United States. Army. Indiana Infantry Regiment, 32nd (1861-1865)
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder: S1304
Scope and Contents This collection is mostly hand-written letters in German. Augusta Sophia Eisenlohr's passport, issued in 1853, is in English. She was married to Gottlieb. The letters are from family members in Germany and Switzerland, as well as ones written by Gottlieb during the Civil War. He mustered into the 32nd (or First German) Regiment at Indianapolis on September 18, 1861, when he was 43 years old. Mr. Weigle served in Company C, and was discharged on September 7, 1864.
Collection — Folder: S2548
Scope and Contents This collection includes a one page biographical sketch of Martin Theis handwritten by his niece Gertrude M. Soliday, daughter of his older brother Nicholas (circa 1960s). Her sketch relates information about Martin told to her by his daughter Lilly.
Collection — Folder: S3240
Scope and Contents The collection consists of information relating to the 32nd Indiana Regiment compiled by Michael A. Peake for his book entitled, Indiana's German Sons: From Rowlett's Station to the Lone Star. Material includes information of the Battle at Rowlett's Station as well as information relating to the 32nd Indiana monument at Cave Hill National Cemetery in Louisville, Kentucky.