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OHIO GENEALOGY EXPRESS

 

Welcome to
 Columbiana, County,
Ohio

 

Source:
HISTORY
of
SALEM
And the Immediate Vicinity
Columbiana County, Ohio
By George D. Hunt
Salem, Ohio:
Published by Author
1898

(Transcribed by Sharon Wick)

CHAPTER XXIV.

MILITARY
pg. 203.

     UNTIL the war against the rebellion, Salem and vicinity had but little military spirit.  It is true that there was a time when military trainings were here every year held, and all male persons between the ages of eighteen and forty-five were required to attend these trainings or pay a fine.  The Quaker element prevailed here; and this denomination on Christian principles opposed war.  Goods  or some articles of value were sometimes taken from them in payment of fines.   The collection of these fines was always deemed a disreputable business.  When the laws that enacted them were repealed, military trainings ceased.  But there was enough military spirit for national defense, as was manifested in the time of the rebellion.
     The MEXICAN WAR was here especially opposed.  Very few, if any persons in this county enlisted in it.  It was deemed a war for the extension of slavery, and the Abolition excitement was then rampant here.  The annexation of Texas was here strongly opposed; and the war that it caused was just about as much opposed.  But when the attack on Fort Sumpter was made, the people quickly saw that a war for the dissolution of the Union was being commenced, and that the object was to give slaveholders a chance to continue holding human beings in bondage; then it was that military spirit was infused into the people and activity called out.
     Many who had conscientious scruples about bearing arms now eagerly enlisted.  It was deemed a war that would free the slaves as well as preserve the Union.  It was declared that this war would make Abolitionists faster than Wm. Lloyd Garrison, Wendell Phillips, Abby Kelly Foster and the whole host of anti-slavery orators, and agitators.
     "The county of Columbiana furnished for the war of the Rebellion her full proportion of soldiers, of the unfortunate civil contest is most honorable.  A full, detained description of the movements of the several regiments containing men from Columbiana can not be given, and would be undesirable in these pages."
     "During the rebellion the township of Perry, including subscriptions made by citizens, paid in bounties the sum of $11,895 under the calls of 1863 and 1864.  Thirty men being the quota for the last call, the township paid for each recruit $100, which amount the subscription increased to about $170."*
     Salem and its immediate vicinity furnished for this war as many soldiers as any other place having the same population and territory.  The following named individuals enlisted from Salem and the immediate neighborhood.  The service that they rendered is also given.  Such companies and regiments only are here mentioned as got enlistments from this neighborhood.  Of course there were others in these companies.  Where no mention of rank is given the individual is supposed to have been a private.

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ELEVENTH REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY.

Company C.

Capt. Ogden Street; enl. July 1, 1861; pro. to lieut-col. Sept. 17, 1862; to col. Oct. 26, 1863; must. out with regt.
Capt. Emmor H. Price enl. Sept. 17, 1862; pro. to 1st lieut. July 7, 1861; must. out June 21, 1864.
1st Lieut. Martin L. Edwards enl. Nov. 20, 1862; acting capt. from Oct. 31, 1863; must. out with the regt.
2d Lieut. H. M. Wilson, enl. July 1, 1861; res. Nov. 1, 1861.
2d Lieut. Wm. Crumbaugh, enl. Dec. 26, 1861; res. Sept. 21, 1862.
2d Lieut. Samuel A. Collins, pro. from 1st sergt. Co. E. Sept. 16, 18963; disch. for disability.
1st Sergt. Louis Gibbs, enl. Nov. 1, 1863; must. out June 21, 1864.
1st Sergt. Jeremiah D. Hillis, enl. Sept. 1, 1862; must. out June 21, 1864.
Corp. Wm. Tritt, must out June 21, 1864
Corp. John W. Pennock, must out June 21, 1864
Corp. Philip Rogers, must out June 21, 1864
Corp. C. Manary, must out June 21, 1864
John Atkins, Perry Tp.; must out June 21, 1864
George Anderson, Perry Tp.
William Brosius, Perry Tp.
Louis Boone, died of disease, at Louisville, Ky., Apr. 19, 1864.
Henry Brown, died of disease, at Gallipolis, O., Aug. 9, 1861.
David L. Brosius, died of disease in Tennessee, Aug. 8, 1863.
Wm. H. Bowman, must out June 21, 1864
Wm. C. Brown, must out June 21, 1864
Joseph L. Becker, must out June 21, 1864
Henry B. Burns, must out June 21, 1864
Benjamin F. Cole must out June 21, 1864
Peter Caskey, must out June 21, 1864
Oliver Crissinger, pro. to regt. q.-m.; must out June 21, 1864
Reason Caskey, must out June 21, 1864
Isaac T. Criss, must out June 21, 1864
Jesse W. Davis, must out June 21, 1864
 

