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William Henry McCarty to Lewis Wallace

As governor, Wallace offered amnesty to many men involved in the Lincoln County War. In the process he met with the outlawed William Henry McCarty, also known as Billy the Kid. On March 17, 1879, the pair arranged that the Kid would act as an informant and testify against others involved in the Lincoln County War, and, it has been claimed, that in return the Kid would be "scot free with a pardon in [his] pocket for all [his] misdeeds

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Lewis Wallace to Battle Of Shiloh

Wallace's most controversial command came at the Battle of Shiloh

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Lewis Wallace to Abraham Lincoln

Wallace first met Abraham Lincoln after the Mexican War, and his admiration for the fellow lawyer contributed to Wallace's decision to join the Republican Party. Wallace was then part of the military tribunal ordered by then-President Andrew Johnson on May 1, 1865 that tried those involved with Lincoln's Assassination

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Lewis Wallace to David R Clendenin

Two of 9 members of the military commission that tried and convicted the Lincoln conspirators

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Lewis Wallace to Lewis Wallace

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David R Clendenin to 8th Illinois Cavalry Regiment

Clendenin was one of 9 members of the military commission that tried and convicted the Lincoln conspirators.

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Samuel Maxwell to 8th Illinois Cavalry Regiment

Vet. Died, Andersonville, July 13, 1864. Gr. 3280

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Alpheus Clark to 8th Illinois Cavalry Regiment

Major Alpheus Clark Died July 6, 1863

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William A Elliott to 11th Regiment Illinois Volunteer Cavalry

DIED FEB 1, 1864 AT CAMP BUTLER ILL

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Frank Alden to 11th Regiment Illinois Volunteer Cavalry

Died, Camp Butler, Mar 1, 1865

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George P Chappell to 11th Regiment Illinois Volunteer Cavalry

DIED MAR 15, 1862 AT PITTSBURG LANDING TENN

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James F Johnson to 11th Regiment Illinois Volunteer Cavalry

Died at Pittsburg Landing, Tenn., May 22, 1862

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Maurice Dee to 11th Regiment Illinois Volunteer Cavalry

KILLED BY ACCIDENTAL SHOT FROM PISTOL NOV 16, 1864 AT VICKSBURG MISS

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Aquilla J Davis to 11th Regiment Illinois Volunteer Cavalry

He was wounded at the Battle of Shiloh, and was promoted to Captain for meritorious service, his promotion being followed by others until the close of the war, when he was mustered out at Memphis in 1865 with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel.

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Aquilla J Davis to Battle Of Shiloh

He was wounded at the Battle of Shiloh, and was promoted to Captain for meritorious service, his promotion being followed by others until the close of the war, when he was mustered out at Memphis in 1865 with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel.

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Walter Whitman to Robert G Ingersoll

Ingersoll enjoyed a friendship with the poet Walt Whitman, who considered Ingersoll the greatest orator of his time. "It should not be surprising that I am drawn to Ingersoll, for he is 'Leaves of Grass' ... He lives, embodies, the individuality, I preach. I see in Bob [Ingersoll] the noblest specimen—American-flavored—pure out of the soil, spreading, giving, demanding light.

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Robert G Ingersoll to Arlington National Cemetery

Robert Green "Bob" Ingersoll (August 11, 1833 – July 21, 1899) was a lawyer, a Civil War veteran, political leader, and orator of United States during the Golden Age of Freethought, noted for his broad range of culture and his defense of agnosticism. He was nicknamed "The Great Agnostic". Ingersoll's ashes are interred in Arlington National Cemetery

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Robert G Ingersoll to Lucine H Kerr

Commanders Colonel Robert Green Ingersoll - resigned June 30, 1863 after his capture on December 18, 1862 at the Battle of Lexington, Tennessee and subsequent parole. Colonel Lucien H. Kerr - mustered out December 19, 1864. Colonel Otto Funke - mustered out with the regiment.

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Robert G Ingersoll to Otto Funk

Commanders Colonel Robert Green Ingersoll - resigned June 30, 1863 after his capture on December 18, 1862 at the Battle of Lexington, Tennessee and subsequent parole. Colonel Lucien H. Kerr - mustered out December 19, 1864. Colonel Otto Funke - mustered out with the regiment.

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Robert G Ingersoll to 11th Regiment Illinois Volunteer Cavalry

Commanders Colonel Robert Green Ingersoll - resigned June 30, 1863 after his capture on December 18, 1862 at the Battle of Lexington, Tennessee and subsequent parole. Colonel Lucien H. Kerr - mustered out December 19, 1864. Colonel Otto Funke - mustered out with the regiment.

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