, Samuel

Putnam County, 20, 5-10, Farmer

Missed Chancellorsville & Gettysburg--sick in hospital. Died at Jefferson United States Army General Hospital, Jeffersonville, Indiana 7-22-64 from chronic diarrhea. Buried New Albany Indiana

Philips (Phillips), David

Putnam County, 40, m, 6-0, Farmer

Sent to guard house 2 days 10-63. Detached service as guard for baggage to Chattanooga, Tennessee from 4-28 to 5-64. Missed Atlanta--sick in hospital. Mustered out. Died at Clay General Hospital, Louisville Kentucky 10-16-64 of chronic diarrhea & phthisis. Last member to die before regimental consolidation with 70th Indiana

Riley, Daniel

Putnam County, 18, 6-0, Farmer

Severely wounded at Cedar Mountain--gunshot to both thighs. United States Army General Hospital, Mansion House, Alexandria, Virginia. Discharged at Alexandria 12-5-62 for wounds & 2 attacks erysipelas & lung hemorraging; "Dan" died at Cloverdale, Indiana 4-14-63. Buried Putnamville, Indiana, Putnamville Cemetery

Scott, John (Jacob)

Greencastle, 21, m, 6-0, Farmer

Wounded at Antietam--gunshot neck. Hospital at Boonsboro, Maryland. South Street United States Army General Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Arrested 1-12-63, absent without leave. Detached service as brigade teamster from 3-16 to 11-19-63. Arrested 1-15-64 for leaving guard post. Deserted at Fort Rosecrans, Tennessee 7-28-64. Veteran Volunteer, transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry, then consolidated with 33rd Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 7-21-65. Died in Indiana 6-6-1911 but buried at Bellesville, Illinois

Sellers, Joseph B

Reduced to ranks from Sergeant 3-28-62

Smith, George B

Putnam County, 19, 5-10, Farmer

POW in 62. Parolled on 8-30-62 but never returned. Deserted from paroll at Camp Stafford Court House 4-12-63. Died in Colorado in 1871

Smith, Joseph W

Putnam County, 18, 5-10, Farmer

Wounded at Antietam. United States Army General Hospital, York, Pennsylvania. Returned to regiment 2-63. Killed at Chancellorsville--musket ball

Stevens, James

Putnam County, 31, 6-0, Farmer

Transferred yo Veterans' Reserve Corps, Baltimore, Maryland 1-15-64 after sickness at Camden Street United States Army General Hospital, Baltimore since 2-24-62. Died at Hendricks County, Indiana

Stewart (Stuart), Aaron S

Promoted to Corporal 3-18-63

Stone, Lewis P

Promoted to Corporal 7-1-62

Storm (Storms), William Harvey

Putnam County, 20, s, 5-11, Farmer

Wounded at Cedar Mountain--gunshot to left hand & thumb. United States Army General Hospital, Alexandria, Virginia, Fairfax Street Branch. United States Army General Hospital, Portsmouth Grove, Rhode Island. Returned to regiment 1-13-63. Discharged at Convalescent Camp, Alexandria 2-18-63 for disability: wounds, commencing tuberculosis. Later service with 43rd Indiana Infantry. Died at Ulysses Grant County, Kansas 3-24-89. Buried at Ulysses Grant County

Swartz, Abraham A

Putnam County, 18, 5-9, Farmer

Killed at Cedar Mountain. Buried at Putnamville, Indiana, Putnamville Cemetery

Swartz, Ezra K

Putnam County, 23, s, 5-8, Farmer

Missed Antietam, sick in hospital. Discharged at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 11-27-62 for disability: mitral segurgitation. "Kemp" died at Mayetta, Kansas 6-20-1911

Thomas, Henry Bacon

Putnam County, 22, s, 5-7, Farmer

Died at regimental hospital Maryland Heights, Maryland 9-28-62 of disease: congestion of lungs

Tuggall (Tuggle), David W

Putnam County, 22, 5-10, Farmer

Killed at Cedar Mountain--gunshot to head

Tuggall (Tuggle), Martin C

Promoted to Corporal 1-15-62

Turner, Samuel

Reduced to ranks from Corporal 1-15-62

Varner, Jacob

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

Transferred to United States Army 10-26-62 with Company C, Battalion of Engineers. Later service 13th Indiana Cavalry & 16th Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 11-18-65. Only member of regiment to serve in 4 Union Army units. "Jake" died at Saline City, Indiana 4-10-81

Wilson, David A

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

Wounded--accidental gunshot left hand Hazel Bridge Virginia 7-15-62 while stacking arms. Hospital Warrenton, Virginia. Fairfax Seminary United States Army General Hospital, Alexandria, Virginia. United States Army General Hospital, Newark New Jersey. Returned to regiment 10-23-62. Transferred United States Army 10-28-62 with Battery G, 5th US Artillery. Later service with 57th Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 6-16-65. Died at National Hospital for Disabled Veterans, Los Angeles California 5-17-1922. Buried Los Angeles National Cemetery

Yonger (Younger), Jesse

Promoted Corporal 7-5-62

RECRUITS (PRIVATES)

Bradshaw, James R (B)

Halifax Court House (Virginia), 26, 5-11, Engineer

Mustered in 7-21-62. Slightly wounded at Chancellorsville--left knee. 12th Corps General Field Hospital Acquia Creek Virginia. Hospital Washington DC. Mower United States Army General Hospital, Chestnut Hill, West Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Returned to regiment. Detached service as Provost Marshall in Philadelphia from 6-28-63 to 5-64. Killed at Peach Tree Creek--gunshot. Buried Marietta Georgia National Cemetery. Grave is incorrect in register as 6891. Correct grave is 6831.

