George W. Lamb Crawfordsville
William Marks Crawfordsville
George W. Riley – Crawfordsville – Dishonorably discharged 1/25/63 – * THIS IS UNTRUE, Lt. RILEY RESIGNED AND WAS DISCHARGED FOR HEALTH REASONS *
William M. Graham Crawfordsville
William B. Kennedy Crawfordsville
William Marks Crawfordsville
John T. Harvey Crawfordsville
NOTE: All enlisted men in Company E are listed as being from Montgomery County, no towns were given on roster.
Graham, William M.
McConnel, Joseph W.
Moliere, Thomas Deserted at Murfreesboro 1/15/63
Harvey. John T.
Ollman, James H.N.
Burcham, Harrison D. Deserted at Chattanooga 4/30/64
Greay, William F.
Walker, Fredrick Transferred to Non-Commissioned Staff
Dent, Samuel F.
Gilbert, Robert B. Killed Missionary Ridge 11/25/63
Cowan, William Deserted 8/18/62
Gibe, John J. Veteran; Transferred to 17th Regiment 5/30/64
Kennedy, Joseph W.
Ammerman, George Died 10/17/61
Anderson, Richard H. Deserted at Louisville 10/2/62
Barrett, James H.
Beal, Henry Wounded at Stones River
Bennet, Thomas J.
Belto, Joseph F. Wounded at Stones River
Boewrs, Solomon Died wounds received at Missionary Ridge 11/26/63
Bolser, George W. Deserted at Louisville 10/2/62
Burnett, Abraham Died 12/17/61
Burrows, James Veteran; Transferred to 17th Regiment 5/30/64
Campbell, William H.
Charles, Marion Appointed Corporal
Cooley, Silas Died wounds received at Missionary Ridge 12/17/63
Crewce, Pleasant Transferred to 4th U.S. Cavalry 12/5/62
Creek, William B. Died wounds received at Missionary Ridge 11/26/63
Crew, Charles P.
Dryden, William H. Appointed Sergeant
Ellis, Ashel B. Deserted at Chattanooga 4/30/64
Edwards, William Veteran; Transferred to 17th Regiment 5/30/64
Emmerson, Reuben Killed at Missionary Ridge 11/25/63
Evans, Thomas B.
Gardner, Daniel Deserted at Murfreesboro 1/13/63
Gundrum, Godfrey Appointed Commissary Sergeant
Hamilton, Joseph A.
Hammer, Fred Appointed Corporal
Hartman, William Veteran; Transferred to 17th Regiment 5/30/64
Hess, William L. Veteran; Transferred to 17th Regiment 5/30/64
Hill, James A. Died 1/17/62
Hill, Phillip Veteran; Transferred to 17th Regiment 5/30/64
Lakin, John T. Appointed Corporal
Leech, Francis M.
Long, John Veteran; Transferred to 17th Regiment 5/30/64
Linn, John W.
McCullough, William Deserted at Louisville 10/2/62
McCoy, George W. Deserted 8/18/62
McDonald, Thomas Died 9/14/61
Mercer, Henry H.
Miller, Etto J.
Mowery, Christian B.
Moore, William F. Died; Wounds received at Stones River
Nettleton, Daniel W. Transferred to Company C; Promoted to 2nd Lieutenant
O’Daniel, George W. Died 12/8/62
Oliver, Joseph E.
Osborne, Commodore F. Deserted 7/1/62
Perry, Albert Deserted at Nashville 3/16/62
Phillips, Sidney Deserted 10/19/62
Roberts, George W.
Sailors, Robert F. Died; Wounds received at Missionary Ridge 2/18/64
Schmall, John A. Killed at Stones River 12/31/62
Smith, Oliver P.
Smith, William B. Discharged; Wounds received at Stones River 4/18/63
Stockton, John D. Wounded at Stones River, Died at Libby Prison
Stephens, Edward P.
Sittinger, Adam Killed at Stones River 12/31/62
Stout, David Died 2/25/62
Staffen, Henry Killed at Stones River 12/31/62
Summers, Nathan Deserted at Nashville 3/16/62
Sweem, Tilghman A.H. Died 3/8/63
Tyson, John C. Died; Wounds received at Missionary Ridge 12/10/63
Upshaw, James Appointed Wagoner
Vancleve, William M.
Wall, Charles B. Deserted 11/7/62
Waltz, Fredrick Killed at Missionary Ridge 11/25/63
White, Albert M.
White, Andrew J. Veteran; Transferred to 17th Regiment 5/30/64
Wilson, Lorenzo Deserted at Louisville 12/9/61
Wilsey, George W. Appointed Sergeant
Winings, Benjamin L.
Williams, Emery Killed at Stones River 12/31/62
Woodbridge, Thos. Transferred to Company F 6/25/61
Gappin, Samuel Muster 12/20/63
McGrew, Milton Muster 3/14/62, Transferred to 17th Regiment 5/30/64
Robinson, Albert M. Muster 1/1/62 “ “ “
Showen, Daniel P. Muster 2/29/64 “ “ ”
Siebring, Jesse Muster 6/14/61, Deserted at Greensburg, Ind., 7/1/61
15TH INDIANA HISTORY
This regiment was organized at Lafayette in May 1861, for
state service and was reorganized for U. S. service in June,
for three years. It was mustered in June 14, left the state
July 1, for Clarksburg, W. Va., then marched to Rich Mountain,
which was reached during the progress of the battle on the
11th, and joined in the pursuit of the enemy, capturing many
It was stationed in Elk Water valley until Nov. 19, being
engaged in the repulse of Lee’s forces and at the battle of
Green Brier River. It joined Buell’s forces at Louisville,
participated at Shiloh, the siege of Corinth, took part in the
battle of Perryville, where Col. Wagner commanded the brigade,
and moved for Nashville in November. Col. Wagner was
appointed brigadier-general on Nov. 29, Lieut.-Col. Wood being
The regiment was in the battle of Stone’s River, losing 197,
killed and wounded. It remained at Murfreesboro until June
24, engaged in numerous expeditions, and at Tullahoma it aided
in turning the enemy’s left, compelling the evacuation of the
place. It was in camp at Pelham until Aug. 17, and then began
the advance on Chattanooga, its brigade being the first to
enter the place.
It participated in the Battle of Missionary Ridge, losing 202
in killed and wounded — over 60 per cent of those engaged.
It marched to the relief of Burnside at Knoxville and remained
there on severe duty until Feb. 1864, without baggage or
tents, poorly clad and half fed. Then it was on garrison duty
at Chattanooga until June 14.
Part of the regiment reenlisted in February, and the regiment
was mustered out at Indianapolis, June 16, the veterans and
recruits being transferred to the 17th. The original strength
of the 15th was 1,056. Gain by recruits, 89; reenlistments,
75; total, 1,220. Loss by death, 171, desertion, 115;
unaccounted for, 17.
Source: The Union Army, vol. 3