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HISTORY

Source:
History of Henry & Fulton Counties
edited by Lewis Cass Aldrich - Syracuse NY - Publ. D. Mason & Co.
1888.

 

Chapter XII.
pg. 76
HENRY COUNTY IN THE WAR OF 1861-65

     FOR several years prior to this great event in our national history, Henry county had no military organization of any kind.  To be sure, there had been, many years before this time, a militia company in the county, and organization complete and well equipped for the time, but its deeds of valor were narrowed down to "general training" on muster day and the customary wrestling match, and eating of ginger-bread and doughnuts.  But this old militia company had been broken up many years before that fateful day, early in April, 1861, when the words were written on our political horizon, "civil war," and the news spread instantly throughout the length and breadth of the land.
     At this time History county had not to exceed ten thousand population, but nobly did she respond to the president's call for seventy-five thousand volunteers to "put down the rebellion."  In less than one week from that call, Company F, of the Fourteenth regiment, was recruited and ready for duty with over one hundred men, and in just ten days the regiment left Toledo for Camp Taylor, near Cleveland.  From that time to the close of the war, in 1865, Henry county was never behind her quota.  In addition to the several separate organizations that left the county for the service, there were many men that went to other counties to enlist, for which the county did not receive credit.  It is, therefore, safe to assume that in the service, Henry county contributed more than one per cent. of her entire population.  From the time of

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the fall of Fort Sumter, until the final surrender in 1865, there went from Henry county between eleven and twelve hundred volunteers.
     Money was not lacking and contributions to the several relief funds were generous and prompt.  Volunteers were ready, therefore but little money was needed to provide substitutes, and the volunteer had the fullest assurance that in his absence his family would be provided for.
     During the war Henry county, through her soldiers, made an excellent record, a record that has borne favorable comparison with the best and richest counties of the State.  But turn to that record and let the deeds of her soldiers prove the statement.

THE FOURTEENTH REGIMENT - THREE MONTHS SERVICE.

     The records of the services of men and regiments of the three months service are decidedly incomplete.  The Fourteenth was recruited very soon after President Lincoln's first call for troops, from the counties of Lucas, Fulton, Williams, Paulding, Wood and Henry.  The latter contributed Company F to the formation of the regiment.  The commission for the command of the company was issued to Andrew Crawford, who was afterward killed by accident at Phillipi, West Virginia.  John D. Belknap was elected first lieutenant, and he, too, was accidentally killed at Cheat Mountain.  Samuel Pomeroy was commissioned second lieutenant and subsequently became a veteran captain.
     The organization of the regiment was made complete at Toledo, during the latter part of April, 1861, by the election of field officers.  They were as follows:  colonel, James B. Steedman; lieutenant colonel, George P. Este; major, Paul Edwards; surgeon, J. A. Coons; assistant surgeon, W. C. Daniels.
    
With nearly one thousand men in line, the Fourteenth left Toledo and went to Cleveland, arriving there on the 25th of April.  Here they went into camp for drill and instruction in the duties of active field service.  On the 22d of May the regiment left Camp Taylor and proceeded to Columbus, where they were fully equipped, and thence went forward to service in Virginia.  On the 27th the regiment reached Parkersburg, Va., and for the first time unfurled and floated its flag on rebel soil.  The enemy retreated at once from the place and commenced burning the bridges on the line of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.  A company was immediately double-quicked along the line of the road and the fires were extinguished, and several of the rebels were captured in the act of firing the bridges and some other property.  For several days the regiment was engaged in repairing the bridges and preventing further destruction.  On the 2d of June, a dark and dismal night, the command marched to Phillipi, and on the morning of the 3d drove out the rebel cavalry stationed there, taking a few prisoners and capturing the stores with five wagon loads of arms and ammunition.
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June the rebels appeared in force on Laurel Hill; several cavalry charges were made by the enemy, and repulsed by the Union troops.  On the 12th General Garnet began his retreat; the Union forces, with the Fourteenth in the lead, pressed on after the retreating forces; the rebel columns were so closely pressed that the road was littered with trunks, boxes, tents, stalled baggage-wagons and tired out Confederates.  At Carrick's Ford, the rebels made a stand in order to save their trains, and taking a strong position awaited the approach of the Union force.  The advanced guard of the Fourteenth were soon under fire from the rebel guns, and they were greeted with a shower of rebel bullets.
  The Fourteenth immediately closed on its advance, and answered the rebels' first volley before they fired the second.  In twenty minutes, and just as the main column came up, the enemy gave way, leaving everything behind, and "ran for dear life."  The fruits of this victory were two hundred and fifty prisoners, three stand of colors, one battery, and thirty well laden baggage-wagons.  The next morning the regiment returned to Phillipi with the prisoners and captured trains, but owing to the heavy rains, the rivers and creeks were swollen, and there being no bridges, they did not reach Phillipi until the 15th of July.  On the 22d the Fourteenth started on its homeward trip, and arrived at Toledo, on the 25th of July, where after a few days it was mustered out and paid off.
     Whitelaw Reid, in his "Ohio in the War," says: "After partaking of a sumptuous feast, prepared by the citizens at the Oliver House, the regiment dispersed, and after a few days' rest at home, the men re-assembled, and again volunteered in a body, for three years, or during the war."  In this statement, the worthy compiler in most certainly in error.  But few, comparatively, of the men from this county re-entered the Fourteenth, for the three years service, although nearly all did re-enlist, but in different regiments then forming.
     Of the contingent from Henry county, some re-enlisted in the three years service in the Fourteenth (the regiment still retaining that number in the line), but a fair proportion of those who made up Company D, were recruits gathered and enlisted by Samuel Pomeroy and William H. Brownell.  But this company more properly forms the subject of a separate sketch and follows this.

THE FOURTEENTH REGIMENT - THREE YEARS SERVICE.

     Toward the original strength of this regiment, the county of Henry contributed one company, which in the completion of regimental organization was given the name of "D."  This company as well as the regiment, was composed, in part, of men who had but recently returned from the three months service, but it is questionable whether or not a majority of the regiment were formerly of the Fourteenth, in the short term.  However this may be, this regiment held the same number in the line of Ohio soldiery as when first organized. 

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     The roster of Ohio soldiers, now being published by authority of the State Legislature, says: "This regiment was organized at Toledo, from August 14, to September 5, 1861, to serve three years.  On the expiration of its term of service, the original members (except veterans) were mustered out, and the organization, composed of veterans and recruits, retained in service until July 11, 1865,, when it was mustered out in accordance with orders from the War Department."
     Company D was raised by Samuel Pomeroy and William H. Brownell both of whom were veterans of the three months service.  The former was commissioned captain, and the latter first lieutenant, upon the complete organization of the company.  On the 23d day of August, 1861, the regiment left Toledo, and proceeded to Cincinnati, and after receiving its arms and equipments on the 25th, crossed the Ohio River to Covington, Ky., and took cars for Lexington and Frankfort.  On this trip the train was assaulted by some of the Kentucky chivalry, with a volley of stones and other missiles, by which the windows of the officers' car were broken, and some slight injuries inflicted.  The train was stopped and two of the assaulting party captured and taken to Frankfort.  While marching up Main street, a citizen rushed through the ranks and drew a butcher's knife across the throat of one of the prisoners, severely wounding him.
     From Frankfort the regiment moved to Nicholsville, and from there about the first of October to Camp Dick Robinson.  About this time news was received that a small garrison situate on Wild Cat Mountain, about sixty miles from Capt Dick Robinson, was being surrounded by the rebels.  The Fourteenth, with the Thirty-eighth Ohio and Barnett's Battery, immediately marched to their relief, and on the morning of the 21st of October, after a double-quick of three miles through mud and slush up the Wild Cat Hills, they found five companies of the Thirty-third Indiana Regiment nearly surrounded by rebel troops under General ZollicofferBarnett's Battery was immediately placed in position and commenced shelling the enemy, while two companies of the Fourteenth crawled through the brush, and with shovels and picks soon fortified the knob on the crest of the hill.  The other troops now coming up, and the enemy meeting with so warm a reception, after twice charging the little fortified position abandoned the attack and retreated towards Loudon, leaving about thirty killed and wounded on the field.  The Fourteenth and Thirty-eighth pursued the fleeing enemy as far as Loudon.  Zollicoffer having already retreated from that place, the Union forces went into camp and threw up fortifications a short distance north of the town.  The regiment remained here about two weeks, when they were ordered to march back toward Lancaster by the way of Crab Orchard and Mount Vernon.  The march was made in the night, in a terrible storm of rain.  Rock Castle River had to be forded, and the mud and slush being deep, on arriving at Crab

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Orchard next morning the men were completely exhausted, and unable to march.
     After resting one day, the regiment marched to Lebanon and went into winter quarters.  It remained at Lebanon until the latter part of December, when it was ordered to join its brigade at Somerset, where it arrived January 1, 1862.  It remained in camp at Somerset until the 19th of January, when the brigade to which the Fourteenth belonged was ordered out and marched rapidly towards Mill Springs, where Zollicoffer had been strongly intrenched during the winter.  General Crittenden having recently assumed command of the rebel forces at that place, on that morning marched out of his fortifications to give battle before General Thomas could concentrate the Union forces, hoping to whip them in detail.  The rebels met the Union forces at Logan's Cross-roads, about six miles north of Mill Springs, and a lively little battle took place.  The Fourteenth and Thirty-eighth Ohio coming up, the rebels gave way, and in confusion retreated to their fortifications at Mill Sprigs, closely pursued by the Union forces.  Owning to the delay in fording Fishing Creek, the water being up to the arm-pits, and the current swift, a cable was stretched across the stream for the men to hold on while crossing.  But one company of the Fourteenth- Company C - reached the field in time to take part in the action.  One the arrival of the Union forces at the enemy's fortifications, the batteries commenced shelling the works, and the Fourteenth lay on the arms all night in a driving rain, ready for the assault which was ordered for early dawn.  The Fourteenth in advance carried the works, and found that the enemy had crossed the river during the night, except one regiment which was captured with twenty pieces of artillery, all their camp and garrison equipage, together with a large number of horses, mules, wagons, and other property.
     The Fourteenth did not arrive at Pittsburgh Landing in time to take part in the battle, but took part in the slow siege on Corinth.  After the siege the regiment marched to Iuka, Miss.; thence to Tuscumbia, Ala., and from there to Nashville, Tenn., where it arrived on the 7th day of September, 1862; thence to Bowling Green, Ky., in pursuit of Bragg's army; then moving on toward Louisville, which last name place was reached September 22.  This was a severe march on the men, the weather being intensely hot, roads dusty, and water scarce, and of poor quality.  From Louisville the regiment marched to Perryville, but being detailed as guard to the ammunition train, did not take part in the battle.  After the pursuit of Bragg was abandoned, the regiment marched to Gallatin, and on the 15th of November went into winter quarters, and during the winter was almost daily skirmishing with John Morgan's guerillas, and, at the Robling Fork, giving Morgan's entire command a severe drubbing.  The regiment left Gallatin June 13, 1863, and reached Nashville on the 15th; from there to Laverque, and thence to Triune, Tenn., and was placed in advance of Rosecrans's army on Tullahoma and Chattanooga.

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     On the 26th of June the Fourteenth with its brigade, had a sharp engagement with the enemy, and lost thirty men in killed and wounded.  On June 28 Tullahoma was reached, and the Fourteenth drove in the enemy's pickets, and got near enough the town to see the enemy was evacuating the place.  An advance was ordered early next morning and on crossing Elk Run several men were drowned.   On the last day of August, 1863, the National forces crossed the Tennessee river on rafts, the pontoons not having arrived, and on the 19th of September encountered the enemy at Chickamauga Creek.  The Fourteenth, under command of Lieutenant-Colonel Kingsbury, being in the advance was deployed in line of battle.  The regiment having been on the march for the previous twenty-four hours, were much fatigued; but it became immediately hotly engaged with the enemy, and from nine o'clock in the morning until four o'clock P.M., was continually under fire, after which it was relieved for a short time to replenish its cartridge boxes, when it was again engaged and so remained until sundown.  The next morning it had a desperate encounter with a part of Longstreet's Division, after which the Union forces fell back to Rossville.  In these several encounters the regiment lost two hundred and thirty-three men in killed, wounded and missing, out of a total of four hundred and forty-nine.  Among the wounded were eight line officers.  On the 21st of September the regiment was in line of battle all day, but was compelled to fall back into hastily constructed entrenchments near Chattanooga, closely pursued by the enemy.
     About the middle of November in the brilliant assault on Mission Ridge, the Fourteenth charged and took a battery of three guns, loosing in this encounter sixteen killed, ninety-one wounded and three missing.
     On the 17th of December, 1864, all but thirty men of the Fourteenth re-enlisted for another three years, and on Christmas day and night they were re-mustered into the United States service.  They were then sent home on veteran furlough and arrived in Toledo on the 5th of January, 1864.  On the 6th of February it again left Toledo for the front, and arrived at Chattanooga on the 29th, it having, in the mean time, while on veteran furlough, recruited its decimated ranks to a full regiment many of whom came from Fulton and Henry counties.  During the months of March and April, 1864, the Fourteenth was engaged doing picket duty and building corduroy roads between Chattanooga and Ringgold.  On the 9th of May it moved with its brigade on Dalton, driving in the enemy's videtts near Tunnell Hill, at which place commenced that long and terrible campaign for the possession of Atlanta, in which in all the marches, incessant skirmishing and fighting, the Fourteenth bore an honorable part and lost heavily in officers and men; and while lying in front of Atlanta the regiment lost twenty men in killed and wounded.
     On the 26th of August, in the flanking movement towards Jonesboro, the Fourteenth and other regiments of its brigade captured two hundred prisoners. 

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On the 1st of September the division of the Fourteenth army corps, with which the Fourteenth was brigaded, marched towards Jonesboro, destroying the railroad as it marched, and at 4 o'clock that P.M., confronted the enemy's works surrounding that place.  The third brigade, to which the Fourteenth belonged, commanded by Colonel Este, of Baird's Division, Fourteenth Corps, was in line of battle directly in the rear of General Carlin's Division, which had just made an unsuccessful charge on the rebel works, when Colonel Este, with the Fourteenth and Thirty-eighth Ohio, Tenth Kentucky and Seventy-fourth Indiana, being all ready for the fight, Colonel Este gave the command:  Battalions, forward! guild center! His lines moved steadily forward amid a shower of balls.  A battery was also opened with grape and canister, but the brigade moved steadily on; the edge of the abattis was gained, and with a yell and a charge of the rebel works were gained and a hand to hand fight ensued.  The rebels fought with desperation and not until many of them were killed did the remainder surrender, and were marched as prisoners to the rear.  The Fourteenth took about three hundred prisoners and several stand of colors, but the cost was frightful, as fully one-third of the Fourteenth were killed or wounded.  This was the last severe fight for the regiment, although it marched from Atlanta, with Sherman, to the sea and through the Carolinas to Goldsboro and Raleigh, thence to Washington, where it was reviewed by the president and his cabinet, and on the 13th of July, 1865, was mustered out of service and returned home, having spent four years in active military duty in the field.
     As has already been stated Company D of the Fourteenth was enlisted in Henry County and as a complete roster of its officers and men can be obtained, it is proper that they be mentioned in connection with this sketch.

Field and Staff Officers.

     James B. Steedman, colonel; promoted to brigadier general July 16, 1862.
     George P. Este, colonel; prom. from lieut. col., July 17, 1862; mustered out July 7, 1865.
     Paul Edwards, lieut. col.; prom. from major July 17, 1862; resigned Nov. 26, 1862.
     Henry D. Kingsbury, lieut. col.; prom. from capt., Company A, to major, July 17, 1862; lieut. col. Dec. 27, 1862; mustered out Nov. 8, 1864.
     Albert Moore, lieut. col.; prom. from capt., Company A, to lieut. col. Nov. 18, 1864.
     John W. Wilson, major; prom. from capt., Company E, Jan. 20, 1863; died Oct. 3, 1864, from wounds.

Roster of Company D.

     Samuel Pomroy, capt., enl. Sept. 5, 1861; wd. at Chickamauga, Sept. 19, 1863; mustered out Sept. 12, 1864.

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     Oscar N. Gunn
, capt. enl. Sept. 5, 1861; prom. to second lieut., company I, Dec. 20, 1862; first lieut. Nov. 18, 1864, and to capt. Jan. 6, 1865; must. out with company, July 11, 1865.
     William H. Brownell, first lieut., enl. Sept. 4, 1861; resigned Sept. 10, 1864.
     John P. Crawford, first lieut. enl. Aug. 25, 1861; prom. sergt., company K., Jan. 6, 1865; mustered out with company, July 11, 1865.
     Wm. B. Steedman, second lieut., Sept. 4, 1861; prom. to first lieut. Dec. 21, 1862, and assigned to company C.
     Joseph Reynolds, first sergt., Sept. 4, 1861; mustered out with company.
     Joseph B. Wilder, sergt. Sept. 4, 1861, mustered out with company.
     William Nanna, sergt. Sept. 4, 1861, prom. from corp.; mustered out with company.
     John Plegstone, sergt. Sept. 4, 1861, prom. from corp.; mustered out with company.
     John Heckler, sergt. Sept. 4, 1861, prom. from corp.; mustered out with company.
     Andrew McConnell, sergt. Sept. 4, 1861, disch. for disability Aug. 8, 1862.
     James W. Barrett, sergt. Sept. 4, 1861, mustered out Sept. 12, 1864.
     Smith Cadwalader, sergt. Sept. 4, 1861, prom. to q. m. sergt. Dec. 17, 1863, assigned to field and staff.
     James P. Stout, corp. Sept. 4, 1861, appt. Apr. 1, 1864, mustered out with company; veteran.
     Joseph Snyder, corp. Sept. 4, 1861; appt. Apr. 1, 1864; mustered out with company; veteran.
     William Hollis, corp. Sept. 4, 1861; appt. Apr. 20, 1864; mustered out with company; veteran.
     Henry Houston, corp. Sept. 4, 1861; appt. Apr. 20, 1864; mustered out with company; veteran.
     George W. Williams, corp. Sept. 4, 1861; appt. Oct. 1, 1864; mustered out with company; veteran.
     Henry A. Anglemeyer, corp. Sept. 4, 1861; appt. Oct. 1, 1864; mustered out with company; veteran.
     Peter Storch, corp. Sept. 4, 1861; appt. Oct. 4, 1864; mustered out with company; veteran.
   
 James Swanger, corp. Sept. 4, 1861; appt. June 5, 1865; mustered out with company; veteran.
     George Zefange, corp. Sept. 4, 1861; died of wounds received at Chickamauga Sept. 19, 1863.
     George B. Hartman, corp. Sept. 4, 1861; wounded at Chickamauga Sept. 19, 1863; mustered out Sept. 12, 1864.
     James Wells, corp. Sept. 4, 1861; killed at Chickamauga Sept. 19, 1863.

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     Andrew B. Clements, corp. Sept. 4, 1861; killed at Chickamauga Sept. 19, 1863.
     George W. Long, corp. Sept. 4, 1861; disch. for disability Aug. 19, 1862.
     Philip Hueston, corp. Sept. 4, 1861; mustered out Sept. 19, 1864.
     Lewis Kramer, corp. Sept. 4, 1861; died Sept. 23, 1863, from wounds.
     Harvey B. Bartell, corp. Sept. 4, 1861; died from wounds received at Atlanta, Ga., Sept. 10, 1864.
     John Zink, corp. Sept. 4, 1861; mustered out with company; veteran.
     William F. Barret, musician, Sept. 4, 1861; mustered out Sept. 12, 1864.
     George M. D. Steadman, musician, Sept. 4, 1861; mustered out with company; veteran.
     Philip Frankhouse, wagoner, Sept. 4, 1861; captured Feb. 28, 1865; no record
     Henry Andrex, private, Oct. 5, 1862; wounded at Chickamauga Sept. 19, 1863; mustered out Sept. 12, 1864.
     Jasper Allen, Feb. 22, 1864; mustered out July 11, 1865.
     James H. Brown, Sept. 4, 1861; mustered out July 11, 1865; veteran.
     David Burk, Sept. 4, 1861; mustered out July 11, 1865; veteran.
     George Bruker, Sept. 4, 1861; died from wounds received Sept. 19, 1863.
     Thomas Burke, Sept. 4, 1861; wounded at Chickamauga Sept. 19, 1863; mustered out Sept. 12, 1864.
     Samuel R. Bottomfield, Sept. 4, 1861; wounded at Chickamauga Sept. 19, 1863; mustered out Sept. 12, 1864.
     John Bottomfield, Sept. 4, 1861; disch. for disability July 3, 1862.
     Edmund Bordon, Sept. 4, 1861; died Feb. 27, 1862, at Lebanon, Ky.
     Stephen H. Bates, Sept. 4, 1861; missing at Chickamauga Sept. 19, 1863.
     John Bowker, Sept. 4, 1861; captured at Chickamauga Sept. 19, 1863; mustered out Oct. 9, 1864.
     David K. Bowker, Sept. 4, 1861; prom. to com. sergt. Dec. 15, 1863, and transferred to field and staff.
     Robert Bowen, Sept. 4, 1861; died Jan. 2, 1864, at Chattanooga, Tenn.
     Henry F. Benchie, Sept. 4, 1861; discharged.
     Martin W. Bowker, Feb. 11, 1864; disch. June 10, 1865, at Camp Chase, O., by order of War Department.
     Andrew Christy, Sept. 4, 1861; mustered out with company; veteran.
     Daniel Cook, Feb. 11, 1864; mustered out with company July 11, 1865.
     Zachariah T. Cole, Jan. 19, 1864; mustered out with company.
     James Cunningham,
Sept. 4, 1861; disch. Sept. 2, 1862, for disability.
     William Casteele, Sept. 4, 1861; wounded at Chickamauga Sept. 19, 1863; mustered out Sept. 12, 1864.
     Joseph Click, Sept. 4, 1861; died Oct. 24, 1862, at Nashville, Tenn.
     Henry C. Clark, Sept. 4, 1861; killed at Jonesboro, Ga., Sept. 1, 1864.