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Alfred Eldridge must out June 21, 1864
S. Callahan, died of disease at Louisville,,,, Feb. 12, 1864
Alonzo T. Carver, must out June 21, 1864
Benjamin Eldridge, must out June 21, 1864
Fred. Eberhardt, must out June 21, 1864
John Ferguson,  
Daniel Flitcraft,  
Isaac Flickinger, must out June 21, 1864
Frank Fox, must out June 21, 1864
Nathan W. Bates, must out June 21, 1864
Aaron Hinshilwood, must out June 21, 1864
James A. Hay, disch. for disability, Nov. 18, 1862.
Joseph Hay.  
George Hay, sick in hospital; not must. out with company.
George W. Johnson, must out June 21, 1864
John Johnson must out June 21, 1864
Wm. Zimmerman, disch. for wounds, Nov. 24, 1862.
John Zimmerman, must out June 21, 1864
Wm. Zimmerman, disch. for wounds, Nov. 24, 1862
John Zimmerman, must out June 21, 1864
Benjamin S. Kirk, must out June 21, 1864
Jacob Kring, disch. for disability, Dec. 31, 1863.
John R. Osborn, must out June 21, 1864
James O'Connor, wagoner, must out June 21, 1864
Robert Pool, must out June 21, 1864
Samuel Pool, must out June 21, 1864
John C. Ray, must out June 21, 1864
Daniel Sharpnack, must out June 21, 1864
Levi W. Strahley, must out June 21, 1864
Leonard B. Shaw, must out June 21, 1864
Samuel Siples,, pro. to corp.; must out June 21, 1864
Wm. A. Tucker, must out June 21, 1864
Wm. White, must out June 21, 1864
David P. White, must out June 21, 1864
Wm. C. Webster, must out June 21, 1864
Felix Wortless, must out June 21, 1864
Benjamin Wilkins, must out June 21, 1864
Oliver Crissinger, pro. to regt. quartermaster; must out June 21, 1864
Sebastian Callahan, died of disease at Louisville, Ky., Feb. 12, 1864
James Ferguson.  


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NINETEENTH REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEERS

John Johnson, died of disease in Virginia, Nov. 20, 1862
Wm. Zimmerman, dis. for wounds, Nov. 24, 1862
Hampton Mentzer, dis. by order, Dec. 29, 1863
George A. Straughan, trans. to Invalid corps. Feb. 15, 1864
John Sinnings, died of disease at Gallipolis, Nov. 8, 1861


THIRTEENTH REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY.

1st Lieut. Joseph T. Snider, enl. June 10, 1861; pro. to capt. Mar. 12, 1862; to maj. Jan. 1, 1863; wounded in the battle of Carnifax Ferry, Va., Sept. 10, 1861, and in the battle of Chickamauga, Sept. 9, 1863; must. out Dec. 5, 1865, with the regt. at San Antonio, Tex.


NINETEENTH REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY.

Company A (Canton Guards)

3rd Sergt. Thomas J. Walton.  
William Meldrum.  
     These were both printers, and were the first persons in the county to enlist.

Field and Staff Officers of this Regiment from Salem.

Capt. Thomas Stackpole, Co. D; enl. Sept. 10, 1861; res. Dec. 8, 1862.
Capt. Peter A. Laubie, Co. H; 1st lieut. Co. D, Sept. 10, 1861; pro. to capt. of Co. H Jan. 1, 1862; must. out Feb. 13, 1865.
1st Lieut. Thos. J. Walton, Co. D; pro. to capt. Feb. 6, 1862; 2d lieut. Sept. 10, 1861; ap. quartermaster Apr. 14, 1863; must. out Feb. 13, 1865.


Company H (Salem Guards.)

Capt. H. K. Preston, enl. May 22, 1861
1st Lieut. Alex. Stillwell, enl. May 22, 1861; pro. to capt. May 29, 1861
2d. Lieut. J. A. Campbell, enl. May 22, 1861.


PRIVATES:

Edw. W. Smith,
Wm. N. Sharpnack,
Wm. Myers,
Wm. H. Aldtoerfer,
Hezekiah Adams,
Wm. Arnold,
Robt. Adams,
Benj. M. Barton,
Benj. Bolin,
Aaron Beltz,
Daniel Brown,
James R. Broohart,
John Beel,
Nathan G. Caskey,
Hugh M. Cugh,
R. Cope,
Henry Carter,
G. W. Crump,
Alonzo G. Carver,
M. C. Callahan,



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Chas. F. Callahan,
Joseph H. Carter,
Nathan J. Davis,
Mark Deary,
Lewis J. English,
M. F. Fisher,
Peter Fries,
B. R. Fawcett,
G. W. Fawcett,
Aug. Fink,
Isaac Garwood,
I. Graham,
W. T. Hewitt,
J. B. Handlon,
W. H. J. Hilliard,
Daniel Hiltabiddle,
Henry B. Hermance,
George Jackson,
Samuel S. Kemble,
J. C. Kemble,
H. Kelly,
John Knepper,
James M'Kituck,
C. C. McCain,
John D. Matthews,
Thomas Marlow,
Thomas Mercer,
Thomas Morgan,
Geo. Mock,
Charles Newberry,
John Parrish,
John H. Rook,
D. E. Roach,
A. F. Royer,
A. M. Richardson,
Joseph Rhodes,
A. J. Sampson,
Jacob Shoe,
J. Suesher,
Martin Steves,
Edward W. Smith,
Wm. N. Sharpnack,
Henry Sultner,
S. B. Shaw,
Wilmer Sinclair,
Albert Steadman,
David G. Siple,
M. R. Seyforth,
A. H. Tullis,
S. C. Tullis,
T. J. Temple,
Jacob B. Templin,
Thomas N. Way,
John N. Wilson,
Daniel Wilson,
Henry C. Wisner.

