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Source:
History of Belpre, Washington Co., Ohio
By C. E. Dickinson, D. D.
Formerly Pastor of Congregational Church
Author of the History of First Congregational Church
Marietta, Ohio
Published for the Author by
Globe Printing & Binding Company
Parkersburg, West Virginia
1920

CHAPTER XIV
Page 144

ROLL OF HONOR COPIED FROM WILLIAMS HISTORY OF WASHINGTON COUNTY
PREPARED BY S. J. HATHAWAY, ESQ.

ALLEN, Davis C., Volunteer 1862, three years, Ninety-second Regiment, Company G, Sergeant, in battles of Chattanooga, Mission Ridge and Lookout Mountain.
ALLEN, Harvey G., Volunteer, May, 1864, one hundred days, One Hundred and Forty-eighth Regiment, Company H, private, served four months, discharged Sept. 14th, 1864
ALLEN, Loring P.
ARMSTRONG, Alexander H., age 22, Volunteer, September 25, 1864, One Hundred and Eighty-third Regiment, Company D, Second Lieutenant, died May 8th, 1865, from exposure while in camp.
BARKLEY, Samuel W., age 18, Volunteer, January, 1862, Seventy-third Regiment, Company F, Corporal, served two years, died May 22, 1864, fought at Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, Lookout Valley and Rasaca, where he was mortally wounded, May 15th
BARROWS, James K., Volunteer, discharged.
BATTON, Lewis M., Volunteer, May 1864, one hundred days, One Hundred and Forty-eighth Regiment, Company H, private, served four months, discharged Sept. 14, 1864.
BARCUS, James M., Volunteer, May, 1853, one hundred days, One Hundred and Forty-eighth Regiment, Company H, private, served four months, discharged Sep. 14, 1864.
BERRY, William, First Light Artillery, Company H.
BELLOWS, Benjamin T., Volunteer private, honorably discharged, May 31st, 1865.