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     John Deetrick, Sept. 4, 1861; mustered out with company; veteran.
     Jacob Dixon, Sept. 4, 1861; disch. for disability at Louisville, Ky.
     Thomas Davis, Sept. 4, 1861; killed near Huntsville, Ala., Aug. 7, 1862.
     William Edsul, Sept. 4, 1861; died Oct. 18, 1863, from wounds received at battle of Chickamauga Sept. 19, 1863.
     James S. Ensminger, Sept. 4, 1861; mustered out with company; veteran.
     William Foster, Sept. 4, 1861; mustered out with company; veteran.
     Isaiah Fox, Sept. 4, 1861; died Sept. 8, 1862, at Tuscumbia, Ala.
     John Gewars, Sept. 4, 1867; mustered out with company; veteran.
     William Gallagher, Sept. 19, 1863; absent; mustered out July 11, 1863.
     Hiram E. Gruber, Sept. 4, 1861; disch. for disabilities, July 1, 1862.
     Benjamin Houk, Sept. 4, 1861; mustered out with company, veteran.
     Philip Hollingshead, Sept. 4, 1861; mustered out with company; veteran.
     Joseph F. Hill, Sept. 4, 1861; trans. to Vet. Res. Corps. Mar. 14, 1865; mustered out July 25, 1865; veteran.
     Stephen Hain, Jan. 22, 1864; mustered out with company.
     Henry Hain, Feb. 22, 1864; mustered out with company
     Aaron Heaton, Sept. 4, 1861; mustered out with company; veteran.
     Philemon Hendrix, Jan. 19, 1864; died Sept. 4, 1864, from wounds received at battle of Jonesboro, Ga., Sept. 1, 1864.
     William Halter, Sept. 4, 1861; disch. Dec. 6, 1862, for disability.
     Alfred W. Hinds,
August 28, 1861; trans. from Co. F Mar. 24, 1864; mustered out with company, July 11, 1865; veteran.
     John Keller, Sept. 4, 1861; mustered out with company; veteran.
     Robert Kelsey,
Sept. 4, 1861; disch. Oct. 13, 1863, for disability.
     Smith Knowles, Sept. 4, 1861; wounded at Chickamauga, Ga., Sept. 19, 1863; mustered out Sept. 12, 1864.
     Samuel Kilbourn, Sept. 4, 1861; trans. from Co. F, Mar. 14, 1864; mustered out Oct. 22, 1864.
     Frank Long
, Sept. 4, 1861; mustered out with company; veteran.
     Jacob Lohr
, Sept. 4, 1861; mustered out with company; veteran.
     John F. Luderman
, Feb. 14, 1864; mustered out with company.
     Alonzo Lamphere,
Aug. 18, 1861; died Nov. 23, 1681; at Lexington, Ky. 
     Ephraim Long
, August 18, 1861; died Dec. 12, 1862, at Nashville, Tenn.
     Walter Linn, Aug. 18, 1861; discharged July 21, 1862, at Louisville, Ky.
     Jarvis Long, Feb. 11, 1864; absent, sick; mustered out July 11, 1865.
     Joseph Long, Aug. 18, 1861; mustered out Sept. 12, 1864.
     Austin Leach, Feb. 11, 1864; disch. Oct. 10, 1864, for disability.
     Bass R. Myrice, Sept. 4, 1861; mustered out July 11, 1865; veteran.
     Barney McGee, Sept. 4, 1861; mustered out July 11, 1865; veteran.
     Samuel Myrice, Oct. 1, 1862; mustered out with company.

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     David Marsh, Sept. 4, 1861; mustered out with company; veteran.
     Lee Morrow, Aug. 18, 1861; no record
     Bruce D. McBane, Aug. 18, 1861; discharged Dec. 4, 1862, at Columbus, O.
     William B. Morris, Aug 18, 1861; died Oct. 16, 1863, at Chickamauga Hospital.
     Matthew Morrison, Aug. 18, 1861; left at Corinth Hosp., Miss; died Sept. 17, 1862.
     James Mann, Aug. 18, 1861; mustered out Sept. 12, 1864.
     John W. Miller, Aug. 1861; killed at Chickamauga, Sept. 19, 1863.
     George S. Myers, Oct. 15, 1862; discharged May 12, 1865.
     Daniel Marsh, Oct. 18, 1861; killed at Jonesboro, Ga., Sept. 1, 1864.
     Theron McMillen, Aug. 28, 1861; trans. from Co. F, Mar. 15, 1864; mustered out Sept. 12, 1864.
     David C. Meek, Sept. 4, 1861; trans. to Vet. Eng. Corps., Aug. 10, 1864; veteran.
     Noah J. Overmeyer, Oct. 15, 1862; mustered out with company.
     Samuel Overmeyer, Oct. 18, 1862, mustered out with company.
     James Ostrander, Aug. 18, 1861; trans. from Co. F, Mar. 15, 1864; mustered out Sept. 12, 1864.
     Thomas Patton, Aug. 18, 1861; wounded at Chickamauga, Sept. 19, 1863; mustered out Sept. 12, 1864.
     George Pretenious, Sept. 4, 1861; trans. to Vet. Eng. Corps. Aug. 26, 1864; veteran.
     Robert L. Roberts, Aug. 18, 1861; no record.
     Ahusiel Rhone, Aug. 18, 1861; mustered out Sept. 12, 1864.
     Granville, Russell, Aug. 18, 1861; died Feb. 24, 1862, at Lebanon, Ky.
     Allen Rich, Aug. 18, 1861; wounded at Chickamauga, Ga., Sept. 19, 1863; discharged on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Converse P. Russell, Aug. 18, 1861; discharged Jan. 10, 1864, for wounds received at Chickamauga, Ga., Sept. 19, 1863.
     Jacob Richler, Aug. 18, 1861; disch. Jan. 1, 1863; at Louisville, Ky.
     Peter Shauteen, Aug. 18, 1861; died Sept. 27, 1863, at Nashville, Tenn., from wounds received at Chickamauga, Ga., Setp.19, 1863.
     James W. Smith, Aug. 18, 1861; died Mar. 14, 1862, at Nashville, Tenn.
     Orlando B. Stout, Sept. 4, 1861; mustered out with company, veteran
     Robert W. Showman, Aug. 18, 1861; mustered out Sept. 12, 1864.
     Jacob Sill, Aug. 18, 1861; disch. Mch. 20, 1863, for disability.
     Frederick Speigle, Aug. 18, 1861; capt. at Chickamauga, Ga., Sept. 19, 1863; died Aug. 11, 1864, at Andersonville Prison.
     James O. Smith, Aug. 18, 1861; disch. Nov. 12, 1862, for disability.
     Milo Smith, Aug. 28, 1861; trans. from Co. F; mustered out Sept. 12, 1864.

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     Thomas Taylor, Sept. 4, 1861; mustered out with company; veteran.
     Allen F. Thatcher, Aug. 18, 1861; capt. at Chickamauga, Sept. 19, 1863; mustered out Sept. 12, 1864.
     George C. Westcott, Sept. 4, 1861; mustered out with company; veteran.
     John C. Williams, Dec. 17, 1863; mustered out with company, July 11, 1865.
     Martin Westcott, Sept. 4, 1861; mustered out with company; veteran.
     William Weaver, Feb. 2, 1864; mustered out with company, July 11, 1865.
     John White, Dec. 29, 1863; mustered out with company.
     Isaac Wells, Aug. 18, 1861; disch. for disability Jan. 28, 1862, at Louisville, Ky.

THE THIRTY-EIGHTH REGIMENT.

     The second regiment raised for the three years service to which Henry county contributed was the Thirty-eighty O. V. Infantry, raised during the summer and fall of the year 1861, in answer to the call of President Lincoln for three hundred thousand men for three years.  Company B of this regiment was recruited in this county, and there may have been other men in other companies, but they were scattering and went in singly and not as a regular organization as did Company B.  The regiment was organized at Defiance, on the 1st of September.  On the 22d of the same month it was transferred to Camp Dennison, where the men received their arms and field equipments, and were drilled preparatory to active service, after which they were ordered to proceed to Kentucky, where they arrived October 1.  On the next day the regiment passed through and encamped near Nicholasville.  About two weeks later it was ordered to the relief of the garrison at Wild Cat, Ky., and after a forced march of some sixty miles reached its destination on the 19th of October.  Afterward it pursued the enemy to Loudon and Barboursville; marched on all of hte subsequent campaigns during the fall, and went into winter quarters about Christmas time near Somerset.  During the winter months the men suffered severely, not being accustomed to the climate and the rough usages of camp life, so that in a short time less than three hundred in the entire regiment were fit for duty.  The regiment participated in the campaign of Mill Springs, and marched to Louisville, arriving there on Feb. 28, 1862.
     Early in March the regiment proceeded to Nashville where preparations were made for the spring campaign; thence it proceeded with the army of the Ohio through Middle Tennessee, and encamped during the moth of Apr. on the battle-field of Pittsburg Landing, and then again marched under General Hallet toward Corinth, Miss., and took an active part in the siege of that place.
     After the evacuation of Corinth, May 27, 1862, the Thirty-eighth marched with the army in pursuit of Beauregard as far as Boonville, and on returning encamped near Corinth until the 20th of June, when it marched with the army

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to Tuscumbia, Ala., arriving there on the 28th.  On the 28th the regiment proceeded to Winchester, Tenn., where it arrived on the 7th of August.  From this point several reconnoitering parties were sent out, and among them none were more actively engaged than the Thirty-eighth.  A party of eighty men from this regiment made a forced march upon Tracy Creek, which was captured and a large quantity of stores destroyed.  For this event those engaged made the march and return, a total distance of seventy-two miles, in less than twenty-four hours.
     The regiment participated in the battle with the enemy at Chaplain Hill, and afterward in the campaign in Kentucky, and went into camp late in October, on Rolling 'Fork, near Lebanon.  From here it soon proceeded toward Nashville, Tenn.  During the months of November and December it was guarding railroads between Gallatin and Nashville, but in the latter part of the year it marched to Nashville and took a prominent part in the battle at Stone River, and fortunately met with but slight loss.  After the battle the Thirty-eighth went into winter quarters near the city and remained until Mar. 13, 1863, when it joined with the forces at Triune.
     Commencing in June, the year 1863 witnessed for the regiment these events:  Marched with the Army of the Cumberland and took part in the Tullahoma campaign; began the march to Chattanooga August 17; moved with the center corps, crossed the Cumberland mountains to the Tennessee River, which was crossed on log rafts on the night of September 2, and proceeded over Lookout and Raccoon Mountains and arrived in the Lookout Valley about the middle of September; acted as guard for an immense wagon train to Chattanooga, by special order of General Thomas, and thus escaped the battle of Chickamauga, but successfully accomplished the task assigned it.  On the 25th of November the division to which the regiment was attached assaulted the enemy's works at the foot of Mission Ridge and carried them, driving Bragg's forces.  In this brief engagement the Thirty-eighth was on the extreme left, and was subjected to a terrible fire from the rebel infantry.  In this charge the regiment lost seven killed, and forty-one wounded.
     After pursuing the enemy as far as Ringgold the Thirty-eighth returned to camp near Chattanooga, where on the 26th of December the men re-enlisted as a veteran organization, and was furloughed home.  At the expiration of the furlough the regiment joined the army then at Ringgold, Ga.  Recruits were sent forward and when Sherman started on the memorable Atlanta campaign the regiment numbered seven hundred and forty-one men.
     On May 5, 1864, the regiment broke camp and marched to Buzzard's Roost Gap, where it was brought into action.  After skirmishing about for a few days, in which the Thirty-eighth took an active part, several men were killed and wounded.  The regiment then participated in the campaign that followed; in the siege of Kenesaw and elsewhere, fortifying and skirmishing, and brought up

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July 5, 1864, on the Chattahoochie River.  On the 17th they advanced, crossed the river, and on the 22d had the honor of establishing the picket line of the Fourteenth Corps in front of Atlanta.  On the 3d of August it moved to Utoy Creek, where two days later Companies A, C. and K of the regiment charged the enemy's line successfully.
     By a series of movements the army arrived at Jonesboro, Ga., early in September, coming upon Hardee's pickets at four o'clock P. M. of the 1st.  Este's brigade at once charged the works.  The regiment lost here, in killed and wounded, one hundred and fifty men, nearly one-half its entire strength.
     Following the Jonesboro campaign came the campaign of Georgia.  The army broke camp on Oct. 3, 1864, and retraced its lines as far north as Dalton, Hood in the mean time having reached the rear of Sherman's army.  The Thirty-eighth accompanied the expedition thus far, and moved thence via Gaylesville, Ala., to Rome, and reached Kingston, Ga., Nov. 5.  Arriving at Milledgeville on the 24th of November, the regiment was assigned to provost duty in the city.  It was soon sent to destroy the bridge across the Big Ogeechee, which was done, the regiment marching on that day a distance of forty-four miles before reaching Louisville, to which place the army had gone.  From Louisville the army went to Savannah, arriving there on the 21st of December, where the regiment went into camp.  During their stay here the regiment received two hundred drafted men and substitutes.
     On the 30th of January, 1865, the Thirty-eighth left Savannah with the army, and participated in the "Campaign of the Carolinas," and after forty days came to Goldsboro, N. C.  From there it went to Holly Springs, where it remained until after the surrender of Johnston's army.  From Holly Springs the regiment marched to Raleigh, thence to Richmond, and finally to Alexandria, Va., where it remained until after the grand review at the capital, when it encamped near Washington.  It remained there until June 15, and then proceeded to Louisville, Ky., where it arrived on the 23d.  On the 12th of July the muster out was completed, and the regiment proceeded to Cleveland, where it was finally discharged on the 22d day of July, 1865.

Thirty-Eighth Regiment - Field and Staff.

     Edwin D. Bradley, col.; resigned Feb. 8, 1862.
     Edward H. Phelps, col.; prom. from lieut. col.; killed in action Nov. 25, 1863.
     William A. Choate, col.; prom. from lieut. col.; died of wounds.
     Charles Greenwood, maj.; prom. to lieut. col.
     William Irving, maj.; promoted to lieut. col.
     Andrew Newman, maj.; mustered out with regiment.
     Epaphras L. Barber, maj.; resigned Jan. 12, 1862.
     Moses R. Brailey, maj.; resigned Feb. 9, 1862.

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     Israel Coons, surg.; resigned July 13, 1863.
     James Haller, surg.; mustered out Jan. 4, 1865.
     H. B. Powell, surg.; prom. from asst. surg.; mustered out with the regiment.

Company Roster.

     The muster roll of Company B is hardly as complete as could be desired, but owing to the fact that the State roster is not yet published, the same cannot now be given in full.  The following roll is made from a company memorial and shows the name of each officer and man, but its record is not full:
     William A. Choate, capt.; prom. to col.
     Edmund Metz, first lieut.; mustered out with regiment.
     William E. Kintigh, first lieut.; prom. to capt.; resigned Mar. 24, 1863.
     Benj. S. Pindar, second lieut.; prom. to capt.; resigned.
     William H. Ellis, sergt.; prom. second lieut. Mar. 6, 1862; first lieut. May 5, 1863; resigned Sept. 15, 1864.
    
Sergeants -
    
James E. Eidson,
first serg't, veteran;
     Edward T. Gray
, wounded Aug. 4, 1864, veteran;
     Jacob Altenberger, veteran;
     Cornelius Nye, veteran;
     George W. Ford, veteran;
     Forman Evans, first serg't, prom. to second lieut., to first lieut., Co. K.;
     James M. Patterson, first serg't, prom. to second lieut. Co. C, to first lieut. Co. E.;
     Henry P. Urquhart, trans. to Vet. Res. Corps.

Corporals -

     John Babcock, disch. Dec. 13, 1862;
     Samuel M. Powell, disch. Apr. 18, 1862;
     David Kilpatrick, disch. Dec. 29, 1862;
     William W. Waddams;
   
 Daniel Hartley, disch. Sept. 13, 1864;
     Loyal L. Bly, disch. Sept. 13, 1864;
     James McEwen, veteran;
     John Burnhour, wounded Sept. 1, 1864;
     William C. Eidson, captured Feb. 26, 1864, veteran;
     Israel Weamer, veteran;
     David Bost, wounded Sept. 1, 1864, veteran;
     Robert Babcock, wounded Sept. 1, 1864, veteran;
     George Brown, veteran;
     Wilson Quick, captured Feb. 26, 1864, veteran;
     Jacob Hafer, prom. to com. serg't.

Privates -

     Cyrus Altman, vet.;
     Samuel Bost, captured Feb. 26, 1865, vet.;
     Lemuel Howard, vet;
     William D. Hudson, vet.;
     James M. Knox, wounded Sept. 1, 1864, vet.;
     George Lighthiser, vet.;
     John McCracken, vet;
     Joseph Mares, vet.;
     Leander Mares, wounded Sept. 1, 1864, vet.;
     William Mares, vet.;
     Edmund B. Magill, vet;
     Henry C. McHenry, vet.;
     William F. Reighard, vet.;
     Hugh M. Reighard, vet.;
     William H. Sprague, vet;
     Philip Wittmer, vet.;
     Valentine Zink, vet.;
     Daniel Climer, wounded July 21, 1864;
     Thomas Chambers,
     Levi Donnelly;
     William H. Dennis,
wounded Aug. 4, 1864;
     Daniel W. Frease,
     Adam Lighthiser;
     George Myers,
wounded Aug. 5, 1864;

     Thomas Rose,
     Elmer Struble;
     Silas Wright,
     Joseph Wells,
     George M. Zink,
     William H. Ellis,
     Frank Kitsmiller;
     John Babcock,
wounded Sept. 1, 1864;
     Patrick Cassidy,
     Levi Frysinger,
     David Kennedy,

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     John Simmerly,
     William A. Babcock,
     Alva Spade,
     William H. Atherton,
     William H. Bestor,
     Cornelius Carder,
     Peter Doubenmyer,
     Dudley T. Fields,
     Henry Gearhart,
     James Garretson,
     Alexander Henry,
     Jasper L. Jones,
     David Nessley,
     George Ream,
     Andrew Barnhart
, captured July 9, 1864.

Members Discharged -

     Philip B. Walterhouse, Apr. 18, 1862;
     Lulius Kelly, July 16, 1862;
     George B. Corbett, Aug. 18, 1862;
     Thomas Barrett, Dec. 11, 1862;
     Presley C. Durbin, Dec. 29, 1862;
     Robert McEwen, Jan. 26, 1863;
     Lawrence A. Durbin, date not given;
     Joseph W. Davis, Dec. 27, 1862;
     D. H. Latta, July 27, 1862;
     Henry Shatzer, July 27, 1863;
     Frederick Sprown, July 27, 1863;
     Adam Bost
, July 27, 1863;
     John Booher, July 27, 1863;
     Seth Kenter, July 28, 1863;
     John Sprague, Jan. 4, 1862;
     Smith Cowdrick, Jan r, 1862;
     George Smith, Jan. 4, 1862;
     Francis M. Bascom, Sept. 13, 1864;
     Charles Gillespie, Sept. 13, 1864;
     William H. Russell, Sept. 13, 1864;
     William Sands, Sept. 13, 1864;
     Daniel W. Davis, Sept. 13, 1864;
     Francis M. Kinney, Sept. 13, 1864;
     Perry S. C. Durbin, Apr. 22, 1863.

