Fletcher D. Baker

Company B, 115th Illinois Volunteer Infantry

BAKER, REV. FLETCHER D., D. D; was with the regiment from the beginning to the end of his service, never missing to exceed ten days from duty. On leaving the army he attended school at Valparaiso, Ind., and then at DePauw University. He entered the Northwest Indiana conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church in September 1871, and removed to Kansas in 1878. He is now presiding elder of the Concordia district. He is a member of the G. A. R. and is active in this work. He married Miss Ella Vanarsdel in 1872. They now reside in Concordia, Kan.

Source: History of 115th Reg ILL Vol. Infantry
By: Isaac Henry Clay Royse
2nd Lt. Co. E
Published 1900 Windsor & Kenfield Pub. Co. Chicago
Library # 973.7473R892
Terre Haute, IN. July 1900

Submitted by William Baran

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