Belmont County, Ohio
Genealogy and History

 



Belmont County
Civil War Soldiers


"Centennial History of Belmont County, Ohio, and Representative Citizens" edited by A. T. McKelvey, 1905.

Transcribed by Mary A. Kifer


THE CIVIL WAR.
At the outbreak of the Civil War, the patriotic spirit in Belmont County pervaded all classes, and in quick response to President Lincoln's call for troops, the youth and gallantry of the county sprang to the defense of the nation, and three companies were organized and in the field within 30 days after the call.
At the expiration of their term of service, the majority of the three months men re-enlisted for three years, and as the bloody strife continued, company after company was organized until upwards of 3,500 gallant men from this county were enlisted in the various branches of the service.

In addition to the names that follow, there were hundreds of the patriotic sons of Belmont County that enlisted in the 1st and 2nd Virginia Cavalry and Carlin's Virginia Battery, that were not accredited to Belmont County.

Capt. W. H. Orr of Martin's Ferry also organized a whole company of Belmont County boys, that enlisted in the 2nd, Virginia Infantry and were accredited to that State. George Scheck of St. Clairsville was a member of the 2nd Virginia Cavalry. 
 

A LAUGHABLE INCIDENT.
Colonel Charlesworth relates an incident of the racing up and down the Shenandoah, between Pope and Jackson in the fall of 1862, that while laughable shows the extremities to which the boys were driven. The Colonel's
Regiment had been on the march for several days, and the men were footsore and very hungry. “One morning,” said the Colonel, “I saw Billy Smith of the 2nd Virginia Calvary riding up the valley holding his sword above his head, with a loaf of bread sticking to the sheath. Now Billy used to live on Robert Wilkin's farm and many of us knew him. 'Hello! Smith,' I cried. “What is that you've got?' 'Bread,' he exclaimed, 'bread'. We captured a Rebel camp yesterday and found a big batch of new bread. Have this loaf,' he cried.

“I faught it eagerly and biting off a 'hunk' passed it it down among the hungry boys who devoured it without ceremony and in less time than it has taken me to tell you.” 

Beside those mentioned above, there were some Belmont County men that enlisted in the regular service, and many who claimed a birthright in Belmont County that were conspicuous in leading the troops of their adopted States into action. 

This was notably true of Col. Joseph Thoburn of the 1st Virginia Infantry, a brave son of Belmont County, who was killed while leading his brigade in the bloody charge at Cedar Creek. 

Another of the brave Belmont County soldiers, accredited to other States, was Gen. Henry Capeheart entered the service as colonel of the West Virginia Cavalry. General Capeheart entered the service as colonel of the 1st Virginia (loyal) Cavalry and fought under Sheridan in the memorable campaign down the “Valley of Virginia.” At the conclusion of the Civil War, Colonel Capeheart was serving as brigadier-general, an honor that had been conferred upon him by appointment of Governor Pierpont of West Virginia for skill and bravery in the field.

When hostilities ceased, General Capeheart returned to the practice of his profession—that of medicine -which he followed until his death.

THE 15TH OHIO AT CHICKAMAUGA
At the battle of Chickamauga, the 15th Ohio was in the fiercest of the conflict. Capt. C. W. Carroll speaks approvingly of the published account written upon the battlefield which says: In the Saturday night fights and the all day Sunday assaults upon our log breastworks, the Confederate general, Claiborne, lost 43 per cent of his men. General Helms was killed and his brigade had worn itself away upon the breastworks until 75 per cent of his men had perished. The closing scenes around the Kelley farm came before sunset. Rosecrans had retired and Thomas was in command. Breckenridge and Claiborne of the Confederate side had brought their divisions together for a supreme effort. At the juncture, Willich's brigade, in which was the 15th Ohio, made the fourth successful charge across the field.
“The Confederates were driven back through the woods and quiet was restored.”

There was scarely a bloody battle fought from Bull Run to Spottsylvania Court House in which Belmont County's troops were not engaged.

Gettysburg, Chickamauga, Missionary Ridge, Chancellorsville, the “March of the Sea.” Perryville, Kenesaw Mountain, Cold Harbor, the Wilderness, and many other memorable battlefields were enriched by the blood of her gallant sons. And it is but just and right that the names of these honored soldiers, living and dead, be transmitted to posterity. The following is a roster of the soldiers Belmont

County that was prepared with much care 22 years ago. The names were copied from the Adjutant General's book on file in the State House at Columbus and were published in the “History of Belmont and Jefferson Counties.” Much care was taken in copying the roster and we trust there will be no omissions.

This roster will tell the story of the enlistments, the promotions, the disabilities, and the Union in the War of the Rebellion. An examination of it will reveal the fact that a great majority of the old veterans have been “mustered out” and those that still abide with us are enfeebled by age and disabilities.

THE SOLDIERS OF BELMONT COUNTY IN THE CIVIL WAR

Company B, 15th Regiment, O. V. I.

Three months service

Capt. William Wallace's company was recruited at Martin's Ferry. It marched from said place to Columbus, where it arrived on the 22nd of April, 1861. It was organized with the 15th O. V. I., and made Company B.

The organization of this company was as follows:

William Wallace, captain

James W. Clark, 1st lieutenant

Joseph Frazier, 2nd lieutenant

William Robinson, 1st sergeant

B. B. Stewart, sergeant

John W. Daugherty, sergeant

William H. Thurber, 1st corporal

James Rose, corporal

William Dilley, corporal

John D. Junkins, corporal.

Privates—Nicholas Allunder, John Armstrong, Chas. Armstrong, Howard Afflick, William Billings, Moses H. Bell, Hiram K. Brooke, George W. Baggs, David Bailey, Alexander Bailey, Levi Barcus, Henry Brown, Jacob Bucy, Henry Bucy, Orloff Burris, Frederick Bye,. Jefferson Chamberlain, John R. Campbell, Jas. M. Church, William A. Church, John S. Clark, Marthen Clark, Ebenezer Clarke, George Curfman, Theodore Cooke, Thomas Cotteral, Wesley Coss, Adam A Crossmyer, R. W. Darby, John Davidson, John Dixon, Robert Duncan, Issac Dean, Calvin Dailey, Robert Dorig, Jeremiah Eberts, George Irwin, Joseph Fulmer, George W. Goodrich, Jacob Hymes, Andrew Hymes, Eric Hooker, John Harvey, Benjamin F. Jenkins, Parrett Jump, Isaac Jones, James Kirnan, Thomas Kilgored, J. C. G. King, Jas. King, Jas. Kinslow, Henry Knapp, John W. Knight, E. W. Lewis, Scott Liston, Abram McDonald, William H. Moore, Jas. T. Moore, Alfred W. Moore, Aaron Moore, John McFarland, Franklin Miller, Henry Miller, George Murdock, Richard C. Nelson, Martin McConnaughy, George McCrackin, Jas. W. Nelan, Isaac Newland, William H. Newland, John Ryan, Augustus Rothermond, Lewis Swartz, Joseph Samuels, Zane Smith, Luther Stewart, Henry H. Sharp, Bishop D. Stall, Barney Thornbury, Kinsey Trueman, William Vance, Charles Woods, John Wilson, John Westbrook, Henry Weidemyer, Martin Yost, Francis Yost, Orloff A. Zane.

This company re-enlisted for three years.

Company K. 17th Regiment, O. V. I
Three months' service

This company was recruited for the three months' service by Capt. Peter Tallman, at St. Clairville, April 22, 1861, and went into service on the 27th of the same month. It was made Company K of the 17th Regiment, which was organized at Lancaster, Ohio. The company is as follows:

Peter Tallman, captain

Frank Askew, 1st lieutenant

W. C. Chandler, 2nd lieutenant

John A. Work, 1st sergeant

Otho Holloway, 2nd sergeant

Joseph Harris, 3rd sergeant

Thomas F. Nichol, 4th sergeant

William H. Tallman, corporal

William C. Carmen, corporal

Charles H. Stewart, corporal

William H. Geller, drummer

Robert Buffington, fifer

Privates—W. O. Allison, Wm. Barnett, E. H. Beardmore, Sylvester C. Brown, G. G. Broxton, Henry Bright, Joseph Burkhead, Frank H. Blessing, Wilson S/ Colby, J. T. Collins, Alexis Cope, Isaac G. Cope, Hiram G. Craft, Stacy B. Craft, Anderson Davinson, David Denny, Oliver Donner, Vesper Dorneck, Jos N. Dubois, Hugh

Douglas, Luther Etzler, John Fenton, Josephus Foreman, Edward R, Gardner, Smith Gardener, G. W. Glenn, John D. Glover, J. T. Glover, J. D. Hadsall,  Chas Hall, Ed D. Harden, John P. Harvy, Thomas I. Hawthorn, W. H. Hays, Jas. W. Hays, Andrew P. Heaton, Oswald Heck, Walter Hewitson, Wm. Hill, Wm. Happer, Rufus B. Howard, Jesse Huff, Thomas Huntsman, Geo. B. Hutchinson, Jos. C. Jenkins, David R. Johnston, Jas. F. Jones, John W. Jones, Simon Jones, Caleb Kirk, Thomas Lindsay, Wm. I. Lindsay, Jas. L. Lauley, A. P. W. Lee, W. C. Lochary, Nelson Madden, Jos. Marpole, Elwood Martin, Jos. McMillen, C. T. Moore, Franklin Moore, Jos. Myers, Wm. Pliver, Wm. S. Patton, Isaac Paxton, Frank B. Plankey, Wm. J. Porterfield, Alfred Powell, Sterling Riggs, Jas. T. Robison, Wm. A. Robison, Wm. H. Smith, Jerry Stinard, Evans T. Strahl, Jas. H.l Swan, Francis W. Sanders, Jas. Tallman, Chalkley Thomas, Robt, A. Todd, Wesley Vanhorn, Marshall Wesley, Thomas Wood, Aaron D. Yocum.

Company K was sent with the regiment down the Ohio, and did garrison, work in West Virginia. It was mustered out of service August 3, 1861

Most of this company re-enlisted again into the 17th and other regiments.

Company B, 3rd Regiment, O. V. I.
Of the Third Ohio Infantry, Belmont County furnished one company, which served under two terms of enlistment, April 16, 1861, and May 3, 1861, the first for three months and the latter for three years. The company was organized at Camp Jackson. On the 27th of April it was mustered into the United States service. An election by ballot was held for field officers, which resulted in the choice of the following gentlemen:

Colonel—Isaac Morrow of Columbus, Ohio

Lieut. Col.---John Beatty of Morrow County, Ohio

Major---J. Warren Kiefer of Clarke County, Chio.

The original enrollment of Company B, which commenced duty June 13, 1861, for the three years' service is as follows:

Captain—James H. Wing

1st lieutenant--Wesley L. Patterson

1st lieutenant--Wilbur H. Sage

2nd sergeant--John B. McRoberts

3rd sergeant--Oliver P. Barnes

4th sergeant--Michael D. King

5th sergeant--Albert D. Brush

Corporal--William L. Pinkerton

Corporal—Geo. McDonald

Corporal—James B. Bringham

Corporal—Elisha C. Briggs

Corporal—William D. Robinson

Corporal—Mahlon O' Harra

Corporal—Samuel Nevels

Corporal—Charles W. Bendict

Wagoner—Alexander Moorehead

Privates—John Anthony, Benj. Bufford, D. W. Brumbaugh, Geo. Brown, Jas. W. Barrie, Michael Bolinger, Wm. Bafford, Wm. H. Barnes, Chas. H. Byers, Jas. Cordroy, Frank Christian, Jas. J. Chambers, Chas. Case, John Conner, Lewis M. Currier, Jas. Daly, J. P. Demorest, Matthew Davies, Ross J. Dennis, Thomas Duffy, Doctor Dirth, Chas A. Etzler, Dan. B. Edson, Robt. Finch, Samuel L. French, Robert Griffith, S. B. Gray, Peter Gray, Henry Harcourt, Alonzo Haun, Jos. L. Hall, Ellis Hall, Samuel Jones, John Keiser, Thomas Land, Samuel Labaugh, Chas. McKoun, Wm. H. McCartney, Israel Mostwigh, Wm. H. Moore, Wm. H. McCleary, Thomas Messer, Nicholas Monahan, Edward Morrison, John Neill, Elijah Oakley, Chas. E. Paater, Henry Ramer, Jas. W. Rainey, Michael Ryan, Isaac Reese, Chas. Stafford, Samuel Sayers, Thos. G. Shankland, Geo. W. Swaney, Chas Swing, Joel C. Tracy, John H. Tracy, Oliver Wild, Chas. Willis, Andrew Weimer, Albert Warner, Shannon Wilson, Elliott White, Henry Young.

Recruits—Simon P. Butler, Oct. 15. 1861: Jas. B. Brigham. Dec 26, 1863; B. W. Holten, Nov. 19, 1863; Michael Handley, Dec. 30, 1863; Aaron Livingston, Oct. 15, 1864; G. W. Mason, Oct. 15, 1861; John A. Moore, Aug. 25, 1862; William McCurdy, Oct. 10, 1862; J. W. Price, David Summers, Israel Shepherd, Benjamin Uncles, Christoples Winneman, Emerson White, Oct. 15, 1861.

Promotions—John B. McRoberts from 1st sergeant, to 2nd lieutenant. July 31, 1861; from 2nd lieutenant to 1st lieutenant. August 28, 1862; from 1st lieutenant to captain, February 26, 1863.

William L. Pinkerton, appointed sergeant from corporal, July 31, 1861, appointed 1st sergeant, March 1, 1863.

Elisha C. Briggs, appointed sergeant from corporal, July 31, 1861

Charles Swing, appointed sergeant from corporal, September 28, 1862

Samuel I. French, appointed sergeant from corporal, Oct. 2, 1862

James W. Barrie, appointed sergeant from corporal, March 1, 1863

Charles B. McBrown, appointed sergeant from corporal, September 28, 1862

James B. Ranney, appointed sergeant from corporal, October 2, 1862

Robert J. Dennis, appointed corporal, March 1, 1863

Henry E. Harcourt, appointed corporal, April 1, 1863

William H. McCartney, appointed corporal, December 15, 1863

Discharged—Capt. Wesley L. Patterson, February 28, 2863; W. H. Sage, September 18, 1861; Ellis Bolen, August 16, 1862; George W. Brown, August 16, 1862; William Bafford, March 12, 1863; W. C. Barnes, April 8, 1863, for wounds received at Nashville, Tenn.; Schuler Curries, August 18, 1863; John P. Demorest, March 5, 1863; Peter Gray, October 9, 1861; Alonzo Haun, October 9, 1861; Michael Handley, March 6, 1863, for wounds received; Edward Morrison, August 13, 1861; W. H. Moore, February 10, 1863; James H. O'Harra, March 12, 1863; Charles E. Potter, March 12, 1862; William L. Robinson, July 5, 1862, in order to receive promotion; Abraham Shepherd, February 2, 1863, to enlist in the marine service; Samuel Sayers, March 6, 1863; Charles Willis, February 10, 1863; Shannon Wilson, January 10, 1862; Robert Finch, January 10, 1863.

Transferred—Capt. James H. Wing from line to field and staff, September 26, 1862, by commission as major; John Anthony, December 31, 1861, Co. H., 3rd O. V. I., by order of Col. John Beatty; Martin Bertch, February 2, 1863, marine service; John Conner, December 31, 1863, to V. R. C.; D. B. Edson, Novemeber 19, 1863, to V. R. C.; Daniel S. Gray, June 13, 1861, to 13th O. V. I.; Isaac Reese, October 20, 1863, Co. H., 3rd O. V. I.

Died
Benjamin Bafford died July 8, 1861, at Cincinnati.

Frank Christian, February 27, 1863, at Murfreesboro, Tenn., of chronic diarrhea

Charles B. Case, April 8, 1864, at Chattanooga, of typhiod pneumonia

Thomas Duffey, April 2, 1864, at Louisville, Ky., of chronic diarrhea

James Dailey, January 2, 1862, Guernsey County, Ohio

Doctor Dirth February 7, 1862, at Camp Jefferson, Ky., of smallpox

Robert Griffith, October 8, 1862, Perryville, Ky., of  wounds received in battle

G. F. Hall, October 8, 1862, Perryville, Ky., of wounds received in battlefield

B. Hoge, October 8, 1862, Perryville, Ky., of wounds received in battle

John Kaiser, January 17, 1862, Camp Jefferson, Ky.

James Larrison, December 8, 1862, Three Springs, Tenn.

Thomas Messer, December 22, 1862, Nashville, Tenn.

David Stidd, March 26, 1863, Murfreesboro, Tenn., of chronic diarrhea

Alexander Summers, April 3, 1863

Charles Stafford, May 2, 1863, Cedar Bluffs, Ga., of wounds received in battle

Edward Suttles, January 3, 1863, Stone River, Tenn., same

George W. Swaney, October 8, 1862, Perryville, Ky., same

Joel Tracey, November 23, 1861, Clarksburg, Va.