Company D.

Joseph W. Thompson, band; must. out by order, Sept. 4, 1862
Frank H. Bentley, band; must. out by order, Sept. 4, 1862
Walter G. Bentley, band; must. out by order, Sept. 4, 1862
John Bailely, dis. for disability, Aug. 8, 1862.
Samuel A. Moore, killed in Georgia, Sept. 14, 1863.
Jacob Roberts, pro. to corp; must. out Oct. 24, 1865.
Wm. H. Umstead, pro. to corp; must. out Oct. 24, 1865.


THIRTY-SECOND REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY.

Company A.

Corp. Avilla B. Pidgeon, must. out July 20. 1865.
Samuel G. Barth, Oliver Hart, Valentine Kerper, Wm. Miller, James Rutledge, Edward F. Rukenbrod; must. out July 20, 1865.


SIXTY-FIFTH REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY.

1st Lieut. David G. Swaim, enl. Oct. 4, 1861; entered as 2d lieut.; pro. to 1st lieut.; appointed adj. Feb. 11, 1862; pro. to capt. and A. A. G. Volunteers, May 16, 1862; Maj. A. A. G. Volunteers, March 28, 1865; must. out Sept. 16, 1865; appointed Judge Advocate U. S. A., Dec. 9, 1869.


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104TH REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEERS.

1st Lieut. Robinson Rook, enl. Apr. 5, 1863; pro. from sergt. to 2d lieut., Apr. 14, 1862; res. Dec. 11, 1863.
Sergt. Thomas T. Hale.  
Corp. James D. Beaumont.  


EIGHTY-FOURTH REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY.

Company G.

Mustered in for three month's service, from June 10, 1862, to Sept. 20, inclusive.
 

2nd Lieut. Alex. Stillwell, pro. to 1st lieut. and adjt.; died of disease, Aug. 18 1862.
Sergts. Alvin S. Galbreath and Norman B. Garrigues.
Corps. John R. Dobbins, Guy Lybrand, John R. Oliphant, William R. Buck.
Jacob Barber,
Howell S. Bishop,
Charles F. Callahan,
John H. Gibbs,
Frank S. Hilliard,
Thomas Lannen,
John Moore,
Daniel W. Ritchie,
Horace T. Smith,
John Strawn,
Martin Wisner,
James Woodruff.

EIGHTY-SIXTH REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY.

Company G.

Mustered in for three months, from June 10, 1862, to Sept. 25, inclusive.

Benj. S. Young,
Charles C. Craven,
Samuel I. Chisholm,
Wm. H. Jennings,
Levi W. Jennings.

ONE HUNDRED AND FOURTH REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEERS.

Company B.
 

Stanley D. Hummason, appointed sergt-major; pro. to 2d lieut., June 1, 1863; to 1st lieut., Aug. 19, 1864; must. out with the regt.
Thomas R. Adams must. out June 17, 1865.
John F. Heacock, must. out June 17, 1865.
George Ritchie, must. out June 17, 1865.
Joseph G. Stewart, must. out June 17, 1865
George W. Schooley, must. out June 17, 1865.
George W. Stratton, must. out June 17, 1865.

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Company G.

