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Indiana Historical Bureau

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Hines Raid 1862

Location: SR 66, west side of highway just north of CR 104 & Poison Creek bridge, 4 miles south of Derby. (Perry County, Indiana)

Erected by the Indiana Civil War Centennial Commission, 1963

ID# : 62.1963.1

Marker Review Report: Learn more here. See also marker 13.1992.3 Hines' Raid.


Captain Thomas H. Hines with 62 Confederate cavalrymen entered Perry County between Rome and Derby, June 17. Ambushed near Leavenworth, June 19, most of his command were captured.