E. White, April 19, 1864, Chattanooga, Tenn., of typhoid pneumonia

Owen Moore, December 31, 1862, Stone River, Tenn., of wounds in battle


Company E, 15th Regiment, O.V. I.
Company E of the 15th Regiment, which was recruited in Belmont County, arrived in Mansfield, September 12, 1861. At this place the 15th Regiment, which was among the first to respond to the President's first call for 75,000 men, re-organized with the following field officers:

Moses Dickey, colonel; William Wilson, lieutenant-colonel; William Wallace, major; Orrin Ferris, surgeon

Company E was as follows:

Frank Askew, captain

Chandler W. Carroll, 1st lieutenant

Lorenzo, Danford, 2nd lieutenant

John H. Thompson, 1st sergeant

James N. Dubois, sergeant

Samuel Uilles, sergeant

John W. Harris, sergeant

Walter Hewitson, sergeant

Hugh Douglas, sergeant

William A. Hogue, corporal

Morris Cope, corporal

William G. Malin, corporal

Oliver Donner, corporal

James Hewetson, corporal

Stacey B. Craft, corporal

Charles Hall, corporal

Alexander Wiley, drummer

David S. McMaster, fifer

William F. Hutcheson, wagoner

Privates—William Adams, George W. Ashton, Geo. Billet, Edwin G. Blocher, Wm. Bright, Henry Brooks, Sylvester C. Brown, Stephen Burley, John Campbell, Boyd Cameron, Wm. Cavender, Geo. Castell, Isaac G. Cope, G. W. Cope, Hugh Crymble, John W. Danford, Benjamin Davis, Wm. Dawson, Isaac E. Dillion, B. W. Dysart, J.B. Dysart, Chas. Ember, John Elliott, Calvin Etzler,John Fenton, Jonathan Fitzgerald, Hugh Foster, John W. Fred, Edward R. Gardner, Smith Gardener, P. F. Givens, Wm. Gilham, Jas. Hall, Hugh A. Hawkins, W. H. Hayes, Jack Heaton, John Heaton, Oliver Henderson, Rufus W. Howard, Robert Humphrey, G.B. Hutchinson, Jas. F. Jones, Abner Jones, Isaac Knight, Albert W. Lee, John Leisure, Geo. W. Mackinson, Jas. S. Maring, Washington McMaster, Wm. P. McCance, Jos. McMillan, Samuel Moore, Isaac Paxton, Wm. O. Peterman, John R. Pickering, Alfred Powell, John D. Roscoe, Wm. H. Satterthwaite, Fernando W. Shackleford, Jas. T. Sharpless, Wm. R. Smith, Ephraim H. Sndyer, Jos. E. Stewart, Robt. B. Stewart, Amos Taylor, John W. Tipton, Jas. E. Tipton, Geo. A. Todd, John A. Todd, T. W. Vanlaw, Albert Wagoner, Milton B. Waters, Chas. J. Williams, Thomas Wood, Peter Gray.

Promotions
Capt. David Welsh, appointed 1st sergeant November 1, 1862. Was appointed to 1st lieutenant February 9, 1865, and assigned to duty in Company E. Promoted to captain, April 6.

Oliver Donner was appointed sergeant, August 28, 1862. Appointed 1st sergeant, January 1, 1864. Promoted to 2nd lieutenant June 15, 1865. Severely wounded June 21, 1864, near Kenesaw Mountain, Ga.

Calvin Etzler was appointed corporal September 1, 1862; sergeant January 1, 1864; 1st sergeant February 9, 1865. Taken prisoner at battle of Stone River. Exchanged and returned to duty January, 1863.

George McMaster was appointed corporal April 1, 1863, and then to sergeant May 28, 1864.

James Hall was appointed corporal January 1, 1864; appointed sergeant May 28, 1864. Taken prisoner at battle of Stone River. Exchanged and returned to duty June, 1863.

Isaac E. Dillion was appointed corporal January 1, 1864. Appointed sergeant February 9, 1865. Wounded at battle of Stone River, December 31, 1862.

Hugh A. Hawkins was appointed corporal January 1, 1864 and sergeant February 9, 1865.

Hugh Crymble was appointed corporal January 1, 1864.

John P. Heaton was pointed corporal corporal January 1, 1864. Taken prisoner at battle of Stone River. Exchanged and returned to duty June, 1863.

George W. Ashton was appointed corporal January 1, 1864. Wounded at Stone River, December 31, 1862. Paroled by the enemy. Exchanged and returned to duty November, 1863.

Isaac Knight was appointed corporal January 1, 1864. Taken prisoner at battle of Stone River, December 31, 1862. Exchanged and returned to duty November, 1863.

Robert B. Stewart was appointed corporal May 28, 1864.

Allen Wade was appointed corporal May 28, 1864

John J. Michner was appointed corporal February 9, 1865.

Sylvester C. Brown was appointed corporal February 9, 1865.

Finnemore Cochran entered as a recruit.

John W. Harris was promoted to 1st sergeant November 29, 1862. Reduced to ranks at his own request January 1, 1864.

Frank Askew mustered out to accept an appointment as lieutenant-colonel December 6, 1862.

Lorenzo Danford entered as 2nd lieutenant, promoted to 1st lieutenant, September 24, 1862. Mustered out on surgeon's certificate August, 1864.

Joseph N. Dubois was appointed to 2nd lieutenant April 26, 1862, and assigned to duty in Company B, promoted to 1st lieutenant and adjutant, September 10, 1862, at Nashville, Tenn., and assigned to duty in Company E, March 14, 1864. Promoted to captain August 13, 1864. Promoted to major, March 10, 1865.

Chandler W. Carroll entered as 1st lieutenant and was promoted to captain September 24, 1862, and assigned to duty in Company K.

Samuel Hilles was promoted to 2nd lieutenant September 20, 1862, promoted December 7, 1862, to 1st lieutenant . Wounded at battle of Stone River December 31, 1862. Discharged by order at War Department December 7, 1863.

Thomas C. Davis was appointed 1st sergeant September 22, 1862. Promoted to 2nd lieutenant June 18, 1863. He was the promoted to 1st lieutenant and assigned to duty in Company E. September 1, 1864. Was promoted to captain and assigned to duty in Company C, January 26, 1865.

Walter Hewitson was appointed 1st sergeant September 26, 1862. Promoted to 2nd lieutenant November 29, 1862.  Resigned August 1, 1863.

Killed in Battle
Geo. B Hutcheson was appointed sergeant January 1, 1864, and then to 1st sergeant April 20, 1864. Killed May 24, 1864, North Ga..

W. A. Hoge was appointed sergeant September 1, 1862. Killed December 31, 1862.

Joseph Hewetson, killed at battle of Shiloh, April 7, 1862

Stacey B. Craft, killed at battle of Shiloh, April 7, 1862.

Samuel McMillen, taken prisoner December 31, 1862. Exchanged and returned for duty June, 1863. Appointed corporal January 1, 1864. Killed in battle May 27, North Ga.

Thomas Anderson, killed in battle, May 27, North Ga.

Stephen Barley, taken prisoner December 31, 1862. Exchanged and returned to duty June, 1863. Killed at battle of Chickamauga, September 20, 1863.

Oliver J. Cope was appointed corporal January 29, 1863. Reduced to ranks January 1, 1864 at his own request. Killed in battle June 21, 1864, North Ga.

John Campbell, killed at battle of Shiloh, April 7, 1862.

George A. Todd, killed in battle June 21, 1864, near Kenesaw Mountain, North Ga.

Thomas Wood, killed in battle May 27, 1864.

The Missing and Wounded in Battle, and Captured
James M. Booth, missing since May 27, 1864, in North Ga.

John D. Roscoe, taken prisoner at battle of Stone River, December 31, 1862. Exchanged June, 1863. Sick in hospital until March 1, 1864. Missing since May 27, 1864, in North Ga.

William Young, missing since May 27, 1864. Missing since May 27, 1864, in North Ga.

Robert Applegarth, severely wounded June 11, 1863, near Kenesaw Mountain, Ga.

George Billet, wounded and paroled December 31, 1862, at Stone River. Exchanged and returned to duty November, 1863.

Henry H. Brooks, taken prisoner at battle of Stone River December 31, 1863. Exchanged and returned to duty June, 1863.

William Gilham, taken prisoner December 31, 1862, at Stone River. Exchanged and returned to duty June, 1863.

Oliver J. Henderson, taken prisoner at Stone River, October 31, 1862. Exchanged and returned to duty June, 1863.

Robert Humphrey, taken prisoner October, 1862, and paroled, exchanged, and returned to duty February, 1863.

David S. McMaster, taken prisoner at Stone River December 31, 1862. Exchanged and returned to duty June, 1863.

Joseph E. Stewart, taken prisoner at Stone River December 31, 1862. Exchanged and returned to duty June, 1863.

Discharged
John H. Thompson, discharged August 29, 1862, on account of wounds received April 7, 1862, at the battle of Shiloh.

Hugh Douglas was corporal from enlistment. Appointed sergeant November 1, 1862; discharged at expiration of term of service, September 1, 1864.

W. G. Malin was corporal from enlistment. Appointed sergeant May 21, 1862; wounded and taken prisoner September 20, 1863, at Chickamauga; exchanged and discharged December 24, 1864.

James A. Adams, discharged June 9, 1865, at Nashville.

Joseph Butts, taken prisoner September 25, 1864; exchanged and discharged June 9, 1865.

Samuel Bell, wounded June 18, 1864, in North Georgia; discharged June 8, 1865.

William Cavender, taken prisoner December 31, 1862; exchanged and discharged May 18, 1863, on certificate of disability.

Boyd K. Cameron, discharged November 15, 1861;

George W.Castello, June 5, 1862; Wilson H. Cochran, July 16, 1865; John W. Cope, November 15, 1861; Isaac G. Cope, August 6, 1862; John W. Crymble, June 8, 1865; Boyd W. Dysart, March 12, 1862; Benjamin Davis, September 18, 1864; Henry Donner, June 10, 1865; John Elliott, February 17, 1862; Benjamin Etzler, May 3, 1865; Edwin R. Gardner, February 17, 1862; Peter Gray, November 15, 1861; P. F. Givens, February 17, 1862; Rufus W. Howard, March 2, 1863; Samuel Moore, September 18, 1862; James T. Metcalf, November 10, 1862; Arthur Murdock, May 30, 1865; William A. Nichols, June 10, 1865.

Isaac Patton appointed corporal. Wounded and taken prisoner September 20, 1863; exchanged and discharged September 18, 1864, at expiration of term.

William O. Peterman, discharged September, 1864, on certificate of disability.

Ephraim H. Snyder, discharged October12, 1862, on certificate of disability.

William H. Hayes, appointed corporal July, 1862. Appointed sergeant April 1, 1863. Reduced to ranks at his own request January 1, 1864. Discharged September 18, 1864, at expiration of term.

Charles Umbree taken prisoner October, 1862; exchanged and discharged September, 1864, at expiration of term.

John Fenton, wounded at Stone River, December 31, 1862; discharged March 31, 1863.

Jack Heaton, September 18, 1864, at expiration of term.

Frank M. Heaton; wounded and prisoner at battle of Chickamauga, Ga., September19, 1863, exchanged and discharged May 18, 1865.

Charles M. Hall was corporal at enrollment; taken prisoner December 31, 1862; exchanged; wounded and taken prisoner September 19, 1863; exchanged and discharged December 10, 1864.

Abner Jones taken prisoner December 30, 1862; exchanged and discharged September 18, 1864.

Albert W. Lee, August 6, 1862, on certificate of disability.

G. W. Mackison, November 15, 1861, on certificate of disability.

James F. Marring appointed corporal July 1, 1862. Wounded and taken prisoner September 20, 1863; discharged at expiration of term.

W. P. McCance, July 14, 1862, on certificate of disability.

John T. Mercer, expiration of service.

Alfred Powell, taken prisoner December 30, 1862; exchanged and discharged September 18, 1864.

William F. Sharpless, July 29, 1862, on certificate of disability.

Fernando Shackleford, April 11, 1863, on account of wounds received December 31, 1862.

W. B. Smith, September 25, 1862, on account of wounds received April 7, 1862.

William H. Satterthwaite, taken prisoner December 31, 1862; returned to duty June, 1863. Taken again at Chickamauga, September 19, 1863; discharged September 29, 1864.

James E. Tipton, December 21, 1864, term expired.

Thomas W. Vanlaw, August 14, 1862, term expired.

Milton B. Waters, September 13, 1864 term expired.

Albert Wagoner taken prisoner December 13, 1862; exchanged and returned to duty June, 1863; wounded at battle of Chickamauga, September 19, 1863; discharged September 19, 1863; discharged at expiration of term.

Alexander S. Wiley, September 18, 1864, term expired.

Charles J. Williams, July 18, 1862, on account of wounds received April 7, 1862.

Died
John W. Danford died January 14, 1863, of wounds received December 31, 1862.

William Hutcheson died in hospital, April 5, 1862.

George Durbin died April 27, 1864

Joseph Durbin died in Rebel hospital of wounds received May 27, 1864.

J. B. Dysart died January 15, 1863, of wounds received December 31, 1862.

Charles Etzler died May, 1864, accident.

Jonathan Fitzgerald died March 1, 1862, of fever.

John W. Fred died February 17, 1863, Nashville, Tenn.

James T. Jones died January 13, 1862, at home.

John C. Jones died June 30, 1864, of wounds received.

Edward P. Mechem died May 5, 1862, of wounds received April 7, 1862

Oliver P. Mills died September 20, 1864, at Atlanta, Ga.

Elisaha P. Scott died April 20, 1864, of smallpox.

John A. Todd died November 10, 1862

John W. Tipton died February 16, 1864.

James Tweedy died June 2, 1864.

Daniel Wallace died June, 1864, of wounds received June 23, 1864.

This company was mustered out November 21, 1865


Company F, 15th Regiment, O. V. I

Amos Glover, 1st lieutenant

James A. Welsh, 1st lieutenant

Nicholas M. Fowler, 2nd lieutenant

E. B. Rowles, sergeant

Herman Goulder, sergeant

James O. Scott, sergeant

John F. Glover, sergeant

Daniel Diday, sergeant

William Barrett, corporal

B. F. Richardson, corporal

Elwood Martin, corporal

Lafayette Hess, corporal

John C. Jackson, corporal

Adam C. McCaffrey, corporal

Nelson Madden, corporal

Charles B. Hamilton, corporal

G. W. Wilson, musician

John Brandon, musician

Privates—James Barnett, Richard Bennett, Israel D. Boston, John Branden, Charles Branden, James Bernard, Jacob Boger, Jacob Brewer, Henry F. Bowles, John Brewer, Josiah Bowles, William Brewer, Levi Brock, V. Raumberger, G. W. Boston, Josephus Clagg, John Craig, Thomas Collins, John F. Coulter, John F. Dailey, George Davis, W. H. Davis, Lewis Davis, Joseph Diday, Nathan Daun, Samuel Erly, John Feiss, Charles Gibbons, John F. Gibbons, Andrew Garloch, James Goodrich, Josiah D. Glover, Joseph Graf, Isaac H. Green, Christian Hinkle, Dixon M. Hayes, Cyrus Hurley, Nehemiah Hurley, I. Harris, W. H. Johns, James A. Jones, James H. Knox, Israel Kinney, Conrad King, John J. Mills, Samuel McKirahan, David Mills, C.B. Mills, Joseph McMillen, Nathan Nelson, John Ore, George Richeson, Martin Reynolds, John Schuster, William Scott, Daniel Thomas, W. H. Wingrove, Samuel Wingrove, Thomas B. Weekly. Nathan Watson, Thomas R. Yocum, Ashbury Welsh, Leander Warren, Abner Wilbert, R. W. Moberly, George Martin, Asher Green, Christian Taylor

The above company was recruited at Glencoe and Powhatan. It was mustered into service September 20, 1861, at Mansfield, and made Company F of the 15th Regiment. It was discharged November 21, 1865.

Promotions, Transfers, etc.
Alexis Cope entered the service as sergeant of Company K. Appointed sergeant major, April 14, 1863. Promoted to 2nd lieutenant of Company D, July 31, 1863. Promoted to 1st lieutenant of Company E. Made captain of Company F. January 8, 1865.

Jacob Boger, promoted from commissary sergeant to 1st lieutenant and assigned to Company--, February 9, 1865.

James P. Scott was wounded in battle at Chickamauga, September 19, 1863. Made 1st sergeant, March 21, 1865.

Ebenezer W. Hutcheson made sergeant January 1, 1864. Captured at battle of Stone River, December 31, 1862. Released January 21, 1863.

James Goodrich was made corporal January 1, 1864. Made sergeant June 23, 1864.

William H. Jones was made corporal May 28, 1864. Made sergeant August, 1864.

Dixon M. Hayes was made corporal January 1, 1864; wounded at battle of Stone River, December 31, 1862, and Kenesaw Mountain, June, 1864.
Thomas B. Jackson was made corporal January 1, 1864; captured at battle of Stone River December 31, 1862; released January 21, 1863.
Augustus Brast made corporal September 8, 1864.
John F. Dailey made corporal September 8, 1864.
George W. Wilson made corporal August 10, 1864.
William Brewer made corporal March 9, 1865.
Charles Baetticher was wounded in the battle of Chickamauga.
John Diday was made corporal June 1, 1864; wounded in battle at Liberty Gap, June 25, 1863, and Nashville, December 15, 1864.
Abraham Ewers was wounded in the battle of Chickamauga, September 19, 1863.
Amos Glover resigned March 15, 1864.
James M. Welsh was mustered out on account of disability, August 10, 1862.
Samuel Bechtell resigned to accept promotion in U. S. Signal Corps, September 1, 1864.

Killed in Battle
Nicholas Fowler was killed in the battle of Chickamauga, September 20, 1863.
Lafayette Hess was made sergeant April 23, 1864; wounded  in battle at Liberty Gap, June 25, 1863; killed before Kenesaw Mountain, Ga., June 23, 1864.
Adam C. McCaffrey, corporal, was killed in battle at Stone River, December 31, 1862.
Joseph A. Jones, corporal was killed in battle at Pickett's Mill, Ga., May 27, 1864.
James Mckirahan was killed in battle at Shiloh, April 7, 1862.
George Davis killed in battle at Liberty Gap, June 24, 1863.
Jacob Hest was killed in battle st Stone River December 31, 1862.
George Richeson was killed in battle at Liberty Gap, June 25, 1863.

