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Official Roster
of
Soldiers of the State of Ohio
in the
War of the Rebellion
1861-1866
Vol. VI.
70th-86th Regiments - Infantry
buried in the state of Ohio

Compiled Under Direction of the Roster Commission:
Joseph B. Foraker, Governor        James S. Robinson, Sec'y of State
H. A. Axline, Adjutant-General
Published by Authority of the General Assembly
Akron, O.:
The Werner Ptg. and Mfg. Co.
1888

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SEVENTY-FIRST OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

THREE YEARS' SERVICE.

VOL. VI.

70th OVI
Started

71st OVI
Started
72d OVI 73d OVI 74th OVI 75th OVI 76th OVI 77th OVI 78th OVI 79th OVI 80th OVI 81st OVI
82d OVI                      

 

71st O. V. I. -

Field & Staff
Finished

Co. A
Started
Co. B
Started
Co. C
Started
Co. D
Started
Co. E
Started
Co. F
Started
Co. G.
Started
Co. H.
Started
Co. I
Started
Co. K
Started
 

Unassigned Recruits
Finished

                   

NOTE:  These will be completed upon request ~ Sharon Wick
 


71ST REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY.

COMPANY D.

    Mustered in from Oct. 17 to Dec. 12, 1861, at Camp Tod., O., by Smith H. Clark, Captain 71st O. V. I.  Mustered out Nov. 30, 1865, at San Antonio, Tex., by David A. Geiger, Captain 15th O. V. I.

