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32nd Indiana Infantry      
Company Unknown
Peter Oeth - Private   
I have a record of his wife receiving a pension and he was identified as a PVT in the 32d Indiana Infantry of German decent.
Contact Name:  Tim Marcus
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Date Added:  7/11/2013
Company Unknown
Henry Rautenbusch - Private   
Henry (Heinrich)Rautenbusch arrived with his parents and siblings from Baden, Germany to New York and from there settled in Louisville, Kentucky where he became a citizen in 1854. He and his three brothers-in-law joined August Willichs 32nd Indiana Infantry upon its formation in Indianapolis.
Contact Name:  Ann Mefford
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Date Added:  1/7/2007
Company A
John Goeppinger - Private   
John (Johannes) Goeppinger enlisted July 22, 1861 in Capt. Mark's Co. A, 32nd Regiment Indiana Volunteers. Was discharged March 20, 1863. He was from Logansport, Cass Co. Indiana and is buried in Mt.Hope Cemetery in Logansport. His name is on the war memorial at the entrance to the cemetery and he has a military head stone on his grave.
Contact Name:  Harriet Stairs
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Date Added:  7/30/2005
Company B
George Elble - Private   
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Contact Name:  Amy Rodenbush
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Date Added:  12/20/2010
Company B
Philip Elble - Private   
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Contact Name:  Amy Rodenbush
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Date Added:  12/20/2010
Company C
Francis Columbus Brown - Private   
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Contact Name:  Marjorie Riedeman
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Date Added:  6/18/2008
Company E
Peter Jacob - Private   
German
Contact Name:  Jack Jacob
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Contact Homepage:  jack.j.jacob@gmail.com
Date Added:  9/8/2015
Company F
William Deusner - Private   
Great Grand daughter of William Deusner 4/23/1842 to 3/9/1901. Birth name Johann Wilhelm Theodor Deusner.
Contact Name:  Dorothy Hansen Callaway
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Date Added:  1/8/2011
Company F
William Deusner - Private   
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Contact Name:  David B. Gray
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Date Added:  3/16/2005
Company F
henry frederic haledank - Private   
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Contact Name:  wallie cervantez
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Date Added:  11/13/2006
Company F
Michael Wick - Private   
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Contact Name:  Jan Robin
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Date Added:  5/14/2012
Company H
Frederick Burkele - Corporal   
Frderick enlisted as a Private on September 6, 1961 in the 32nd Indiana Infantry Regiment, Company H. He saw action in Kentucky and Shiloh, Tennessee where he was wounded near the Bloody Pond and lay helpless for several days. He was captured and pleaded with Conferderate surgeons not to removed his wounded leg. He was then freed by Union forces and discharged on July 28, 1862 with the rank of Corporal.

He died at home about 6 months after his discharge from his wound(s).

There was confusion as to the spelling of his last name. He enlisted under Burkele, then it was changed to Burkle. He also spelled it Burkley. This caused problems for his widow who was unable to obtain his Veteran pension because of the confusion and because of his dying after discharge.

Contact Name:  Glen Day
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Date Added:  6/22/2004
Company H
Frederick Burkele - Corporal   
Frederick Burkele, aka, Burkle, aka, burkley, my great-great grandfather, was born about 1828 probably in Prussia. He married Pauline Schneck in Indiana prior to the war and had four children. On September 6, 1861, Frederick enlisted as a private in the 32nd Indiana Infantry Regiment, Company H. The company was made up of Germans from New Albany, Indiana. He was wounded in the leg at the (Battle of Shiloh) Bloody Pond. There, he along with other solders lay for days waiting for help. He was captured by Confederate forces and plead with surgeons not to remove his leg. He was liberated by Union forces and was discharged at the rank of Corporal on July 28, 1862.
Contact Name:  Glen Day
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Date Added:  11/25/2011
Company H
Joseph Elble - Corporal   
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Contact Name:  Amy Rodenbush
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Date Added:  12/20/2010
Company H
Isaac Mayfield Payton - Unknown   
My 3rd Great-grand uncle.
Contact Name:  Kent Rhodes
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Date Added:  8/17/2008
Company I
Anastasius Flaig - Private   
Sept. 21, 1861 Indianapolis, Indiana
Enlistment Date - 32nd Indiana Infantry Company I Discharged Sept 29, 1964 Gun Shot wound to left thigh
Contact Name:  Mark A. Thomas
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Date Added:  7/3/2016
Company K
John Griess Decker - Private   
Unit organized by Captain William Schnackenburg in Evansville, Indiana was mustered in at Camp Nevin, Indianapolis 24 August, 1861. J.G. Decker enlisted as
a wagoner. He had twin brother, Phillip in the same unit.
Contact Name:  Max Hochstetler
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Date Added:  5/30/2008
Company K
Phillip Decker - Private   
Phillip Decker. age 21 was mustered in at Indianapolis 24 August, 1861. He died
at Andersonville Prison, Georgia 26 July, 1864 of scorbutis. Captured at Stones
River, Murfreesboro, TN and confined at Richmond, VA. Prisoner exchange resulted in release and return to duty in May/June 1863. Captured again at Battle of Chicamauga in Sept 1863. Twin brother, John Griess Decker also in 32nd Indiana.
Contact Name:  Max Hochstetler
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Date Added:  5/30/2008
Company K
Louis Eller - Private   
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Contact Name:  Scott S. Sebesta
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Date Added:  5/6/2005
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