Note H00109 Index
My mother, Virginia Dezell, stated that Henry was killed in the battle of Stones River. (This is also stated in his younger brother, William's obituary) She has toured the battlesite at Stones River and has pictures of the tombstone of Henry. He is in Section G, grave 2833. Battle of Stones River was December 30-31, 1862 and January 1-3, 1863. Henry was killed on January 2, 1863.
Henry was in the 31st Indiana Regiment (Infantry), Company "F". He fought at Battle of Shiloh on April 6-7, 1862 and then the seige of Corinth, MS (April 20-May 30, 1862). Was with Buell's Campaign in
Northern Alabama and Middle Tennessee (June to August). Battle of Perryville (October 8). Destruction of Goose Creek Sale Works (October 23-24). Duty at Nashville until December when they advanced of Murphreesboro and engaged in the Battle of Stones River where he was killed.
9/2001 Henry's Middle initial "D" comes from Dennis Maxwell gedcom file
Birth Date per 1850 Wayne County, OH census (Microfile #M432-740- page 753)
Note H00110 Index
Assume from Lee Judd's notes that family was from Pennsylvania and migrated through NC on the way to Indiana.
Death certificate of Martha Stines Lehman stated that Soloman Stines birth place was Kentucky; and mother, Barbara Gross' birthplace was Kentucky.
Solomon was living in Martin County, Indiana for 1860 census. See Monroe County, Indiana 1830 census.
Note H00111 Index
Farmer of Anna Precinct
Note H00112 Index
Died of a disease contracted late in the war and died 1863/64 at his home.
Note H00113 Index
Per Sharon Inskip notes....information on death date and marriage are possibly right, not definite.
Note H00114 Index
1/99 Sharon Inskip's notes - John experienced the many hardships and deprivations common to the pioneer and in consequence of the same was deprived of the advantages of receiving an education. He had three brothers who served in the late war and were in many hard fought battles, yet not one of them was wounded. He owns 250 acres of good land, was the first Director of the first free school in Union County, Illinois and served for about eighteen years. It was a log school house in Section 23 of Meisenheimer Township. Mr. and Mrs. Hileman are members of St. John's Lutheran Church.
Note H00115 Index
1/99 Sharon Inskip's notes - Although no scholar himself, Alfred did a great deal for the common schools in his township, teaching school and becoming Township Trustee. He owns eighty acres of land and has an interest in his father's land. Mr. & Mrs. Heilman are members of German Reformed Church. He is a wide-awake business man and a democrat.
Note H00116 Index
Information comes from g-g-ggrandaughter of Samuel and Julia Ann (Sacre) Waggoner.
Barbara Weaver August 27, 2000
Mary E. Waggoner, daughter of Samuel and Julia Ann (Sacre) Waggoner (1850 Gallatin County KY Census) and sister to William Michael Waggoner, married John Level, June 26, 1854 (taken from microfilm) and he must have died and she remarried Augustus Bladen on December 18, 1871 and then her daughter, Ann Mary Level, married Francis M. Hessong/Hussong on March 16, 1875 (I believe this came from Pease Abstracts)
Ann May (Level) Hussong would be my husband's grandfather, Oscar Charles Wagners first cousin.
Note H00572 Index
Married at All Saints Parish
Note H00117 Index
1/99 Sharon Inskip's notes - Jacob had but a few chances to acquire even the rudiments of an education, as his services were needed on the farm, where he assisted his aged parent to provide for the family wants. Although no scholar, he is a splendid farmer, and owns 382 acres of land. In politics he is a democrat.