7th Indiana Infantry Regiment

Commander: ??
Companies are listed below regimental information.

21-27 Apr 1861: Organized at Indianapolis, Ind
2 Aug 1861: Mustered Out
Killed in Action: 1 Enlisted   Died of Disease: 2 Enlisted   Total Loss 3

29 May: Left State for West Virginia
1 Jun: At Grafton, W. Va
3 Jun: Attached to Kelly's Command
         Action at Phillipi

Organized at Indianapolis, Ind and mustered in on 13 Sep 1861
Non-Veterans mustered out 20 Sep 1864
Veterans and Recruits transferred to 19th Indiana Infantry 23 Sep 1864.
Killed in Action or Mortally Wounded: 8 Officers; 108 Enlisted
Died of Disease: 2 Officers; 111 Enlisted   Total Loss: 229
Ordered to Cheat Mountain, W. VA Sep 1861
Duty in Cheat Mountain District to Dec 1861
Attached to Cheat Mountain Dist. to Jan 1862
Action at Greenbrier  3-4 Oct
Scouting Expedition through the
    Kanawha District  27 Oct -7 Nov
Expedition to Camp Baldwin  11-14 Dec
3rd Brigade, Landers' Division,
Army of the Potomac to Mar 1862
Moved to Green Springs Run  18 Dec,
and duty there till March 1862
3rd Brigade, Shields' 2nd Division,
Bank's 5th Army Corp, and
Dept of the Shenandoah to May 1862
Advance on Winchester  5-13 March
Middletown  18 March
Battle of Winchester  22-23 March
Mt. Jackson  25March
Occupation of Mt. Jackson  17 April
4th Brigade, Shields' Division,
Dept. of the Rappahannock to June 1862
March to Fredericksburg VA,  12-21 May
Return to Front Royal  25-30 May
Burner's Springs, near Front Royal  31 May
4th Brigade, 2nd Division, 3rd Army Corps,
Army of Virginia to September 1862
Battle of Port Republic  9 Jun
March to Cloud's Mills, near Alexandria,
   10-26 Jun, and duty there till 24 Jul
Pope's Campaign in N. Virginia  6 Aug-2 Sep
Fords of the Rappahannock  21-23 Aug
Thoroughfare Gap  28 Aug
Battles of Groveton  29 Aug
Bull Run  30 Aug
2nd Brigade, 1st Division, 1st Army Corps,
Army of the Potomac to March 1864
2nd Brigade, 4th Division, 5th Army Corps,
Army of the Potomac to April 1864
Maryland Campaign  6-22 Sep
Battles of South Mountain MD  14 Sep
Antietam  16-17 Sep
Virginia Campaign
Movement to Falmouth VA  29 Oct-17 Nov
Battle of Fredericksburg VA  12-15 Dec
"Mud March"  20-24 Jan 1863
At Falmouth VA  till 17 Apr
Expedition to Mattox Creek  12-14 Feb
Chancellorsville Campaign  27 Apr-6 May
Operations at Pollock's Mill Crk 29 Apr-2 May
Fitzhugh's Crossing  29-30 Apr
Battle of Chancellorsville  2-5 May
Gettysburg PA Campaign  11 Jun-24 Jul
Battle of Gettysburg  1-3 Jul
Duty on line of Rappahannock and
    Rapidan to Oct 1863
Bristoe Campaign  9-22 Oct
Advance to line of the Rappahannock  7-8 Nov
Mine Run Campaign  26 Nov-2 Dec
Demonstration on the Rapidan  6-7 Feb 1864
1st Brigade, 4th Division, 5th Army Corps,
Army of the Potomac to Aug 1864
3rd Brigade, 3rd Division, 5th Army Corps,
Army of the Potomac to Sep 1864
Campaign from the Rapidan
to the James River  4 May-15 Jun

Battles of the Wilderness  5-7 May
Laurel Hill  8 May
Spotsylvania  8-12 May
Spotsylvania Court House  12-21 May
Assault on the Salient  12 May
North Anna River  23-26 May
Jericho Ford  23 May
On line of the Pamunkey  26-28 May
Totopotomoy  28-31 May
Cold Harbor  1-12 June
Bethesda Church  1-3 June
Before Petersburg  16-18 June
Siege of Petersburg  16 Jun-20 Sep
Weldon R. R.  18-21 Aug

Source: A Compendium of the War of the Rebellion by Frederick H. Dyer. Copyright, 1908.


NASH, I. M.    PVT
died: 23 Jun 1864
bd: City Point Nat'l Cemetery, Hopewell VA


ALLEN, N. M. C.    PVT
died: 19 Jun 1864
bd: City Point Nat'l Cemetery, Hopewell VA


born: 24 Jun 1841 Union Twp, Johnson Co, IN
died: 24 Mar 1918 Indianapolis, Marion Co, IN
bd: 1st Mt. Pleasant Baptist Cemetery
      Franklin, Johnson Co., IN
HAMILTON, Peter Luyster    PVT
born: 31 Jan 1821 Mercer Co, KT
captured - taken to Andersonville Prison
died: 6 Sep 1864 from disease: scorbutus
bd: Andersonville National Cemetery
     Macon GA


died: 7 Jul 1864 from disease: diarrhea
bd: Andersonville National Cemetery
     Macon GA

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