Herman Ninabee

Mustered into service as a Private on July 29th, 1861


Private Ninabee was soon admitted to the hospital after arriving in Washington D.C. in the late fall of 1861. He basically remained there until his discharge for disability on May 22nd, 1862 because of chronic rheumatism.


On December 7th, 1863 a Harmon Neinabar enlisted on Company A of the 9th Indiana Cavalry. This man died from chronic diarrhea on May 12th, 1865 and is buried a the Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery located in St. Louis Missouri.

It is highly possibly that this is the same man from the 19th Indiana.