Christopher Jordan


 

Basic Facts

Birth: unknown

Date of Enlistment:  September 1861

Date of Discharge:  January 7, 1862

Reason for Discharge: Disability

Rank at Discharge:  Private

 

Family and Personal Background

Unknown.

 

Wartime Experience

Christopher enlisted in the 36th Indiana in September 1861. He died on January 7, 1862.

It is likely that Christopher was one of the many who became sick during the winter of 1861-62 at New Haven, Kentucky and Camp Wickliffe.  Two other men from Company F died during that time and several others were discharged for physical disability.

 

Post-war Life

He left behind his wife Margaret and son Munsey. They both applied for a pension (widow pension #14851, minor pension #138671, minor certificate #93076).

 

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Sources Consulted:

  • National Archives and Records Administration. Civil War Pension Index: General Index to Pension Files, 1861-1934 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2000.
    Original data: General Index to Pension Files, 1861-1934. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration. T288, 546 rolls.
  • The Story of the Marches, Battles and Incidents of the 36th Regiment Indiana Volunteer Infantry by William Grose (1891).
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Nathan Danner


 

Basic Facts

Birth: unknown

Date of Enlistment:  September 1861

Date of Discharge:  January 7, 1862

Reason for Discharge: Death

Rank at Discharge:  Private

 

Family and Personal Background

Unknown.

 

Wartime Experience

Nathan enlisted with the 36th Indiana in September 1861. He died on January 7, 1862.

It is likely that he was one of the many who became sick during the winter of 1861-62 at New Haven, Kentucky and Camp Wickliffe.  Two other men from Company F died during that time and several others were discharged for physical disability.


 

Post-war Life

None.

 

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Sources Consulted:

  • The Story of the Marches, Battles and Incidents of the 36th Regiment Indiana Volunteer Infantry by William Grose (1891).