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The following men of the seventh Indiana Cavalry were on the Sultana on the night of the explosion according to the regimental history there were about 30 men from the seventh on board however only ten are known. There is a very good and sad story on the explosion of the Sultana, by Thomas S. Cogley the book is called ( The History of the Seventh Indiana Cavalry), pages 184-187. This book can be found at the site of (E Books Open Library.)
Daniel W. Doner, Age 19, Co. E., Residerce New Corydon, Mustered in September 3, 1863.
John Q. Paxton, Co. E., Residence Camdon, Mustered in September 3, 1863.
William S. Corbin, Age 21, Co.G., Residence Marion County, Mustered in September 5, 1863.
Augusta Barrett, Co. K., Residence Marion County, Mustered in September 11, 1863.
Francis M. Elkins, Co. K., residence Jackson County, Mustered in September 11, 1863.
Costan Porter, Co. E., Residence Portland, Mustered in September 11, 1863.
William Thompson, Co. M., Residence Madison, Mustered in September 19, 1863.
William Barrick, Co. I., No info found on him.
Elisha Swords, Co. I., no info found on him.
Robert B. Armstrong, Co. I., no info found on him.
Authors note. Only the names were recorded in the regimental history, the rest of the information came from the Indiana State Archives.