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Wabash College Students who Served in the Civil War

 
 
Wabash College Students who Served in the Civil War Marker image. Click for full size.
By Courtesy:: Marilyn S. Wolf, July 29, 2012
1. Wabash College Students who Served in the Civil War Marker
Inscription.

~∮ ~∮ ~ ~ Roll of Honor ~ ~∮ ~∮

( Row One )

~ ~ ~ Major Generals ~ ~ ~

Lewis Wallace ▫ Edward R. S. Canby ▫ Joseph J. Reynolds

~ ~ ~ Brigadier Generals ~ ~ ~

John C. Black ▫ Charles Cruft ▫ Smith S. Fry ▫ John P. Hawkins ▫ William H. Morgan

~ ~ ~ Colonels ~ ~ ~

John W. S. Alexander ▫ John Coburn ▫ Thomas Harrison ▫ Jesse L. Holman ▫ Samuel C. Vance ▫ William C. Wilson ▫ Gustavus A. Wood

~ ~ ~ Lieutenant Colonels ~ ~ ~

Ozro J. Dodds ▫ Isaac C. Elston ▫ Samuel Merrill ▫ Webster T. Mills ▫ James M. Shanklin ▫ Chester G. Thomson ▫ William J. Twining ▫ Joseph R. Webster

~ ~ ~ Majors ~ ~ ~

Hervey Bates ▫ Levin T. Miller ▫ John W. Rabb ▫ David Shelby ▫ Charles L. Thomas ▫ Oliver M. Wilson

~ ~ ~ Captains ~ ~ ~

Abram P. Andrew ▫ Edwin A. Andrews ▫ William P. Black ▫ John J. P. Blinn ▫ George Bowman ▫ Robert Branden ▫ James W. Brown ▫ Robert E. Bryant ▫ James R. Carnahan ▫ W. Bruce Carr ▫ John F. Caven ▫ Frederick
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2. Full View - - Wabash College Students who Served in the Civil War Marker
A. Clark ▫ John E. Cleland ▫ John C. Conner ▫ William B. Curtis ▫ Wallace L. Dagg ▫ Charles R. Deminc ▫ J. Walter Elliott ▫ Samuel B. Ferguson ▫ H. Byron Finch ▫ Horace S. Foote ▫ Thomas W. Fry ▫ William H. Gillam ▫ James Gregory ▫ Joshua C. Hadley ▫ Samuel J. Hall ▫ William S. Harbert ▫ William P. Herron ▫ Daniel F. Hill ▫ George W. Holmes ▫ John Jackson ▫ Witter Johnson ▫ William A. Ketcham ▫ William S. King ▫ Edward C. King ▫ Edward B. Kingsbury ▫ Mark Kirby ▫ Edwin R. Lewis ▫ Samuel Lingerman ▫ Theodore W. McCoy ▫ Wallace McCune ▫ A. A. McDonald ▫ William M. McKinney ▫ James H. Meteer

( Row Two )

Samuel H. Moore ▫ Elisha P. Morgan ▫ Chauncy B. Oakley ▫ Milton A. Osborne ▫ James Parke ▫ John W. Ramsay ▫ George W. Riley ▫ Frederick A. Ross ▫ Clifford W. Ross ▫ Chauncey Sabin ▫ D. W. Scouten ▫ Frederick D. Seward ▫ Joseph B. Simpson ▫ Robert B. Spilman ▫ Marion L. Spitler ▫ Lewis Stephens ▫ Thomas J. Stevens ▫ John T. Taylor ▫ Edward H. Twining ▫ James Wilson ▫ S. McKee Wilson ▫ Ogden Wood ▫ Irwin B. Wright

~ ~ ~ Lieutenants
Upper Section of Marker image. Click for full size.
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3. Upper Section of Marker
~ ~ ~


