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33rd Indiana Infantry      
Company Unknown
David Badgley - Private   
Enlisted as a Private on 15 December 1863.
Enlisted in Company F, 70th Infantry Regiment Indiana on 15 December 1863.
Transferred Company F, 70th Infantry Regiment Indiana on 08 June 1865.
Transferred to 33rd Infantry Regiment Indiana on 08 June 1865.
Contact Name:  Steve Badgley
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Date Added:  9/21/2005
Company Unknown
Jonathan Franklin Lyon - Private   
Was elected Chaplain of the regiment but was 'cheated out of it by his Lt. who soon lost his voice and died' according to the Bromwell Genealogy.
Contact Name:  Don Reid
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Date Added:  10/13/2006
Company Unknown
Preston H Ploughe - Private   
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Contact Name:  Todd Dwigans
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Date Added:  12/20/2007
Company Unknown
George Washington Rhodenbaugh - Private   
Born 1835 in Ohio

Died February 14, 1924

Burial Eugene Cemetery

Vermillion County Indiana
Contact Name:  John Kilgore
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Date Added:  3/2/2009
Company A
David W Brewer - Private   
David was from Morgan Co., IN
Contact Name:  Carole O'Dell
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Date Added:  5/11/2013
Company A
George Riley Briant - Private   
George was from Morgan Co., IN
Contact Name:  Carole O'Dell
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Date Added:  5/11/2013
Company A
James A Brick - Private   
James Was from Morgan Co., IN
Contact Name:  Carole O'Dell
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Date Added:  5/11/2013
Company A
John H. Brown - Unknown   
From my Great Grandfather's grave he was a member of Co. A 33rd Inf IN. Joined (15 yoa) 16 Sep 1861 and departed 21 Jul 1865.
Contact Name:  Dave Sloan
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Date Added:  7/18/2009
Company A
William A Dilley - Captain   
William Dilley was mustered in on September 16,1861 in Indianapolis. He was a war correspondent for the Martinsville Reporter through the war. He fought at Camp wild Cat,KY,Crab Orchard,KY,and was in the Cumberland Gap Campaign. He was wounded and captured at the Battle of Thompson Station TN, he spent two weeks at Libby Prison. He was also in Sherman's March to the Sea. He mustered out on July 21,1865. He married and raised a family in Morgan County where he grew up. He died in March of 1924. He is buried at Mt. Olive Church in Morgan County.
Contact Name:  Janet Morgan
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Date Added:  11/15/2009
Company A
John Anderson McCloud - Private   
John A. McCloud was my great grandfather. After the war, he married and eventually moved from Indiana to the Coffeyville Kansas area, where my grandfather and father were born.
Contact Name:  Janet McCloud Blume
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Date Added:  9/21/2011
Company B
Henry Clay Cox - Private   
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Contact Name:  Lance Robertson
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Date Added:  5/14/2014
Company B
Andrew Metheany - Private   
I would like to find out more about Andrew, but I did find this out.
http://www.nps.gov/civilwar/search-soldiers-detail.htm?soldier_id=2c7b69ba-dc7a-df11-bf36-b8ac6f5d926a
I am his great, great, granddaughter. I never knew that much about this side of my family, and I don't even have a picture.
Contact Name:  Jodi
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Date Added:  9/17/2013
Company B
Charles Tryon - Private   
1st Cousin (Maternal).
Enlisted as a Private in Company B, 33rd Regiment Indiana Infantry on 21 February 1865.
Discharged Company B, 33rd Regiment Indiana Infantry on 21 July 1865.
Source: U.S., Headstone Applications for Military Veterans, 1925-1963
www.ancestry.com
Contact Name:  Ron Saunders
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Contact Homepage:  http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=rant58&id=I9697
Date Added:  9/12/2013
Company B
John Milton Wallace - Musician   
Husbands Grandfather
Contact Name:  Marge
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Contact Homepage:  G
Date Added:  2/10/2010
Company B
William L Walters - Private   
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Contact Name:  Kristi Sircy
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Date Added:  6/18/2007
Company C
Eli Adams - 2nd Lieutenant   
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Contact Name:  Alice
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Date Added:  5/16/2009
Company C
Thompson Payton - Private   
My 2nd Great-grand uncle,1st served in the 70th Indiana Infantry co H,then transfered to the 33rd.His tombstone list his service in the 33rd.
Contact Name:  Kent Rhodes
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Date Added:  8/17/2008
Company C
Jeremiah Kelley Vincent - Asst Surgeon   
http://33rdindiana.org/roster/c/jkvinc.html

