|Birth||Jan. 17, 1844|
|Death||Dec. 7, 1931|
|Cemetery||Mount Zion (Hordville)|
|Unit||115th Indiana Infantry, Company D|
Private John E Danhauer
Company D, 115th Indiana Infantry (6 months/1863-1864)
Company B, 133rd Indiana Infantry (100 days/1864)
Danhauer (also spelled Danheur and Dunheur) was born in Ohio on January 17, 1844. He was living in Clay County, Indiana when he enlisted and was mustered in the 115th Indiana Infantry on August 5, 1863. He served nearly 7 months before being discharged on February 25, 1864 at Indianapolis. Danhauer’s obituary indicates that he re-enlisted as a member of the 133rd Indiana Infantry. His 2nd unit was organized at Indianapolis on May 17, 1864 and served until September 5, 1864. Danhauer’s obituary indicates that he was mustered out in January 1866. Additional searches in the Indiana records did not produce any indication that Danhauer served after September 1864.
Danhauer died on December 7, 1931 at the age of 87 years. He is buried in the Mount Zion Cemetery in Hordville (Hamilton County), Nebraska.
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Note: Veteran bios were compiled and written by Dean Podoll.