Category Archives: Indiana Regiments

Anthony Lee Davis Scott (A.L.D. Scott), 128th Indiana Infantry

My third Great-grandfather fought with 128th Indiana Name: Anthony Lee Davis Scott (A.L.D. Scott) Unit: 128th Indiana Inf. company A Rank: 1st lieutenant Unfortunately I don’t have much personal info on A.L.D. He survived the war and was mustered out … Continue reading

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George Garner, Jr. 11th Indiana Cav

George Garner, Jr. is my great-grandfather. He was born and died in Wabash, Indiana. His date of birth is 8/17/1844 and his death is 2/20/1923. I don’t have any pictures of him, but would love a picture even within a … Continue reading

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Capt Volney Hobson, Co E, 9th Indiana Cavalry

I have a relative, Capt Volney Hobson Co E 9th Infantry KIA at Franklin. Buried in Ind. Supposedly killed near Railroad trestle on Liberty Pike Mike Hennigan mhennigan@insight.com _________________________ Note: He was killed 12/17/1864, on Hood’s Retreat. He enlisted 7/10/63 … Continue reading

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Beckwith Rogers, 63rd Indiana Infantry

Found your Battle of Franklin site from a link on the ‘Dead Confederates’ blog.  I am a direct descendant of a Union soldier who fought at the battle. You’ve done a really nice job with this site. Mike Rogers, Zionsville, IN 1. Full … Continue reading

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Erastus Denman Branson, Co A, 57th Indiana Infantry

Erastus Denman Branson (my G.G.Grandfather) Private, 57th Indiana Infantry, Company “A” Born: March10, 1840 near Mansfield, Jackson Township, Parke County, Indiana Married: Margaret Elizabeth Singleton, December 20, 1860 Children: William Newton Branson b: 1861 d; abt 1920 (my G.Grandfather) Alvira Elizabeth Branson … Continue reading

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Lewis Sippy, private Co.B 40th Indiana Infantry, Lanes Brigade, Wagners’ Division, 4th Army Corp

Lewis Sippy, private Co.B 40th Indiana Infantry, Lanes Brigade, Wagners’ Division, 4th Army Corp. Enlisted 11/61 Lafayette, Ind. Fought at Shiloh, Perryville, Stones River, Tullahoma campaign, Missionary Ridge, he and the 40th reenlisted as a veteran regiment 1/64. He was wounded … Continue reading

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David Duguid, Company K, 129th Indiana Infantry

My great grandfather, David Duguid was in Co. K, 129th Indiana Infantry. He moved to Southern Illinois after the war and died in 1919. He is buried in Oakdale, IL. Submitted by Paul Kroener

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