Beginning to be a reference for the 33rd. They have his gravestone photo, when he mustered in (jives with history of regiment) and when he mustered out. He left while they were occupying Atlanta. I suspect he left early due to his wife's illness. She died in 1865.
Contact Name:  Jennifer D Ovink
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Date Added:  7/4/2010
Company D
Isaac Jennings - Private   
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Contact Name:  Jerre Robertson
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Date Added:  7/6/2009
Company D
Lewis W. McFerran - Private   
Killed in action (first man to fall), Battle of Camp Wildcat, KY - October 21, 1861. Buried in Plot F, Camp Nelson, KY.
Contact Name:  Mark Anderson
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Date Added:  11/16/2007
Company D
Hiram S Mitchell - Corporal   
Enlisted as a Corporal on 16 September 1861.
Killed on 16 July 1864 at Nashville, TN.
Contact Name:  Eric Stone
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Date Added:  5/27/2010
Company E
James Henry Brown - Private   
James was from Morgan Co., IN
Contact Name:  Carole O'Dell
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Date Added:  5/11/2013
Company E
Henry C Cradick - Private   
Died in Camp 18 March, 1862. Father came to KY with Daniel Boone in the 1790's.
Contact Name:  Don Reid
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Date Added:  10/13/2006
Company E
James Cameron Fullenwider - Private   
Killed at Battle of Thompson's Station, TN.
Contact Name:  Molly Burke
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Date Added:  8/1/2012
Company E
Hezekiah Harrison Lyon - 2nd Lieutenant   
Also known as Harry. Last name often misspelled as 'Lyons'. Buried in Fort Scott Kansas National Cemetery. Mentioned several times in 33rd Regimental History as 'religous member of Regiment' and also with 3 stories of his adventures during the war. Life spared due to his Masonic affiliation.
Contact Name:  Don Reid
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Date Added:  4/8/2006
Company E
Thomas Valentine Lyon - Musician   
Also served in 55th Indiana, 3 month Regiment, and 20th Indiana Light Battery. Buried in National Cemetery in Arkansas.
Contact Name:  Don Reid
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Date Added:  4/8/2006
Company F
Henry J. Menson - Private   
Great Grandfather-got info from Declaration for Widows pension. served 3/14/1861-7/21/1865 honorable discharge. died May 27, 1913.
Contact Name:  Nancy
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Date Added:  9/23/2013
Company F
David Preston Robb - Private   
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Contact Name:  Josh Crowder
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Date Added:  10/25/2010
Company F
Gavin McMillan Stormont - Private   
Gavin Stormont was from Princeton, IN. He was in the Battle of Wildcat Mountain in KY and the Battle of Thompson's Station in TN, where over 1000 were captured and taken to Libby Prison in Richmond. They suffered terribly en route and while in prison. After the war he returned to Princeton and had 7 children who lived. In 1883 they homesteaded in a sod house in Esmond SD for 20 years, then moved to Pomona, CA. He was G.A.R. Commander of Calif. and Nev. in 1913. He wrote his memoirs. Wife Elizabeth Ann Watt had 2 brothers who served from Ohio,as well as 2 of wife's brothers-in-law. His half-brother Gil Stormont from Indiana served also.
Contact Name:  Linda
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Date Added:  9/1/2007
Company F
Theodore Willis Wallace - Corporal   
This is my gg-grandfather. After the war, he lived in Tennesee, Texas, Arkansas, and Oklahoma.
Contact Name:  Terry Harvey Clements
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Date Added:  8/19/2007
Company G
John Deegan - Corporal   
Distinguished service; died as a POW at Andersonville Prison.
Contact Name:  Barbara Andrews
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Date Added:  6/11/2005
Company G
Lotharo Caswell Jones - Private   
Lotharo enlisted 15 June 1863 in Indianapolis and was killed by guerrillas along with Captain Dille, near Fosterville, Tennessee on 17 July 1863. His body was never recovered. He was born in 1842 in Jennings County, Indiana to Daniel Jones and Susannah Persons.
Contact Name:  Anita Schultz-Peters
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Date Added:  10/16/2007
Company G
George W Percifield - Private   
Have his service records and photo if you're interested.
Contact Name:  Alan
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Date Added:  11/23/2010
Company H
James Harvey Baker - Private   
My wife's G-G-Grandfather
James H. Baker was from Morgan Co., IN. In April 1862, at the age of 15 he lied about his age saying he was 18 and enlisted in Co. H, 33rd Indiana Inf. He served with the regiment for 3 years in Tennessee and Georgia. He was captured at Thompson's Station in 1863 along with the majority of his brigade. They were paroled and exchanged and he returned to his regiment 3 months later. He participated in all the battles of the Atlanta and Carolinas Campaigns until he was discharged upon the completion of his three year enlistment in April 1865. He returned to Indiana where he married and started a family. In 1880 he moved his family to northeast Nebraska. He lived in Burt Co., NE, for several years before settling in Stanton, NE. He worked as a mail carrier. He joined the local GAR post in 1891. After his wife died he moved with his children to South Dakota where he lived in the South Dakota Soldiers Home in Hot Springs. He died in 1928 and is buried in Stanton, NE. In the summer of 2006 a new military marker was placed on his grave and a dedication service was conducted by SUVCW members from NE and WI during Stanton's 125th anniversery celebration.
Contact Name:  Vince Barker
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Date Added:  1/10/2008
Company H
william logan farr - Sergeant   
William Logan Farr was my great grandfather born in Morgan Co Ind 1837, died Neoga Il 1904 3 years in Civil War, captured and sent to Libby prison.
Contact Name:  charles l mckinney
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Date Added:  11/19/2011
Company H
Andrew Jackson Whitsett - 1st Sergeant   
Andrew J Whitsett was 1st sgt of company H for a short while. He was born in Indiana in 1817 and 44 years old when he went in to the Army. He was my great great grandfather.
Contact Name:  charles l mckinney
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Date Added:  11/19/2011
Company H
Robert G Wilson - Sergeant   
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Contact Name:  Brian Wilson
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Date Added:  11/6/2015
Company K
Edward W Claflin - Private   
KIA 21 Oct 1861 at the Battle of Camp Wildcat, KY
Contact Name:  Marty Craig
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Date Added:  12/27/2008
Company K
John H. Griggs - Private   
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Contact Name:  Mike Smith
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Date Added:  1/12/2008
Company K
William Nodurft - 1st Lieutenant   
Age 18, Eyes-blue, Hair-brown, Height-5'5', complexion, dark, from Warren Co., IN, Occupation-Cabinet Maker.

