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Blackford County Civil War Honor Roll

 
 
Full View - - Blackford County Civil War Honor Roll Marker image. Click for full size.
By Courtesy:: Marilyn S. Wolf, April 8, 2012
1. Full View - - Blackford County Civil War Honor Roll Marker
Inscription.

(( Front (“A - C”) - - Side ))

In Honor of All
Civil War Veterans
of Blackford County


( Row One )

Henry B. Adams • Watson Adams • William W. Adams • David V. Addison • Philip H. Albright • Elijah H. Alexander • James B. Alexander • James T. Alexander • Marcellus Alexander • Marion M. Alexander • James Augustus Alfrey • Aaron Allmon • Samuel Allmon • John Ames • Alexander Anderson • George B. Anderson • Isaac M. Anderson • John Clayton Andrews • Rankin H. Andrews • James Archer • Liberty T. Armitage • Clinton Arnold • Daniel Arnold • Eli Arnold • Samuel F. Arnold • Thomas J. Arnold • Robert E. Ashburn • Calvin Atkinson • Caleb B. Ayers • Amos Henry Baker • Zachariah J. Baker • John C. Baldwin • Winfield Baldwin • Isaac Bales • Jeptha Ballenger • Henry Balsley • Henry L. Balsley • Wm. Francis M. Balsley • John S. Barber • Jacob Barnes • Solomon M. Barnes • William N. Barnes • Henry Barnhart • William Barnthouse • Henry Barr • Elijah Jack Barrett • Jacob G. Barrett • Fredrick K. Barth • James Barton • John F. Barton • Snowden B. Barton • James Thomas Bay • Samuel K. Beath • George V. Beatley • Jesse Beecher • Antrim C. Beeks • Daniel Bell

( Row Two )

Reuben S. Bell • Cyrus W. Bennett • Henry H. Bennett • John Bennett • Jonah C.
Front ("A - C) Panel image. Click for full size.
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2. Front ("A - C) Panel
Bennett • Manasseh Bennett • Reuben Bennett • Thomas W. Bennett • Asahel Bently • William H. Beymer • Christian Bickel • John Binnegar • Peter W. Bishop • Isaac Black • Joseph H. Blackburn • John J. Blair • Robert H. Blair • Alfred S. Blake • William P. Blakely • Robert B. Blankenbaker • John W. Bliss • Samuel Dennis Bliss • Jacob Blocher • Andrew R. Blount • James Jackson Blount • Thomas McCoy Blount • James A. Bloxsom • William Bloxsom • James Blue • Milton L. Bock • Adam S. Boles • James Martin Boles • William Alonzo Boles • Henry Bolner • Martin Bolner • Daniel Bonge • Frederick D. Bonge • George W. Bonham • Lyman Bonham • Nicholas Bonham • John W. Boston • James Bowen • William James Bowen • Hamline L. Bowers • Travis W. Bowers • Charles Wesley Bowman • Ellis Bowman • Henry C. Bowman • John A. Bowman • William Henry Bowman • Arthur M. Boyd • Ignatius S. Boyd • John S. Boyd • William A. Boyd • Thompson M. Bracken • Henry C. Brannum • James C. Branyan

( Row Three )

Edward Breece • John D. Brewington • Ely Bricker • John W. Brickley • Joseph Brickley • Abraham Bright • William Bright • George Brotherton • James A. Brotherton • William H. Brotherton • David M. Brown • James D. Brown • John R. Brown • Joseph Kimmel Brown • Stephen H. Brown • Noah Brubaker • Robert A. Brushwiller • Eli Bryson • Joseph B. Bryson • William F. Bryson • John Buckbarger • Jacob
"C - J" Panel image. Click for full size.
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3. "C - J" Panel
J. Bugh • Jesse Bugh • Richard T. Burgess • John A. Burke • Samuel O. Burris • Coleman L. Butcher • John Q. A. Cain • Joshua M. Cain • Simeon T. Cain • Albertta Cantwell • Orlando F. Cantwell • Terrence J. Cantwell • Michael Capper • John S. Carey • William L. Carey • Joseph L. Carl • Mulford C. Carl • Isaac Carmin • Richard Carpenter • Samuel Alfred Carrell • William H. Carroll • John Walter Carter • Joseph T. Cartwright • James R. Cash • George Washington Cassell • Samuel A. Cassell • Dennis H. Cavanaugh • John W. Cawley • Ebenezer T. Chaffee • John Quincy A. Chaffee • George W. Christman • Christopher Clapper • Henry Clapper, Sr. • John Robert Clapper • Daniel Clarissey • E. J. Clark

