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130th Indiana Infantry      
Company Unknown
James Abraham Milliken - Captain   
Previously served 34th Indiana. Mustered out as Corporal after being seriously wounded at Champion Hill, Mississippi. Mustered into 130th Indiana as Lieutenant. Mustered out as Captain at end of war.
Contact Name:  Richard Lewis Blanton, Jr.
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Date Added:  2/2/2010
Company Unknown
Joseph Robison Milliken - 1st Sergeant   
Joseph Robinson Milliken was born in 14 September 1840 to Samuel and Sarah (Robison) Milliken in Oldston, Trumbull County, Ohio. When still a boy, he accompanied his parents and siblings to Wells County, Indiana in 1849 where he spent most of his time learning the printer's trade. He returned to the area of his birth in Trumbull County, Ohio shortly after his sister Martha Jane's marriage to Joshua Fox in 1855 to strike out on his own in his new profession. Census records for 1860 Trumbull County show him living with his sister and brother-in-law, Joshua Fox.

But the growing conflict that was settling on the United States interrupted this pursuit and at the age of 22, Joseph enlisted for 3 years for military service in the Union army on September 7th, 1862 in Warren, Ohio. He enlisted in Company C, 19th Ohio Volunteer Infantry Regiment and immediately was pressed into service being officially mustered in on September 26th in Alliance, Ohio. The first battle he found himself in was the at 'Pittsburgh Landing' in Tennessee (or more commonly referred to as 'Shiloh') in April of 1862.

His records indicate he may have been wounded at Shiloh. In any regards, he was in ill health after this time with his service records reflecting he "left sick before Corinth, Mississippi on May 11th, 1862". He was transported to Jefferson Barracks in St. Louis, Missouri where he was incapacitated with spinal fever.

On account of his weakened condition upon recovery, Joseph was discharged here on a surgeon's certificate on June 11th, 1862 for "chronic rheumatism of the larger joints, persistent & intractable in character, complicated with invitatous spinalis, and incomplete paralysis". His service records also indicate he was later received another "discharge on surgeon's certificate" at Camp Dennison near Cincinnati, Ohio, after a brief stay in a hospital in Nashville in October, on November 1st, 1862.

He returned to his parents home in Ossian, Jefferson Township, Wells County, Indiana. There he recuperated rapidly and soon felt well enough to rejoin service to the Union on New Year's Day of 1864 in Ossian along with his brother, James Abraham Milliken, who was forming Company F, 130th Indiana Volunteer Infantry Regiment. Joseph mustered in on January 28th, 1864 at Kokomo, Indiana. He was described as 22 years old with blue eyes, black hair, dark complexion and standing five feet, eleven inches tall.

