Indiana Regiments at Franklin

List of all Indiana Regiments at Franklin
By organization at Franklin

4th U.S.  Cavalry.
Maj-Gen. James H. Wilson. 5th Division, B-Gn. Edward Hatch. 1st Brigade, Col. Robert R. Stewart, 11th Indiana Cav.

Maj-Gen. James H. Wilson. 6th Division, B-Gn.Richard W. Johnson. 2nd Brigade, Col. James Biddle, 6th Indiana Cav.

Infantry

4th Corps.

Maj-Gen. David F. Stanley.  1st Division, BG Nathan Kimball.

  • 1st Brigade – Col. Isaac M. Kirby
    31st and 81st Indiana
    Also: 21st and 38th Illinois, 90th and 101st Ohio
  • 2nd Brigade – BG Walter C. Whittaker
    35th Indiana
    Also: 96th and 115th Illinois, 21st and 23rd KY, 40th, 45th and 51st Ohio
  • 3rd Brigade – BG William Grose
    9th, 30th, 36th, 84th Indiana regiments
    Also: 75th, 80th and 84th Illinois, 77th PA

Maj-Gen. David F. Stanley.  2nd Division, BG George D. Wagner

  • 2nd Brigade – Col. John Q. Lane
    40th and 57th Indiana
    Also: 100th Illinois, 28th KY, 26th and 97th Ohio

Maj-Gen. David F. Stanley. 3rd Division, BG Thomas J. Wood

  • 1st Brigade – Col. Abel D. Streight
    51st Indiana
    Also: 89th Illinois, 8th Kansas, 15th and 49th Ohio
  • 3rd Brigade – Col. Frederick Knefler
    79th and 86th Indiana
    Also: 13th and 19th Ohio

23rd Corps.

Maj-Gen. Jacob D. Cox.  2nd Division, BG Thomas H. Ruger

  • 2nd Brigade – Col. Orlando H. Moore
    80th and 129th Indiana
    Also: 107th Illinois, 23rd Mich., 24th MO., 111th and 118th Ohio

Maj-Gen. Jacob D. Cox.  3rd  Division, BG James A. Reilly

  • 2nd Brigade – Col. John S. Casement
    65th and 124th Indiana
    Also: 65th Illinois, 103rd Ohio, 5th TN
  • 3rd Brigade – Col. Israel N. Stiles
    63rd, 120th and 128th Indiana
    Also: 112th Illinois and 1st Ohio Battery D (at Fort Granger)

One thought on “Indiana Regiments at Franklin

  1. Mr. McNutt,

    My great-grandfather, Pvt. Angus Marshall Vandyke, was in Co I, 13th Tennessee Infantry at Franklin. Corporal Willey Crook, also of Co. I captured the battle flag of the 57th Indiana. I am trying to determine the location where the flag was captured in order to trace the movements of the 13th. Do you have any information on this? Thanks and great blog!
    David

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