Capt. Ezra Coppock, enl. Aug. 16, 1862; res. May 20, 1863 for disability.
1st Lieut. John W. Fawcett, enl. Aug. 23, 1862; pro. to capt. Aug. 10, 1863; must out with the regt.
2d Lieut. Simon Somers, enl. July 18, 1862; res. Jan. 31, 1863, for disability.
1st Sergt. Stanton Weaver, pro. to 2d lieut. Jan. 31, 1863; to 1st lieut. June 1, 1863; app. capt. in U. S. C. I.
2d SErgt. Henry C. Wisner, died at Wilmington, N. C., Mar. 22, 1865.
5th Sergt. Wickliffe B. Elton.  
2d Corp. Eli J. Hall, pro. to sergt. June 1, 1863.
3d Corp. David G. Yengling, made bugler Aug. 15, 1863.
4th Corp. Thom. J. Cook, pro. to sergt. Aug. 16, 1863.
6th Corp. Allen A. Thomas, pro. to sergt; must out June 17, 1865, witht the regt.
7th Corp. John R. Stratton, pro. to sergt.; must. out June 17, 1865, with the regt.
8th Corp. John Donaldson, died of wounds in Georgia, July 21, 1864.
Jos. Anglemyer, died of disease in Kentucky, May 8, 1863.
Harmon Beck, must. out June 15, 1865, with regt.
Seth G. Bigelow, must. out June 15, 1865, with regt.
Wm. G. Bentley, must. out June 15, 1865, with regt.
John W. Blythe, must. out June 15, 1865, with regt.
Napoleon Boucher, must. out June 15, 1865, with regt.
Manuel Barth, must. out June 15, 1865.
William Dixon, must. out June 17, 1865, with regt.
William W. Dubbs, must. out June 17, 1865, with regt.
Joseph Eldridge, must. out June 17, 1865, with regt.
Peter Frason, must. out June 17, 1865, with regt.
John W. Griffith, must. out June 17, 1865, with regt.
John W. Hensworth, must. out June 17, 1865, with regt.
Charles L. Heaton, must. out June 17, 1865, with regt.
Thomas j. Heaton, must. out June 17, 1865, with regt.
Lewis H. Kirkbride, must. out June 17, 1865, with regt.
Eli S. Kentner, must. out June 17, 1865, with regt.
Joshua Moore, must. out June 17, 1865, with regt.
John D. Matthews, must. out June 17, 1865, with regt.

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Monroe B. Matthews, must. out June 17, 1865, with regt.
Johnson Marshall, must. out June 17, 1865, with regt.
Joseph W. Mather, must. out June 17, 1865, with regt.
David H. Picket, must. out June 17, 1865, with regt.
James C. Post, must. out June 17, 1865, with regt.
Joseph L. Post, must. out June 17, 1865, with regt.
David G. Siple, must. out June 17, 1865, with regt.
Francis A. Sharpnack, must. out June 17, 1865, with regt.
Joseph E. Young, must. out June 17, 1865, with regt.
Davis F. Yengling, must. out June 17, 1865, with regt.
David C. Boutwell, died of disease at Greensboro, N. C., May 30, 1865.
Leman H. Cruzen, died of disease in Kentucky.
Robt. A. Christie, died in Tennessee of disease, July 11, '63.
Theoph. Cook, died at Frankfort, Ky., Dec. 26, 1863.
Frank Charleson, trans. to 183d Regt. O. Vol. Inf.
Wm. H. Davis, died of disease in N. C., April 45h, 1865.
Horace A. Fawcett, trans. to 183d Regt. O. Vol. Inf.
Joseph Garwood, disch. May 12, 1865, by order.
Joseph C. Gangwer, trans. to Vet. Res. Corps., May 15, '64.
Abram Greenawalt, wounded in left arm, Aug. 6, 1864.
Andrew Gailey, disch. for wounds, May 17, 1865.
Aaron Haifly, disch. for disability, Dec. 19, 1863.
Alex. Lowry, lost a leg in fight at Fort Mitchell, Sept. 11, 1862.
Alex. Niblo, pro. to corp. Jan. 31, 1863; must. out with regt.
Wilmer W. Russell, on duty at Camp Nelson, Ky.; not must. out.
Wm. H. Shons, died of disease in Ky., Apr. 5, 1863.
Wm. D. Turner, wounded Nov. 30, 1864, at Franklin, Tenn. must. out with regt.
Jeremiah L. Woodworth, died at Danville, Ky., Jan. 14, 1863.
Darwin Weaver, disch for disability, Dec. 15, 1863.


ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTEENTH OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY.

Original strength, 972; strength at mustering out, 696.  Left the State Nov. 1862.  Mustered out at Murfresboro', Tenn. 
     Paid off at Camp Cleveland.

Field and Staff Officer.

Col. Thomas C. Boone, enl. Aug. 15, 1863; must. out with the regt. as col. July 20, 1864.

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Company H.

1st Lieut. Simon Somers, enl. Aug. 14, 1862; res. March, '64.
Corp. Caleb M. Taylor, pro. to sergt; must. out June 22, '65.
Corp. Alfred White, must. out June 22, 1865.
Lloyd D. Cadwallader, must. out June 22, 1865.
Oliver Limebach, must. out June 22, 1865.
Daniel Sharpnack, must. out June 22, 1865.
Christian Shabe, must. out June 22, 1865.
Edward M. Steele, must. out June 22, 1865.
Elias Steele, must. out June 22, 1865
Charles Tatum, must. out June 22, 1865.
Francis W. Webster, must. out june 22, 1865.
 

Company K.

Capt. J. Newton Campbell, enl. Mar. 22, 1863; pro. from 2d lieut. to capt.; must. out with regt.
 

ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTEENTH REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

Company E.

2d Lieut. Joel C. Lloyd, enl. Oct. 12, 1864; pro. from sergt. to 1st lieut., Feb. 1, 1865; must. out with regt.


Company D (From Perry Township)

     Only a few particulars about these are known.

