CROWN POINT | A new sound system honoring veterans is arriving just in time to celebrate the life of a Crown Point colonel who fell in battle 150 years ago.
Desperate to preserve the nation in 1861, President Abraham Lincoln called for 300,000 troops to bolster the Union Army against the confederacy of southern states.
William H. Freeman | Private | Company H | 9th Indiana Infantry | BIRTH/DEATH not available | Salem Cemetery
Myron J. Sweet | Corporal | Company I | 5th Indiana Cavalry | BIRTH/DEATH not available | Salem Cemetery | Sweet's Salem Cemetery headstone is sandwiched so tightly next to another that one has to bend low to the ground and look between the stones to find it. Very little could be found in th…
John C. Sigwalt | Private | Company C | 5th California Infantry | BIRTH/DEATH not available | Salem Cemetery
Benjamin Shoup | Private | Company I | 20th Ohio Infantry | 1837-1910 | Salem Cemetery | A newspaper death notice for Shoup indicates he died of a paralytic stroke on Thanksgiving Day, 1910. A number of local Civil War veterans who belonged to the Grand Army of the Republic, a post-war frate…
View headstones of soldiers buried at Salem Cemetery in unincorporated Hebron.
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