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20th century history of Delaware County, Ohio
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Chicago, Ill. :: Biographical Pub. Co., 1908 by James R. Lytle
Transcribed by Sharon Wick

CHAPTER XVI.
MILITARY HISTORY OF THE COUNTY

Revolutionary War - War of 1812 - Seminole War - Mexican War - War of the Rebellion - Spanish-American War.
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REVOLUTIONARY WAR.

     The patriotism of Delaware County is one of which we can be proud.  The bravery of her sons has been tested on hundreds of battle fields.  Many of the early settlers of the county were soldiers in our great struggle for independence.  This war, however, occurred long before there were any settlements made in Delaware County.  When the Revolutionary War closed it found the government weak and bankrupt and the soldiers who had fought for liberty were forced to accept western lands in payment for long years of military service.  This brought many pioneers to the western wilderness and particularly to Ohio, where large areas of land were designated as "United States Military Lands" and "Virginia Military Lands."   The land on the east side of the Scioto River being designated as the United States Military Lands and that on the west side of the Scioto River, as the Virginia Military Land.  These lands were set apart for the benefit of the Revolutionary soldiers by the United States Government.  This caused many of the old Revolutionary soldiers to settle in Delaware County.  Peace found them broken down in spirit and fortune and when lands were offered to them in the West, they were ready to accept and to move toward the setting sun.  Such was the noble and warlike stock which made up the early settlers of Delaware County.  The Revolutionary War and the causes which led to it arc familiar to all our school children and require no special explanation in this chapter.

"Where are our sires, our noble sires,
     Those men of toil and early thought
Who lit our sacred vestal fires,
     A heritage so dearly bought?"

"Ah! bright upon historic page,
     Enrolled their names shall ever shine
With peerless lustre, age on age
     Through bright'ning realm of coming time."

     The following is a list of the soldiers of the Revolutionary War who came to Delaware County and died within its bounds.

Adams, David, died and buried in Harlem Township
Bidlack, Philemon, died in 1844, aged 84 years, buried at Sunbury
Black, William, Concord Township; buried at Millcreek Cemetery.
Brown, Ezekiel, buried at Sunbury.
Carpenter, Benjamin, Judge, buried at Galen.
Carpenter, Gilbert, Rev., brother of Benjamin,  buried at Galena.
Carpenter, Nathan, Liberty Township, buried on Carpenter farm.
Clark, James, served seven years; buried at Marlborough.
Conklin, David, died in 1858, buried in Orange Township.
Conrad, Cline, buried at Marlborough.
Curtis, John, Capt., taken for burial to Marietta.
Hlilman, John, buried in Stark cemetery, near Olive Green.
Huff, John, died in 1848, aged 85, buried at Sunbury.
Jameson, Robert, buried in old cemetery, Delaware.
Kooken, James, founder of Bellepoint, buried near Stratford.
Lonbwell, James, probably buried at Berkshire.
Lott, Ebenezer, buried in Stark cemetery, near Olive Green.
Martin, Jacob, died at Johnstown, Licking County, aged 104, buried there.
McNett, Adam, died 1848, aged 85, buried at Sunbury.
Monroe, Isaac, buried in Cole cemetery, near Hyattsville.
Morgan, Pelatiah, buried at Cheshire.
Myers, ____, buried near Galena
Paine, John, Scioto Township, buried in Baptist cemetery.
Potter, Joseph, buried in cemetery at Blue Church.
Rodgers, Bigsby, buried in Burnside cemetery, south part of cemetery.
Root, Azariah, burial place unknown.
Smith, Daniel, buried at Marlborough.
Smith, Solomon D., Col., buried in old cemetery, Delaware.
Spaulding, Abel, served in Vermont militia, burial place unknown.
Swartz, John, probably buried in Thompson Township.
Taylor, Daniel, died in 1853, aged 93, buried at Sunbury.
Van Dorn, Gilbert, probably buried at Van's Valley.
Warrington, John, on Washington's staff; buried in Baptist cemetery.
Wilcox, ____, buried at Norton cemetery.
Williams, James, buried at Marlborough.
Williams, Nehemiah, buried at Marlborough.

WAR OF 1812.

     In the War of 1812 and the Indian wars of that period.  Delaware County contained a population of but a few hundred but they came forward with the same lofty spirit of patriotism which has ever since pervaded her sons and which characterized their Revolutionary sires.  There were some who had been present at the surrender of Cornwallis and others who had been with Gates and Green in the south, while many others were descendants of such heroic stock.
     Two block houses had been built in the county for defense from the Indians.  One of these was situated near Norton in the northern part of the county and the other just west of Cheshire in the southern part.  For fuller particulars concerning these buildings and incidents connected with them, see chapter on the Indian history of the county.
     It was through the village of Delaware that one division of Harrison's army marched on their way from Chillicothe to Sandusky; having passed along what is new Sandusky Street and from this incident the street received its name.  Another division passed on the west side of the Scioto and form this incident received the name of Military Road.  General Harrison was with the division that marched through Delaware and as this was the line of march between the north and the south it will account for some of the incidents mentioned in what follows.
     At what is known as Cole's cemetery, south of Stratford, near and west of the Lentangy, in a lone grave, repose the ashes of one of our real pioneers, a near relative of one of the early presidents of the United States, who was with Washington at Valley Forge and at the crossing of the Delaware River at Trenton; that man's name as Leonard Monroe.  In the shade of a magnificent beech tree, which stood in another part of this same God's acre, in a long but shallow grave, sleep half a score of soldiers of the war of 1812-14, who perished while on their way to their homes in the vicinity of Chillicothe.  They were sick and wounded members of General W. H. Harrison's army, who were following a trail midway between the Scioto and Olentangy Rivers and had stopped for the night under this tree.  Weak from hunger and wounds, scantily clothed, they were ill prepared to stand the storm which stole upon them like a thief in the night, while they slept and dreamed of home an their loved ones.  Year midnight it began to rain hard and grew intensely cold.  The rain put out all their fires, thoroughly wetting them.  It was a night like the one experienced by our Boys in Blue on New Year's eve in '62 and '64, only much more severe.  The result was that all but the few vigorous and strong ones perished and were buried by their surviving comrades in that lonely grave.
     There is a tradition which is more than probable that the army under General Harrison
camped for some time in Delaware.  During this time an epidemic prevailed and a number of old soldiers died and were buried near where the Odovene Spring is now located.  When the Big Four Railroad was built it was necessary to remove these soldiers and the re-

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mains were gathered together without distinction and interred in one grave in what is known as the old cemetery, and being unmarked have never been removed.

"They sleep their last sleep,
They have fought their last battle;
No sound shall awake them to glory again."

 

Abbott, Charles, died 1853, aged 85, buried at Sunbury.
Adams, Elias, buried at Cheshire.
Bartlett, Joel, buried in Oller cemetery
Beach, Israel, Berkshire cemetery; died 1868, aged 77; enlisted as substitute under another name.
Bean, John, buried in Baptist cemetery at Ostrander.
Bishop, Elisha, buried at Marlborough.
Bixby, ____, buried in Burnside cemetery.
Black, Marshall, buried at Cheshire.
Boyd, William, buried in cemetery at Radnor.
Brown, Robert, buried at Ashley.
Burroughs, _____, buried at Ashley.
Butt, Isaac, buried in Oller Cemetery
Carney, Thomas, buried in cemetery of Blue Church.
Case, Ralph, died in Liberty Township, aged 82, buried in Liberty cemetery.
Caykendall, Peter, buried in cemetery of Blue Church.
Cellar, George, member of Capt. Drake's company, buried in Liberty cemetery.
Cellar, John F., member of Capt. Drake's company, buried in Liberty cemetery.
Cellar, Robert, member of Capt. Drake's company, buried in Liberty cemetery.
Cellar, Thomas McCoy, mem. Capt. Drake's company, buried in Liberty cemetery.
Clawson, Elder, buried in Burnside cemetery.
Cline, Henry, buried at Marlborough.
Cole, Joseph, buried at Marlborough.
Coonfare, Peter, buried in cemetery at Radnor.
Copeland, Weeks, buried in Burnside cemetery.
Corbin, Reuben, buried in Oller cemetery
Covell, Calvin, buried in Oak Grove cemetery
Cowgill, Thomas, buried in Oak Grove cemetery.
Crawford, James W. father of James M., buried in Oak Grove.
Cross, Rail, buried at Ashley.
Cunningham, Joseph, buried in Oak Grove.
Curren, Joseph, buried at Marlborough.
Curtis, Marcus, buried at Galena.
Davids, William, buried at Radnor.
Decker, Joseph, born 1786, died 1863, buried at Bokescreek.
Decker, Moses, buried at Sunbury.
Dildine, Ralph, buried at Radnor.
Dilsaver, Michael born 1782, died 1849, buried at Bokescreek.
Dobson, John, buried at Oak Grove cemetery.
Dodds, Joseph, buried at Fairview.
Ferson, Samuel, buried in cemetery at Africa.
Fisher, Jacob, buried at Berkshire; born 1759, died 1843.
Fisk, Claudis L., buried at Ashley.
Freese, John, buried in Oller cemetery
Gillis, James, buried in Liberty cemetery.
Grigsby, John, buried in Oller cemetery
Hardin, John, played the fife six miles without stopping; buried at Liberty.
Harris, David, buried in cemetery at Olive Green.
Harter, John, buried at Oak Grove.
Haskins, James, buried at Cheshire.
Haszlett, Jacky, buried in cemetery at Olive Green.
Hevelo, David Stapleford, buried in cemetery at Old Eden.
Hill, Caleb, buried at Radnor
Hillman, Aaron, buried in cemetery at Olive Green.
Horner, John, buried at Olive Green.
Howlett, Heman, buried in cemetery at Cheshire
Hughes, Joseph S., Rev. buried in Oak Grove cemetery.
Hultz, Jesse, buried in cemetery at Cheshire
Hurlburt, Lee buried in cemetery at Africa.
Ingram, Isaac, buried in Oller cemetery.
Jackson, James, buried at Oller cemetery
Jacobus, John C. buried at Trenton.
James, Robert, died 1876, aged 82, buried at Sunbury
Jameson, Robert, buried at Oak Grove
Johnson, Zachariah, buried at Oak Grove
Johnson, David, buried at Olive Green.
Kepple, Abraham, buried at Radnor
Kirk, John, buried at Bokescreek
Lawrence, John, buried at Fairview
Lawson, Peter P., died 1852, buried in Oak Grove cemetery
Lewis, Dr. John, buried at Cheshire.
Little, William, died March, 1848; buried in Oak Grove
Long, Daniel, buried in cemetery at Millcreek
Longwell, Ralph, buried at Old Eden.
Lott, Joseph, buried at Olive Green.
Loveless, John, buried in Oller cemetery
Main, Eleazer, buried in Marlborough.
Main, Timothy, buried at Marlborough.
Marley, Frank, buried in Oller cemetery
Martin, Benjamin, buried at Marlborough.
Mather, ____, taught school in Delaware.
McCoy, Robert W., buried in Oak Grove cemetery
McCumber, Jeremiah, buried at Eversole, south of G. I. H.
McKinney, Josiah, buried in cemetery at Liberty
Meeker, Forest, under Gen. Harrison; buried in Oak Grove cemetery
Monroe, Leonard, the old Cole cemetery, south of Stratford.
Newhouse, Anthony, born 1772, died 1851, buried in Newhouse cemetery.
Oller, George, buried in Oller cemetery
Oller, Jacob, buried in Oller cemetery.
Omble, Martin, buried in Oller cemetery
Orcutt, Sylvester, died 1866, aged 83, buried at Sunbury.
Patrick, Benjamin, died 1843, aged 68, buried at Sunbury

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Perry, Robert, buried at Radnor.
Philips, John, buried at Radnor.
Pierce, Joshua, Co., buried in Burnside cemetery.
Piper, Adam, buried at Center Village
Potter, Gilbert, buried in cemetery at Blue Church.
Powers, Avery, killed by Indians near Sandusky.
Randolph, Marsh, no record of burial place.
Ray, Rowland, buried in Ollen cemetery. - Sharon's note:  (Prob. Oller cemetery)
Rhodes, William, buried in Eversole cemetery, south of G. I. H.
Ripley, Thomas, buried at Radnor
Roberts, Hezekiah, buried in Burnside cemetery.
Ryant, John, buried at Cheshire.
Salesbury, John, buried in Oller cemetery
Salmon, Joohn, died Apr. 14, 1864. probably buried in Eden.
Sewell, Henry, buried at Cheshire
Shahan, Joshua, died in Belmont county.
Sharp, William F., buried at arlborough.
Slack, John, buried at Cheshire.
Smead, Livingston, 9th Va. Vol.; buried in Newhoues cemetery.
Spaulding, Micah, buried at Marlborough
Sprague, P., Col. buried in old cemetery, Delaware
Stover, Bejamin F., burial place unknown.
Stratton, Isaac, buried at Marlborough
Swartz, Sebastian, died 1822, buried probably at cemetery near Thompson.
Swartz, Henry, probably buried in cemetery near Thompson chapel.
Van Deman, Henry, buried in Oak Grove at Delaware.
Waldron, George, no record of burial
Wheaton, Esquire, buried at Trenton.
White, _____, no record of burial
Williams, Hosea, Q. M. Dept.; buried in Oak Grove cemetery
Woodstock, Cornelius, buried in cemetery at Blue Church.
Worline, Adam, buried in old cemetery in Delaware.
Worline, John, buried in Marlborough.
Worline, Michael, buried at Marlborough.