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BELLOWS, Orin M., age 22, Volunteer, August, 1862, three years, Ninety Second Regiment, Company G, private, served six months, died Feb. 26, 1863, of brain fever.
BELLOWS, Abram M., age 18, Volunteer, Feb. 22, 1863, Ninety-first Regiment, Company B, private.
BODKIN, William Wallace, age 17, Volunteer, Oct. 30th, 1861, Seventy-third Regiment, Company F, private, discharged, May 30th, 1864, wounded at Gettysburg, very severely, and re-enlisted as a veteran in 1865.
BODKIN, Charles, age 43, Volunteer, Aug. 15, 1862, Seventh Cavalry Regiment, Company I, private, served one year and eight months, captured at Rogersville, Tennessee, taken to Belle Isle, removed sick to hospital at Richmond, where he died Apr. 7, 1864.
BRECKENRIDGE, D. M., Volunteer, May 18, 1864, one hundred days, One Hundred and Forty-eighth Regiment, Company H, private, attained rank of Adjutant Clerk, served four months, discharged Sept. 14th, 1864.
BRECKENRIDGE, Charles D., Volunteer, May 8, 1864, one hundred days, One Hundred and Forth-eighth Regiment, Company H, private, served four months, discharged Sept. 14th, 1864, disabled and not on duty, but re-enlisted with One Hundred and Seventy-ninth Regiment, Company H, Sept. 28, 1864, and was discharged with regiment.
BLOW, John H., Volunteer, Ninety-second Regiment, private, attained rank of Corporal, discharged Jan. 28, 1865.
BLOUGH, Rufus, Volunteer, one hundred days, One Hundred and Forty-eighth Regiment, Company H, private, died July 7, 1864, a camp disease and measles.
BERRY, James B., age 38, Volunteer 1864, one hundred days, One Hundred and Forty-Eighth Regiment, Company H, private, discharged, Sept. 14, 1864.
BELLOWS, Avery S., age 24, Volunteer, Aug. 9, 1862, three years, Ninety-second Regiment, Company G, private, served one year and four months, discharged Dec. 19, 1863, sick ten months, discharged for disability.
BROWN, John A., age 29, Volunteer, May, 1864, one hundred days, One Hundred and Forth-eighth Regiment, Company H, Orderly Sergeant, served four months, discharged Sept. 14, 1864.
COX, Jefferson, Seventh Cavalry, Company I.
CAMPBELL, Charles H., age 40, Volunteer, May, 1864, one hundred days, One Hundred and Forth-eighth Regiment, Company H, Corporal, served four months, discharged Sept. 14th, 1864.
CAMPBELL, Theodore W., age 20, Volunteer, May 18, 1864, one hundred days, One Hundred and Forty-eighth Regiment, Company H, private, four months, discharged, Sept. 14th, 1864.
CLARK, John, age 23, Volunteer, three years, Seventy-third Regiment, Company F, private, died Aug., 1862, from a gun shot wound received in the battle of Bull Run.
CAMPBELL, Currun, Volunteer, Aug. 4, 1862, private, injured by accident June 9th, 1863, remained in hospital till August 14th.
CLARK, John J., age 31, Volunteer, August, 1862, three years, Ninety-second Regiment, Company G, private, three years, discharged June 29th, 1865.  In March 1864 was transferred to Company H, Veteran Reserve Corps, wounded at Fort Stephens, District Columbia, July 12, 1864.
CLARK, Jacob, Seventy-third Regiment, Company F, killed in action at Cross Keys.
CHICK, John C., One Hundred and Sixteenth Regiment, Company I.
COLE, William R., age 19, Volunteer, July 27, 1861, three years, Thirty-ninth Regiment, Company K, private, served one year discharged Oct. 14, 1862 for disability.
COLEMAN, Alfred, Thirty-ninth Regiment, Company K.
CURTIS, Henry C., Volunteer, May 18, 1864, one hundred days, One Hundred and Forty-eighth Regiment, Company H, First Lieutenant, four months, discharged, Sept. 18, 1864.
DALZELL, James, age 24, Aug. 4, 1862, three years, Ninety-second Regiment, Company G, private, served three years, captured at Carthage, Tennessee, Mar. 8, 1863, taken to Libby prison, parolled and exchanged in June,  and discharged with regiment, June, 1865.
DAVIS, J. T., age 18, Volunteer, May 18, 1864, one hundred days, One Hundred Forty-eighth Regiment, served four months, discharged Sept. 14th, 1864, sick most of the time and out, returned and was discharged with his Company.
DAVIDSON, Eli, age 34, Volunteer, May 18, 1864, served one hundred days.  One Hundred and Forty-eighth Regiment, Company H, Corporal, died 1865, taken sick at City Point, remained in hospital till two weeks after discharge of Regiment and returned home.
