Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Hayden Ogden, 47th., Indiana.

Hayden Ogden.

Birth: Mar. 10, 1838.
Death: ???. 27, 1872.

Wife's: Charity Warner Ogden-Fites (1842 - 1925). Lucy Ann Loutzenhiser Brown (1846 - 1934).

Children: Charles Benton Ogden (1861 - 1945), George F Ogden (1864 - 1957), Allen W Ogden (1867 - 1951).

Burial: Crescent Heights Cemetery, Pleasant Hill (Pike County), Pike County, Illinois.

Service Record.

Enlisted October 20, 1862, at Wabash, Indiana, age 28.  Discharged September 30, 1863; Disabled.

Surgeon General Report.

CASE 839. Private Hayden Ogden, company I, 47th Indiana volunteers; age 24; admitted to the Marine hospital New Orleans, Louisiana, September 12, 1863, with paralysis of the left lower extremity. He stated that he was attacked with  a severe diarrhoea about ten months since, which lasted fur four mouths, when he lost both sensation and motion in his left thigh and leg; the diarrhoea continued for two months longer, when typhoid fever set in, from the effects of which he is still in a very prostrate condition. Strychnia was tried without benefit, and the patient was discharged the service on surgeons certificate of disability, October 8, 1863. Acting Assistant Surgeon Wm. Cleary.

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