Discharged
Martin Elwood, July 30, 1862.
Crawford E. Welsh was wounded at Kenesaw Mountain June 18, 1864; discharged December 13, 1864.
Nathan Watson was captured at the battle of Chickamauga, September 19, 1863; discharged April 3, 1865.
William Woodburn, September 5, 1865.
John V. Yocum, September 19, 1864.
Israel D. Boston, September 19, 1864.
James Bernard was wounded at battle of  Resaca, La., May 18, 1864; discharged September 19, 1864.
Josiah D. Bowles was wounded in battle at Stone River, December 31, 1862; discharged February 14, 1865.
Levi Brock was wounded in battle at Shiloh, April 7, 1862; discharged August 29, 1862.
George W. Boston, was captured in Kentucky and released September, 1862; captured at battle of Chickamauga September 19, 1864.
James Barnett was captured at Vining Station, Ga., July 7, 1864; discharged May 30, 1862, and at battle of Chickamauga, September 19, 1863.
Ivan Brandon March 27, 1863.
James K. P. Barker was wounded at Missionary Ridge, November 28, 1863; discharged December, 1864.
Mark Brown, June 10, 1865.
D. W. Babcock, June 10, 1865.
John T. Coulter, February 21, 1862.
Thomas H. Collins was captured at battle if Stone River, December 31, 1862; discharged December 10, 1864.
B.M. Carr, June 10, 1865.
Richard Carroll, June 10, 1865.
Andrew Gollison, June 10, 1865.
Nathan Downs, September 19, 1864.
Lewis Davis, September 19, 1864.
Joseph Diday, September 16, 1862.
William H. Davis was wounded before Kenesaw Mountain June 23, 1864; discharged November 9, 1864.
Lee Ferenbaugh, June 10, 1865.
Jacob Garloch, November 18, 1862; released November 18, 1862.  
Asher Green, March 18, 1863.
Charles C. Gibson was captured at battle of Stone River, December 31, 1862; released January 21, 1863; discharged February 14, 1865.
John T. Glover, September 19, 1864.
Andrew Garloch was wounded in battle at Stone River December 31, 1862; discharged February 19, 1864.
Herman Gulden, September 19, 1864.
Josiah D. Glover, September 19, 1864.
Leonidas Harris was wounded in battle at Chickamauga September 19, 1863; discharged February 15, 1864.
Michael Hess, September 19, 1864.
David Jones, June 10, 1865.
John C. Jackson, September 14, 1864.
James H. Knox was captured at battle of Chickamauga, September 14, 1863; discharged-----23, 1865.
John Kedtch, June 10, 1865.
John Longston, June 10, 1865.
Thomas Linton, June 10, 1865.
Samuel  Livingston, June 10, 1865.
George Martin, July 16, 1862.
R. W. Moberly. February 18, 1862.
John Mills was captured at battle of Chickamauga, September 19, 1863.
Fielding Magness, June 10, 1865.
Nathan Nelson, September 19, 1864.
George A. Porterfield, July 19, 1862.
John Patton, June 10, 1865.
Benjamin F. Richeson, wounded at Liberty Gap, June 25, 1863; discharged September 19, 1864.
Martin Reynolds, September 19, 1864.
Frederick Rowe, June 10, 1865.
Frederick Keneral, June 10, 1865.
John Richardson, June 10, 1865.
Henry Sickman, June 10, 1865.
Benjamin Skelton, June 10, 1865.
David Schultz, June 11, 1865.
Elijah M. Tam, May 22, 1865.
William H. Wingrove, April 16, 1862.
Ashbury Welsh was wounded at battle of Missionary Ridge, November 25, 1863; discharged  June 18, 1864.
Leander Warren was wounded at battle of Chickamauga June 19, 1863; discharged September 19, 1864.
Daniel Thomas was captured at battle of Stone River, December 31, 1862; discharged September 19, 1864.
Thomas B. Yocum, November 8, 1862.
James Wisenburg, February 20, 1865.

Died
David Diday, of typhoid fever at Corinth, Miss., June 22, 1862.
John Brewer of lung cancer in Kentucky, December 31, 1861.
Jacob Brewer of pnemonia at Camp Station, Tenn., March 29, 1862.
Joseph A. Bowles, of typhoid fever at Vining Station, Ga., July 31, 1864.
John Brandon was captured at the battle of Chickamauga, September 19, 1863; died in prison at Andersonville, Ga., June 30, 1864.
Samuel Early died of wounds received before Kenesaw Mountain, June 21, 1864, at hospital, Chattanooga, Tenn., June 29, 1864.
Isaac Green was captured and paroled at Stone River, December 31, 1862; died June 22, 1864.
Christopher Hinkle, July 10, 1864, of wounds received before Kenesaw Mountain, June 21, 1864.
Cyrus Hurley was captured and paroled in Kentucky in September, 1862; captured at the battle of Chickamauga, September 19, 1863; died in prison, at Andersonville, Ga., June 21, 1864.
Conrad King died of pneumonia at Louisville, Ky., June 1, 1862.
Edward Keiser died of diarrhea at Camp Dennison, Ohio, February 5, 1865.
David Mills, July 26, 1864, of wounds received June 20, 1864, at Chattanooga, Tenn.
John Orr, of chronic diarrhea at Murfreesboro, Tenn.  July 1, 1863
Elijah B. Rowels of wounds received at Pickett’s Mills, Ga., May 27, and died in field hospital May 28, 1864.
James E. Ramage, June 28, 1863, of wounds received in battle at Liberty Gap, June 25, 1863.
William Scott, at Murfreesboro, Tenn., September 14, 1863, of wounds received in battle at Stone River, December 31, 1862.
Abner Wilbert died of pneumonia at Mumfordsville, Ky., February 21, 1862.
Christopher Taylor, September 14, 1863, of wounds received at Liberty Gap, June 25, 1863, at Murfreesboro, Tenn.  
Samuel  Wingrove was captured in battle at Chickamauga. September 19, 1863; died in prison at Andersonville, Ga. June 16, 1864.

Company K, 15th Regiment, O.V.I.
This company was organized at Flushing, September 5, 1861. Rendezvoused at Camp Bartley for a short time. The officers and members were as follows:

Otho S. Holloway, captain.

Robert H. Cochran, 1st lieutenant.

Vesper Domeck, 2nd lieutenant.

Nathan Holloway, 1st sergeant.

Alexis Cope, sergeant

John S. Cochran, sergeant.

Joseph Farmer, sergeant.

Laban Mitchell, corporal.

Reese Pickering, corporal.

Thomas Burkhead, corporal.

Henry E. Stewart, corporal.

Eli Davis, corporal.

Thomas Bethel, corporal.

Joseph Cordner, corporal.

G. W. Chessel, corporal.

Abner W. Marshall

Privates—Levi Atkins, William I. Ankrom, J.P. Arned, Joseph M. Bendure, James H. Bendure, Alvin Barton, Stephen Bricker, Robert A. Buffington, Russell Buffington, Walker Carpenter, Joshua Camp, S. W.  Cowels, Brown Deselais, Thomas Dunn, James Eckles, Benjamin Eckles, Simeon I. Faucett, Elder T. Fort, James Ferren, Landon Grimes, John  Grimsley, Samuel  Geller, William Hazelwood, Lundy B. Hogue, Ephraim Houser, Charles Hall, Simpson G. Haines, Al. Herrick, Samuel Hutchinson, John S. Hutchinson, Benjamin F. Johnson, John W. Looman, Christian Maul, Israel  McKnight, William McKnight, James McCourt, James McConnell, Lewis C. Mechem, John Murray, Wallace McGrath, Hector mcAllison, James McMillen, Baalam Norris, George W. Poorman, Leonard Pickering, Squire Pamler, William I. Porterfield, Peter P. Russell, John Ridgway, David Ralston,  Davis Smith, Willism Stone, Edward Stone, G. W. Shallcross, William Seals, John G. Sherwood, Samuel Tillett, J. Tillett, J. Q. Tillett, James Thompson, John A. Thompson, Wilson S. Vancuren, Washington I. Vance, David C. Vail, Marshall Wisley, William Walter, William H. Webb.

This company was re-organized as a veteran company.

Promotions, Transfers, etc.
Vesper Domeck entered as a private; promoted to 2nd lieutenant November 8, 1861; to 1st lieutenant June 19, 1863, and to captain, January 13, 1865.
Robert S. McLenahan was quarter master sergeant to March 12, 1865, when he was promoted to Cordner enlisted as corporal; promoted to sergeant,   January 1, 1864, and to 1st lieutenant March 26, 1865.
David Smith promoted to sergeant January 1, 1864; wounded in arm at Kenesaw Mountain, Ga., June 21, 1864.
Washington J. Vance promoted to sergeant June 1, 1862,
John Q. Tillet was promoted to corporal January 1, 1864 and to sergeant March 16, 1865.
Benjamin F. Johnson was promoted to corporal January 1, 1864; to sergeant June 13, 1865.
Henry E. Stewart was promoted to sergeant September 1, 1962. James Deselms was promoted to corporal January 13, 1865; wounded at Rocky Faced Ridge, May 3, 186—
Noble Carter was promoted to corporal January 13, 1865. Robert A. Heaney promoted to corporal January 13, 1965.
W. B. Drum was promoted to corporal March 23, 1865, 1865; wounded in head at Kenesaw Mountain, Ga.  June 21, 1864.
George W. Russell promoted 3, 1865, to corporal.
Otho S. Holloway resigned July 1, 1862.
Chandler W. Carroll entered as 1st lieutenant, Company E; promoted to captain and transferred to Company K, September 25, 1962; mustered out at Huntsville, Ala., January 12, 1965; promoted to captain and transferred to Company I, March 9, 1865.
Frank W. Sanders was promoted to 1st sergeant June 24, 1862, and to 2nd lieutenant June 25, 1865; killed in battle at Missionary Ridge, November 25, 1863.
Vincent T. Trago, promoted from 1st sergeant to 1st lieutenant March 9, 1865, and transferred to Company K; promoted to 1st lieutenant and transferred to Company H, June 1, 1865.

Killed in Battle
Thomas Bethel, promoted to sergeant April 1, 1862; killed at Kenesaw Mountain, Ga.,July 3, 1864.
Ephraim Houser killed at Peach Tree Creek, Ga., July 20, 1864.
Samuel W. Cowles, killed in battle at Stone Ridge, December 31, 1862.
Baalam Norris, killed at Missionary Ridge, Tenn., November 25, 1863.
Nelson J. Reed, killed at Peach Tree Creek, Ga., July 20, 1864.
Samuel W. Wilson, killed at Kenesaw Mountain, Ga., June 21, 1864.

Disharged for Disability
Nathan Holloway, June 24, 1862.
John S. Cochran, September 30, 1862.
Joseph Farmer, at Murfreesboro, Tenn., 1863.
E. T. Frost was wounded in the arm at Kenesaw Mountain, Ga., June 21, 1864; promoted to sergeant January 13, 1865; discharged June 3, 1865.
William Hazelwood, promoted to corporal June 1, 1863; wounded in the leg at the battle of Chickamauga, Ga., September 19, 1863; discharged January 14, 1865.
James H. Bendure, June 30, 1862.
John M. Benure, September 12, 1862.
Allen T. Bradenburg, July 20, 1863.
Stephen Bricker, January 1, 1865; was wounded severely in the breast at Kenesaw Mountain, June 21, 1864.
Robert A. Buffington, April 22, 1863.
Joshua Camp, July 3, 1862.
Walter C. Carpenter, January 10, 1863.
Richard Coleman, July 10, 1865.
James R. Cowgill, October 4, 1865.
Christopher Dethling, June 10, 1865.
Clark Edington, May 22, 1865.
Robert Eskine, September 9, 1862.
Simeon L.Faucett, March 27, 1865.
Benjiman Freeman April 7, 1865; captured at Chickamauga, Ga., September 19, 1863; released April, 1865.
Casper D. Fassee, June 10, 1865.
Samuel Geller, July 28, 1862.
James Gibson, October 24, 1864.
I. B. Grimes, March 26, 1863.
John Grimsley, January 6, 1863.
Simpson G. Haines, December 2, 1862, on account of wounds received at the battle of Shiloh, April 7, 1862.
Charles Hall, February 24, 1862.
William Hill, April 11, 1865.
Lundy B. Hogue, October 29, 1862.
Samel Hutchinson, February 21, 1862.
John S. Hutchinson, June 10, 1865; captured at Chickamauga, Ga., September 19, 1863; released April, 1865.
John W. Looman, September 30, 1864.
George W. Male, June 10, 1865.
Hector McAllister, January 11, 1865.
Wallace McGrath, October 1, 1862, to accept promotion; transferred as 2nd lieutenant to Company C, same date,
John McFadden, June 10, 1865;
James McCourt, September 30, 1864,
James Mcmillen, June 10, 1865.
Jonathan Miller, June 10, 1865.
Squire Palmer, July 21, 1862.
Leonard Pickering, June 10, 1865.
W. J. Porterfield, June 19, 1862.
David Ralston, October 3, 1864.
John Rennard, on account of wound received at Stone River, December 31, 1862.
Rudolph Rine, June 10, 1886.
Peter R. Russell. April 7, 1863; received wounds at the battle of Stone River, December 31, 1862,
Henry G. Seesholtz, Christian Shrader, George W. Shallcross, William Stone, June 10, 1865.
Edward Stone, July 16, 1862.
Robert Tallman, Frederick Thorn, June 10, 1865.
John A. Thompson, February 24, 1862.
James W. Thompson, for wounds received at Stone River, December 31, 1862.
Giles Tillett, for wounds received at Shiloh, April 7, 1862.
Samuel Tillett, Isaac Terrell, June 10, 1865.
Wilson S. Vancuren, June 10, 1865;
Wilson S. Vancuren, June 10, 1865; wounded at Chickamauga, Ga., September 19, 1863.
William Waller, February 14, 1862.
William H. Webb, June 10, 1865.

Died
Mitchell Laban at Camp Wood, Ky., January 6, 1862, of typhoid fever.
W.J. Ankrom, at Louisville, Ky., of dysentery, January, 1862.
J. P. Arnell, at Camp Wood, Ky., March 12, 1862, of typhoid fever.
Levi Atkins, at Flushing O., May, 1862, of wounds received at battle of Shiloh, April 7, 1862.
Thomas Dunn, shot by a comrade on the picket line, November 22, 1861, being mistaken for an enemy.
Benjamin Eckles, at Louisville, Ky., May 3, 1862, of typhoid fever.
James Ferren died at St. Clairsville, Ohio, May 6, 1862, of consumption.
A. Herrick died at Mound City, Ill, May 21, 1862, of wounds received at Shiloh, Spril 7, 1862.
William McKnight died at Flushing, Ohio, June 29, 1862, of consumption.
William Seals died at St. Louis, Mo., December 20, 1862.
David C. Vail died at Louisville, Ky., December 29, 1862, of erysipelas.

 

Company A, 25th Regiment, O.V. I.
This company was organized at St. Clairsville, and arrived at Camp Jackson June 12, 1861. On the 28th of the same month the 25th Regiment was organized, are as follows:

James F. Charlesworth, captain

William Askew, 1st lieutenant

Arthur Higgins, 2nd lieutenant

John D. Koontz, 1st lieutenant

W. B. Wright, sergeant

Zenas Smith, sergeant

Henry Johnson, sergeant

Israel White, sergeant

Burget McConnaughy, corporal

William H. Spear, corporal

James Mellor, sergeant

Thomas W. Fawler, corporal

Abraham Heed, corporal

Hiram Nichol, corporal

Robert Kennedy, corporal

Thomas Ferrell, corporal

George McBride, musician

Robert Fawler, musician

Thomas McBride, wagoner

Privates—Joseph Acres, Alex Barrett, Joseph Boggs, Levi Butler, Elias Baile, James C. Bolon, Joshua Burkhead, Leander Beall, William H. Criswell, George Cass, John Conway, James E. Clifford, Robert Creighton, John F. Crow, Hugh Donnelly, Reuben Donnelly, Robert M. Fulton, Samuel Glasgow, Philip Gable, Joseph Gallaher, John W. Holland, Eli Hanker, Samuel Glasgow, Philip Gable, Joseph Gallaher, John W. Holland, Eli Hanker, Samuel Henry, John R. Hedge, Charles Hoober, William Harrison, Hiram S. Hahn, D. C. Iverson, B. R. Johnson, A. M. Jeffers, Chas. H. King, James Kelly, John W. Dent, D. C. Kinney, Patrick H. Kain, William Linden, William Lockwood, Henry Lambert, John McMillen, John McConnell, G. D. W. McPherson, James McMullen, Samuel McCrum, Jacob McCabe, John McKirahan, Michael Murray, Robert Miller, Henry Meek, John R. Mellor, John F. Peck, Samuel Porterfield, Jesse C. Patterson, Levi Ryan, James Russell, John Richards, E. I. Riley, Josephus F. Rial, William C. Rankin, Nathaniel Sutton, Charles Smith, Asa Taylor, Ignatius Tillett, William F. Talbert, Hezekiah Thomas, George W. Verbeck, Simon L. Voorhies, John Weyer, Robert Wright, James G. Whittell, Henry C. White, William H. White, John Zane.

Promotions, Transfers, etc.
Capt. William P. Scott, assigned to Company A, March 11, 1865.
1st Lieut. Elisha Biggerstaff, assigned to Company A June 12,1864.
2nd Lieut. Daniel J. Crooks assigned to Company A, September 29, 1865.
Robert M. Fulton promoted to corporal, April 1, 1864; sergeant, April, 1865; 1st sergeant, May 18, 1866,
Josephus Kinney, promoted to corporal, April, 1864; to sergeant June 1, 1865.
Joseph Acres, re-enlisted December 31, 1863; promoted to corporal, August 1, 1864; promoted to sergeant, July 1, 1865.
Leander J. Beall, promoted to corporal, February 1, 1865; to sergeant, 1865.
Andrew Fulton, promoted to corporal, June 1, 1865; to sergeant, May 18, 1866.
Simon L. Voorhies, promoted to corporal, November 8, 1864.
Samuel I. McClellan, promoted to corporal, April 1, 1865.
John W. Kent, promoted to corporal, June 1, 1865.
Albert B. Wayt, promoted to corporal August 1, 1865.
M. F. McKirahan, promoted to corporal September 15, 1865.
John M. Watkins, promoted to corporal, May 1, 1866
Joshua S. Holland (recruited) March 14, 1864.
John W. Nevil, Vance Vancuren.