(( “C - J” - - Side ))

( Row One )

Joseph Clark • Lewis B. Clark • John W. Clevenger • Ephraim Salter Cline • Henry Cline • Charles B. Clore • Robley D. Clouser • Andrew J. Cochran • Hiram Coe • Jacob J. Cole • Samuel Cole • John H. Colgan • John F. Connell • William J. Constant • Edward P. Cook • John C. Cook • John R. Cook • Milton Cook • John Allison Coons • Jacob Corder • Elnathan R. Cory, Jr. • Martin Coughlin • William B. Coulter • Jacob N. Cox • John Crabtree • George D. Craig • John Craig • John J. L. Craig • Joseph A. Craig • Thomas Craig • Jesse L. Cramer • Almeron H. Crannell • Simeon G. Crawford • Jacob Creek • Joseph Creek • Henry Crimmel
"J - R" Panel image. Click for full size.
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4. "J - R" Panel
• Daniel L. Crites • James F. Crosby • William Crosby • William Crow • Andrew J. Croy • George Culbertson • James Levi Cummings • William Cummings • Joseph A. Curts • John Cusic • John H. Daily • John W. Dale • John Larkin Dangerfield • Thomas M. Daugherty • William A. Davenport • Willard Davis • William F. Davis • Henry Coffman Davisson • Henry H. Dean • George Dearduff • Thomas Dearduff • Thomas Davidson Deaver • Casper Decker • Ezra Deeren • Hugh Deeren • William Deeren • James S. Defibaugh • Frank G. Delany • Fountain Delph • Milton Depoy • Benjamin L. Dewees • Henry Jay Dick • Joseph Dildine • Ralph Dildine • Jacob Dillman • Samuel Donley • Thomas C. Doster • William M. Ducey • Sealy Duffey • Francis M. Dunnington • George Washington Dutro • Stephen Dwyer • George W. Dye • Charles S. Edmonds • Lucius O. Edson • William Eichelbarger • Ozias L. Elliott • Samuel M. Elliott • Daniel Perry Ellsworth • Nathan Ellsworth • Samuel Ellsworth

( Row Two )

Eli Montgomery Elsey • John Ely • William Perry Emery • Benjamin Frank Ervin • William L. Ervin • George W. Evans, Jr. • James E. Evans • James J. Evans • Thomas W. Evans • William B. Evans • Zopher Evans • John Everett • William L. Everett • Elias Evers • John T. Fair • Henry Spencer Fargo • Cornelius Farrell • Price T. Fee • Alden L. Felit • Alvaro R. Feltt • Michael Ferris • Solomon Fisher • Hiram Fogle • William
"R - Y" Panel image. Click for full size.
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5. "R - Y" Panel
Foorman • Elizah Foracer • Andrew J. Ford • William Foreman • Francis D. Foster • Milton C. Foulks • Francis Fox • Simon Peter Foy • William H. Frame • Stephen C. Frank • William Frank • George Frash • Michael Frash • William Francis M. Frazier • George W. Friend • Amos Newton Fulkerson • William H. Fuller • James S. Fulton • Theodore Fuqua • Enos Futrell • Alex Gable • George Gable • William H. Gable • Samuel L. Gadbury • John Rozell Gardner • Nathan Garrett • John Garrity • Thomas Jefferson Gaskill • James P. Gibson • Ezekiel Gilham • William R. Glover • Giles Godfrey • Samuel Golden • Frederick Goller • Isaac Goodin • Samuel J. Goodin • Smith Goodin • Frank Goodwin • Archibald Gothrup • Joel H. Gove • John Graves • William Graves • Jonathan Green • William H. Green • Thomas Greenwood • William Greenwood • Isaac Grimes • Robert Grimes • Thomas Grimes • Montgomery Groenendyke • John Groves • Amos M. Hackney • James Elias Hadden • Abraham Hahn • William Hall • John Moses Hallam • Robert Reed Hallam • William Hallam • Charles Hamilton • James Hamilton • James Hamilton • William B. Hamilton • Spencer Hammer • Columbus Burreus Handley

