|Brenda Legate (#46579761)|
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I'm an avid family history researcher, and love tromping through old cemeteries, whether I know anyone in them or not. I've gotten my husband addicted to doing it, and now my children follow me around and "help" by pointing out letters of the alphabet that they recognize or interesting features on the stones!|
I'm searching for any and all members of the 91st Indiana Infantry, a Civil War regiment formed in Evansville, Indiana. (See my Virtual Cemetery!) If you have any information to add/contribute about any of the men, please let me know, and I'll be glad to add it.
I've also been gathering members of our local G.A.R. posts, former slaves, and whatever else catches my eye. Most, but probably not all, of these entries will be in the area of Vanderburgh County, Indiana. If you'd like to add to my list, I'd love to hear from you!
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|Debra Davis||Edward Krick #23445566|
Edward is my GGGrandfather. Would you link him to his father, Henry Krick, #132193617.
My ggg grandfather, Joseph Ferguson, was in Company B, 91st Indiana. Per chance do you have a copy of the Holder diary? I'd like to obtain a copy as he was in the same company, in the same places experiencing the same things. He was wounded around Atlanta but the witness statements in his pension give conflicting dates.
Added by pg1862 on Mar 24, 2015 7:02 PM
|PraterKin||Anne B Brown|
Find A Grave Memorial# 7931655
Believe she is buried with her BROTHER John H Brown. Link has them as spouses.
|Judi McGarvey||Mary Frances Murphy|
I am interested in the information posted on the memorial page for Mary Frances Poore Murphy, #16585605, that Edna Poore was her stepsister. The page states that this info comes from the obit card for Mary Frances. Do you have a copy of this source? Frances Murphy was my 1st cousin once removed and I have never heard that she was a step child. Her parents -- Sylvanus Poore and Lavonia Proudfit married fairly young, on March 27 1906, and Edna was born on June 21, 1907. The 1910 census lists this marriage as the first marriage for both Van and Vonie. If you have any information about this, I would be very interested. Thank you. -- judi mcg
Brenda, thanks so much for what you are doing to get these monuments posted here. However, when I came upon this site looking for my great, great grandfather, Daniel J. McLaughlin, I noticed that the picture posted on his page is incorrect. The engraving on the monument looks like "Daniel F. McLaughlin born Apr 25, 1841." My Daniel's middle initial was J. and he was born Apr 28, 1939. He died on May 17, 1935 at age 96. I also noticed on one of the other pictures that the other marker says he was in the 31 Indiana Infantry, while my Daniel was in the 23rd Indiana Infantry, the famous "Flying Corps" commanded by Colonel Derringer. He was also with Sherman on his famous "March to the Sea." I'm going to go to the cemetery myself and try to find out what's
Reference G. G. Swick (Indiana Soldiers Home)
I cannot find a record for this burial in the ISH index card files. Would you please give me more background information to validate burial and locate grave.
Roy Livingston (#47303398)
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|Beverly Santos||Simeon Carrier|
Photo on find a grave Oakhill Cemetery in Evansville b. jan 1833 d. 1919 was in the Kentucky 48th Infantry Registry, Co A enlisted Oct 26 1883 mustered out 16 Dec 1864 at Bowling Green. Enlisted at Princeton, Kentucky
I am trying to get a photo of the gravestone to add to my ancestry tree. Someone took the picture but I am not sure who. Any help I can get would be appreciated, thanks Beverly
|Stephen Bauer||Listing Farragut Post 27, Evansville, Indiana|
Gottlieb Frederick Bauer of Evansville Indiana who was a member of Farragut Post 27, Evansville, Indiana, died on August 24, 1903. Gottlieb was buried in Dayton National Cemetery Section N Row 22 Site 33, Va Medical Center - 4100 West Third Street, Dayton, Oh.
Add this to your Farragut Post 27, listings.
Stephen B Bauer
|Celese Moore Dodge||David Oliver|
In my records at Ancestry, David Oliver was born August 20, 1840. Thought you would like his birth date.
|Jeff A||William M. Goad|
Hi. My 2nd Great Grandfather was a private in the 91st under Lt Col John Mehringer and Capt William Bogan, and served from August 1862 until June 1865 at the end of the war. I have a military record from military archives showing the battles he was involved in.
His brother Andrew J., who served in Company "I", 25th Indiana Infantry, was wounded at the Battle of Shiloh and died at St Louis, MO; and another brother, George L., also served in Company "B", 91st Indiana, and was Wagon-master of the Regiment.
I have a photo from Findagrave of his headstone. He and his wife Amanda are buried in the Montrose Cemetery in Greenville, Illinois. I'd love to have you add him to the roster.
"On October 10th, 1862, the battalion moved to Henderson, KY, from where detachments were sent to Madisonville and Smithfield where they remained protecting that portion of the country from guerrilla raids, and performing guard duty. On June 15th, the detachments joined the Regiment, and marched to Russellville, thence to Bowling Green and Burkesville, in pursuit of the rebel General John H. Morgan and his raiders, but being unable to overtake the fleet-footed horses of the raiders, the pursuit was abandoned, and the command moved to Camp Nelson, KY; thence to Somerset and Pt. Isabel, OH, and went into winter quarters. In Sept 1863, the full compliment of the Regiment was filled, and LT Col. Mehringer was promoted to Colonel. It was later assigned to 1st Brigade, 2nd Div., 23rd Corps, Dept of the Ohio, and during its service, participating in the following engagements, viz: The Atlanta Campaign, including battles at Kenesaw Mountain, Lost Mountain, Dallas, or New Hope Church, Chattahoochie River, Decatur, Peach Tree Creek, Siege of Atlanta, Jonesboro, Lovejoy Station, GA; after which moved to TN and took part in the Battles of Franklin and Nashville. From Nashville, moved to Clifton, TN by rail to Washington, DC, where the command arrived January 28th 1865. From there, moved by steamers to N. Carolina and assisted in the capture of Ft. Fisher, NC, marching thence to Goldsboro, Raleigh, and Salisbury, NC, where it remained until mustered out of service."
Added by Jeff A on Nov 17, 2013 6:47 PM
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