Joseph DUPARQUE

U.S./C.S.
Joseph DUPARQUE
Biography
Indiana
Comp. G, 93rd Indiana Volunteers Infantry
Sources

 

Enlisted

28th August 1862

Discharged

10 August 1865

Height

6 feet

Complexion

Light

Hairs

Light

Eyes

Blue

Born

 

Married

Rosaly Hannouille on the 19th January 1867 at Leopold

Death

2 July 1885 at Leopold

Children

 

Biography :

During the siege of Vicksburg in June 1863, he became weakly and unable to do but little duty but did not go to hospital, and in the month of September 1863, he was attacked with chronic diarrhea and was sent to hospital at benton Barracks, in the State of Missouri, where he had the disease of Flux and Piles.

He remained at said Barraks one month and half or two months, when he returned home on sick furlough of thirty days, after which he rejoined his Regt and went to New Orleans in Louisiana, from there to Spanish Fort, then back to New Orleans in hospital and from there back to hospital at Memphis Tennesse where he was discharged.

He was in the Pioneer service most of the time.

Sources :

- Pension file of Joseph DUPARQUE at the National Archives
Invalid: application # 158696 certificate # 157311

Henry Devillez and Frederick Meunier provided affidavit.