Michigan Military Records: The D.A.R. of Michigan Historical Collections: Records of the Revolutionary Soldiers Buried in Michigan; the Pensioners of Territorial Michigan; and the Soldiers of Michigan Awarded the "medal of Honor"
Michigan historical commission, 1920 - Michigan - 244 pages
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1st Lieut 2nd Lieut 47th Ohio inf Act of Congress Acts of military Adrian Alexander Macomb Ann Arbor Annual allowance $96.00 April army awarded Medal battle began Apr Born Brevet brigade Capt captain captured cavalry cemetery Colls colonel colors command Congress passed June Congress passed Mar Congressional Medal Cutcheon Data recorded Detroit Died enemy enemy's Enlisted flag grave marked Henry Hist increased under Acts Inscribed under Act Jackson James John Jonathan Joseph July July 29 June 15 Kalamazoo Knoxville Later residence Macomb County Married Medal of Honor Michigan military establishment Mustered note:—See numbers Oakland County Pension began 1st Pension began Mar Pension Roll Pensioners of Territorial Placed on Pension Pontiac regiment Revolution Revolutionary Service:—Enlisted Revolutionary Soldiers Buried Sarah Sept sergeant Service:—Connecticut continental line Spottsylvania Surgeon Tenn U. S. infantry volunteers Washtenaw County Wayne County William Wounded in action