The 84th Indiana was in Grouse’s Brigade, Kimball’s Division at Franklin. I acquired this Strength Report of the 84th Indiana for March 1864 not too long ago.
The goldmine is in the bottom third of the document. The writer details copies notes about numerous 84th men and what their status is.
For example, Cpl William Pittengen is a deserter; he lists men in the hospitals in Nashville, mentions name after name of soldiers (e.g., Rufus Taylor, David Mohler, Francis Wincett, Col Champion, Benton Skinner, Capt John C Taylor, 1st Lt Mcclure who is detached to Fort Granger by order of Gen Gordon Granger. Many more soldier’s names are listed.
The 84th helped construct Fort Granger in Franklin from March-May 1863. The 84th mustered in at Richmond, Indiana.
It was assigned to the 2nd brigade, 1st division, 4th Army Corps about Feb 1864.
The detail in the document is relevant in getting a better handle on the strength of the 84th Indiana following their action Chickamauga and Chattanooga in late 1863, then at Buzzard’s Roost, GA in late February 1864.
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