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Mexican War

-Mexican- American War Index-

If anyone knows of Mex-Amer War soldiers of the area or good links for this war, PLEASE let me know :) kbz

Write-up about Indiana in the war

Listing of those in Co K. 1st Indiana (when mustered, rank ...)


Indian Creek Cemetery, Brown Township, near Browns Valley, Indiana
  • Alexander Moore

Maple Ridge Cemetery, Brown Township, Waveland, Indiana
  • Jacob Oldshue
  • Peter K. Smith

New Richmond Cemetery
  • Mahlon Jackson Mason - born 21 Mar 1816 died 23 Feb 1884

Waveland Presbyterian Cemetery
  • Casper Budd (Colonel)


Source: Crawfordsville Weekly Journal, 1 March 1895 ST. LOUIS Globe-Democrat:

It is a curious fact that a Democratic Congress has fixed the minimum pension of soldiers of the civil war at $6 per month, and that of soldiers of the Mexican war at $12 per month. It is proper to add that a large majority of the former are Republicans, while most of the latter are not.


BRYANT, Col. Robert E. - this one is so long, here's a link to it and thanks muches to Kim H

Source: Crawfordsville Journal July 26, 1920
Distribution of medals to men who served on the Mexican border will be made by the war department. Application blanks for this purpose have been received in Crawfordsville by EF Otto. A bronze medal with a distinctive ribbon will be issued to those who took an actgive part in the Mexican campaign. Other types of medals will be issued to those who served wit hthe US Army on the boarder but were not called into action. A meeting of the former members of Company C, 2nd Indiana Infantry will be held at the courthouse next Thursday night when application blanks may be secured = kbz


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