Samuel Hood
(Abt 1815-)
Martha Campbell
(Abt 1815-)
Lieutenant Thomas M. Hood
(Abt 1837-1862)


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1. Rebecca H. Milliken

Lieutenant Thomas M. Hood

  • Born: Abt 1837, , Westmoreland Co. PA
  • Marriage (1): Rebecca H. Milliken on 4 Mar 1858 in Dakota, Stephenson, IL
  • Died: 26 Apr 1862 about age 25

  Noted events in his life were:

1. Military on 15 Oct 1861 in Freeport, Stephenson, IL: : mustered into the 46th Illinois Infantry. He was killed as a result of wounds received in the Battle of Shiloh. In the battle of Shiloh, the Forty-sixth took a conspicuous and honorable part, losing over half of its officers and men, in killed and wounded, and receiving the thanks of the commanding generals. Among the wounded were Colonel John A. Davis, Major Dornblaser, Captains Musser, Stephens, Marbel and McCracken. Lieutenants Hood, Barr, Arnold, Ingraham, and Howell. In this action the "Fighting Fourth Division" of General Hurlbut, achieved a reputation for bravery, to which it added on every field in which it was engaged until the close of the war.

Thomas married Rebecca H. Milliken, daughter of Samuel Milliken and Catharine Kephart, on 4 Mar 1858 in Dakota, Stephenson, IL. (Rebecca H. Milliken was born on 10 Nov 1838 in , Centre, PA,1 died on 24 Mar 1925 in Dunkerton, Black Hawk, IA and was buried in Dunkerton, Black Hawk, IA.)


1 <i>1900 United States Census</i>, Iowa, Black Hawk County, Lester Township, Series: T623 Roll: 418 Page: 247.

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