Civil War Ancestors

Below is a list of individuals I’m related to who served in the Civil War.  Under each individual is a list of references to blog posts and documents related to that particular soldier.  It’s my hope and intention to add more soldiers and more documents as time goes on.  If you find anyone on this list who is also a relative of yours, I’d love to hear from you.  I’d also love to hear if you have any letters, diaries or documents of any kind related to these soldiers.  You can comment on this page or email me at kevhar72@gmail.com if you have any comments or questions.

Private George Crowe (3rd great grand uncle)

57th Indiana Infantry

Private Enos Diltz (4th great grand uncle)

78th Indiana Infantry
105th Indiana Infantry
Abington Home Guards, Wayne County Indiana Legion

Captain Lewis Kinsey Harris (2nd great grandfather)

8th Indiana Infantry (3 months)
36th Indiana Infantry
69th Indiana Infantry

Blog: An Indiana Soldier

Sergeant Hugh Herd

8th Kentucky Infantry

Private William H. Jarvis (2nd great grand uncle)

8th Kentucky Infantry
4th Mounted Kentucky Infantry

Blog post: Sesquicentennial

Private Jacob H. Kinsey

8th Indiana Infantry

Private Isaac Pugh

156th Ohio Infantry

 

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3 Responses to Civil War Ancestors

  1. Lynn Owens says:

    I am very glad to run into your site. I am Cynthia Crossgrove Owens. My grandmother was Mary Howell Crossgrove, born in Ohio and a desendent of Marie Feree as well. I am wondering if you have ever researched earlier i her life in France for remainder of her lineage? I have no way to know where I fall in the family lines, and am mentioned as as descendent of Jacob Musser.
    I would be happy to stay in contact with you. Respectfully…

    • Launa says:

      Cynthia, in my family research I came across Mary Audrey Howell Crossgrove, born in Ohio. I also see how she is related to Jacob Musser. However, I do not see her connection to Marie Feree and France. I found information on findagrave for Mary Howell Crossgrove that I assume is your contribution. You also left very sweet remarks with your ancestors and I felt that I should try to connect with you. I didn’t know the best way to do that and in searching I found this comment you left. I thought it was worth a try to see if you knew how or wanted to share information. Thank you.

  2. M Gilger says:

    My GrGrndfthr was Robert R. VanWinkle. He was in the 69th Indiana Infantry. I have more than 20 of his letters to home and a diary from the war. M Gilger

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