Company Death Roll -

     Corp., Robert Frees, Mar. 6, 1853;
     corp., Henry Wittmer, July 26, 1864;
     corp., James Cowan, June 6, 1862;
     corp., Oscar P. Randall, killed Sept. 1, 1864;
     corp., George Struble, killed Sept. 1, 1864;
     Henry Ellis date not given;
     Perry S. Pinder, Apr. 28, 1862;
     Henry Weaver, May 28, 1862;
     Benjamin F. Wright, Sept. 15, 1862;
     Joseph W. Britnell, Sept. 25, 1862;
     James M. Frederick, Oct. 22, 1862;
     Samuel Lorah Dec. 15, 1862;
     John W. Carter, May, 1863;
     Philip Naugle, Feb. 15, 1863;
     Balser Borts, Mar. 1, 1863;
     Lewis F. Frysinger, Apr. 8, 1863;
     Robert McCracken, Oct. 11, 1863;
     David McCracken, of wounds, Nov. 4, 1864;
     O. D. Riley, Dec. 28, 1863;
     James M. Green, Mar. 20, 1864;
     William Richmond, Mar. 12, 1864;
     Azariah Bast, Mar. 22, 1864;
     Andrew Saltsman, Apr. 5, 1864;
     Philo W. Amy, Dec. 27, 1861;
     Thomas J. Richmond, date not given;
     Michael Hayes
, date not given;
     Samuel A. Palmer, Jan. 26, 1862;
     George Ceiling, Nov. 13, 1861;
     George Price, Sept. 13, 1861;
     William Manley, Nov. 24, 1861;
     Joseph Huston, Jun. 1, 1864;
     Michael Bast, date not given;
     William Parker, killed Aug. 11, 1864;
     Charles A. Alexander, killed Aug. 19, 1864;
     Bennett Ponteous, killed Sept. 1, 1864;
     Jacob Green, Feb. 9, 1864;
     S. L. F. Jones, Dec. 30, 1864;
     William Fellers, wounded Sept. 1, 1864; died Sept. 10, 1864

SIXTY-EIGHTH INFANTRY.

     This regiment was composed mainly of young men of from seventeen to thirty years of age.  Fulton, Williams, Paulding and Defiance counties, each furnished one company, and Henry county furnished the great majority of the men of the other companies.  The regiment commenced to rendezvous at Camp Latty, Napoleon, O., Nov. 21, 1861.  Sibley tents, with stoves and plenty of straw, gave the boys sumptuous quarters.  The rations furnished were of the best quality, and abundant, and the supplies of delicacies sent them by  their friends at home were frequent, and generous in quantity and variety.
     On the 5th of January, 1862, the regiment moved to Camp Chase, where it remained until Feb. 7, when it moved to Fort Donelson, Tenn., arriving on the 14th.  The regiment was assigned to General Charles F. Smith's division and occupied a very important position on the left of the lines during the two days' operations.  After the surrender the regiment encamped near Dover until the 15th of March, when it moved to Metal Landing, on the Tennessee, and from there to Crump's Landing, and from there to Pittsburgh Landing.  Up to this time the health of the men had been comparatively good; but now bad water, bad weather and bad rations operated very seriously upon the boys, fresh from the comforts of home life, and the strength of the regiment was reduced by sickness from one thousand to less than three hundred men fit for duty.  The regiment was assigned to General Lew Wallance's division, and during the battle of Pittsburgh Landing was engaged in guarding ordnance and supply trains.  Lieutenant-Colonel Scott and Capt. Richards went as volunteer aids to General Thayer, and were mentioned in his official report for gallant and efficient service.  During the operations around Corinth the regiment was constantly on duty in building roads, bridges and entrenchments.  After the evacuation the Sixty-eighth with the Twenty-third Indiana, was stationed at Bolivar, Tenn., where they rebuilt the bridge across the Hatchie, and formed the guards along the railroad for a number of miles.
     The first regular engagement participated in by the regiment was the battle of Metamora (or the Little Hatchie), and for gallantry in which the regiment was complimented in general orders.  The regiment also participated in the battle of Iuka.  It closed the campaign of 1862 by forming the advance of an expedition which attempted to get into the rear of Vicksburg by the way of Holly Springs and Granada, Miss.  The design was frustrated by the surrender of Holly Springs, and the regiment returned to Memphis.  During the campaign in Mississippi the regiment was assigned to the Second Brigade, Third Division, Seventeenth Army Corps, where it remained until the close of the war.
     In the spring of 1863 the regiment moved with its command to Lake Providence, La., on the Mississippi River, where it worked on the Lake Providence canal in the fruitless attempt to clear a passage for the river boats through Bayou Tensas.  It engaged in similar work in the vicinity of Walnut Bayou in the vicinity of Eagle Bend.  About the 10th of April, 1863, the regiment moved down to Milliken's Bend, where it was engaged in working on the military road toward Richmond, La.  While here Lieutenant John J. Banks, of Company C., and privates John Snyder of Company A, Joseph Longbury and William Barnhart of Company C., volunteered to take one of the transports, a common river steamer, past the Vicksburg batteries. 

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succeeded in this undertaking on the night of Apr. 21.  On the 23d of Apr. the regiment began its march for the rear of Vicksburg.  It marched more than seventy miles over low bottom lands, still partly submerged, crossed innumerable bayous on bridges hastily constructed of timber from neighboring houses and cotton gins, and reached the Mississippi at Grand Gulf.  The regiment moved down to Bruinsburg, where it crossed the river, and by a forced march was able to participate in the battle of Thompson's Hill, May 1, 1863.  The regiment pursued the retreating rebels and was engaged in the battles of Raymond, May 21, 1863.  The regiment pursued the retreating rebels and was engaged in the battles of Raymond, May 21; Jackson, May 14; Champion Hills, May 16, and Big Black.  The regiment lost heavily in all these engagements, especially at Champion Hills, where Lieutenant-Colonel John S. Snook was killed.
     The regiment engaged in an attack on the rebel works in the rear of Vicksburg on May 18, and in the assault on Fort Hill on the 22d.  During the early part of the siege the regiment was constantly in the trenches, and it also furnished large details of sharp-shooters; but during the latter part of the siege it was placed in the army of observation, near Big Black.  It was on the reconnoissance toward Yazoo city, in the latter part of June, and participated in the engagement at Jackson on the 12th of July.  After the battle it guarded about six hundred prisoners into Vicksburg.  The regiment was quartered comfortably in the suburbs at Vicksburg until the middle of August, when it moved on an expedition to Monroe, La., and returned with one-third of its men either in the hospital, or on the sick list.  In October the regiment moved on a reconnoissance with the Seventeenth Corps, and was engaged in a skirmish at Bogue Chitta Creek, and on the 5th of February, 1864, it participated in the fight at Clinton and Jackson, Miss, while on the Meridian raid.  This expedition prevented the regiment from going north on veteran furlough as promptly as it otherwise would have gone.  It was one of the first regiments in the Seventeenth Corps to report three-fourths of its men en-enlisted, it having done so on the 15th of December, 1863.  Upon its return from the Meridian raid the men were supplied with clothing, and the regiment embarked for the North, leaving one hundred and seventy recruits at Vicksburg, who arrived just as the regiment was moving down to the landing.  The regiment arrived at Cairo on the 23d of March, and embarked on the cars, moved by way of Indianapolis, Bellefontaine and Columbus to Cleveland, where it arrived the 26th.  Through Illinois and Indiana the regiment was welcomed everywhere with banners and flags. It was royally entertained at the Soldiers' Home in Indianapolis on the morning of the 24th, and was feasted bountifully by the citizens of Muncie, Ind., on the evening of the same day.  The regiment was detained ten days  at Cleveland before a paymaster could be obtained, and soon after payment the regiment started for Toledo, where it arrived at three o'clock P. M., on the 6th of April.  It was met by a delegation of citizens, headed by the mayor of the city, with bands of music, and after marching

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through the principal streets it was escorted to the Island House, where a splendid dinner was in waiting.  This was the first welcome the regiment had received since entering the State.  Special trains were made up on the different roads, and by night all the men were at home.
     On the 7th of May the regiment again took the cars at Cleveland, and proceeded to Cario by way of Cincinnati.  At Cairo it was joined by the recruits left at Vicksburg, and these, with those obtained during furlough, numbered over three hundred.  Here, too, the regiment turned over its old arms and drew new Springfield muskets.  On the 12th of May the regiment, with more than seven hundred men for duty, embarked for Clifton, Tenn., and thence it marched by way of Huntsville, Decatur and Rome, to Acworth, Ga., where it joined the main army under Sherman on the 10th of June.  During the remainder of the Atlanta campaign the Sixty-eighth was under fire almost constantly.   It was on the advance line for sixty-five days and nights, and it was engaged at Kenesaw Mountain, Big Shanty, Nicojack, Atlanta, July 22d and 28th, Jonesborough and Lovejoy.  On the 22d of July the regiment was engaged very heavily.  It had been selected to go to the rear, and to picket the roads in the vicinity of army and corps headquarters; but upon reaching its position it discovered in its front, instead of cavalry, a corps of rebel infantry; while, at the same time, another line of rebel troops was forming across the road in its rear.  Thus the Sixty-eighth was sandwiched between the enemy's advance and rear lines.  The rebels were totally unaware of the position of this little Buckeye band.  The commands of the rebel officers could be distinctly heard, and prisoner were captured almost from the rebel line of file closers.  As the rebel line moved forward the Sixty-eighth advanced, cheering, on the double-quick, and dropping behind a fence, poured a volley into the rebels, who were in the open field.  The batteries of Fuller's brigade, Sixteenth Crops, responded to the alarm thus given, and the fight opened in earnest.  The Sixteenth Corps engaged the enemy so promptly that the regiment was enabled by a rapid movement by the flank, and a wide detour, to pass around the enemy's right, and to rejoin its brigade, which it found warmly engaged.  The attack came from front and rear, and the men fought first on one side of the works and then on the other.  At one time a portion of the brigade was on one side of the works, firing heavily in one direction, while a little way lower down the line the remainder of the brigade was on the other side of the works, firing heavily in the other direction.  The left of the brigade swung back to the crest of a small hill, the right still resting on the old works, and a few rails were thrown together, forming a barricade, perhaps a foot high, when the last charge of the day was made by two rebel divisions.  On they came in splendid style, not firing a shot, arms at "right shoulder shift," officers in front, lines well dressed, following each other in quick succession.  The brigade held firm until the first line had crossed a ravine in its front, and

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the second line of reserves could be seen coming down the opposite slope.   Then came a terrific crash of musketry, and then volley after volley.   The rebels fell back, leaving the ground thickly strewn with the dead and dying.  After the engagement at Lovejoy, September 2 - 6, the regiment was stationed on the Rough and Ready road, near East Point, for two weeks, when it moved in pursuit of Hood.  The regiment advanced as far as Gaylesville, Ala., and here quite a number of men were mustered out by reason of expiration of term of service.  The regiment commenced its return march about the 1st of November, and moved by way of Cave Springs and Lost Mountain to Smyrna camp-meeting ground, where the men were supplied with clothing, and every thing was thoroughly overhauled.  The railroad was destroyed, and on the 14th the regiment moved to Atlanta, and at daylight on the 15th commenced the march to the sea.  With the exception of an engagement with the Georgia militia at the crossing of the Oconee, and the destruction of the railroad buildings at Millen, the regiment experienced no variation from the easy marches and pleasant bivouacs, which all enjoyed.  On the 10th of December the regiment reached the works around Savannah.  On the 12th the Seventeenth Corps moved well around to the right of the main road running from the city to King's Bridge.  Here the regiment assisted in throwing up a heavy line of works, and furnished two companies daily as sharp-shooters.  During the operations around Savannah the regiment subsisted almost entirely upon rice, which was found in large quantities near camp, and which the men hulled and ground in rude hand-mills.  Upon the occupation of the city the regiment was ordered on guard duty in the town, and was quartered comfortably in Warren and Oglethorp parks.  Here, too, the regiment lost some valuable men, who were mustered out by reason of expiration of term of service.  A large number of commissions were received, and the regiment was supplied with a fine corps of young and enthusiastic officers.
     On the 5th of January, 1865, the regiment embarked at Thunderbolt Bay for Beaufort, and from there it formed the advance of the corps for most of the way to Pocotaligo.  Here some heavy works were thrown up, and after resting about two weeks the troops moved on the campaign of the Carolinas.  The regiment marched by way of Orangeburg, Columbia, Winnsboro and Cheraw, destroying property, both public and private; but upon entering the State of North Carolina this destruction of property was forbidden by orders from superior headquarters.  The march was continued through Fayetteville
to Goldsboro; where the regiment arrived ragged, bare-footed, and bare headed, and blackened and begrimed with the smoke of pine knots.  On the morning after its arrival the adjutantís report showed forty-two men barefooted, thirty-six bare-headed, and two hundred and sixty wearing some article of citizen's clothes.  The regiment rested ten days and then moved out to Raleigh.

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     After the surrender of Johnson the regiment marched by way of Dinwiddie C. H., Petersburg, Richmond, Fredericksburg and Alexandria to Washington city, where it participated in the grand review on the 26th of May.  After the review the Sixty-eighth camped at Tenallytown for a week, when it was ordered to Louisville, Ky . It went into camp about two miles from the city, and a regular system of drill and discipline was maintained until the 10th of July, when the muster out rolls were signed, and the regiment was ordered to report to Camp Taylor, near Cleveland, for payment and discharge.  Upon arriving at Cleveland the Sixty-eighth was met at the depot by a delegation of citizens, and was escorted to Monument Square, where a splendid breakfast was served.  After this the regiment marched to camp, where it remained until the 18th of July, 1865, when it was paid and discharged. 
     During its term Of service the regiment was on the " sacred soil" of every rebel State except Florida and Texas.  It marched over seven thousand miles, and traveled by railroad and steamboat over six thousand miles.  Between nineteen hundred and two thousand men belonged to the regiment, and of these ninety per cent, were native Americans, the others being Germans, Irish, or English, the Germans predominating.  Colonel R. K. Scott commanded the regiment in all its engagements except Metamora, when Lieutenant-Colonel J. S. Snook commanded until after the Vicksburg campaign, when the command devolved upon Lientenant-Colonel George E. Wells, and he continued to hold the command in all subsequent engagements, skirmishes and marches until the close of the war.  The regiment was presented with a beautiful banner by the citizens of Henry county just before its muster out; it having been impracticable to send the flag to the regiment at Atlanta, as was intended, the flag was returned by Colonel Wells, on behalf of the regiment, to the citizens of Henry county.  The regimental colors were turned over to the adjutant-general of the State, and were deposited in the archives.  Upon these flags, by authority from corps and department headquarters, were in scribed the names of the following battles: Fort Donelson, Pittsburgh Landing, Siege of Corinth, Iuka, Metamora, Thompson's Hill, Raymond, Jackson, Champion Hills, Big Black, Vicksburg, May 22, and siege; Jackson, July 12; Monroe Raid, Bogue Chitta, Meridian Raid, Kenesaw, June 27, and siege; Nicojack, Atlanta, July 21, 22 and 28, and siege; Jonesboro, Lovejoy, Oconee, Savannah, Pocotaligo, Salkehatchie, Orangeburg, Columbia, Cheraw, Bentonville and Raleigh.
     This regiment was organized in the State Of Ohio at large, in October, November and December, 1861, to serve three years.  On the expiration of its term of service the original members (except veterans) were mustered out, and the organization, composed of veterans and recruits, retained in service until July 10, 1865, when it was mustered out in accordance with orders from the war department.


Robert Scott
Brig & Bre't Maj. Genl.  U. S. Vols.

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     The official list of battles, in which this regiment bore an honorable part, is not yet published by the war department, but the following list has been compiled, after careful research, during the preparation of this work: Thompsonís Hill, Miss, May 1, 1863; Raymond, Miss, May, 12, 1863; Jackson, Miss, May 14, 1863; Champion Hills. Miss, May 16, 1863; siege of Vicksburg, Miss., May 18 to July 4, 1863; Clinton and Jackson, Miss, Feb. 5, 1864; Kenesaw Mountain, Ga., June 9 to 30, 1864; Big Shanty, Ga., June 15, 1864; Kenesaw Mountain, Ga. (general assault), June 27, 1864; Atlanta, Ga. (Hood's first sortie), July 24, 1864; siege of Atlanta, Ga., July 28 to
Sept. 2, 1864; Jonesboro, Ga., Aug. 31 to Sept. 1, 1864; Lovejoy Station, Ga., Sept. 2 to 6, 1864.

ROSTER.

     Field and Staff. - Mustered out July 10, 1865, at Louisville, Ky., by Cyrus M. Roberts, captain Seventy-eighth O. V. Infantry.  No record of muster in found.

Company A. - Mustered in Dec. 13, 1861, at Camp Latty, Napoleon, O., by Lewis Y. Richards, captain Sixty-eighth O. V. I.  Mustered out July 10, 1865, at Louisville, Ky., by Cyrus M. Roberts, captain Seventy-eighth O. V. Infantry.

     Field and Staff. - Samuel H. Steedman, colonel, Oct. 1, 1861, three years.  Promoted from Lieut.-col. Nov. 29, 1861; disch. July 5, 1862.
     Robert K. Scott, col., Oct. 1, 1861, 3 years; prom. to lieut-col. from maj. Nov. 30, 1861; to col. July 5, 1862; brev. brig-general Jan. 25, 1865; brig.-general Mar. 31, 1865; brev. maj.-general Dec. 5, 1865.
     John S. Snook, lieut.-col., Nov. 29, 1861, 3 years; prom. from maj. July 5, 1862; killed May 16, 1863, in battle of Champion Hills, Miss.
     George E. Wells, lieut-col., Oct. 29, 1861, 3 years; prom. to maj. from adj. July 5, 1862; to lieut-col. May 16, 1863; to col. June 16, 1865; not must.; must. out with reg. July 10, 1865.
     Arthur Crocket, maj., Nov. 2, 1861, 3 years; prom. from capt. company D, Feb. 26, 1864, to lieut-col. June 16, 1865; not must.; must. out with reg. July 10, 1865.
     Eugene B. Harrison, surgeon, Nov. 6, 1861, 3 years; resigned June 9, 1864.
     M. A. Brown, surgeon, Sept. 26, 1864, 3 years declined.
     John G. Brigham, surgeon, Dec. 7, 1864, 3 years; must. out with regt. July 10, 1865.
     Benjamin F. Berkley, ass't-surgeon, Oct. 21, 1861, 3 years; resigned Dec. 31, 1862.
     S. C. Chase, ass't-surgeon, Aug. 19, 1862, 3 years; resigned Oct. 31, 1862.
     David C. Rathburne, ass't-surgeon, Feb. 4, 1863, 3 years; declined.

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     W. C. Catlin,
ass't-surgeon, Apr. 28, 1863, 3 years; declined.
     William Massie, ass't-surg., July 10, 1863, 3 years; appt. July 20, 1863; prom. to surg. July 13, 1864; declined ___  ____; resigned Aug. 20, 1864.
     L. V. Vorhees, ass't-surg., July 13, 1864, 3 years; declined.
     E. C. De Forest, ass't-surg., Oct. 25, 1864, 3 years; declined.
     Andrew Jackson, adjt., Oct. 10, 1861, 3 years; prom. from second lieut. company F, July 5, 1862; resigned Feb. 24, 1863.
     Thomas T. Cowan, adjt., Oct. 4, 1861, 3 years; appt. from first lieut. company H, Feb. 28, 1863; prom. to capt. May 9, 1864; declined ___, ____; must out Oct. 27, 1864, on the expiration of term of service.
     Henry Welty, adjt., Oct. 10, 1861, 3 years; appt. from first lieut. company A, Oct. 24, 1864; prom. to capt. Nov. 26, 1864; declined __, ____; must. out with reg. July 10, 1865.
     Leverett G. Crandall, quartermaster, Nov. 2, 1861, 3 years; appt. from first lieut. company D, Oct. 26, 1862; detailed Apr. 24, 1863, to command mortar boats which opened bombardment of Vicksburg May 20, 1863; returned to regiment May 25, 1863; prom. to cap. an ass't-adjt-gen'l on staff of Gen'l Robert K. Scott, 2d Brigade, 3d Div., 17th Army Corps Nov. 8, 1864; mustered out Mar. 20, 1865.
     Charles Bates, quartermaster, Oct. 16, 1861, 3 years; prom. to serg't-maj. from private, company K, Nov. 23, 1861; to second lieut. company B, Apr. 1, 1862; first lieut. company B, May 16, 1864, but declined to accept; must. out Apr. 9, 1865, on expiration of term of service.
     Elmer Y. Smutz, quartermaster, Oct. 16, 1861, 3 years; appt. from first lieut. company C, Apr. 10, 1865; must. out with regiment July 10, 1865.
     Martin Perkey, chap., Dec. 24, 1861, 3 years; resigned Sept. 17, 1862.
     Samuel R. Adams, serg't-maj., Oct. 17, 1861, 3 years; prom. to quarter-master-sergeant from private company F, Nov. 20, 1861.
     Isaac McCoy, serg't-maj., Oct. 22, 1861, 3 years; prom. from first serg't company C, Oct. 26, 1862; to second lieut. company A, Nov. 10, 1863.
     Milton Stout, serg't-maj., Oct. 26, 1861, 3 years; prom. from first serg't company F, Apr. 30, 1864; to capt. company F, Jan. 11, 1865; veteran.
     Alfred M. Russel, serg't-maj., Dec. 3, 186, 3 years; prom. from private company C, Jan. 27, 1865; mustered out with regiment July 10, 1865.
     Jacob Bruner, quartermaster-sergeant, Nov. 23, 1861, 3 years; prom. from serg't company C, Apr. 1, 1862; disch. Apr. 9, 1863, to accept promotion in 9th Louisiana Volunteers, African descent; killed June 7, 1863, at action in Milliken's Bend, La.
     Charles E. Reynolds, quartermaster-sergeant, Jan. 5, 1862, 3 years; prom. from private company F, Apr. 20, 1863; captured May, 1863, at Clinton,

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Miss., while carrying dispatches; exchanged Aug., 1863; captured Feb. 10, 1864, at Morton, Miss.; exchanged Apr.17, 1865; must. out June 16, 1865, at Camp Chase, O., by order of war department; veteran.
     William G. Lamb, com.-serg't., Nov. 26, 1861, 3 years; prom. from private company I, Nov. 27, 1861 disch. July 23, 1862, at Cincinnati, O., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Frank Flemmer, com.-serg't. Oct. 29, 1861, 3 years; prom. from private, company F, Dec. 25, 1864; veteran.
     James M. McGriffin, hosp. steward, Oct. 10, 1861, 3 years; prom. from private, company I, Nov. 26, 1861; disch. May 8, 1862, at Shiloh, Tenn., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     John G. Parry, hosp. steward, Oct. 8, 1861, 3 years; prom. from private, company F, Oct. 23, 1863; wounded May 6, 1863, in battle of Champion Hills, Miss.; must. out Oct. 28, 1864, at Chattanooga Tenn., on expiration of term of service.
     Cary E. McCann, hosp. steward, Dec. 13, 1861, 3 years; prom. from private, company I, Oct .8, 1864; to second lieut. Jan. 11, 1865; not must.; must. out with regiment July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Larkin Linthicum, prin. must., Oct. 19, 1861, e years; prom. from private company A, Mar. 12, 1862; mustered out with reg. July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Ithamer Culbertson, prin. must., Dec. 5, 1861, 3 years; prom. from private, company E, Apr. 12, 1862; must. out with regiment July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Guy E. Eastman, drum-maj., Nov. 15, 1861, 3 years; disch. Apr. 9, 1862, by order of war department.
     John B. Mikesell, fife-maj., Dec. 5, 1861, 3 years; died Mar. 11, 1862, at Fort Donelson, Tenn.

