Solomon L. Starner
Mustered into service as a Sergeant on July 29th, 1861
Sergeant Starner was diagnosed with remittent fever soon after arriving in Washington D.C. in the late summer of 1861. He was put on a four week furlough in November.
On July 28th, 1862 another Solomon L. Starner entered the service as a Sergeant in Company C of the 100th Ohio Infantry. He was captured on September 8th, 1863 at Limestone Station Tennessee and would die on March 17th, 1864 at Annapolis Maryland. He is buried at the Annapolis National Cemetery.
It is possible that this is the same Solomon as the one that was in the 19th Indiana.