     A number of these old soldiers of 1812 are buried at what is known a Wyatt cemetery, just over the northern line of Delaware County in Marion County, who lived within the boundaries of this county but their names could not and probably will never be obtained.

"A dirge for the brave old pioneers
     The muffled drums resound!
Our warriors are slumbering here
     Near to their battle-ground;
For not alone with beasts of prey,
     The bloody strife they waged,
But foremost in the deadly fray.
     Where savage combat raged."

SEMINOLE INDIAN WAR.

     Two from this county served in this war, namely Pinckney Lugenbeel and Calvin T. Townley.  Mr. Lugenbeel was the first to receive an appointment as a cadet to the military school at West Point. He graduated with honor in 1840 and after his graduation was sent to take part in this conflict, serving later in the Mexican War.  Mr. Townley was in the U. S. Marine Corps.

THE MEXICAN WAR.

     After the War of 1812 and the Indian wars accompanying it, the people of Delaware County were no more disturbed until the Mexican War.  The circumstances which led to this contest resulted from the admission of Texas into the American Union.  The "Lone Star" State, by which name this state had been known, was a province of Mexico, had seceded, and for years its citizens had been carrying on a guerrilla warfare with the mother country, with varying results.  In 1836 a battle had been fought in San Jacinto, at which Santa Anna, dictator of Mexico, was captured and his whole army either killed or made prisoners.  Santa Anna was held in strict confinement and finally signed a treaty acknowledging the independence of Texas; but in violation of the treaty, the Republic of Mexico treated Texas and its inhabitants just as she had previously done.  From this time on petitions were frequently presented to the United States government, asking admission into the Union.  Mexico used every means possible to prevent the admission by declaring that her reception would be regarded as a cause for declaration of war, thinking thus to intimidate the United State.  In the presidential contest of 1844 between Clay and Polk, the annexation of Texas was one of the leading issues before the people.  Mr. Polk favored the admission and was elected and this was taken as a public declaration on the subject.  After this election Congress did not hesitate to grant the petition of Texas, and on the first of March, 1845, formally received her as a part of the United States.  Mexico at once broke off all relations with the United States and called home her minister, which was equivalent to a declaration of war.
Congress immediately passed an act. authoriz-

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ing the president to accept the service of fifty thousand volunteers and made an appropriation of ten millions of dollars to carry on the
war.
     The war feeling swept over the country and its patriotism was aroused to the highest pitch of excitement. In the call of the president
for fifty thousand men, Ohio was required to furnish three regiments.  Delaware County was ready to do her part.  Cincinnati was the
place of rendezvous.
     Mr. Z. L. White, who is now vice-president of the City National Bank at Columbus, Ohio, was one of the Mexican War soldiers from Delaware County.
     The following list of soldiers that served in the war with Mexico, from Delaware County, includes the names of a few who enlisted elsewhere, but became citizens of the county after the war:

Albright, Samuel.  
Bill, Daniel, private, Co. E, 4th O. V. I.
Bogan, J. M. C., private, Co. E, 4th O. V. I.
Borgan, Joseph  
Boyd, William, private in Capt. Hawkin's ind. company.
Brentwell, Isaac, private, Co. E, 4th O. V. I.
Brithartz, Lewis A., sergt., Co. B,  Mounted Infantry.
Carpenter, Dorman, private, Co. B, Mounted Infantry.
Clark, Lewis H.  
Crawford, A. J., private, Co. B, 1st O. V. I.
Crawford, Thomas J., private, Co. B, 4th O. V. I.
Cryder, George S., private in a Pen. regiment.
Cutler, James, private, Co. E, 2nd U. S. I.
Daily, Nathan, killed at the batttle of Buena Vista
Davis, John R. private, Co. E, 4th O. V. I.
Deppen, Hiram, private, Co. E, 4th O. V. I.
Deppen, Lucius, private, Co. E, 4th O. V. I.
DePugh, Calvin, enlisted in New York in U. S. regulars.
Foreman, Alfred, buried in Millcreek, Co. E, 4th O. V. I.
Hanover, John, private in Co. F, and O. V. I.
Hay, Jaedgar,cob, enlisted in Col. Donephan's command.
Lawson, Oris  
Linder, Charles  
Linder, Jacob,  
Maddox, Bednigo,  
Moore, Abel, 2nd lieut. Co. E, 4th O. V. I.
Olds, Henry, private, Co. H, 2nd O. V. I.
Osgood, Berard  
Parks, Tine,  
Powers, Hiram, member of the Texas Rangers
Riddle, J.  
Rogers, Joseph, private Co. I, 1st O. V. I.
Roman, Dorrence,  
Rose, Calvin, private, Co. E, 4th O. V. I.
Slife, Phillip, private in Capt. Duncan's ind. Co
Slife, Samuel, private in Capt. Duncan's ind. Co.
Smith, Lewis, corp. in Co. B, U. S. Mounted Riflemen.
Taylor, George, private, Co. D, 2nd O. V. I.
Trout, Amos, private, Co. E, 4th O. V. I.
Trout, Joseph private, Co. E, 4th O. V. I.
Wasson, William  

WAR OF THE REBELLION

     After the war with Mexico, comes the War of the Rebellion, the greatest struggle in the world's history, occurring in the years 1861 to '65.  Any history of Delaware County that did not contain some record of this great struggle would not be complete.  Nothing will be of greater interest to coming generations than a true and faithful account of the events of those five long and gloomy years.

                                   "Armies met in the shock
Of war, with shout and groan, and clarion blast,
And the hoarse echoes of the thunder-gun."

     We owe it as a duty to the soldiers who took part in this struggle to record and preserve the leading facts and to preserve the names of the living and dead who freely offered their lives for this cause.
     Delaware County furnished about twenty-five hundred men in this great struggle.  They were represented in almost every regiment that went from the State and in many regiments from other states and in many regiment of United State troops, were the state from which they had enlisted is not indicated.
     In the first call for three months' service Delaware County was largely represented.  The first regiment in which this county is represented, was the Fourth Ohio Volunteer Infantry.  It was organized in April, 1861, at Camp Jackson, Columbus, under the old militia law of the state.  This regiment contained two full companies from Delaware County.  The first was Company C. which was recruited by Capt. James M. Crawford.  The officers were: James M. Crawford, captain; Eugene Powell, first lieutenant; and Byron Dolbear, second lieutenant.  Lieutenant Powell had recruited a sufficient number to form an

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other company, of which he was elected captain, and mustered in as Company I.
     A few days after the President's call for three years men, a majority of the regiment, including almost the entire companies of Captains Crawford and Powell signified their willingness to enter the service for that period and were mustered in for three years.   The regiment endured hard service and was engaged in many battles.
     The Twentieth Ohio Volunteer Infantry was the next regiment in which Delaware County was represented.  The regiment was organized for three years service at Camp Chase, in September 1861.  Delaware County was represented by Company D, which was recruited by C. H. McElroy to the number of fifty men, with whom he reported to Col. Whitlesey and was assigned as Company G and was mustered into service.  V. T. Hills was commissioned as second lieutenant, under which authority he returned to Delaware and recruited the company to its full number and the assignment was then made as Company D. C. H. McElroy was elected captain, V. T. Hills, first lieutenant, and Henry Sherman, second lieutenant.
     The company soon became one of the best drilled in the regiment and when the colors were received, they were assigned to Company D.
     After valiant service during the three years, the original members, (except veterans) were mustered out and the organization composed of veterans and recruits was retained in service until July 15, 1865, when it was mustered out in accordance with orders from the War Department.
     The Twenty-sixth O.V. I.—The Twenty-sixth O. V. I. contained much material from this county.  Company C was recruited largely in the vicinity of Ashley and was mustered into the three years service in August. 1861.  Jesse Meredith was captain; E. A. Hicks,, first lieutenant; and William Clark, second lieutenant.
     This regiment bore a conspicuous and honorable part in nearly all of the battles along the Tennessee and around Chattanooga.  The regiment was honorably discharged at the close of the war.
     The Twenty-eighth, Thirtieth, Thirty-first and Thirty-second regiments contained many members from Delaware County, especially Company I of the Thirty-second, which was largely recruited from this county, of which Jay Dyer was captain.  The Forty-third and Forty-eighth contained many men also recruited in Delaware County.
     The Sixty-sixth O. V. I.—This regiment was organized under the President's second call for troops, and was mustered into service on the seventeenth of December, 1861.  It contained two companies, E and K. from this county.  It did valiant service in the Army of the Cumberland and was with Sherman on the march from "Atlanta to the sea."
     The Eighty-second O. V. I.—This regiment drew one company from Delaware County, namely, Company I, of which the following were the first officers: George H. Purely, captain; Alfred E. Lee, first lieutenant, and H. M. Latzenberger, second lieutenant.  On the thirty-first of December, 1861, the regiment was mustered into the service with nine hundred and sixty-eight men.  Few regiments from this State performed better service or did more hard fighting than the Eighty-second.
     The Ninety-sixth O. V. I.—The Ninety-sixth Regiment was organized at Camp Delaware, Aug. 19, 1862, to serve three years.  Two companies of this regiment were recruited in Delaware County, namely, F and G.  The first officers of Company F were S. P. Weiser, captain; J. N. Dunlap, first lieutenant, and H. C. Ashwell, second lieutenant; of Company G, J. H. Kimball, captain: H. J. Jarvis, first lieutenant; E. M. Eastman, second lieutenant.  The regiment did service along and west of the Mississippi, extending as far as the southern cost of Texas.  It was consolidated into a battalion of five companies, Nov. 18, 1864, and on July 7. 1865, was mustered out by order of the War Department.
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ware, the old camp of the Ninety-sixth, in September, 1862.  Four companies were largely drawn from Delaware County - Companies C. D. H. and K.  This regiment did valiant service in the Army of the Cumberland and particularly in all the battles in the vicinity of
Chattanooga, Tennessee.  The regiment was mustered out of service June 8, 1865, by order of the War Department.
     The One Hundred and Forty-fifth O. V. I. —In the spring of 1864 the cry was "On to Richmond."  A council of war was held at Washington, in which the governors of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and Iowa took part.  General Grant desired seventy-five thousand more troops before beginning his march to Richmond.  The governor of Ohio, on returning home, called into service the Ohio National Guard; these governors having pledged to furnish seventy-five thousand troops within ten days for one hundred days' service.  The call was responded to with few exceptions and all were on the field within the time designated.  Many of these men lived on farms and had made no plans for being absent, and many of them were persons who had been exempted on account of age or physical disability.  The above regiment was largely composed of Delaware County men.  The regiment was organized at Camp Chase on the twelfth of May, 1864, and was immediately ordered to Washington City.  Upon its arrival it was assigned to General Augur for defense of Washington.  The service of the regiment consisted principally of garrison and fatigue duty, in which, during the whole period, it was constantly employed.  It was drilled in both infantry and heavy artillery tactics.  Although not engaged in battle during the term of service, it took the place of veteran soldiers who were permitted to re-enforce General Grant in his advance on Richmond.  The regiment was mustered out at Camp Chase on Aug. 23, 1864.
     The One Hundred and Seventy-fourth O. V. I. —This regiment was one of the last regiments raised in the State to serve one year, and was composed largely of those who had
served in other regiments.  This regiment and also the One Hundred and Eighty-sixth numbered many soldiers in their ranks from Delaware County.
     The Eighteenth United States Regulars— This regiment drew one full company and part of another from Delaware County, both of which did valiant service during the entire war.  To find a complete record of this regiment, the reader is referred to the roster of the United States troops.
     Besides those who served in the infantry, a large number served in various cavalry regiments of the State, reference to which is made in the roster of Delaware County soldiers which follows.  Also a few from this county served in the navy, record of which is also made.  Quite a number from Delaware County served in the Second Regiment of Ohio Heavy Artillery, and some in the independent organizations.
     Delaware County has been fruitful in producing men who have become prominent in the history of our country.  Four of her sons became generals during the war of '61 to '65.

