Captain Hiram B. Vanneman, Co. G, 84th Indiana Infantry, USA
- November 24: Hiram B. Vanneman was born in New Jersey.
- January 17: Hiram married Melinda Ayres in Cumberland County, NJ.
- April 30: Hiram enlisted in the U.S. Army as a 1st Sergeant. He mustered into service with the 4th OH Infantry on May 19th in Cincinnati, OH.
- July 18: Hiram mustered out of the U.S. Army in Cincinnati, OH.
- August 5: The U.S. Federal Census taken in Lebanon, Warren County, OH showed Hiram, a carriage trimmer, and Melinda living with their three young daughters: Helen, Anna and Julia.
- August 16: Hiram enlisted in the U.S. Army in New Castle, Indiana. He mustered into Co. G 84th IN Infantry.
- A group photo of the 84th Indiana sometime after the summer of 1863.
- November 30: Hiram fought at the Battle of Franklin.
- June 14: Hiram mustered out of the U.S. Army at Camp Harker in TN.
- May 13: Hiram applied for a military pension for his Civil War Service.
- June 23: The U.S. Federal Census taken in Woodbury, Gloucester County, New Jersey showed Hiram, a painter, living with his wife and daughter.
- September 28: The National Tribune, Washington, District of Columbia. H. B. Vanneman wrote a letter to the editor of the National Tribune, describing the Battle of Franklin.