OHIO GENEALOGY EXPRESS

 


ROSTER
OF THE
96TH REGIMENT OHIO VOL. INFANTRY.
1862 TO 1865

Compiled by
Robt. F. Bartlett
PERMANENT SECRETARY OF THE REUNION ASSOCIATION OF THE REGIMENT,
BY DIRECTION OF THE ASSOCIATION
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SOUVENIR EDITION
C
OLUMBUS, O.
PRESS OF HANN & ADAMS
1895

PLEASE NOTE:  To get records on here quicker, I am leaving some of the details off.  I will put details on here upon request..... Sharon Wick

 

COMPANY F.
Recruited in Delaware County, Ohio
pg. 96

  Captain Solomon B. Weiser. Age 39; date of commission July 28, 1862.  Battle: Chickasaw Bayou.  Resigned for disability Mar. 17, 1863.  Died at Delaware, Ohio, 1883.
SHARON WICK'S NOTE:  Solomon B. Weiser was buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, Delaware Co., Ohio.  He was born 3 Feb. 1823.
He married Sarah Markle on Dec. 25, 1856 in Delaware Co., OH.  Marriage Recorded Feb. 9, 1867 - Record #513.  His family can be found in census records.
In 1860 Census, Solomon and Wife can be found under the surname WISE with their children. 
Draft Registration lists that he was born in Pennsylvania.
See his son Albert Weiser listed in this list aged 13 yrs.
  First Lieutenant John N. Dunlap.  
  First Lieutenant Levi Siegfried  
  First Lieutenant John A. F. Cellar  
  Second Lieutenant Henry C. Ashwell  
  First Sergeant Benjamin F. Williams  
  First Sergeant Jacob L. Klein  
  Sergeant Benjamin F. High Age 25; enlisted July 29, 1862.
Battles:  Chickasaw Bayou and Arkansas Post.
Killed at latter battle Jan. 11, 1863, by a shell and buried on battlefield.
  Sergeant John Hipple  
  Sergeant George White  
  Corporal George Diven  
  Corporal David Deppen  
  Corporal Marion Mecay Age 22; enlisted Aug. 13, 1862.
  Corporal John A. Harter  
  Corporal James A. Miller  
  Corporal James P. Brynds  
  Corporal George C. Cellar  
  Alfred Gorden, Musician. Age 17; enlisted Feb. 29, 1864.  Absent, sick and discharged May 17, 1864, at Baton Rouge, La., for disability as Alfred Jordan.  Sunbury, O
  Albert L. Weiser, Musician. Age 13; enlisted Jul. 20, 1862.  Delaware, Ohio.
SHARON WICK'S NOTE:  Albert can be found in 1860 Census with his parents and siblings under the surname WISE in Delaware Co., Ohio.  His father may or may not be Solomon B. Weiser is the first name in this list above here.
  Wm. H. Gosline, Wagoner. Age 29; enlisted July 29, 1862.  On duty with Regiment its entire term of service; transferred to Company A Nov. 18, 1864, and to Company E Mar. 1, 1865, and mustered out with Company E Jul. 7, 1865, at Mobile, Ala.  New Castle, Neb.

PRIVATES.