DEEBLE, Charles H., age 17, Volunteer, Mar. 4, 1864, Seventy-third Regiment, Company F, Musician, attained the rank of Orderly, served one year and four months, discharged July 20, 1865, was in all the battles of his regiment after his enlistment, and discharged with it.
DEEBLE, Joseph, age 42, Volunteer, May 18, 1864, one hundred days, One Hundred and Forty-eighth Regiment, Company H, Wagon Master, served four months, discharged Sept. 14, 1864, died Oct. 8th, 1864.
DEXTER, John L., age 27, Volunteer, Aug. 2, 1861, Thirty-ninth Regiment, Company F, private, served three years and two months, discharged July, 1865, neither sick, captured or wounded during service.
DEXTER, Francis, age 25, Volunteer, May 18th, 1864, One Hundred and Forty-eighth Regiment, Company H, private, discharged August, 1864, sick but not wounded or captured during service.
DUSTIN, Charles E., age 49, Volunteer, 1862, Seventy-third Regiment, Company D, private, served three weeks, killed at Bull Run three weeks after enlistment; had previously served in the Florida War.
ESKEY, Samuel S., age 31, Volunteer, May 18, 1864, one hundred days, One Hundred and Forty-eighth Regiment, Company H, private, served four months, died September, 1864.
FLETCHER, Amasa S., age 19, Volunteer, August 25, 1862, Ninety-second Regiment, Company G, private, served two years and nine months, discharged May 18th, 1865, wounded at Atlanta, Georgia and disabled for several months.
FISH, David, Seventy-third Regiment, Company F, died 1862.
FLOWERS, Counree, O., age 24, Volunteer, Aug. 25, 1862, three years, Seventh Cavalry, Company I, attained the rank of Orderly, served three years, mustered out July 4, 1865.
FLOWERS, George, age 25, Volunteer, Mar. 7, 1863, One Hundred and Ninety-sixth Regiment, Company F, private discharged Mar. 13, 1865, sick and discharged from hospital.
FLETCHER, John V., age 19, Volunteer, August, 1861, Thirty-ninth Regiment, Company B, private, honorably discharged at close of term and re-enlisted in teh Thirty-ninth Ohio Volunteer Infantry.
FLETCHER, Henry H., age 15, Volunteer, September, 1861, Ninth Virginia Regiment, Company D, Adjutant, attained the rank of Orderly, honorably discharged at the close of term and re-enlisted in the Fourth Ohio Volunteer Infantry.
FORBES, Leander, Seventh Cavalry, Company H, died Mar. 5, 1865.
FROST, Charles, Ninth Virginia Regiment, Company K.
FOSTER, William, age 24, Volunteer, 1862, three years, Seventy-fifth Regiment, Company D, private, discharged December, 1864.
FRAZER, Amos, Seventy-fifth Regiment, Company D.
GILCHRIST, Daniel N., age 19, Volunteer, May 1864, one hundred days, One Hundred and Forth-eighth Regiment Company H, private, served four months, discharged September, 1864.
GALBRAITH, John, age 18, Volunteer, Nov. 7, 1862, Seventy-third Regiment, Company D, private, served two years and eight months, discharged July 26, 1865.
GALBREATH, Archibald,, age 21, Volunteer, Nov., 1861, Eleventh Virginia Regiment, Company D, private, served seven months, discharged June 1862, after his discharged re-enlisted in Company K, Second Ohio Heavy Artillery.
GALBRAITH, James, age 20, Volunteer, August, 1862; Ninety-second Regiment, Company G, private, served three years, discharged 1865, captured at Chickamauga, Sept. 20, 1863, imprisoned in Belle Isle, Libby, Andersonville, Danville, Charleston and Florence prisons.  Exchanged Mar. 4, 1865, sick for seven weeks, then sent home and discharged.
GREEN, James M., age 23, Volunteer, August, 1861, Thirty-ninth Regiment, Company K, Corporal, attained the rank of Sergeant, discharged, sick with typhoid fever and camp disease and then in active service, discharged and re-enlisted as a veteran September 28, 1864, in Company H, One Hundred and Seventy-ninth Regiment and discharged with Company, June 17, 1865.
GREEN, Andrew J.
HALL, John D., age 29, Volunteer, May 1864, one hundred days, One Hundred and Fortieth Regiment, Company H, private, died, 1864, taken with measles and died a few weeks after enlistments.
HALL, James, age 20, Volunteer, May 1864, one hundred days, One Hundred and Forty-eighth Regiment, Company H, private, died in hospital at Bermuda Hundred 1864.
HALL, Jeremiah, age 22, Volunteer, May 1864, one hundred days, One Hundred and Forty-eighth Regiment, Company H, died of measles in hospital at Point of Rocks, 1864.