Discharged
James F. Charlesworth, mustered out to accept promotion, May 16, 1862.
William Askew, to accept promotion, September 25, 1861.
Arthur Higgins, promoted to 1st lieutenant, Sep 25, 1861 mustered out to accept promotion, November 4, 1864.
Israel White, promoted ro 1st lieutenant, July 1, 1862; discharged July 18, 1864 (extra term).
Samuel Stewart, promoted to corporal January 6, 1862; to sergeant, September 1, 1863; discharged by reason of reenlistment, December 31, 1863.
Abram Heed, by reason of expiration of term, July 18, 1864.
Thomas H. Ferrell, promoted from corporal to sergeant, September 1, 1863; discharged  to re-enlist, December 31, 1863.
William H. Criswell, promoted to corporal, September 1, 1862; discharged December 31, 1863, to re-enlist.
John McKirahan promted June 1, 1863; discharged December  13, 1863, to re-enlist.
Robert Kennedy, on disability. December 10, 1863.
Chas H. King, promoted to corporal, January 6, 1862; discharged to accept promotion, June 5, 1863;
Michael Murray, promoted to corporal, April 1, 1862; re-enlisted December 31, 1863.
Andrew D. King, promoted to corporal, February 1, 1865; discharged July 15, 1865.
Thomas W. Fawler, re-enlisted December 31, 1863.
George W. McBride, re-enlisted December 31, 1863.
Robert Creighton, re-enlisted December 31, 1863.
John T. Crow (extra term), John B. day (extra term).
Robert M. Fulton re-enlisted December 31, 1863. Samuel Glasgow (extra term), July 16, 1864.
Philip Gable (extra term), Joseph Gallaher (extra term), Eli Hanker, March 16, 1863, on disability.
Charles Hooper, re-enlisted December 31, 1863.
Hiram S. Hahn (extra term),
William T. Hughes, C. D. Iverson, October 1, 1862, on disability.
Benjamin R. Johnson (extra term) .
Andrew M. Jeffers was sent to the hospital at Strasburg, July 4, 1862, the last heard from.
DeWitt C. Kinney (extra term).
Josephus S. Kinney, re-enlisted December 31, 1863.
William Linder (extra term). Henry Lambert re-enlisted December 31, 1863.
G. D. W. McPherson, October 28, 1862, on disability.
Samuel McCrum (extra term),
John McConnell, re-enlisted December 31, 1863.
Thomas W. McBride, re-enlisted December 31, 1863.
John McCabe, reported taken prisoner and died in Richmond.
James Mellor, promoted to sergeant (extra term).
Robert H. Miller, July 31, 1863, on disability .
Henry Meek, December 29, 1862, on disability.
John Murphy, May 29, 1865, on disability.
Samuel B. Porterfield, 1862, on disaibility.
Jesse C. Patterson (extra term) .
Levi Ryan, re-enlisted December 31, 1863.
James Russell (extra term).
M. L. Riley re-enlisted December 31, 1863.
J. F. Rial, May 10, on disability.
Nathaniel Sutton, May 6, 1862, on disability.
Charles Smith, November 10, 1862, on disability.
William Simpson, September 16, 1863, on disability.
D. L. Tyrell (extra term).
W. F. Talbert, March 14, 1862 on disability.
Asa Taylor (extra term).
Robert Wright (extra term),
William H. White, wounded at Gettysburg, Pa., sent to G. H. Dis.
James G. Whittle, April, 19, 1864, from wounds received at Chancellorsville.
Nathaniel Wallace (extra term). Adolph Wiedelbush (extra term).

Died
John D. Koontz died January died January 5, 1862, diarhoea, at Barnesville. O.
William -------------died May 29, 1862, at Franklin, Va.,of wounds received in the battle of McDowell, Va.
William L. Anderson died September 9, 1862, of diarhoea, at Philadelphia, Pa.,
Levi Butler, killed May 2, 1863, at Gettysburg, Pa.
Rueben Donelly died October 2, 1862, at Alexandria, Va., of wounds received in the battle of Bull Run.
Robert A. Fawler died February 27, 1862, at Philadephia, Pa., of smallpox.
William T. Lockwood , killed at battle of Chancellorsville, Va., May 2, 1863.,
Alfred A. McFadden died April 6, 1864, in hospital at Washington, D. C.
James McMullen died January 10, 1862, at Bridgeport, Ohio, of chronic diarrhoea.
John Richards, killed in battle on Alleghany Mountain, Va., December 13, 1861,
Samuel Talbert froze to death on Cheat Mountain, Va., November 21, 1861.
George W. Verbeck, died June 15, 1862, at Glencoe. O., of Wounds received at the battle of McDowell, Va.
Henry C. White, died May 15, 1862, of diarrhoea, at Washington, D. C.
Thomas G. White, killed in the battle of Long Hill, November 30, 1864.

This company was mustered out at Columbus, Ohio, June 18, 1866.

Company A, 43rd Regiment, O. V. I.

This company was made up mostly of men from Bellaire, Bridgeport and Martin's Ferry. It was recruited from October to December, 1861, when mustered into service. The officers and members of Company A were as follows:

Jacob M. Spangler, captain.

Samuel Martin, 1st lieutenant.

John M. Crisswell, 2nd lieutenant

Obadiah M. Davis, 1st sergeant.

William Meek, musician

Privates—John J. Albright, John B. Allen, Andrew B. Anderson, Samuel J. Banks, Robert Baggs, Joseph C. Beam, Geo. Brewer, John Beck, Henry Brown, Benjamin F. Brooks, James A. Carter, John R. Campbell, J. M. Criswell, John Conrad, W. B. Clayton, Jacob S. Clayton, John S. Clark, John W. Campbell, John Conners, Patrick Conaway, Robert Duncan, Robert Dixon, William Davis, Robert Douglas, John Denn, James Douglas, Thomas Dougherty, Thomas Eagon, John P. Eckles, Samuel Eckles, Robert Giffin, James Hollis, Patrick Heffron, William Haley, William Hipkins, Jeremiah Hutcher, Thomas G. Hosper, August Hoffman, James Henry, James Hobbs, Edmond Hannon, James Hartup, John W. Jackson, James M. Keyser, John G. C. King, John J. Levy, William A. Lilly, Philip Lang, Elias B. Lowman,Charles A. Littleton, Geo.W. Long, William Mahoffy, James F. McGrew, John Madden, Henry McGreivy, Thomas McKail, Tobias Oliver, Hiram Oliver, Robert C. Russell, Patrick Reed, John M. Ryan, Samuel Richardson, Jacob Samuels, Lewis Schramm, Sane Smith, Cyrus H. Strahl, Robert Tarbet, Levi D. Thompson, Michael Tynane, Samuel Vanhorn, William Vance, Daniel Westlake, Benj. F. Westlake, Jeremiah Westlake, Martin Welsh, John Winning, George M. Wise, Warren M. Yates.

Promotions
Obadiah M. Davis was promoted from sergeant, Company A, to 2nd lieutenant, May 9, 1864, and assigned to Company I; then promoted to 1st lieutenant January 1, 1865, assigned to Company C, and then promoted to captain, March 1, 1865, and transferred to Company A.
George W. Goodrich was promoted to 1st sergeant, April 1, 1865, promoted to 1st lieutenant, May 22, 1865.
John K. Campbell was promoted to 2nd lieutenant from sergeant, Company A, May 22, 1865.
Robert Dixon was promoted to 1st sergeant, June 1, 1865.
J. B. Smith was promoted from corporal to sergeant, June 1, 1864.
Jacob Rupper was promoted from corporal to sergeant, April 1, 1865.
B. F. Westlake was promoted to sergeant from corporal, June 1, 1865.
David Stitson was promoted to sergeant from corporal June 1, 1864.
Samuel Bishop was promoted to corporal November 1, 1864.
John P. Eckles was promoted to corporal April 1, 1865.
Martin Welsh was promoted to corporal April 1, 1865.
Robert H. Long was promoted to corporal June 1, 1865.
William Hipkins was promoted to corporal June 1, 1865.

Transferred
Samuel T. Colvin, Robert McNary, Luther Stewart, Hamdon, Heatherington, Lewis Schramm, George M. Wise.

Discharged
Samuel Martin resigned his commission as captain September 25, 1864.
Sane Smith was promoted to 1st lieutenant January 1, 1864; mustered out to accept a commission in the 7th lieutenant in the 7th Louisiana. Colored Troops.

Died
Stacy Taylor died in hospital, Decatur, Alabama, April 26, 1864.
Joseph Samuels, killed in action at Atlanta, Ga., August 4, 1864.
George W. Long died in hospital at Marietta, Ga., September 16, 1864.
William Aarants (drafted) died in field hospital in South Carolina, March 17, 1865.
John Barnhart (substitute) died in hospital at Philadelphia, Tenn., April 24, 1865.
George Conaway died in hospital at Marietta, Ga., July 1864. Jesse Gray died in hospital at Hiltonhead, S.C., April 4, 1865.
William Palmer died in hospital at Newbern, N. C., April 16, 1865.


Christian L. Poorman, captain.
Joseph A. Harris, 2nd lieutenant.

Privates—Lewis Applegate, Crawford Armstrong, David Applegate, Thomas Ankrim, Ira Briton, Thomas B. Brown, E. S. Brown, J. C. Bolon, Henry Baxter, Isaac Billingsley, Joseph S. Barnhard, George Bright, Wilson S. Bigley, George Bailey, Elias Beal, Patrick Cochlen, Richard Creighton, James Crimble, W. H. Crabtree, Jefferson Chamberlain, James Dunn, Robert M. Dent, John Danford, Thomas Durbin, P. S. Evins, Fowler Glenn, Denial J. Freeman, Gaston Fox, Robert Gleespy, Stewart Harris, John S. Hamilton, Abram H. Handel, Thomas Huntsman, William V. Johnson, Sr., David Johnson, Jr., Samuel Johnson, Wesley Jones, Colostine Jones, Thomas Kinney, William Kinney, William Lindsey, Henry Miller, Matthew R. McFadden, Robert Morrow, James B. McCormick, Andrew McKirahan, John McKeen, David H. McKeen, George F. Majors, Robert S. Moore, Nathan Moore, James Nixon, William Owens, William Patterson, David Poole, Israel Perry, William Paxton, Charles W. Penn, Uriah Rimbey, Aleanzer Rothwell, James T. Robinson, Ephraim Stull, Richard Shepherd, Humphrey Steadman, Henry Steadman, Thomas Shepherd, Otto Strickland, Isaiah Shepherd, James T. Tiernan, J. W. Taylor, Clark Vanhorn, Henry Wilds, Milo Wilkinson, John R. Wilson, Levi Williams, Elijah M. Weekly, Martin L. Weekly, Zibar Yarnold.

Promotions
Crawford Armstrong was appointed sergeant from private, December 31, 1863; appointed 1st sergeant, August 9, 1864; promoted to captain April 1, 1865.
James W. Dunn was appointed sergeant, April 1, 1865; promoted to lieutenant, May 21, 1865.
William P. Weekly was appointed corporal December 31, 1863; sergeant, April, 1865; 1st sergeant, June 1, 1865.
William H. Crabtree was appointed corporal, December 31, 1863; sergeant June 8, 1864.
Samuel S. Delaney was appointed corporal, December 31, 1863; sergeant, May 1, 1865.
Thomas Shepherd was appointed corporal June 8, 1864; sergeant June 1, 1865.
Alcanzer  Rothwell was appointed corporal June 8, 1864; sergeant June 1, 1865.
William Orr was appointed corporal, December 31, 1863; absent , no discharge furnished.
Elijah S. Brown was appointed corporal, August 6, 1864.
Andrew McKirahan was appointed corporal, January 1, 1865
Matthew C. Henderson was appointed corporal, January 1, 1865.
Stewart Harris, was appointed corporal, January 1, 1865.
Matthew C. Henderson was appointed corporal April 1, 1865.
Abram H. Handel was appointed corporal, June 1, 1865.
Robert M. Dent was appointed corporal, January 1, 1865.

Recruit
Daniel I. Clark, Francis Clark, George W. Keeper, Jefferson Mayburg, Franklin Taylor. These gentlemen were from Belmont County. There were other recruits from different parts of this State, numbering in all, 36.

Discharged
John Cunnard, discharged January 1, 1865, expiration of term.
Jefferson Chamberlain, discharged January 1, 1865, same.
John C. Bolon, discharged August 8, 1864, to receive promotion.
Joseph Barnhard, discharged, January 1, 1865.
John W. Taylor, discharged, January 1, 1865, expiration of term.
Benton Bitenhour, discharged from hospital, January 17, 1865.
Emanuel Goldsborough.

Transferred
Basil M. Simpson, Henry Butts, Thomas Fowler.

Died
Milo Wilkinson, promoted from 1st sergeant to 2nd lieutenant, May 9, 1864; died of disease, January 29, 1864, at Chattanooga, Tenn.
Irwin Harrison died of disease, September 22, 1864.
David Johnson died in prison at Andersonville, Ga., September  14, 1864.
Patrick Martin died in hospital, March 7, 1865.
Samuel Meadly died of disease at Covington, Ky., February 24, 1864.
George W. Nixon died of disease, March 5, 1864.
Addison Seyeler died of disease at Decatur, Ala., May 12, 1864.
Charles Taylor died of disease at Nashville, Tenn., July 14, 1864.

This company was mustered out at Louisville, Ky., July 13, 1865.

 

Company F, 50th Regiment, O.V. I.
Company F was raised in Belmont County, and was mustered  into service August 30, 1862. This company was organized as follows:

Thomas Clark, captain.

James G. Theaker, 1st lieutenant.

Robert P. Moore, 2nd lieutenant.

Thomas C. Thoburn, 1st lieutenant.

Hugh D. Dubois, sergeant.

George R. Grier, sergeant.

James R. Griffith, sergeant.

Andrew D. Mitchell, sergeant.

Lord N. Soles, corporal.

Isaac I. Cox, corporal.

James W. Shipman, corporal.

George W. Shipman, corporal.

Charles D. Chandler, corporal.

William G. Taggart, corporal.

James Henry, corporal.

Jacob P. Githens, corporal.

Privates—D. K. Allen, Jesse W. Adams, Looman Beck, Wesley Beck, John t. Beck, James Boyles, G. Bliss, John A. Barr, Gilbert W. Briggs, Samuel Briggs, John Bereg, Robert H. Clayland, John C. Chandler, Watson D. Cochran, Wilson H. Cochran, William Conway, Louis Coy, Samuel Cox, Harry Chambers, C. Cook, I. P. Conry, George Denny, Samuel Davis, Thomas Ewan, William Ellis, A. S. Field, Campbell Fitch, Simon Footer, Lafayette Githens, Thomas I. Githens, Charles Goff, Peter Gorman, Robert H. Griffith, A. H. Gody, Robert Goff, James Hutchinson, Seth Howell, William Harrison, William Jackson, Charles Johnson, Levi Jones, Henry Jones, Samuel Jones, John Leech, Peter Leoman, William D. McWilliams, Cyrus Moore, James Miller, Thomas D. Miller, Daniel S. McGeachy, Joseph Marple, William Miller, Samue Munloch, Peter Murray, John A. Patterson, Theodore Porter, Nathan Parker, William Pursell, George Phus, William Ryan, Philips Renick, John W. Riley, G. P. Riley, A. H. Reed, Jacob Bennett, G. W. Snodgrass, W. T. Steedman, Richard Slocum, H. H. Sprigg, Andrew Steele, George W. Trover, J. H. Taggart, Saul Thompson, John H. Tyson, Rueben Wells, Barnard Williams, Philip Wilson, Barnard White, Henry Wooster, John Young, Stephen Yates.

Promotions, Casualties, etc.
James G. Theaker was 1st lieutenant from August 18, 1862, until June 21, 1864, when he was promoted to captain.
Thomas Clark discharged June 21, 1864, on surgeon's certificate.
Seth Howell was appointed corporal, May 1, 1863; severely wounded in the battle of Franklin, November 30, 1864.
David K. Allen severely wounded in the battle of Franklin, November 30, 1864.
James Miller last heard from August , 1864, in hospital camp at Camp Dennison, Ohio.
Joseph W. Stringer was taken prisoner, November 30, 1864, at Franklin.

Discharged

Hugh D. DuBois was promoted to 1st sergeant, June 21, 1864, wounded at Franklin, November 30, 1864; discharged March 5, by reason of consolidation with the 99th O. V. I.
George R.Grier, discharged March 5, 1865, by reason of consolidation with the 99th O. V. I.
Andrew D. Mitchell, discharged March 5, 1865, by reason of consolidation with the 99th O. V. I.
Charles B. Chandler, discharged March 7, 1863, for the, marine service.
Robert Goff was appointed corporal May 1, 1863; discharged March 5, 1863; and consolidated with the 99th O. V. I.
James Henry, discharged November 24, 1862.
Thomas D. Moore, appointed corporal, December 23, 1862; taken prisoner , November 30, 1864, at battle of Franklin; discharged May 22, 1865.
William Taggart, discharged April 2, 1863.
Hamilton Warren, transferred from the 99th O. V. I., December 31, 1864; discharged March 5, 1865.
Robert H. Cleveland was appointed corporal, September 28, 1862, discharged June 7, 1865, at Wheeling, W. Va.,
Looman Beck, discharged on certificate of disability, March 16, 1863.
John A. Barr, discharged, May 24, 1865.
Louis Coy, discharged, October 28, 1862, for disability.
W. D. Cochran, discharged, March 9, 1863, for disability.
W. H. Cochran, discharged, May 23, 1863, for disability.
William Ellis, discharged January 1, 1863, for disability.
Campbell Fitch, discharged January 1, 1863, for disability.
Lafayette Githens, taken prisoner, November 30, 1864, at battle of Franklin; discharged May 20, 1865.
William Kiphart, discharged May 24, 1865.
William A. Miller, discharged March 24, 1863, for disability.
Joseph Marple, discharged, November 24, 1863, for disability.
Theodore Porter, discharged November 24, 1862, for disability.
I. M. Souls, discharged April 17, 1865.
George Shipman, discharged May 12, 1865.
William Rynard, discharged, April 10, 1863, for disability. 

Transferred
John Leech, William Pursell, G. P. Riley.