Albert W. Adams ▫ Zephaniah M. Ball ▫ George W. Bassett ▫ Henry S. Bassett ▫ A. Wesley Bill ▫ Charles T. Boudinot ▫ Henry Campbell ▫ George Chapin ▫ Carey E. Cowgill ▫ William Coke ▫ William E. Craig ▫ Samuel C. Crane ▫ Samuel L. Ensminger ▫ James M. Ford ▫ John S. Grisard ▫ Edward Groenendyke ▫ Henry Groenendyke ▫ Enos C. Hornaday ▫ Henry C. Johnson ▫ John L. Ketcham ▫ Robert A. King ▫ Theodore Livings ▫ William H. Lynn ▫ Edward Mace ▫ Alfred L. Miller ▫ Martin J. Miller ▫ B. Marshall Mills ▫ Robert B. F. Peirce ▫ James P. Pratt ▫ J. David Rabb ▫ George W. Richardson ▫ Albert L. Ristine ▫ Edward B. Sanford ▫ Volentine H. Stone ▫ E. Darwin Thomas ▫ R. Whiteside ▫ Samuel J. Wilson ▫ Ward E. Wilson ▫ Maxwell C. Wood ▫ Claiborn A. Young

~ ~ ~ Chaplains ~ ~ ~

Archibald C. Allen ▫ James Bassett ▫ Charles H. Marshall ▫ William C. Porter ▫ Lycurcus Railsback ▫ George W. Stafford

~ ~ ~ Surgeons ~ ~ ~

John A. Blackwell ▫ Edward S. Crosier ▫ Charles W. Davis ▫ John French ▫ George W. Jones ▫ Henry Ristine ▫ William
"Honor Roll of Names" image. Click for full size.
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4. "Honor Roll of Names"
Spencer ▫ John M. White ▫ Charles B. White ▫ Joseph M. Wishard

( Row Three )

~ ~ ~ Noncommissioned Officers and Privates ~ ~ ~

James C. Alexander ▫ John H. Andrews ▫ Abner V. Austin ▫ Lafayette Ball ▫ Zophar Ball ▫ George W. Barlow ▫ Harvey Bassett ▫ John H. Beach ▫ Thomas Beard ▫ Edward Bevan ▫ James Binford ▫ Joseph Boley ▫ James F. Boots ▫ Benjamin F. Bowman ▫ Edmond R. Brown ▫ Michael Brown ▫ Stephen I. Brown ▫ Charles T. Bryant ▫ Henry M. Bryant ▫ Julian Buffington ▫ Andrew C. Butner ▫ Chauncy H. Carr ▫ John M. Carter ▫ Henry Chapin ▫ Lucius P. Chapin ▫ Richard Clark ▫ Agustus M. Corey ▫ Webster Corey ▫ E. Howard Cowan ▫ Charles M. Crawford ▫ James Crawford ▫ Jerome H. Crouse ▫ Charles W. Daggy ▫ Silas Daggy ▫ Theodore F. Daggy ▫ Frank Dale ▫ George W. Deane ▫ Arthur Deming ▫ Joseph E. Dewolfe ▫ William M. Dickey ▫ Frank L. Douglass ▫ James R. Dunlap ▫ George H. Edwards ▫ John B. Emerson ▫ Thomas Emerson ▫ Martin L. Essick ▫ John F. Farner ▫ John A. Finch ▫ Henry B. Flesher ▫ William S. Fry ▫ James C. Fullenwider ▫
Lower Section of Marker image. Click for full size.
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5. Lower Section of Marker
James M. Fulwider ▫ Henry H. Geiger ▫ William Geiger ▫ J. R. Gerhart ▫ John L. Gerrish ▫ Thomas Gifford ▫ Howard S. Gillum ▫ O. B. Glasscock ▫ James F. Gookins ▫ John H. Gordon ▫ Harvey Gray ▫ Frank A. Greenwood ▫ Ralph S. Gregory ▫ Frederick L. Grizzard ▫ James S. Grizard ▫ Charles Groenendyke ▫ Cyrus R. Hadley ▫ David W. Hartman ▫ Ransom E. Hawley ▫ Frank W. Humphrey ▫ Joseph Ingersol ▫ Albert C. Jennison ▫ Henry S. Jennison ▫ George Johnson ▫ Howard Kendall ▫ Edward Kent ▫ Thomas A. Kirby ▫ Charles Knapp ▫ Michael M. Lawson ▫ Leonidas W. Lemon ▫ Francis Livings ▫ William Lockwood