( Row Three )

Marquis D Lafayette Handley • George W. Hanger • Christopher Hare • Amos A. Harker • Benjamin Harris • George W. Harris • Henry Harris • James T. Harris • John W. Harris • Reason P. Harris • William H. Harris • John
Front - - Base image. Click for full size.
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6. Front - - Base
R. Harrold • William Allan Harshman • John Hart • William H. Hart • Henry H. Hartley • Samuel L. Hartley • William R. Hartley • Frederick Hawk • George W. Hawk • John H. Hayes • Charles Haynes • John J. Hays • William H. Hays • John W. Heistand • Charles Helm • Andrew J. Heminger • David Hemminger • Evan Hemminger • John W. Hemminger • Joseph Hemminger • Moses Hemminger • William R. Hemminger • Tilberry Herbaugh • Walberry Herbaugh • John G. Herrman • Abraham Hess • George W. Hess • William Hicks • John A. Hines • William Ray Hines • William W. Hines • John Hitesman • Jonathan Hitesman • James C. P. Hobson • Jerry Hochenburg • James W. Hoffman • John Hogan • David A. Holdren • George W. Holdren • Edwin Hoover • Enos Hoover • Jesse Horsman • Lewis M. Householder • Solomon Householder • Jacob B. Howard • Tilghman A. Howell • Henry Howland • Edward H. Hows • William H. Hubbard • Jesse J. Hudson • John Samuel Hudson • Joshua M. Hudson • William H. Hudson • Richard Huffman • George M. Huggins • William Huggins • Aaron Hughes • William A. Hughes • Washington Hummer • Theodore Humphrey • John W. Hutchinson • Marion Jack • William Jack • Alfred A. Jackson • Lafayette M. Jackson • Lewis Phillip Jackson • Roswell Jackson • Isaac Jarrett • Thomas Jarrett • James Jellison • John Jellison • Phillip Jenkens • Barton B. Jenkins • Alexander Johnson • Alva Johnson • Benjamin L. Johnson

((
Top Statue image. Click for full size.
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7. Top Statue
“J - R” - - Side ))

( Row One )

Daniel A. Johnson • Hamilton W. Johnson • Henry Johnson • Lemuel C. Johnson • Richardson Dickson Johnson • William T. Johnson • David A. Jones • David H. Jones • Isaac Jones • James Jones • Richard Kates • Ira M. Keeler • Oscar Esedore Keenan • Amos R. Keene • John W. Keener • Jacob C. Kegerreis • Joshua T. Kelley • William Kelley • Elvin Kellogg • Andrew J. Keltner • Joel B. Kemp • Gilbert C. Kendall • Benjamin B. Kendall • Jacob Kesler • David Kessler • Joshua Kindlesparger • William H. Kinster • Henry Kirby • John Kirkpatrick • Thomas Kirkpatrick • Samuel D. Kirkwood • Benjamin Kittsmiller • Henry Josiah Kline • Thomas M. Klugh • William H. Klugh • Alfred T. Knight • George Knight • Nathaniel Krauss • Isaac M. Krise • Daniel Kritz • John P. Lacy • John T. Lake • Robert P. Lambert • Thomas Lambert • John Lancaster • John W. Lancaster • Jacob K. Landis • James W. Landon • Lewis C. Landon • George Washington Langdon • William A. Langston • Joseph Lanning • Joseph H. Lanning • Robert L. Lanning • David M. Leedom • Jonathon Leffingwell • Joshua Leffingwell • Theodore Leffingwell • John R. Leggitt • Newton R. Lemon • John C. Lenning • Charles Stephen Leonard • John Fletcher Leonard • Conard Leistenfeltz • Abednego Lewis • Abraham Lewis • Thomas B. Lewis • John Lieber • James W. Lippencolt • Joshua H. Lister • Samuel
Memorial Bricks image. Click for full size.
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8. Memorial Bricks
F. Locke • Alfred Lockwood • William W. Logan • Amos Long • George F. Long • James M. Long • Martin V. Long • John D. Longfellow • William Love • James K. Lucas • John L. Luzadder • John Lyon • Addison Hewett Maddox • Daniel E. Maddox • Elias K. Maddox • George H. Maddox • James Jackson Maddox

