George W. Parsons Papers

George W. Parsons Papers, 1859-1914, M0224

Indiana Historical Society

George W. Parsons (b. ca. 1845) was from Hagerstown, Wayne County, Indiana served as a private (later 1stlieutenant) in Company I of the 57th Indiana Infantry. Parsons was also a prisoner in Andersonville for a time.  At the time of the 1860 census, Parsons lived at home with his family, where his father, Amos, farmed.  Parsons reappears in the 1880 census at the age of 36 and living in Hagerstown with a wife and four children and working as a butcher. 

Transcribed by Barbara Anderson, January 2015 

Proofed and corrected by M. Ellis, February 2015

Indiana Historical Society


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ID Letter Date Author Recipient From To
15372 Parsons1 May 1, 1863 George W Pasons Amos Parsons Murfreesboro, Rutherford County, TN Hagerstown, Wayne County, IN

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