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Conflict Period:
Civil War (Union) 1
Branch:
Army 1
Rank:
PVT 1
Birth:
Feb 1841 1
Putnam County, Indiana, USA 1
Death:
16 Apr 1906 1
Reelsville, Putnam, Indiana, USA 1
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Full Name:
Squire Samuel Fellows 1
Full Name:
Squire S Fellows 2
Also known as:
Samuel Fellows 1
Birth:
Feb 1841 1
Putnam County, Indiana, USA 1
Death:
16 Apr 1906 1
Reelsville, Putnam, Indiana, USA 1
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Civil War (Union) 1

Branch:
Army 1
Rank:
PVT 1
Enlistment Date:
12 Sep 1861 1
Enlistment Location:
IN 1

Civil War (Union) 2

Branch:
Army 2
Company:
F 2
Discharge Rank:
Pvt 2
Enlistment Rank:
Pvt 2
Military Unit:
11th Veteran Reserve Corps 2

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Co. A 27th Ind. Inf. Was shot in the head and a silver plate put in his head. Bro. of J. W. Fellows. This was on the findagrave.com memorial page for him.

His family; father Warner William Fellows, mother Charlotte Howe, siblings; Charlotte, William, John Watson, Elizabeth, Lucinda C., George Henry, Louisa, Winfield, Florence, Erwin.

Married Mar 10 1870 to Mary J "Harriman" Fellows Pope. Children; John Austin Bunyan Fellows, Jason P Fellows, Charlotte Lotte Fellows, Harrison Fellows, Frank Fellows.

Married Feb 15 1890 to Mrs. Anna Elizabeth "East" McVey Fellows. Children with her; Sarah F Fellows, Alpherate Fellows, James Oliver Fellows, Susie Fellows.

His step-children; Isaac Ike McVey, Robert C. McVey, Frances L. McVey, Clara J. McVey.

Squire Samuel Fellows

My  4th G. Grandmother was the daughter of John Fellows, Samuels older brother of two years.   They both responded to the call to service at the same time. Co A, Indiana Infantry.

About 3 months into the battle John was killed and  as I understand from stories handed down over the years, Samuel was wounded in battle, shot in the head and fortunate enough to have survived.

 I'm very proud of them both for their service to their country and Stepping up in our time of need.

L. Davies

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