HAZE, Truman, Volunteer, May 1864, one hundred days, One Hundred and Forty-eighth Regiment, Company H, private taken sick at City Point and died in hospital at Washington after discharge of Regiment in 1864.
HITCHCOCK, Myson K. Volunteer, 1862, One Hundred and Sixteenth Regiment, Company B, Corporal, attained the rank of Chief Orderly, mortally wounded at Petersburg, died May 22, 1865.
HUTCHINSON, John, Ninety-second Regiment, Company G.
HUNTER, George, age 41 Volunteer, May 1864, one hundred days, One Hundred and forty-eighth Regiment Company H,,, private, taken sick and left in hospital partially recovering rejoined his regiment again taken sick and died July 1, 1864.
HORTON, D. B., Third Iowa Cavalry, Company I.
HENDERSON, Warren, age 59, Volunteer, May 1864, one hundred days, One Hundred and Forth eighth Regiment, Company H, private, taken sick at City Point and died in hospital at Fortress Monroe, Aug. 27, 1864.
JOHNSTON, Valentine E., age 46, Volunteer, Nov. 7, 1862, three years. Seventy-third Regiment, Company H, private, taken sick at City Point and died in hospital at Fortress Monroe, Aug. 27, 1864.
JOHNSTON, Joseph W., age 20, Volunteer, Nov. 11, 1861, Seventy-third Regiment, Company F, Private, attained the rank of Color Corporal, mustered out July 20, 1865, wounded twice.
JOHNSTON, James P., age 23, Volunteer, Aug. 8, 1862, three years, Seventy-third Regiment, private, served three years, mustered out Jan. 20, 1865.
KIRKPATRICK, Henry, age 19, Volunteer, three years, Seventy-third Regiment, Company F, private, attained the rank of Corporal, died Aug. 27, 1863.
KIRKPATRICK, T. M., age 20, Volunteer, three years, Seventy-third Regiment, Company F, private, died Sept. 5, 1852, of wounds, at Alexander, Virginia.
KIRKPATRICK, C. B., Volunteer, three years, Seventy-third Regiment, Company F, private, Sergeant, discharged in 1862 for disability.
LOCKWOOD, Hugh, age 22, Volunteer, February 1865, Kentucky Cavalry, private, honorably discharged, May 1865, for disability.
LORING, Franklin, Volunteer, July 1862, three years, Ninety-second Regiment, Company G, Captain, served three years, mustered out July 10, 1865.
LORING, Corwin, age 21, Volunteer, May 1864, one hundred days, One Hundred and Forty-eighth Regiment, Company H, private, served four months, mustered out Sept. 14, 1864.
LORING, Corwin H., Forty-seventh Iowa regiment, private, died in 1863 at Helena Arkansas.
LYLE, George, Volunteer, Seventy-third Regiment, Company F, private.
McCULLOUGH, H., Thirty-ninth Regiment, Company K.
McFARLAND, S. R. W., age 22, Volunteer, Aug. 29, 1862, three years, Seventh Cavalry, Company H, private, attained the rank of Corporal, served three years, mustered out July 1865, wounded near Pulaska, Tennessee.
MENZIE, Rufus C. age 43, Volunteer, August, 1862, three years, Ninety-second Regiment, Company G, private, served two years and ten months, mustered out June 10, 1865.
MITSTEAD, Isaac, Second Virginia Regiment, Company K.
MITCHELL, John, Seventy-third Regiment, Company F.
MASEL, James, Ninety Second Regiment, Company G.
MOORE, Anstead, Seventy-fifth Regiment, Company I.
NEWPORT, J. Ross, Volunteer, Sept. 1, 1862, three years, Seventy Cavalry, Company H, Sergeant, served one year and three months, died, Dec. 11, 1863, mortally wounded at Morristown, December 10th.
NOLAND, George W., age 29, Volunteer, May 1864, One Hundred and Twenty-second Regiment, Company B, private served ten months, mustered out July 30, 1865.
O'NEIL, Ezra H., age 21, Volunteer, Nov. 18, 1861, three years, Seventy-third Regiment, Company F, private, attained the rank of Orderly Sergeant, served two years and three months, honorably discharged February, 1864.  Severely wounded at Gettysburg.
POWELL, Jesse, age 20, Volunteer, August, 1864, had been a slave, enlisted in a colored regiment in Columbus.
PLUMLEY, William, age 33, drafted, died in 1863 before he got to a regiment.
PLUMLEY, J.
REID, James, Volunteer, Jan. 1864, Seventy-third Regiment, Company F, private, served one eyar and five months, honorably discharged for disability, June, 1865.
RUTHERFORD, Jacob, age 28, Volunteer, Navy Ensign, resigned June 20, 1865.
RUTHERFORD, Josiah S., age 23, Volunteer, Sept. 25, 1862, three years, Seventh Cavalry, Company H, private, served two years and ten months, mustered out July, 1865. 
