Lewis Harlan and David LockridgeCivil War Veterans
Both Lewis Harlan and David Lockridge are great grandparents of Clifford Harlan Hullnger and gggrandparents of Craig Harlan Hullinger. Marion E. Harlan, son of Lewis, and Minnie Lockridge Harlan, daughter of David Lockridge are the maternal grandparents of Clifford.
Harlan and Lockridge references in the History of Warren County, Iowa Published about 1879 Record of military service in the Civil War P. 557 - Lockridge, David enlisted Aug 20 (1962?) Discharged March 25, 1963 for disability. (Company H, 34th Infantry Regt). P. 557 Lockridge, Jos., enlisted Aug. 19 (1962) (Note - He was the son of David and may have been only about 15 when he enlisted which could explain why David enlisted the next day) P. 540 - Harlan, Nathan A. Wounded at Chickasaw Bayou, transferred to Invalid Company, (Company F, Fourth Infantry) P. 555 - Lewis Harlan, Second Corporal, Company D, 34th Infantry Regiment. - Harlan, George W. Private in same company P. 559 - When 34th was consolidated with the 38th George W. Harlan is listed as 4th Corporal P562. - Lockridge, Joseph is listed as a private in the consolidated Company E Records of residents by Township: P. 636 - (Belmont Township) Harlan, Lewis, farmer, Section 23; P.O. Felix; born August 7, 1923 in Warren County Ohio; parents moved to Pike County, Indiana in 1828, and to Peoria County, IL in 1836; here he lived until 1854, when he came to this county and settled were he now lives; he owns a farm of 120 acres, and the first house he built on it was of hay, straw and mud; helped to organize the township and voted at the first election; has been assessor; he enlisted in Co. D, 34 Infantry in August, 1862 as a private, and was promoted to Sergeant, Jan 5, 1963; he served to May 20, 1963, when he was discharged on account of injuries received in left arm, while in the line of duty; was in the battles of Haines' Bluff and Arkansas Post, and many other skirmishes; he was married October 8, 1846 to Evaline, daughter of Joseph Chapin, now a resident of this township; they have had ten children: Geo. E., Ruth, Joseph, John, Martha, Marion E., James, Infant, Willie, and Ray; Geo. E., John, James and Infant are deceased. P. 661 - (Jackson Twp.) Lockridge, Wm., farmer, Sec. 23; P.O. St. Mary's P. 669 - (Jefferson Twp.) Lockridge, Jacob, farmer, Sec. 1; P.O. Lothrop; is a native of Indiana; born Sept. 28, 1837, and lived with his parents till he came to this county in July, 1853; he was married to I. F. Simmons, a native of Iowa, May 22, 1859; they have a family of three children living; Samuel N., Aaron B., and Mary C.; one dead: Julia A.; he has held several township offices; owns a nicely improved farm of 154 acres. P. 669 - Lockridge, Joseph, farmer, Sec. 12; P.O. Lothrop P. 669 - Lockridge, David, Sec. 11; P.O. Lothrop P. 669 - Lockridge, M. P., farmer, Sec. 1; P.O. Lothrop P. 669 - Lockridge, Mrs. Mary P. (apparently mother of above) farmer, Sec. 1; P.O. Spring Hill; widow of Samuel Lockridge, who was born in West VirginiA, 1809, and lived there till September, 1834 when he emigrated to Henry County, Ind., and lived there four years, and then to Brown County, and lived there sixteen years; came from there to this county in 1853, in the summer, and lived on the same farm since; Mrs Lockridge was born in 1812, and married to Mr. L. in Virginia, in 1832, Dec. 9; have a family of nine children living; William, James, Jacob, David, Lucinda (wife of Wm. Simmons), Elizabeth (wife of James Hart), Catharine (wife of Charles B. Davidson), Mary J. (wife of Samuel T. Leap); Mr. Lockridge was killed by accident in a (saw) mill March 17,1866 P. 678 - Leap, S. T., farmer, Sec. 8; P. O. Spring Hill; born in Illinois, in the year 1853, and came with his parents to this county in March, 1868,and lived here till 1873 when he emigrated to California, returned to this county in September, 1876; he was married in this to Miss Susanna Lockridge, a native of this State; he owns an improved farm of eighty acres. P 718 - (Allen Twp) Lockridge, W. L., farmer, Sec 15; P.O. Carlisle
Grandfathers were Civil War Veterans.
Harlan, Lewis, age 39, nativity Ohio, enlisted Aug. 13, 1862 as Second Corporal Company D, 34th Iowa Infantry Regiment; promoted Third Sergeant Jan. 5, 1863, discharged for disability May 20, 1863, St. Louis, MO. Harlan, George W., age 27, nativity Illinois, enlisted Aug. 18, 1862, Company D, 34th Iowa Infantry Regiment, promoted Seventh corporal sixth corporal May, 1864. (Company B) Lockridge, David, age 21, nativity Indiana, enlisted Aug. 20, 1862 in Company H, 34th Iowa Infantry Regiment, discharged for disability March 25, 1863, St. Louis, MO. Lockridge, Joseph, age 20, nativity Indiana, enlisted Aug. 19, 1862 in Company H, 34th Iowa Infantry Regiment. (Company E), discharged for disability March 25, 1863, St. Louis, MO.
34th Iowa Infantry
- Roster, including the 34th Consolidated compiled by Heatherdawn,
- Isabell Frazier Haworth's Past Remembrance - A Gift of Love
- 34th Regiment Iowa Infantry ... mustered in at Burlington, Iowa October, 1862
- History of the 34th Regiment with rosters, etc. - Darlene Coover's site