Our Family and the Civil War


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If you know of any other ancestors that should be listed on this page,
please submit the information to me.

BALDWIN, Hillard G c1838-6/151863; s/o Thomas Baldwin & Alice Stone - Alexanderia (Madison), 23, m, 5-6, Farmer - mustered 7/28/1862. Wounded at Chancellorsville - gunshot left leg & thigh broken. POW at Chancellorsville. Paroled US Ford VA 5/15/1863. 1st Div 12th Corps General Field Hospital Acquia Creek, vA Armory Square US Army General Hospital, Washington, DC. Died Washington 6/15/1863 of wounds. Buried Washington Military Asssembly Cem.

BINGHAM, Edmond F III c1833-7/21/1865; s/o Frederic Bingham & Obedience Farmer Powell - Civil war, died Haynes Bluff, Warren Co, MS, Co C 97th Vol IN Inf

GREGORY, John/Jonathan S c1842-c1862; s/o Robert S Gregory & Zylphia Morning Hill - Private, Co G; Residence: Daviess Co; Mustered 10/10/1861, Discharged 7/8/1863; died 7/9/1863; Murfreesboro, Tenn - Union Soldier

ZIGLER, Aaron N c1829-12/7/1899; Pvt, Co F, 144 Rgmt, IN Inf - Enrolled 1/17/l865 at Jeffersonville, IN - mustered out 8/5/l865 at Stevenson, VA. Applied at Redcloud, IN for Pension 3/l9/l898, Certificate #895,980 - 11/4/l899 awarded pension of $l2.

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The Boys in Blue

Useful Civil War Sites

The 42nd IN At the Battle of Perryville
The American Civil War Homepage
American Civil War Research Database
Civil War Prison Camps
Civil War Prisoner Index
Civil War Soldier Databases
Confederate Buff
The Confederate Network
Indiana in the Civil War
National Park Service, Civil War Soldiers & Sailors System
Researching An Indiana Soldier
Union Army Regimental History Index
The United Daughters of the Confederacy

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