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4TH OHIO NATIONAL GUARD
Source: History of Fayette Co., Ohio
by Frank M. Allen - publ. Indianapolis - B. F. Bowen & Co., 1914

Fayette county had a part in the Spanish-American War, Company E, of the Fourth  Ohio Regiment National Guard, and which was located at Washington Court House, being called into the service.  Company E was sent to Columbus to drill, and was finally mustered into the service of the United States, all but sixteen passing the military test upon their government examination.  The original officers and men of this company are as follows:
 

COMPANY E.


Captain:
Vincent, William

First Lieutenant:
Updyke, Charles O.

Second Lieutenant:
Fugate, J. M.

First Sergeant:
Stugden, Charles

Sergeants:
Hardway, O. E.
McDonald, Norman
Sexton, Charles
Vincent, Elmer

Corporals:
Bonham, Robert
Creamer, Bert
Duncan, D. R.
Gillum, John
Jones, L. A.

Musicians:
Eyer, William
Paul, Walter

Armorer:
Jarnigan, Charles

Privates:
Allebaugh, Allen
Armstrong, William C.
Basley, William A.
Becker, William F.
Bell, Ed. S.
Bird, William L.
Carr, William J.
Clayton, Mack
Coffman, Elwert
Coffman, N. J.
Conway, E.
Cook, J. W.
Cook, Scott
Creamer, Mike
Cubbage, Johnson
Davis, N. W.
Dempsey, Pete
Fandall, H. D.
Figgins, Charles E.
Ford, Frank
Gray, Willis S.
Hardy, A. J.
Harley, Howard
Hart, Ross
Judy, Birt
Judy, Martin
Keaton, Wade
Kimley, Cary
Lee, Frank
Marine, A. E.
Marine, R. W.
Marine, Robert
Marquett, H. C.
McCartney, Charles
McCormick, Harry
McKinley, Arthur
Minshall, Samuel
Mitchner, J. H.
Nixon, John
Pratt, Robert
Reeder, Sherman
Robbs, John
Sammons, Frank
Sharist, Alex
Singles, A.
Slonaker, Garland
Smith, Frank
Stevenson, Lon
Taylor, E. L.
Taylor, Jerome
Tincture, James
Updyke, Lawrence
Vangurdy, John
Vincent, Burton
Walters, Watson
Whited, B. F.
Wilt, A. W.
Wolf, Sherman

     After being finally mustered into the United States service, this company was sent first to Chickamauga and later went to Porto Rico.  On the conclusion of hostilities the company was discharged and welcomed home, being given a grand reception by the citizens.

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