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Lewis W. Richards
, captain Oct. 3, 1861, 3 years; app't Nov. 5, 1861; must. out Oct. 26, 1864, on expiration of term of service.
     Isaac McCoy, captain, Oct. 22, 1861, 3 years; prom. to second lieut. from serg't maj. Nov. 10, 1863; capt. Nov. 26, 1864; must. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Abraham C. Urquhart, first lieutenant, Oct. 28, 1861, 3 years; appt. Nov. 21, 1861; prom. to captain Nov. 11, 1862, but declined to accept; mus. out Dec. 19, 1864, near Savannah, Ga., on expiration of term of service.
     William F. Williams, first lieut., Oct. 12, 1861, 3 years; appt. second lieut. Nov. 21, 1861; prom. to first lieut. Oct. 26, 1862; to capt. company D, May 9, 1862.
     Henry Welty, first lieut. Oct. 7, 1861, 3 years; prom. to second lieut. company F, Feb. 26, 1864; appt. adj. Oct. 24, 1862.

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     Upton, Spurgeon, first lieut., Oct. 8, 1861, 3 years; appt. corp. Dec. 1, 1861; serg't July 1, 1862; first serg't Jan. 1, 1863; prom. to first lieut. Nov. 26, 1864; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Samuel R. Adams, second lieut. Oct. 17, 1861, 3 years; prom. from serg't-maj., Oct. 26, 1862; to first lieut. company K, Feb. 26, 1684.
     Peter Huner, first serg't, Oct. 28, 1861, 3 years; mus. as private; appt. first serg't Dec. 1, 1861; died Dec. 6, 1862, at Bolivar, Tenn.
     Elmer Y. Smutz, first serg't, Oct. 16, 1861, 3 years; mus. as private; appt. serg't. Jan. 1, 1863; first serg't, Dec. 26, 1864; prom. to first lieut. company C, Jan. 11, 1865; veteran.
     Andrew J. Treslar, first serg't, Dec. 12, 1861, 3 years; appt. corp. __, ____; wounded May 16, 1863, in battle of Champion Hills, Miss.; appt. serg't. Mar. 9, 1864; first serg't, Jan. 30, 1865; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Jacob Battenfield, sergt.., Oct. 24, 1861, 3 years; appt. corp. __, ____; serg't, Dec. 24, 1864; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Horace Waters, serg't, Oct. 12, 1861, 3 years; appt. corp. ____; serg't, Dec. 24, 1864; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Elias Kigar, serg't, Oct. 15, 1861, 3 years; appt. from private Dec. 24, 1864; mustered out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Robert B. Wood, serg't, Oct. 28, 1861, 3 years; appt corp. Dec. 24, 1864; serg't. Jan. 30, 1865; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Samuel Morse, serg't, Oct. 5, 1861, 3 years; mus. as private; appt. serg't, Dec. 1, 1861; died Dec. 14, 1863, at Vicksburg, Miss.
     Elmer Y. Baker, corp., Oct. 22, 1861, 3 years; appt. corp. Dec. 24, 1864; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
    Richard, Steward, corp., Oct. 5, 1861, 3 years; wounded May 15, 1863, in battle of Champion Hills, Miss.; appt. corp. Dec. 25, 1864; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
    Thomas Jenkins, corp., Oct. 11, 1861, 3 years; appt. corp. Dec. 24, 1864; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Ebenezer W. Schooley, corp., Oct. 25, 1863, 3 years; appt. corp. Dec. 24, 1864; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Joseph Rickey, corp., Oct. 16, 1861, 3 years; appt. corp. Dec. 24, 1864; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     John Kigar, corp., Oct. 17, 1861, 3 years; appt. corp. Dec. 24, 1864; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Henry Dickerson, corp., Oct. 27, 1861, 3 years; appt. corp. Dec. 1, 1861; disch. __, ____, at Columbus, O., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Henry C. Williams, corp., Oct. 21, 1861, 3 years; appt. corp. __, ____; died Sept. 3, 1864, at Cairo, Ill., of wounds received June 12, 1863, in action near Vicksburg, Miss.

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     Barr, William J., private, Oct. 5, 1861, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Thomas Burrow, private, Oct. 5, 1861, 3 years; captured Feb. 10, 1864, at Morton, Miss.; mus. out June 16, 1865, at Camp Chase, O., by order of war department; veteran.
     Bortz, George, private, Oct. 7, 1861, 3 years.
     Buchele, Louis, private, Oct. 12, 1861, 3 years; mus. in as Lewis Buckley; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Beck, Adam, private, Oct. 14, 1861, 3 years; wounded May 16, 1863, in battle of Champion Hills, Miss.; mustered out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Beck, Benton, private, Oct. 19, 1861, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Beck, Paul, private, Aug. 26, 1862, 3 years; died June 8, 1863 at hospital at Lake Provident, La.
     Battenfield, William D., private, Oct. 16, 1861, 3 years; mus. out with company, July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Bear, Abraham, private, Oct. 19, 1861, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Brenner, Nathaniel, private, Dec. 24, 1861, 3 years; captured May 10, 1864, at Morton, Miss.; died Sept. 11, 1864, in rebel prison at Andersonville, Ga.; veteran.
     Bowman, Frederick, private, Oct. 24, 1861, 3 years; trans to company D.
     Bowman, Frederick, private, Jan. 5, 1863, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Bordner, Henry, private, Dec. 10, 1863, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Branghno, John, private, Feb. 7, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 6854.
     Babcock, John D., private, Dec. 23, 1863, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Babcock, William O., private, Jan. 25, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company, July 10, 1865.
     Babcock, Alonzo A., private, Jan. 16, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Babcock, James H., private, Feb. 7, 1864, 3 years; died June 4, 1865, Harewood General Hospital at Washington, D. C.
     Brackham, Frederick, private, Oct. 7, 1861, 3 years; trans. from company F, __ , ____; mus. out Oct. 28, 1864, at Chattanooga, Tenn., on expiration of term of service.
    Berthmyer, David, private, Oct. 12, 1861, 3 years; died May 22, 1862, at Napoleon, O.

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     Best, Azariah, private, Oct. 17, 1861, 3 yeas; died Mar. 26, 1862, at Crump's Landing, Tenn.
     Baker, John K., private, Dec. 1, 1861, 3 years; disch. July 1, 1862, at Columbus, O., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Bonny, Joseph M., private, Oct. 31, 1861, 3 years; disch. June 20, 1862, at Camp Chase, O., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Cross, Abel, private, Oct. 18, 1861, 3 years; disch. May 2, 1862, at Pittsburgh, Tenn., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Cary, Harlan P., private, Oct. 22, 1861, 3 years; transferred to 8th Michigan Light Art., Dec. 10, 1862.
     Dunbar, John, private, Aug. 26, 1862, 3 years; mus. out May 29, 1865, at Washington, D. C., by order of war department.
     Dunbar, Boyd, private, Oct. 11, 1861, 3 years; w'd May 16, 1863 in battle of Champion Hills, Miss.; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Dunbar, James, private, Oct. 20, 1862, 3 years; discharged June 26, 1863, on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Davis, George R., private, Oct. 20, 1862, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Davis, John, private, Dec. 23, 1862, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Drummond, Levi, private, Jan. 15, 1864, 3 years; mus. out July 21, 1865, in New York city by order of war department.
     Dennis, Andrew J., private, Sept. 1, 1862, 3 years; mus. out May 29, 1865, at Washington, D. c., by order of war department.
     Done, Eugene O., private, Dec. 1, 1863, 3 years; mus. out June 8, 1865, at Camp Dennison, O., by order of war department.
     Duell, Eugene F., private, Dec. 31, 1863, 3 years; died Sept. 15, 1865, at Vicksburg, Miss.
     Edson, John B., private, Dec. 4, 1863, 3 years; mus. out with company, July 10, 1865.
     Edgar, John, private, Oct. 12, 1861, 3 years; discharged Oct. 8, 1862.
     Franz, Henry, private, Oct. 7, 1861, 3 years mus. out with company.
     Frederick, Erastus, private, Oct. 17, 1861, 3 years; mus. out with company, July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Foster, Charles E., private, Oct. 19, 1861, three years; on mus. roll but never reported for duty.
     Foster, Charles E., private May 5, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Flenner, George, Oct. 28, 1861, 3 years; discharged Dec. 23, 1862, at Columbus, O., on surgeon's certificate of disability.

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     Friend, Jacob, private, Feb. 22, 1864, 3 years; killed June 22, 1864 in action at Kenesaw Mountain, Ga.
     Galman, Joseph, private, Oct. 16, 1864, 1 year; mus. out with company, July 10, 1865.
     Goodwell, Nathaniel, private, Oct. 21, 1861, 3 years; mus. out Oct. 28, 1864, at Chattanooga, on expiration of term of service.
    Garret, Jacob, private, Oct. 28, 1861, 3 years; mus. out Oct. 28, 1864, at Chattanooga, Tenn., on expiration of term of service.
     Helberg, Christian H., private, Oct. 5, 1861, 3 years; discharged Oct. 17, 1862, at Bolivar, Tenn., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Helberg, Frederick, private, Oct. 5, 1861, 3 years; discharged Oct. 17, 1862, at Bolivar, Tenn., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Hutchins, Simon J., Oct. 14, 1863, 3 years; mus. out with company, July 10, 1865.
     Howe, William H., private, Jan. 5, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Haller, William, private, Dec. 13, 1861, 3 years; appointed corporal _____; sergeant, Mar. 9, 1864; reduced to ranks, Dec. 17, 1864; wounded, June 11, 1863, in action near Vicksburg; mus. out with company, July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Hershberger, Wilson, private, Oct. 5, 1861, 3 years; died Apr. 24, 1862, at Pittsburgh Landing, Tenn.
     Hershberger, Thomas, private, Oct. 14, 1861, 3 years; on mus. roll, no further record found.
     Hissong, Lyman J., private, Oct. 21, 1861, 3 years; trans. to company I, Dec. 1, 1861.
     Hiser, John, private, Dec. 13, 1861, 3 years; died Jan. 22, 1864 in hospital at Vicksburg, Miss.; veteran.
     Konzen, Leonard, private, Jan. 18, 1864, 3 years; captured Nov. 17, 1864, on march from Atlanta to Savannah, Ga.; no further record found.
     Kriling, John, private, Oct. 5, 1861, 3 years; died Oct. 18, 1862, in hospital at Jackson, Tenn.
     Kemm, Christian, private, Oct. 7, 1861, 3 years; died July 9, 1862, at Napoleon, O.
     Knapp, James H., private, Oct. 22, 1861, 3 years; transferred to company D.
     Kittering, John F., private, Oct. 20, 1861, 3 years; absent Mar. 13, 1862, in general hospital, Mound City, Ill.; no further record found.
     Kelly, Alvey, private, Oct. 28, 1861, 3 years; discharged July 29, 1862, at Columbus, O., Surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Laher, Gottlieb, private, Oct. 19, 1861, 3 years; mus. out with company, July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Lawrence, George F., private, Oct. 19, 1861, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.

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     Lettick, Simon, private, Oct. 9, 1862, 3 years; also borne on the rolls as Simon Leetlirk; mus. out with company, July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Large, Erastus, private, Oct. 13, 1861, 3 years; on mus. roll, no further record found.
     Large, Erastus D., private, Jan. 1, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company, July 10, 1865.
     Linthecome, Lawkin private, Oct. 19, 1861, 3 years; promoted to principal musician Mar. 12, 1862.
     Lesnet, Lafayette, private, Oct. 28, 1861, 3 years; discharged Oct. 17, 1862, at Boliver, Tenn., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Lyman, Nathan private, Nov. 11, 1861, 3 years; killed Sept. 24, 1862, in railroad accident near Jackson, Miss.
     Miller, John, private, Oct. 24, 1864, 1 year; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Mapes, James F., private, Jan. 16, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company, July 10, 1865.
     Mitchell, Andrew, private, Feb. 8, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company, July 10, 1865.
     Mitchell, Aaron, private, Oct. 16, 1861, 3 years; died Apr. 16, 1862, at Savannah, Tenn.
     Myers, George W., private, Oct. 27, 1861, 3 years; appointed sergeant, July 1, 1861; reduced to ranks Mar. 9, 1864; mus. out with company, July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Mann, Abraham, private, Oct. 11, 1861, 3 years; discharged Oct. 27, 1862, at Cincinnati, O., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Miller, Fenelson G., private, Oct. 12, 1861, 3 years; discharged June 27, 1862, at Columbus, O., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Moore, John, private, Oct. 12, 1861, 3 years; discharged June 27, 1862, at Columbus, O., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Merris, James M., private, Oct. 17, 1861, 3 years; also borne as James M. Morris; discharged Sept. 27, 1862, at Columbus, O., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Moses, Charles W. private, Oct. 21, 1861, 3 years; detached as hospital steward 42d United States colored infantry, June 29, 1864; mus. out Oct. 31, 1864, at Chattanooga, Tenn., on expiration of term of service.
     Ottinger, Jacob G. private, Oct. 14, 1861, 3 years; mus. out with company, July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Onweller, James, private, Nov. 10, 1861, 3 years; discharged June 24, 1862, at Columbus, O., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Parker, George, private, Dec. 5, 1863, 3 years; transferred to veteran reserve corps, July 1, 1864.
     Prentice, Jacob, private, Sept. 1, 1862, 3 years; mus. out May 29, 1865, at Washington, D. C., by order of war department.

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     Preston, George W., private, Feb. 6, 1864, 3 years; died Mar. 23, 1864, in Washington general hospital at Memphis, Tenn.
     Preston, William, private, Oct. 11, 1861, 3 years; died on or about Mar. 16, 1862, at Cincinnati, O.
     Plossman, Frederick, private, Oct. 5, 1861, 3 years; discharged Oct. 17, 1862, at Bolivar, Tenn., on surgeonís certificate of disability.
     Parsons, William H., private, Oct. 7, 1861, 3 years; discharged at Napoleon, O., by civil authority.
     Primmer, Simon, private, Oct. 8, 1861, 3 years; discharged Oct. 13, 1862, at Cincinnati, O., by order of war department.
     Percy, Perrin S., private, Oct. 8, 1861, 3 years; mus. out Oct. 28, 1864, at Chattanooga. Tenn., on expiration of term of service
     Peters, David W., private, Sept. 3, 1862, 3 years; discharged Sept. 16, 1863, at Keokuk, Ia., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Retig, George, private, Oct. 7, 1861, 3 years; mus. out with company, July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Roddy, John, private, Oct. 12, 1861, 3 years; mus. out Oct. 28, 1864, at Chattanooga, on expiration of term of service.
     Roddy, William, private, Oct. 12, 1861, 3 years; mus. out with company, July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Roddy, Daniel, private, Sept. 3, 1862, 3 years; mus. out May 29, 1865, at Washington, D. C.
     Reed, George, private, Oct. 5, 1861, 3 years; wounded May 16, 1863, in battle of Champion Hills, Miss;  mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Reed, John, private, Nov. 2, 1863, 3 years; mus. out with company, July 10, 1865.
Reed, Jesse, private, Oct. 12, 1861, 3 years; died Mar. 12, 1864, at Vicksburg, (?) Miss.
     Robinson, Lorenzo, private, Oct. 12, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Robinson, Benjamin F., private, Oct. 5, 1861, 5 years; discharged Dec. 12, 1862, at Columbus, O., on surgeonís certificate of disability.
     Rhodes, Jacob, private, Feb. 22, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Rose, Daniel, private, Dec. 13, 1861, 3 years; mus. out May 29, 1869, at Washington, D. C., by order of war department; veteran.
     Richmond, Thomas, private, Oct. 27, 1861, 3 years; discharged Mar. 22, 1863, at Lake Providence, La., on surgeonís certificate of disability.
     Rhiad, John, private, Oct. 22, 1861, 3 years; died Apr. 22, 1862, at Cincinnati, O.
     Simmons, Frederick, private, Feb. 7, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.

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     Simmons, Thomas, private, Oct. 15, 1861, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Spurgeon, Lemuel, private, Oct. 11, 1861, 3 years; died Dec. 9, 1863, at Vicksburg, Tenn.
     Spurgeon, Jeremiah, private, Oct. 12, 1861, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Sworden, Harvey, private, Jan. 16, 1864, 3 years; died Sept. 7, 1864, at 17 the Army Corps Hospital, Marietta, Ga.
     Stout, George H., private, Dec. 8, 1863, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Spade, William H., private, Oct. 12, 1861, 3 years; died Mar. 27, 1862, at Napoleon, O.
     Snyder, George, private, Jan. 15, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Snyder, Noah, private, Jan. 15, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Snyder, John, private, Oct. 8, 1861, 3 years; veteran.
     Sweet, Charles R., private, Jan. 15, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Stickler, Peter, private, Oct. 5, 1861, 3 years; discharged July 18, 1862, at Columbus, O., on surgeonís certificate of disability.
     Siford, Frederick, private, Oct. 7, 1861, 3 years; died May 27, 1863, near Vicksburg, Miss, of wounds received May 22, in action near Vicksburg, Miss.
     Taylor, James, private, Nov. 9, 1863, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Trouby, Samuel, private, Oct. 16, 1861, 3 years.
     Vonness, William G., private, Oct. 12, 1861, 3 years; discharged Aug. 25, 1862, at Bolivar, Tenn.
     Van Hyning, Julius, private, Nov. 13, 1861, 3 years; discharged July 18, 1862, at Columbus, O., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Willard, Samuel D., private, Sept. 9, 1863, 3 years; discharged July 18, 1865, at Finley Hospital, Washington, D. C.
     Willard, Elias, private, Oct. 12, 1861, 3 years; wounded May 16, 1863, in battle of Champion Hills, Miss; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     White, John M., private, Oct. 12, 1861, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Withrow, John, private, Oct. 5, 1861, 3 years; trans. to 103d company, 2d battalion V. R. C., Nov. 22, 1863.
     Whilton, Orrin S., private, Oct. 28, 1861, 3 years; also borne as Orrin S. Whitten; discharged July 1, 1862, at Columbus, O., on surgeonís certificate of disability.