Died
James Boyles died in hospital at Lebanon, Ky., November 29, 1862, of erysipelas fever,
James Francis, killed in battle of Perryville  October, 1862.
Jacob K. P. Githens died in hospital, Camp Dennison, O., October 3, 1864.
Thomas J. Githens died in hospital at Atlanta, Ga., October 21, 1864, of dysentery.
Charles Smith, taken prisoner at battle of Franklin, November 30, 1864; died March 27, 1865, at Vicksburg, Miss.

Deserted
Gilbert Biggs, John Berry, Samuel Briggs, Samuel Cox, Harry Chambers, Charles Goff, James Hutchinson.

There were 38 deserters from this company, but the above were all from Belmont County. This company was mustered out at Salisbury, N. C., June 26, 1865.

 

Company C, 52nd Regiment, O. V. I.
Company C was composed mainly of recruits raised at Barnesville and Somerton. On the 20th of August it was accepted into the service at Camp Dennison, Ohio, where the 52nd Regiment was organized. The officers were:

Captain, Jacob F. Moffitt.

1st lieutenant, Abisha C. Thomas.

2nd lieutenant, Ezekiel E. Mills.

1st sergeant, William P. Shankland.

Sergeant, William Starbuck.

Sergeant, Newton McGill.

Sergeant, William J. Bradford.

Sergeant, J. N.Hunt.

Corporals-- Isaac Yocum, William H. Piper, John H. McHendry, C. W. Grimes, James H. Curtis, Newell H. Buchanaon, William C. Deems.

Drummer, Charles w. Tillett.

Resignations, Transfers, etc.
Jacob E. Moffit resigned February 2, 1863.
Abisha C. Thomas, mustered out.
William P. Shankland resigned, June 18, 1863.
Christopher W. Grimes, mustered out; commanded Company C, to 1865; commanding Company K, since April 1, 1865.
Ezekiel E. Mills resigned, February 13, 1863.

Mustered out
William Starbuck, Newton McGill, Edwin D. Patterson, promoted from corporal to sergeant, March, 1865.
Isaac Yocum, N. H. Buchanan, W. C. Deems, Joseph A. Parsons, Charles T. Whitaker, promoted to corporal.
Chas. W. Tillett, promoted from private, March 1, 1865.
John W. Hance, promoted to corporal. Thomas
P. Barnes, John Bailey, William Calvin, George W. Calvin, John Dilliha, George W. Day, James W. Flager, Isaac Hays, W. G. Hilton, R. W. Harris, James Hines, Humphrey Baler, John N. Hunt, Clemens Hicks, William Hadley, Gilmore Howell, John W. Hardesty, William Lathan, John W. Merrill, S. W. Parker, W. H.. Piper, Thomas Petticord, John Bucker, John W. Stubbs, Alfred Stiffler, James T, Woodland, W. W. Windom, Robert Warnock.

Killed in Battle
Fenton M. Carter, killed by cannon shot, May 14, 1864 at Resaca, Ga,
L. H. Street, killed by musket shot, June 27, 1864, at Peach Tree Creek, Ga.
Alfred Bruster, killed by musket shot, September 1, 1864, at Jonesboro, Ga.

Died
E. B. Clifford died, October 20, 1862, at Harrodsburg, Ky., of typhoid fever.
George W. Campbell died December 29, 1862, at Nashville, Tenn., of chronic diarrhea.
John Forbes died December 16, 1862, at Nashville, Tenn., of erysipelas
Chapman Harner died November 11, 1862, at Bowling Green, Ky.,of chronic diarrhea. Ashbury Malone died July 25, 1863, at Nashville, Tenn., of chronic diarrhea. John Malone died March 23, 1864, at Nashville, Tenn. W. F. Lewis died July 10, 1864, at Chattanooga, Tenn. , of diarrhea. W. J. Bradfield died August 8, 1864, at Nashville, Tenn. Mordecai Carter died August 8, 1864, at Nashville, Tenn. Alexander Hinton died September 13, 1864, at Atlanta, Ga. John W. Barnes died March 25, 1865, near Bentonville, N. C., of wounds. Ezra J. Mann died May 1, 1865, at New Bern, N. C.

Discharged
Amos H. Hampton, October 24, 1862. E. Bailey, December 19, 1862. B. F. Perkey, December 19, 1862. E. C. Tomlinson, January 26, 1863. J. W. Hunt, January 26, 1863. Asa T. Patterson, February 6, 1863. John L. Brister, February 20, 1863. William McDonald, December--, Josiah B. McKee, November 10, 1862. W. A. Brister, November 10, 1862. Francis M. Acton, July 4, 1863. John H. McEndree, August 20, 1864. James H. Carter, March 27, 1865. James W. Lynde, May 1, 1865, Jerome Miller, May 20, 1865.

Transferred
William L. Patton, to Engineers Corps, August 31, 1864. James P. Carter to V. R. C. Isaac Teets.

This company was mustered out June 3, 1865, at Washington, D. C.


Company F, 52nd Regiment, O. V. I.
Company F was recruited at Powhatan, Armstrong's Mills, Dillie's Bottom and Captina. It entered service at Camp Dennison, August 22, 1862. The officers were as follows:

Captain, J. B. Donaldson.

1st lieutenant, John Irwin.

2nd lieutenant, Samuel C. Hutchinson.

Sergeant, Thomas B. Hammond.

Sergeant, James W. McFadden.

Sergeant, Samuel M. Gordon.

Sergeant, Julius Armstrong.

Sergeant, Benjamin F. Thomas.

Corporals, Sylvester L. Pierce, Conrad Slupman, Albert E. Crist, Anthony T. Lockwood, James McAvoy, James G. King, Isaac Gates, Elijah R. Hudson.

Resignations, Promotions,etc
James B. Donaldson resigned May 22, 1863.
Samuel C. Hutchinson, mustered out.
John Irwin resigned May 20, 1863.
Sylvester L. Brice, mustered out.
Julius Armstrong, promoted to 1st lieutenant and transferred to Company H.

Mustered Out
T. B. Hammond, J. W. McFadden, W. S. Swaine, John W. Hess, Anthony Lockwood, (no discharge furnished) sergeants; Michael Long, Isaac Yates, E. R. Hudson, Thomas Tyrrel, Peter Giffin, corporals; John Anthony, Martin Baker, Eli Barnes, Volney Blue, Alex C. Crist (no discharge furnished), David Dillon, William Duvall, Stewart Doty, Robert Gates, James Gates, J. Gillespie, Samuel Gillespie, Wellington Gillespie, F. J. Hendershot, Johnson Hammond, Jas. Holland, G. W. Jones, T. H. Kirkland, John Moore, W. W. Moore, John McVey, M. C. McCabe, (no discharge furnished) J. C. Ritman, Martin Purtiman, Salathiel Pugh, N. Pugh, (no discharge furnished), H. Roder, W. Souste, Joshua Swaney, James Thornburg, James Tyrell, Isaac Vandign, Perry Wright, privates.

Killed in Battle
Albert E. Crist, killed in action at Kenesaw Mountain, Ga., June 27, 1864.
Robert J. Stewart, killed in action at Kenesaw Mountain, Ga., June 27, 1864.
Augustus T. Dorsey, killed in action at Kenesaw Mountain, June 27, 1864.

Died
Conrad Shipman died November 3, 1862, of consumption at Evansville, Ind.
James G. King died November 22, 1862, of fever at Danville, Ky.
Ebenezer Gillespie died of wounds received in action at Kenesaw Mountain, Ga., June 27, 1864.
Cornelius Hess died October 30, 1862, of inflammation of lungs.
Valentine Bryson died November 5, 1862, of congestive chills, near Franklyn, Ky.,
John W. Sidles died December, 1862, of chronic diarrhea, at Bowling Green, Ky.
Asa Vandign died December 29, 1862, at Nashville, Tenn.
James Lucas died January 7, 1863, at Nashville, Tenn.
Robert Owen died January 1, 1863, at Nashville, Tenn.
Joseph B. Roder died January 7, 1863, at Nashville, Tenn.
Robert Owen died January 1, 1863, at Nashville, Tenn.
Joshua Campbell died January 30, 1863, at Nashville, Tenn.
John Kinney died January 22, 1863, at Nashville, Tenn.
John Hess died February 3, 1863, at Nashville, Tenn.
John Siler died February 6, 1863, at Nashville, Tenn.

Discharged on Disability
Samuel M. Gordon, February 9, 1863.
Benjamin F. Thomas, April 6, 1863.
James McAvoy, January 7, 1863:
William Bennett, October 27, 1862;
John Shipman, John Jobes, November 17, 1862;
Dorsey Danford, December 12, 1862;
Robert Carpenter, February 1, 1862.
Michael Allen, Alexander Landers, John Rush, G. W. Lindsey, February 3, 1863;
Singleton Owens, Ed. Huffman, Henry Huffman, Daniel Groves, Alfred Doty, February 9, 1863;
Hezekiah Laffell, February 10, 1863;
John R. Trigg, February 16, 1863;
W. T. Minager, May 5, 1863;
William Gatten, October 11, 1862;
William Richardson, February 24, 1864;
Frank F. Cook, discharged but no record given;
Christian May, October 27, 1864; Joseph H. Jones, April 25, 1864.

Transferred
Thomas Boyers, G. W. Wallace,  James B. Day, Robt. Hammond.

Prisoners of War
Thomas Fink, taken prisoner at Peach Tree Creek, Ga., July 16, 1863; supposed to have died.
Urias R. Martin, taken prisoner near Goldsboro, N. C. while foraging; supposed to have been murdered by his captives, March 17, 1865.


Mustered out June 3, 1865, at Washington, D. C.

 

Company H, 61st Regiment, O. V. I.
This company was recruited at Bellaire, Bridgeport, Martin's Ferry, Jacobsburg and Glencoe, Belmont County, Ohio. It was enlisted between January and April, 1862. It was organized as follows:

John Garrett, captain.

David Rankin, 1st lieutenant.

Milton W. Judkins, 2nd lieutenant.

Isaiah Grafton, 1st sergeant

John Wright, sergeant.

William Smith, sergeant.

William Whims, sergeant.

John G. Lanning, sergeant.

Zenas Shipman, corporal.

James W. Grafton, corporal.

David B, Long, corporal.

Wilson S. Mitchell, corporal.

John Kennedy, corporal.

John Drum, corporal.

Joseph B. Dean, corporal.

Jacob B. Long, corporal.

Musicians—John Huntsman, William Martin.

Wagoner—William Long.

Privates—Wesley G. Ault, Richard Beavers, Solomon Beach, Thomas Brown, Edward Brown, John Cumford, William Clark, John Dwayer, John Detwiler, Joseph Danager, Alexander W. Daniels, Francis Daine, Alexander Evans, Monroe Francis, Richard S. Francis, John Fry, Nelson Gray, Isaac A. Grist, William Gaston, Nicholas Hines, Albert Hockady, Samuel Hines, William Jopland, Thomas Jackson, Jacob Jackson, John W. Jackson, John Jones, John Johnston, William Judd, Robert A. Kelsey, Joseph H. King, Peter Kenny, William Lash, James A. Long, S. B. Long, E. M. Mitchell, Michael McClusky, John Macauley, W. A. McKirahan, Jacob May, William May, William Miller, John Moore, George Martin, James Nicholson, Hugh Nixon, Terrence O' Brien, Robert H. Patterson, John W. Patterson, Samuel Potts, Richard Pearce, David Porter, Walker Pittet, John Porter, John T. Rothwell, James D. Richards, James S. Smith, Alfred Shahan, John Shatzer, George Swartz, John C. Taylor, Joseph Penley, William Taylor, James W. Wright, George W. Worley, Michael Welsh, James Weir, Daniel W. Wise, Charles Wright, Fedale Zarne.

Company H was practically consolidated with the 82nd Regiment, O. V. I., March 31, 1865, and made a part of Company H of that regiment.

Casualties
John G. Lanning, promoted to sergeant February 11, 1864.
James S. Smith, promoted to corporal February 5, 1864.
John T. Rothwell, promoted to corporal March 2, 1864.
David Porter, promoted to corporal February 4, 1864.
Wesley G. Ault, promoted to corporal June 2, 1865.

Discharged
James Cain, released prisoner; discharged by virtue of orders of War Department.
James W. Wright, discharged at Camp Dennison, Ohio. June 28, 1865.

Mustered out at Louisville, Ky., July 24, 1865.


Company E, 62nd Regiment, O. V. I.
Company E was organized at Somerton and  rendezvoused at Camp Goddard. This company was mustered into service October 16, 1861. The company was as follows:

Henry G. Jackson, captain.

Samuel E. Taylor, 2nd lieutenant.

Joel M. Maring, 3rd lieutenant,

Samuel Hopper, 1st sergeant.

Francis A. Bishop, sergeant.

John Couplin, sergeant.

Charles E. Rowlen, sergeant.

Jonathan Dunn, sergeant.

Abel Hicks, corporal.

William S. Hobbs, corporal.

John B. Powell, corporal.

Aquilla Thomas, corporal.

William W. Sullivan, corporal.

James Smith, corporal.

Wilson Strahl, corporal.

Thomas Wilson, corporal.

Privates—Josh Bishop, James K. Bishop, Benjamin Bishop, Stephen I. Brown, Samuel H. Blaney, Charles Biddebhorn, William Burcher, Charles O. Bishop, James O. Couplin, William H. Carter, George Carpenter, Abraham Clark, Stephen Claudy, Henry Clark, Waldon Clark, John A. Driggs, Christopher Dillen, William T. Fletcher, Thomas H. Gibbins, William S. Gregg, Thomas D. Gibbons, David H. Grimes, Lawrence W. Hobbs, Alonzo M. Hobbs, Nathan B. Hurford, Benjamin S. Hurford, John W. Hopper, William W. Hopper, John L. Hadsall, Henry Howard, William W. Hudson, William W. Johnson, McDowell T. Koontz, George Kadle,  Andrew I. Lane, John Livingston, Frankin Morris, John R. Merrill, James Maxwell, Eli Miller, Benjamin Mahoney, George T. B. Monette, Washington Nelson, Vance M. Nelson, Joseph Nelson, Franklin Outland, Joseph Palmer, Elwood Price, Theophilus Peddicord,Lycurgus Peddicord, Glane Patterson, Crawford Riley, Nathaniel Strahl, David L. Strahl, E. D. Strahl, William M. Stewart, Milton B. Stay, Thomas Starbuck, William I. Snode, Andrew C. Shepherd, William Street, Evan T. Strahl, Thomas Strahl, Joseph C. Tomlinson, John W. Vandyke, William West, Leander Wiley, James L. Wharton, John Yocum, Joseph Yocum, Thomas Yarnell.

Casualties
Samuel D. Hopper was appointed 1st sergeant December 14, 1864; appointed 2nd lieutenant August 11, 1862; appointed 1st lieutenant May 16,1863 appointed captain October 15, 1863; wounded slightly in the charge upon Fort Wagoner, S. C.
Thomas Wilson was appointed corporal December 14, 1861; promoted to sergeant May 15, 1862; promoted to 1st sergeant September 2, 1862; was severely wounded in the left hand and slightly in the right side in the charge on Fort Wagner, S. C., July 18, 1863; re-enlisted February 26, 1864; re-appointed 1st sergeant February 1, 1864.
William S. Hobbs was appointed corporal December 14, 1861; promoted to sergeant September 2, 1862; re-enlisted January 1, 1864; re-appointed sergeant February 1, 1864.
Charles E. Rowlen was appointed sergeant December 14, 1861; re-enlisted January 1, 1864; reappointed sergeant February 1, 1864.
Charles G. Biddenhorn was promoted to corporal September 2, 1862; promoted to sergeant July 1, 1863; was wounded in leg by pistol shot and taken prisoner in charge upon Fort Wagner, S. C.; was exchanged July, 1863; re-enlisted; re-appointed sergeant.
William W. Sullivan was appointed corporal December 14, 1861; re-enlisted; re-appointed corporal
McDowell T. Koontz was promoted to corporal May 16, 1862; re-enlisted; re-appointed corporal.
John L. Hadsall was promoted to corporal September 2, 1862; was wounded in leg by shell in charge upon Fort Wagner, S. C., July 18, 1863.
William W. Hopper was promoted to corporal February 1, 1864; re-enlisted; served in the three months' service in the 17th Ohio Regiment.
Waldon Clark was promoted to corporal July 18, 1863; re-enlisted; re-appointed corporal; was in charge on Fort Wagner July 18, 1863,
B. S. Hurford was promoted to corporal July 18, 1863; re-enlisted; re-appointed corporal; in charge upon Fort Wagner.
Vance M. Nelson was promoted to corporal July 1, 1863; was in charge upon Fort Wagner, July 18, 1863.
W. H. Carter was promoted to corporal January 1, 1863; wounded severely by musket shot in the shoulder in the charge upon Fort Wagner, S. C., July 18, 1863.
Stephen J. Brown was in the charge upon Fort Wagner,S. C.
Samuel H. Blaney was wounded severely in right arm by musket shot in charge upon Fort Wagner, S. C.
David T. Burr was in the charge upon Fort Wagner, July 18, 1863.
Henry S. Clark was taken prisoner in the charge upon Fort Wagner.
William Craig detached as artilleryman July 20, 1862.
John A. Driggs, William T. Fletcher, Thomas D. Gibbons, William S. Gregg and Nathan H. Hurford were in charge upon Fort Wagner.
Alonzo M. Hobbs was severely wounded in leg by musket shot in charge upon Fort Wagner.
John T. Livingston was severely in foot by fragment of shell at the charge of Fort Wagner.
Franklin Morris was in the charge at Fort Wagner, Washington Nelson was in the charge upon Fort Wagner July 18, 1863.
Joseph Nelson, Glane Patterson, William T. Street and John W. Snode were in charge upon Fort Wagner.
Thomas Starbuck was taken prisoner at Fort Wagner., July 18, 1863.
Leander Wiley was wounded severely in the neck by musket shot in the charge upon Fort Wagner.