( Row Two )

Joseph W. Maddux • Henry M. Mahan • Martin Mann • Michael T. Manning • Peter Mannix • David T. Manor • Henry G. Mark • Oliver H. Perry Markin • Thomas Jefferson Markin • Francis E. H. Marley • Ralph Marley • James Marshall • Milton Marshall • Ely Martin • George Wilis Martin • Loyd Martin • Benton Mason • Jesse Mason • Leonidas Mason • Samuel Mason • James Finley Matson • Dennis McCarthay • Walker Washington McClain • William H. McClellan • Samuel L. McClunny • James G. McColly • James M. McCombs • John A. McConnell • Samuel McCormack • Alexander McCoy • William Thomas McCullick • James R. McDaniel • Emanuel Jacob McDermit • Henry McDermit • Isaac McDermit • William McDermit • Albert McDorman • Alvarian McDorman • William McDorman • John McEldowney • John McElvano • John A. McFerren • John J. McGeath • Martin V. McGeath • Samuel Fulton McGeath • William B. McIntire • James McKinley • James McKinney • James McMichael, Sr. • John R. McMullen • David Cyrus McVicker • William Henry Meachem • William T. Mellott • John B. Mendenhall • James B. Merchant • John
Other - Memorial Bricks image. Click for full size.
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9. Other - Memorial Bricks
Frederick Merritt • Christian B. Messner • Jacob A. Metzer • Adam Winslow Miles • Henry O. Miller • John A. G. Miller • John G. Miller, Jr. • John W. Miller • John H. Mills • Andrew Mincer • George William Mincer • John K. Mincer • Samuel K. Mincer • Bluford Minnear • William H. Minnear • Uriah Mock • Benjamin Monce • John Henry Monfort • William Montgomery • John Moore • Thomas Moore • William Moore • John Moran • Charles W. Moritz • Joel Morrical • Reuben Morrical • George W. Mott • William Mullen • John Mumech • Alva Murphy • Frederic M. Myers • Lafayette S. Nail

( Row Three )

Samuel W. Neel • Joseph Neiman • Noah Nelson • Robert P. Nelson • George Nichols • Harrison Clay Nickey • William Noel • William Joseph Nunn • William G. Oard • James Oats • Joseph Oats • John Wesley Oliphant • Harrison Oliver • James Oliver • John Oliver • Joseph Oliver • William H. Oliver • Henry G. Oren • Henry Jefferson Osborn • James M. Osenbaugh • George Marion Overhiser • Willard B. Overhiser • Alva Marion Owens • Albert Palmer • James Palmer • John Wesley Palmer • Joseph Palmer • David H. Parker • John K. Parker • Levi Henry Passage • Harvey S. Patterson • Sydney R. Patterson • James G. Payton • William Wesley Payton • Jesse K. Peacock • Peter Peck • William Penn • Jonas Milton Penrod • Thomas Pepple • Robert Henry Perkins • Elery C. Perry • Walter T. Perry • Joseph Pflieger
Reenactors - 34th Indiana Volunteer Infantry / Company B image. Click for full size.
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10. Reenactors - 34th Indiana Volunteer Infantry / Company B
Dedicated on October 9, 2004 by the
Reenactors of the
34th Indiana Volunteer Infantry
Company B

Captain Travis Ryan Stephens
Sergeant Major Orville Uggen, Jr
First Sergeant Joseph R. Reeves

Privates - - - -
Cory Allen • Ethan Cox • Carl Dreis
Wade Moser • Paul Neher • Carol D. Reeves
Kevin P. Reeves • Allen Scott • Aaron R. Stephens
James Updike • David Vanhorn
Casey - Company Mascot

