Samuel Anglemeyer
S 29
1 folder

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Revised by: Jennifer Duplaga, November 2004

Biographical Note:

Samuel Anglemeyer was born around 1844 in Mahoning County, Ohio, the son of Solomon and Catherine Anglemeyer.  The family moved to Indiana in the mid- 1850s.  On October 10, 1861, Anglemeyer mustered into the 47th Indiana Infantry, Company F.  At the end of his enlistment on December 15, 1863, he reenlisted for additional years with the 47th Indiana Veterans Infantry, Company F.  He remained until the regiment was mustered out on October 23, 1865.  At the end of the war, Anglemeyer returned to Huntington, Indiana, where he worked as a carpenter. 

 Scope and Content Note:

This collection contains the Civil War papers of Samuel Anglemeyer.  Included are Anglemeyer’s two discharge papers from the 47th Indiana Infantry, Company F.  This collection also contains a postcard from the Department of the Interior, Bureau of Pensions acknowledging receipt of his pension application, as well as a letter from the same agency requesting a copy of Anglemeyer’s birth certificate.

Item Listing:

Folder 1.

15 Dec. 1863

Civil War discharge paper

23 Oct. 1865

Civil War discharge paper

8 Feb. 1912

Postcard from the Department of the Interior

13 Feb. 1912

ALS from the Department of the Interior to Samuel Anglemeyer


Collection Information:

Size of Collection: 1 folder
Collection Dates: 1863-1912
Provenance: Ann Loper, Des Moines, Iowa, 20 November 1961
Restrictions: None
Reproduction Rights: Permission to reproduce, exhibit, or publish material in this collection must be obtained from the Manuscript Section, Indiana State Library.
Alternate formats: None
Related Holdings: None
Notes: None

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