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     MAJOR-GENERAL RUTHERFORD B. HAYES was born in Delaware, Oct. 4, 1822.  He studied law with Thomas Sparrow at Columbus and graduated from the law school at Harvard College.  At the outbreak of the Civil War he offered his services and was appointed a major of the Twenty-third Ohio Infantry, June 7, 1861.  He was promoted to lieutenant-colonel, Nov. 4, 1861.  On Oct. 15, 1862, be was promoted to colonel of the Ninety-second Regiment.  He distinguished himself by heroic conduct at the battle of Winchester and was disabled at the battle of South Mountain.  For his gallant service in these and other battles he was appointed brigadier-general.  October, 1864.  He had three horses shot under him and was wounded four times.  He served two years in Congress, three times was elected governor of Ohio, and served one term as President of the United States.  The old Hayes homestead still stands in Delaware on East William Street, and should he preserved as a memorial for a heroic life.

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     WILLIAM STARK ROSECRANS was a native of Delaware County.  He was born on a farm south of the Blue Church, in Kingston Township, Sept. 6, 1819.  Young Rosecrans was possessed of great energy of character and mainly through his own individual exertion e gained admission into the Military Academy at West Point.  At this place he was known as a diligent student.  After his graduation he entered the Engineer Corp of the regular army as brevet second lieutenant, and was assigned to duty at Fortress Monroe.  After serving in this capacity for a time, he resigned his position and resided in Cincinnati until the breaking out of the Rebellion.  From the moment that war was declared, Rosecrans gave his time and thoughts to no other subject.  He devoted this time to organizing and drilling the Home Guards against any sudden rush over the border from the South.  When Governor Dennison appointed McClellan major-general of the Ohio militia, he accepted the position of engineer on his staff and prepared a camp for instruction of the volunteers that were now pouring into camp.  On June 9 he was commissioned chief engineer of the State and a few days later was made colonel of the Twenty-third Ohio and assigned to the command of Camp Chase.  Four days afterwards, he received a commission as brigadier-general in the United States army.  From this time the record of General Rosecrans is familiar to all readers of the history of the great rebellion.  He died a few years ago and his remains were buried in Arlington Heights overlooking the city of Washington, D. C.  At this time only a small monument marks his grave.  Here we will leave him and like many another deserving individual

"The flame

Has fallen, and iN lush and fitful gleams
Perchance have faded, but the living fires
Still glow beneath the ashes."

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     GENERAL J. S. JONES was born in Champaign County, Ohio, Feb. 12, 1836.  Passing his boyhood days on the farm and attending the district schools.  Mar. 3, 1853, at the age of seventeen years he entered the preparatory department of Ohio Wesleyan
University, applying himself to such manual labor as he could secure about the town to defray the expenses of his college course.  He
was graduated in the scientific course, June 13, 1855, and then turned his attention to the study of law.  He prosecuted his studies in the office of Powell & Van Deman at Delaware, and was admitted to the Bar in 1857.  When the dark cloud of the Civil war cast its shadow over the national horizon in 1801, Mr. Jones resigned his position to which he had been elected, that of prosecuting attorney,
and enlisted on Apr. 16, of that year in Company C, 4th O. V. I.  He was soon elected first lieutenant of his company, his commission dating from the date of his enlistment.  He was in many battles during the war.  He was promoted to a captaincy in 1862.  He served as a member of the Legislature and in the congress of the United States.  On the twenty-seventh of June, 1865, he was breveted brigadier-general for "gallant and meritorious service during the war."

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     EUGENE POWELL was born in Delaware, Nov. 18, 1834.  When Lincoln made his first call for troops at the outbreak of the war, he enlisted as a captain in the Fourth Ohio Volunteer Infantry.  He served in this capacity until October, 1861, when he was made a major in the same regiment.  He was appointed lieutenant-colonel of the One Hundred and Ninety-third and Mar. 13. 1865, was made brigadier-general.  General Powell remained in the army until the close of the war and on his retirement.  Secretary of War Stanton offered him. the rank of major in the regular army, which he did not accept.  He held many positions of trust throughout his long and busy life.  He commanded the respect of all and numbered, throughout the State, a large circle of sincere friends.

     Of the minor offices from that of colonel down, Delaware County furnished a large number.

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EXPLANATORY NOTE:

     So far as diligent and patient research could find the record, the following roster presents the name of every soldier who went from Delaware County in the War of '61-'65, and many who enlisted elsewhere but are now living or have lived in the country.  Where no other mention is made, the enlistments were usually within the county.  Where the soldier is credited with veteran service the re-enlistment was usually in the same regiment unless otherwise stated.  Although as our title indicates it is mainly composed of the rank and file of those who fought and won our victories, it also includes general staff and field officers, where such belong to the county.  A brief record of the Ohio regiments in which a company or more from Delaware County served, has been given, and we believe the children and children's children of the soldiers of the county have just cause for pride in connecting their names with the roster by company and regiment and the achievements of these troops.  For a list of the battles and engagements of the war in which these brave men took part, we refer the reader to the many histories of the war.  In preparing this chapter, the writer, while sparing no effort to make it a full and complete roster of Delaware county's troops in the War of the Rebellion, is aware that many errors may be found and some names not obtained.  We believe our patrons, realizing the magnitude of the work, will not be unduly critical, when such errors occur.  The chapter has grown beyond the limits expected and it is believed the soldiers for whom it has been written will appreciate the result obtained.  The following is the key to the abbreviations used in the roster:

A. C. - army corps.
A. D. C. - aide-de-camp.
Adjt. - adjutant.
App. - appointed.
Art. artillery.
Artif. - artificer.
Bat. - battery.
Batn. - battalion.
Bet. - between.
Brev. - brevetted.
Brig. - brigade.
Capt. - captain.
Cap. - captured.
Cav. - cavalry.
Co. - company and county.
Col. - colonel.
Com. - commissioned.
Comy. - commissary.
Corp. - corporal.
Consol. - consolidated.
Det. - detailed
Dis. - discharged.
Disab. - disability, disabled.
Div - division.
E. - enlisted.
Eng. - engineers.
Gen. - general.
H. A. - heavy artillery.
Hd. Qtrs. - headquarters.
Hosp - hospital.
Indp. - independent.
Inf. - infantry.
Isl. - island.
L. A. - light artillery.
Lieut. - lientenant.
M. O. - mustered out.
Mt. - mountain.
Ord. - orderly.
Pro. - promoted.
Prov. - provost.
Q. M. - quartermaster.
Reg. - regiment, regimental.
Res. - resigned.
Sergt. - sergeant.
Squad. - squadron.
S. S. - sharpshooters.
Sta. - station.
Stew. - steward.
Trans. - transferred.
Twp. - township.
V. I. - volunteer infantry.
V. V. I. - veteran volunteer company.
V. C. - volunteer cavalry
V. V. C. - veteran volunteer cavalry.
Vet. - veteranized.
V. R. C. - veteran reserve corps.

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Abbott, Elijah Co. A., 145th O. V. I.  
Abrams, John, Co. K, 121st O. V. I.  
Abrams, Marion, Co. F, 96th O. V. I.; died on hospital boat Jan. 13, 1863
Adams, Augustus, mem. "Berkshire Gray Guards;" and Co. H., 145th O. V. I.
Adams, Francis M., Co. A, 145th O. V. I.  
Adams, Henry P., Co. A, 145th O. V. I.  
Adams, Jesse, corp. Co. K, 121st O. V. I., died Aug. 12, 1869
Adams, John, Co. C, 121st O. V. I.  
Adams, Joseph J., Co. A, 95th O. V. I.; disabled at Richmond, Ky.
Adams, Milo S., Co. K, 121st O. V. I.  
Adams, W. L., Co. K, 121st O. V. I.  
Adkins, Charles I., Co. K, 27th O. V. I.  
Adkins, William H., Co. G, 48th Ind. V. I.; died 1863, Stone River, buried there.
Aigen, Stephen P., Co. C, 4th O. V. I., trans. to inv. corps.
Akum, Peter, Co. I, 4th O. V. I.; mortally wounded at Fredericksburg, Va.
Akum, Samuel, Co. E, 46th O. V. Il; killed at Atlanta.
Akum, William, Co. E, 3rd Mich. Cav.  
Aldrich, David, Co. C, 26th O. V. I., and Co. C, 10th O. V. C.
Aldrich, Davidson, Co. C. 26th O. V. I.; died in hosp., Charlestown, W. Va.
Aldrich, Jarvis, Co. D, 121st O. V. I., killed at Chickamauga.
Aldrich, John M., Co. A, 76th O. V. I.  
Aldrich, Nelson C., bat., 2nd O. V. H. A.  
Aldrich, Reuben, Co. C, 96th O. V. I.  
Alexander, George B., Co. F, 138th Ind. V. I.  
Alexander, Hosea W., Co. I, 4th O. V. I.  
Alexander, Joseph C., Co. K, 66th O. V. I., wounded at Culpepper C. H.
Allbaugh, Felix, Co. C, 15th O. V. I.  