Capt. George W. Gibbs.  
1st Lieiut. Jesse H. Lemon.  
2d Lieut. Jonathan R. Oliphant  
1st Sergt. John P. Shannon.  
Sergts:  
David Kirkbride,
John L. Baxter, 
George Boone,
 
James Nease.
Corps.    
Morris Heacock,
Charles Boone,
Thomas J. Iseman,
John H. Kaiser,
George A. Gordon,
George W. Phillips,
William Howell,
Granville Watson.
Musicians    
Victor Bean, George W. Ashball.  
Privates -    
Sines J. Anthony,
Moses P. Adams,
Jesse L. Bowel,
Samuel Bard,
James H. Bard,
James M. Baxter,
David B. Burford,
George L. Brooks,
Wm. D. Casselberry,
Jesse Cook,
Samuel I. Chisholm,
John N. Cowan,

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William Day,
John Dubois,
Lewellyn Ingledue,
Samuel Fawcett,
Horace W. Fawcett,
John W. Grimmesey,
Geo. L. Gilmore,
William H. Hyatt,
James Harris,
Charles Harris,
John Harwood,
Samuel Houts,
William C. Hains,
Jerry Hall,
Wm. C. Jones,
John Kirkbride,
Frank Keen (died of disease in Hampton
        Hospital, Aug. 18, 1864),
Robert C. Knox,
James P. Hoover,
Fielder M'Clurg,
Charles Mathews,
Orlando A. Newton,
Reuben Probert,
Henry Prince,
Frank Quinn,
Thomas Reed,
William A. Reitzell,
Edwin A. Reeps,
Samuel W. Scattergood,
James A. Schoff,
Patrick Scullion,
Wm. C. Speaker,
Daniel J. Strawn,
John W. Stratton,
Kenner B. Sharpnack,
Henry W. Thullen,
Willis Weaver,
Joshua Woodworth,
Daniel Wharton,
Wm. J. Whinnery,
Martin Wichersham,
Benj. S. Way,
John Yengling,
Arthur Yengling.


SECOND REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER CAVALRY.

Company E.

1st Lieut. Bayliss R. Fawcett, enl. Sept. 9, 1861; pro. to capt. Dec. 20, 1861; res. May 16, 1862.
2d Lieut. Charles C. M'Cain, enl. Aug. 11, 1865; must. out with the regt.
Richard Beard, dis. by order, June 26, 1865.
Thomas J. Hinshilwood, sick in hospital; not must. out with the company.

The following named persons of this company were mustered out Sept. 11, 1865:
Corp. Augustus H. Harris
Corp. William Arnold,
Lewis Campbell,
Theodore Campbell,
Osman P. Morse,
William H. Pidgeon,
Henry Phillips,
James Robbins,
John Robinson,
Alcinus Snyder,
Lewis Snyder,
David S. Trescott,
Lane Trescott,
Herr N. Tullis,
J. M. Woodruff,
George A. Wilkins,
Hugh Watson.


SIXTH REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER CAVALRY.

Company C.

Capt. John H. Cryer, enlist Oct. 7, 1861; pro. to maj. Aug. 3, 1863.
Capt. James H. Leeman, enl. Aug. 3, 1863; pro. to 1st lieut. Dec. 10, 1864

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Capt. Matthew H. Cryer, enl. Nov. 12, 1864; pro. to maj. Apr. 3, 1865; res. June 3, 1865.  
1st Lieut. John L. Miller, enl. Apr. 12, 1864; pro. to capt. of Co. I, July 25, 1864.
Dewayne Suydam, pro. to 1st sergt; to 2d lieut., May 31, 1865.
Sergt. Charles C. M'Cain, trans. to 2d O. V. Cavalry, Mar. 1, 1863.
Sergt. Philo Huxley, must. out Aug. 7, 1865.
Sergt.. David S. Trescott, trans. to 2d O. V. Cavalry, Mar. 1, 1862.
Bugler, Hugh Watson, trans. to 2d O. V. Cavalry, Mar. 1, 1862.  
Sergt. Charles C. Baker, pro. to 1st lieut., Aug. 29, 1863.
Corp. Hebron H. Dilley, sick in hospital; no discharge given.
Corp. John W. Donaldson, dis. by special order, Apr. 16, 1865.
Corp. William Heacock, died a prisoner at Richmond, Va.
Corp. Joseph A. Davis, dis. by order, June 5, 1865.
Corp. George W. Perrine, dis. by order, June 5, 1865.
Corp. Osman P. Morse, trans. to 2d O. V. Cavalry, Mr. 1, 1862.
Bugler William Porter, dis. by order, June 5, 1865.
Farrier Nicholas Selkirk, dis. for disability, Sept. 18, 1862.
Farrier George Caruthers, dis. for disability, Apr. 18, 1862.
Saddler Joseph Young, dis. at the end of service.
Wagoner John M. Moore, dis. at the end of service.
John Aldtaffer, dis. by order, June 5, 1865.
Calvin Burnett, dis. by order, June 5, 1865
George Beaumont, died of disease at home, Jan. 28 1865.
Howell S. Bishop, dis. for disability, Mar. 20, 1862.
Albert Bull, must. out Aug. 7, 1865.
Lovern L. Cook, must. out Aug. 7, 1865.
Albert E. Carriher, must. out Aug. 7, 1865.
Lewis D. Coy must. out Aug. 7, 1865
Harry DUNN must. out Aug. 7, 1865
Samuel W. Gibbons, must. out Aug. 7, 1865.
Charles A. Jobes, must. out Aug. 7, 1865.
A. A. Knowles, must. out Aug. 7, 1865.

