Allen (added 9/2/11)
Richard Gottlieb Foss, Private, Co. A, 16th
Pennsylvania Cavalry (12/4/1844 - 1/21/1945). He is buried in the
Lindenwood Cemetery, Fort Wayne, Allen County Indiana. See
his two undated obituaries here and his Find-a-Grave
Lt. John Townsend Young was reported, at the time of his death, to have
been the last surviving Allen County Civil War veteran. See: The
Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center Page and Lt.
Young's Find-a-Grave page
Andrew Jackson Hunter, Private/Sergeant, Co. G,
Sixth Indiana, also Co. D, 67th Indiana, and Co. H, 145th Indiana
(4/12/1845 - 4/29/1941). He is buried in the Newbern Cemetery,
Clifty Township, Bartholomew County Indiana (See: http://www.rootsweb.com/~inbhsuv/bartholomewlsoldier.htm).
Joseph Holmes, Co. F, 12th Indiana Volunteer
Infantry(?) (1/3/1847 - 2/25/1938). Buried in the Old
Cemetery, Thorntown, Boone County Indiana (Click
Here for Bio courtesy of Mary Blair Immel, and Click
Here for more information). Note: Joseph Holmes is probably
not the Last Soldier of Boone County. The Indianapolis Times, January 05, 1949 states that William Evans Whitnghill, was the second
to the last Civil War Veteran to die. See Times, 01-05-1949 Page 11, Column 3.
George W. Beck, Private, Co. M, 1st Indiana
Cavalry (10/23/1841 - 2/10/1942). Buried in the Burlington
Cemetery, Burlington, IN. Click
Here to see a picture of his grave stone and Click
Here to see a close up picture of the Last Soldier plaque. Click
Here to see a copy of an article that appeared in the Carroll County
Comet Newspaper, October 15th, 2008.
Cass (added 1/16/10)
William A. Ziegler, Corporal, Co. E, 19th Ohio
Volunteer Infantry (8/17/1846 - 3/12/1942). Buried in Mt. Hop
Cemetery, Logansport, Cass County Indiana. Click
Here to see his newspaper obituary and picture, and Click
Here for more grave pictures, and Click
Here for his Find-a-Grave listing.
Cyrus Clark, Sergeant, Co. C, 10th Indiana Volunteer
Infantry (4/18/1840 - 7/22/1939). Member of the Stone River GAR Post
No. 65, Frankfort, IN. Buried in the Bunnell Cemetery, Frankfort,
Clinton County Indiana. Click
Here to see his newspaper obituaries and picture, and Click
Here for his Find-a-Grave listing
William W. McNeeley, Private, Co. G, 43rd Indiana Volunteer
Infantry (6/27/1846 - 5/30/1942). Buried in Walnut Hill Cemetery,
Daviess County, Odon, Indiana (See: http://www.rootsweb.com/~inbhsuv/daviesslsoldier.htm).
Edmond Jameson, Private, Co. F, 149th Illinois
Volunteer Infantry (2/6/1848 - 3/25/1942). Buried in Riverview
Cemetery, Aurora, Dearborn County Indiana (See also: Find
a Grave Listing).
James N. Annis, Corporal, Co. G, 18th Kentucky
Volunteer Infantry (10/16/1844 - 2/8/1937). Member of the Pap
Thomas GAR Post No. 5, Greensburg, IN. Buried in the South Park
Cemetery, Greensburg, Decatur County Indiana (See also: His
Find a Grave Listing).
William H. Stafford, Private, Co. D, 118th Indiana Volunteer Infantry
and Corporal, Co. C 30th Indiana Volunteer Infantry (1/16/1847 -
5/25/1939). Buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Auburn, DeKalb County
Indiana (See: http://www.ingenweb.org/indekalb/obits/wstaffordobit.htm
a Grave Listing)
George H. Robinson, Private, 1st West Virginia
Light Artillery, Battery H (5/25/1846 - 8/30/1942). Buried in
Beech Grove Cemetery, Delaware County, Muncie, Indiana. Member of
the Williams Post # 78 GAR of Muncie. (See: http://suvcw.org/in/grobinson.htm).
Joseph Taggart Hubbell, Private, Co. D, 139th
Indiana Volunteer Infantry (9/26/1845 - 6/?/1941). Buried in
the Everton Methodist Church Cemetery, Fayette County Indiana (See: http://scican.net/~ptjones/stones.html).
Herman Hilbert, Private, Co. B, 35th Indiana
Volunteer Infantry (9/14/1845 - 4/4/1937). Buried in the St. Peter
Catholic Cemetery, Highland Township, Franklin County Indiana (Click
Here for His Obit from the Brookville Democrat, 4/8/1937, pp
1, 4 and Here
for a Picture of His Gravestone, and Click
Here for the Find a Grave Link). Note: William Hall was the last
living Union Civil War Veteran from Franklin County, but he died in
December 1937 at the Dayton Ohio Veterans Home and was interred there.