In memory of the 1,806 Civil War Soldiers
who served in the 34th Indiana Volunteer Infantry
from September 21, 1861 to Feburary 3, 1866
• Daniel Phillabaum • William H. Phillabaum • Henry Phillips • Jonas Phillips • William H. Pickett • Charles H. Pierce • Elisha Pierce • James T. Pierce • John D. Pierce • Wilson Pierce • Mark L. Pierson • Edward D. Pilate • Joseph Pipin • James W. Pittenger • Israel Anthony Place • David J. Pommel • Levi Pool • Eli Porter • Francis J. Potter • David D. Pottinger • James R. Poulson • Lewis Powell • Daniel Pownall • Archebald Price • John Abiram Pugh • Samuel J. Pugh • William Henry Pugh • Nelson Pumell • James W. Racer • Joseph Randolph • Israel R. Ream • John B. Reasoner • Joseph B. Reasoner • Noah H. Reasoner • Enos T. Reed • William Reed • Lewis Reeves • William H. Reeves • Andrew J. Reynolds • Isaac Gilruth Rhine • James Wilson Rhine • John Rhine • Robert Hughy Rhine • William B. Rhine

(( “R - Y” - - Side ))

( Row One )

Adam S. Rhinehard • Hiram S. Rice • Edwin Richey • Isaac M. Ricketts • George Ritter • William L. Ritter • William Monroe Ritter • Moses Hamlin Robbins • William Henry Robbins • David W. Roberts • James R. Roberts • John Clinton Roberts • John H. Roberts • Thomas Elias Roberts • Lewis P. Robinson • John W. Roby • Nathaniel M. Roby • James K. Rolfe • George B. Rollf • William T. Roszell • George Washington Ruble • Peter A. Ruble • Peter Runkle • William S. Runyan • Benjamin F. Russey • Henry C. Russey • Thomas McKey
Dedication :: image. Click for full size.
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11. Dedication ::
Orville W. Uggen, Jr

This monument will stand in the
history of Blackford County as
a tribute closure and thanks to
the men who served in the U. S.
Military during the Civil War.
Where living descendants can
view the names of the men from
Blackford County who served
in the Great Rebellion. A legacy
for future generations and a
source of pride for the citizens
of Blackford County
Russey • Seely Ryan • John W. Sage • Thomas Saunders • Robert Schaeffer • Adam G. Schellert • Jacob M. Schisler • John Peter Schmidt, Jr. • Peter Schmidt • William Schmidt • Henry C. Schooley • Oliver Secrest • William Seelig • John S. Sellers • Chambers B. Shadle • James Byron Shedle • Richard E. Shadle • Adam Shatto • Nicholas A. Shatto • Thomas Benton Shelton • William P. Sherry • James A. Shewalter • John Alonza Shewalter • Abraham Shideler • Rufus Shideler • John W. Shields • Weeden H. Shields • Benjamin Granville Shinn • Daniel Henry Shinn • James Lafayette Shinn • John Marion Shinn • Silas Newton Shinn • Edward Albert Shook • William M. Shrack • John S. Shreve • William Clark Shreve • John Shull • Jonas Siegrist • Phillip Simmons • Levi Simons • William H. Simons • George Simonton • Seth Sampson Simonton • Thomas Simonton • David W. Sims • James M. Sims • John A. Sims • Lewis Sims • Hiram Richard Sinclair • John Luther Skinner • Abraham Slater • Rezin Slater • William A. Slaybraugh • Levi Slusher • Allen A. Smith • Calvin B. Smith • Daniel Smith • David Smith • J. Miah Smith • John W. Smith • Joseph Smith

( Row Two )

Stephen A. Smith • T. Ezra Smith • William Smith • William Q. Smith • James C. Somerville, Sr. • John A. Somerville • Simon Franklin Sours • Alfred A. Spaulding • Harrison S. Spaulding • Henry G. Spaulding • Oscar A. Spaulding • William
Hartford City : : image. Click for full size.
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12. Hartford City : :
Hartford City
Established in 1839