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Charles Keeler, must. out Aug. 7, 1865.
Alpheus Livingston, must. out Aug. 7, 1865.
Noah Montgomery, must. out Aug. 7, 1865.
Allen Miller, must. out Aug. 7, 1865.
George W. Spencer, must. out Aug. 7, 1865.
John O'Brien, must. out Aug. 7, 1865.
Seth C. Tullis must. out Aug. 7, 1865.
Aaron Williams, must. out Aug. 7, 1865.
William J. Whitehead, must. out Aug. 7, 1865.
William H. Boone, disc. by order, June 5, 1865
Joel Boswell, dis. at the end of service
Frederick Carriher, killed in action at Mine Run, Nov. 27, 1863.
Henry Carriher  
John D. Callahan.  
Elijah Champlin, died a prisoner at Richmond, Va., Dec. 30, 1863.
Charles Colley dis. at the end of service
Edward P. Campbell, must. out June 27, 1865.
Milton H. Cowgill, died in hospital of disease, June 30, 1864.
Hugh Derrick, dis. by order, June 5, 1865.
Levi Emmons, died of disease at City Point, Va., Nov. 20, 1864.
Jesse Emmons, died of disease at Fairfax, C. H., Va., Nov. 16, 1862
Isaac L. Emerson, killed in battle, Oct. 27, 1864.
Emmor E. Entriken, dis. for disability, Dec. 12, 1862.
William M. Hess, dis. for disability, May 4, 1863.
Ephraim J. Hayes.  
John M'Cartney.  
Edward Hughes, pro. to sergt., Feb. 6, 1863.
Geo. W. Spencer, must. out Aug. 7, 1865.
Wm. H. Jennings, disch. for disability, Dec. 4, 1864.
Wm. W. Kent, disch. for wounds, May 4, 1864.
Moses M. Kelley, killed in action at Pollesville, Md., July 24, 1864.
Wm. I. Kelly, disch. at the end of service.
Jackson Knowles, died in Salisbury prison, Feb. 8, 1865.
Parmenas Laughlin, disch. for disability.

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Augustus Lape, killed in battle, Nov. 13, 1862.
John B. Meek, disch. at the end of service.
Henry M'Elheny, disch. b order, June 5th 1865.
Jesse Morris, died of disease, at Luray, Va., July 29, 1862.
Benj. F. Morrill, died of disease, at Strasburg, Va., June 29, 1862.
Wm. R. Miller, disch. for disability, Sept. 15, 1862.
Thomas Nelson, died in Andersonville prison, Aug. 25, 1864.
Mark Nease, pro. to sergt.; disch. by order, June5, 1865.
Hugh M. Packer, disch. by order, June 5, 1865.
John Powers, paroled prisoner, disch. by order, Apr. 28, 1865.
Hamilton Peyton, sick in hospital; not must. out with regt.
James H. Porter.  
Joseph Pyle.  
Wm. W. Reed, sick in hospital at Washington; no disch. furnished.
Wm. Ritter, disch. by order, June 21, 1865.
Charles E. Tullis, disch. by order, June 5, 1865.
Henry Smith, died in Salisbury prison, Dec. 17, 1864.
Calvin H. Thomas, pro. to q.-mr-sergt., Feb. 6, 1865
Morris Tobin, disch.. for wounds, Jan. 5, 1864.
Charles Wickline, disch. by order, June 5, 1865.
Wm. J. Wilson, died of disease, at Washington, Oct. 9, 1862.
Jacob Wagner, pro. to sergt., Apr. 18, 1865.
John Young, disch. at the end of service.
Aaron Williams, Must. out Aug. 7, 1865.


Company M.

1st Lieut. Matthew H. Cryer, enl. Dec. 23, 1863; pro. to capt. Co. C.
1st Sergt. Jos. W. Davidson, must. out by order, June 22, '65.
2d Sergt. Daniel E. Burwell, must. out by order, July 7, 1865.
4th Sergt. James McCracken, must. out by order, July 5, '65
5th Sergt. Monroe Kirk, must. out by order, June 27 1865.
Corp. David Tate, must. out by order, June 27, 1865.
Corp. Andrew Flick, must. out by order, July 6, 1865.
Owen Everhart, must. out by order, Aug. 7, 1865.
George W. Fisher, must. out by order, Aug. 7, 1865.
John B. Galbraith, must. out by order, June 27th, 1865.
Joseph Tobin, must. out by order, June 6, 1865.