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     Company D, 68th Regiment -

     Arthur C. Crockett, captain, Nov. 2, 1861, 3 years; appointed Nov. 21, 1861; promoted to major Feb. 26, 1864.
     William F. Williams, captain, Oct. 12, 1861, 3 years; promoted from first-lieut. company A May 19, 1864; mus. out with company July 10, 1861.
     Leverete G. Crandall, first lieut., Nov. 2, 1861, 3 years; appointed Nov. 21, 1861; appointed regimental quartermaster Oct. 26, 1862.
     Levi Coffman, first lieut., Oct. 19, 1861, 3 years; appointed second lieut. Nov. 21, 1861; promoted to first lieut. Nov. 21, 1862; transferred to company B Mar. 3, 1863.
     William Gilson, first lieut, Oct. 18, 1861, 3 years; appointed corporal Dec. 1, 1861; sergeant, Dec. 1, 1861; first sergeant, Dec. 16, 1863; wounded Aug. 31, 1864; promoted to first lieut. Jan. 11, 1865; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Elias Rottinger, second lieut., Oct. 11, 1861, 3 years; appointed sergeant from private Dec. 1, 1861; first sergeant May 1, 1862; promoted to second lieut. Apr. 1, 1864; to captain company E Nov. 26, 1864.
     Michael Neff, first sergeant, Oct. 12, 1861, 3 years; appointed from private Dec. 1, 1861; discharged Aug. 27, 1862, at Columbus O., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Angelo Emery, first sergeant, Oct. 21, 1861, 3 years; appointed corporal Dec. 1, 1861; sergeant Dec. 16, 1863; first sergeant Jan. 27, 1865; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Rezen H. Moore, sergeant, Oct. 11, 1861, 3 years; appointed from private Dec. 1, 1861; mus. out Oct. 28, 1864, at Chattanooga, Tenn., on expiration of term of service.
     Wesley Pontius, sergeant, Oct. 12, 1861, 3 years; appointed sergeant from private Dec. 1, 1861; mus. out July 15, 1865, at Washington, D. C., by order of war department.
     Henry De Long, sergeant, Oct. 28, 1861, 3 years; appointed corporal Dec. 1, 1861; sergeant Oct. 12, 1864; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Levi Hoy, sergeant, Oct. 18, 1861, 3 years; appointed corporal Dec. 1, 1861; sergeant Oct. 12, 1864; mus out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Benjamin Parker, sergeant, Oct. 15, 1861, 3 years; appointed from private Dec. 1, 1861; discharged by civil authority.
     Jerry Hollinshead, sergeant, Nov. 6, 1861; 3 years; mus. as private; appointed sergeant; wounded May 16, 1863, in battle of Champion Hills, Miss.; mus. out Dec. 15, 1864, near Savannah, Ga., on expiration of term of service.
     John W. Kelly, corporal, Oct. 21, 1861, 3 years; appointed corporal, Dec. 1, 1861; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     John Getz, corporal, Dec. 7, 1861, 3 years; appointed corporal, July 1, 1864; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.

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     Frank W. Smith, corporal, Nov. 11, 1861, 3 years; appointed corporal Dec. 1, 1861; mus. out Dec. 19, 1864, near Savannah, Ga., on expiration of term of service. 
     William Booher, corporal, Oct. 21, 1861, 3 years; appointed corporal July 1, 1864; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Stephen Shartzer, corporal, Dec. 13, 1861, 3 years; appointed corporal July 1, 1864; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Eugene M. Rugg, corporal, Aug. 26, 1861, 3 years; appointed corporal July 1, 1864; mus. out May 29, 1865, at Washington, D. C, by order of war department.
     Samuel McConn, corporal, Nov. 11, 1861, 3 years; appointed corporal Dec. 1, 1861; died May 5, 1862, in general hospital at Keokuk, Ia.
     Thomas Gilson, corporal, Oct. 25, 1861, 3 years; appointed corporal Dec. 1, 1861; discharged Apr. 15, 1862, at Columbus, O., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Charles Morey, corporal, Oct. 24, 1861, 3 years; appointed corporal Dec. 1, 1861; died Aug. 23, 1863, in McPherson Hospital, Vicksburg, Miss, of wounds received May 22, 1863, in action near Vicksburg, Miss.
     Andrews, John, private, Oct. 14, 1861, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Altman, George, private, Oct. 26, 1861, 3 years; absent, sick since May 30, 1865, at Washington, D. C.; mus. out July 28, 1865, at Cleveland, O., by order of war department; veteran.
     Altman, Andrew, private, Oct. 26, 1861, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Adams, Samuel L., private, Oct. 27, 1861, 3 years; transferred to non-commissioned staff; no further record found.
     Adams, Noah T., private, Mar. 18, 1863, 3 years; prom. to first-lieut. 135th U. S. Colored lnf., Mar. 27, 1865.
     Bloomfield, John, private, Nov. 4, 1861, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10; veteran.
     Beamen, Samuel, private, Mar. 2, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Bunting, Levi, private, Jan. 15, 1864, 3 years; trans. from company K June 29, 1864; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Bonghna, Hacob, private, Feb. 29, 1864, 3 years; wounded Aug. 17, 1864, in action near Atlanta, Ga.; disch. June 21, 1865, at General Hospital, Cleveland, O.
     Bowman, Frederick, private, Oct. 24, 1861, 3 years; trans. from company A; mus. out Oct. 28, 1864, at Chattanooga, Tenn., on expiration of term of service.
     Booher, George W., private, Oct. 21, 1861, 3 years; died Apr. 1, 1862, in hospital at Cairo, Ill.

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     Berry, Henry, private, Nov. 5, 1861, 3 years; died Apr. 1, 1862, at Covington, Ky.
     Brown, William H., private, Nov. 27, 1861, 3 years; disch. Dec. 13, 1862, on surgeonís certificate of disability.
     Babcock, James H., private, Dec. 12, 1861, 3 years; disch. Mar. 31, 1862, at Crumpís Landing, Tenn., on surgeonís certificate of inability.
     Bowker, Harman, private, Oct. 18, 1861, 3 years; trans. to 126th company, ind. battalion Vet. Reserve Corps Jan. 25, 1864.
     Burgess, Owen, private, Oct. 19, 1861, 3 years; mus. out Oct. 28, 1864, at Chattanooga, Tenn., on expiration of time of service.
     Crossman, Hiram, private, Oct. 18, 1861, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Crockett, John, private, Oct. 26, 1861, 3 years; wounded May 25, 1863, in action near Vicksburg, Miss.; mus. out with company, July 10, 1865.
     Crockett, Jonathan, private, Oct. 27, 1861, 3 years; disch. Oct. 23, 1862, at Bolivar, Tenn., on surgeonís certificate of inability.
     Crockett, Eber, private. Oct. 26, 1861, 3 years; died Sept. 22, 1862, at Bolivar, Tenn.
     Churchill, James M., private, Jan. 15, 1861, 3 years; trans. from company K, June 29, 1864; trans. to company K 6th V. R. C. Dec. 22, 1864; mus. out July 26, 1865, at Cincinnati, O., by order war department.
     Dewell, Clark W., private, Feb. 23, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Dobbs, Judson, private, Jan. 18, 1864, 3 years; trans. from company K June 29; mus. out June 19, 1865, at Columbus, O., by order of the war department.
     Durbin, William, private, Oct. 15, 1861, 3 years; mus. out Oct. 28, 1864, at Chattanooga, on expiration of term of service.
     Evans, Amos E., private, Feb. 23, 1864, 3 years; mus. out May 29, 1865, at Columbus, O., by order of war department.
     Emery, Nathaniel, private, Oct. 27, 1861, 3 years; died June 28, 1863, at Millikenís Bend, La.
     Eastman, G. C., private, Nov. 15, 1861, 3 years; discharged Apr. 9, 1862, on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Edwards, Swuire C., private, Oct. 23, 1861, 3 years; disch. Nov. 24, 1862, at La Grange, Tenn., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Ellis, William F., private, Oct. 20, 1861, 3 years; wounded May 25, 1863, in action near Vicksburg, Miss; mus. out Dec. 19, near Savannah, Ga., on expiration of term of service.
     Freeman, Albert, private, Nov. 11, 1861, 3 years; disch. July 8, 1862, at Columbus, O.; re-enlisted Dec. 1, 1863; wounded August 31, 1864, in battle of Jonesboro, Ga.; trans. to company H, 6 Vet. Reserve Corps, Mar. 3, 1865; mus. out July 23, 1865, at Johnsonís Island, O., by order war department.

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     Fisher, Jacob, private, Mar. 23, 1864, 3 years; mustered out with company July 10, 1865.
     Francis, William H. H., private, Feb. 29, 1864, 3 years; disch. May 2, 1865, at Columbus, O., for wounds received July 22, 1864, in battle of Atlanta, Ga.
     Frederick, John L., private, Oct. 23, 1861, 3 years; veteran.
     Finigan, John, private, Oct. 26, 1861, 3 years; disch. Jan. 1, 1862, at Camp Latty, O.
     Getz, Michael, private, Dec. 8, 1861, 3 years; wounded May 23, 1863, in action near Vicksburg, Miss; mustered out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Gillette, Theodore, private, Feb. 27, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Gilson, David, private, Oct. 24, 1861, 3 years; disch. June 18, 1862, at Columbus, O., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Goaky, Joseph, private, Nov. 7, 1861, 3 years; discharged July 14, 1862, on surgeonís certificate of disability.
     Goon, Moses, private, Oct. 11, 1861, 3 years; mus. out Oct. 28, 1864, at Chattanooga, Tenn., on expiration of term of service.
     Hill, David, private, Oct. 23, 1861, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Haynes, William I., private, Dec. 5, 1863, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Hoffman, Sebastian W., private, Mar. 25, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with, company July 10, 1865.
     Hughes, Evan M., private, Jan. 5, 1864, 3 years; trans. from company K June 29, 1864, while absent; died Apr. 23, 1864.
     Hudson, Horace, private, Oct. 4, 1861, 3 years; disch. Dec. 21, 1862, at La Grange, Tenn., on surgeonís certificate of disability.
     Hopkins, Phineas, private, Nov. 1, 1861, 3 years; discharged 1861, on surgeonís certificate of disability.
     Hamm, James, private, Oct. 12, 1861, 3 years; on muster roll, no further record found.
     Haines, Orelious, private, Oct. 13, 1861, 3 years; wounded May 16, 1863, in battle of Champion Hills, Miss.; mus. out to date Oct. 13, 1864, at Columbus, O., on expiration of term of service.
     Harman, Jacob, private, Oct. I4, 1861, 3 years; died Apr. 1, 1862, at Covington, Ky.
     Harman, John, private, Dec. 13, 1861, 3 years; mus. out Dec. 19, 1864, near Savanah, Ga., on expiration of term of service.
     Hartman, Joseph, private, Oct. 18. 1861, 3 years; detached in 8th Ohio Battery June 1, 1862; mustered out Dec. 6, 1864, at Columbus, on expiration, of term of service.

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     Hoy, Daniel, private, Oct. 21, 1861, 3 years; disch. August 26, 1863, at Columbus, O., on surgeonís certificate of disability.
     High, Johnson N., private, Dec. 13, 1861, 3 years; discharged July 11, 1862, at Columbus, O., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Johnson, Joseph D., private, Oct. 12, 1861, 3 years; mus. out Oct. 28, 1864, at Chattanooga, Tenn., on expiration of term of service.
     Jones, William, private, Nov. 1, 1861, 3 years; discharged, 1861, on surgeonís certificate of disability.
     Kelley, James, private, Dec. 13, 1861, 3 years; disch. May 18, 1865, at Cleveland, O., from wounds received July 22, 1864, in battle at Atlanta, Ga.; veteran.
     Knapp, James H., private, Oct. 22, 1861, 3 years; trans. from company A ____; died Nov. 13, 1863, at Vicksburg, Miss.
     Keek, George, private, Feb. 29, 1864, 3 years; trans. to Vet. Reserve Corps Jan. 10, 1865; mus. out July 20, 1865, at Indianapolis, Ind., by order war department.
     Kneule, William, private, Oct. 15, 1861, 3 years; transferred from company F ____; disch.  Nov. 24, 1862, at La Grange, Tenn.,  on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Lamphire, Austin, private, Nov. 25, 1861, 3 years; disch. May 9, 1862, at Shiloh, Tenn., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Love, Reuben, private, Mar. 3, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Losh, Daniel, private, Feb. 25, 1864, 3 years; died July 9, 1864, at Rome, Ga.
     Long, William J., private, Nov. 16, 1861, 3 years; discharged May 9, 1862, at Shiloh, Tenn., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Morey, Albert, private, Mar. 29, 1864, 3 years; died Oct. 6, 1864, at Atlanta, Ga.
     Morey, Justus, private, Oct. 13, 1861, 3 years; mustered out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Meech, Welcome, private, Oct. 20, 1861, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10,1865; veteran.
     Marris, David, private, Dec. 1, 1863, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Marris, James, private, Feb. 25, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Maul, John, private, Oct. 23, 1861, 3 years; disch. ____, 1861, by civil authority.
     Maul, John, private, Sept. 29, 1862, 3 years; died Feb. 5, 1864, at Clinton, Miss., of wounds received in action same day.
     Mayman, Robert, private, Oct. 24, 1861, 3 years; died Dec. 10, 1864, in rebel prison at Andersonville, Ga.; veteran.

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     Miller, Warren, private, Oct. 12, 1861, 3 years; mus. out Dec. 19, 1864, near Savannah, Ga., on expiration of term of service.
     Miller, Eli, private, Oct. 14, 1861, 3 years; died Apr. 8, 1862, at Crumpís Landing, Tenn.
     Myers, Lorenzo, private, Oct. 23, 1861, 3 years; discharged civil authority.
     Ozier, Cyrus M., private, Feb. 17, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company, July 10, 1865.
     Osgood, Marquis, private, Feb. 29, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company, July 10, 1865.
     Overlightner, Jacob, private, Dec. 1, 1863, 3 years; died May 22, 1864 at Vicksburgh, Miss.
     Overmire, Hiram, private, Oct. 16, 1861, 3 years; mus. out Oct. 28, 1864, at Chattanooga, Tenn., on expiration of term of service.
     Ottman, George, private, Dec. 15, 1863, 3 years; mus. out July 28, 1865, at Camp Cleveland, O., by order of war department.
     Pontius, David, private, Oct. 29, 1861, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Palmer, William F., private, Dec. 2, 1861, 3 years; discharged Apr. 11, 1862 at Crumpís Landing, Tenn., on surgeonís certificate of disability.
     Palmer, William F., private, Oct. 2, 1863, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Palmer, Rundle, private, Dec. 9, 1863, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Primmer, Lewis A., private, Feb. 8, 1864, 3 years; wounded Aug. 26, 1864, near Atlanta, Ga; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Parsons, Thomas, private, Feb. 17, 1864, 3 years; mus. out July 27, 1865, at Newark, N. J., by order of war department.
     Parsons, William H., private, Feb. 17, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1864.
    
Patrick, Martin, private, Feb. 18, 1864, 3 years; died June 30, 1864, at Chattanooga, Tenn.
     Pearse, Joseph, private, Oct. 24, 1861, 3 years; died May 12, 1863, at Grand Gulf, Miss.
     Price, Allen, private, Mar. 29, 1864, 3 years; died May 17, 1864, at Pulaski, Tenn., of accidental injury received on railroad.
     Packard, James, private, Nov. 1, 1861, 3 years; died Nov. 6, 1862, at Bolivar, Tenn.
     Reed, Aaron, private, Dec. 31, 1861, 3 years; died Mar. 4, 1862, at Camp Chase, O.
     Reid, James, private, Dec. 22, 1863, 3 years; discharged June 7, 1864, to accept promotion in 4th United States Heavy Artillery.

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     Reeves, John H., private, Feb. 29, 1864, 3 years; died Nov. 9, 1864, at Chattanooga, Tenn.
     Rogers, James P., private, Nov. 30, 1861, 3 years; mus. out with company, July 10, 1866; veteran.
     Reneule, William, private, Oct. 26, 1861, 3 years; on mus. roll, no further record found.
     Toberson, Chester, private, Oct. 19, 1861, 3 years; discharged ____, 1862, on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Rehl, John, private, Oct. 25, 1861, three years.
     Stephens, Harman, private, Oct. 21, 1861, 3 years; mus. out Oct. 28, 1864, at Chattanooga, Tenn., on expiration of term of service.
     Sunnyfrank, George, private, Feb. 8, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Snide, Peter, private, Mar. 22, 1864, 3 years; mus. out June 30, 1865 at Washington, D. C., by order of war department.
     Smith, George, private, Mar. 6, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Slee, John, private, Dec, 13, 1861, 3 years; discharged Nov. 10, 1862, at La Grange, Tenn., on surgeonís certificate of disability.
     Saul, William, private, Feb. 29, 1864, 3 years; mus. out June at Camp Chase, O., by order of war department.
     Stockman, Frederick, private, Nov. 3, 1861, 3 years; discharged Nov. 12, 1862, at Cincinnati, O., on surgeonís certificate of disability.
     Spangler, Joseph, private, Oct. 15, 1861, 3 years; discharged Dec. 1, 1861, at Napoleon, O., by civil authority.
     Spangler, Frederick, private, Dec. 14, 1861, 3 years; discharged June 18, 1862, at Louisville, Ky., on surgeonís certificate of disability.
     Stickley, Jacob, private, Oct. 14, 1861, 3 years; wounded May 22, 1863, in action near Vicksburg, Miss.; mustered out Oct. 28, 1864, at Chattanooga, Tenn., on expiration of term of service.
     Snow, John, private, Oct. 16, 1861, 3 years; discharged civil authority.
     Slack, Wilbur G., private, Oct. 14, 1861, 3 years; wounded May 16, 1863, in the battle of Champion Hills, Miss; discharged May 21, 1864, at Jefferson Barracks, St. Louis, Mo., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Seeling, Henry, private Nov. 22,1861, 3 years; mus. out Dec 19,1864, near Savannah, Ga., on expiration of term of service.
     Tharp, Harrison, private, Feb. 8, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with companyJuly 10, 1865.
     Van Pelt, George, W., private, Nov. 7, 1861, 3 years; mus. out Dec. 19, 1864, near Savannah, Ga., on expiration of term of service.
     Wells, Robert, private, Nov. 10, 1861, 3 years; mus. out Dec. 19, 1862 at St. Louis, Mo., on surgeon's certificate of disability.

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     Wells, Joseph A., private, Dec. 13, 1861, 3 years; see Company B, 38th O. V. I.
     Wolf, John G. private, Nov. 3, 1861, 3 years; discharged Dec. 31, 1861, on surgeon's certificate of disability.

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     Nelson A. Skeele, captain, Oct. 11, 1861, 3 years; appt. Dec. 1, 1861; killed July 22, 1864, in battle of Atlanta, Ga.
     Elias R. Ottinger, captain, Oct. 11, 1861, 3 years; prom. from 2d lieut., company D., Nov. 26, 1864; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Thomas T. Lamberg, 1st lieut., Oct. 14, 1861, 3 years; appt. Dec. 1, 1861; detached at brigade headquarters, June 27, 1865; mus. out with company, July 10, 1865.
     Jacob Bartlett, 2d lieut., Oct. 14, 1861, 3 years; appt. Dec. 1, 1861; resigned Feb. 14, 1863.
     Henderson J. Hunter, 2d lieut., Nov. 9, 1861, 3 years; prom. from sergít, company K., Apr. 14, 1863; trans. to company I.
     William Harrison Highshew, 1st sergít, Nov. 18, 1861, 3 years; mus. as private; appt. 1st sergeant; wounded May 16, 1863, in battle of Champion Hills, Miss; prom. to 1st lieut. Nov. 26, 1864, but not mus; mus. out Dec. 19, 1864, near Savannah, Ga, on expiration of term of service.
     Mortimer Belding, 1st sergít, Oct. 24, 1861, 3 years; appt. sergít Oct. 24, 1861; 1st serg't, Dec. 20, 1864; prom. to 1st lieut., company G., Jan. 11, 1865; veteran.
     Enos M. Shaw, 1st sergít, Oct. 22, 1861, 3 years; mus. as private; appt. sergít; wounded May 16, 1863, in battle of Champion Hills, Miss.; appt. to 1st serg't, Jan. 27, 1865; mus. out with company, July 10, 1865.
     William A. Ling, sergít, Oct. 15, 1861, 3 years; mus. as private; appt. sergít, ___; mus. out with company, July 10, 1865, veteran.
     Charles W. Cornell, sergít, Oct. 21, 1861, 3 years; appt. corporal; serg't Oct. 1, 1864; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Miles W. Higgley, sergít, Dec. 5, 1861, 3 years; appt. corporal; wounded May, 16, 1863 in battle of Champion Hills, Miss; appt. sergít Jan. 27, 1865; mus. out with company, July 10, 1865; veteran.
     John B. Stites, sergít Oct. 28, 1861, 3 years; appt. corporal, Jan. 27, 1865; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Edward Williams, serg't Nov. 18, 1861, 3 years; appt. from private Dec. 15, 1861; died Mar. 23, 1862, at Savannah, Tenn.
     Daniel Jones, corp, Nov. 14, 1861, 3 years; appt. corp.__, ____; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Martin D. Palmer, corp, Oct. 24, 1861, 3 years; appt. corp. Dec. 16, 1864; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Samuel Kelley, corp., Nov. 4, 1861, 3 years; mus. in as Samuel Kelly; appt. corp. Jan. 27, 1865; mus.  Out with corp. July 10, 1865; veteran.