Faith, Robert W (R)

Daviess County, 28, m, 5-9, Farmer

Mustered in 8-21-62. Wounded at Antietam. Died 9-18-62 of wounds. Member died 1 month after mustered in. Brother of Thomas C Faith Company I

Faith, Thomas C

Daviess County, 26, m, 5-9, Farmer

Mustered in 9-1-62. Transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry. Mustered out 6-8-65. Member saw battle 16 days after joining regiment, 10 days after his brother, Robert W Faith of Company I. Died at Daviess County, Indiana 4-21-83

Keck, Alfred Austin

Martin County, 27, m, 6-1, Farmer

Mustered in 9-1-62. Wounded at Antietam--arm. No 1 United States Army General Hospital, Frederick, Maryland. United States Army General Hospital, Chester, Pennsylvania. Returned to regiment 12-62. Wounded at Atlanta 8-4-64--gunshot on picket, fractured lower left arm, gangrene tissue destruction, stiff elbow joint. 1st Division/20th Corps General Field Hospital, Vinings Station Georgia. United States Army General Hospital Chattanooga, Tennessee. United States Army General Hospital No 8, Nashville Tennessee, Jefferson United States Army General Hospital Jeffersonville, Tennessee. United States Army General Hospital Madison Indiana. Transferred to 70th Indiana Infantry. Discharged at Indianapolis Indiana 3-3-65 for wounds. Member saw battle 16 days after joining regiment. "Alf" died at Moore, Oklahoma 2-18-1910. Buried at Yates Center, Kansas

Kutch (Keitch), Manfort (Manford, Muford)

Daviess County, 19, s, 5-10, Farmer

Mustered in 9-21-62. Killed at New Hope Church--gunshot

Maryfield (Marryfield), Gabriel

Jackson County, 21, 6-3, Farmer

Mustered in 8-21-62. Discharged at 1st Division United States Army General Hospital, Alexandria, Virginia, Wolfe Street Branch 9-18-63 after 5 months sick in hospital, for disability: hereditary phthisis & diarrhea. "Gabe" died in 1863. Buried at Burns City Indiana Cemetery

McDonald, David B

Mustered in 8-27-62. Promoted to Corporal 11-1-62

Thomson (Thompson), William

Preble County (Ohio), 31, 5-10, School Teacher

Mustered in 8-8-62. Wounded at Antietam--gunshot to left thigh. White House Field Hospital, Antietam, Maryland. No 4 United States Army General Hospital & United States Army General Hospital Camp B, Frederick, Maryland. United States Army General Hospital, McKim's Mansion, Baltimore, Maryland. Discharged at Baltimore, 4-10-63 of wounds. Died 5-6-93. Buried Huron, Indiana

Williams, Berry

Clay County (Illinois), 22, m, 5-10, Farmer

Mustered in 8-11-62. Discharged at Patent Office United States Army General Hospital, Washington, DC, 11-13-62 for disability: chronic splenitis with excessive hypertrophy. Died at Daviess County, Indiana spring of 1863

 

* For regimental totals: Chapin, George Tarvin is counted with Company I; McKaskay, John K & Williams, Josiah Clinton with Company C; McCormick, Samuel Phillip with Field & Staff

 

COMPANY I

FINAL DISPOSITION OF MEMBERS DURING SERVICE WITH 27TH INDIANA

Killed in Action (12): Bradshaw, James R; Chapin, George Tarvin*; Devoraux, Thomas; Good, Robert S; Kutch, Manfort; McDonald, David B; Martin, George D; Newman, Carman A; Reed, George Whitfield; Smith, Joseph W; Swartz, Abraham A; Tuggall, David W

Died of (Mortal) Wounds (11): Asher, Hamilton; Beard, John P (POW); Delahunt, William; Dodson, Thomas J; Faith, Robert W; Gilmore, Joseph L; Hunt, Ira; Lewis, Charles Henry; McMains, John S; Martin, John M; Patrick, John W

Died of Disease/Sickness (8): Alexander, Cyrus; Douglas, William L; Grimes, James A; Harris, Marion; Hussey, John; Logan, Waller; Pickens, Samuel; Thomas, Henry Bacon

Transferred to United States Army (9): Infantry -- Nosler, James Franklin; Artillery -- Conklin, John A; Perry, Marvin; Wilson, David A; Engineers -- Clark, Anson H; Kendal, Charles W; Turner, Samuel William; Varner, Jacob; Navy -- Davis, Elijah C

