Jacob Bray
(Died 5 May 1871)

70th Indiana Volunteer Regiment, Company D. Enlisted 6 Aug. 1862; honorably discharged 8 June 1865, Washington, DC; buried in Hebron Indiana Cemetery.

Edward and Vanessa Bray had 10 children of which 6 were males of prime age in the Civil War era. Richard, John, William, Jacob, David and Thomas in order of eldest to youngest.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CPl. Wesley William Day

70th Indiana Volunteer Regiment, Company F. Enlisted 4 Aug. 1862; honorably discharged 8 June 1865, Washington, DC.

Photo Courtesy of William M. Day

WESLEY W. DAY, an agriculturist residing on section 17, Ridge Township, Dickinson County, where he has made his home for sixteen years, claims Indiana as the State of his nativity. For more of Mr. Day's biography: GoHere

Provided by Sheryl McClure for Dickinson County, KS

Wesley William Day

Photo courtesy William M. Day

Burial Site: Abilene, Kansas

Photo courtesy William M. Day

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

James White
First Sergeant
Company E
70th Indiana Volunteer Infantry

Provided by Gregg Vaughn

 

James White is buried in Springdale Cemetery
Madison, Indiana

Provided by Gregg Vaughn

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

William M. Dunlap
Private
Company G

WILLIAM DUNLAP

To Whom It May Concern,

Know ye, that William Dunlap, a Private of Captain Parker L. Carson's Company, __________, 70th Regiment of Indiana Infantry Volunteers who was enrolled on the nineteenth day of July one thousand eight hundred and Sixty-Two to serve three years or during the war, is hereby discharged from the service of the United States, this Eighth day of June 1865, at near Washington D.C. by reason of _________ A.G. May 20, 1865 No objection to his being re-enlisted is known to exist *.

Said William Dunlap was born in Clermont County in the state of Ohio, is nineteen years of age, six feet __ inches high, light complexion, blue eyes, light hair and by occupation when enrolled, a farmer. Given at near Washington D.C. this eighth day of June 1865.

Signed by ________ Bucher

*This sentence will be erased should there be anything in the conduct or physical condition of the soldier rendering him unfit for the Army. A.G.O. No. 99.

(Signed) Parker L. Carson, Capt. Commanding Co.

Transcribed by Brenda Foutch

Submitted by Debbie K. Young

The original document is in custody of Butch Hogan

Copy of the original discharge document.

Provided by Debbie Young Harris

Private Dunlap is buried in the Old Stone Bluff Cemetery, Wagoner County, OK
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