( Row Four )

W. N. Logan ▫ William H. Lowry ▫ Salmon P. Lusk ▫ Thomas V. Lyon ▫ Ira McConnell ▫ James H. McCulloch ▫ Theodore F. McMechan ▫ John E. McPheron ▫ William Masterton ▫ Charles T. Mattingly ▫ Samuel Maxwell ▫ Arthuer T. Metcalf ▫ Monroe M. Milford ▫ Baldwin E. Miller ▫ Charles H. Miller ▫ Robert G. Miller ▫ Eugene R. Mills ▫ Joshua R. Mitchell ▫ Samuel Moore ▫ Charles W. Moores ▫ Augustus Newell ▫ Henry N. Ornbaun ▫ John Ott ▫ Thomas M. Patterson ▫
Long View - - Wabash College Students who Served in the Civil War Marker image. Click for full size.
By Courtesy:: Marilyn S. Wolf, July 29, 2012
6. Long View - - Wabash College Students who Served in the Civil War Marker
James Patterson ▫ Charles Pelton ▫ Henry M. Perry ▫ John W. Perry ▫ James W. Post ▫ Douglas P. Putnam ▫ William A. Ragan ▫ Newton L. Ramsay ▫ J. Edward Rice ▫ Harley G. Ristine ▫ Theodore H. Ristine ▫ George W. Robinson ▫ Daniel G. Roderic ▫ A. T. Ross ▫ John N. Sellers ▫ Charles H. Seston ▫ Byron R. Russell ▫ James B. Shaw ▫ Horace B. Smith ▫ William Smith ▫ Sidney Speed ▫ James S. Spencer ▫ Oliver H. Spencer ▫ Robert Spencer ▫ Frederick Sperry ▫ Daniel W. Stearns ▫ Amos L. Stephenson ▫ Lyman T. Strother ▫ Milton Swan ▫ Jesse N. Talbot ▫ John T. Talbot ▫ Alvah Taylor ▫ S. Findley Thompson ▫ William H. Thomson ▫ Arthur P. Twineham ▫ Holman A. Vaile ▫ Harvey Vance ▫ M. B. Vancleave ▫ Ross J. Vicus ▫ Henry Wasson ▫ Mathew Whiteford ▫ Columbus D. Whitehead ▫ Davis S. Whitenack ▫ Morris L. Whiteside ▫ Lane Willson ▫ Edward Wolfe ▫ William J. M. Wolfe ▫ William Wolverton ▫ E. R. Woodrow ▫ John M. Wright ▫ G. T. Young

~∮ ~∮ Wabash College Students ~∮ ~∮
~∮ ~∮ ~ ~ ~ who served in the ~ ~ ~∮ ~∮
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By Courtesy:: Marilyn S. Wolf, July 29, 2012
7. Other View - - Wabash College Students who Served in the Civil War Marker
~ ~ Civil War ~ ~ ~ ~ ~∮ ~∮

 
Location. 40° 2.265′ N, 86° 54.356′ W. Marker is in Crawfordsville, Indiana, in Montgomery County. Marker is on South Grant Avenue south of West Wabash Avenue, on the right when traveling south. Click for map. The Wabash College "Civil War Memorial" is located on the East exterior wall of "Center Hall", which faces South Grant Avenue. Use the center drive-way for easy parking. Marker is at or near this postal address: 301 W. Wabash Avenue, Crawfordsville IN 47933, United States of America.
 
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within walking distance of this marker. Wabash Avenue Presbyterian Church (approx. mile away); Crawfordsville (Indiana) Carnegie Library (approx. 0.3 miles away); Cradle of Basketball (approx. 0.3 miles away); Saint John's Episcopal Church (approx. 0.4 miles away); Montgomery County's Tribute to her Heroic Dead (approx. 0.4 miles away); Lane Place (approx. 0.4 miles away); Otto Schlemmer Building (approx. half a mile away); Montgomery County Rotary Jail (approx. half a mile away). Click for a list of all markers in Crawfordsville.
 
Categories. War, US Civil
 
 
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