— § — Etching — § —

in Memory of the Soldiers from
Hartford City
who served in the Civil War
1861 — 1865
H. Speak •Franklin Spease • William H. Spence • John B. Spencer • Charles A. Spilker • Decatur Sprague • Henry Sprunce • I. Wilson St. John • William H. Stadler • Ezra Mann Stahl • Jacob Stahl • Jonathan Stanley • Frederick Starling • Zebedee Steed • George W. Steele • James Steffey • George Henry Steller • Clark Stewart • John W. Stiles • Edwin Wallace Stockton • Lewis Stolder • Edward James Stone • William Stoneburner • Elmer Crosby Storms • Ezra Reuben Storms • John Beals Storms • Peter Ross Storms • Silas F. Stout • Joseph A. Strain • George W. Street • William Pulsipher Streeter • James Stroup, Sr. • James Polk Stroup • Isaac Studevant • William Sturgis • William C. Sudwarth • John Sutton • William G. Sutton • George W. Talbott • Lemuel A. Tate • David D. Taylor • William C. Taylor • John Gilbert Teague • John McCoy Thomas • John Thompson • Robert Thompson • John W. Thornburg • John Wesley Thornburg • James M. Tingley • William Tingley • Herman Tobey • Nathan Tobey • Laban L. Tolliday • Alvah Townsend • Henry Householder Townsend • John Wesley Townsend • Francis M. Trickel • August Troendlin • William S. Tudor • James W. Turner • Lewis L. Turner • Mark C. Turner • Samuel William Turner • John D. Tweedy • David Twibell • Josiah B. Twibell • Lewis Twibell • Thomas S. Twibell • William Marion Twibell • William Harrison Tyner • Henry C. Umbeahaur • John E. Underhill • David Vance
Montpelier : : image. Click for full size.
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13. Montpelier : :
Montpelier
Blackford County Indiana

— § — Etching — § —

Founded 1836
In memory of the Civil War
Soldiers from Montpelier
who served from
1861 — 1865
• Arlow S. Vangordon • Jacob Vangordon • David L. Vanhorn

( Row Three )

Richard F. Vanlandingham • John S. Vantilburg • Robert Crawford Voss • William Walker • John Walter • John J. Walters • Nathan Ward • Oliver S. Ward • William Henry Ward • James H. Warner • George Wasson • Horace P. Waters • Matthew A. Waters • William H. Waugh • David Weaver • Harvey Webster • Joseph Webster • Phillip Weller • Hamilton Welling • Jacob Tettrick Wells • Jerome J. Wendel • Samuel P. West • Aaron Smith Whetsel • John F. Whetsel • William H. Whetsel • Fletcher N. Whipps • James A. Whitaker • Jaspar Newton Whitaker • Harrison Wiley • Joseph C. Wiley • Stephen Oliver Wiley • William Henr Wiley • Henry F. G. Willer • James Richard Williams • William Harris Williams • James E. Williamson • Joseph J. Willson • Allen Wilson • Francis Marion Wilson • James A. Wilson • John W. Wilson • Joseph Aaron Wilson • Moses M. Wilson • Samuel E. Wilson • Edward Winning • Joseph P. Winters • Henry D. Wirt • John Franklin Wisecup • Levi Wiseman • Daniel F. Wood • James P. Wood • John Goodin Wood • John H. Wood • Milton C. Wood • Samuel Wood • William Wood • Jeremiah D. Woodard • Davis P. Woodburn • Benjamin F. Woodring • John Woolard • Nathan A. Worley • Nelson Worley • Charles W. Worster • James T. F. Worster • John O. Worster • Andrew Jackson Wort • Isaac Wright • Peter Wright • John Franklin
Four Townships : : image. Click for full size.
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14. Four Townships : :
Commissioners of Blackford County
established in 1838

In memory of the
Civil War Soldiers from
the four townships of Blackford County
who served from
1861 — 1865

Harrison Township
Jackson Township
Licking Township
Washington Township
Wright • Jacob Yeider • John M. Yetter • James J. Youghar • Jacob R. Young • Samuel Younts • William H. Younts • Timothy S. Reidy

( Base Inscription )

Dedicated by the
Blackford County Civil War Reenactment Club, Inc.
Oct. 9, 2004

 
Erected 2004.
 
