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49th Indiana Infantry      
Company Unknown
John Kramer - Private   
John Kramer died at the Battle of Champion Hill a few hours after his father Nicholas Kremer on 16 May 1863. John's muster date is 5 Dec. 1862. He was with Company1.
Contact Name:  Debbie Blume
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Date Added:  5/28/2013
Company Unknown
Nicholas Kremer - Private   
Nicholas was with company 1. He died at Champion Hill on 16 May 1863 a few hours before his son died. His muster date was 21 Nov. 1861. His son is John Kramer.
Contact Name:  Debbie Blume
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Date Added:  5/28/2013
Company A
James Marvin Ellis - Sergeant   
Enlisted in Company A, 49th Infantry Regiment Indiana on 21 November 1861. Rank - Induction: Private.

Reenlisted in Company A, 49th Infantry Regiment Indiana on 03 February 1864.

Mustered out Company A, 49th Infantry Regiment Indiana on 13 September 1865 in Louisville, KY. Rank - Discharge: Sergeant.

Wounded at the battle of Thompson Hill, Mississippi.
Contact Name:  Cindy Ellis
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Date Added:  4/5/2018
Company A
John William Kellems - Private   
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Contact Name:  Bob Kellems
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Date Added:  8/20/2010
Company A
Green C. Mason - Private   
Green C. Mason was the grand son of James and Sarah Rains Kellems. He was killed 16 May 1863 at Bakers Creek, Mississippi.
Contact Name:  David C. Kellems
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Date Added:  12/31/2006
Company A
Masheck C. Newton - Private   
Masheck C. Newton was the son of Christopher and Margaret Kellems Newton. His grandparents were James and Sarah Rains Kellems. He was born 6 April 1834 in Crawford County, Indiana. He died of yellow fever 7 August 1863 at Carrollton, Louisiana.
Contact Name:  David C. Kellems
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Date Added:  12/31/2006
Company A
Leander West - Private   
Leander was in the 49th Inf. He was wounded three times.

Leander is buried at Bakersville, Pa.

He has a honorable discharge.
Contact Name:  Edward West
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Date Added:  1/9/2011
Company B
William Gottlieb Koch - Private   
My great grandfather, William Gottlieb Koch, served in Company B of the 49th Indiana. He was born in 1845 in Trubbach, Gallen, Switzerland and moved to Davenport, Iowa after the war. He was married in 1868 and had 5 children. He was a pattern maker and was employed by John Deere,later set up his own shop.
He died on 6-17-1921 and is buried in the old City Cemetery in Davenport. On his grave marker is 'Company B, 49th Indiana'. He was a member of the August Wentz Post #1 of the GAR in Davenport.
Contact Name:  John M Dooley
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Date Added:  8/7/2006
Company C
George H Jamison - Corporal   
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Contact Name:  Heather Harlan
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Date Added:  4/17/2004
Company C
Jacob B Jamison - Unknown   
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Contact Name:  gmrosetta
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Date Added:  11/1/2006
Company D
Daniel David Donohue - Private   
1st Cousin 4X removed. Killed at Champion Hill, Ms.
Contact Name:  Dave Stutesman
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Date Added:  10/10/2018
Company D
Nathanial R. Donohue - Sergeant   
1st Cousin 4X removed.
Promoted to Corporal Jan 30, 1862; .
Captured at Champion's Hill, Mississippi; Paroled.
Re-enlisted as veteran Feb. 2, 1864.
Promoted to Sergeant April 1, 1865
Discharged at Louisville, KY.
Nathanial was most likely captured because of tending to his brother Daniel, who was shot and killed at Champion's Hill.
Contact Name:  Dave Stutesman
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Date Added:  10/10/2018
Company D
William Messenger - Private   
Died Oct 1864
Carrollton, LA
Contact Name:  Jean A. Woods
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Date Added:  1/1/2009
Company E
Joseph L Hall - Sergeant   
Conflicting data in family records:says 49th Inf. Co. E on tombstone, but other data says 89th Co. E as Sgt
Contact Name:  Chuck C Campbell
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Contact Homepage:  www.silcom.com/~campbell/genealogy
Date Added:  3/25/2008
Company F
Iassc Stroud - Private   
killed in action in Carrollton, La. 16 August 1863. Burial unknown
Contact Name:  Lance Stroud
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Contact Homepage:  htt;//www.acw70indiana.com/stroudsaga6.htm
Date Added:  8/29/2009
Company G
Charles Cox - Private   
Died in the Battle of Vicksburg.
Contact Name:  Benton Cox
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Date Added:  10/28/2009
Company G
George Washington Hopewell - Private   
George Washington Hopewell biographical sketch from Wolfe’s 1909 History of Sullivan County, Indiana.

George W. Hopewell, who was a soldier in the Union cause at the time of the Civil War in this country, and who now resides in Gill Township, Sullivan County, Indiana, on land entered by his father at an early day, was born on the farm where he now resides March 9, 1843. His parents were John and Katherine (Lisman) Hopewell, both of whom were natives of Kentucky. The father came to Sullivan County and took advantage of cheap government land, the warrant for which was signed by President James Monroe. He continued to reside on this land until his death; in about 1849 (John H. Hopewell died March 25, 1850. John H. Hopewell’s father was John Hopewell b. 1751 and it was his land that John H. Hopewell (the son) inherited) His wife died there about 1876 ( Katherine Lisman Hopewell died October 12, 1876) He served his country as a soldier during the entire period of the war with Mexico. Mr.George Washington Hopewell served at the time of the Civil War as a member of Company G. One Hundred and Forty-ninth Indiana Regiment of Infantry, under Captain Parvin. He enlisted at New Lebanon, Indiana, served about eleven months and was honorably discharged at Indianapolis, Indiana, having been mustered out at Nashville, Tennessee. His service was mostly doing picket duty.
Contact Name:  AMP
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Contact Homepage:  ancestry.com 'Enlow/Lamb
Date Added:  7/25/2010
Company G
John W Simmons - Private   
Enlisted as a Private on 21 November 1861
Enlisted in Company G, 49th Infantry Regiment Indiana on 21 November 1861.
Mustered out Company G, 49th Infantry Regiment Indiana on 29 November 1864
Contact Name:  Fred Rose
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Date Added:  8/1/2006
Company H
John Randolph Kellems - Private   
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Contact Name:  David C. Kellems
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Date Added:  4/3/2006
Company H
George W Kemp - Corporal   
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Contact Name:  Carole O'Dell
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Date Added:  11/17/2012
Company I
Anthony Kaup - Private   
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Contact Name:  Tracy Clark
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Date Added:  3/16/2009
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