Friday, April 13, 2012

Joseph W. Garrison, Indiana.

Joseph W. Garrison, was born January 18, 1838, and died on December 31, 1908, served three years in Company H., Thirty-Seventh Indiana Volunteer Infantry.  Battles: Stone's River, Murfreesboao, Chickamauga, Peachtree Creek, Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain, Missionary Ridge, Kenesaw Mountain, and Picket Hill.  He was also engaged in the Atlanta campanign and in many minor engagements.  Becoming sick in the latter part of the war, he was assigned to the commissary Department and was connected till he was mustered out of service.
On February 16, 1865 he married Martha E. Tanner.

Civil War.

Record Series: Military Records
Collection: Civil War
County: Statewide
Referencenumber: CIV067273
Accession Number: 1938001
Party: Name: Joseph W. Garrison
Age: 23
Date Enrolled: 1861/09/18
Where Enrolled: Lawrenceburg, Indiana
Regiment: 37
Company: H
Discharge Date:
Notes: Transferred of Veterans Reserve Corps January 15, 1864.

Joseph W. Garrison.

Birth: Jan. 19, 1838.
Death: Dec. 31, 1908, Greensburg, Decatur County, Indiana.

Son of David and Mary (Fugit) Garrison.
Father: David Garrison (1801 - 1872.)
Mother: Mary H. Fugit Garrison (1804 - 1885.)
Wife: Martha Ellen Tanner Garrison (1840 - 1923.)
Children: Zana M. Garrison (1872 - 1878.)
Note. It seems they had another daughter, Minnie Melissa Garrison, married Edgar Tipton Roszell, on December 6, 1905.
Burial: South Park Cemetery, Greensburg, Decatur County, Indiana.

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