ROBINSON, William, age 20, Volunteer, May 1864, one hundred days, One Hundred and Forty-eighth Regiment, Company H, private, served four months, mustered out Sept. 14, 1864, re-enlisted Feb. 1865 Thirty-sixth Regiment, Company H, private, served six months, mustered out July 27th, 1865.
SHIPE, Isaac N., Volunteer, Dec. 31, 1861, three years, Seventy-third Regiment, Company F, private, served three years, mustered out in 1864, re-enlisted 1864 three years, Seventy-third Regiment, Company F, private, served seven months, mustered out July 20, 1865, wounded at Cross Keys, Dec. 9, 1864, captured and in prison three months at Florence, South Carolina, paroled, March, 1865.
SHIPE, John A., Volunteer, three years, seventy-third Regiment, Company F, private, wounded at Bull Run, fell back and never since seen or heard from
STONE, George G., age 20, Volunteer, three years, Seventy-third Regiment, Company F, died July 25, 1863 of softening of the brain.
STONE, Edward D., age 22, Volunteer, Aug. 10, 1861, three years, Thirty-ninth Regiment, Company K, private, attained the rank of Orderly Sergeant, served four years mustered out July 1865.
STONE, Charles W., age 22, Volunteer, three years, Seventy-third Regiment, Company F, attained rank of Second Lieutenant, resigned July 5, 1864.
STONE, John M., age 22, Volunteer, June 1861, three years, Thirty-ninth Regiment, Company K, Corporal, attained rank of Quartermaster Clerk, servd three years, mustered out in 1864.
STONE, Bradley B., age 21, Volunteer, Aug, 1862, three years, Ninety-second Regiment, Company G, Sergeant, attained rank of Captain, served three years, mustered out June 10, 1865.
STONE, Bolivar S., age 38, Volunteer, May 1864, one hundred days, One Hundred and Forty-eighth Regiment, Company H, private, died July 17, 1864.
STONE, Augustus D., age 28, Volunteer, May 1864, one hundred days, One Hundred and Forty-eighth Regiment, Company H, private, mustered out Sept. 14th, 1864.
STONE, Franklin, age 25, Volunteer, May 1864, one hundred days, One Hundred and Forty-eighth Regiment, Company H, private.
STONEMAN, Philip, age 19, Volunteer, Aug. 2, 1861, three years, Thirty-ninth Regiment, Company K, private, served three years, eddied July 22, 1864, killed at Atlanta.
STONEMAN, William.
SCHRAM, Henry, age 21, Volunteer, 1861, three years, artillery, died July 4, 1863.
STAGE, Andrew, Seventh Cavalry, Company K.
STARLING, Marion, age 16, Volunteer, March, 1864, One Hundred and sixteenth Regiment, Company I, private.
SHAW, Jacob H., age 20, Volunteer, August, 1862, three years, Ninety Second Regiment, Company G, Corporal attained rank of Orderly SErgeant, served three years, mustered out July 10, 1865, wounded at Mission Ride, November 25, 1864.
SWEEZY, Francis M., age 17, Volunteer, Nov. 7, 1862, three years, Seventy-third Regiment, Company, H, private, attained rank of Corporal, served two and two-thirds years, mustered out July 1865, captured at Gettysburg, Aug. 21, 1863 taken to Belle Isle and parolled.
SWEEZY, John, age 17, Volunteer, May 1864, one hundred days, One Hundred and Forty-eighth Regiment, Company H, private, four months, mustered out Sept. 14, 1864, second enlistment Feb. 9, 1865, Sixth Virginia Regiment, private, mustered out June 20, 1865.
SHIRE, William, Seventy-fifth Regiment, Company H.
SWAN, Samuel B, age 19, Volunteer, Aug. 4, 1862, Ninety-second Regiment, Company G, private, attained rank of Corporal, served three years discharged June 19, 1865.
SWAN, David R., age 19, Volunteer, February 1865, One Hundred and Ninety-first Regiment, Company B, private.
SLOTER, Michael F., age 30, Volunteer, Aug. 11, 1862, three years, Ninety-second Regiment, Company G, private served three years, discharged June 10, 1865, was sick and detained as nurse in hospital, never in action.
SCHOONOVER, Augustus D., Volunteer, Sept. 12, 1862, three years, Seventh Cavalry, Company I, private, served three years, mustered out July 4, 1865.
SCHOONOVER, Walter H., age 23, Volunteer, Sept. 12, 1862, three years, Seventh Cavalry, Company I, Corporal, served three years, mustered out, July 4, 1865.
SCHOONOVER, Jacob F., age 20, Volunteer, Feb. 22, 1865, One Hundred and Ninety-first Regiment, Company B., private attained Sergeant.
SHOTWELL, Isaac, Volunteer, May 1864, one hundred days, One Hundred and Forty-eighth Regiment, Company H, private, served four months, discharged Sept., 1864, sick in hospital at return of Regiment.