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Jacob Thullin, must. out by order, June 27, 1865.
John Welch, must. out by order, June 27, 1865.
Hamilton K. Allison, died for disease, at Philadelphia, Sept. 7, 1864.


TENTH REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER CAVALRY.

1st. Lieut. and Adjut. John C. Sheets, enl. Nov. 1, 1862; honorably disch. Feb. 5, 1864, to accept pro. in Vet. Res. Corps.


Company H.

Capt. Arthur g. Canedy, enl. Oct. 1862; resigned Apr. 24, '64.


TWELFTH REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER CAVALRY.

Capt. Samuel D. Hawley, enl. Oct. 23, 1863; disch. Mar. 20, 1865, for absence without leave.
1st Lieut. Henry C. Jones, enl. June 16, 1865; disch. Feb. 7, 1866.
2d Lieut. John C. Gratz, enl. Nov. 12, 1865; must. out with regt. as 1st sergt.
Com. Sergt. Martin Thomas, enl. Oct. 13, 1863; pro. from 1st sergt. Aug. 25, 1865; must. out with regt.
Sergt. Noah Baxter, enl. Sept. 4, 1863; pro. from orp. Dec. 20, 1863; must. out with regt.
Sergt. Amos D. Eckstein, enl. Sept. 23, 1863; pro. from corp. May 4, 1864; must. out with regt.
Sergt. George E. Burns, enl. Sept. 29, 1863; pro. from private July 23, 1865; must. out with regt.
Sergt. Cassius Eckstein, enl. Sept. 29, 1863; pro. from corp. Aug. 26, 1865; must. out with regt.
Corp. Joseph Banks, enl. Sept. 10, 1863; pro. to corp. May 5, 1864; must out with regt.
Corp Omar D. M'Artor, enl. Oct. 12, 1863; pro. to corp. Nov. 27, 1864; must. out with regt.
Corp. Joseph H. Loy, enl.. Sept. 24, 1863; pro. to corp. June, 1865; must. out with regt.
Farrier John T. Louthan, enl. Oct. 3, 1863; must. out with regt.
Farrier Wellington Bopp, enl. Sept. 26, 1863; must. out with regt.
Wm. A. Badger, enl. Sept. 1, 1863; disch. at Camp Dennison, Mar. 26, 1864.

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Adam D. Arrison, enl. Sept. 19, 1863; disch. at Camp Dennison, Mar. 26, 1864.
Geo. W. Brown, enl. Sept. 22, 1863; must. out with regt.
Wm. H. Brown, enl. Sept. 17, 1863; msut. out with regt.
Thomas Cole, enl. Sept. 29, 1863; must. out with regt.
Isaac Dalell, enl. Sept. 26, 1863; must. out with regt.
Isaac Davis, enl. Oct. 1, 1863; must. out with regt.
John A. Dunlap, enl. Nov. 11, 1863; must. out with regt.
David Hestand, enl. Sept. 27, 1863; must. out with regt.
Jesse M. Hartzell, enl. Sept. 23, 1863; must out with regt.
Geo. L. Johnson, enl. Sept. 26, 1863; must. out with regt.
Samuel H. Knowles, enl. Oct. 12, 1863; must our with regt.
Samuel March, enl. Aug. 31, 1863; must. out with regt.
Mahlon Milner, enl. Sept. 18, 1863; must. out with regt.
Levi Stoffer, enl. Oct. 12, 1863; must. out with regt.
Nelson Todd, enl. Sept. 10, 1863; must out with regt.
James C. White, enl. Oct. 12, 1863; must out with regt.
Thomas Crew, enl. Aug. 3, 1863; died at Camp Chase, Jan. 8, 1864.
Frederick G. Baker, enl. Oct. 12, 1863.
Charles Egbert, enl. Oct. 3, 1863; on detached duty since Sept. 5, 1865.
Peter Freis, enl. Sept. 30, 1863; drowned at Louisville, Ky., Mar. 14, 1864.
Justus Graham, enl. Oct. 3, 1863; disch. June 10, 1865.
Lewis George, enl. Sept. 23, 1863; killed in action at Saltville, Va., Oct. 2, 1864.
Geo. F. Hinshilwood, enl. Oct. 14, 1863; member regimental band.
Franklin S. Hilliard, enl. Oct. 1, 1863; member regimental band.
James Hughes, enl. Oct. 6, 1863; trans. to Com. K, Oct. 29, 1863.
Andrew Jewell, enl. Sept. 18, 1863.
John W. Knowles, enl. Sept. 11, 1863; died at Dallas, N. C., Apr. 30, 1865.
George A. Louess, enl. Sept. 29, 1863.
Wm. Little, enl. Aug. 29, 1863; dis. Aug. 29, 1865, at Camp Chase.
Patrick Magee, enl. Setp. 1, 1863; dis. by order.

