6th Kentucky Volunteer Infantry U.S.
The Boys Who Feared No Noise --
Photos of Field Officers
Photos of Company Officers
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Courtesy of Greer Family
John L. Chilton of Port Royal in Henry County,
1st Lt., Company H
Courtesy of John L. Chilton
Quartermaster Michael Billing, a native of Germany, one of original organizers of the regiment
Photo from the Louisville Anzeiger
Photos of Noncommissioned Officers and Enlisted Men
Unidentified soldier from Company E.
Courtesy of Kentucky Historical Society
Sgt. John Nichter, Company E, a resident of Louisville and a native of Doerrmbach, Bavarian Rhineland, Discharged 10/6/62 for Disability
Victor Stein, a native of Melle,Hannover, Germany, resided in Louisville,and served as Commissary Sgt.
Source Louisville Anzeiger
Courtesy of Joe Herth
a farmer from Mt.Eden in Spencer County
Courtesy of Marguerite Ledden
Henry Altfeltis, wearing a G.A.R. Medal. A private in Company I, he was severely wounded at the Battle of Shiloh
Courtesy of John A. Altfeltis
Courtesy of Roberta Waterbury
Courtesy of Bill Easley
James H. Hall, Company B, a Wagoner from La Grange, served full three-year enlistment
Frank Dienst, Compamy G, a private from Louisville, wounded at Missionary Ridge on Nov. 25, 1863
John Summit, Company D, a private from Anderson County, served three years.
Henry Wulf, Company G,
Mill Battlefield, Georgia, May 27, 2014