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U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca.1775-2006 about G F Barnes Name: G F Barnes Service Info.: PVT US ARMY CIVIL WAR Death Date: 20 Jan 1862 Cemetery: New Albany National Cemetery Cemetery Address: 1943 Ekin Avenue New Albany, IN 47150 Buried At: Section D Site 2750

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1830 1
Ohio, USA 1
Death:
20 Jan 1862 1
New Haven, Nelson, Kentucky, United States 1
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Gabriel F Barnes 1
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Birth:
1830 1
Ohio, USA 1
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20 Jan 1862 1
New Haven, Nelson, Kentucky, United States 1
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Burial Place: New Albany National Cemetery New Albany Floyd County Indiana, USA Plot: , 2750 1
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Mother: Rhoda Ann Lee 1
Father: Adam Barnes 1
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Harriet Imes 1
14 Sep 1853 1
Collett, Indiana, United States 1
Spouse Death Date: 1912 1

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Pvt Gabriel F Barnes Army

U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca.1775-2006 about G F Barnes Name: G F Barnes Service Info.: PVT US ARMY CIVIL WAR Death Date: 20 Jan 1862 Cemetery: New Albany National Cemetery Cemetery Address: 1943 Ekin Avenue New Albany, IN 47150 Buried At: Section D Site 2750

U.S. Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles about Gabriel F Barnes Name: Gabriel F Barnes Residence: Indiana Enlistment Date: 30 Sep 1861 Rank at enlistment: Private State Served: Indiana Survived the War?: No Service Record: Enlisted in Company B, Indiana 34th Infantry Regiment on 30 Sep 1861.Mustered out on 24 Jan 1862 at New Haven, KY. Sources: Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Indiana

34th Regiment Indiana Infantry

34th Regiment Indiana Infantry From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (January 2008)

The 34th Regiment Indiana Infantry, also known as The Morton Rifles, was organized at Anderson, Indiana, and mustered in September 16, 1861

Contents Service Casualties

The Regiment lost during its service two Officers and 32 Enlisted men killed and mortally wounded. There were also 5 Officers and 204 Enlisted men who died by disease, for a total of 243. [1]

The last Hoosier casualty of the Civil War was a Hoosier {[2] Pvt John J Willimas} in the 34th who was taking part in an engagement in Texas in 1865.[1]

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  1. ^ Shelby L. Foote (1973). The Civil War:A Narrative III. Random House. pp. 1019–1020.
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