Discharged
Henry G. Jackson discharged May 26, 1862, on account of disabilities.
Joel M. Maring was appointed as captain, December 7, 1861; resigned on surgeon's certificate August 11, 1862.
Thomas Showers, transferred from Company A; discharged on surgeon's certificate, January 29, 1863.
Abel Hicks, appointed corporal December 14, 1861; promoted to sergeant, May 15, 1862; discharged August 4, 1862.
Jonathan Dunn, appointed sergeant, December 14, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate, December 26, 1862.
John Couplin, appointed sergeant, May 8, 1862.
Aquilla Thomas, appointed corporal December 14, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate , September 13, 1862.
James Smith, appointed corporal, December 14, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate September 20, 1862.
George Carpenter, promoted to corporal May 15, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate December 23, 1862.
Jacob Bishop, discharged on surgeon's certificate, May 8, 1862.
Jas. K. Bishop, discharged on surgeon's certificate, July 5, 1863.
Charles O. Bishop, discharged on surgeon's certificate, June, 1862.
James O. Couplin was wounded severely in the leg by musket shot; discharged from effects of wound.
Stephen Claudy, discharged for disability, July 5, 1863.
Christopher Dillen was taken prisoner at Strasburg, Va.; discharged for disability, June 17, 1862.
John W. Hopper, December 13, 1862, for disability.
John R. Merrill on surgeon's certificate, December 13, 1862.
Lycurgus Peddicord on surgeon's certificate, September 4, 1862.
Charles Patten, on surgeon's certificate, July 26, 1862.
Nathan P. Strahl, on surgeon's certificate, October 14, 1862.
David L. Strahl, on surgeon's certificate, March 29, 1863.
William M. Stewart, on surgeon's certificate; March 15, 1863 .
Milton M. Stay on surgeon's certificate, date unknown.
Andrew C. Shepherd, on surgeon's certificate, June, 1863.
Evan T. Strahl, on surgeon's certificate; date not recorded.
William West on surgeon's certificate, January 24, 1863.
Thomas Yarnell, on surgeon's certificate, June, 1863.

Transferred
John B. Powell, Aaron D. Yocum, E. D. Strahl, Samuel J. Sill.

Died
B. F, Bishop, at Hampton Hospital, Va., September 2, 1862, of typhoid fever.
L. W. Hobbs was killed in the charge upon Fort Wagner, July 18, 1863.
William W. Hudson died a prisoner in Charleston, S. C. from wounds received from in charge upon Fort Wagner.
William W. Johnson was killed in the charge upon Fort Wagner.
George T. B. Monette died at Frederick, Md., April 15, 1862, of typhoid fever.
Riley W. Crawford was killed in the charge upon Fort Wagner.
John W. Vandyke died at Harrison's Landing, August 11, 1862, of brain  fever.
James F. Stewart died at Hilton Head, S. C., April 24, 1864, of hemorrhage of the bowels.

This company was mustered out June 1, 1864. The history of this company is identical with the history of the regiment, as it never was separated from it.


Company E. 77th Regiment, O.V. I.
This company was recruited at Bellaire, Putney township, Washington. Mead and York townships, Belmont County. It rendezvoused with the regiment at Marietta, where the regimental organization took place. Jesse Hilderbrand was elected colonel. The organization of Company E, with its members, was as follows:

Andrew Smith, captain,

Thomas Garrett, 1st sergeant.

Hanson Criswell, 2nd lieutenant.

Daniel McCabe, 1st sergeant.

John L. McIntire, sergeant.

Levi M. Sinclair, sergeant.

G. W. Williams, Sr., sergeant.

John I. Thomas, sergeant.

Thomas Anderson, corporal.

John K. Hepburn, corporal.

Israel R. Heath, corporal.

Charles J. Bloom, corporal.

Dennis Hogan, corporal.

Benjamin Dunlap, corporal.

Jacob P. Kinney, corporal.

James M. Baker, corporal.

John W. Stauhope, musician.

Privates—Edward Burns, Thomas Barker, Peter Brandon, Leander Barnet, Wm. C. Berry, Samuel Bennington, Wm. Bennington, J. T. Broxton, Jas. Baxter, Thomas B. Crozier, Jesse Cross, William Craig, William Chance, Benjamin Doyel, Eli B. Davison, James A. Dumfie, Monterville Drummond, Isaac Fogle, Jeremiah A. Fish, Isaac Gilbert, Moses Gordon, Austin Gill, John Hays, G. W. Hogan, Jas. P. Hammond, David M. Hammond, Robert Hess, Dixon M. Hepburn, Andrew J. Heath, Joseph Hobbs, Hamilton Hunter, Jerome Higgs, Emmer Jackson, Samuel Jackson, Harrison Jackson, Jacob Johnston, George Johnston, Edward Kinney, Robert Knox, Nathaniel Like, Chas. Lyttleson, John McMillen, Francis Miller, Wm. P. B. McFarland, Thomas McCormick, Wm. H. O'Neil, Francis Pitner, Jacob Prest, Hugh Padden, Wm. Porter, Wm. Ritcheson, Reuben Russell, Thomas Rosser, J. C. Sissel, John Seaber, Johnston Sinclair, Wm. Smith, Damiel Shoup, Samuel R. Thomas, John C. Taylor, Wilson S. Vanhorn, Nathaniel B. Wright, Geo. W. Williams, Jr., Wm. Williams, Andrew Williams, James Wallace, Thomas H. Wallace, John Wingrove, Perry Wright, Jas. Wells.

The men of Company F, re-organized as a portion of companies E and F of the same regiment.

Promotions, Transfers, etc.
(Company E)
Robert Hess, promoted to corporal, March 20, 1864. John Kune, promoted to corporal, June 5, 1863.
Francis A. Pitner, promoted to corporal June 16, 1865.
Johnson C. Sinclair, promoted to corporal December 1, 1865.
Samuel Bennington, promoted to corporal March 1, 1866.
George W. Williams, promoted to sergeant, until May 31, 1865; discharged at same date.
Jacob P. Kinney, appointed sergeant, April 27, 1865 and transferred to Company F.
Eli. B. Davison, appointed corporal April 27, 1865, and transferred to Company F
Jeremiah A. Fish, transferred to N. C. S. of regiment and appointed quartermaster sergeant.
W. H. O' Neil, transferred to V. R. C., April 21, 1865.
George W. Hogan died of disease at hospital in Louisiana, June 11, 1865.

Mustered out at Brownsville, Texas, March 8, 1866.

Promotions, Transfers, etc.
(Company F)
George Johnson, Jacob Prest, Reuben Russell, Thomas Rosser, William Smith, James W. Wallace, George W. Williams, Jacob P. Kinney, promoted to sergeant December 12, 1864.
W. P. B. McFarland, discharged on disability May 30, 1865.
Jacob D. Decker died while a prisoner of war at Tyler, Tex., July 21, 1864.

Mustered out at Brownsville, Texas, March 8, 1866.


Company B, 98th Regiment, O. V. I.

 

This company was enlisted at St. Clairsville and organized with regiment at Camp Mingo, near Steubenville, August 22, 1862. It's original officers and members were as follows:

Joseph R. Mitchell, captain.

Louis Woodmanse, 1st lieutenant.

Hiram J. Craft, 2nd lieutenant.

Jacob L. Holloway, 1st sergeant.

Thomas J. Hawthorne, sergeant.

Samuel R. Smith, sergeant.

Benjamin R. Griffith, sergeant.

Jacob Hymes, sergeant.

Henry B. McDonald.

Hamilton Rogers, corporal.

Jas. F. Watson, corporal.

William H. Roscoe, corporal.

Johnston Mitchell, corporal.

James E. Judkins, corporal.

G. W. Mackison, corporal.

Isaac H. Nichols, corporal.

Jesse Brandenburgh, musician.

William Reynolds, musician.

John F. Smur, wagoner

Privates—William J. Alexander, Charles A. Allen, William Bell, Dighton Berry, John A. Bethel, josiah Blackford, Smith Branson, James A. Brown, Albert Brown, Samuel Bruce, P. C. Campbell, Hiram Culp, Nathan G. Davis, Thomas Davis, Moses H. Dewalt, David L. Dewitt, Wm. F. Duff, David V. Dutton, Henry Fitzergerald, Eli M. Fowler, Jas. Galbreath, Alfred Gardner, Geo. H. Glenn, John Graham, Geo. Graham, Jas. Graham, Isaac Grimes, Johnston Hammond, Pennington Harden, Robt. Hare, Wm. A. Hastings, Wilson Henderson, Jesse Huff, Job Hughes, W. B. James, John Jamison, Geo. Jepson, Ezra Johnston, A. R. Jones, Allen M. Kirk, Evan B. Kirk, Ebenezer F. Knapp, J. B. D. Keim, Jos. P. Lees, L. S. Lilly, T. C. Martin, Wm. H. Miller, Martin Moore, Jas. McBride, Jas. A. McNary, Mahlon Nichols, Thomas Nichols, Samuel M. Noah, W. W. Orison, John Patton, Geo. M. Patton, Chas. L. Pickering, Isaac K. Piggott, John Pollock, Reason Porter, Jesse Pratt, John Ralston, John T. Roseboro, – Rogers, Conrad Schmeitzer, Alex H. Sloan, Jos. Smith, Jos. Spencer, Jerry Stinrod, J. B. Stewart, Jas. A. Stewart, Chas. Stilwell, Lemuel Stilwell, Wm. Taylor, G. W. A. Thompson, Alex Thoburn, Ignatius Tillett, Geo. W. Vanseyol, Lewis Walter, Jesse M. Woods, O. A. Zane, Benjamin Zane.

Promotions, Casualties, etc.
Joseph R. Mitchell, discharged October 14, 1864, on account of disability.
Reese G. Lewis, promoted from 1st lieutenant Company E; mustered out on separate rolls.
Louis Woodmanse, discharged on account of disability, December 23, 1863.
Jacob A. Holloway was promoted from 1st lieutenant August 1, 1864.
Hiram J. Craft was promoted from 2nd lieutenant to captain of Company F, July 29, 1864.
George W. Mackison was promoted from corporal to sergeant, September 1, 1864.
John Patton entered service as a private; promoted to corporal September 1, 1864.
Mahlon Nichols was promoted to corporal September 1, 1864; wounded in battle at Bentonville, March 19, 1865.
Isaac Piggott was promoted to corporal September 1, 1864.
William B. James was wounded at Jonesboro, Ga., September, 1864.
O. A. Zane was exchanged prisoner at Bridgeport, Ohio.

Killed
L. S. Lilly was killed in battle at Chickamauga, Ga., September 20, 1863.
Johnston Mitchell was killed in battle at Jonesboro, Ga., September 1, 1864.
Josiah Blackford was killed in battle at Chickamauga, Ga., September 20, 1863.
Robert Hare was killed in battle at Perryville, Ky., October 8, 1862.
John Jamison was killed in battle at Kenesaw Mountain, June 27, 1864.
William H. Miller was killed in battle at Perryville, Ky., October 8, 1864.
George W. A. Thompson was killed in battle at Perryville, Ky., October 8, 1862.
Reason Porter was killed in battle at Perryville, Ky., October 8, 1862.
Jesse M. Woods was killed in battle at Resaca, May 14, 1864.

Died
Hamilton Rogers died of disease at Perryville, Ky., October 19, 1862.
Henry McDonald died of wounds received in battle at Jonesboro, Ga., September 1, 1864.
John Pollock, promoted to corporal November 25, 1862; died of wounds received at Chickamauga, September 20, 1863.
Moses H. DeVault died of wounds received in battle at  Jonesboro, Ga., September 1, 1864.
David D. Hutton died of  disease in hospital at Savannah , February 25, 1865.
John Graham died in hospital at Nashville, April 1, 1863, of chronic diarrhea.
George Glenn died in Flushing, O., February 17, 1863, of typhoid fever.
George Hale died of disease in hospital at Nashville, Tenn., August 25, 1864.
Addison R. Jones died in Lebanon, Ky., November 11, 1862, of typhoid fever.
J. B. D. Kein died November 19, 1863, in hospital at Franklin, Tenn., of typhoid fever.
Joseph P. Lees died of wounds received in the battle of Bentonville, N. C., March 10, 1865.
Samuel M. Noah died of chronic diarrhea February 6, 1863, at Lebanon, Ky.
William W. Orrison died of wounds (accidentally) at convalescent camp, Nashville, Tenn.
Charles L. Pickering died of disease in hospital at Lebanon, Ky., November 20, 1862.
Joseph Spencer died in hospital of disease, at Louisville, Ky., March 5, 1863.
Joseph Smith died of wounds received in skirmish near Graysville, Ga., November 26, 1863.
Alexander Thoburn died of disease at Cumberland, Ind., April, 1865.

Discharged
William T. Alexander, discharged January 31, 1862, to enlist in marine service.
John A. Bethel, discharged January 31, 1863, for the same purpose.
Smith Brabson, discharged for disability, December 11, 1862.
P. C. Campbell, discharged December 30, 1862, on account of wounds received in battle at Perryville October 8, 1862.
Thomas Davis, discharged for disability, 1863.
David L. DeVault, discharged for disability December 14, 1863.
Alfred N. Gardner, discharged for disability, March 14, 1863.
Isaac T. Grimes, discharged January 2, 1863, on account of wounds received in battle at Perryville, October 8, 1862.
Johnston Hammond discharged received at Chickamauga.
William A. Hastings, discharged for disability, November 18, 1862.
Wilson Henderson, discharged January 27, 1864, for wounds received in battle at Perryville, October 8, 1862.
Allen M. Kirk, discharged for disability, September 25, 1862.
Thomas Nichols, wounded in battle at Perryville October 8, 1862; discharged for disability April 28, 1864.
Jesse Pratt, discharged for disability May 29, 1863.
John F. Roseboro, discharged for disability July 14, 1863.
John B. Stewart, discharged for disability March 25, 1863.
A. M. Sawash, discharged for disability March 21, 1865.
George W.  Vanscyol, discharged January 19, 1862, to enlist in marine service.

Transferred
Benjamin Griffith, James F. Watson, Jesse Bradenburgh, Jeremiah Stinrod, William Taylor, Ignatius Tillett, Charles M. Blackburn, Thomas E. Hale, G. L. Knapp, Philip Vilton, Hiram Riggs.

This company was mustered out June 1, 1865.


Company F, 98th Regiment, O. V. I.,
Was enlisted in Blemont County, and was mustered into service August 20, 1862. The original officers and members were as follows:

Adam Cordner, captain.

Zachary C. Williams, 1st lieutenant.

John T. Collins, 2nd lieutenant.

Lewis Reese, 1st sergeant.

Lewis Boyer, sergeant.

John H. Price, sergeant.

W. T. Harmer, sergeant.

Cyrus B. Lingo, sergeant.

E. W. Smith, corporal.

William H. White, corporal.

Geo. C. Vanlaw, corporal.

Zenas Shipman, corporal.

Clark Wilkinson, corporal.

Alfred W. Givens, corporal.

Thomas Bell, corporal.

Jesse Cordner, corporal.

Enfield Wineman, musician.

Dennis L. Kemp, musician.

L. C. Griffith, wagoner

Privates-- Lewis Addison, Henry Ault, John M. Battin, Wilson Battin, Henry C. Beall, Mahlon Brown, Henry Bright, Martin G. Budd, Thomas Burns, Milton Carpenter, Thomas Carpenter, David Cecil, Evan N. Chandler, B. L. Craig, Jas. Creighton, Wm Davis, Ezra Davis, Michael Delaney, Henry Defenbaugh, Wm. Dermont, David E. Eggey, John E. Evans, E. D. Evans, John Finch, John Finney, Nehemiah Fisher, Ed. S. Foreman, O. E. Foulke, John Gallagher, Archy Garrett, Reuben Green, Samuel C. Green, Alex Green, Wm. M. Green, Nicholas Gregg, Abner I. Gregg, Robt Harris, Geo.Hinkle, Geo. E. Hoops, Nathan Humphrey, Abner L. Hunt, John W. Jones, Wm. T. Jones, Wm. Kemp, John A. Kemp, Wm. Knight B. H. Lane, B. F. Leach, Wm. K. Lightfoot, Benj. Loper, Wm. B. Lucas, Robt. N. Luke, John Moore, Wm. H. Morrison, Jas. Murray, Edward McGinnis, Broomhall McKissen, Wm. H. McKirahan, Wm. McMannis, Wm. H. McMillon, R. Nevill, Thos. Pickering, Jas. Powell, Wm. H. Powell, Isaac Reader, Geo. Russell, Wm. Spencer, Wm. Thornberry, Franklin Thornberry, Jacob Francis, Lucas Tipton, John Vanfossen, Enos Walters, Jas. K. White, John White, Jonathan Wheeler, Erasmus Wilson, Nicholas Wilson, Abner Wilkinson, Jos. Wiley, Alban Wilkinson.

Promotions, Resignations, Casualties, etc.
Adam Cordner resigned January 24, 1863.
William C. Lochary, promoted to captain, February 7, 1863; killed at battle of Chickamauga, Ga., September 20, 1863.
John T. Collins promoted to 1st lieutenant February 7, 1863; promoted to captain January 15, 1864; resigned July 29, 1864.
Hiram J. Craft was promoted to captain Company E, July 29, 1864.
Reece G. Lewis was promoted from corporal to sergeant, February 7, 1863; promoted to 1st lieutenant December 7, 1864
Ezekiel W. Smith, promoted from corporal to sergeant January 1, 1863; to 1st sergeant December 17, 1864.
James Murray was promoted from corporal to sergeant, December 17, 1864.
Milton Carpenter, exchanged prisoner of war.

Killed
Lewis Boyer, killed in action at Graysville, Ga., November 26, 1863.
Michael Delaney, killed in action at Perryville October 8, 1862.
William H. Davis killed in action at Bentonville, N. C., March 19, 1865.
John E. Evans, killed in action at Perryville, Ky., October 8, 1862.
William M. Green killed in battle at Perryville, Ky., October 8, 1862.
William H. McMillen killed in battle at Jonesboro, Ga., September 1, 1864.
Isaac Reader, killed in battle at Perryville, Ky., October 8, 1862.

