United States. Army. Indiana Infantry Regiment, 6th (1861-1865)
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder: S027
Scope and Contents This collection includes a letter from Edward L. Andrews in Indianapolis, Indiana to his mother, Sarah E. Andrews, on June 14, 1863 regarding watch duties, the capturing of Confederates, and treason while serving with the Union army during the American Civil War.
Collection — Folder: S0680
Scope and Contents This collection contains letters written by John M. Hook to his brother, Matthias, from 1861 to 1863 while serving in G Company, 6th Indiana Infantry Regiment during the Civil War. The collection also includes a letter written in 1863 to Matthias Hook from Banner Davis, a man serving in the same unit as John. Other items in the collection are a letter written by Margaret Hook from Des Moines, Iowa in 1851; Bartholomew County, Indiana tax receipts paid by Mathias Hook (1853,...
Collection — Folder: S003
Scope and Contents This collection includes typed copies of newspaper articles from Phelix Adair in Madison, Indiana ranging from 1883 to 1910 regarding the Madison band in the Battle of Shiloh, history of industries along the Crooked Creek Valley, and William H. Rahe's service, as a young boy, to Colonel August Willich's German regiment during the American Civil War.
Dates: 1883-1910, undated
Collection — Folder: S0716
Scope and Contents This collection includes letters from Seely Jayne to his wife Charlotte "Lottie" Jayne during his enlistment in the Union army ranging from 1861 to 1862. There is also a letter to his daughter, Ida M. (Jayne) Weaver to the War Department regarding her father's death during the Civil War on January 26, 1889, a tintype photograph of Seely Jayne, and two lyrics sheets with patriotic songs.
Dates: 1861-1862, 1889
Collection — Folder: S709
Scope and Contents This collection includes autographed, signed letters from William Dunn Hynes in Alabama, Kentucky, and Tennessee ranging from 1862 to 1865 regarding life in the Army and being a captive of the Confederates and an autographed, signed letter from William P. Duval in Florida on 1826/08/18 regarding territorial politics.
Dates: 1826, 1862-1865