Pre or Post-War Images

Reunion Images

The following images were taken at various reunions and events that men from the Fourth Michigan Infantry attended:

GAR veterans at Hudson, Mich. circa 1900; Hudson Hist. Museum

Five veterans from the Fourth Michigan Infantry appear in this photograph of GAR members in Hudson, Michigan, taken sometime around 1900. Lyman Buck stands behind the fence and next to the tree, and to the right of Lyman stands John Wallace. In the row of men standing in front of the fence, beginning with the 4th man from the left and going right you find John A. Dillon, Noah Webster, Benjamin Westfall, and the man with the medals on his coat is Edgar Hamlin. Photo courtesy of the Hudson Hist. Museum.

1915 4th Michigan veterans at Hillsdale; Will Carleton Poor Housejpg

4th Mich. Inf. GAR members standing before City Hall in Hillsdale, Michigan in 1915. From left – right: Thomas Terwilliger, Phillip Stanback, George Bolles, Marion F. Hunt, Timothy Burtch, Steven H. Mallery, Archibald Weir, William H. Birge, Charles Hartson, Herbert D. Bryan, Henry Wells Magee, William R. Fuller, Joseph W. Stevens, David Fox, George B. Brown, and Chauncey V. Burnett.

50th Reunion of the Fourth Mich. Inf. (a)

Veterans of the Fourth Michigan Infantry gather together for this photo taken on June 20th, 1911, in Adrian, Michigan. They had gathered for the regiment’s 50th Anniversary Reunion.

Fourth Mich.Inf. veterans at their monument at Gettysburg (a)

Veterans of the Fourth Michigan Infantry gather around their newly dedicated monument in “The Wheatfield” at Gettysburg, Pa.

Fourth Mich.Inf. veterans at their monument at Gettysburg (b); Kowallis Collection

Another view of the veterans at their monument in “The Wheatfield” at Gettysburg, Pa. Notice the men are seated on a ladder in the front row. It was probably used to drape a canvas over the monument before it’s unveiling during the ceremony that day June 12, 1889; Jeff Kowalis collection

1894 Reunion of the 4th Michigan Inf

Veterans of the Fourth Michigan Infantry gather together for this photo taken in Reading, Michigan in 1894. Image courtesy of Bob Coch.

Fourth Mich Reunion in Ann Arbor, Michigan in 1887

Veterans of the Original, or often called the “Old”, Fourth Michigan Infantry, along with their wives, have their photograph taken in Ann Arbor, Michigan, during the 1887 reunion there.

Woodbury Post in Adrian, Michigan 1894 (FB)

Veterans of the Fourth Michigan Infantry were among these members of the Woodbury Post (#45) of the Grand Army of the Republic, seen posing for this photograph taken on May 30, 1894, in Adrian, Michigan.

June 22,1925 Survivors of 4th Michigan Infantry;Michigan State Archives ~

This photograph, taken on June 22, 1925, at the Fourth Michigan Infantry’s Reunion in Hillsdale, Michigan, shows the surviving veterans of the regiment. Seated in the front row (starting from left to right) are Francis Marion Hunt (age 87), Henry Wells Magee (age 84), John L. Hills (age 86), Herbert D. Bryan (age 77), Orlando C. Nash (age 84), Charles Hartson (age 86), and George B. Brown (age 83). In the second row (seated left to right) are Albert W. Veness (age 87), Benjamin E. Westfall (age 86), John Dillon (age 80), and Albert L. Morseman (age 82). Unfortunately, the image does not have an identity for the twelfth veteran in this image, which was provided through the courtesy of the Michigan State Archives.