Adam Gisse
Mustered into service as a Sergeant on July 29, 1861
Born 15 February 1824
Died 06 May 1897
Buried Marion National Cemetery, Grant Co. Indiana

Marion National Cemetery
Sergeant Adam Gisse was shot in the right thigh about halfway between the hip joint and knee at the Battle of Second Bull Run on August 30th, 1862. The bullet was removed and he was sent to a hospital in Washington D.C. He rejoined the regiment  on the 20th day of November 1862. Adam was later promoted to 2nd Lieutenant and left the service with that rank in the fall of 1864. He filed for and started to receive a pension in 1877. After the war he served four years as Justice of the Peace in Madison County Indiana.
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