The Athens Messenger and Herald, September 20, 1894

  • Frost -- The annual reunion of the 63rd O. V. I. will be held at this place, October 3 and 4, 1894. Comrade Sol. H. Johnston, president of the association request as many as possible of the 63rd by to "fall in for roll call" on the first day of the reunion. Gen C. H. Grosvenor and other eminent speakers will be present.

The Athens Messenger, July 30, 1863

Civil War

Money from Co. B. 36th Regiment
Ed. Messenger: Sir: - For the benefit of the noble boys of Company B. 36th Regiment O.V.I., will you please publish the following list of names, also the amount of money sent home by them in care of their friends. The list being headed by Capt. E. P. Henry, followed by 22 of his gallant company, which are at all times deserving of the highest respect and credit, for their indomitable patriotism - and occasional public notices due them.

  • Cap. E.P. Henry to Almon Henry - $400
  • Sert't R.C. Wyatt to Father - 50
  • Lieut. Jesse Morrow to Chas. Morrow - 350
  • Seg't Sylvester Dent to Asa Dent - 45
  • Corp. Wm. T. Johnson to Mother -30
  • Julius H. Dean to C. J. Brown -40
  • Harvey Henry to Father -35
  • Amos Dille to Louis Dille -40
  • Nicholas Blancet to Wife -40
  • John Painter to Asher Painter -40
  • George Whaley to Father -60
  • John Evenor to Father -50
  • P.L. Brawley to Brother -40
  • Thos. B. Linscott to Susan Linscott - 25
  • David Gilchrist to Father -20
  • Marshall Walker to Geo. L. Walker -20
  • Jason Payne to C.M. Linscott -45
  • Marion Alloways to T.L. Deweese -20
  • Samuel Harriett to Geo. L. Walker -90
  • Chas. O. Green to Jas. Patterson -40
  • J. Noyer to N.W. Dean -70
  • John Huffman to Geo. W. Huffman -35
  • Henry C. Eggleston to Mother -30
  • Total $1615

Respectfully, A.B. Glazier
Amesville, July 27th, 1863

The Athens Messenger, Thursday Morning, February 15, 1883, pg 5

  • --In a general order issued last Saturday, Colonel C.C. Clarke, Commander of the Department of Ohio, Grand Army of the Republic, the mustering district composed of the counties of Athens and Hocking was assigned to Mustering Officer Frank T Towsley.

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