Hiram Lincoln
Fictional Character
Southern Victory
POD: September 10, 1862
Appearance(s): American Front
Type of Appearance: Direct
Nationality: Confederate States
Date of Birth: 19th century
Date of Death: 1915
Cause of Death: Shot to death in combat (Great War)
Occupation: Soldier
Military Branch: Confederate States Army (Great War)

Hiram Lincoln (d. 1915) was a Confederate cavalry officer during the Great War, and Corporal Stephen Ramsay's commanding officer.

A captain when the war broke out, Lincoln led his men in a raid upon Kingman, Kansas, where they were successful in demolishing railway tracks. When a U.S. armored car intervened, however, Lincoln saw a third of his company killed, and another third wounded before the vehicle was taken down.[1]

In 1915, Lincoln was retreating through Okmulgee, Sequoyah when the Creek Nation leaders persuaded him to make a stand against the advancing Americans. Lincoln managed to halt the US drive with a combination of his own men and local Creek warriors.

Later that year, Lincoln was made a Colonel in the Creek Nation Army. He was successful in stalling further US advances, but failed to prevent Creek leaders from ordering futile assaults against US-held Creek territory. Lincoln was cut down by machine-gun fire during this offensive, along with most of his command.

In life, Hiram Lincoln was somewhat self-concious about his last name: even 50 years after the War of Secession, Abraham Lincoln was a hated man in the CSA.


  1. American Front, pgs. 49-53, HC.