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Muster Roll of 71st Indiana Infantry in the Civil War (1862)

Contributed by Wabash Valley Genealogy Society

Source: Handwritten muster rolls that were discovered in Terre Haute. The source is not known - some of the names on these muster rolls vary from what is listed on the Indiana Adjutant General's official report. The men on these muster rolls come from various counties in Indiana, including Clay, Greene, Parke, Sullivan and Vigo.

The 71st Indiana Infantry was created in 1862 and had a traumatic history before it became the 6th Indiana Cavalry in 1863 - read a brief history of the regiment from the Indiana Adjutant General's report.

NOTE: These are scanned files. They are in PDF format and require the free Adobe Acrobat Reader in order to open them.




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