Category Archives: 63rd Indiana Infantry

Stiles’ Brigade, Reilly’s Division, serving with
112th Illinois
63rd Indiana
120th Indiana
128th Indiana
Battery D, 1st Ohio Light (at Fort Granger)

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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Thomas Ship, Co C, 63rd Indiana Infantry

My great grandfather, Thomas Ship was with the 63rd Indiana Volunteers, Company C…mustered out a Corporal on May 3 1865. His brother, Emanuel, died in Knoxville April 2nd of I believe 1864. Tim Shipp Asst. Head Football Coach Offensive Line … Continue reading

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Issac C. Clark of the 63rd Indiana Vols

I had two g.g.grandfathers who were in the Battle of Franklin. Issac C. Clark of the 63rd Indiana Vols. and Jacob Barrett of the 9th Indiana Vols. Also many g.g. uncles in this battle. I have Issac Clark’s diary which … Continue reading

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Addison Lee Ewing, Company C, 63rd Indiana Infantry

Addison Lee Ewing was from Haubstat, Indiana and enlisted on 5/1/62, mustering in to Company C of the 63rd Indiana Infantry with the rank of 1st Sergeant. He resigned on 4/6/65 due to disability. During his service he saw three promotions: 2nd Lt on 10/2/86, … Continue reading

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