This company was pressed into immediate service joining Major General William Tecumseh Sherman's 'March on Atlanta' in 1864. Detailed as a wagon master, Joseph experienced battles and skirmishes at such places on Sherman's campaign (May 1 to September 8, 1864) as Rocky Face, Buzzard's Roost, White Church, Lost Mountain, Kennesaw Mountain, and Allatoona Pass in Georgia. On March 1st, 1865, Joseph was promoted First Sergeant and Orderly. He mustered out in Charlotte, North Carolina on the 2nd of December 1865.
Contact Name:  Richard Lewis Blanton Jr.
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Date Added:  2/21/2022
Company B
James England, Jr - Private   
Enrolled at age 14 years, 1 month. Said he was 18. His father, age 49 & too old to join, said he was 44. James, Sr died in KY on 8 Apr, 3 days into the march from TN. Jr mustered out in Dec 1865.
Contact Name:  Anne England
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Contact Homepage:  aengland0048@yahoo.com
Date Added:  8/26/2016
Company B
James England, Sr - Private   
Enlisted for 3 year term with son James in late 1863. He was about 53. His son was 14. Died in Louisville a few days into the march from pneumonia - April 8, 1864. His son James served out his term.
Contact Name:  Anne England
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Contact Homepage:  aengland0048@yahoo.com
Date Added:  8/26/2016
Company C
David Brandon - Other   
From New Britton, Hamilton County
Contact Name:  Jeff Cottle
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  2/2/2019
Company C
Amos Cruzan - Unknown   
130th Regiment, Indiana Volunteer Infantry
Contact Name:  Marvin Cruzan
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Contact Homepage:  http://members.socket.net/~mcruzan/
Date Added:  12/17/2013
Company C
John Cruzan - Unknown   
130th Regiment, Indiana Volunteer Infantry
Contact Name:  Marvin Cruzan
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Contact Homepage:  http://members.socket.net/~mcruzan/
Date Added:  12/17/2013
Company C
Robert Nance - Private   
Died 12 Jan 1865 at Jeffersonville, Clark Co, Indiana.
Contact Name:  Susan Gray Croyle
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Date Added:  5/22/2015
Company C
Hiram Donaldson Rutter - Captain   
Hiram Rutter enlisted as a private, resigned to become a Lieutenant, and was promoted to Captain in March 1865
Contact Name:  Fred Rutter
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Date Added:  12/21/2010
Company E
Mahlon C Abbott - Private   
Died of disease at Marietta, GA 23 July 1864
Contact Name:  Marty Craig
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  12/16/2011
Company E
Albert Ross Bowman - Corporal   
Brother to Nutter R Bowman
Contact Name:  Lyn Richey
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Date Added:  5/5/2008
Company F
Charles A Carriher - Sergeant   
Last name varies in documents--

Carriher or cariher or carrier
Contact Name:  Jeremy Bruce
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Date Added:  6/16/2012
Company F
Ezra Milliken - Private   
Ezra was enlisted on November 6th, 1863 on Ossian by his brother, Captain James A. Milliken, and mustered into Company F, 130th Indiana Volunteer Infantry by Captain Murray in Kokomo on January 28th, 1864. He was listed as 18 years old with grey eyes, light hair, fair complexion and five feet, six inches in height. He was mustered out with his unit at Charlotte, North Carolina on December 2nd, 1865.
Contact Name:  Richard Lewis Blanton Jr.
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Date Added:  2/21/2022
Company F
James Abraham Milliken - Captain   
After being severely wounded in the Battle if Champion Hill, Mississippi on May 16, 1863, he recuperated and discharged. Corporal James A. Milliken was "discharged from the 34th Indiana on January 28th, 1864 to receive (a) commission by order (of) the Secy of war Special Order No. 147 War Dept Adjt Gen'l Office, Washington April 14, 1864".

He was shown in his records as re-enlisting with the 130th Indiana on the 14th of January by the Indiana Governor Morton. He was promoted from Corporal and commissioned as 1st Lieutenant with 130th Indiana Volunteer Infantry on 29 January. James was then mustered into his commission on 1 March 1864 and advanced in rank to Captain. He was assigned to Company F, 130th Indiana Volunteer Infantry Regiment in which he served until war's end. His service record reflects he was individually mustered out of service to the Union on November 9th, 1865 in Salisbury, North Carolina having served three years continuously in Volunteer service. His name still showed on the Company's muster-out rolls on December 2nd, 1865 when it was mustered out in Charolette, North Carolina.
Contact Name:  Richard Lewis Blanton Jr.
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Date Added:  2/21/2022
Company F
James Edward Morse - Corporal   
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Contact Name:  Appaloosa58
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Contact Homepage:  Ancestry.com
Date Added:  11/21/2008
Company G
John Wilson Bowman - Private   
Brother to Eli W Bowman Jr; Cousin to Albert Ross Bowman same regiment
Contact Name:  Lyn Richey
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Date Added:  5/5/2008
Company H
Joshua Isenberg - Private   
Joshua is my 4 times great grandfather and I am very proud of his service. Until his death he remained a member of the Indiana G.A.R.
Contact Name:  Pamela Strome
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Date Added:  1/26/2015
Company I
Elijah A. Alexander - Unknown   
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Contact Name:  Historic Woodlawn Cemetery research
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Date Added:  10/15/2005
Company K
Henry Gardner - Private   
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Contact Name:  Stacey
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  6/7/2015
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