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     Andrew J. Wheeler, corp., Oct. 14, 1861, 3 years; appt. corp. Jan. 27, 1865; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Francis M. Barnes, corp. Oct. 1861, 3 years; appt. corp. __, ____; wounded May 16, 1863; battle of Champion Hills, Miss.; mus. out Oct. 28, 1864, at Chattanooga, on expiration of term of service.
     Sanford, Reese, corp., Oct. 21, 1861, 3 years; appt. corp. __, ____ mus. out Oct. 28, 1864, at Chattanooga, Tenn., at expiration of term of service.
     Andrew, Daniel, private, Oct. 15, 1861, 3 years; died Mar. 22, 1863, at Savannah, Tenn.
     Austin, James C., private, Oct. 29, 1861, 3 years; disch. Nov. 1, 1862, at Detroit barracks, Michigan, on surgeonís certificate of disability.
     Barber, Oscar H., private, Oct. 14, 1861, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Barber, Osmer, private, Dec. 5, 1861, 3 years; died Mar. 25, 1862, in hospital at Savannah, Tenn.
     Biery, Samuel, private, Oct. 14, 1861, 3 years; died Sept. 3, 1862, in hospital at Bolivar, Tenn.
     Bayes, Thomas M., private, Oct. 19, 1861, 3 years; disch. Oct. 30, 1862, at St. Louis, Mo., by order of war department.
     Burville, Judson, private, Oct. 18, 1861, 3 years; mus. out as Judson Burwell, Oct. 28, 1864, at Chattanooga, Tenn., on expiration of term of service.
     Burke, John, private, Nov. 2, 1861, 3 years; disch. July 18, 1862, at Columbus, O., on surgeonís certificate of disability.
     Brink, Watson W., private, Nov. 6, 1861, 3 years; died Sept. 6, 1862 in hospital at Bolivar, Tenn.
     Baty, William C., private, Nov. 31, 1861, 3 years; on muster in roll; never reported for duty.
     Call, Thomas J., private, Oct. 28, 1861, 3 years; mus. in as Thomas I. Cole; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Connelly, Elisha C., private, Nov. 30, 1861, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Connelly, Andrew H., private, Nov. 30, 1861, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Connelly, John D., private, Dec. 25, 1863, 3 years; disch. May 18th, at Washington, D. C., on surgeonís certificate of disability.
     Clark, William B., private, Oct. 7, 1863, 3 years; trans. to company C, 22d Veteran Reserve Corps, Aug. 10, 1864; mus. out July 17, 1865, at Camp Cleveland, O.
     Cix, Straus, private, Oct. 15, 1861, 3 years; died June 4, 1864, in hospital at Vicksburg, Miss.
     Creglow, Noah, private, Oct. 24,1861, 3 years; died Mar. 20, 1862, at Crumpís Landing, Tenn.

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     Cottman, Oscar, private, Nov. 8, 1861, 3 years; disch. Feb. 1864, to enlist in Battery 8th 1st Mich. L. Artillery.
     Culbertson, Ithamer, private, Dec. 5, 1861, 3 years; prom. to principal musician Apr. 12, 1862.
     Dickson, Charles, private, Oct. 14, 1861, 3 years; disch. Nov. 25, 1862, at St. Louis, Mo., on surgeon's certificate of disability
     Duke, Thomas, private, Nov, 7, 1861, 3 years.
     Duck, Than, private, Nov. 20, 1861, 3 years.
     Elsvort, Silvester, private, Oct. 23, 1861, 3 years; on muster-in roll, never reported for duty.
     Emick, James P., private, Oct. 21, 1861, 3 years; disch. Apr. 21, 1862, at St. Louis, Mo., on surgeonís certificate of disability.
     Ford, Henry H., private, Feb. 8, 1865, 1 year; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Fowler, John, private, Oct. 16, 1861, 3 years; disch. Dec. 15, 1862, at St. Louis, Mo., on surgeonís certificate of disability.
     Fowler, Benjamin, private, Oct. 18, 1861, 3 years; disch. Jan. 3, 1863, at Columbus, O., on surgeonís certificate of disability.
     Foster, Thomas B., private, Oct. 21, 1861, 3 years; mus. out Oct. 28, 1864, at Chattanooga, Tenn., on expiration of term of service.
     Fowty, Stephen, private, Oct. 28, 1861, 3 years; trans. to 141st company, 2d bat. vet. reserve corps July 25, 1863.
     Graets, Francis G., private, Oct. 16, 1863, 3 years; mus. out Oct. 28, 1864, at Chattanooga, Tenn., on expiration of service.
     Gilbreth, James, private, Nov. 31, 1861, 3 years; disch. Mar.6, 1863, at Memphis, Tenn., on surgeonís certificate of disability.
     Gayler, James, private, Nov. 2, 1861, 3 years; on muster in roll; never reported for duty.
     Hall, Lewis, private, Feb. 8, 1865, 1 year; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Hayward, Ralph D., private, Dec. 11, 1863, 3 years; trans. to vet. reserve corps Jan. 10, 1865; mus. out July 20, 1865, at Indianapolis, Ind., by order of  war department.
     Haverfield, James, private, Dec. 10, 1863, 3 years; killed July 22, 1864 in battle of Atlanta, Ga.; veteran.
     Hart, Julius C., private, Oct. 14, 1861, 3 years; disch. Apr. 22, 1862, at Crump's Landing, Tenn.,-on surgeonís certificate of disability.
     Higler, Austin, private, Oct. 14, 1861, 3 years; died July 25, 1864, in 3d div. hospital, 17th army corps near Atlanta, Ga.
     Higley, Sheldon, private, Aug. 28, 1862, 3 years; disch. Sept. 20, 1863, at Vicksburg, Miss., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Higby, William, private, Oct. 15, 1861, 3 years; died Apr. 5, 1863, at Memphis, Tenn.

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     Higby, Elisha, private, Oct. 15, 1861, 3 years; died Mar. 2, 1862, at St. Louis, Mo.
     Hutchins, Meredy, private, Oct. 18, 1861, 3 years; died Apr. 14, 1862, at Savannah, Tenn.
     Hoffmire, John, private, Oct. 21, 1861, 3 years; disch. July 25, 1862, on surgeonís certificate of disability.
     Hale, Smith, private, Nov. 6, 1861, 3 years; died Oct. 8, 1862, at Bolivar, Tenn.
     Hone, Daniel H., private, Nov. 20, 1861, 3 years; disch. __, ____, on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Kelley, John, private, Dec. 8, 1863, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Lingle, Elmore Y., private, Feb. 7, 1865, 1 year; mus. out with company  July 10, 1865.
     Lingle, Oscar B., private, Oct. 15, 1861, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Lyons, Elias, private, Oct. 17, 1861, 3 years; disch. July 31, 1862, at Camp Chase, Columbus, O., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Lyons, Sylvester, private, Nov. 2, 1861, 3 years; died Oct. 15, 1862, in hospital at Jackson, Tenn.
     Loozer, John I., private, Oct. 18, 1861, 3 years; died June 17, 1862, at Wauseon, O.
     Longer, George, private, Nov. 23, 1861, 3 years.
     Larimer, Linos L., private, Oct. 21, 1861, 3 years; mus. in as Linos Larmar; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Matteson, George F., private, Dec. 8, 1863, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Markly, George H., private, Dec. 17, 1863, 3 years; died May 19, 1865, at Findley Hospital, Washington, D. C.
     Moyer, Daniel, private, Oct. 24, 1861, 3 years; died May 20, 1862, in hospital at Pittsburg Landing, Tenn.
     Mily, Benjamin, private, Dec. 5, 1861, 3 years; disch. May 3, 1862, at St. Louis, Mo., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Mikesell, John B., private, Dec. 5, 1861, 3 years; died Mar. 11, 1862, at Fort Donelson, Tenn.
     Osborn, George, private, Dec. 5, 1861, 3 years; disch. Apr. 21, 1862, at St. Louis, Mo., on surgeonís certificate of disability.
     Oldfield, Gilbert, private, Dec. 5, 1861, 3 years; disch. Oct. 17, 1862, at Bolivar, Tenn., on surgeonís certificate of disability.
     Pennel, John, private, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Purdy, Alfred, private, Feb. 4, 1862, 3 years; mus. out Feb. 3, 1865, at
Beaufort, S. C., on expiration of term of service.

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     Purdy, John, private, Feb. 4, 1862, 3 years; mus. out Feb. 3, 1865 at Beaufort, S. C., on expiration of term of service.
     Pomeroy, Timothy, private, Oct. 21, 1861, 3 years; disch. Aug. 14, 1863, at St. Louis, Mo., for wounds received May 16, 1863, in battle of Champion Hills, Miss.
     Richards, Wilson S., private, Nov. 8, 1861, 3 years; mus. in as Richard Wilson, mus out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Richards, Israel, private, Oct. 28, 1861, 3 years; died Mar. 14, 1862, at Cairo, Ill.
     Richards, Curtiss, private, Feb. 2 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Reese, Charles M., private, Oct. 20, 1863, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Radcliff, Thomas, private, Jan. 14, 1862, 3 years; disch. Feb. 10, 1865, at Columbus, O., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Roasner, Daniel, private, Oct. 14, 1861, 3 years; mus. out Dec. 19, 1864, near Savannah, Ga., on expiration of term of service.
     Rogers, George W., private, Oct. 14, 1861, 3 years; died Mar. 15, 1862, at Mound City, Ill.
     Reeder, David, private, Nov. 18, 1861, 3 years; died Apr. 25, 1862, at Keokuk, Ia.
     Somer, Edward, private, Oct. 18, 1861, 3 years; mus. out Oct. 28, 1864, at Chattanooga, Tenn., on expiration of term of service.
     Somers, Martin, private, May 4, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Sweeney, Elijah, private, Oct. 14, 1861, 3 years;  mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Shellenberger, Daniel, private, Jan. 1, 1862, 3 years; mus. out Jan. 10, 1865, by order of war department.
     Shellenberger, Nicholas, private, Dec. 5, 1861, 3 yeas; disch. July 24, 1862, at Columbus, O., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Shank, Henry H., private, Oct. 14, 1861, 3 years; disch. Jan. 29, 1863, at Memphis, Tenn., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Silsbee, Morris, private, Oct. 28, 1861, 3 years; died Apr. 25, 1862, at Keokuk, Ia.
     Stites, Alonzo, private, Oct. 28, 1861, 3 years; died May 28, 1862, at Camp Dennison, O.
     Swartz, David, private, Nov. 2, 1861, 3 years; died Sept. 18, 1862, at Bolivar, Tenn.
     Stewart, James C., private, Nov. 6, 1861, 3 years; disch. Apr. 21, 1862, at St. Louis, Mo., on surgeon's certificate of disability.

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     Sloan, Wilson, private, Nov. 30, 1861, 3 years.
     Stilwell, Oliver, private, Oct. 30, 1861, 3 years.
     Spencer, Daniel C., private, Dec. 4, 1861, 3 years; disch. Feb. 14, 1863, at Colubus, O., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Spencer, Allen H., private, Oct. 4, 1861, 3 years; disch. June 24, 1862, at Columbus, O., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Sisco, John, private, Dec. 5, 1861, 3 years; disch. July, 1862, at Columbus, O., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Strictcraub, Christ, private, Nov. 1, 1861, 3 years; on muster in roll, never reported for duty.
     Terpening, William H., private, Oct. 7, 1863, 3 years; mus. out of company, July 10, 1863.
     Taylor, Hiram, private, Nov. 23, 1861, 3 years; disch. Apr. 11, 1862, at Crump's Landing, Tenn., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Taylor, Edward, private, Nov. 15, 1861, 3 years.
     Woodworth, James O., private, Jan. 14, 1864, 3 years; killed July 22, 1864, in battle of Atlanta, Ga.
     Wilcox, Anza, private, Oct. 19, 1861, 3 years; died Apr. 10, 1862, at Savannah, Tenn.
     Warner, Dexter, private, Oct. 24, 1861, 3 years; mus. out Oct. 28, 1864, at Chattanooga, Tenn., on expiration of term of service.
     Warner, Orrin B., private, Sept. 1, 1862, 3 years; wounded May 16, 1863, in battle of Champion Hills, Miss.; trans. to 4th Veteran Res. Corps. Feb. 11, 1864; mus. out July 12, 1865, at Milwaukee, Wis.
     Williams, Walker, private, Oct. 28, 1861, 3 years; died May 23, 1862, at St. Louis, Mo.
     Waters, William A., private, Nov. 2, 1861, 3 years; died Nov. 16, 1861.
     Weaver, Michael, private, Nov. 19, 1861, 3 years; on muster in roll; never reported for duty.

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Wesley W. Bowen
, captain, Oct. 3, 1861, 3 years; appt. Dec. 17, 1861 mus. out Dec. 25, 1864, at Savannah, Ga., on expiration of term of several.
     Milton Stout, captain, Oct. 26, 1861, 3 years; mus. in as private; appt. serg't Dec. 20, 1861; 1st serg't Jan. 1, 1863; prom. to serg't-maj. Apr. 30, 1864; to captain Jan. 11, 1865; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     James Lannen, first lieut. Oct. 10, 1861, 3 years; appt. Dec. 17, 1861; prom. to captain Feb. 26, 1864; not mus.; mus. out Dec. 20, 1864, at Savannah, Ga., on expiration of term of service.
     Jasper H. Smith, first lieut., Oct. 23, 1861, 3 years; mus. as private; appt. serg't __, ____; first serg't Apr. 30, 1864; prom. to first lieut. Jan. 11, 1865; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Andrew Jackson, second lieut., Oct. 10, 1862, 3 years; prom. to first lieut. and adj. July 5, 1862.

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     Henry Welty, second lieut., Oct. 7, 1861, 3 years; appt. first serg't from private Dec. 20, 1861; prom. to 2d lieut .July 5, 1862; to 1st lieut company A, Feb. 26, 1864.
     George W. Scott, first serg't, Nov. 30, 1861, 3 years; mus. as private; appt. serg't __, ____; first serg't Jan. 27, 1865; prom. to second lieut. Jan. 11, 1865; not mus.; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Remus Howard, serg't, Nov. 21, 1861, 3 years; mus. as private; appt. serg't; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     John W. Leach, serg't, Oct. 11, 1861, 3 years; mus. as private; appt. serg't __, ____; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Abraham V. Wilson, serg't, Oct. 7, 1861, 3 years; appt. corp. __, ____ serg't Apr. 30, 1864; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     William Moore, serg't, Dec. 5, 1861, 3 years; appt. corp. __, ____; serg't Jan. 27, 1865; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Robert Wheeler, corp.., Oct. 9, 1861, 3 years; appt. corp. June 1, 1864; mus out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     John A. Brubaker, corp., Oct. 9, 1861, 3 years; appt. corp. June 1, 1864; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Samuel W. May, corp., Jan. 1, 1861, 3 years; appt. corp. June 1, 1864; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     William Mollett, corp., Nov. 25, 1861, 3 years; appt. corp. June 1, 1864; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     David Schleiser, corp., Oct. 14, 1861, 3 years; appt. corp. __, ____; mus. out June 23, 1865, at Camp Dennison, O., by order of war department; veteran.
     Patrick Brennan, corp., Oct. 15, 1861, 3 years; appt. corp.__, ____; wounded May 16, 1863, in battle of Campion Hills, Miss.; died May 6, 1864, at Monroeville, Huron county, O.; veteran.
     Agler, George W., private, Jan. 1, 1862, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Adams, Lorenzo, private, Mar. 8, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Adams, Samuel R. private, Oct. 17, 1861, 3 years; prom. to quartermaster-sergeant Nov. 20, 1861.
     Albough, John, private, Jan. 5, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Berry, Henry, private, Oct. 15, 1861, 3 years; trans. to company D.
     Boorman, Isaac H., private, Oct. 15, 1861, 3 years; died May 17, 1862, at Camp Pea Ridge, Tenn.
     Brackan, Frederick, private, Oct. 7, 1861, 3 years; trans. to company A.
     Bullen, Ignatius L., private, Oct. 7, 1861, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.

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     Bowen, Jesse P., private, Oct. 8, 1861, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Burbaker, William D., private, Oct. 16, 1861, 3 years; disch. Jan. 13, 1863, at Jackson, Tenn., on surgeonís certificate of disability.
     Burbaker, Levi H., private, Oct. 12, 1861, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Burbaker, Francis M., private, Oct. 9, 1861, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Braily, David C., private, Nov. 30, 1861, 3 years; mus. out Jan. 11, 1865, at Nashville, Tenn., on expiration of term of service.
     Biglow, James L., private, Jan. 5, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Biglow, Edward A., private, Dec. 31, 1863, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Barnhart, Edward, private, Oct. 8, 1861, 3 years; died Aug. 29, 1863, in hospital at Keokuk, Ia.
     Barnhart, George, private, Oct. 19, 1863, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Barnhart, John, private, Dec. 1, 1861, 3 years; transferred to 8th Ohio battery, Jan 1, 1864; veteran.
     Breachisen, Lewis, private, Sept. 6, 1862, 3 years; wounded May 16, 1863, in battle of Champion Hills, Miss; mus. out May 29, 1865 at Washington, D. C., by order of war department.
     Bruner, John L., private, Oct. 10, 1863, 3 years; died July 12, 1864, in field hospital at Rome, Ga.
     Babcock, Solomon, private, Nov. 12, 1861, 3 years; discharged Dec. __, 1861, on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Baker, Charles, private, Dec. 3, 1861, 3 years; died Mar. 31, 1862, at Crumpís Landing, Tenn.
     Bailey, Philander, private, Oct. 21, 1861, 3 years; died Mar. 31, 1862, at hospital in Cincinnati, O.
     Carr, Samuel, private, Nov. 27, 1861, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Clark, Hiram, private, Aug. 30, 1862, 3 years.
     Cooper, William, private, Dec. 8, 1863, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Cooper, Charles, private, March 11, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Cole, Newton, private, Nov. 30, 1861, 3 years; (?) transferred to signal corps Sept. 7, 1863.
     Chester, Burget, private, Dec. 12, 1861, 3 years; discharged June 20, 1862, at Louisville, Ky., on surgeonís certificate of disability.

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     Day, William, private, Nov. 29, 1861, 3 years; died Feb. 3, 1862, at Camp Chase, O.
     Davison, William, private, Nov. 8, 1861, 3 years; discharged Dec. __, 1861, on surgeonís certificate of disability.
     Durbin, Rodney C., private, Jan. 5, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Dodd, William, private, Oct. 15, 1861, 3 years; died Oct. 12, 1862, at Jackson, Tenn.
     Dikeman, Christian, private, Oct. 19, 1861, 3 years; died July 9, 1862, at Bolivar, Tenn. _
     Eis, Peter, private, Nov. 5, 1861, 3 years; died Apr. 3, 1862, in general hospital, Cincinnati, O.
     Emery, John G., private, Nov. 19, 1861, 3 years; discharged July 5, 1862, at Columbus, O., on surgeonís certificate of disability.
     Fleming, Michael, private, June 1, 1862, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Flenner, Frank, private, Oct. 29, 1861, 3 years; promoted to com. sergít Dec. 25, 1864; veteran.
     Fuller, Frank M., private, Oct. 15, 1861, 3 years; died Apr. 10, 1862, at
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     Feeny, Michael, private, Oct. 7, 1861, 3 years; mus. out Oct. 29, 1864, at
Chattanooga, Tenn., 011 expiration Of term of service.
     Gunn, Julian H., private, Oct. 18, 1861, 3 years; wounded May 16, 1863,
in battle of Champion Hills, Miss; mus. out with company July 10, 1865;
veteran.
     Griffley, Leo, private, Feb. 28, 1864, 3 years; discharged June 13, 1864, 3 years; discharged June 13, 1864, at Jefferson Barracks, St. Louis, on surgeonĎs certificate of disability.
     Grim, Jacob F., private, Oct. 10, 1861, 3 years; died Mar. 10, 1862, on board steamer on Tennessee River.
     Grabel, George, private, Oct. 21, 1861, 3 years; died Mar. 29, 1862, at Crumpís Landing, Tenn.
     Groshner, Frederick, private, Dec. 7, 1861, 3 years; killed May 16, 1863, in battle of Champion Hills, Miss.
     Hopkins, George W., private, Oct. 11, 1861, 3 years; wounded May 26, 1863, in action in rear of Vicksburg, Miss; mus. out with company, July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Hartman, Watson, private, Oct. 11, 1861, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865, veteran.
     Hughes, Cyrus, private, May 7, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Hughes, James R., private, Jan. 21, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.

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     Hileman, Jacob, private, Oct. 11, 1861, 3 years; discharged enlisted Jan. 5, 1864; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Howard, Samuel F., private, May 7, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Hague, James B., private, Mar. 3, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Harper, Hiram, private, Jan. 2, 1864, 3 years; died Sept. 2, 1864, in field hospital at Atlanta, Ga.
     Heath, Alvero, private, Oct. 7, 1861, 3 years; mus. in as Alvin Heath; died Mar. 7, 1865, at home in Henry county, O.; veteran.
     Heath, John F., private, Nov. 2, 1861, 3 years; mus. out Nov. 10, 1864, at Columbus, O., on expiration of term of service.
     Houston, Jeremiah, private, Oct. 9, 1861, 3 years.
     Hartley, Samuel, private, Oct. 20, 1861, 3 years.
     Herrick, Egbon O., private, Oct. 6, 1861, 3 years; discharged Feb. 16, 1863, at Overton hospital, Memphis, Tenn., on surgeonís certificate of disability.
     Homan, Samuel, private, Nov. 27, 1861, 3 years; discharged Sept. 17, 1862, at Columbus, O. on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Jones, John, private, Oct. 19, 1865, 3 years; mus. out Oct. 29, 1864; mus. out Oct. 29, 1864, at Chattanooga, Tenn., on expiration of term of service.
     Jones, Allen, private, Oct. 19, 1865, 3 years; discharged July 15, 1862, at Columbus, O., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Kaylor, Samuel, private, Oct. 11, 1861, 3 years; mus. out with company, July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Kannerst, August, private, Oct. 10, 1861, 3 years; mus. in as August Kahnast; discharged July 25, 1862, at Columbus, O.; re-enlisted Jan. 5, 1864; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     King, Oliver, private, Apr. 20, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Krisinger, Joseph, private, Oct. 7, 1861, 3 years; died Mar. 12, 1862, at Mound City, Ill.
     Kneule, William, private, Oct. 15, 1861, 3 years; transferred to company D.
     Lewis, Joseph J., private Oct. 7, 1861, 3 years; captured Feb. 10, 1864, at Morton, Miss; mus. out June 16, 1865, at Camp Chase, O.; veteran.
     Lowry, George 0., private, Sept. 29, 1863, 3 years; mus. in as George OíLary; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Limestall, Joseph, private, Nov. 27, 1863, 3 years; killed Aug. 4, 1864, in action near Atlanta, Ga.; veteran.
     McCullough, James, private, Oct. 18, 1865, 3 years; discharged March 26, 1863, at Memphis, Tenn., on surgeonís certificate of disability; re-enlisted Dec. 15, 1863; discharged May 30, 1865, at Camp Dennison, O., on surgeon's certificate of disability.

