||Jul 21 1870
||42nd Ind. Vol. Inf.|
Margaret Isabell Black
John Zonis Black
Mary Jane Black (m) William R
James Henry Black (m) #1 Sarah
(m)#2 Samantha Agness
William Wiley Black 1864-1931(m) Angeline Ballard
Nelson N Black (struck by lightning and burned to
death at a young age
Eliza Jane Willis married #2 John P
*Notes for Nathaniel Black
Nathaniel, a farmer in Skelton township, Warrick Co.,Ind., enlisted at Vanderburgh County,Indiana as a private in "A"Co.42nd Indiana Volunteer Infantry and was discharged 7th day of May 1863 at Louisville Kentucky for wounds received Dec 31,1862
Commissioned Officer's Statement for Pension of Nathaniel Black
I certify on honor that Nathaniel Black, a member of my Co."A" 42nd Regt. of Ind.Vol.Infantry, while doing duty in line of his duty and in the service of the United States while in line of battle at Stone River Tennessee on the 31 day of Dec.1862 was wounded in the right shoulder, the ball striking him about 2 inches below the shoulder joint, coming out at the shoulder joint, dislocating his shoulder and thereby disabling him so that he was discharged from service of the United States on the 7th day of May 1863.
I make this statement cheerfully that a brave and worthy man may have a pension to which in my judgement he is most unquestionably entitled.
Given under my hand on this 8th day of April 1864
John Trimble Capt.
42nd Ind Vol
In another statement, Nathaniel was described as 6 feet in height, Sandy complexion, Blue eyes and light hair.
See the 42nd bio page of Nathaniel Black
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