|Death: ||May 30, 1864|
Cpl. 42nd Indiana Co H. 1st Brigade, 1st Division, 14th Army Corps.
He was the oldest son of Peter Bolin and Elizabeth Jane Persinger Bolin of Dubois County, Indiana. He was born in Perry County, Indiana in 1842. He enlisted on September 30, 1861 at Evansville, Indiana to serve in Co. H. 42nd Indiana Infantry Regiment and was with that regiment until his death in the battle at Punkinvine Creek, Georgia on May 30, 1864. His company commander was Captain W. W. Milner.
-this information from his great-niece
Orig. bur. New Hope Church Battlefield.
"28th [May]... we took position on the extreme left of the army and erected breast-works, and while establishing the picket-line a brisk skirmish took place in which 1 man was wounded. On the 29th, 30th, and 31st skirmishing still continued, the enemy's lines in my front being less than thirty paces distant from my own. The loss of the regiment on these three days was 3 killed [Bolin, Hoffman, and Wallam] and 11 wounded. June 1 and 2, both day and night, the regiment was under fire, losing 1 officer wounded."
-No. 94. Report of Lieut. Col. William T. B. McIntire, Forty-second Indiana Infantry.
BURIED AT: SECTION C SITE 1884
Marietta National Cemetery
Created by: Janet
Record added: May 17, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 26902312
Thank you for your service Corporal Bolin|
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