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Allen, Arrow B., Co. C, 4th O. V. I.  
Allen, Frank, Co. H, 145th O. V. I.  
Allen, Flavius, E. at Lancaster in an Ohio regiment  
Allen, Herman W., hosp. steward 96th O. V. I.; died 1863
Allen, Heber, corp. Co. E, 145th O. V. I.  
Allen, Jacob, Co. D, 145th O. V. I.  
Allen, John, Co. E, 66th O. V. I.  
Aller, John, Co. G, 88th O. V. I.  
Allison, Thomas, Co. H, 11st O. V. I.  
Alston, David, 100th U. S. I.  
Anderson, Andrew ., lieut. Co. C, 4th O. V. I.; Qm. 189th O. V. I.
Anderson, Charles, 127th O. V. I.  
Anderson, Gillis J., Co. C, 4th O. V. I.  
Anderson, John A., 1st Lieut. 187th O. V. I.  
Anderson, George, Qm 127th O. V. I.  
Anderson, Robert, sergt. Co. K, 145th O. V. I.  
Anderson, Samuel, Co. K, 145th O. V. I.  
Anderson, William, Co. K, 66th O. V. I.  
Andrews, John A., Co. B, 46th O. V. I.; died at Chattanooga
Andrews, William G., Co. B, 46th O. V. I.  
Angell, Gideon C., Co. I, 11th Pa. Cav.  
Armstrong, Edson S., Co. H, 121st O. V. I.  
Armstrong, George, Co. C, 4th O. V. I.  
Armstrong, J. Hamilton, Co. K, 66th O. V. I.  
Armstrong, J. S., Co. E, 145th O. V. I.  
Armstrong, Jared E., Co. A, McLaughlin's Squadron  
Armstrong, Samuel, Co. E, 75th N. Y. V. I.  
Armstrong, Wm., Co. H, 121st O. V. I.  
Arnold, Charles, sergt. Co. G, 96th O. V. I.  
Arnold, Gardner, Co. A, 31st O. V. I.  
Arnold, Irwin B., sergt. Co. G, 96th O. V. I.  
Arnold, John S., Co. A, 145th O. V. I.  
Arnway, Nicholas, Co. H, 174th O. V. I.  
Arthur, Anson, Co. D, 120th Cav.  
Arthur, F. T., Co. C, 121st O. V. I.  
Arthur, Francis T., Co. E, 145th O. V. I.  
Ashbrook, Welcome, Co. C, 15th O. V. I.  
Ashwell, Francis D., Co. E, 18th Ill. V. I.  
Ashwell, Henry C., in 3rd O. V. I., 96th O. V. I. and Col. 145th O. V. I.
Ashwell, Nelson, E. at age of 17, Co. C, 82d O. V. I.
Ashwell, Richard, Co. C, 145th O. V. I.
Askins, Addison, Co. C, 121st O. V. I.
Atkinson, David, Co. G, 96th O. V. I.
Atkinson, George, Co. D, 145th O. V. I.
Author, N. B., 2d lieut. Co. B, 187th O. V. I.
Axton, Thomas H., Co. A, 179th O. V. I., age 15 years
Ayers, Jacob, Co. I, 82d O. V. I. E. age of 15
Ayers, John, Co. C, 121st O. V. I., killed at Perrysville
Ayers, Thomas, Co. D, 121st O. V. I.  
Ayers, William, Co. F, 96th O. V. I.  
Ayne, John J., Co. G, 45th O. V. I.  
Babbit, Cyrus B., Co. F, 1st Bat., 18th U. S. I.  
Bachelor, Bazil, Co. D, 92d O. V. I.  
Bacon, George, 4th O. V. I.  
Bacon, William, Co. F, 43d O. V. I.  
Bagley, Adam, Co. C, 39th O. V. I.  
Bailer, Charles K., Co. A, 18th U. S. A.  
Bailer, William H., Co. C, 4th O. V. I. (missing in action).
Bailey, Albert C., Co. I, 32d O. V. I.  
Baley, James, Co. H, 121st O. V. I.  
Bailey, James, Co. B, 187th O. V. I.  
Bailey, Theodore F., Ind. Co. Union Light Guards  
Bailey, Thomas, 133d O. V. I.  
Bailely, William, Co. H, 121st O. V. I.  
Baker, Daniel, Co. G, 96th O. V. I.  
Baker, Joseph, Co. E, 66th O. V. I., and Co. A, 145th O. V. I.
Baker, Robert, Co. I, 4th O. V. I.  
Baker, Samuel, Co. F, 96th O. V. I.  
Baldwin, Charles, Co. B, 55th O. V. I.  
Baldwin, L. S., Co. A, 60th O. V. I.  
Baldwin, S. H., sergt 48th O. V. I.  
Bancels, Solomon, Co. E, 31st O. V. I.  
Banker, Benjamin, Co. D, 121st O. V. I.  
Banks, John, U. S. N. "The Ohio."  
Barber, Barnabus, Co. I, 4th O. V. I.  
Barcus, James, Co. H, 121st O. V. I.  
Barcus, Rufus, Co. G, 113th O. V. I.  
Bardwell, Alfred H., Co. G, 96th O. V. I.  
Barker, Andrew, 22d Ind. Bat.  
Barker, Bernard, Co. H, 121st O. V. I.  
Barker, Orlando H., Co. C, 4th O. V. I., and lieut. Co. C, 186th O. V. I.
Barker, Robert M., sergt. Co. C, 186th O. V. I.  
Barkhurst, John W. F., Co. D, 51st O. V. I.  
Barley, Daniel, Co. H, 121st O. V. I.  
Barnes, Abner, Bat. C, 2d O. V. H. A.  
Barnes, George, Co. H, 145th O. V. I.  
Barnes, Henry, Co. G, 96th O. V. I.  
Barnes, Homer, President's body guard  
Barnes, George W., Co. D, 121st O. V. I.; died with measles
Barnes, L. S., Co. C, 4th O. V. I.  
Barnes, Wheeler, Co. F, 121st O. V. I.  
Barr, J. A., Co. H, 121st O. V. I.  
Barr, James, Co. H, 121st O. V. I.  
Barrett, James, Co. C, O. V. I.; killed at Resaca, Ga.
Barrett, Joseph J., Co. B, 136th O. V. I.  
Barrett, William W., E. Sept. 15, 1861  
Barry, Joshua, Co. D, 121st O. V. I.  
Bartholomew, Chester, Co. D, 121st O. V. I., killed at Kenesaw Mt.
Bartlett, George, Co. C, 4th O. V. I., and Co. C. 145th O. V. I.
Barton, Andrew, Capt. Co. G, 96th O. V. I.  
Barton, Ebenezer, Co. H, 174th O. V. I.  
Barton, Levi, Co. C, 88th O. V. I.  
Bassinger, John, capt. Co. H, 174th O. V. I.  
Battenfield, L. W., Bat. C, O. V. H. A.  
Battenfield, Milton, 86th O. V. I., and 174th O. V. I.; died Apr. 12, 1869.
Bauman, Henry, Musician, Co. C, 15th U. S. I.  
Bater, George W., sergt. pro. lieut. Co. H, 63d Ill. V. I.  
Baxter, Herod, Co. C, 26th O. V. I.  
Baxter, Philip D., Co. D, 121st O. V. I.; starved to death in Andersonville, 1864.
Baxter, William, Co. D, 121st O. V. I.; killed at Chickamauga.
Bayers, George L., Co. B, 48th O. V. I.  
Bayler, Charles K., Co. A, 18th U. S. I.  
Bayler, William H., Co. C, 4th O. V. I.  
Beach, theron A., Co. C, 4th O. V. I.  
Beard, Eery, Co. G, 145th O. V. I.  
Beard, Roswell, Co. H, 145th O. V. I.  
Beard, Truman, Co. C, 4th O. V. I.  

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Beatty, William, Jr., Co. E, 60th O. V. I.  
Beaver, William, Co. C, 121st O. V. I.  
Beck, John G., Co. B, 14th N. Y. V. I.  
Beck, Thomas, Co. H, 186th O. V. I.  
Beckham, John, Co. I, 4th and Co. H, 74th O. V. I.
Beckley, Henry, Co. C, 186th O. V. I.  
Beckley, Samuel, Co. E, 30th O. V. I.  
Beckwith, James, Co. D, 27th O. V. I.  
Bedow, Benjamin, Co. A, 145th O. V. I.  
Beddow, Garrett, Co. I, 4th O. V. I.  
Bedford, M. S., Co. B, 157th O. V. I.  
Beach, James W., Co. C, 121st O. V. I.  
Beecher, John, 2d Bat. U. S. I.  
Beecher, Mordecai, Co. I, 18th U. S. I.  
Beiber, James, Co. K, 145th O. V. I.  
Bell, Austin J., Co. H, 174th O. V. I.  
Bell, Emmett, Co., Co. D, 145th O. V. I.  
Bell, Robert, Co. I, 4th O. V. I.  
Bell, Stanley, Co. H, 85th O. V. I., and Co. H., 174th O. V. I.
Bell, Thomas B., Co. F, 96th O. V. I.  
Bell, William,   died during war, Concord Twp.
Belta, Wm. G., Co. E, 66th O. V. I.  
Benedict, A. F., Co. D, 121st O. V. I.  
Benedict, Henry, Co. D, 121st O. V. I.  
Benedict, Stephen, Co. D, 65th O. V. I.  
Benedict, William H., Co. C, 26th O. V. I.  
Bennett, Emery A., Co. E, 1st Iowa V. C.  
Bennett, Ralph, Co. D, 95th O. V. I.  
Bennett, Russell B., Chaplain Co. I, 32d O. V. I.  
Bennett, Willard, Co. E, 31st O. V. I.  
Bensley, William, Co. C, 26th O. V. I.  
Benson, Nelson W., Co. C, 15th O. V. I.  
Bentley, E. E., Co. E, 145th O. V. I.  
Benton, Alfred, Co. C, 1st Bat., 15th U. S. I.  
Benton, Benjamin Co. D, 145th O. V. I.  
Benton, Erastus, Co. C, 121st O. V. I.  
Benton, Henry, Concord Twp.  
Benton, William, Co. A, 60th O. V. I.  
Bergstresser, George, sergt. Co. H, 63d Ill.  
Berlett, Johnston C., Co. E, 145th O. V. I.  
Berry, James, Co. G, 96th O. V. I.  
Berry, James B., Co. G, 74th O. V. I.  
Berry, Samuel, Co. B, 121st O. V. I.  
Berry, William G., Co. F, 136 Pa. V. I.  
Besse, Henry, ass't surg. 45th O. V. I.; surg. 145th O. V. I.
Besse, Marion Co. I, 88th O. V. I.  
Bethard, Charles W., Co. B, 187th O. V. I.  
Bevaa, William, Co. C, 121st O. V. I.  
Bevil, Joseph, 18th U. S. I.  
Bickett, Robert, Co. K, 145th O. V. I.  
Bickle, David, Co. E, 145th O. V. I.  
Bickle, T., Co. E, 145th O. V. I.  
Biddle, Henry, Co. K, 111th O. V. I.  
Bieber, John Co. C, 4th O. V. I.  
Bierman, William H., Co. G, 48th Pa. V. I.  
Biglow, Henry C.    
Biglow, O. S., Co. V. Gov't Guards  
Bill, Daniel, Co. D, 20th O. V. I.  
Billingsly, Robert, Co. G, 82d O. V. I.  
Bird, Abner J., Co. F, 81st O. V. I.  
Birdsall, John, Co. C,, 4th O. V. I.  
Bishop, Brazilla, Co. D, 121st O. V. I.  
Bishop, Alvin, Co. G, 187th O. V. I.  
Bishop, H. H., Co. C, 26th O. V. I.  
Bishop, Henry, Co. D, 121st O. V. I.  
Bishop, James D., Co. K, 66th O. V. I.  
Bishop, Joseph C., Co. C, 145th O. V. I.  
Bishop, Levi, Co. C, 145th O. V. I.  
Black, G., 3d O. V. I.  
Black, Franklin, 2d lieut. Co. H, 145th O. V. I.  
Black, John, Co. C, 26th O. V. I.  
Black, Wilson, Co. C, 145th O. V. I.  
Blackbury, Samuel    
Blackford, Gilbert M., Co. F. 147th O. V. I.  
Blackledge, Isaac, served in Ind. reg't; died during war.
Blaine, Elam J., Co. H, 121st O. V. I.  
Blaine, Samuel, Co. H, 76th O. V. I.  
Blaine, Solomon, Co. H, 121st O. V. I.  
Blakelee, Henry H., Co. C, 82d O. V. I.  
Bland, Silas W., Co. C, 49th O. V. I.  
Blaney, Edward, 86th O. V. I.; died in service.
Blaney, Henry C., Co. K, 121st O. V. I.  
Blanpied, Sauren J., Co. D, 145th O. V. I.  
Blauvelt, Alonzo L., Co. I, 32d O. V. I.  
Blayney, Edwin R., Co. G, 96th O. V. I.  
Blinn, Newton, Co. C, 4th O. V. I.  
Blue, J. G., capt. Co. I, 3d O. V. I.; 31 months a prisoner
Blymyer, Chas. W., Co. E, 145th O. V. I.  
Boardman, John E., Co. K, 175h Mich. V. I.  
Bockoven, Charles O., Co. G, 96th O. V. I.  
Bockoven, William J., Co. E, 82d O. V. I.  
Bogan, Joseph, Co. E, 30th O. V. I.  
Boham, Ephraim, Co. H, 2d O. V. I.  
Boham, George, Co. E, 18th U. S. I.  
Boham, George E., Co. __, 26th O. V. I.; killed at Crab Orchard
Bollinger, Jacob, Co. B, 48th O. V. I., Co. D, 145th O. Vol.
Bolton, Thomas, Co. H, 184th O. V. I.; died during war.
Boone, Daniel, Co. D, 145th O. V. I.  
Boone, John L., Co. D, 20th O. V. I.  
Borden, George, Co. F, 90th O. V. I.  
Borey, Homer T., Co. K, 121st O. V. I. Killed
Boston, Andrew, Co. G, 96th O. V. I.  
Boston, A. P., Co. D, 88th O. V. I.  
Boston, Henry, Co. D, 121st O. V. I.  
Boston, John W., Co. F, 82d O. V. I.  
Boston, Solomon, Co. H, 121st O. V. I.  
Boston, Thomas, Co. H, 121st O. V. I.  
Boston, William, 45th O. V. I.  
Boudel, George B., Co. H, 45th O. V. I.  
Bowdle, James F., Co. E, 82d O. V. I.  
Bower, Jacob, 5th Ohio Ind. Bat.  
Bower, Daniel, Co. K, 66th O. V. I.  
Bower, Evans, Co. A, 145th O. V. I.  
Bower, Jacob, Co. A, 176th O. V. I.  
Bower, Marcus, Co. E, 66th O. V. I.  
Bowers, C. W., 18th U. S. I.  
Bowers, David, . 121st O. V. I  
Bowersmith, Isaac, corp. Co. I, 87th O. V. I.  
Bowman, J., Co. A, 5th O. V. I.  
Boyd, Bishop, Co. H, 121st O. V. I.  
Bradley, T., Co. E, 145th O. V. I.  
Brake, Joseph M., Co. D, 22d O. V. I.  
Bram, Michael, Co. H, 174th O. V. I.  
Bratton, W. P., Co. D, 43d O. V. I.  
Brecht, Albert T., Co. D, 20th O. V. I.  
Brecht, Johnson C., sergt. Co. E, 145th O. V. I.  

