Hiram M Doing


DeathJune 9, 1929
CemeteryWyuka (Lincoln)
PostHarrison (Chappell)
Unit4th Indiana Lt Artillery, Battery M/H

Private Hiram M Doing

Batteries M/H, 4th Indiana Light Artillery

Doing was born in Westfield (Chautauqua County), New York in September of 1842. He enlisted and was mustered in the regiment on September 30, 1861. Doing served a three year enlistment and was mustered out on October 6, 1864 at Indianapolis.

The 4th Indiana Light Artillery was organized and mustered at Indianapolis on September 30, 1861. During Doing’s enlistment, the regiment was involved in several major battles. Some of them include:

Siege of Corinth (MS) (April 29-May 30, 1862).

Battle of Perryville (KY) (October 8, 1862).

Battle of Stone’s River (TN) (December 30-31, 1862-January 1-3, 1863).

Battle of Chickamauga (GA) (September 19-20, 1863).

Doing died on June 9, 1929 at the age of 86 years. He is buried in the Wyuka Cemetery in Lincoln (Lancaster County), Nebraska. He was a charter member of the Harrison Post (#218) of the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) in Chappell, Nebraska. In addition, he was a member of the Farragut Post (#25) of the GAR in Lincoln.

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Note: Veteran bios were compiled and written by Dean Podoll.


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