When Abraham Lincoln made his first call for men to serve ninety days to put down the rebellion, William was on of the first to enlist. He mustered in as Private of Co. B, 10th Regiment Indiana Volunteers on 23rd Apr 1861 at Williamsport, IN. Mustered out 6 Aug 1861. He enrolled again as a Corporal of Co. K, 33rd Regiment Indiana Volunteers at Indianapolis on 12th of Sept 1861 and mustered in on 16 Sept 1861 for a three year term. Promoted to Sargent 14 Mar 1862, promoted from 1st Sargent to 1st Lieutenant 1 Jan 1865, and mustered out 21 July 1865.

He participated in all the great battles from Vicksburg to Richmond including Sherman's March to the Sea. He was reported missing in action at Thompson's Station on 5 Mar 1863 and he suffered horrors of incarceration at Libby Prison during the Virginia campaign at Richmond. He was released for a prisoner exchange and returned to duty 30 June 1863. He received a Twenty five dollar per month pension staring 10 July 1913, plus a Thirty dollar per month pension starting 10 July 1918.
Contact Name:  Michael Nolde
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Date Added:  2/20/2007
Company K
Hiram Van Buren Parker - Corporal   
He was born in Waverly, NY (Oneida County)on April 18,1840. Died in Elsinore, CA (Riverside County) March 1, 1925 while visiting his daughter. One of his daughters was Nina Maude Parker, my great-grandmother (who later became Nina Maude Becker). Hiram is buried in Hanford Cemetery, near Fresno, California.

He married Arletta Niola Ellis Francis January 1, 1866 in Lacon, Illinois (Marshall County). She predeceased him and died May 29, 1917. She is also buried in Hanford Cemetery.

He mustered in September 16, 1861. He was principle musician playing coronet. Company K left Camp Morton in Indianapolis September 29, 1861 for Louisville, Kentucky and quartered in Boone Tobacco Warehouse. General Robert Anderson was in command, succeeding Brigadier General W. T. Sherman.

In 'spring, 1864 they reorganized and went to battlefields from Chattanooga to Atlanta. Hiram V. Parker ably performed his part. The band played in camp, on the tiresome marches and in the bloody battles.' ... 'On the Atlanta campaign, when the regiment was engaged in battle, the band organized and did heroic and effective work in taking care of the wounded and at Reseca, Hiram Van Buren Parker laid aside his instrument, shouldered a gun and went into fight.'

His occupation was listed as farmer, 5'8', blue eyes, dark brown hair. His rank was corporal (same at discharge) and he was promoted to Principal Musician per order from Regimental Commander.
Contact Name:  Christopher Lawrence
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Date Added:  4/29/2010
Company K
Teunis W VanPelt - Corporal   
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Contact Name:  Sandie Longpre
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Date Added:  4/20/2004
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