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Breckinridge, George A., Co. C, 82d O. V. I.  
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

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Carpenter, Thomas F., Co. D, 27th O. V. I.  
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

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Converse, John    
Conway, Ebenezer, Co. D, 145th O. V. I.  
Conway, Joseph, Co. D, 145th O. V. I.  
Conway, Lewis W., corp. Co. C, 145th O. V. I.  
Cook, Emmett, Co. D, 20th O. V. I.  
Cook, Rodney R., e. at Delaware  
Cook, Rodney B., age 17, e. gunboat, "The Nymph" No. 54, Miss. Squad
Cook, Zepheniah, Co. D, 20th O. V. I.  
Cooley, David, Co. D, 121st O. V. I.  
Coomer, Alexander, Co. A, 30th Ind.  
Coomer, C. B., Co. C, 88th O. V. I.  
Coomer, Jerry E., capt. Co. C, 26th O. V. I.  
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

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Davis, Joseph F., Co. I, 2d Me. V. C.  
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

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Eatman, E. M., capt. Co. A, 96th O. V. I.  
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

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Fravel, Abner, Bat.; 1st Ill. V. L. A.  
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

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Griffith, Chas. F., Co. G, 27th O. V. I.  
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

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Heiler, Elias, Co. C, 4th O. V. I.  
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

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Hummel, Henry, Co. K, 96th O. V. I.  
Humphreys, Harvey A., 1st sergt. Co. K, 145th O. V. I.  
Humphrey, Hezekiah H.. Co. G, 96th O. V. I.  
Humphrey, John H., col. Co. G, 45th O. V. I.  
Humphreys, Edward, Co. E, 96th O. V. I.  
Humphreys, Gibson, Co. G, 96th O. V. I.  
Humphreys, Richard, 4th O. V. I. and 86th O. V. I.  
Hunt, Milton, Co. E. 4th O. V. I.  
Huntley, Albert, Co. D, 145th O. V. I.  
Huntley, Lvman S., sergt Co. G, 96th O. V. I.  
Huntley, Oscar F., Co. E, 66th O. V. I.  
Hupp, George, Co. F, 121st O. V. I.  
Hupp, Harvey. Co. F, 65th O. V. I.  
Hurlburt, Noah, Co. H, 145th O. V. I.  
Hurlburt, Robert F., Co. E, 145th O. V. I.  
Hurley. William P., Co. C, 121st O. V. I.  
Huston, Archibald, Co. A. 121st O. V. I.  
Huston, George W., corp. Co. C, 36th O. V. I.  
Huston, Joseph, Co. G, 46th O. V. I.  
Huston, Noah, Co. F, 181st O. V. I.  
Huston, Norman, Co. B, 18th U. S. I.  
Hutchis. Jasper N., Co. C, 133d O. V. I.  
Hyatt, Dr. E. H., capt. Co. A, 20th O. V. I.  
Hyatt, Servis, Co. D, 121st O. V. I.  
Hyde, Frank C, 32nd O. V. I.  
Hyde, Joshua M.. Co. C, 7th Ver.  
Hvde, Russell, capt. 32nd O. V. I. at Harper's Ferry.
Ingalls, Pearl P.. Co. A, 60th O. V. I.  
Ingham, Melville C, Co. G, 14th O. V. V. I.  
Ingle, Peter, Co. C, 86th O. V. I.  
Ingle, William, Co. C, 145th O. V. I.  
Ingmire, Fernando B., 18th O. Ind. Bat.  
Ingram, William, Co. D, 64th O. V. V. I.  
Inskeep, A. J., Co. D, 20th O. V. I.  
Inskeep, Gustavus, Co. C, 145th O. V. I.  
Irwin, D. S., Co. I, 32nd O. V. I.  
Irwin, Isaac, Co. D, 121st O. V. I.  
Jackson. Benjamin, Co. H, 121st O. V. I.  
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

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Julian, Samuel, Co. G, 88th O. V. I.  
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

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Lewis, Milo H., Co. K, 121st O. V. I.  
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

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Mayfield, Andrew, Co. C, 86th O. V. I. and Union Light Guards
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

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Moore, George, Co. G, 98th O. V. I.  
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

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Ostrander, Jacob, Co. , 20th; Co. C, 121st; Co. I, 69th O. V. I.
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

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Powers, Orrin, Co. K, 145th O. V. I.  
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

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Rose, C. J., Co. G, 136th O. V. I.  
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

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Sheets, William H., Co. F, 96th O. V. I.  
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

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South, James, Co. B, 46th O. V. I.  
South, William, Co. C, 121st O. V. I.  
Southwick, Rufus E., Co. H, 136th O. V. I.  
Spain, William D., Co. K, 96th O. V. I.  
Spaulding, John, Co. I, 4th O. V. I.  
Spear, Anthony M., Co. H, 145th O. V. I.  
Spear, George T., Co. H, 145th O. V. I.  
Spear, James H., Co. D, 31st O. V. I.  
Spear, Leonidas, Co. G, 45th O. V. I.  
Spearman, John, Co. F, 43d O. V. I.  
Sponsler, Adam, Co. A, 10th O. V. C.  
Sprague, F. B., in an Oregon regt.  
Springer, James, Co. I, 82d O. V. I.  
Staggers, Joseph, Co. H, 1st Iowa V. C.  
Stallman, Henry Co. H, 45th O. V. I.  
Standish, Bryan N., Co. K, 145th O. V. I.  
Standish, John M., Co. K, 145th O. V. I.  
Stanforth, George B., corp. Co. H, 145th O. V. I.  
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
   
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
Tailor, Martin B., Co. G, 14th Va. V. I.  
Tallman, William H. H., Co. E, 66th O. V. I.  
Taylor, Adam, Co. E, 30 O. V. I.  
Taylor, Adam H., 4th O. V. I.  
Taylor, Elam, Co. D, 121st O. V. I.  
Taylor, George A., Co. C, 26th O. V. I.  
Taylor, Henry W., Co. B, 48th O. V. I.  
Taylor, Joel B., Co. G, 88th O. V. I.  
Taylor, M. C., Co. B, 37th Bat.  
Taylor, R. S., Co. A, 5th U. S. C.  
Taylor, W. T., Co. G, 14th O. V. I.  
Terrell, Samuel, Co. A, 179th O. V. I.  
Terrill, Dayton M., Co. C, 186th O. V. I.  
Tharp, Job, Co. H, 71st O. V. I.  
Thoman, Henry K, Co. K, 17th O. V. I.  
Thomas, David, Co. C, 1st lieut. Co. D, 14th Ky., and Co. A, 14th Ky.  
Thomas, David H., capt. Co. D, 20th O. V. I.  
Thomas, Jonathan, Co. A, 145th O. V. I.  
Thomas, John H., Co. E, 66th O. V. I.  

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Thomas, John H., Co. A, 145th O. V. I.  
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
Ufferman, Peter, Co. C, 14tth O. V. I.  
Ulrey, Charles M., 7th U. S. C.  
Underwood, Amos W., Co. F, 3d Pa. V. C.  
Utley, J., 75th Ill. V. I.  
Utter, Andrew, Co. D, 121st O. V. I.  
Utter, Joseph E., Co. G, 171st Pa. V. I.  
Utz, Alexander R., Co. A, 145th O. V. I.  
Utz, John F., Co. A, 145th O. V. I.  
Vanata, George W., Co. E, 96th O. V. I.  
VanBrimmer, William, Co. C, 145th O. V. I.  
Van Brimmer, John, Co. K, 66th O. V. I.  
Vance, Edward J., Co. K, 145th O. V. I.  
Vance, James N., Co. D, 20th O. V. I.  
Van Deman, John D., 2d lieut. Co. E, 145th O. V. I.  
VanDruff, David A., Co. A, 6th O. V. I.; died in service
Van Fleet, Marritt, Co. G, 96th O. V. I.  
Van Horn, Giarad, Co. D, 145th O. V. I.  
Van Horn, James J., col. 8th U. S. I.  
Van Houton, C. W., Co. H, 121st O. V. I.  
Van Wormer, Abraham, Co. G, 96th O. V. I.  
Van Wormer, Frank, Co. I, 32d O. V. I.  
Veal, Robert, Co. H, 121st O. V. I.  
Veer, Andrew A., Co. C, 4th O. V. I.  
Veley, John, Co. C, 14th O. V. I.  
Veley, Milo, Co. A, 48th Ill. V. I.  
Vining, Benjamin, Co. H, 145th O. V. I.  
Vining, Charles, Co. C, 4th O. V. I.  
Vining, Charles C., Co. C, 4th O. V. I.  
Vining, E. C., Co. C, 86th O. V. I., 1st lieut.  
Vining, Reuben, Co. H, 145th O. V. I.  
Vining, Reuben, 3d Ill. V. I.  
Vining, Rufus, Co. E, 145th O. V. I.  
Vining, Thomas P., Batn. C, 2d O. V. H. A.  
Vought, Isaac H., Co. B, 48th O. V. I., and Co. B, 83d O. V. I.
Vought, Isaac, corp. Co. D, 145th O. V. I.  
Vought, John F., Co. D, 145th O. V. I.  
Waggy, William, Co. C, 121st O. V. I.  
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

 

