6 edition of Hancock County, Indiana, Civil War soldiers, plus related facts found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 525-526) index.
|Statement||by Sue Baker.|
|Genre||Registers., Biography., Genealogy.|
|LC Classifications||F532.H3 B34 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 544 p. :|
|Number of Pages||544|
|LC Control Number||2002727061|
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The purpose of this volume is to document as many soldiers as possible who resided in Hancock County, Indiana, before, during or after the Civil War. “Hancock County, Indiana, Civil War Soldiers Plus Related Facts” by Sue Baker, “Hancock County, Indiana, Court Records: Will Indexes,Probate Indexes,Births-Court Recorded, ″ by Sue Baker, “Hancock County Indiana: A Pictorial History” by Rosalie Richardson and Larry Fox, Hardcover from Guild Press of Indiana Special Order.
Hancock County, Indiana: Civil War Soldiers Plus Related Facts by Sue Baker Book Description: The purpose of this volume is to document as many soldiers as possible who resided in Hancock Co., IN, before, during or after the Civil War. More than names have been compiled from primary.
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Amazon Price New from Used from Author: Sue Baker. Civil War. The Civil War was the single greatest conflict in America’s history and involved hundreds of thousands of soldiers in both the north and the south.
More thanmen served from the state of Indiana, and Indianapolis became a major staging center for the training and organization of troops. The soldiers from Hancock county were, in the main, kept in the western theater of the war during the early part of the struggle.
Many were in Arkansas, Missouri, with Grant along the Mississippi, with Thomas, Rose-crans and Buell, in Kentucky and Tennessee, and a very large number were with Sherman on his famous march to the sea. : North Carolina Slaves and Free Persons of Color: Chowan County, Volume One (): Byrd III, Sue: BooksPrice: $ The Indiana State Library is always pleased to receive additional Indiana-related donations to the Manuscript or Photograph collections.
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Civil War Companies Organized in Hancock County, Illinois 3, Served. Cavalry. 2nd Regiment-- Companies G, L ; 12th Regiment--Company G; Infantry. 14th (Reorganized. Free 2-day shipping. Buy Hancock County, Indiana, Civil War Soldiers Plus Related Facts at Broadway Findlay, Ohio Back to top.
The following names are a partial list of soldiers who were in the Civil War Records found at the Hancock County Recorder's Office. More will be added later as I. All Civil War battles in Indiana.
They are in the order in which they occurred during the Civil War. Civil War Battles in Indiana Corydon Other Names: None Location: Harrison Campaign: Morgan's Raid in Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio (July ) Date(s): July 9, During the four year Civil War, Indiana contributed somemen to the United States Army, an additional 1, served in the Navy and Marines, and the state furnished 1, colored troops to the Union Army, according to Dyer, A Compendium of the War of the Rebellion ().
Indiana soldiers suffered the following casualties while serving. Hancock County, Indiana, court records: Will indexes, ; probate indexes, ; births - court recorded, by Sue Baker Format: Paperback.The Battle of Hancock, also called the Romney Campaign, was a battle fought during the Romney Expedition, occurred January 5–6,in Washington County, Maryland, and Morgan County, West Virginia, as part of Maj.
Gen. Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson's operations against the Baltimore and Ohio (B&O) Railroad during the American Civil War. On January 1,Location: Washington County, Maryland /. The Friends of the Indiana State Archives volunteers have been hard at work for more than twenty years creating indexes to many of the state’s records.
Since before statehood inIndiana, the Crossroads of America, has been home to thousands of settlers and immigrants.