SHOTWELL, Ezra M., age 19, Volunteer, May 1864, one hundred days, One Hundred and Forty-eighth Regiment, Company A, private, served four months, discharged Sept., 1864.
SMITH, Arnold, Volunteer, Eleventh Virginia Regiment, Company A, Drum Major, attained Color Bearer.
SMITH, S. C. H., Seventh Cavalry, Company H.
STARR, George W., age 22, Volunteer, Sept. 14, 1862, three years, Third Virginia Cavalry, Company E,, private, attained First Lieutenant, served three years, mustered out June 30, 1865, detached on various duties.
STONEMAN, William, age 15, Volunteer, Aug. 2, 1861, three years, Thirty-ninth Regiment, Company K, private, killed at Strickers Gap.
TEETERS, George W., Ninety-second Regiment, Company G.
TRAVIS, Ezra, age 18, Volunteer, Aug. 15, 1861, three years, Seventy-third Regiment, Company F, private, captured at Atlanta and in prison at Andersonville and at Jackson, Florida, and released April, 1865.
TRAVIS, Lewis, age 19, Volunteer, May, 1864, one hundred days, One Hundred and Forty-eighth Regiment, Company H, private, served four months, discharged September, 1864.
TRAVIS, William, age 29, Volunteer, Aug. 11, 1862, three years, Ninety-second Regiment, Company F, private, discharged June 19, 1865.
TRAVIS, Jacob, age 23, Volunteer, Aug. 11, 1862, three years, Ninety-second Regiment, Company F, private, discharged June 19, 1865, captured at Chickamauga but escaped.
TEMPLAR, Austin, Volunteer, Aug. 7, 1862, three years, Ninety-second Regiment, Company G, private, served three years, discharged June 19th, 1865, wounded at Chickamauga and at Savannah.
TEMPLAR, Aaron, Volunteer.
THORPE, Martin R., age 18, Volunteer, December 1861, Seventy-fifth Regiment, private, attained adjutant, wounded at Chancellorsville, re-enlisted as a veteran.
VanGILDEN, George H., age 19, Volunteer, February, 1864, Thirty-ninth Regiment, Company K, private, discharged July, 1865.
WATSON, John K., age 24, Volunteer, May, 1864, one hundred days, One Hundred and Forth-eighth Regiment, Company H, private, served four months, discharged Sept. 14, 1864.
WATSON, Daily, age 20, Volunteer, May 1864, one hundred days, One Hundred and Forty-eighth Regiment, Company H, private, served four months, discharged September, 1864, was in hospital at Point of Rocks with measles and cap disease.
WATSON, Jacob, age 18, Volunteer, Aug. 11, 1862, three years, Ninety-second Regiment, Company F, private, served three yeras, discharged June 20, 1865, never off duty during enlistment.
WEAVER, Hanson, Volunteer, Jan. 23rd, 1862, three years, sixty-third Regiment, Company F, private.
WEAVER, William, Twenty-seventh Illinois, Company D.
WINANS, Francis, age 21, Volunteer, Jan. 28, 1862, three years, Sixty-third Regiment, Company F, private, died September 1862, of diphtheria.
WINANS, Benjamin, age 23, Volunteer, Jan. 23, 1862, three years, Sixty-third Regiment, Company F, captured near Atlanta, Georgia, in 1864 and imprisoned, exchanged and reached home in July 1865, in reduced condition.
WALKER, Henry M., Volunteer, May 1864, one hundred days, One Hundred and Forty-eighth Regiment, Company H, private, served four months, discharged September 1864.
WHITE, Leonard I., Seventy-fifth Regiment, Company D.
WHITE, Henry S., age 23, Volunteer, June 20, 1861, Thirty-ninth Regiment, Company K, private, served four years, discharged July 1865, re-enlisted in 1863 and was detailed for Clerk duty.
WHITE, Arastus H., age 19, Volunteer, Aug. 14, 1862 three years, One Hundred and Sixteenth Regiment, Company B, private, served three years discharged June 24th, 1865, wounded at Hatchers Run.
WHITE, Sidney P., age 19, Volunteer, Mar. 4, 1864, One Hundred and Sixteenth Regiment, Company B, private, attained Orderly, was in thirteen different actions and was transferred to Company B, Sixty-second Regiment.
WHITE, William W., age 21, Volunteer, Nov. 13, 1861, Seventy-fifth Regiment, Company D, private, died in hospital May 17, 1864 of intermittent fever, captured at Gettysburg and exchanged.
WILLIAMS, David, age 22, Volunteer, May 1864, One Hundred and Forty-eighth Regiment, Company H, private, served four months, discharged Sept. 14, 1864.
WILLIAMS, George W., Volunteer, May 1864, one hundred days, One Hundred and Forty-eighth Regiment, Company H, private, served four months, discharged Sept. 14, 1864.
WILLIAMS, George W., age 37, drafted, September, 1864, one year, Seventeenth Regiment, Company K, private, discharged 1865.

