Col. George Washington Riddle, from the community of Riddle in Crawford County, IN, served in the Union Army as a lieutenant with the 49th Indiana Volunteers and then formed the 144th Indiana Volunteers.
John Rulle, Company K, 2nd (Walker's) Tennessee Infantry. Pvt. Rulle was wounded at Shiloh, captured and sent to Camp Chase, OH. He was killed in action at Ringgold Gap, November 27, 1863. (Soldier I.D. Source:"Soldiering In The Army of Tennessee, A Portrait of Life in the Confederate Army." By Larry J. Daniel; 1991, The University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill & London. p. 19)
John Fealey was born in Morgan County, Virginia, and enlisted as a private in Company F, 1st Missouri Cavalry at St. Louis, Missouri, on October 1, 1862. Fealey was promoted to corporal on January 1, 1864, to sergeant on September 15, 1864, and to first sergeant on February 13, 1865. He was mustered out of service on June 13, 1865.