Died
William T. Harmer died November 9, 1862, of wounds received at Perryville, Ky., October 8, 1862.
Cyrus B. Lingo died December 24, 1862, at New Albany, Ind., of typhoid fever.
Henry C. Beall died June 21, 1863, at Nashville, Tenn., of phthysic.
William H. White died November 5, 1862, of wounds received at Perryville.
Thomas Burns died November, 1862, at Louisville, of disease.
Martin G. Budd died April 16, 1865, of chronic diarrhea, at Louisville, Kentucky.
Wilson Battin died of measles at Lebanon, Ky., January 6, 1863.
Nehemiah Fisher died October 16, 1862, of wounds received at Perryville, Ky.
Nicholas Gregg died December 12, 1862, at Columbia, Ky., of disease.
Archy Garrett died October 1, 1864, at Nashville Tenn., of chronic diarrhea.
Robert Harris died May 6, 1864, of disease at Chattanooga, Tenn.
William Knight died April 7, 1863, of measles at Franklin, Tenn.
Broomhall McKisson died October 14, 1862,of wounds received in battle of Perryville, Ky.
George Russell died November 20, 1862, at Lebanon, Ky., of disease.
Lucas Tipton died December 11, 1862, at Bardstown, Ky., of typhoid fever.

Discharged
John H. Price discharged January 1, 1863.
Jesse Cordner discharged February 9, 1865.
Clark Wilkinson discharged January 20, 1863.
Enfield Wineman discharged February 1, 1863.
Henry Bright discharged May 20, 1863.
John M. Battin discharged January 1, 1863.
James Creighton discharged May 7, 1863.
Evan N. Chandler, discharged January 15, 1863.
Edward S. Foreman discharged February 2, 1863.
Alexander Green, discharged March 4, 1862.
Samuel C. Green, discharged March 4, 1862.
Nathan Humphrey, discharged November 17, 1862.
Caleb Jones discharged September 13, 1862.
W. T. Jones discharged August 6, 1863.
John A. Kemp discharged January 28, 1863.
Benjamin F. Leach, April 25, 1863.
Thomas J. Pickering discharged January 16, 1863.
Jonathan Wheeler discharged February 7, 1863.
Abner Wilkinson discharged May 9, 1865.

Transferred
Jacob Travis, Alban Wilkinson, R. N. J. Luke, John Moore, John Bell, Eli Garretson.

Company E was mustered out of service on the 1st of June, 1865, near Washington, D. C.


Company B, 126th Regiment, O. V. I.
Capt. William B. Kirk recruited this company from Flushing, St. Clairsville, Barnesville, and other points in Belmont County. It was mustered into service on the 4th of September, 1862. The following was the original organization:

William B. Kirk, captain.

Geo. W. Hoge, 1st lieutenant.

Robert Hilles, 2nd lieutenant.

John A. Shaffer, 1st sergeant.

William B. Johnson, sergeant.

Henry Cecil, sergeant.

Joseph H. Palmer, sergeant.

Reuben McGregor, corporal.

Joseph H. Close, corporal.

Geo. Bowles, corporal.

Isaac M. Clevinger, corporal.

Barkley Cooper, corporal.

Thomas I. Hoge, corporal.

William Copeland, corporal.

Samuel Bailey, corporal.

George Clinton, musician.

Andrew Richards, wagoner.

Privates—G. M. Bailey, Warren Bailey, Hiram W, Ball, Robt. Bendure, Abner Bethel, Wm. Boyd, Enos W. Brown, B. H. Ryan, Philander Chandler, Clark Chander, David A. -----, B. H. Bryan, John Clark, Wm. W. Cooper, John Crawford, Samuel Criswell, Solomon Donner, Wm. E. Dove, Isaac Eddy, Jonas Faucett, W. W. Groves, John C. Howell, G. S. Huston, Abraham Kelly, Melancthon Keyser, David Kibler, Jos. Knight, Oliver P. Knapp, Wm. H. Loy, Edward Mathews, N. H. Majors, Geo. McFarland, Wm. Moore, John A. Morris, Isaac N. Mumma, John w. Near, Geo. Osborn, John H. Patrick, Wm. J. Patrick, Jacob Perkins, David Poland, John A. Poland, Nimrod Pumphrey, Leander J. Reynolds, Simeon L. Russell, Anthony Romans, Adam Secrist, Chester K. Smith, Daniel H. Starkey, Philip L. Specht, Daniel Thatcher, Benj. H. Vanfossen, Geo. Vanfossen, Washington Waddell, Geo. Weldon, Jas. Winrod, Jas. Parks, John Scales, Elijah Ferguson, John W. Vanfossen, Henry R. Lupton, Henry Hissey.

Promotions, Casualties, etc.
Samuel B. Swank took command of company, December 31, 1864, to June 215, 1865.
Robert Hilles died May 13, 1864, by reason of wounds received in battle of the Wilderness, May 6, 1864.
William B. Kirk discharged June 25, 1863, disability.
Joseph C. Watson discharged May 15, 1865.
George W. Hoge discharged November 18, 1864, to accept a commission as colonel of a new regiment.
George Vanfossen promoted to sergeant from corporal April 1, 1865.
Isaac N. Mumma promoted to sergeant from corporal April 1, 1865.
John Clark promoted to corporal to corporal, April 1, 1865.
Anthony Romans promoted to corporal April 1, 1865.
H. W. Ball was exchanged prisoner of war; captured in battle of Monocacy, July 9, 1864; re-joined company April 23, 1865.
Daniel Starkey, captured in the battle of the Wilderness, May 6, 1864; exchanged and joined company April 25, 1865.
Samuel Starkey, promoted to corporal, April 1, 1865.

No discharges Given
Barkley Cooper promoted to 1st sergeant, April 30, 1864; wounded and captured in battle of the Wilderness, May 6, 1864.
Abraham Kelley, 1st sergeant from Nov. 1, 1862 to April 30, 1864; captured in battle of the Wilderness, May 6, 1864; paroled February 28, 1865.
John Adams (drafted), wounded in battle near Peterburg, Va., June 22, 1864.
George M. Bailey was sick in hospital at muster out.
Oliver T. Knapp, sick in hospital at muster out.
Daniel Kibler exchanged prisoner of war; captured in battle of the Wilderness, May 6, 1864; paroled February 28, 1865.
William Moore wounded and captured in battle of the Wilderness, May 6, 1864.
George Osborn, wounded in battle of Monocacy, July 9, 1865.

Died
Joseph Q. Adams, killed in battle of the Wilderness, May 6, 1864.
Joseph Knight, killed in battle at Cedar Creek, October 19, 1864.
Adam Secrist killed in battle of Opequan, September 19, 1864.
William W. Cooper died May 8, 1864, of wounds received in battle of the Wilderness, May 6, 1864.
Whitman McDaniel (drafted), died of wounds received in battle of Monocacy, July 9, 1864.
William J. Patrick died April 1, 1864, of wounds received in battle of the Wilderness, May 6, 1864.
Isaac H. Clevinger died February 5, 1863, pneumonia, at Martinsburg.
Samuel C. Bailey died October 6, 1864, of chronic diarrhea, at St. Clairsville. O.
Abner Bethel died September 11, 1863, of fever, at Alesxander, Va.
Clark Chandler died January 17, 1863, of typhoid fever at Martinsburg, Va.
Isaac Haines, missing in battle of the Wilderness, May 6, 1864.
Joseph F. Linton (drafted), missing on march from Snicker's Gap, Va., July 21, 1864.
Edward Mathews, missing in battle of Monocacy, July 9, 1864.

Discharged
William F. Dove, March 24, 1865.
Henry R. Lupton, March 27, 1865.
Robert Bendure, January 4, 1864.
James Parks, March 11, 1865.
Leander J. Reynolds, January 31, 1865.
William Boyd, August 6, 1863.
H. H. Bryan, January 7, 1865.
Joseph H. Close, February 23, 1863.
Henry Cecil, February 23, 1863.
John Crawford, March 25, 1863.
Isaac Eddy, March 14, 1865.
Abel Gilbert, May 27,1865.
G. S. Huston, January 1, 1865.
Thomas H. Hoge, December 2, 1862.
All the above for disability.
Demas Imes (drafted), June 28, 1864 (War Department).
John A. Morris mustered out, May 18, 1865.
George W. Price, May 14, 1865, for disability.
C. K. Smith, February 9, 1865, disability.
John Souls, discharged June 12, 1865, disability,
Washington Waddell, mustered out, May 24, 1865.
James Winrod, June, 1865.

Transferred
Rueben J. McGregor, William R. Johnson, Davis A. Chandler, Joseph H. Palmer, Philip L. Specht.

The company was mustered out near Washington, June 25, 1865.

 

Company D, 129th Regiment, O. V. I.
This company was composed of men from Belmont, Fairfield. Monroe and Licking counties. It was mustered into the United States service at Camp Cleveland, August 10, 1863. The following are the names of those from Belmont County:

David J. Bailey, captain.

Thomas Danfield, 1st lieutenant.

John G. Meehem, sergeant.

Charles H. Damsel, sergeant.

Lewis Meecham, sergeant.

Robt. Crozier, corporal.

Samuel B. Crew, corporal.

Adam Moore, corporal.

Joseph McMullen, corporal.

Daniel Stukey, corporal.

Promotions
David S. Bailey, promoted from private to 1st lieutenant, July 14, 1863; to captain July 22, 1863.
John G. Mechem promoted from private to 1st lieutenant July 22, 1863.
Thomas Danford appointed sergeant July 23, 1863.
Charles H. Damsel, appointed sergeant July 23, 1863.
Lewis C. Mechem, appointed sergeant July 23, 1863.
Robert Crozier, appointed corporal August 23, 1863.
Samuel B. Crew, appointed corporal July 23, 1863.
Adam Moore, corporal.
Joseph McMullen, appointed corporal July 23, 1863.
Daniel Stukey, appointed corporal July 23, 1863.
John W. Fays, appointed corporal July 23, 1863.

Privates -- William Addair, Benj. F. Baker, Washington Addair, Jas. C. Davenport, Christopher Dawson, Benj. Elliott, Jos. Ehright, John H. Ellis, C. C. Grimes, died in U. S. hospital at Camp Cleveland, Ohio, February 26, 1864; John Gallagher, Wm. Gatten, Eli. Hodgin, Edmund Hibbard, Henry Huffman, Wm. Hannon, Jas. W. Hinion, Levi W. Jones, Henry Lisle, Daniel Lewis, Jos. Martin, Samuel McHendrey, Thomas McCoun, Lewis C. Norris, Jas. Porterfield, Thomas C. Payne, Reuben Powell, Samuel Roddy, John Rush, Milton Reeves, John S. Scribner, A. B. Shrimp, Jas. W. Shipman, Mead P. Strahl, Jas. T. Stidd, David Stidd, Chas. Lovel, Geo. E. Tallman, Wm. B. Wheeler, Amos Williams, John T. Ward, John W. Wright, Wm. Wheeler.

The company was mustered out at Cleveland, Ohio, March 24, 1864.

 

170th Regiment, Ohio National Guards.
This regiment was recruited at Bellaire, Ohio, where it was organized May 13 and 14, 1864, to serve 100 days. It was mustered into the United States service on the 13th of May, 1864, and left for Washington City on the 17th, but, being detained by the destruction of the bridge at Harper's Ferry, it did not reach its destination until the 22nd. The regiment was mustered out September 10, 1864. The field and staff officers of the regiment were as follows:

Colonel, Miles J. Saunders.

Lieutenant-colonel, Arthur Higgins.

Major, William W. Junkins.

Assistant sergeant, James B. Crawford.

Adjutant, Edward S. Affleck.

Quartermaster, John Conwell.

Noncommissioned Officers—Sergeant major, George W. Baggs.

Hospital steward, Benj. F. West.

Commissary sergeant, James M. Paul.

Quartermaster sergeant, John W. Cassell.

COMPANY A
Captain, William Robinson.

1st lieutenant, Geo. Griffin.

2nd lieutenant, Wilbur H. Tallman.

Henry Miller, Thompson S. Woods, David Steadman, Andrew Baggs, Wm. Hastings, sergeants.

Robt. T. Howell, Frank Cross, Jos. Boyles, Wm. Truman, Wesley Cross, Jas. Enlow, Wm. S. Warfield, Wm. Church, corporals. Musician, Zera Sharp.

Privates—Wm. Alexander, W. W. Atkinson, W. W. Berry, John C. Beck, Alexander Blazier, Samuel Bales, G. W. Bailey, G. W. Baggs (appointed sergeant major and transferred to field and staff). Wm. Brooks, Geo. Banford, James Coss, Martin Coss, Martin Coss, John Coss,  Hamilton Crawford, Newport Campbell, Marion Chalfant, James Duncan, Wm. Dysart, James Field, Isaac Fitch, John Giffin, Jesse E. Gill, Alexander Gill, James Goudy, Henry Reason, Levi Henry, Isaac Henry, John Haley, James Haines, William Hukell, J. W. Hunter, John Kinsey, Isadore Lilly, James Lyle, Washington Lyle, James Low, Edward McDowell (captured by the enemy July 24, 1864). Peachy Miller, Reese McDonald.  James McDonald, John McKnight, Leander Neelan, Armstrong Neelan, John Neininger, Theodore Porter, Jerome Porter, Sylvanus Parker, John H. Patterson, Frederick Rasher, Charles M.  Rhodes, Isaac Rittenhan, James Ryan, Clement Russell, Sansom Scott, Benjamin F. Stephens, John Shaffer, Samuel Short, Silas Sells, Henry Stratton, Francis Seals, Edward Truman, Benjamin F. West (appointed hospital steward and transferred to non-commissioned staff). Ebenezer Woods, James Weir, Charles Zane, John Watkins.

COMPANY B
W. B. Glasco, captain.

William S. Fisher, 1st lieutenant.

William Kelley, 2nd lieutenant.

Henry Fisher, sergeant.

Lewis M. Casman, sergeant.

Wm. F. Gamble, sergeant (captured July 18, 1864, near Rocky Fording, Virginia.)

Joseph E. Johnson, sergeant.

Robert M. Henderson, sergeant.

Benjamin W. Harner, corporal.

Amos Spear, corporal.

Michael Fierbaugh, corporal.

Cyrus M. Barton, corporal.

Emanuel Bell, corporal.

William S. McKee, corporal.

L. W. Hamill, corporal.

John A. Denning, corporal.

Daniel Weyandt, musician.

Thomas B. Stubbins, musician.

Jacob Warner, wagoner.

Privates—John Addleman, Maurice Albaugh, Isaac Brown, B. E. Betts, Nathan Boyer, Abraham Baker, Jeremiah Brown (furloughed May 17 to 27, and failed to report), Zadec Bliss (mustered out, absent—sick). Henry F. Clark, wounded in action, July 18, 1864; J. C. Creagor, furloughed for one hundred days on surgeon's certificate; Joshua Coz, Philip Cahill, John L. Caldwell, Arthur Conlin, mustered out, wounded in action near Rocky Fording, Va., July 18, 1864; Stevenson Creal, mustered out, wounded in action near Rocky Fording, Va., July 18, 1864; John Camminia died in general hospital, Annapolis,Md., August 10, 1864; Harrison DeLong mustered out September 10, 1864; William C. Dunlap died in general hospital at Frederick, Md., July 28, 1864; David M. Dickson, Richard Edwards, William C. Edwards, John S. Eagleson, appointed acting adjutants, August 17, 1864; Richard E. Fowler, Francis Fowler, Thomas E. Fowler, William E. Fowler, Ezra Griffith, Francis A. Green, David Greenlis, John Gundy, Daniel F. Heaston, Joseph N. Heaston, James A. Henderson, George Harper, killed in action st Rocky Fording, Va., July 18, 1864; John G. Jones. Leander Long, Isaac H. Lyons, Cyrus McCurdy, Allen Miller, Andrew McBeth, George Moore, William T. McMillen, John A. Myers, Enoch Miller, Walter McClintock, James Norman, Absalom Price, Israel L. Parsons, died at Fort Simmons, June 27, 1864; John Patterson. William Rutter, wounded in action at Rocky Fording, Va., July 18, 1864; J. L. S. Russell, Alpha H. Sheltz, John Sams, Joshua Tuner, William Zimmerman, John Thrawl, David Turner, John Thompson , Jeremiah Warner, Lewis M. Willett, Daniel Warner, died of wounds received in action at Rocky Fording, Va., July 18, 1864; John L. Webster, wounded in action July 18, 1864; Harvey Waters, William Walker.


COMPANY C
Samuel Glover, captain.

George C. Gordon, 1st lieutenant.

George W. Green, 2nd lieutenant.

John Boyer, sergeant.

George Crozier, sergeant.

Ferdinand Dorsey, sergeant.

William Dent, sergeant.

William Bebout, sergerant.

Frederick Boetticher, corporal.

Joseph L. Gordon, corporal.

W. H. Gibson, corporal.

Dorsey Orloff, corporal.

Madison Scott, corporal.

William Trigg, corporal.

Daniel Steiner, corpoal.

Davis P. Woodburn, corporal.

John Wade, David C. Bergundthal, musicians

Privates—Samuel Aberigg, William Anthony, Alfred Baker, Daniel Baker, John Boston, George Brock, John Brown, John Burgy, Arnold Burkhart, Leander P. Barnes, George Carpenter, Andrew J. Cline, Joseph Cross, Josiah Dillon, Jousen Dennis, Lewis Eggers, Armor Ewers, Samuel Gordon, Thomas Gordon, Bentley T. George, Noah J. Grimes, Sylvester Green. Michael Hess, Isaiah Helms, William Harriott, Henry Hoffman, George Kelch, Samuel Kocher, Gustavus A. Korner, John H. Louden, wounded in the thigh and captured at Martinsburg, Va., left in hospital at Martinsburg by the rebels; Sylvanus Lockwood, Caleb Morrison, Alonzo Mead, Joseph Moore, Francis Miller, Thomas L. Moore, John Mosier, Henry Petzold, James L. Piggott, Charles L. Peters, Marion Runnels, Jefferson Rowles, George L. Scott, William Shepherd, James R. Simpson, P. Mead Stahl, Lewis Specht, Joshua W. Stackhouse, Moses Stricker, Isaac Starkey, Henry Warren, Milton Warren, John L. Widman, Thomas Wilkinson, William Wingrove, George W. Wright, John Wright, promoted to corporal, June 15, 1864; Thomas Yocum, Benjamin Zurcher.