Names. Rank. Age. Date of
Entering the
Service
Period of
Service
Remarks:
Page 55 -
Smith H. Clarke Captain 44 Oct. 15, 1861 3 yrs. Appointed Dec. 14, 1861; discharged Aug. 29, 1862.
Charles E. Lewis do 26 Nov. 26, 1861 3 yrs. Promoted from 2d Lieutenant Co. E Nov. 1, 1862; resigned April 17, 1863.
Joseph R. Goodwin          
James Johnson          
HOrace M. Drury          
Everah C. Le Blond          
John L. Davis          
Jacob Fike          
Creed T. Green          
John Wright          
Levi L. Dysert          
Cyrus Buck          
James F. Timmonds          
William Murlin          
John J. Phillips          
William Craft          
Thomas Green          
Abraham Mussulman          
William M. Rutledge          
Jacob Eichar          
George W. Collins          
Jacob G. Fast          
Amos J. Hine          
Christopher Kinkly          
Eben McKaig          
McKendree Murlin          
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Persifor F. Robinson Musician 43 Dec. 10, 1861 3 yrs. On muster-in roll; no further record found. - See Note 1
Adam, Augustus          
Ayres, Lewis          
Bolton, Orison          
Borcoff, Samuel          
Baker, John W.          
Buckmaster, Thomas          
Blake, Harrison          
Bogart, John B.          
Ball, Thomas          
Brown, Benjamin F.          
Craft, Harvey          
Crane, Evan S.          
Clempson, Henry          
Cook, Edwin          
Collins, Henry A. W.          
Cantwell, John          
Coat, John W.          
Coat, Thomas          
Crane, Amos          
Davis, Francis M.          
Davis, John          
Fowler, John A.          
Fast, Abraham do 22 Feb. 22, 1864 3 yrs. Mustered out with company Nov. 30, 1865.
Frederick, George do 36 Feb. 26, 1864 3 yrs. Mustered out with company Nov. 30, 1865.
French, Ambrose O. do 25 Nov. 4, 1861 3 yrs. Mustered out Dec. 15, 1864, at Nashvill, Tenn., on expiration of term of service
Gaven, Bernard do 19 Nov. 17, 1861 3 yrs. Mustered out with company Nov. 30, 1865; veteran.
Green, Henry do 17 Nov. 26, 1861 3 yrs. Discharged Sept. 9, 1862, at Columbus, O., on Surgeon's certificate of disability.
Graves, Gustavus A. do 26 Nov. 26, 1861 3 yrs. Died March 17, 1863, at Columbus, O.
Ginter, Noah do 19 Feb. 27, 1864 3 yrs. Mustered out with company Nov. 30, 1865.
Huffman, Jacob A. do 19 Oct. 17, 1861 3 yrs. Mustered out to date July 23, 1865, by order of War Department; veteran.
Huffman, Henry J. R. do 25 Nov. 17, 1861 3 yrs. Discharged July 15, 1865, at Camp Dennison, O.; veteran.
Hankins, Lafayette do 18 Nov. 17, 1861 3 yrs. Discharged Sept. 1, 1862, at Columbus, O., on Surgeon's certificate of disability.
Hankins, Philip do 27 Dec. 1, 1861 3 yrs. Discharged Sept. 1, 1862, at Columbus, O., on Surgeon's certificate of disability.
Henkle, Andrew J. do 20 Dec. 10, 1861 3 yrs. Mustered out with company Nov. 30, 1865; veteran.
Henkle, Thomas J. do 25 Jan. __, 1862 3 yrs. Mustered out with company Nov. 30, 1865; veteran.
Hall, James F. do 25 Feb. __, 1862 3 yrs. Mustered out with company Nov. 30, 1865; veteran.
Hines, Abbey do 18 Jan. 11, 1864 3 yrs. Mustered out with company Nov. 30, 1865.
Hays, Shannon do 19 Oct. 18, 1861 3 yrs. Died May 4, 1862, at Clarksville, Tenn.
Jackson, Emanuel do 28 Nov. 8, 1861 3 yrs. Never reported to company.
Johnson, George H. do 19 Dec. 10, 1861 3 yrs. Discharged Dec. 27, 1862, at Columbus, O., on Surgeon's certificate of disability.
Keopple, George W.          
Keopple, Gabriel          
Keopple, Joel M.          
Kiser, Asa          
Kiser, Levi A.          
Lang, William C.          
Long, Joel I.          
Lehman, John do 37 Mch. 7, 1865 1 yr. Musteredout with company Nov. 30, 1865. Veteran.
Lane, Stephen D. do 23 Nov. 17, 1861 3 yrs. Veteran
Laninger, Jonathan do 17 Nov. 17, 1861 3 yrs. Discharged to date Sept. 2, 1862, on Surgeon's certificate of disability.
Laninger, John do 46 Nov. 17, 1861 3 yrs. Discharged March 31, 1863, at Columbus, O., on Surgeon's certificate of disability.
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Laninger, George Private 18 Dec. 2, 1861 3 yrs. Discharged Oct. 31, 1864, at Columbus, O., on
Laninger, Edward          
McKaig, Jay          
McCullough, John          
Moody, Wilson S.          
Moody, Darius          
Murlin, Orlando          
Murlin, Liberty P.          
Marbaugh, Frederick          
May, Frederick          
Miller, Peter E.          
Mapes, Wayne          
Moffitt, Lawrence W.          
Nolan, James M.          
Nickel, Benjamin do 51 Dec. 7, 1861 3 yrs. Died May 16, 1862, at Clarksville, Tenn.
O'Connell, Thomas do 40 Feb. 26, 1864 3 yrs. Insane; escaped from hospital train while en-route to San Antonio, Tex.
Poling, Henry          
Powell, John L.          
Rutledge, John W.          
Rankins, Henry C.          
Rankin, Henry C.          
Rathbun, Jermaine          
Ross, Theodore M.          
Roberson, William H.          
Risk, Abner B.          
Ralstone, David M.          
Smith, John          
Shepler, John P.          
Sabin, Charles          
Sherer, Joseph          
Sullivan, John N. do 21 Feb. 11, 1864 3 yrs.  
Thomas, Charles W. do 20 Feb. __, 1862 3 yrs. Mustered out with company Nov. 30, 1865; veteran.
Van Horn, Henry do 18 Feb. 26, 1864 3 yrs. Killed Dec. 15, 1864, in battle of Nashville, Tennessee.
Van Horn, Abraham do 18 Feb. 16, 1864 3 yrs. Died Sept. 24, 1865, at San Antonio, Tex.
Webb, John D. do 22 Oct. 17, 1861 3 yrs. Never reported to company
Wooden, George do 23 Oct. 19, 1861 3 yrs. Mustered out Dec. 15, 1864, at Nashville, Tenn., on expiration of term of service.
Whitley, Joel M. do 15 Nov. 8, 1861 3 yrs. Reduced from Musician ____; mustered out with company Nov. 30, 1865; veteran.
Widmeyer, Peter do 28 Nov. 19, 1861 3 yrs. Killed April 7, 1862, in battle of Shiloh, Tenn.
Widmeyer, Thomas do 41 Dec. 7, 1861 3 yrs. Discharged Oct. 4, 1862, at Columbus, O., on Surgeon's certificate of disability.
Wolfe, George W. do 18 Feb. 24, 1864 3 yrs. Mustered out with company Nov 30, 1865
Wolfe, Jacob B. do 28 Feb. 25, 1864 3 yrs. Mustered out with company Nov 30, 1865
Wolfe, William H. do 20 Feb. 25, 1864 3 yrs. Died March 15, 1864, at Columbus, O.
Wiley, James K. do 18 Feb. 26, 1864 3 yrs. Mustered out with company Nov 30, 1865
Yocum, Cyrus do 31 Oct. 27, 1861 3 yrs. Killed Dec. 15, 1864, in battle  of Nashville, Tenn.; veteran.

