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Death of Captain Charles H. Bruce

Captain Charles H. Bruce (Ladoga, IN.), company K, 58th Indiana Infantry

Charles H. Bruce was a resident of Clark Twp., Montgomery County, Indiana. According to the 1860 Census, he was the oldest child living at home, and worked on his widowed mothers farm. 545 more words

Montgomery County Indiana Civil War

Captain William P. Herron

 History of Montgomery County, Indiana. Indianapolis: AW Bowen, 1913, pp. 1201-1204.

CAPT. WILLIAM P. HERRON. In a brief sketch of any living citizen it is difficult to do him exact and impartial justice, not so much, however, for lack of space or words to set forth the familiar and passing events of his personal history, as for want of the perfect and well rounded conception of his whole life, which grows, develops and ripens, like fruit, to disclose its true and best flavor only when it is mellowed by time. 1,084 more words

Montgomery County Indiana Civil War

Wilbur Stevenson, Company D

“HISTORY OE THE TENTH INDIANA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY ”

Wilbur F. Stevenson.

Mr. Stevenson was born in Scott County, Kentucky, November 12, 1842. Parents, Evan Stevenson and Lydia Boggs Stevenson. 225 more words

10th Indiana Infantry

Capt. Thomas A. Cobb, Company A

“HISTORY OF THE TENTH INDIANA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY ”

Captain Thomas A. Cobb.

Grave of Capt. Cobb, Mounts Runn Baptist Cemetery, Whitestown, Ind.

Thomas A. Cobb was born in Harrison County, Ohio, on… 455 more words

Chickamauga

Ambrose Remley, 72nd Indiana Infantry (Wilder's Brigade)

Image of Ambrose Remley. He kept a detailed wartime diary that was printed into a book several years back.by the ‘Montgomery County Historical Society Inc.’ 215 more words

Chickamauga

Martin V. Wert, Company B

“HISTORY OF THE TENTH INDIANA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY”

Martin V. Wert, Company B.

Martin V. Wert was born in Fountain County, Indiana,
July 17, 1841, his parents being Henry and Isabelle Wert. 861 more words

10th Indiana Infantry

Bardwells, Elseys and A Civil War tragedy

Jens Post

When I was young my mother often talked about Mattie Elsey, an ancestor mentioned in a family bible. Family legend said that She was Irish and maybe came over in the potato famine. 773 more words

Bardwell