Below is a roster of the 2 soldiers in the 80th Indiana whose last name began
with Q. This roster is arranged alphabetically by last name, then by first name. It
includes (where known) the: highest rank the soldier attained in the 80th; sub-unit (Field & Staff or specific
company) that he belonged to; where he resided at the time he joined the 80th; the date
he mustered (not enlisted) into the
80th; and a few brief remarks about his service in the 80th. Remarks listed in red indicate the soldier died or was killed while
serving in the 80th Indiana. Here are some other things you should know
before you use this roster.
- It is based on official State of Indiana records. Specifically the Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Indiana, 1861-1865, Volumes III,
IV, and VIII, (Indianapolis, Indiana, 1866). The Report lists all the soldiers assigned to the 80th Indiana at one time or another during its nearly 3-
year existence. It contains the most accurate information available. The original
Report is organized by rank, company, and regiment; the webmaster has transcribed the
80th's data into alphabetical order to make it easier to find a
- Beware of factual and spelling errors. Some have been
identified; others have not. Some errors result from mistakes made when the
official roster was transcribed; when identified these errors are corrected by the
webmaster. Other errors are present in the original official roster as
published by the State of Indiana; none of these errors have been corrected.
When an error in the official roster has been identified and documented, the
webmaster will add the correct information [within brackets] where the error appears.
If you suspect or are aware of an error on this page, please contact the webmaster.
- The following abbreviations are used. Aug.=August; Co.=Company; Cpl.=Corporal; Cty.=County; Ky.=Kentucky; N.C.=North
Carolina; Nov.=November; Sept.=September; '62=1862; and '65=1865.
With the data in this roster, you can order copies of
a soldiers' military service and, if any, pension records from the National Archives
in Washington, D.C.. These records usually have additional details about the soldier.