NOTE 1:
Marriage:
Percifer F. Robinson, Male, married Susan P. Moore on Jan. 25, 1846 at Mercer, Ohio

1850 Census - Dacatur, Adams Co., Indiana on Aug. 14, 1850
Dwelling 37 - Family 37
P. F. Robinson - 31 M - Cabinet Maker - $250 - b. Penn
Susan P. " - 24 F - b. New
____ " - 3 F - b. Ohio
John J. - 3/12 M - b. Ind.
Phebe Moore - 65 f b. Vt.
---- Source: Year: 1850; Census Place: Decatur, Adams, Indiana; Roll: 135; Page: 3a

1860 Census - Dublin Township, Mercer Co., Ohio - P. O. Shanesville on June 22, 1860
Dwelling 455 - Family 458 -
Persifer Robinson - 42 M - Cabinet Maker - RE$600 - Pers$350 - b. Penna
Susan P. " - 31 F - b. NY
Dist__ " - 13 F - b. Ohio
John J. " - 10 M - b. Ind
Mary J. " - 2 F - b. Ind.
---- Source:  Year: 1860; Census Place: Dublin, Mercer, Ohio; Roll: M653_1009; Page: 320; Family History Library Film: 805009

1870 Census - Town of Shanes Crossing, Dublin Twp., Mercer Co., Ohio on June 17, 1870
Dwelling 265  Family 167
Robinson, Percifer F. - 51 M W - Cabinet Maker - RE$800 - Pers$300 - b. Pennsylvania
" , Susan - 45 F W - Keeps House - b. NY
" , John J. - 19 M W - farm laborer - b. IN
" , Mary J. - 11 F W - At School - b. IN
" , Emma D. - 5 F W - At School - b. OH
" , George E. - 1 M W - At Home - b. OH
---- Source: Year: 1870; Census Place: Dublin, Mercer, Ohio; Roll: M593_1243; Page: 66B

1880 Census - Dublin Twp., Mercer Co., Ohio on June 28, 1880 as follows:
Dwelling No. 39 - Family No. 43 -
Robinson, Persifer F. - W M 61  Married - Cabinet Maker - b. Pen
" , Susan T. - W F 54 - Wife - Married - Keeping House - b. NY
" , George E. - W M 11 - Son - Single - b. O
---- Source: Year: 1880; Census Place: Shanes Crossing, Mercer, Ohio; Roll: 1048; Page: 386D; Enumeration District: 182

1887 Death
Persifer F. Robison, born Oct. 13, 1818 at Ashland Co., Ohio, died Nov. 29, 1887; buried Dec. 1, 1887 at Rockford, Ohio at Smith Cemetery.  He was a musician in the Army; Frank Robison was next of Kin.  Relationship: Grandson.
NOTE:  He can be found at www.findagrave.com at Memorial No. 44357406 where his photo is posted. - See Photo

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