Category Archives: Stiles’ Brigade

3rd Brigade
Col Israel N. Stiles
(K-11, W-51, M-21 =83)
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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Pvt John Carpenter, Company K, 120th Indiana Infantry

Pvt. John Carpenter, 120th Indiana, Company K. We have copies of his service record and pension paperwork. He was present at the battle of Franklin. The only funny notation was in March and April of ’65; “Stoppage of pay for … Continue reading

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Andrew Jackson Layfeyette, Company G, 112th Illinois Infantry

hello, my geat great grandfather, pvt. andrew jackson layfeyette ill served in company g 112th ill. undermaj. tristram t. dow 3rd brigade col israel stiles, 3rd div. brig. gen cox XXIII corps maj. gen schfield at the battle of franklin. … 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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Charles Conrad Becker, Company H, 128th Indiana Infantry

Charles Conrad Becker served with the 128th Indiana Infantry from 1864 until 1866.  He fought with his regiment during the battles of Franklin and Nashville.  He was fortunate enough to survive both and live through the end of the war. ——— Charles … Continue reading

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Thomas Jefferson “T.J.” Williams, Company D, 120th Indiana Infantry

My wife’s 2 GG grand father was Pvt. T.J. Williams of the 120th Indiana Infantry, Company D. He was from Gibson County, Indiana. He had two brothers that served in the war, and over 40 first cousins. His records show that … Continue reading

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Richard W. Hastings, Company F, 120th Indiana Infantry

MMy Great Great Grandfather, Richard Whitfield Hastings, was mustered into Company “F” of the 120th Regiment Indiana Infantry on January 21st, 1864. This took place at Camp Knox, near Vincennes, Indiana. He was 27 years old at the time with … Continue reading

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Francis George Lee, Company B, 120th Indiana Infantry

Francis George Lee (went by George Lee) In particular, it appears that Francis George Lee was injured on March 10, 1865 (apparently at Wise’s Forks), and subsequently died from these injuries. Submitted by Jim Perkins perkins@engc.bu.edu CWD states: Residence Darlington IN; 19 years old. … Continue reading

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