     The following were sick in hospitals when their regiment was discharged and their names do not appear in the Alphabetical List.

George ANDERSON, Volunteer, May 1864, one hundred days, One Hundred and Forty-eighth Regiment, Company H, private, served four months, discharged Sept. 14th, 1864.
Sanford DOWNS, Volunteer, May 2nd 1864, one hundred days, One Hundred and Forty-eighth Regiment, Company H, private, served four months, discharged Sept. 2, 1864.
George A. HOWE, Volunteer, enlisted in State Militia in 1861, and served on guard duty, enlisted May 1864, one hundred days, Corporal, served four months, discharged Sept. 14, 1864.
Douglas A. GILBERT, Volunteer, May 1864, one hundred days, One Hundred and Forty-eightttth Regiment, private, served four months, discharged Sept. 14, 1864. 

RECAPITULATION.

Huntingtons Battery ....................................... 11
Seventh Ohio Cavalry ....................................... 3
One each in Third Virginia Cavalry, Fifth Kentucky Calvalry and Third Iowa Cavalry.... 3
One Hundred Forty-eighth Ohio National Guards ....................................... 42
Ninety-second Ohio ....................................... 22
Seventy-third Ohio ....................................... 24
Thirty-ninth Ohio ....................................... 12
Seventh-fifth Ohio ....................................... 7
One Hundred and Sixteenth Ohio ....................................... 6
Sixty-third Ohio ....................................... 3
Ninth Virginia Infantry ....................................... 2
One Hundred and Ninety-first Ohio and Eleventh Virginia Infantry, two each ............. 4
One each in Second Virginia Infantry, Twenty-seventh Illinois, Forty-seventh Iowa, Seventy-first Ohio, Thirty-sixth Ohio, Ninety-first Ohio, One hundred and forty-first Ohio, One Hndred and Twenty-second Ohio, One Hundred and Ninety-sixth Ohio, One Hundred and Eighty-third Ohio, and ten not designated ....................................... 23
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     Total number of Soldiers ....................................... 162
     Died ....................................... 24

