Paris Crossing, Indiana
This document was scanned and the images sent to me by Patty Wells. She borrowed it from a friend who borrowed it from a friend who bought it off of Ebay. It had ended up in Massachusetts! It has the names and death dates of many civil war (and a few 1812) veterans for Montgomery township, Jennings County. It is a small treasure of history and I for one am glad it has been reclaimed!
The sections below are in Adobe Acrobat PDF format. A free viewer for these files is available for download here: http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html
An alternate page has been provided where each
page is available as an individual jpg here: JPEG
The sections below are provided in order to assist downloading.
Sections are rearranged (out of page order but in a more logical order)
No page 12, No pages 15-16 No pages 18-27 No pages 37-38 No pages 41-47 No pages 60-63
Pages 48-59: Soldiers Enlisting in
Montgomery Township, Jennings County - partial listing when left
service and where buried:
Soliders_Enlisting - Montgomery_Township_Jennings_County.pdf
Pages 28-36: Deceased Members and Where
Pages 1 - 14: Cemeteries with Veterans:
Cemeteries with Veterans.pdf
Pages 17 and 178: Regimental to Cavalry Key
and Cavalry to Regimental Key :
Pages 39-40: Deceased Pensioners by Sept 18,
Pages 64-69: Deceased Pensioners (no
Obituary: Nixon Thomas 1841- Nixon Thomas Obituary.pdf
Sections of photo of Civil War veterans taken on the Jennings County Courthouse lawn on September 1919: Company A, 93rd Indiana Volunteers - unidentified individuals. If you know who someone is please let me know.