Location. 40° 27.089′ N, 85° 22.096′ W. Marker is in Hartford City, Indiana, in Blackford County. Marker is at the intersection of North High Street and West Washington Street, on the right when traveling north on North High Street. Touch for map. Located on the South/West lawn of the Blackford County Courthouse in Hartford City, Indiana. Marker is in this post office area: Hartford City IN 47348, United States of America.
 
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within 8 miles of this marker, measured as the crow flies. Blackford County Revolutionary War Heroes (here, next to this marker); Blackford County Courthouse (a few steps from this marker); Blackford County Korea & Vietnam Honor Rolls (within shouting distance of this marker); Blackford County W.W. II Honor Roll (within shouting distance of this marker); Blackford County W.W. I Honor Roll (within shouting distance
Blackford County Courthouse image. Click for full size.
By Courtesy:: Marilyn S. Wolf, April 8, 2012
15. Blackford County Courthouse
of this marker); Cumberland Covered Bridge (approx. 7.5 miles away); First Indiana Gas Well (approx. 7.6 miles away); Covered Bridge (approx. 7.7 miles away). Touch for a list and map of all markers in Hartford City.
 
Also see . . .
1. Blackford County Civil War Club & the Civil War Memorial::. (Submitted on April 26, 2012, by Al Wolf of Veedersburg, Indiana.)
2. Photos - - Blackford County Civil War Club - Dedication ::. (Submitted on April 26, 2012, by Al Wolf of Veedersburg, Indiana.)
3. Virtual Tour ( Courtesy - - Indiana Government web page). (Submitted on February 11, 2013, by Al Wolf of Veedersburg, Indiana.)
 
Categories. War, US Civil
 
Blackford County Civil War Honor Roll Marker image. Click for full size.
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16. Blackford County Civil War Honor Roll Marker
Other View - Blackford County Civil War Honor Roll Marker image. Click for full size.
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17. Other View - Blackford County Civil War Honor Roll Marker
Blackford County Courthouse -and- Civil War Honor Roll image. Click for full size.
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18. Blackford County Courthouse -and- Civil War Honor Roll
Lincoln's Gettysburg Address image. Click for full size.
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19. Lincoln's Gettysburg Address
“Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent, a new nation, conceived in Liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal. Now we are engaged in a great civil war, testing whether that nation, or any nation so conceived and so dedicated, can long endure. We are met on a great battle-field of that war. We have come to dedicate a portion of that field as a final resting place for those who here gave their lives that that nation might live.

It is altogether fitting and proper that we should do this. But, in a larger sense, we can not dedicate – we can not consecrate – we can not hallow – this ground. The brave men, living and dead, who struggled here, have consecrated it, far above our poor power to add or detract. The world will little note, nor long remember what we say here, but it can never forget what they did here. It is for us the living, rather, to be dedicated here to the unfinished work which they who fought here have thus far so nobly advanced. It is rather for us to be here dedicated to the great task remaining before us -- that from these honored dead we take increased devotion to that cause for which these the last full measure of devotion -- that we here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain -- that this nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedom and that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth.”

Gettysburg, November 19, 1863

Presented by Class of 1915
Other View - - Lincoln's Gettysburg Address Marker image. Click for full size.
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20. Other View - - Lincoln's Gettysburg Address Marker
Wide View - - Blackford County Civil War Honor Roll Marker image. Click for full size.
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21. Wide View - - Blackford County Civil War Honor Roll Marker
 
 
Credits. This page was last revised on June 16, 2016. This page originally submitted on April 12, 2012, by Al Wolf of Veedersburg, Indiana. This page has been viewed 3,100 times since then and 185 times this year. Photos:   1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18. submitted on April 12, 2012, by Al Wolf of Veedersburg, Indiana.   19, 20, 21. submitted on April 26, 2012, by Al Wolf of Veedersburg, Indiana. • Craig Swain was the editor who published this page.
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