Discharged (29): Adams, Isaac; Adams, John Quincy; Alexander, William K; Brown, Charles C; Butcher, Samuel M; Clark, Edward W; Clapsaddle, John B; Cowgil, Israel G; Crawley, Lorenzo D; Dieher, Lewis W; Frogget, Francis M; Hadden, Abraham; Hadden, Isaac; Hadden, John C; Hall, James M; Hester, John William; Keck, Alfred A; McCormick, Samuel Phillip *; McKaskay, John K *; Maryfield, Gabriel; Michael, William Henry; Morgan, George; Nance, Tighlman Howard; Riley, Daniel; Storm, William Harvey; Swartz, Ezra K; Thomson, William; Williams, Berry; Yonger, Jesse

Resigned (3): Holloway, William H; McGrew, Joel W; Williams, Josiah C*

Transferred to Veterans Reserve Corps (4): Heath, John C (later transferred back to 27th); Hixon, John; Oliver, Samuel; Stevens, James

Veterans (1) Transferred to 70th Indiana (10): Hall, William R; Hazlewood, Lee S; Howard, John; Lawrence George; McKinney, Michael; Nance, Theodore M; Newman, Reuben; Parson, James; Scott, John; Stone, Lewis P

Recruits Transferred to 70th Indiana (2): Faith, Thomas C; Keck, Alfred C.

Mustered Out with Regiment (17): Alley, Lee H; Beck, Daniel; Eakin, Henry; Ferguson, William Bunting; Frazier, George W; Gilmore, John L; Heath, John C (Indianapolis); Kersey, Amos; Lewis, Gabriel C; Lucas, Reuben; O'Neal, William H; Perry, Syvester Warren (Indianapolis); Phillips, David; Sellers, Joseph B (Indianapolis); Steers, James; Tuggall, Martin C; Wright, Tighlman A

Not Mustered Out with Regiment (in hospital or otherwise), Mustered out Later (2): Beck, Michael (Indianapolis); Stewart, Aaron S (Indianapolis)

Deserted (8): Culbertson, William J; Jones, Jonathan; Jones, Joseph L; Michael, William Henry (returned); Morgan, Thomas; Nicholson, Amos W; Smith, George B; Steers, James (returned)

Wounded in Action, not mortally (39 for 50 times): Adams, John Quincy; Alley, Lee H; Beck, Michael; Bradshaw, James R; Chapin, George Tarvin; Clapsaddle, John B; Dieher, Lewis W; Douglas, William L; Eakin, Henry; Gilmore, John L; Hadden, Isaac; Hall, James M; Hazlewood, Lee S (3 engagements); Hixon, John; Holloway, William H; Howard, John (2 battles); Hunt, Ira; Keck, Alfred A; Lawrence, George; Lucas, Reuben (3 battles); McKaskay, John K* (2 battles); Nance, Theodore M (2 battles); Nance, Tighlman Howard; Newman, Reuben (2 battles); Nosler, James Franklin; Sellers, Joseph B (2 battles); Patrick, John W; Perry, Sylvester Warren; Riley, Daniel; Scott, John; Smith, Joseph W; Steers, James; Stewart, Aaron S; Stone, Lewis P; Storm, William Harvey; Thomson, William; Williams, Josiah Clinton* (3 battles); Wilson, David A; Yonger, Jesse

Prisoners of War (12 for 13 times): Alley, Lee H; Brown, Charles C; Clark, Anson H; Ferguson, William Bunting; Kersey, Amos; McKaskay, John K; Newman, Reuben; Nicholson, Amos W; Patrick, John W; Smith, George B; Stewart, Aaron S; Steers, James (2 times)

Injured (7): Alexander, William K; Ferguson, William Bunting; Frazier, George W; Hadden, John C; Haddon, Isaac; Hester, John William; McGrew, Joel W

Number of Men Who were Casualties: 64 (4-60)

Present Throughout (2): Frazier, George W; Tuggall, Martin C

Prior Civil War Service (1): Nance, Tighlman Howard

Later Service with Another Unit (9): Adams, John Quincy; Butcher, Samuel M; Davis, Elijah C; Dieher, Lewis W; Michael, William Henry; Nance, Tighlman Howard; Storm, William Harvey; Varner, Jacob; Wilson, David A

NUMBERS AND STATISTICS

Original Members: Officers = 3

Enlisted = 99

Total 102

Recruits = 9

Total Members = 111

 

Members in Each Rank: Officers = 7; Non-Commissioned Officers = 35; Other Enlisted 99

Total = 141

Marital Status (Verified): Married = 15; Single = 49

Average Height: Overall = 5-9.3 (69.3") (105)

Median = 5-9.2 (69.2")

Average Age: Overall 21.9 years (109)

Officers = 27.4 years

Enlisted = 21.5 years

Median = 20.6 years

Occupations:

Manual Labor = 99

Transportation = 0

Artisan = 5

Farmer = 99

Wagon Maker = 1

Professional = 2

Mechanic = 1

White Collar = 1

School Teacher = 1

Blacksmith = 2

Merchant = 1

Engineer = 1

Carpenter = 1

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