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     McBlaine, John, private, Jan. 5, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10,1865.
     Morrison, John, private, Oct. 14, 1861, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Morrison, George, private, Feb. 21, 1865, 1 year; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     May, Harrison T., private, Oct. 8, 1861, 3 years; wounded May 16, 1863, in battle of Champion Hills, Miss; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Morrow, John D., private, Dec. 2, 1863, 3 years; mus. out June 3, 1865, at N. Y. City by order of War Department.
     Morse, Curtiss L., private, Mar. 8, 1865, 1 year; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Miller, Ferdinand, private, Oct. 8, 1861, 3 years; died Oct. 23, 1864, in general hospital at Rome, Ga.; veteran.
     Murphey, John, private, Nov. 2, 1861, 3 years; discharged Oct. 17, 1862, at Bolivar, Tenn., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Marlow, Christoff, private, Nov. 12, 1861, 3 years; discharged July 25, 1862, at Columbus, O., on surgeonís certificate of disability.
     Mall, John, private, Oct, 22, 1861, 3 years; died Apr. 7, 1862, in general hospital, Savannah, Tenn.
     Myerholtz, Henry, private, Oct. 30, 1861, 3 years; discharged Jan. 22, 1863, at Cincinnati, O., on surgeonís certificate of disability.
     Newell, Ira, private, Oct. 18, 1863, 3 years; trans to 97th co. 2d Battalion Veteran Reserve Corps Sept. 28, 1863.
     Parry, John G., private, Oct. 8, 1861, 3 years; promoted to hospital steward Oct. 23, 1863.
     Pearce, Albert, private, Nov. 28, 1863, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Parmer, Jacob W., private, Mar. 1, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Paul, William P., private, Sept. 29, 1864, 1 year; drafted; discharged Aug. 31, 1865, at Washington, D. C., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Potter, Alexander, private, Feb. 29, 1864, 3 years; discharged May 16, 1865, at McDougal Hospital, New York Harbor, on surgeonís certificate of disability.
     Robison, Jeremiah, private, Nov. 6, 1861, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Rapp, Jacob, private, Dec. 1, 1861, 3 years; discharged June 10, 1862, on surgeonís certificate of disability.
     Reynolds, Charles E., private, Jan. 5, 1862, 3 years; promoted to q. m. s. Apr. 20, 1863.

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     Sisler, Stephen, private, Oct. 15, 1861, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Stephens, John, private, Oct. 11, 1861, 3 years; mus. in as John Stiffens; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Shupe, John, private, Oct. 26, 1861, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Schaaf, Peter, private, Oct. 24, 1861, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865, as Peter Schawf; veteran.
     Squires, Mortimer, private, Oct. 26, 1861, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Smith, James O., private, Dec. 2, 1863, 3 years; mus. out with company July I0, 1865.
     Smith, James S., private, Oct. 8, 1861, 3 years; died May 8, 1862, at Covington, Ky.
     Smith, James A., private, Oct. 8, 1861, 3 years; mus. out Oct. 29,1864, at Chattanooga, on expiration of term of service.
     Sheffield, Byron E., private, Feb. 23, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Seibert, Anthony G., private, Oct. 19, 1861, 3 years; killed June 22, 1864, in action near Kenesaw Mountain, Ga; veteran.
     Sinkep, John, private, Oct. 8, 1861, 3 years; mus. out Oct. 29, 1864, at Chattanooga, Tenn., on expiration of term of service.
     Sinkey, William, private, Oct. 29, 1861, 3 years; discharged Jan. 24, 1864, at Vicksburg, Miss., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Shinneman, Adam, private, Oct. 16, 1861, 3 years; discharged Aug. 2, 1862, at Columbus, O., by order of war department.
     Steedman, George, M. D., private, Dec. 7, 1861, 3 years.
     Telliga, Jerome, private, Jan. 28, 1864, 3 years; discharged June 8, 1865, on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Thompson, George W., private, Jan. 9, 1862, 3 years; captured Mar. 1, 1865, near Black Creek, South Carolina; mus. out June 19, 1865, at Camp Chase, O., by order of war department; veteran.
     Vanness, Comfort J., private, Oct. 16, 1861, 3 years.
     Walters, William, private, Oct. 23, 1863, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Young, Reuben, private, Dec. 13, 1861, 3 years; discharged Aug. 11, 1862, at Columbus, O., on surgeon's certificate of disability.  Company G. - William C. Comstock, captain, Oct. 7, 1861, 3 years; appointed Dec. 18, 1861; resigned Nov. 22, 1862.
     John C. Harmon, captain, Oct. 5, 1861, 3 years; promoted from 1st lieut., company B, Nov. 23, 1862; mus. out Oct. 28, 1864, on expiration of term of service.

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     Joseph Ice, captain, Oct. 7, 1861, 3 years; promoted from 2d lieut., Co. B, Nov. 26, 1864; mus. out with company, July 10, 1865.
     Robert Matthews, 1st lieut., Oct. 10., 1861, 3 years; appt. Dec. 18, 1861; promoted to captain, company B, May 9, 1864.
     Mortimer Belding, 1st lieut., Oct. 24, 1861, 3 years; promoted from 1st sergít, company E., Jan. 11, 1865; mus. out with company, July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Alexander Boyd, 2d lieut., Oct. 10, 1861, 3 years; appt. Dec. 18, 1861; resigned Aug. 15, 1862.
     Lay W. Richardson, 2d lieut., Oct. 10, 1861, 3 years; appt. serg't from private, Dec. 20, 1861; 1st serg't, July 14, 1862; promoted to 2d lieut. Aug 15, 1862; to 1st lieut., May 9, 1864 but not mustered; mus. out Jan. 3, 1865, on expiration of term of service.
     Henry Rust, 1st sergít, Nov. 27, 1861, 3 years; mustered as private; appointed 1st sergít Dec. 20, 1861; discharged July 17, 1862, at Grand Junction, Tenn., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Chandler I. Richmond, 1st sergít, Oct. 19, 1861, 3 years; mus. as private; appt. sergít Dec. 20, 1861; 1st serg't Jan. 5, 1863; wounded May 16, 1863, in battle of Champion Hills, Miss, died July 1st, 1863, at Evansville, Ind.
     John D. Travis, 1st sergít, Nov. 17, 1861, 3 years; appt. corporal Jan. __, 1863; 1st. sergít, Sept. __, 1863; promoted to captain, company I, Jan. 11, 1865; veteran.
     William Glime, 1st sergít, Dec. 1, 1861, 3 years; appt. corporal Dec. 20, 1861; serg't July 28, 1862; 1st sergít Jan. 27, 1865, mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Pope Gordon, serg't, Oct. 27, 1861, 3 years; appt. corporal Dec. 20, 1861, sergít, Apr. 1, 1863; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     William B. Smith, serg't, Oct. 14, 1861, 3 years; appt. corporal Dec. 24, 1862; sergít Apr. 11, 1863; wounded May 16, 1863, in battle of Champion Hills, Miss.; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Abram E. Neer, sergít, Dec. 3, 1861, 3 years; appt. corp. Apr. 1, 1863; wounded May 16, 1863, in battle of Champion Hills, Miss.; appt. serg't, Nov. 1, 1864; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Joshua Shellhart, serg't, Nov. 12, 1861, 3 years; appt. corp. Nov. 1, 1863; sergít Jan. 27, 1865; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     James W. Clark, sergít, Oct. 16, 1861, 3 years; mus. as private; appt serg't; mus. out Oct. 29, 1864. at Chattanooga, Tenn., on expiration of term of service.
     James M. Haguerman, serg't, Nov. 6, 1861, 3 years; appt. corp. Dec. 20, 1861; sergít May 1, 1862; died June 10, 1862, at Pittsburgh Landing, Tenn.
     Benjamin Sincox, sergĎt, Oct. 15, 1861; mus. as private; appt. serg't Dec. 20, 1861; disch. Nov. 11, 1862, at La Grange, Tenn., on surgeonís certificate

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     Samuel Miller, corp., Nov. 22, 1861, 3 years; appt. corp. July 7, 1864; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Adam Shaffer, corp., Nov. 12, 1861, 3 years; appt. corp. July 7, 1864; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Riley Shaffer, corp., Nov. 11, 1861, 3 years; appt. corp; mus. out Dec. 9, 1864, near Savannah, Ga., on expiration of term of service.
     William S. Willeman, corp., Oct. 14, 1861, 3 years; appt. corp. July 7, 1864; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Isaiah Shull, corp., Nov. 1, 1861, 3 years; appt. corp. Oct. 22, 1864; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Elmer Cohow, corp., Jan., 1862, 3 years; appt. corp. Jan. 27, 1865; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     George T. Shadford, corp., Oct. 14, 1861, 3 years; appt. corp. Dec. 7, 1861; disch. May 9, 1862, at St. Louis, Mo., on surgeonís certificate of disability.
     Arch, Joseph, private, Nov. 15, 1861, 3 years; died Mar. 24, 1862, at Savannah, Tenn.
     Allman, George, private, Nov. 3, 1861, 3 years; died June 20, 1862, at Pittsburg Landing, Tenn.
     Arnold, George D., private, Dec. 13, 1861, 3 years; disch. June 23, 1862, at Columbus, O., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Ayres, Oscar, private, Nov. 7, 1861, 3 years; died Apr. 5, at Savannah, Tenn.
     Bear, Samuel, private, Oct. 10, 1861, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Bennit, James G., private, March 10, 1863. 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Baltozer, John H., private, Dec. 24, 1863, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Bundy, Isaac, private, Oct. 10, 1862, 3 years; trans. to Vet. Res. Corps June 3, 1865; mus. out Aug. 3, 1865, at Jackson, Mich., by O. W. D.
     Bunday, Jacob, private, Oct. 10, 1863, 3 years; died Nov. 22, 1864, at Chattanooga, Tenn.
     Bundy, Eli M., private, Oct. 9, 1861, 3 years; died July 16, 1862, at Bolivar, Tenn.
     Blackman, Ransom G., private, Nov. 6, 1861, 3 years; died May 11, 1862, at Cincinnati, O.
     Beatty, William C., private, Nov. 8, 1861, 3 years; died Apr. 16, 1862, in hospital at St. Louis, Mo.
     Clark, Perry W., private, Oct. 12, 1861, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Cox, John, private, Jan. 4, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.

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     Clay, Samuel, private, Jan. 4, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Clay, Jeremiah, private, Feb. 15, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Crall, John H., private, Dec. 22, 1863, 3 years; died Aug. 27, 1864, at Marietta, Ga.
     Comens, John, private, Jan. 3, 1864, 3 years; mus. in as John Curinims; died May 29, 1864, at his home in Ohio.
     Coon, Harmon private, Nov. 3, 1861, 3 years; disch. by civil authority.
     Culbertson, William, private, Nov. 7, 1861, 3 years.
     Crane, Edward I., private, Nov. 11, 1861, 3 yeas; disch. Mar. 22, 1862, at Crump's Landing, Tenn., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Curtis, Orlando, private, Nov. 11, 1861, 3 years; mustered out Nov. 11, 1864, at Columbus, O., on expiration of term of service.
     Couts, Peter, private, Dec. 6, 1861, 3 years; disch. Sept. 11, 1864, at Atlanta, Ga., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Connelly, William, private, Dec. 4, 1861, 3 years; died Nov. 18, 1863, at McPherson's Hospital, Vicksburg, Miss.
     Coe, William L., private, Dec. 6, 1861, 3 years; died Mar. 23, 1862, at Savannah, Tenn.
     Chamberlain, John E., private, Jan. 7, 1864, 3 years; drowned in Ohio River, near Louisville, Ky.
     Des Granges, Daniel, private, Dec. 23, 1863, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Diemer, Frederick, private, Jan. 13, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Dillon, Charles R., private, Dec. 20, 1861, 3 years; disch. June 26, 1862.
     Dillon, Carlisle, private, Dec. 20, 1861, 3 years; died Sept. 15, 1863, at Vicksburg, Miss.
     Esterline, Henry J., private, Jan. 4, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Eaton, Frank, private, Jan. 1, 1862, 3 years; mus out June 27, 1865, at Columbus, O., by order of War Department.
     Eaton, Azur, private, Oct. 25, 1861, 3 years; disch. July 24, 1865, at Cincinnati, O., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Evers, Joseph, private, Jan. 27, 1864, 3 years; disch. June 26, 1865, at Cleveland, O., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Emery, Robert G., private, Oct. 3, 1861, 3 years; disch. Dec. 17, 1862, at Columbus, O., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Ennis, Jacob, private, Nov. 5, 1861, 3 years; disch. June 55,* 1862, at Columbus, O., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
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* SHARON WICK'S NOTE:  This is how it was written in this volume.

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     Fryed, George D., private, Jan. 26, 1684, 3 years; died Aug. 19, 1864, at Marietta, Ga.
     Ferguson, William, private, Nov. 16, 1861, 3 years; died Mar. 15, 1862, in hospital at Paducah, Ky.
     Fulke, Jacob, private, Nov. 25, 1861, 3 years; disch. Aug. 9, 1863, at Vicksburg, Miss., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Forrester, Luther, private, Dec. 4, 1861, 3 years; disch. Aug. 2, 1862, at Columbus, on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Gerver, Jacob R., private, Jan. 4, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Greek, Joseph, private, Dec. 25, 1863, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Gifford, Charles, private, Jan. 25, 1864, 3 years; mus. out May 21, 1865, at Cleveland, O., by order of war department.
     Gleason, Nelson, private, Nov. 12, 1861, 3 years; died Mar. 1, 1863, in hospital at St. Louis, Mo.
     Gorsuch, Thomas, private, Oct. 22, 1861, 3 years; disch. Nov. 7, 1862, at St. Louis, Mo., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Gilbert, William, private, Dec. 4, 1861, 3 years; on muster in roll, no further record found.
     Gilbert, Austin, private, Dec. 4, 1861, 3 years; disch. June 26, 1862, at Camp Chase, O., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Harbaugh, John, private, Nov. 7, 1861, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Hammond, John M., private, Dec. 23, 1863, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Honicl?, Otto, private, Jan. 13, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Hames, Ephraim, private, Jan. 27, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company K, July 10, 1865.
     Haight, David, private, Jan. 21, 1862, 3 years; disch. Jan. 31, 1865, at Columbus, O., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Hutchinson, James, private, Jan. 7, 1864, 3 years; died Apr. 7, 1864, at Vicksburg, Miss.
     Hamblin, Anson, private, Nov. 8, 1861, 3 years.
     Hamblin, Benjamin, private, Nov. 12, 1861, 2 years; disch. June 19, 1862, at Columbus, O., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Haller, Benjamin, private, Oct. 14, 1861, 3 years.
     Haguerman, Nathaniel, private, Nov. 18, 1861, 3 years; disch. __, 1864, by civil authority.
     Haguerman, William, private, Nov. 9, 1861, 3 years; mus. out Dec. 19, 1864, near Savannah, Ga., on expiration of term of service.

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     Hager, Christopher, private, Nov. 20, 1861, 3 years.
     Haguerman, ABram, private, Nov. 11, 1861, 3 years.
     Jayne, Ebenezer, private, Jan. 13, 1864, 3 years; disch. June 6, 1865, at St. Louis, Mo., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Johnson, Salander
, private, Nov. 22, 1861, 3 years; disch. July 12, 1862, at Detroit, Mich., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Jackson, William C., private, Nov. 11, 1861, 3 years; died Mar. 3, 1862, at hospital in St. Louis, Mo.
     Kennedy, James, private, Mar. 4, 1863, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Kinsey, Moses, private, Jan. 4, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Kunkel, Benjamin E., private, Dec. 23, 1863, 3 years; killed July 22, 1864, in battle of Atlanta, Ga.
     Kirkenberry, John M., private, Nov. 14, 1861, 3 years; on muster in roll, no further records found.
     Kewley, William, private, Oct. 30, 1861, 3 years; wounded May 16, 1863, in battle of Champion Hills, Miss.; died __, ____, at Memphis, Tenn.
     Lesh, Charles H., private, Nov. 3, 1861, 3 years; disch. May 1, 1862, at Benton Barracks, St. Louis, Mo.
     Leonard, Albert, private, Nov. 10, 1861, 3 years; disch. Jan. 13, 1863, at Columbus, O., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Lindlay, Nathan, private, Oct. 24, 1861, 3 years; disch. July 7, 1862, at Camp Chase, O., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Moore, William, private, Oct. 31, 1861, 3 years; died July 3 1864, at Atlanta, Ga.,
     Miller, David, private, Nov. 23, 1861, 3 years; disch. Nov. 8, 1863, at La Grange, Tenn., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Miller, Frederick, private, Nov. 12, 1861, 3 years; died Mar. 8, 1862, at St. Louis, Mo.
     Miller, Henry, private, Nov. 22, 1861, 3 years; died Nov. 20, 1862, in Henry county, O.
     Miller, George, private, Nov. 22, 1861, 3 years; died Sept. 16, 1863, at Vicksburg, Miss.
     Morris, Solon, private, Dec. 11, 1861, 3 yeas; died Sept. 15, 1863, at Vicksburg, Miss.
     Norrick, Samuel, private, Dec. 4, 1861, 3 years; died Dec. 8, 1862, at St. Louis, Mo.

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     Osmond, John, private, Dec. 4, 1861, 3 years; disch. Dec. 20, 1864, at Camp Dennison, O., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Pyle, Ephraim, private, Jan. 20, 1863, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Porter, Edmund R., private, Dec. 7, 1863, 3 years; mus. in as Edward R. Porter; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Porter, Joseph, private, Nov. 26, 1861, 3 years; prom. to chaplain 61st U. S. Colored Infantry Aug. 27, 1863.
     Porter, John F., private, Nov. 8, 1861, 3 years; disch. Nov. 3, 1862, at Columbus, O., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Palmer, James, private, Nov. 26, 1861, 3 years; died Mar. 18, 1862, at St. Louis, Mo.
     Page, James D., private, Oct. 19, 1861, 3 years; disch. June 28, 1862, at Camp Chase, O., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Page, Nathaniel, private, Oct. 19, 1861, 3 years; mus. out Oct. 29, 1864, at Chattanooga, Tenn., on expiration of term of service.
     Rasley, Solomon, private, Oct. 10, 1862, 3 years; died Jan. 31, 1865, at Jeffersonville, Inc.
     Remo, John, private, Oct. 23, 1861, 3 years; mus. in as John Remmes; wounded May 16, 1863, in battle of Champion Hill, Miss.; us. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Remo, Frederick, private, Oct. 10, 1862, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Rosey, Joseph, private, Oct. 25, 1861, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Richardson, Myron private, Mar. 4, 1863, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Roub, Michael, private, Dec. 30, 1863, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Rhodes, William, private, Jan. 27, 1864, 3 years; died Sept. 12, 1864, at Marietta, Ga.
     Rogers, Lewis, private, Nov. 7, 1861, 3 years; died Oct. 8, 1862, at Bolivar, Tenn.
     Rogers, John, private, Nov. 8, 1861, 3 years; died Oct. 5, 1863, at Vicksburg, Miss.
     Rogers, Elmore, private, Nov. 28, 1861, 3 years; mus. out Dec. 1, 1864, at Columbus, O., on expiration of term of service.
     Randall, Leonard A., private, Nov. 9, 1861, 3 years; on muster in roll, never reported for duty.
     Rosse, Joseph, private Oct. 25, 1861, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.
     Stoutsenberger, Daniel R., private, Nov. 8, 1861, 3 years; mus. in as David R. Stolzenberger; mus. out with company July 10, 1865; veteran.

