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Michael Alfultis

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(The spelling of Alfultis was changed many times over the years)
Above is Michael Alfultis with his Civil War medal. When he passed in 1931 he was the oldest living Civil War Veteran in Warrick County. He also was one of the founders of the Red Bush Catholic Church where he is buried. He received Grand Army of the Republic Medal.

He settled in Warrick County after the war and in one of the very first marriages ever performed at Red Brush (St. Rupert’s) Catholic Church married Louisa Wangler. When he passed in 1931 he was the oldest living Civil War Veteran in the Anderson Township. He also was one of the founders of the Red Bush Catholic Church where he is buried. He received Grand Army of the Republic Medal.

Michael Alfultis was oldest living in Warrick County when he died. He received The Medal of Honor Henry Altfeltis - 6th Kentucky Volunteer Infantry, received The Medal of Honor, wounded at the Battle of Stones River. born May 20, 1843, died: July 28, 1928. Buried Detroit, Michigan at Mount Elliott Cemetery. Henry's troup was written about in the book:
A History of the 6th Kentucky Volunteer Infanty U.S.: The Boys Who Feared No Noise (Great Lakes Connections: The Civil War) (Great Lakes Connections: The Civil War) (Hardcover) Joseph R. Reinhart (Author)

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Henry Altfultis

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Henry Altfultis

John Alfortish
 

Henry Altfeltis - 6th Kentucky Volunteer Infantry, received Grand Army of the Republic Medal , wounded at the Battle of Stones River. born May 20, 1843, died: July 28, 1928. Buried Detroit, Michigan at Mount Elliott Cemetery. Henry's troup was written about in the book:
A History of the 6th Kentucky Volunteer Infanty U.S.: The Boys Who Feared No Noise (Great Lakes Connections: The Civil War) (Great Lakes Connections: The Civil War) (Hardcover) Joseph R. Reinhart (Author)

John Alfortish

John Alfortish fought for the South, Company C, 1st Regiment, Louisianna Infantry. born: 12/26/1840 died: 8/8/1897 in grain elevator accident in New Orleans." Cemetery Mausoleum

I have Civil War records on all 3. Anyone can get these for their loved ones thru the Library of Congress."

 

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