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Watkins, Izastus, Co. A, 145th O. V. I.  
Watkins, John H., Co. A, 145th O. V. I.  
Watkins, John W., capt. Co. E, 66th O. V. I.  
Watkins, John W., Co. A, 145th O. V. I.
Watkins, Nathaniel D., Co. D, 145th O. V. I.  
Watson, George B., sergt. Co. I, 3d O. V. C.; pro. lieut.
Watson, Robert A., Co. A, 145th O. V. I.  
Watson, Thomas C., Co. E, 66th O. V. I.  
Watters, James, in Ind. regt.; killed at Stone River
Watters, Lyman J., Co. G, 18th O. V. I.  
Watters, Wesley, Co. F, 96th O. V. I.  
Weaver, Alfred, Co. H, 11th . V. R. C.  
Weaver, Andrew P. sergt, 7th O. Ind. Bat.  
Weaver, Benjamin, Co. C, 121st O. V. I.  
Weaver, John H., Co. C, 121st O. V. I.  
Webb, Joseph P., sergt. maj. 7th O. V. I.; killed at Manchester, Va.
Webb, Martin, Co. K, 66th O. V. I.  
Webster, Charles W., Co. F, 121st O. V. I.
Webster, George P., Co. E, 66th O. V. I.  
Webster, Joseph P., Co. F, 996th O. V. I.  
Webster, William B., Co. E, 66th O. V. V.  I.
Webster, William H., Co. F, 96th O. V. I.  
Weeks, James H., Co. I, 32d O. V. I.  
Weeks, O. F., Co. I, 32d O. V. I.  
Weeks, Seth, 2d Batn. 18th U. S. I.; died in service
Weiser, Albert, 63d O. V. I.; Co. F, 96th O. V. I.
Weiser, Charles, Co. D, 20th O. V. I.  
Weiser, Christian, Co. I, 82d O. V. I.  
Weiser, John, Co. I, 82d Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Weiser, Noah, Co. C, 67th Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Weiser, Philip, Co. E, 32d O. V. I.
Weiser, Solomon B., capt. Co. F, 96th O. V. I.
Welch, Byron L., Co. C, 4th O. V. I.
Welch, Girard, Co. C, 4th O. V. I.
Welch, George, Co. G, 88th O. V. I.
Welch, Henry A., Co. E, 84th O. V. I.
Welch, L. Byron, corp. Co. E, 145th O. V. I.
Welch, Peter, Co. H, 174th O. V. I.
Welch, William, Co. F, 96th O. V. I.
Welch, William, Co. D, 20th O. V. I.
Welch, William, Co. A, 179th O. V. I.
Welch, W. O., Co. E, 145th O. V. I.
Welchhauns, Henry, Co. I, 8d O. V. I.
Welker, Charles, Co. G, 8th O. V. I.
Welkins, Elmas F., Co. C, 26th O. V. I.
Weller, Elias H., 63d regt. band
Wells, Edwin R., Co. G, 45th O. V. I.
Wells, Griffin, Co. H, 121st O. V. I.
Wells, Milton A., Co. F, 43d O. V. I.
Wells, Milton D., 121st O. V. I.
Wells, Robert A., Co. E, 66th O. V. I.
Wells, Samuel, Co. C, 4th O. V. I.
West, William H., Co. C, 26th O. V. I.
Westbrook, Albert E., surg. 106th O. V. I.
Westenhaver, S. B., Co. D, 20th O. V. I.
Westlake, Samuel R., Co. K, 96th O. V. I.
Wetson, Hugh S., Co. D, 20th O. V. I.
Wett, Jona, Co. E, 2d O. H. A.
Wharton, John, Co. C, 154th O. V. I.
Wheeler, G. L., Co. K, 3d O. V. C.
Wheeler, Herman J., Co. D, 121st O. V. I.
Wherry, John, Co. H, 174th O. V. I.
Whipple, Lewis, Co. D, 121st O. V. I.
Whitcraft, John H., Co. K, 145th O. V. I.
White, Albert, Bat. E, 2d O. V. H. A.
White, Armidon, Co. A, 18th U. S. I.
White, George, Co. F, 96th O. V. I.
White, George W., Co. C, 186th O. V. I.
White, Isaac K., Co. K, 96th O. V. I.
White, James, Co. I, 32d O. V. I.
Whitehead, William W., sergt. Co. H, 7th Ill. V. C.
Whiting, Johnson, Co. I, 5th U. S. C.
Whitlock, E. D., Co. E, 145th O. V. I.
Whitman, George, Co. K, 121st O. V. I., and Co. H. 145th O. V. I.
Whitney, R. W., Co. H, 121st O. V. I.
Whitney, William H., 113th O. V. I.
Whittens, Charles W., Ch. H, 121st O. V. I.
Whittens, William, Co. H, 121st O. V. I.
Wickham, J. W., Co. E, 31st O. V. I.
Wigdon, Perry, Co. F, 96th O. V. I.
Wiggins, John, sergt. Co. A, 50th O. V. I.
Wigton, Thomas F., Co. K, 121st O. V. I.
Wilcox, Barnum, Co. A, 2d Batn., 18th U. S. I.
Wilcox, Benjamin F., Co. B, 135th O. V. I.
Wilcox, B. W., Co. A, 2d Batn., 18th U. S. I.
Wilcox, Hiram, Co. C, 113th O. V. I.; killed at Kenesaw Mt.
Wilco, James C., Co. E, 15th U S. I.
WIlcox, James H., Co. H, 145th O. V. I.
Wilcox, Joseph E., Co. F, 96th O. V. I.
Wilcox, John, Co. H, 145th O. V. I.
Wilcox, Lawrence, in an Ohio regt.
Wilcox, Marolus, 113th O. V. I.
Wilcox, Robert, Co. H, 174th O. V. I.
Wilcox, Samuel, Co. G, 96th O. V. I.
Wilcox, Simon, 96th O. V. I.
Wilcox, William H., Co. B, 135th O. V. I.
Wiles, C. W., Co. L., 10th N. Y. C.
Wilkins, Elmus, Co. C, 26th O. V. I.
Willey, Ethan, Co. G, 96th O. V. I.
Willey, George W., Co. A, 145th O. V. I.
Willey, John, Co. C, 145th O. V. I.
Williams, Abraham, Co. A, 2d O. H. A.
Williams, Amos, Co. D, 121st O. V. I.
Williams, Barney, Co. F, 174th O. V. I.
Williams, B. F., Co. F, 96th O. V. I.
Williams, D. L., Co. A, 2d O. H. A.
Williams, Daniel J., Co. E, 66th O. V. I.
Williams, David, Co. E, 66th O. V. I.
Williams, David W., Co. B, 142d O. V. I.
Williams, Eli, Co. B, 46th O. V. I.
Williams, Evan D., Co. A, 145th O. V. I.
Williams, Fergus F., 2d O. V. H. A.
Williams, Frank, Co. H, 121st O. V. I.
Williams, George M., Co. G, 96th O. V. I.
Williams, George W., capt. Co. A, 2d O. H. A.
Williams, George W., sergt. Co. E, 77th O. V. I.
Williams, G. W., 152d O. V. I.
Williams, Henry A., Co. C, 86th O. V. I., and Co. C, 26th O. V. V. I.
Williams, Jackson, Co. F, 121st O. V. I.
Williams, Jeremiah E., Co. I, 159th O. V. I.
Williams, Morris, Co. E, 66th O. V. I. and Co. H, 174th O. V. I.
Williams, Peter, 18th U. S. I.
Williams, Sylvester G., in Ohio regt. inf.
Williams, T. B., surg. 121st O. V. I.
Williams T. J., Co. A, 145th O. V. I.

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Williams, Thomas, Co. C, 4th O. V. I.  
Williams, Thomas J., Co. H, 129th O. V. I., and Co. G, 187th O. V. I.
Williams, Virgil, Co. D, 20th O. V. I.  
Williams, Washington, Co. K, 152d Ind. V. I.  
Williams, William D., sergt. Co. G, 2d Calif. V. I.
Williams, William G., chaplain 145th O. V. I.  
Williams, William M., in an Ohio regt. Inf.  
Williamson, Alonzo, Co. H. 121st O. V. I.  
Williamson, George S., Co. B, 76th O. V. I.  
Williamson, John, Co. H, 121st O. V. I.  
Williamson, Madison, Co. H, 121st O. V. I.  
Williamson, Marquis, Co. B, 24th O. V. I., and Co. A, 178th O. V. I.
Williamson, Michael, Co. C, 2d batn. 18th U. S. I.
Williamson, Solomon, Co. H, 121st O. V. I.  
Williamson, S. Madison, Co. H, 121st O. V. I.  
Willis, Henry B., Co. F, 20th Iowa V. I.  
Willis, J. B., Co. B, 48th O. V. I.  
Willis, Plyn A.., surg, 48th O. V. I.
Willis, R. K., Co. K, 48th O. V. V. I., and Co. K, 145th O. V. I.
Wills, George M., Co. C, 121st O. V. I.  
Wills, Milton, 43d O. V. I.  
Wilmuth, Philip, Co. E, 145th O. V. I.  
Wilson, Henry, 20th O. V. I.; died in hosp. during war.
Wilson, James, lieut. Co. D, 1sth Va. V. I.
Wilson, John, Co. I, 82d O. V. I. and Co. H. 174th O. V. I.
Wilson, Lyan, Co. S 145th O. V. I.  
Wilson, March 4th Md. V. I.; killed at Norfolk, Va.
Wilson, Peter D., Co. C, 96th O. V. I.  
Wilson, Thomas O., Co. H, 145th O. V. I.  
Wilson, Z. B., 8th Mo. V. I.  
Winbare, Emanuel, Co. C, 121st O. V. I.  
Windship, David, Co. H., 121st O. V. I.  
Winston, Thomas J., Co. D, and Co. E, 16th Wis. V. I.
Wintermute, Ezra D., Co. M., 1st N. J. V. C.  
Wintermute, H. O., sergt. Co. C, 145th O. V. I.
Wintermute, J. P., ord. sergt. Co. C, 14th O. V. I.
Wise, Cyrus C., Co. F, 96th O. V. I.  
Wise, Duncan, Co. D, 145th O. V. I.  
Wise, John H, Co. F, 141st O. V. I.  
Wise, Jacob, Co. D, 145th O. V. I.  
Witheringham, John W., Co. I, 3d O. C.  
Withrow, William H., Co. D, 88th O. V. V. I.  
Wixstead, John, Co. I, 4th O. V. I.  
Wolff, Fred J., Co. B, 26th O. V. I.  
Wolfley, Eban., Co. C, 2d O. H. A.  
Wolfley, George T., corp. Co. C, 145th O. V. I.
Wolfley, J. A., Co. A, 145th O. V. I.  
Wolfley, J. M., Co. A, 145th O. V. I.  
Wolfley, Lewis, 1st sergt. Co. A, 145th O. V. I.
Wolfley, Oscar A., Co. E, 145th O. V. I.  
Wolfley, Robert, Co. A, 145th O. V. I.  
Wolfley, Silas D., Co. D, 145th O. V. I.  
Wollam, John, Co. D, 20th O. V. I.  
Wood, Albert A., Gov't Guards  
Wood, Isaac, Co. C, 66th O. V. I.  
Wood, L. P., Co. H., 174th O. V. I.  
Wood, Perry, Co. C, 86th O. V. I.  
Wood, Theodore P., Co. D, 121st O. V. I.  
Wood, William H., Co. F, 31st O. V. I.  
Works, F. P., Co. I, 24th Mass. V. I.  
Worline, Albert, Co. C, 46th O. V. I.  
Worline, David, musician, 63d O. V. I.  
Worline, David, Co. D, 20th O. V. I.  
Worline, Henry, Co. A, 14th O. V. I.  
Worline, Hugh, Co. D, 121st O. V. I.  
Worline, William, Co. C, 26th O. V. I.  
Worthing, William, Bat. I, 1st O. V. H. A., and Bat. I, 2d O. V. H. A.
Worthington, Amos E., Co. E, 31st O. V. I.  
Wright, David, Co. H, 121st O. V. I.  
Wright, Jerry, Co. D, 75th Ind. V. I.  
Wyatt, James B., Co. C, 145th O. V. I.  
Yancy, Charles, Co. I, 82d O. V. I.  
Young, Charles, Co. I, 82d O. V. I.  
Young, Jacob, 2d N. J. C.  
Yost, Clement, Co. B, 11th Pa. C.  
Zeigler, Charles, Inland Navy  
Zimmer, Nicholas, Co. M, 1st U. S. C.  
Zimmer, Casper, Co. B, 64th O. V. I.  
Zimmerman, Charles H., Co. K, 145th O. V. I.  
Zimmerman, Volney B., Co. K, 145th O. V. I.  