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     Shaffer, Henry B., private, Jan. 3, 1864, 3 years; mustered out with company July 10, 1865.
     Shaffer, Henry, private, Mar. 4, 1863, 3 years; mustered out with company July 10, 1865.
     Stilwell, William H., private, Mar. 28, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Shelhart, William, private, Dec. 31, 1863, 3 years; disch. May 3, 1865, at Columbus, O., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Shelhart, Christian, private, Dec. 30, 1863, 3 years; died July 29, 1864, at Marietta, Ga., of wounds received in action.
     Shellhart, Daniel, private, Jan. 4, 1864, 3 years; mus. out May 25, 1865, at McDougal Hospital, New York Harbor by order of war department.
     Spencer, Allen H., private, Jan. 4, 1863, 3 years; disch. Aug. 12, 186, at Cleveland, O., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Spencer, Daniel, private, Jan. 18, 1864, 3 years; trans to Veteran Reserve Corps Apr. 6, 1885.
     Spencer, William H., private, Nov. 15, 1861, 3 years; disch. June 26, 1862, at Columbus, O., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Snider, Jacob, private, Sept. 21, 1862, 3 years; captured Nov. 13, 1864, at Kingston, Ga.; disch. June 26, 1865, at Columbus, O., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Snider, Thomas c., private, Nov. 15, 1861, 3 years; disch. Sept. 24, 1862, at Cincinnati, O., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Sloan, Joseph B., private, Oct. 14, 1861, 3 years; disch. July 16, 1863, at Cincinnati, O., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Scott, Caleb, private, Nov. 23, 1861, 3 years; disch. Dec. 10, 1864, at Chattanooga, Tenn., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Thorp, James R., private, Nov. 10, 1861, 3 years; mus. out with company July 1, 1865; veteran.
     Thompson, David, private, Jan. 25, 1864, 3 years; disch. Nov. 2 1864, at Cleveland, O., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Taylor, Allen, private, Nov. 20, 1861, 3 years; disch. July 30, 1862, at Columbus, O., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Thomas, Roger W., private, Nov. 19, 1861, 3 years; discharged June 23, 1862, at Columbus, O., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Tremain, Andrew I., private, Nov. 16, 1861, 3 years; disch. July 12, 1862, at Columbus, O., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Terrill, Charles, private, Nov. 17, 1861, 3 years; on muster-in roll; never reported for duty.
     Utter, Joseph, private, Jan. 21, 1864, 3 years; died May 21, 1864, at St. Louis, Mo.
     Vanarsdalen, William, private, Jan. 18, 1864, 3 years; died June 10, 1864 at Madison, Ind.

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     Vanarsdalen, Cornelius, private, Jan. 18, 1864, 3 years; mustered out with company July 10, 1865.
     Wyrick, Michael, private, Feb. 15, 1864, 3 years; mus. out June 26, 1865, at Washington, . C., by order of war department.
     Wyrick, George W., private, Jan. 18, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Wallace, George W., private, Jan. 18, 1864, 3 years; mus. out with company July 10, 1865.
     Wolverton, John A., private, Nov. 19, 1861, 3 years; disch. Nov. 2, 1864, at Camp Dennison, O., on surgeon's certificate of disability.
     Weaver, Solomon, private, Nov. 31, 1861, 3 years; died Feb. 23, 1862, at St. Louis, Mo.
     Weaver, Frederick, private, Nov. 16, 1861, 3 years; died Mar. 1, 1862 at St. Louis, Mo.
     Yoing, William H., private, Nov. 11, 1861, 3 years; died Mar. 25, 1862, at St. Louis, Mo.
     Yoha, William H., private, Jan. 12, 1864, 3 years; died Aug. 4, 1864, at Marietta, Ga.
     Zook, John, private, Jan. 13, 1864, 3 years; mustered out with company July 10, 1865.

THE ONE HUNDREDTH REGIMENT, INFANTRY.

     To the formation of this regiment the county of Henry contributed more than one full company, and the surplus was transferred to a separate company in the same regiment.  Company B was made up wholly of residents of this county, and it is in recognition of their services in the regiment that this record is made.
     The One Hundredth regiment was organized at Toledo, during the months of June and July, 1862, and was mustered into service on the 15th of July following, by Captain Dodds, U. S. Army.  On the 8th of the same month, the regiment moved to Cincinnati, for the defense of that city.  On the 9th it went into position on Covington Heights, a few rods in front, and to the left of Fort Mitchell.
     The regiment marched for Lexington, Ky., on the 8th of October, and remained there, undergoing a thorough course of instruction, until about the 1st of December, when it moved to Richmond.  It was engaged in work on the fortifications until the 26th of December, when it moved to Danville, and on the 3d of January, 1863, it moved to Frankfort.  Toward the last of February it marched to Lexington to intercept a rebel raid, and from that point it marched to Crab Orchard, Mount Vernon, Somerset, and to various other points where the presence of the enemy rendered it necessary.  On the 13th of August, the regiment went into camp at Danville, preparatory for the march for East Ten-

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nessee.  Upon arriving at Knoxville, a portion of the regiment was sent up to the Virginia State line, to guard the railroad.  The detachment, two hundred and forty strong, was captured by the enemy on the 4th of September, and was sent to Richmond, Va. The regiment participated in the defense at Knoxville, and was on active duty during its stay in East Tennessee.  Early in the spring of 1864, the regiment marched in the Twenty-third Army Corps, to join General Sherman, then at Tunnell Hill, Ga.  It moved on the Atlanta campaign, and was engaged at almost every battle from Rocky Face Ridge to Atlanta.  On the 6th of August it was engaged in an assault on the rebel works in front of Atlanta, and lost one hundred and three men out of three hundred.  Thirty-six men were killed on the field, and eighty more died of wounds within the next thirty days.  The colonel was disabled for life.  After the evacuation of Atlanta, the regiment joined in the pursuit of Hood's army, and participated in the battles of Franklin and Nashville.  It moved with the Twenty-third Corps to Wilmington, N. C., and was there actively engaged.  It marched into the interior, and moved from Goldsboro to Raleigh, with Sherman's army.  It next moved to Greensboro, and from there to Cleveland, O., where it was mustered out of the service on the 1st of July, 1865, having served nearly three full years with the Union army.
     The One Hundredth lost during its term of service sixty-five men killed in action, and one hundred and forty-two wounded; twenty-seven died of wounds; one hundred and eight died of disease; three hundred and twenty five were captured by the enemy, and eighty-five died in rebel prisons.  The regiment participated in the battles of Lenox Station, Knoxville, Rocky Face Ridge, Resaca, Dallas, Etowah Creek, Atlanta, Columbus, Franklin, Nashville, Town Creek and Wilmington.

Field and Staff Roster.

     John C. Groom, colonel; resigned May 13, 1863.
     Patrick Slevin, colonel; prom. from lieut-col.; honorably discharged Nov. 30, 1864.
     Edwin L. Hayes, colonel; prom. from major to lieut-col.; prom. to col.
     Franklin Rundell, lieut-col.; prom. from major; must. out with regiment.
     John A. Shannon, major; mus. out May 11, 1864.
     Henry D. Taylor, major; prom. from captain.
     George A. Collamore, surgeon; mus. out with regiment.
     Leonard B. Griffing, chaplain; discharged Aug. 9, 1864.

Roll of Company B.

     Henry D. Taylor, captain; prom. to major.
     George W. Waterman, first lieut.; resigned Jan. 8, 1863.
     George D. Forsyth, second lieut.; prom. to first lieut.

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     Douglas O. Kelley, first serg't; prom. to second lieut. Jan. 8, 1863.
     Absalom Yager, serg't; prom. to first serg't Jan. 8, 1863.
     M. V. Marsh, serg't; voluntarily returned to ranks.
     Samuel Foltz, serg't.
     Philo H. Holly, serg't.

Corporals. -
     William M. Simpson, promoted to sergeant, Jan. 8, 1863;
     A. S. Clark,
     Henry Shaffner,
     John A. Haly,
     Samuel R. Elerton, voluntarily returned to ranks;
     Frederick Stockman, appointed color corporal;
     George W. Savage,
     Laran Emery.

Musicians. -
    
John L. Halter,
     Joseph Grinn.

Wagoner. -
     Edward Pearse.

Privates. -
 

Milton Atkinson,
Montcalm Armstrong,
John Bauman,
Nicholas Barnhart,
Philip Bordner,
John E. Bates,
Conrad Bower,
Alonzo A. Babcock,
discharged Jan. 5, 1863;
Peter Bump,
Henry H. Beaver,
Elisha T. Coon,
appointed ward-master, Sept. 7, 1862;
Orrin Crockett, deserted from hospital at Lexington, Jan. 6, 1863;
James Crockett,
Adam Councilman,
Godfrey Councilman,
Stephen B. Coon
, died at Lexington, Ky., Nov. 16, 1862;
Edward H. Dawson,
Joshua Dornor,
Joseph M. Dornor,
Joseph C. Dornor,
Levi Dresback,
William Dirr,
Azra Freeman,
Newton Freeman
, died at Lexington, Ky., Mar. 15, 1863;
Henry Friday,
John J. Falkinghor,
Frederick Gherkin,
Hezekiah Guyer,
Walter F. Hunter,
died at Lexington, Ky., Nov. 26, 1862;
Daniel Hess, detailed as teamster;
Michael Hockan, died at Lexington, Ky., Nov. 15, 1862;
Daniel D. Haly,
Daniel D. Hartlett,
Wilson Heaton
, died at Lexington, Ky., Nov. 9, 1862;
Gideon W. Hollopeter, appointed sergeant, Jan. 27, 1863;
Benjamin F. Haynes,
David O. Howard,
Lewis Hitt
Isaac Howe,
George H. Hollis,
detailed as teamster;
Lewis Hartley,
William B. Hutchins, deserted Jan. 6, 1863, from Danville, Ky.;
William Jackson,
Edward L. Jacobus,
William Kaufman,
Lorenz Kaufman,
John B. Lowry,
Albert Lane,
Henry Marsh,
James McClure,
David McClure,
Alexander Morgan,
August Maier,
William H. Moorhead,
Francis M. McKinnis,
James C. Murray,
William Meyril,
Norman C. Rose,
John Ricard,
John H. Rhodes,
Samuel Redman,
Gilmore Redman,
Joseph T. Redman,
James Simmons,
Daniel O. Shepard,
Samuel Steinaker,
appointed corporal;
Henry Stephens,
Hiram Sisco,
George W. Starr,
Joseph Siford,
John Siford,
Joseph Shull,
Henry Snyder,
John Stickler,
deserted;
Garrett Salsbury,
Isaac Shook,
joined company as recruit, Feb. 14, 1863;
Jacob Snow,
William Thrapp,
James Taylor,
George Vogle,
Joseph W. Wells,
John M. Zuber.

THE ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FOURTH REGIMENT.

     To the formation of this regiment, the county of Henry contributed parts of two companies, D and G, but the contingent of men in each was so small that it can hardly be said that either company was a Henry county contribu-

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tion.  The regiment was recruited from the northern counties of Ohio, with the exception of Company I, which came from Cincinnati.  The regiment rendezvoused at Camp Taylor, and on the first day of January, 1863, marched into Cleveland, seven hundred and fifty strong, ready to take the cars for the field.
     When the regimental organization became perfect, it was commanded as follows: Colonel, Oliver H. Payne; lieut-col., James Pickards; major, James B. Hameson.
     After leaving for the field the regiment made its first camp at Elizabethtown, Ky, where it remained until March, when it returned to Louisville, and embarked on board transports, and in company with twenty thousand other troops, proceeded to Nashville, Tenn., where it arrived on the 10th.  From Nashville it went to Franklin and encamped, remaining there until June 2d, building forts, perfecting its drill, and getting ready for active field service.  On the 5th of March the ďboysĒ had a sharp skirmish with the rebels who were in the vicinity.
     The One Hundred and Twenty-fourth, with three other infantry regiments, a battery and some cavalry, under General Colburn, were sent on a reconnoissance down the Columbia Pike.  For a time they drove back the enemy, until Thompson's Ford was reached, when a general engagement ensued.  The enemy were much stronger and better posted than was expected, but the fight was stubbornly contested for some time, until the One Hundred and Twenty- fourth were enabled to safely guard the ammunition train and take it from the field.
     On the 2d of June the camp at Franklin was abandoned and another pitched at Triune.  A few days later the regiment was ordered to join General W. B. Hazen's brigade at Readyville.  Again, after a reconnoissance to Elk River, they went into camp at Manchester.  Here the regiment was assigned to the Second Brigade, Second Division of the Twenty-first Army Corps, with General Palmer as division, and General Crittenden as corps commander.
     The corps then in August, crossed over the Cumberland Mountains in time to participate in the battle at Chickamauga, where it held a position on the left.  Although this was the first severe fight in which the regiment took part, it nevertheless held its ground firmly, and stood well up to the work, and only after the lines were broken and the full force of the enemyís charge and fire were concentrated upon them, did the regiment fall back.  During the Chickamauga battle the regiment lost in killed, wounded, and missing, one hundred and forty men.  They then retreated to Chattanooga, and went into camp on the 22d of September.  While here the army was reorganized, and the One Hundred and Twenty-fourth was assigned to the Second Brigade, Third Division, of the Fourth Army Corps.
     It next participated in the engagement at Raccoon Mountain, where the enemyís position was taken, and after camping there a few days, was relieved, and returned to camp at Chattanooga.

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     The regiment next took part in the battle of Mission Ridge, in which the men performed nobly, fought lively, and captured seven pieces of artillery, two cassions, eighty stand of arms, and a wagon-load of ammunition.  Its loss here was twenty-three killed, four wounded, and nineteen missing.
     On the 30th of November the regiment, with a portion of the army, marched to the relief of Knoxville, where it arrived on the 10th of December, but other re-enforcements having come earlier, the siege was raised, and the enemy retired from before that place.  After remaining here a few days, the regiment went into camp at Clinch Mountain.  From here they were driven by a large force of Confederates.
     About the 15th of April, 1864, under an order from the war department to concentrate the army, preparatory to the spring campaign, the One Hundred and Twenty-fourth moved to McDonald Station, about thirty miles east of Chattanooga, where it was thoroughly clothed and equipped.
     After a few days of rest the regiment marched to Tunnel Hill Station, on the railroad, and thence to Rocky Face Ridge.  At this point the enemy was engaged, making a strong charge against his works, in which it suffered severely.  Marching and fighting continuously, it made its way to Dalton, and from there to Resaca, Cassville and New Hope Church.  Here, again, it was engaged, and lost many brave men.  The regiment then participated in the flanking movement to Jonesboro, and consequent evacuation of Atlanta, after which came a much needed rest of thirty days.
     It then followed Hoodís army to Gaylesville and Athens, Ala.; thence to Pulaski and Columbia, passing through Franklin, and reaching Nashville in advance of the main forces, and went into camp behind the entrenchments of that place.  In the battle of Nashville it took an active part, and at its close, joined in the pursuit of the defeated and demoralized rebel army.  At Huntsville the chase was given up, and the force went into camp.  From here it was ordered to Strawberry Plains, in East Tennessee.  Thence back through Greenville to Nashville, where, on the 9th of July, 1865, the regiment was mustered out of service.  It was then sent home, and was paid off and discharged at Camp Taylor, near Cleveland, the place from which it started two and one half years before.
     On account of the small number of men from this county who were in companies D and G, of the One Hundred and Twenty-fourth Regiment, and the great difficulty in locating them accurately, no roster is given.

ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY-THIRD REGIMENT - ONE HUNDRED DAYS SERVICE.

     The One Hundred and Sixty-third Infantry Regiment was composed of the Forty-eighth Regiment, Ohio National Guard, of Richland county, the Seventy-second Battalion, Ohio National Guard, of Henry county, the Ninety

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sixth battalion, Ohio National Guard, of Ashland county, and the Ninety-ninth Battalion, Ohio National Guard, of Stark county.  The regiment was mustered into the United States service at Camp Chase, Ohio, on the 12th day of May, 1864, and on the 13th of the same month it proceeded to Washington City, under orders from General Heintzelman, commanding the department of Ohio.  Upon arrival at Washington the regiment was assigned to the First Brigade, First Division, Twenty-second Army Corps, with headquarters at Fort Reno, District of Columbia.  The regiment remained here on duty until the 8th of June, when it was ordered to the front, and proceeded in transports to White House, Virginia, and thence to Bermuda Hundred.  It reported to General Butler, at Point of Rocks, Va., on the 12th of June, and on the 14th took part (with General Turnerís division) in a reconnoissance on the Petersburg and Richmond Railroad.  Two hundred and fifty of the men were engaged in a severe skirmish on the 15th, and were highly complimented by the brigade commander, who said, ďthey comported themselves like veterans.Ē  On the 16th the regiment proceeded to Wilsonís Landing, and from that point made several reconnoissances to the west side of the James River.  It also assisted in building a large portion of the works known as Fort Pocahontas.  On the 29th of August the regiment was relieved from duty, and proceeded to Columbus, O., where it was mustered out Sept. 10, 1864.  The Seventy-second Battalion, Ohio National Guard, of Henry county, when mustered into service became Company G, about eighty-five strong.

Field and Staff Officers. -

     Hiram Miller, colonel;
     John Dempsey, lieutenant-colonel;
     Aaron S. Campbell, major;
     Alex. Sutherland, surgeon;
     James O. Carter, ass't-surgeon;
     David C. McMillen, as't-surgeon;
     Andrew M. Burns, adjutant;
     Samuel L. Nash, quartermaster;
     Samuel D. Bates, chaplain.

Muster Roll of Company G
. -

     Ransom P. Osborn, captain;
     Charles W. Kalo, first lieut.;
     Henry E. Cary, second lieut.;
     Thomas R. Carroll, John Gardner, Wellington D. Golding, Henry Yeager and John Waterman, sergeants;
    Jabez Dennis, David Foulk, CyrusGunn, Hampton Harrison, Luke Lemmest, Wallace Blair, Milton E. Heller and Thomas Williams, corporals.
     John Ballner, drummer;
     Jonas Adams, fifer.

Privates. -

Frederick Aller,
John Battenfield,
John Battles,
Fenton Brooks,
Daniel Bascom,
Wheaton P. Barnes,
Jacob Breikhiser,
Baxter Burgess,
George Banks,
James Corbin,
William Campbell,
George Davis,
William Dota,
Benjamin F. Dennis,
Edward Dodd,
Gifford D. Ellenwood,
Stillwell Hess,
Henry Howard,
James Henry,
Hiram Gilson,
Rease Gilson,
Lewis A. Groff,
Thomas Ireland,
Stephen H. Jacobs,
Charles Kegler,
Morris Killets,
William Lowry,
William Lighthiser,
Miller Long,
John Leiter,
Samuel Leiter, (m/b Letter)
Samuel Margratt
Isaac Masdeen,
Maxwell F. Mealey,
Philetus Merriman,
Frank Mason,
Elton Masten,
David Moffett,
William McComb,
Martin Ohler,
John Paul,
Lewis Pearce,
Volney Powell,
George Powell,
Winfield Randall,
Joseph N. Ritter,

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George W. Raff,
Landon Raff,
Washington Radle,
George Smith,
James Shasteen,
Hiram S. Shoemaker,
Robert B. Smead,
Joseph M. Spangler,
Asa C. Senter,
Israel Smith,
Achilles Smith,
Romaine Tyler,
Joseph Travis,
George Valentine,
Isaac Williams,
John Yeager,
George W. Zellner,
Solomon Zeddiker,
Nathaniel Hartman, discharged;
Charles DeLong, transferred;
Archibald Worthington, deserted.

THE ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-FOURTH INFANTRY.

     This was one of the regiments raised under President Lincolnís last call for one year troops.  It was organized in February, 1865, at Camp Chase.  To the formation of the regiment Henry County contributed one full company, B.  Immediately after muster the regiment was ordered to Nashville, and from thence proceeded to Chattanooga; thence to Bridgeport, Alabama, reaching the latter point about the let of March, and was engaged in the duty of guarding an important railroad bridge over the Tennessee river.  It also acted as guard over a considerable line of railroad between Bridgeport and Chattanooga and frequently came in contact with guerrillas that infested the region, and squads of rebel cavalry.
     On the 25th of July the regiment was ordered to garrison duty at Edgfield and remained at that place until mustered out of service. Returning to Camp Chase, the men were paid off and discharged on the 27th day of September, 1865.
     In the One Hundred and Eighty-fourth was much excellent material - many of the men having been in the service in other regiments - and although while in this command they were in 110 general engagement, they, nevertheless, rendered important service in the country to which they were assigned.

IN OTHER COMMANDS.

     While the record above mentioned purports to, and does contain the experiences and vicissitudes of the regiments and parts of regiments from Henry county, still there were other commands in which the county was represented, but with so small a number of men as to make an extended notice of them unnecessary.  Looking over the records of the county's soldiery it is found that there was a small contingent of the One Hundred and Twenty-fifth representing the county in Company I.  On the field and staff roster is found the name of Dr. Henry McHenry, who was the regimental surgeon. In all there were about fifteen men from this county that belonged to the regiment.
     Then, again, it is found that several, not more, men of the county enlisted in the Ninth Cavalry, which was commanded by Colonel William D. Hamilton.  The Eighth, Ninth and Tenth Regiments, O. V. Cav., were raised late in 1862 by Governor Tod, under the instructions of the president.
     Other regiments that had a few representatives of Henry County, were the

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Third Cavalry, the Twenty-first Infantry, the Eighty-eighth Infantry, the One Hundred and Eleventh Infantry, the One Hundred and Eighteenth, the One Hundred and Twenty-eighth Infantry, and perhaps others of which no record can be accurately obtained.

 

 

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