John C. Adams, Private, Co. C, 17th West Virginia
Volunteer Infantry (8/17/1847 - 2/17/1949). Buried at Riverside Cemetery, Gas City, IN.
Member of the Magnolia GAR Post No. 409, Jonesboro, Grant County
Indiana. Last Living Indiana Union Civil War Veteran (See: http://suvcw.org/in/JCAdams.html).
George W. Halstead, Co. E, 43rd Indiana Volunteer
Infantry (11/20/1847 - 1/16/1942). Buried in the Prairie Chapel
Cemetery, Greene County, Lyons Indiana (Click
Here for More Information, and Here
for His Obituary)
Hamilton (added 12/21/09)
Richard Denny, Private, Co A, 101st Indiana
Volunteer Infantry (Died 6/27/1943 at 102 years of age). Buried in
Cicero Cemetery, Cicero, Hamilton County Indiana (Click
here for the Find a Grave Link).
Hancock (added 7/30/11)
Francis M. Hanes, Corporal, Co. B, 8th Indiana Volunteer
Infantry (1843 - 5/??/1937) Died at age of 94. Member of the
George H. Thomas GAR Post No. 17 in Indianapolis, IN. Buried in the New
Palestine Cemetery, New Palestine, Hancock County Indiana. Click
Here for His Find-a-Grave Listing
Harrison (added 10/14/09)
George Parker, Private, Co. G, 122nd USCT
(2/25/1837 - 2/17/1941). Buried in the Collins Chapel Cemetery,
Boone Township, Harrison County Indiana. (Click
Here for His Obituary, and Here
for His 100th Birthday Newspaper Article, with Picture). See
Sylvanus Mabe, Private, Co. C, 6th Indiana
Volunteer Infantry (5/31/1844 - 6/30/1940). Buried in the Clayton
West Cemetery, Liberty Township, Hendricks County Indiana (See: http://www.rootsweb.com/~inbhsuv/hendrickslsoldier.htm)
Joseph Smith, 5th Independent Battery, Ohio Light
Artillery (3/7/1846 - 12/23/1940). Buried at Batson's Cemetery (See: http://www.hcgs.net/civil.html,
Gordon Williams, Unassigned Pennsylvania
Volunteers (3/5/1848 - 3/27/1943). Buried in the Albright
Cemetery, Kokomo, Center Township, Howard County Indiana. Member
of the Thomas J. Harrison GAR Post # 30 in Kokomo. (See:
William C. Kerr, Private, Co. E, 27th Kentucky
Volunteer Infantry, also Co. C, 39th Kentucky Volunteer Infantry
(6/4/1840 - 11/4/1941). Buried in the Hamner Cemetery, Blue River
Township, Johnson County Indiana (See: http://www.rootsweb.com/~inbhsuv/johnsonlsoldier.htm).
Knox (added 12/28/09)
Alexander Columbus Bowen, Corporal, Co. H, 51st
Indiana Volunteer Infantry (8/23/1843 - 12/31/1940). Buried in the
Freelandville Christian Church Cemetery, Freelandville, Knox County
Here to See His Obituary). See also Find-A-Grave
Isaac W. Sharp, Private, Co. G, 1st Ohio Cavalry
(3/9/1848 - 11/10/1946). Buried in the Oakwood Cemetery, Warsaw,
Kosciusko County, Indiana, Block 78, Lot 5.
Two term Dept. of IN Commander from GAR Post #114, Warsaw, IN and
elected Commander-in-Chief in 1944 (See: http://suvcw.org/garcinc/iwsharp.htm).
Lake (added 3/16/12)
John Randall Taylor, Private, Co. G, 12th Indiana Cavalry
(1843 - 11/??/1941). Buried in the Creston Cemetery, Lowell, Lake
County Indiana. See also Find-A-Grave
Benjamin F. Kimbrel, Private, Co. H, 66th Indiana
Volunteer Infantry (10/16/1844 - 12/27/1944). Buried in the Westville Cemetery, New Durham Township,
LaPorte County Indiana, Lot 238, Row 9, Grave 7 (in Memorial
Section). Note: The Rev. George R. Streeter, also a Civil War
veteran, died three days prior to Benjamin Kimbrel and is buried in the Springville Cemetery, Springfield
Township, LaPorte County Indiana (Click
here for Newspaper Article about Mr. Kimbrel, Click
Here for More Information on Both of These Veterans, Click
Here for the Find a Grave Link for Benjamin F. Kimbrel and Click
Here for the Find a Grave Link for Rev. George R. Streeter). A
picture of Benjamin Kimbrel can be found on the following page: http://www.westville-history.com/peoplepics.htm
Madison (added 1/24/12)
Levi P. Keltner, Private, Co. K, 12th Ohio Calvary
(4/3/1844 - 12/8/1942). Last surviving member of the Major May GAR Post
#244, Anderson, Indiana. Buried in the Maplewood (East Maplewood)
Cemetery, Anderson, Madison County Indiana. Click
Here to See His Obituary from the Anderson Daily Bulletin, p1
(12/8/1942) and Click
Here for His Find-a-Grave Page
Marion (added 1/3/10)
Oscar N. Wilmington, First Lieutenant, 57th
Indiana Volunteer Infantry (1845 - 4/7/1944). Buried in Crown Hill
Cemetery, Marion County, Indianapolis Indiana, Section 60, Lot
1120. Click Here to See His Obituary and
Click Here for
His Find-a-Grave Page.
