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65th Indiana Infantry Regiment

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Country  United States
Branch  Army
Allegiance  Union
Type  Infantry
65th Indiana Infantry Regiment
Active  August 18, 1862 to June 22, 1865
Campaigns  Knoxville Campaign Atlanta Campaign Nashville Campaign Carolinas Campaign

The 65th Regiment Indiana Infantry, was organized in Princeton and recruited throughout the southern Indiana counties to fight in the American Civil War.

Contents

Regimental Units

  • Company A - Men primarily recruited from Gibson and Posey counties
  • Company B - Men primarily recruited from Gibson County
  • Company C - Men primarily recruited from Knox County
  • Company D - Men primarily recruited from Spencer County
  • Company E - Men primarily recruited from Warrick County
  • Company F - Men primarily recruited from Martin County
  • Company G - Men primarily recruited from Gibson, Pike and Posey counties
  • Company H - Men primarily recruited from Vanderburgh and Warrick counties
  • Company I - Men primarily recruited from Daviess County
  • Company K - Men primarily recruited from Dubois County
  • Strength

    Original recruitment strength was 942 with 228 additional troops; total, 1,170. Regiment lost during service 34 Enlisted men killed and mortally wounded and 4 Officers and 216 Enlisted men by disease. Total 254, Additionally, 59 desertions and 8 unaccounted.

    References

    65th Indiana Infantry Regiment Wikipedia


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