Waveland/Brown Twp. Civil War Roll of Honor

 1. Chauncey Richardson, 38th Indiana Infantry, Company H, died of disease, May 5, 1865 at Beaufort, South Carolina

2. William G. Canine, 38th Indiana Infantry, Company H, died of disease 1863 in Tennessee

3. Luther H. Patton, 38th Indiana Infantry, Company H, died Feb. 20, 1865 at Chattanooga, Tennessee

4. Samuel W. Sterrett, 38th Indiana Infantry, Company H, killed Oct. 8, 1862 at battle of Perryville, Kentucky.  “Buried by his Company” at Perryville.

5. John W. McDaniel, 38th Indiana Infantry, Company H, killed Oct. 8, 1862 at battle of Perryville, Kentucky

6. Alexander H. Buchanan, 38th Indiana Infantry, Company H, Died January 15, 1863 of gunshot wound recieved at battle of Stones River.”Ball passed through knee, shattering thigh bone.”(widows pension)

7. John T. Budd, 9th Indiana Battery, died March 17, 1862

8. William Garland, 9th Indiana Battery, died Oct. 21, 1864

9. James C. Fullenwider, 33rd Indiana Infantry, Company E, killed at battle of Thompson’s Station, Tennessee, March 5, 1863.

10. John Wallace “J. W.” Richards, 40th Indiana Infantry, Company H, transferred to the V.R.C., working in the Quartermasters Department, died September 20, 1864 at Tullahoma, TN. Brother of Major  William J. Richards, 38th Ind. & 81st Ind. Buried Waveland Presbyterian Cemetery.

11. Harrison Taylor Moore, 40th Indiana Infantry, Company H, died May 29, 1864 from wounds received at battle of Resca, Georgia.

12. Henry Meredith Alward, 40th Indiana Infantry, Company H, died of disease April 18, 1863, at Murfreesboro Tennessee

13. Joseph Belton, 40th Indiana Infantry, Company H, died March 28, 1865 at army hospital, Jeffersonville, Indiana

14. James A. Ham, 40th Indiana Infantry, Company H, died August 20, 1864, Nashville, TN.

15. Taylor McIntosh, 40th Indiana Infantry, Company H, died Dec. 16, 1863, wounds from battle of Missionary Ridge, Chattanooga, Tennessee

16. Milton H. Porter, 40th Indiana Infantry, Company H, died June 30th, 1864, wounds from battle of Kenesaw Mountain, Georgia

17. Charles Osborn, 40th Indiana Infantry, Company H, died of disease, Nov. 17, 1865 at Texana, Texas

18. George W. Rodgers, 40th Indiana Infantry, Company H, missing in action, supposed killed battle of Franklin, Tennessee

19. James H. Jackson, 40th Indiana Infantry, Company H, killed April 27, 1865 when the steam boat “Sultana” exploded on the Mississippi River bringing Union P.O.W.’s home. James was captured at battle of Franklin Tennessee Nov. 1864

20. Cpl. William Kennedy, 40th Indiana Infantry, Company C, died March 19, 1862, Bowling Green, Kentucky

21. Josiah Davis, 40th Indiana Infantry, Company C, killed Nov. 25, 1863, battle of Missionary Ridge, Chattanooga, Tennessee

22. James Elrod, 40th Indiana Infantry, Company C, killed Nov. 25, 1863, battle of Missionary Ridge, Chattanooga, Tennessee

23. Serg’t William Gayley, 40th Indiana Infantry, Company C, died Dec. 12, 1863, wounds from battle of Missionary Ridge, Chattanooga, Tennessee

24. 1st LT. James M. Hanna, 40th Indiana Infantry, Company C, died Feb. 4, 1864, wounds from battle of Missionary Ridge, Chattanooga, Tennessee

25. Cpl. Robert C. H. Hanna, 40th Indiana Infantry, Company C, killed Nov. 25, 1863, battle of Missionary Ridge, Chattanooga, Tennessee

26. Clinton Hamilton, 40th Indiana Infantry, Company C, died July 25, 1862, army hospital, Jeffersonville, Indiana

27. Thomas Hamilton, 40th Indiana Infantry, Company C, killed June 14, 1864, battle of Pine Mountain, Georgia

28. William Smith, 40th Indiana Infantry, Company C, died disease April 7, 1863 at Murfreesboro, Tennessee

29. William N. Van Cleve, 40th Indiana Infantry, Company C, died April 12, 1862, Nashville, Tennessee

30. Caleb W. Conner, 40th Indiana Infantry, Company C, died if disease Oct. 22, 1864 at Nashville, Tennessee

31. William Oliver, 40th Indiana Infantry, Company C, killed June 27, 1864 at battle of Kenesaw Mountain, Georgia

32. Horace H. White, 31st Indiana Infantry, Company I, died Aug. 26, 1865, Victoria, Texas

33. John A. Musgrove, 21st Indiana Infantry, Company H ,killed Aug 5, 1862 battle of Baton Rouge, Louisiana * Note, The 21st Infantry was later designated 1st Indiana Heavy Artillery in late 1862

34. Atelus Dooley, 1st Indiana Heavy Artillery, Company H, died July 19, 1864 at Baton Rouge Louisiana

35. Jacob Lough, 1st Indiana Heavy Artillery, Company H, died Sept. 17, 1864 at Baton Rouge, Louisiana

36. William Wallace Moore, 15th Indiana Infantry, Company E, died of wounds recieved at Stones River , Feb. 5, 1863. Listed in Co. E as Wm. P. Moore.

37. George W. Moore, 60th Indiana Infantry, Company K, died Jackson, Mississippi, July 7, 1863.

38. Sgt. Ransom Ragan– 60th Indiana Infantry, Company K, died Miliken’s Bend, LA.  May 1, 1863.

39.George F. Joslin – 60th Indiana Infantry, Company K, died Indianapolis December 1, 1862.

40. George Bayless – 4th Indiana Cavalry, Company I, Killed Munfordsville, KY. December 26, 1862.

41. David Ramsey – 43rd Indiana Infantry, Company B, Died of an unlisted cause at Indianapolis, IN., January 1865.

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