John F. Cromley, Private, Co. H, 53rd Indiana
Volunteer Infantry (12/17/1844 - 3/10/1941). Buried in the Culver
Masonic Cemetery, Culver Township, Marshall County Indiana.
Miami (added 1/24/11)
William J. Rennaker, Private, Co. A, 25th Indiana
Volunteer Infantry (7/28/1846 - 1/12/1940). Buried in the Converse
City Cemetery, Converse, Grant County Indiana. Click
Here to See His Bio
John W. Musser, Co. F, 132nd Indiana
Volunteer Infantry (7/14/1847 - 3/29/1938). Buried in the IOOF
Cemetery, Waverly, Morgan County Indiana. (Note: This entry needs to be
verified with additional information via obits, military records, etc.)
John Calvin Sarver, Private, Co. E, 99th Indiana Volunteer
Infantry (2/22/1843 - 11/23/1941). He served from 8/14/1862 to
6/5/1865. Buried in the Prairie Vine Cemetery, Washington Township, Newton County, Indiana.
here to see his obit from the 11/27/1941 Morocco Courier Newspaper(?).
here for the Find-A-Grave link
Perry (added 11/11/11)
John L. Hicks, Private, Co. G, 53rd Indiana
Volunteer Infantry (1843-1930). Buried in the Hicks Family
Cemetery, Anderson Township, Perry County Indiana. Click
here to see his Find-a-Grave page.
Jacob Mooker, Private, Co H, 128th Indiana
Volunteer Infantry (7/3/1842 - 10/10/1941). Member of the Chaplain
Brown Post #106 Grand Army of the Republic, Valparaiso, Indiana. Buried
in the Kimball Cemetery, Liberty Township, Porter County Indiana.
Newton Stewart, Private, Co. B, 87th Indiana Volunteer
Infantry ( 6/22/1844 - 5/16/1941). Buried in the Star City
Cemetery, Star City, Van Buren Township, Pulaski County Indiana.
Private Stewart was born in Ohio, June 22, 1844
and came to Pulaski County in 1847. He was wounded at Chickamauga Sep.
19, 1863 (on the forehead, according to the 1894 veterans enrollment)
and was discharged June 25, 1865 in Washington, D. C. He lived in
Pulaski County until his death, May 16, 1941. He was a member of
the Fahler G.A.R. Post 397, serving as commander for two years. This
post was in existence from 1885-1915, reorganized in 1903. After its
disbandment he joined the G.A.R. Post in Logansport, Cass County, IN
(see his 5/22/1941
obituary from the Pulaski County Democrat Newspaper here and see his Find
a Grave listing here)
David S. Moist, Sergeant, 7th Indiana Cavalry
(9/18/1844 - 1/15/1946). Buried in the Union City Cemetery, Union
City, Randolph County Indiana. (See
his 1/16/1946 obituary from the Palladium-Item here)
Meltire M. Morse, Private, Co. F, 63rd Indiana
Volunteer Infantry. Died 10/27/1941. Member of the Auten
Post No. 8 Grand Army of the Republic, South Bend Indiana. Buried in the
Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Portage Township, St. Joseph County Indiana.
William Wallace Garner, Private, Co. D, 29th
Indiana Volunteer Infantry (10/30/1847 - 10/11/1940). Buried in
Knox Cemetery, Starke County Indiana.
Sullivan (added 7/30/11)
George Samuel Blakeman, Private, Co. D, 54th
Kentucky Mounted Infantry (1/11849 - 2/25/1942). Buried in Booker
Cemetery, Sullivan County Indiana. Click
Here for His Find-a-Grave Listing
John Ephraim Rishel, Co. C, 10th Indiana Volunteer
Infantry (3/22/1845 - 3/4/1940). Member and past Commander of the
Logan-Taylor GAR post of Lafayette, IN. Buried in Spring Valley
Cemetery, Tippecanoe County, Lafayette Indiana (Click
Here for John Rishel's bio and Click
Here for more info).
Alexander P. Cook, Private, Co. D, 9th Indiana
Cavalry (3/14/1847 - 6/3/1940). Buried in the Salem Cemetery,
Liberty, Union County Indiana. (See
his June 1940 newspaper obituary here).
William C. Walls, Private, Co. K, 124th Indiana
Volunteer Infantry (1845 - 12/8/1941). Buried in Earlham Cemetery,
Richmond, Wayne County Indiana.
his 12/9/1941 obituary from the Palladium-Item here)