Further information on Jasper County Residents


Note: The four Clarks were brothers, another is buried in Gallia Co, OH


Civil War, Lt. Co. E, 1st Ohio H.A.(per Jasper Cemeteries)
Soldier in Civil War: 1st Hvy. Arty. Co. G, E 2nd Lt.
Name:Noah S Clark ,
Enlistment Date:23 August 1862
Distinguished Service:DISTINGUISHED SERVICE
Side Served:Union
State Served:Ohio
Unit Numbers:1740 1740 1718 1718
Service Record: Enlisted as a Sergeant 1st Class on 23 August 1862 at the age of 21
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Jacob S Clark (buried Trexler Cemetery, Jasper, IL)
Name:Jacob S Clark ,
Enlistment Date:02 May 1864
Distinguished Service:DISTINGUISHED SERVICE
Side Served: Union
State Served:Ohio
Unit Numbers: 1771 1771
Civil War Service Record:Enlisted as a Corporal on 02 May 1864 at the age of 26
Enlisted in Company E, 141st Infantry Regiment Ohio on 02 May 1864.
Mustered out Company E, 141st Infantry Regiment Ohio on 03 September 1864 in Gallipolis, OH
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Jeptha Clark (buried Trexler Cemetery, Jasper, IL)
Pvt, 192 Ohio Inf
Sergt, Co. B, 193 Ohio Inf
Film Number M552 roll 19
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John Roe (buried South Muddy Cemetery, Jasper, IL)
CIVIL WAR: Military records in the National Archives indicate his dates of
service in Co D 22nd KY Inf. were 24 Oct 1861 to 30 Jun 1862. He was charged with desertion on 22 Mar 1863. He was reported to be ill several times from Jan through June 1862 and is listed as AWOL for Jul 1862 through Feb 1863. The desertion charge was rescinded in 1885 and discharge date was set at 30 Jun1862
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