David Apgar Papers S 30 1864-1865 1 folder
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Processed by: Jennifer Duplaga, February 2005
David Apgar was born around 1841 in Miami County, OH. He was the son of Peter and Elizabeth Apgar. By 1860, he had moved to Sugar Creek, Boone County, IN, where he worked on the farm of Matthew Bigger. On May 7, 1861, Apgar enlisted in the 17th Indiana Regiment, Co. B. After having served three years, he re-enlisted in the Veterans Corps. He served until the end of the Civil War and was discharged on August 8, 1865. Apgar died at Bunker Hill, IN in July 1900
Scope and Content Note:
This collection contains the Civil War discharge papers for David Apgar.
3 Jan. 1864
Discharge papers for David Apgar, from the 17th Indiana Regiment, Co. B
8 Aug. 1865
Discharge papers for David Apgar, from the 17th Indiana Regiment, Co. B, Veterans corps
|Size of Collection:||1 folder|
|Provenance:||Indiana State Museum, Indianapolis, IN, 13 July 1961|
|Reproduction Rights:||Permission to reproduce, exhibit, or publish material in this collection must be obtained from the Manuscript Section, Indiana State Library.|
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