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1ST REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY.

John F. Moore, enl. Sept. 24, 1863; dis. for disability.
Hecktor M'Donald, enl. Sept. 11, 1863; killed in action at Saltville, Va., Oct. 2, 1864.
William Milner, enl. Oct. 3, 1863; dis. for disability, June 6, 1865.
Thomas J. Pim, enl. Sept. 10, 1863; dis. Oct. 24, 1864.
Curtis R. Phillips, enl. Nov. 11, 1863; dis. for disability, July 10, 1865.
Wm. C. Richey, enl. Oct. 5, 1863; died at Camp Chase, Mar. 15, 1864.
MIller Rook, enl. Sept. 1, 1863; dis. for disability, Apr. 16, 1864.
Wm. H. Seimpson, enl. Sep. 9, 1863; died Oct. 5, 1864, at Mt. Sterling, Ky.
Frank M. Smith, enl. Sept. 24, 1863; died Jan. 15, 1864, at Camp Chase
John Strawn, enl. Sept. 24, 1863; dis. by order, June 25, 1865.
Timothy J. Spencer, enl. Oct. 12, 1863; on detached duty at Knoxville.
James Starkey, enl. Oct. 10, 1863; dis. May 11, 1864.
Matthew Spicer, enl. Oct. 8, 1863; dis. Oct. 17, 1864.
Henry Shocker, enl. Sept. 11, 1864; is. Aug. 31, 1865.
Thomas Simpson, enl. Sept. 9, 1863; killed at Louisville, Ky., July 15, 1864.
John Taylor, enl. Sept. 15, 1863; in hospital at Knoxville.
John J. White, enl. Sept. 13, 1863.
David Whinnery enl. Sept. 8, 1863; dis. by order, June 10, 1865.
Reuben Wickersham, enl. Sept. 11, 1863; died at Camp Chase, Jan. 7, 1864.
Isaac D. Winters, enl. Oct. 12, 1863; dis. for disability.
Uriah Williams, enl. Oct. 12, 1863.


FIRST REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY.

Company I.

1st Lieut. John A. Campbell, res. to accept. promotion.
1st Sergt. Alex. M. Richardson, died of disease at Nashville, Oct. 18, 1862.
1st Sergt. Geo. W. pro. to 1st sergt., Aug. 1, 1864.
Corp. John R. Lusher, must. out with company.

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Henry M. Clayton, must. out with company.
Joseph Heacock, must. out with company.
Charles Heacock, must. out with company.
Esau R. Johnson, must. out with company.
Benjamin Tatem, must. out with company.
Elisha Teetors, must. out with company.
John M. White, must. out with company.
Corp. stephen W. Talcott, died of wounds received at Mission Ridge.
Musician Wm. Langstaff  
Patrick Bonner, dis. by order May 5, 1862.
Geo. L. Brooks, dis. by order, Oct. 24, 1861.
Joseph D. Fountain, must. out Jan. 26, 1865; he was a prisoner.
Wm. L. S. Johnson, died in Nashville, Tenn., Aug. 4, 1864.
Hubert Kelly, missing at the battle of Chickamauga.
Jesse H. Lemon, dis. by order, June 24, 1863.
James H. M'Curdy, dis. by order, Oct. 21, 1861.
Andrew B. Walsh, dis. by order, June 2, 1862.
Thomas N. Way, must. out Apr. 17, 1865; prisoner; escaped.


FIRST REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEERS - HEAVY ARTILLERY.

Company A.

Thomas E. Grice, must. out July 25, 1865.
William Moore, Must. out July 25, 1865.
Daniel Test, must. out July 25, 1865.
Fred. Walker, absent without leave, Sept. 10, 1863.


ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTIETH REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY.

Dr. Byron Stanton, app. surgeon, Dec. 26, 1862; trans. to 114th regt., Nov. 27, 1864; trans. to U. S. V. Medical Staff as assistant surgeon, Feb. 9, 1865; brevet major, Mar. 13, 1865; must. out Aug. 22, 1865.


FREMONT'S BODY GUARD.

     This was a body of cavalry selected from a host of applicants on account of intelligence, fine physique, and the aptitude of its members of military service.  Without question, it was one of the finest bodies of cavalry ever

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MISSISSIPPI RIVER NAVY - GUNBOAT SERVICE

seen in  the service of the United States, made up mainly from Ohio and Kentucky.
     Norman B. Garrigues, Alvin Galbraith and James Day were in this body.

THIRD KANSAS REGIMENT VOLUNTEER INFANTRY.

     Stanton Weaver, dis. for wounds.


TENTH REGIMENT KANSAS VOLUNTEER INFANTRY.

1st. LIeut. and Adjt. J. R. Hudson, pro. to asst. adjt. on General Blunt's Second Brigade of Kansas Volunteer Infantry.


MISSISSIPPI RIVER NAVY - GUNBOAT SERVICE.

George Pyle, John Street

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