      The following is a list of soldiers who went from Delaware County, but whose record could not be obtained:

Beach, Newton,
Benton, Henry,
Biglow, Henry C.,
Bolton, Thomas,
Carney, Darwin,
Chase, Ebenezer,
Chase, McLean,
Converse, John,
Flavial, G.,
Forsyth, John,
Freese, Isaac,
Gaily, John,
Gates, L. S.,
Granstaff, Alexander,
Hahn, Julius,
Harrod, M.,
James, B.,
Morgan, David,
Morgan, John,
Morris, Richard,
Pensuton, Coltson,
Pfeifer, Andrew,
Shaw, Robert,
Stiers, John,
Watters, P. H.

DELAWARE COUNTY G. A. R. POST, DEPARTMENT OF OHIO.

     There are five posts of the G. A. R. in Delaware County, of which the following is a brief history:

     The first post organized in the county was Slack Post No 59,which was chartered January 25, 1884, and located at Galena.  Its name perpetuates that of Comrade Charles A. Slack.  He was born in Galena, Oct. 19, 1841, his parents being natives of Delaware County.  After receiving the school training afforded by his native town, he engaged in farming.  He enlisted at Galena, in August, 1861, in Company G, Sixth United States Cavalry.  In 1863, he was for some time in a New York hospital, but rejoined his regiment before it was called in Pennsylvania, on Lee's invasion of that state.  He fell in an engagement of that cam-

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paign, was killed in action at Fairfield, Pennsylvania, July 3, 1863, and was buried on the battlefield, aged 2 years, 8 months.
     The officers of the organization were as follows: P. C., G. W. Hughes; S. V. C, M. C. Ingham: J. V. C, T. H. Preston; Chaplain, R. B. Bennett; Surg., S. J. Mann; O. M., J. H. Dustin; O. D., J. J. Adams; O. C, Chas. Vanhouten; Adjt., D. C. Curtis.

     The second organization was Torrence Post, No. 60, located at Delaware, and chartered in 1881.  The Post was named in honor of one of Delaware County's heroes, Geo. B. Torrence.  The scenes amid which this brave soldier perished, Dec. 13, 1862, at Fredericksburg, Va., are thus described in the Fourth Ohio Volunteer Infantry Regimental history:  "Wounded men fell upon wounded; the dead on the mangled; the baptism of fire adds more wounds and firings death to helpless ones; as we look back the field seems covered with mortals in agony; some motionless,  Others are dragging themselves toward the rear; occasionally the shell or cannon-ball that comes into their midst sends arms, hands, legs and clothing into the air; our colors for a moment are down, for our noble colorbearer.  Geo. B. Torrence, falls, having his head blown from his body, leaving his blood and brains upon comrades and the flag."  George Bennett Torrence was born near Sunbury, Ohio, Jan. 4, 1839, a son of Moses Torrence and Eliza (Smith) Torrence, natives of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  He was employed for a number of years at the Buckly House. Columbus, then fired for "Old Pap Loomis" on the C: C. C. & I. R. R., and was on his engine at Columbus ready to start for Cleveland when approached by two neighborhood boys who wished him to enlist.  He immediately climbed down and enrolled in Company C, Fourth Ohio Volunteer Infantry.  He was promoted to color-sergeant.  A finely executed portrait of Torrence by J. F. Ledlie adorns the Post room.
     The officers at the organization of the post were as follows: P. C., J. S. Cones; S. V C, F. B. Sprague; J. V. C., D. A. Stark; Q. M., Jacob Kruck; Adjt., J. W. Watkins; Surg., R. G. Lybrand; Chaplain, B. W. Brown; O. D., R. R. Henderson; O. G., Aaron Frantz.

Myers Post, No. 252, was organized at Sunbury, Aug. 28, 1882.  Lawrence A. Myers, for whom it was named, was born in Sunbury, Dec. 11, 1843.  His parents, Thomas P. Myers and Amy L. (Armstrong) Myers, were also natives of the same town.  For two years
prior to his enlistment, they resided on a farm one mile south of Sunbury, and when Lawrence was not at school he assisted his father in the hauling of stock and general farming work.  He was not yet eighteen when he entered the service.  His parents and friends used every argument to prevent his enlistment at so early an age, but finding him firm in his resolution to be one to defend his country, they induced him to enter a regiment of regulars, believing he would be better cared for than in the volunteer service.  He enlisted for three years in Company D, Fifteenth United States Infantry, and was in all marches and engagements from the time it entered the field in November, 1861, till he was disabled by sickness.  He passed safely through the battles of Shiloh, Perrysville and Stone River.  When the regiment crossed the Elk River, he contracted chronic rheumatism, from which death resulted, Feb. 27. 1864, at his home in Sunbury, where he had been brought by his father a few days previous.  His remains rest in the cemetery at Sunbury.  At the organization of Post No. 252, the name of L. A. Myers was adopted by acclamation by the comrades.
     The officers at the organization of the post were as follows: P. C, F. B. Sprague; S. V.
C, A. W. Hall; J. V. C, R. B. Conant; Surg., E. B. Mosher; Chaplain, M. Harrold; O. D., Orris A. Lawson; O. V., S. D. Lincoln; O. M., J. H. Kimball; Adjt., T. O. Freeman.
     Coomer Post. No. 281, chartered Dec. 11, 1882, located at Ashley, is named for Captain Jerry E. Coomer.  For a sketch of his services we are indebted to his father.  Dr. H. N. Coomer.  Jerrie E. Coomer, son of Dr. H. N. and Joanna (Roberts) Coomer, was born at

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Perrysville, Indiana, Sept. 24, 1843; died of phthisis pulmonalis, at Ashley, Oct. 27, 1878, aged 35 years.  He enlisted at Company C, Twenty-sixth Ohio Volunteer Infantry, May 1, 1861, and was mustered in as a private, at Camp Chase, June 15, 1861.  From Camp Chase the regiment was ordered to West Virginia, where he served through the memorable campaign of West Virginia.  The regiment was then ordered into Kentucky, and while on the march to Nashville he was attacked with pneumonia, near Silver Springs, Tennessee.  He was cared for in field hospital (ambulance) for a few days, and then sent to general hospital No. 4, Nashville, Tennessee.  He was discharged from this hospital shortly after the battle of Shiloh, and rejoined his regiment at Florence, Alabama.  Some time in the fall of 1862 he was sent to hospital No. 16. Nashville, Tennessee, on account of disability.  After his recovery he was detailed as a clerk in said hospital, where be remained until all the able bodied men in the hospitals were ordered to the front for active service.  He participated in the charge on Missionary Ridge, and the Atlanta campaign.  About this time he was appointed hospital steward of the Twenty-sixth Ohio Volunteer Infantry, and served in that capacity till after the battle of Nashville, December, 1864.  Shortly after that he was commissioned captain of Company D. Twenty-sixth Ohio Volunteer Infantry, and so served until June, 1865, when he considered war ended and be resigned, "for the purpose of completing his education," which, during the preceding years, had been totally neglected.
     The officers at the organization of the post were as follows: P. C., W. W. Holmes; S. V. C., S. R. Harris; J. V. C., David Shoemaker; Adjt, C. Shumway, Jr.; O. M., Geo. W. Rosevelt; Surg., Dr. A. E. Westbrook; Chaplain; John W. Shoemaker; O. D., R. E. Southwick; O. G., S. G. Davis.

     Joseph Tanner Post, No. 531, located at Ostrander, was chartered July 24, 1885, at Zanesville, Ohio.  Joseph Tanner, for whom this Post is named, was born in Dover Township, Union County, Ohio.  When about twenty-one years of age, he enlisted in Company C, Fourth Ohio Volunteer Infantry, for three months, and re-enlisted in the same company and regiment for three years.  He was killed in a charge near Spottsylvania C. H., Virginia, about May 11, 1864.  Owing to the enemy's heavy fire, his body could not be brought off, although comrades made several attempts to reach it. and it was burned by fire catching in the leaves.

     The officers of the post at its organization were as follows: P. C, D. G. Cratty; S. V. C., Abner Said; J. V. C, James Rittenhouse; Q. M., H. B. Cullens; Surg., Jerry Miller; Chaplain, T. E. Davids; O. D., J. H. Rittenhouse; O. G, Jacob Ayers; Adjt., T. J. Winston.

COLORED TROOPS FROM DELAWARE COUNTY.

     Delaware County has a population of between four and five hundred colored inhabitants.  These citizens proved themselves loyal to the Union cause.  They were not permitted to join the army until 1863.  Before the time that any colored regiments had been recruited in Ohio, a number of these colored people joined the Fifty-fifth Massachusetts Regiment.  The only semblance of law which gave authority for enlisting colored troops was that known as the "contraband law" which gave a colored laborer in the service of the Unuited States, seven dollars a month and three additional for clothing.  Finally there came a call from the war department for colored troops to serve in the army of the United States and the promise given that Congress would place them on equal footing with other troops.  Under this call the Fifth Colored Infantry was organized at Camp Delaware and contained a large number of men from this county.  In June, 1863, a camp for colored soldiers was opened on the farm of Josiah Bullen, about one mile south of the city and nearly opposite "old Camp Delaware."  This was the first complete colored regiment raised in the state of Ohio.  These

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soldiers proved themselves brave and loyal in many battles during the closing years of the war.
     The following roster contains the name of all the colored troops from Delaware county with the regiment in which they served, as far as can be ascertained.

Fifth United States Colored Volunteer Infantry.

Austin, Jeremiah, Co. C.  
Brown, Manuel, Co. G.  
Curry, George W. Co. I.  
Day, John W., Co. B.  
Fry, Joel I., Co. C.  
Hamilton, John F., Co. I.  
Highwarden, Shadrick, Co. G.  
Joel, James, Co. H.  
Jones, Benjamin, Co. A.  
Lewis, John, Co. F.  
Mayo, George W., Co. E.  
Meriday, Isaac, Co. F.  
Scurry, William, Co. A.  
Tabern, John E. H., Co. E.  
Thomas, William H., Co. I.  
Whiting, Johnson, Co. I.  
Wilson, Abel, Co. A.  
Warrick, Adoniram, Co. H; enlisted at 12 years of age.

Twenty-seventh United States Colored Volunteer Infantry.

Bass, John, Co. G,  
Clay, H. C., Co. D,  
Carvin, Henry, Co. D,  
Goode, George H., Co. H.  
Goode, William E., Co. D,  
Highwarden, Abram, Co. H,  
Holly, William, Co. D,  
Horton, John, Co. C,  
Johnson, Robert, Co. G and E,  
Leggins, David, Co. E,  
Seldon, Charles, Co. I,  
Thomas, William, Co. C,  
Thornton, Isaac, Co. K.  