     The following was furnished by S. J. Hathaway, Esq., the compiler of this Roll of Honor, and belongs here because most of the men in this Company were from Belpre. 

THE BELPRE GUARDS.

     At the beginning of the War of the Rebellion, President Lincoln called for seventy-five thousand men as it was thought at the time, April, 1861, that this would be a sufficient number to put down the rebellion.  At the earnest solicitation of Governor Dennison of Ohio, General Geo. B. McClellan was sent with his army into West Virginia, then Old Virginia, and ordered to push on towards the mountains and drive the rebel army back beyond that barrier, for Governor Dennison saw if this was not done early in the war that the Ohio River was likely to become the border line between the contending forces.
     Under these conditions McClellan began his campaign into Virginia early in the Spring of 1861.  It was the first military movement of the war.  He had not more than got started on his campaign before the urgent need of more troops was upon him.  His lien of communications was poorly guarded, and beyond the Ohio River in Ohio the railroads were at the mercy of raiding parties from Virginia.
     Governor Dennison thereupon called for Ohio troops to volunteer their services for this important duty and many companies volunteered.  Accordingly on June 23rd, 1861, the Adjutant General of Ohio issued the order for the movement of Ohio militia and ten companies were placed along the B. & O. which was at that time known as the Marietta & Cincinnati Railroad.  Four of these companies were from Washington County as follows: Co. D First Regt. Ohio Volunteer Militia, Capt. Wm. B. Mason, The Fireman Zouaves, Captain S. F. Shaw, both companies from Marietta, the Harmar Company, Captain Joseph B. Daniels, and the Belpre Guards, Captain Frank H. Loring of Belpre, this county.  They served on this guard duty for about three months as above stated and deserve to be honored and remembered, because they did faithful and important service and their names are not included in the Ohio Roster of troops for the reason that none but those who were sworn into the U. S. service are included in that publication and we take pleasure in giving the names of Captain Lorings Company here, as included in History of Washington County, from which this list is copied.

NAMES OF OFFICERS AND MEN OF CAPTAIN
FRANK LORING'S COMPANY
Commissioned Officers

Captain - F. H. Loring; Lieutenant - James King.

Non Commissioned Officers.

Orderly Sergeant - A. P. Sherman.
Sergeants - J. L. O'Neal, John Mitchell, C. W. Stone, John Drain.
Corporals - A. H. Browning, P. W. Simpson, E. M. O'Neal, A. D. Stone.
Privates - H. G. Allen, L. C. Allen, James R. Barrows, George Ballard, Daniel Breckenridge, William Baker, W. W. Bodkin, William Berry, Samuel Barkley, Jacob Clark, A. F. Downer, Moses Dugan, George Dunlevy, J. G. Ellenwood, Councee Flowers, George Flowers, S. R. Forbes, George Gage, Alexander Gailbraith, George Hutchinson, John Haddow, George A. Howe, John Hutchinson, D. B. Horton, C. B. Kirkpatrick, Fremont Kirkpatrick, Henry Kirkpatrick, Corwin H. Loring, George Lysle, George M. Conaughey, Joseph Marsh, Joseph Miller, James Mendenhall, James McGaffey, J. F. Newport, J. R. Newport, M. Nowland, Joseph Noland, F. Odenaham, E. R. O'Neal, William Powell, James Powell, Josiah Rutherford, Jacob Rutherford, B. B. Stone, Frank Stone, George G. Stone, William F. Shee, Joseph Sterlin, William F. Sayre, Henry Schram, Harrison Smith, John A. Shipe, S. C. H. Smith, Milton Stone, F. B. Simpson, Martin Sharp, John Thompson, William White, Noah Welch.

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