United States. Army. Indiana Infantry Regiment, 10th (1861-1864)
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder: S267
Scope and Contents This collection includes seven letters from members of Alan Cloe's family, beginning in 1858 and concluding with a letter written in 1945. The first letter from John Frazier in Dublin, Indiana, was to his children and grandchildren, and was addressed to Joseph Hussey in Carmel, Indiana. He wrote: "we are getting very fearful of bank notes as banks are breaking." John Hussey wrote four letters during his Civil War service, in 1861 and 1862, from Kentucky. He served in Company F, 10th...
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection contains correspondence, indentures, deeds, tax receipts, and other legal documents of the Brady family of Fountain and Warren counties in Indiana ranging from 1801 to 1890. The collection includes the appraisal and auction sale documents (written in French) regarding the personal effects of James Brady that were left with Senateur Babin in Iberville, Louisiana (December, 1801); receipts and legal documents of John Brady (1811-1845) and William Brady (1838-1889); correspondence...
Collection — Folder: S637
Scope and Contents This collection contains a copy of an eleven page typewritten biography of David F. Allen of Frankfort, Indiana. Ranging from 1808 to 1911, the biography includes Allen's family history, detailed information about his military service with Company C, Indiana 10th Volunteer Infantry during the Civil War, his service with Company C, 150th Indiana Volunteer Infantry during the Spanish-American War, and his service with Company 1 of the 38th Regiment U.S. Volunteers during the the...
Collection — Folder: S1203
Scope and Contents This collection includes photocopies of family history and original booklets. A certificate dated December 24, 1864, states that Thomas J. Thompson is appointed a hospital steward in the 182nd Regiment of the Ohio Volunteers. There is a program for the first annual state temperance camp meeting of Michigan for August 13th, 14th, and 15th, with Dr. Henry A. Reynolds, president of the meeting. Records are photocopied from a 1886-1887 account book. An autograph book had entries such as: "Dear...
Collection — Folder: S1128
Scope and Contents This collection includes twenty-three letters and documents of the Robinson and Branham families of Madison, Indiana, beginning with a list of purchases and costs in 1839, and ending with a funeral notice dated 1891. Two letters are undated but were written during the Civil War. A third undated letter was addressed to Miss Rebecca G. Robinson in Dayton, Alabama, after Mobile was crossed off. One of the documents is for the discharge for William H. Robinson who was in the 10th Regiment of...
Collection — Folder: S1133
Scope and Contents Three photographs are William Hickman Robinson, Col. Edward Jones Robinson, and Col. Stewart. Of the three small yellow envelopes, two are from Frank Dean and one was sent to Will H. Robinson from Chicago, Illlois. There is one Western Union telegram dated 1868, from E. J. Robinson (Will's father) in Franklin, Indiana, to Mr. Ham Stapp in Madison, Indiana, which states: "Got here last night. How is Will. Answer here soon." There is no month and day on the telegram. Will died that year, on July...