SOLDIERS IN VARIOUS COLORED REGIMENTS
 

Alston, David, 9th U. S. H. A.  
Anderson, Nelson, Co. E, 55th Mass.  
Anderson, Charles, Co. D, 55th Mass.  
Anderson, George W.,    
Booker, Stephen Co. E, 100th U. S. C. V. I.  
Brown, James P., 55th Mass.  
Brown, Lyon, 55th Mass.  
Depp, Aurelius, 55th Mass.  
Depp, John, 12th U. S. C. V. I.  
Gross, Charles, Co. D, 55th Mass.  
Harris, William, Co. K, 42d U. S. C. V. I.  
Henderson, Elijah, 9th U. S. H. A.  
Herrell, Richard, 14th R. Is. H. A., and Co. M, 11th U. S. H. A.
Highwarden, John W., 55th Mass.  
Highwarden, E. A., 55th Mass.  
Holey, Madison, 12th U. S. C. V. I.  
Keys, Robert, Co. C, 15th U. S. C. V. I.  
Keyser, James, U. S. C. V. I.  
Lewis, Austin, Co. D, 55th Mass.  
Lewis, George, 55th Mass.  
Mitchell, Nathan, Co. G, 1st U. S. C.  
Shorter, John F., Co. D, 55th Mass.  
Townsend, Joseph, U. S. H. A.  
Walker, Alexander, Co. D, 119th U. S. C. V. I.  
White, John W., 55th Mass.  

COLORED SOLDIERS OF DELAWARE COUNTY IN THE SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR.

Ninth Battalion

Alston, F. B., Co. A, 9th Bat. 48th band, U. S. V. I., Philippine Islands
Brown, Samuel C., Co. C.  
Chancellor, Alfred, Co. C.  
Coleman, Ozie, Co. B.  
Coleman, William, Co. B.  
Cousins, William, Co. C.  
Dudley, Thomas, Co. B.  
Franklin, J. W., Co. C.  
Highwarden, Henry D., Co. C.  
Jackson, W. A., Co. A.  
Johnson, Robert L., Co. C.  
Madison, John, Co. C.  
Mitchell, Charles E., Co. B,  
Morris, Charles B., corp. Co. B and Co. E, 48th U. S. V. I., Philippine Islands
Taylor, John, Co. B,  
Teal, Henry, Co. B,  
Thomas, Walter S., Jr., Co. B,  
Utter, Leo, Co. B,  
White, James M., Co. A,  
Wilson, Frank, Co. C,  
Winfrey Harmon, Co. C.  

FOURTH REGIMENT OF INFANTRY, O. N. G.

In War With Spain - Fourth O. V. I.

     The Fourth Regiment of Infantry, formerly the Fourteenth, was organized by Special Orders. No. 216, dated Oct. 20, 1877.  Seven companies of infantry were designated in this order as constituting the regiment.  They were as follows: Co. A. Columbus. Captain Charles S. Ammel; Co. B. Thurman Light Guards, Columbus, Captain Henry Seibert; Co. C, Westerville, Captain Isaac N. Custer; Co. D, Darby Videttes, West Jeffer-

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son.  Captain Jacob Martin; Co. E, Maryville, Captain William L. Curry; Co. F. Converse Guards, Columbus, Captain John W. Cbapin; Co. G, Grosvenor Rifles, Richwood, Captain John P. Slemmons.
     The movement looking towards the organization of a regiment with headquarters in the capital city of the state was inaugurated in the winter of 1876.  Captain Charles S. Ammel took the initiative in the organization of Company A, the company being admitted to the state service in February, 1877.  The other six companies designated were organized during the same year, and upon the date of the order noted above the Fourteenth Regiment was formally launched upon its military career.
     The Fourth or Fourteenth Regiment (or companies detailed from same) has seen active service in the state in the maintenance of the peace and in the preservation of life and property upon the following occasions:
     Railway riots. Columbus and Newark. 1877.
     Incendiary fire troubles, Columbus, 1879.
     Perry County, labor troubles. 1880.
     Ashland, aid of civil authorities, 1884.
     Cincinnati riots. 1884.
     Hocking Valley, miners' riot, 1884.
     Carthage rendezvous, 1886.
     G. A. R. Encampment, police duty at Columbus. 8 days. 1888.
     Mount Sterling, "Hobo War," 1S94.
     Columbus West Side flood. 1894.
     Wheeling Creek, 181)4.
     Washington C. H., aid of civil authorities, 1894
     Cleveland Street Railway riot, 1899.
     Akron riot. 1900.

     The regiment was also on duty at the funeral of President Garfield in 1881; acted as escort to the Governor of Ohio at Gettysburg and Philadelphia in 1887: in attendance at General Sherman's funeral in St. Louis in 1891: attended the dedication of the World's Fair buildings in 1892 and accompanied the Ohio troops which officially represented the state at the World's Fair in 1893; acted as escort to the Governor of Ohio at Chickamauga in 1894 and at Nashville in 1897.  For more specific information concerning all of the preceding calls to duty, see the general history of the regiment.
     Other Ohio regiments took an active part in the operations at the scene of greatest activity in Cuba and performed valuable service after actual hostilities had ceased, but it was the Fourth Ohio Volunteer Infantry that stained the soil of Porto Rico with the first and only blood shed for the Cuban cause by a body of Buckeye troops.
     The four Columbus companies assembled at the Auditorium at Columbus on Monday, April 24. and the following day the outside companies reported for duty.  Bullit Park was chosen as the rendezvous for the mobilization of Ohio troops and the signal corps of the Fourteenth was detailed to lay out the camp.  The regiment moved into quarters at Camp Bushnell, April 28, and were the first troops to take up quarters at that historic camp.
     On the 9th day of May the regiment was mustered into the United States service as the Fourth Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry.  Six days later Colonel Coit received orders to
report with his regiment at Camp George H. Thomas, Chickamauga Park. Ga.  Pursuant to orders the Fourth Ohio took its departure from Columbus. May 15, arriving at Camp Thomas on the following day, when they were immediately assigned to the 2nd Brigade, 1st Division, 1st Army Corps.  The second brigade consisted of the Fourth Ohio, Third Illinois and Fourth Pennsylvania.  These regiments passed through the volunteer service together, the brigade formation remaining intact until the close of the war.
     The Fourth Ohio made its home at Chickamauga Park for a period of sixty-seven days, when the entire brigade was ordered to join the expeditionary forces then concentrating for the conquest and occupation of Porto Rico.  For further details of the part of this regiment took in the history of the Cuban war, the reader is referred to the various works on that subject.
     Company K was organized at Delaware, Feb. 13. 1879, and assigned to the 14th

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regiment as Co. K; local designation—Joy Guards; and was assigned to the 4th regiment, July 14, 1899.  It was organized for the volunteer service at Delaware, April 25, 1898; mustered in at Columbus as Co. K, 4th O. V. I., May 9, 1898; in action before Guayama, P. R., Aug. 5, 1898; in action north of Guayama, Aug. 8, 1898, one man, Corporal Thomson, wounded; Aibonita, Oct. 6, 1898; detachment of ten men sent to Barrios, Oct. 8, 1898; detachment returned, Oct. 20, 1898; marched to San Juan and rejoined regiment on U. S. Chester, Oct. 29, 1898; mustered out at Columbus, Jan. 20, 1899.
     The following includes all of the soldiers in Delaware County, who served in the Cuban war excepting the colored troops, which will be found in another place.

Adams, Cyrus B., lieut. col. 4th O. V. I.
Ahearn, Patrick, Co. I, 4th O. V. I.
Anderson, William, Co. C, 3d O. V. I.
Auman, John, Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Baker, Fred, U. S. Hospital corps, Philippine service
Beitler, Claude M., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Bell, Joseph M., U. S. Hospital corps.
Bennett, Frank W., Co. A, 4th O. V. I.
Bennett, John T., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Billig, Clinton E., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Browning, Sherman W., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Brownmiller, Charles R., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Brunn, Harrry C., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Burke, James H., Co. G, 4th O. V. I.
Butt, Andrew M., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Campbell, Herman R., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Corbin, Richard R., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Cosler, Harry A., sergt. Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Cratty, Carl F., sergt. 4th O. V. I.
Cruikshank, Alwood, Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Dall, Clive K., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Davis, H. W., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Doke, Charles H., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Donavin, George B., qm, 4th O. V. I.
Dore, Clark T., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Dunham, Sturgis, corp. Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Enright, Francis C., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Ferris, Will M., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Finley, ____, sergt-maj. 3d Bat. 4th O. V. I.
Foley, Wm. J., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Ford, Wm. P., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
France, Clyde O., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Frantz, Walter R., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Gerber, Maxmillian, Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Glaze, Thos., corp. Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Greible, George A., sergt. qm. Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Greiner, Bert H., capt. Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Greiner, John, Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Grove, Thos. S., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Harmount, Alexander K. corp. Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Harmount, Wm. H., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Harp, Lewis, U. S. hospital Corps, Phillipine service
Hills, Louis C., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Hodges, Stanley, Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Housley, Edwin L., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Howison, Winfield S., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Hunt, Harry E., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Ingle, Walter W., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Inscho, Albert C., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Jacobus, Harry, Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Jamison, Frank B., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Jones, Clarence L., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Kelley, James L., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Keopple, Oscar A., 2nd lieut. Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Lawson, Charles E., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Lenhardt, Lewis A., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Longwell, John W., musician, Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Longwell, Ray H., corp. Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Longwell, Ray H., corp. Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Lybrand, Robert H., corp. Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Lynch, John, Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Lyons, James, Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Mahoney, Michael C., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Main, Ernest A., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Maloney, Charles M., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Maloney, James, Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Martin, Walter, U. S. hospital corps.
McCloud, William B., 1st lieut. Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
McDonald, J. J., musician, sergt. 6th U. S. I. Porto Rico service.
McFarlin, Fred A., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
McNaughton, To, Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Miller, Charles C., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Miller, Harry A., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Mohr, R. D., musician, Co. D, 2nd O. V. I.
Montane, Edward B., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Nelson, Elbert J., corp, Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Norton, W. L., 1st sergt., Co. K, Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Obrien, Patric, Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
O'Connor, James, Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Osborn, Brice, Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Patrick, Orsain W., corp. Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Platz, George, Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Porterfield, C. E., musician, 6th U. S. V. I.
Powell, Alexander B., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Powell, John W., det. reserve  U. S. ambulance corps, Co. C, 4th O. V. I.
Randolph, Dayton T., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Read, Robert W., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Reed, William Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Riddle, Charles W., sergt. Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Riddle, Lester C., corp. Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Riddle, Roy R., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Rider, Walter R., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Robinson, Frank K., Co. C, 3rd O. V. I.
Rodenfels, Ed. L., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Rose, Henry E., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Ross, Thomas, Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Said, Frank M., sergt. Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Said, Presley H., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Sanger, Ulysses G., corp. Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Schneider, BErnhardt J., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Seamans, Edward M., maj-surg. 4th O. V. I.
Schneider, Bernhardt J., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Seamans, Edward M., maj.-surg. 4th O. V. I.
Seigfried, John J., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.

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Sheldon, Henry E., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Shoemaker, J. R., musician 6th U. S. V. I. Porto Rico service.
Shoemaker, W. C., musician 6th U. S. V. I. Porto Rico service
Shultz, Joshua, musician Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Smith, George V., Co. B, 4th O. V. I.
Smith, William l., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Starr, Martin S., corp. Co. K, 4th O. V. I. pine service
Starr, N. P., Bat. D, 1st Calif. heavy artillery, Philippine service
Strobg, George P., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Thompson, Ed O., corp. Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Thrall, Charles E., corp. Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Vertner, Avery L., Co. K, 4th O. V. I. (buried at sea).
Watkins, Frank S., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Webster, Oliver P., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Wells, Rex W., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Whitman, Howard, Co. A, 4th O. V. I.
Whitlinger, Henry, Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Windham, Roy R., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Wohlheater, Elmer T., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Wohlheater, William Z., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.
Zeigler, Frank I., Co. K, 4th O. V. I.

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