  Abrams, Marion. Age 18; enlisted Aug. 5, 1862.
Battle:  Chickasaw Bayou.
Died May 1, 1863, on hospital boat Nashville.
  Ayers, Wm. Age 28; enlisted Aug. 7, 1862.
Discahrged at Columbus, Ohio, Feb. 24, 1863, for disability.
  Baker, Samuel H. * Age 25; enlisted Aug. 3, 1862.
Battle:  Chickasaw Bayou.
Transferred to 88th Company, 2d Battalion Veteran Reserve Corps, Oct. 31, 1863.  Luctor, Kan.
Bell, Thomas B.
(photo contributed by J. R. VanHoose, Phelps, KY & Kevin Munro.  Thomas B. Bell was J. R.'s 3rd Great-Grandfather. Kevin is also descended from him.)
Age 20; enlisted Aug. 7, 1862.  Battles: Chickasaw Bayou (absent, sick), Fort Gaines, Fort Morgan, Spanish Fort, Mobile, Fort Blakely and Whistler.  Transferred to Company A Nov. 18, 1864 and mustered out with Company Jul. 7, 1865.  Middleport, Ohio.
  Breese, John  
  Braumiller, Samuel  
  Burroughs, Albert M.  
  Burroughs, Daniel  
pg. 100. Burroughs, Jerome W. Age 18; enlisted Aug. 6, 1862.  Battle: Chickasaw Bayou.  Died Mar. 9, 1863, on hospital boat Nashville.
  Campbell, Ransom  
  Carney, Thos. L. Age 18
  Carpenter, John J.  
  Croy, Matthias  
  Cruikshank, Irwin .  
  Cunningham, George W.  
  Dutcher, John H.  
  Dutton, James M.  
  Eddleblute, William Age 21; enlisted Aug. 7, 1862.  Battles: Chickasaw Bayou and Arkansas Post.  Died Aug. 13, 1863, at Vicksburg, and buried in section L, grave 548.
  Edelman, Anthony  
  Faris, George A.  
  Faris, James H. Age 20; enlisted, Aug. 6, 1862; discharged Apr. 22, 1863, at Columbus, Ohio, for disability.  Medford, Oregon.
  Felkey, Sidney  
  Fleming, Joseph D.  
  Freese, Burroughs  
  Freese, Lewis  
  Fryman, Thomas A.  
  Gray, Oliver T.  
  Harrison, James H.  
  Havens, Ansel D.  
  Hollenbaugh, Henry  
  Houseworth, George  
  Howard, Frank D.  
  Hummel, Henry  
  Jones, Samuel D.  
  Jones, Wm. W.  
  Keeler, Ford  
  Kelchner, Isaac W.  
  Lear, Wm. A.  
  McKinnie, Wm.  
  Main, Henry B.  
  Mecay, Alexander  
  Mecay, Geo. W.  
  Mecay, James P.  
  Mecay, Jesse B.  
  Mecay, Josephus  
  Morgan, George W.  
  Moses, Perry  
  Murfield, William Age 20; enlisted Aug. 4, 1862;
died Feb. 7, 1863, at Memphis, and
buried in section 2, grave 184, Memphis, Tenn.
  Oldham, Joshua G.  
  Overturf, Wesley  
  Olmstead, Charles F. Age 20; enlisted Aug. 4, 1862.
Discharged Aug., 1862, at Camp Delaware for disability.
  Pettit, Jacob F.  
  Plunkett, Isaac H.  
  Powe4rs, Martin A.  
  Primmer, James P. Age 18; enlisted Aug. 7, 1862.
Died at Nicholasville, Ky., Nov. 18, 1862, and
buried at Camp Nelson, Ky.
  Robinson, Loring L.  
  Rogers, Samuel  
  Schnoke, Amos  
  Sheets, Ezra  
  Sheets, William H.  
  Sherman, David  
  Sherman, James  
  Stinar, Abraham  
  Strawser, George  
  Sults, Peter  
  Thompson, Solomon W.  
  Thrall, Irwin  
  Traxler, John W.  
  Trickey, Christopher  
  Troutman, Daniel  
  Walbert, Benevel  
  Waldron, Cornelius  
  Ward, Silas T.  
  Waters, Wesley  
  Webster, Joseph P.  
  Webster, Wm. H.  
  Welch, William  
  Wigton, William P.  
  Wilcox, Joseph E.  
  Williams, Eben. Age 18; enlisted July 30, 1862.
  Williams, William H. Age 20; enlisted Aug. 7, 1862.  Battles: Chickasaw Bayou, Arkansas Post, Vicksburg, Jackson, Grand Coteau (where taken prisoner and exchanged, May 28, 1864; transferred to Company A November 18, 1864), Spanish Fort, Mobile, Fort Blakely and Whistler.  Mustered out with Company July 7, 1865.  New California, Ohio.
  Wise, Cyrus N. Age 23; enlisted Aug. 7, 1862.  Battles: Chickasaw Bayou, Arkansas Post (where wounded in left forearm), Sabine Cross Roads, Cane River, Fort Gaines, Fort Morgan, Spanish Fort, Mobile Fort Blakely and Whistler.  Transferred to Company A Nov. 18, 1864, and mustered out with Company July 7, 1865.  Died in 1865.

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