COMPANY D
Jacob Cramlet, captain.

David S. Coultrape, 1st lieutenant.

Benjamin G. Hamilton, 2nd lieutenant.

Elias W. Davis, sergeant.

W. H. H. Price, sergeant.

Citizen J. Kennedy, sergeant

Robert N. Simonton, sergeant.

Daniel Smith, sergeant.

W. P. White, corporal.

David W. Adams, corporal.

Robert W. Irwin, corporal.

Edward Caves, corporal.

James Scott, corporal.

Andrew J. Wagstaff, corporal.

Joseph H. Law, corporal.

Robert C. Guthrie, corporal.

James Bliss, musician.

William D. Lukens, musician.

Samuel Weaver, wagoner.

Privates—Christopher Arkle, James Adams, James H. Bendure, John Barr, Gabriel J. Crabtree, Alfred H. Clark, William Copeland, John W. Copeland, Enoch C. Copeland, John Copeland, Thomas Cox, Matthew S. Cole, John N. Crowl, William R. Crim, Joel Cramblet, Joseph Copeland, James P. irwin, James Eslick, John B. Evans, John F. Fowler, John Gladman, Samuel F. Gallagher, Isaiah Hoagland, J. C. Hurless, J. H. Y. Histon, James F. House, Watson Hammel, George W. Hammond, H. W. Hest, Thomas Hillyer, William Hillyer, Henry Hillyer, John D. Horn, Samuel Hitchcock, G. M. Hin, Alfred P. Jones, Joseph R. Johnson, William L. Johnson, D. A. Lukens, Thomas J. Lukens, John S. Moor, James R. Merrymen, Fanquirker McRea, David Mahen, Joseph D. Moore, Thomas McClintock, Lafayette Martin, John Poulson, Isaac Patterson, John A. Pitts, William J. Ross, Jesse Richardson, William Rowland, William Reynard, Joseph Robinson, David M. Scott, John Spray, Matthew W. Simpson, John K, Stine, Samuel Straus, Jacob Underhill, Archibald Underhill, Samuel Utterback, Henry W. Wilson, John D. Woods, W. R. White.


COMPANY E
Albert W. Lee, captain

Alexander C. Patton, 1st lieutenant.

Mathew N. Henderson, 2nd lieutenant.

Marcus Howell, sergeant.

William A. Frater, sergeant.

John P. Harvey, sergeant.

David A. Duff, sergeant.

Landon Grimes, sergeant.

Samuel B. Ward, corporal, promoted to sergeant May 17, 1864.

John M. Linn, corporal; captured at Martinsburg, July 25, 1864.

Eli Seibert, corporal.

Abram Loper, corporal.

John E. Stewart, corporal.

Robert W. Palmer, corporal.

Robert A. Todd, corporal.

John L. Grimes, corporal; wounded in action July 18, 1864.

Joseph Linder, corpoal.

Samuel Satterthwait, musician,

Privates—Robert Barnes, Robert D. Bell, Thomas Burtoff, Thomaa Boyd, William S. Barnes, Francis Couron, Boyd W. Dysart, J. V. Dysart, J. C. Duffie, James A. Duff, Sylvanus C. Dysart, James C. Dysart, John L. Dunbar, George Frazier, J. D. Fread, James P. Ferguson, William Fresh, Thomas M. Graham, Edward J. Graham, Peter Graham, George Goudy, David Gibeny, Thomas Gilhan, Charles T. Gilhan, William Grimes, George W. Hayes, Alexander C. Henry, Alexander Hammond, promoted to corporal May 12, 1864; Elisha Huff, William H. Johnson, Samuel Jackson, William King, Joseph Lynn, Charles Lee, promoted to corporal July 24, 1864; Ephraim Louis, Jesse Mitchell, David K. McCance, George Maholin, William McNary, left in sick hospital at Pittsburg, August 26,  1864. Isaac Milner, Leander Milburn, Marion McCallister, James Moore died at Annapolis Junction, Md., August 8, 1864;James McConnell, Thomas McKee, Calvin Moore, Calvin Patton, George W. Porter, George Patterson, George W. Peregoy, Levan Powell, Claudius Richner, James M. Rogers, captured July 24, 1864, at Winchester; returned to company, Addison Sells, Evan Stephens,Nimrod Stephens, Samuel M. Thompson, Michael Umbenborn, captured at Winchester July 24, 1864, escaped  and returned to company; Henry Williamson, Mordecai ----, Davis Davis.


COMPANY F
Leonard Peck, captain.

James H. Graham, 1st lieutenant; died in hospital August 11, 1864.

John H. Hammond, 1st lieutenant.

J. H. Lewis, sergeant.

Lewis Furbay, sergeant.

Isaac Booth, sergeant.

Elisha Moore, sergeant.

James M. Adams, sergeant.

James W. Honerth, corporal.

Ezra Thompson, corporal.

John  Hanna, corporal.

James Coulter, corporal.

John E. Dutton, corporal.

John E. Keyser, corporal.

George Holmes, corporal.

Edward Hagan, corporal.

Franklin Anderson, musician.

Israel Waterman, musicain.

William Harriman, wagoner.

Privates—Owen Anderson, George Atkinson, George Baldwin, Abner R. Blackburn, John Butler, William Barkhurst, Henry Brown, John R. Beck, Isaac Carter, Edward Carter, Ezra I. Carrick, John Clark, John coulter, William Custard, John Darmour, Theodore Dickerson, George Ely, Isaiah Fields, Jr., George Frater, Benjamin Griffith, Samuel Gooding, Joseph M. Hargrave, John R. Hawthorne, Andrew Jamison, Joseph L. Kerr, Robert Kerr, Estep Lynn, John A. Lemmon, William Lawrence, Sylvanus Lamb, William McCombs, Horner C. Moore, James Minteer, W. H. H. Mercer, died in hospital at Sandy Hook, August 24, 1864; Charles McCombs, Samuel McGrew, William Poland, Jacob Peterman, William Perry, Charles E. Speer, James Stone, Silas Stevens, Eli Shields, John Singer, Robert W. Stevens, James Smallwood, Joseph Thompson, Michael T. Tolan, John W. Townsend, Samuel Walker, William A. Wallace, Abraham Wilson, Warren Worstel, George Wilson, Sylvannus White, William Watkins, Robert White, Willing Dickson.


COMPANY G
----James, captain.

Joseph J. Mead, 1st lieutenant.

John Smith, 2nd lieutenant.

Robert N. Theaker, sergeant.

Luther Etzler, sergeant.

Thomas C. Mercer, sergeant.

William P. Henderson, corporal.

William Henderson, corporal.

Reuben K. Ashton, corporal.

James A. Brown, corporal.

Thomas C. Duncan, corporal.

Edward J. Updegraff, corporal.

Ellis B. Steele, corporal.

Isaiah Parlett, corporal.

Benjamin White, corporal.

Privates—David Ashton, James W. Alexander, wounded in action at Winchester July 24, 1864; William Allander, wounded in action at Martinsburg July 25, 1864; Thomas C. Brown, Andoniram Barton, Mathew Blackford, William Brown, William Bernhard, Benjamin Brock, H. W. Bigley, Orlando Cope, Isaac G. Cope, Wilson Cochran, A. F. Clark, Charles Dungan, Abel Dungan, W. D. DeVault, John H. Denham, Wiliam Davis, William Davidson, wounded in action at Martinsburg July 25, 1864; Oliver Embree, David Fowler, Joseph Fryman, John B. Gill, James Gardner, Alexander Henderson, John L. Henderson, Perrine Henderson, Bryon Hogue, David Harriott, William Jones, Henry Jones, Albert Lawson, promoted to sergeant July 8, 1864; Theodore Lash, William H. Lash, Elias W. Lewis, John Lemmon, Isaiah Loper, Charles H. McCall, Charles Mead, Gilbert Neelan, Jesse Nichols, Mortimer Palmer, Benjamin Rennard, Samuel Roberts, Harrison Roberts, Wesley A. Steels, William Sloan, Davis Stillwell, Nathan Smith, Thomas Seals, George James Weir, wounded in action at Winchester July 24, 1864; David Wells, Benjamin Westlake, J. L. Van Pelt, Thomas H. Culbertson, corporal.


COMPANY H
Edwin Regal, captain.

John E. Cannon, 1st lieutenant.

Robert P. Hanna, 2nd lieutenant.

George Crew, 1st sergeant.

George Lanning, sergeant.

Thomas Dawson, sergeant.

James McWatty, sergeant.

Daniel L. Parish, sergeant.

Thomas A. Jobes, corporal.

William Peregoy, corporal.

William McCollough, corporal.

Thomas H. Baldwin, corporal.

Thomas H. Culbertson, corporal.

W. W. Mansfield, corporal.

John C. Dickerson, corporal.

John W. P. Gallaher, corporal.

George W. Rife, musician.

Jonathan Copeland, musician.

Jonathan McGuire, wagoner.

Privates—David R. Beatty, John Beatty, Anthony Beck, Benjamin Bogardus, John C. Brown, Samuel H. Brown, Samuel Bruner, John Calderhead, died of typhoid feer at Camp Parole, Annapolis, Md., August 3, 1864; Moses W. Cannon, John W. Cassell, John A. Chandler, Silas Clark, John P. Cramblet, Robert D. Crawford, John Crumley, Samuel H, Culbertson, Homer Day, Joshua Dickerson, William J. Dickerson, Joseph Dyson, George Fogle, Nathan Fogle, Daniel Garvin, David Gutshell, James F. Hanna, Harmon Harris, Francis W, Hibbard, John Hill, Samuel Howell, A. R. Kennedy, J. C. Kilgore, Joseph V. Lee, Lemuel Luke, Thomas Mansfield, James Maxwell, David McCall, William McCall, Alexander McConnell, Barnet McCoy, Andrew McFarland, William McLaughlin, William McMillan, W. V. Minteer, John T. Morrow, Cyrus Paul, Joshua Polen, James Poulson, William Rowland, Noah Scott, Shannon Leslie, James T. Shannon, Milton Taggart, James White, David J. Wiggans, George B. Wilgart, James White, David J. Wiggans, George B. Williams, James Wilson, Robert Wilson, Walding Young, William A. Pittinger, Robert A. Hammond, J. M. Lee.


COMPANY I
Nathan J. Rowles, captain

Elias B. Lowman, 1st lieutenant.

Daniel Westlake, 2nd lieutenant.

William Rankin, sergeant.

Samuel S. Martin, sergeant.

Cyrus H. Strahl, sergeant.

John T. Wortman, sergeant.

James F. Anderson, sergeant.

Nelson Moid, corporal; captured at Martinsburg, W. Va., July 25, 1864; rejoined company August 24.

James K. Crozier, corporal.

Joseph H. Heatherington, corporal; captured at Martinsburg, Va., July 25, 1864.

C. W. Hall, corporal.

Leander Creenlee, corporal.

William McFarland, corporal; appointed sergeant August 11, 1864.

John Dunfee, corporal.

James McGregor, corporal.

Privates—Lafayette Austin, Lycurgus Austin, Isaac Anderson, John c. Abel, Daniel W. Archer, Frederick Bickler, John  Bair, Samuel Boyd, John W. Cunningham, Robert Clark, died at Division Hospital, Sandy HooK, Md., July 27, 1864; Jacob Dunfee, Alfred Dean, James Davis, William Fry, Charles A. Fuller, William J. Forbes, Joshua Foster, W. H. Ferry, Patrick Gibler, W. H. Greenlce, Frederick Garloch, Edward Grubb, Melvin Groff, William Hall, John E. Heatherington, John Goldsworthy, captured at Martinsburg, W. Va., July 25, 1864; Samuel  Hines, Alexander Hammond, John H. Henderson, Stephen Hipkins, Hiram M. Ingler, W. W. Jones, Isaac A. Keyser, Wm. A. Keyser, George King, J. H. Long, Alexander Lyle, Thomas McMahon, James McMahon, Samuel McMillen, Robert McClelland, Henry Murz, Joseph C. Nelson, John  Nesbit, A.R. Normann, Abrahm Porter, W. S. Patterson, Harrison Richardson, Samuel Richardson, John T. Steel, Abraham Sprowl, W. A. Starkey, Jacob Turnbill, Thomas Reese, Harvey J. Tarbet, Joshua Vessels, Joseph Vessels, George W. Westlake, Albert G. Wineman, Harrison Williams, W. C. White, Samuel Zimmerman.


COMPANY K
Lewis Lewton, captain, mustered out as colonel of the 170th Regiment, O. N. G. August 15, 1864.

William H. Oglevee, 1st lieutenant.

George W. Healer, 2nd lieutenant.

James Gilbert, sergeant.

James M. Paul, sergeant.

William Phillips, sergeant.

W. S. Grove, sergeant.

John W. Osborn, sergeant.

Robert Wilkins, corporal; promoted to sergeant July 18, 1864.

Wm. S. Haverfield, corporal.

M. K. Turner, corporal.

Samuel A. Osborn, corporal.

Jas. H. Haverfield, corporal.

Morrison Moorehead, corporal.

Thomas Miller, corporal.

John Stubbins, musician.

Geo. W. Lewton, musician.

Eli Nichols, wagoner.

Privates—Jesse Arnold, Jas A. Amspoker, Wm. B. Adams, Evan Berry, Jacob Brough, Samuel Browning, Clarkson Bower, Stewart Beebe, Jos. W. Chaney, Thompson Craig, J. M. Clark, W. A. Clark, Abel Carson, promoted to corporal July 18, 1864; Dunlap Dickerson, B. Dickerson, Albert Dewey, Wm. H, Duffield, Abraham Eli, Samuel Finney, C. J. Ferrell, Nathan B. Haverfield, Jos. H. Haverfield, Wm. Henderson, Henry Hagadorn, Samuel M. Hines, Christian A. Hines, John W. Hines, Geo. W. Howard, Wm. T. Hedge, Hiram Merriman, Thomas Johnston, died of typhoid fever in hospital near Sandy Hook, Md., August 11, 1864; Josseph L. Johnston, Alexander B. Kerr, discharged on account of disability June 22, 1864; Samuel Leeper, Archibald Leeper, died of fever in Pleasant Valley Hospital, near Sand Hook, Md., August 12, 1864; Wm. Lee, Addison Layport, W. C. Laizure, Stephen R. McGee, John A. McAfee, Henry Mattern, Jas R. Marsh, John McBride, Henry McKee, Wm. Maggett, John B. Marshall, Nathan H. Mansfield, Samuel B. McConnell, John H. Nichols, discharged for disability June 18, 1864; Jas. A. Penn, Thos. Phillips, Griffith Roberts, Wm. T. Ramsey, Thos. J. Richey, R. M Sheets, Thomas H. Selby, Geo. Shivers, Samuel Shivers, Emanuel Smith, promoted to corporal July 18, 1864; Thomas W. Thompson, Albert  Tipton, Randolph Tipton, Lafayette West, Finney Ray, promoted to corporal July 18, 1864.


MISCELLANEOUS
The following is a list of recruits and veteran volunteers mustered into West Virginia organizations and credited to Belmont County, Ohio, since January 1, 1864.

1st West Virginia Cavalry
Jesse Chamberlain, Calvin C. Hasson, John c. Majors, John Cass, Jos.P. Burdett, Adam Coss, Wm. Heskett, Josiah hatcher, Geo. W. Jeffries, Wm. D. McKirahan, Jas. Martin, Jonathan Milburn, Curtis B. Stidd, jacob Watson, William Gill, John Estep, Patrick Menehan, Robert Armstrong, W. H. Brown, Reuben  H. Lucas, Aaron Moore, John N. Elliott.

1st West Virginia  Infantry
William Humphreyville, John Barton.

5th West Virginia Cavalry
William Fowler, StephenG. Jones, William Clark

1st West Virginia Artillery
Eramus F. Bailey.

Company C, 116th Regiment, O. V. I.

This company was composed of Monroe County men with the exception of  five from Belmont County. It was mustered into service under Capt. Frderick H. Arckenoe on the 19th of September, 1862. The company was mustered out of service at Richmond, Va., June 14, 1865. The following named gentlemen were from Belmont County:

Abel C. Barnes, wounded at Cedar Creek;
Franklin Barnes, mustered out at expiration of service;
Miller Brown, three months' extra pay as a prisoner of war confined in Libby Prison;
Samuel Dobbins, three months' extra pay as a prisoner of war, confined in Libby Prison;
Walter Theaker, appointed corporal June 15, 1863.


Company H, 86th Regiment, O. V. I.

Abraham Porter and Campbell Smith, of  Bellaire, Ohio, were members of this company. It was mustered into the service of the United States for six months at Camp Cleveland, O., July 14, 1863.Mustered out February 10, 1864.


Company K, 78th Regiment, O. V. I.
William E. Barnes enlisted December 11, 1861. Mustered out with company at Louisville, Ky., July 11, 1865.


Company C, 60th Regiment, O. V. I.
Capt. B. Kyle's company was mustered into service at Camp Chase, April 5, 21864. Belmont County contributed about 25 men to this company, as follows:

Promotions
John R. Merrill, promoted to sergeant June 1, 1865. Adam Stewart, promoted to corporal November 5, 1864. Oliver C. Tarbet, promoted to corporal February 1, 1865.

Privates—Oliver C. Jones, John T. Skinner, James W. Skinner, George A. Shry, Joseph G. Snade, Allen B. Thomas.

Discharged for Disability
Jeremiah Horton, July 4, 1865.
James A. Barnes, May 13, 1865.
Joshua Fred, April 27, 1865.
William W. Clark, January 13, 1865.
W. C. Manning,
Philip S. Williams, June 21, 1865

Died
Jesse E. Berry, killed in action at Petersburg, Va., June 17, 1864.
Joseph Mayhugh, killed in duty near Petersburg, Va., June 28, 1864.
John D. Bryan killed in action at Nye River, May 12, 1864.
Charles W. Carter died in Camp Chase, of disease, April 10, 1864.
John M. Johnson died at Baltimore, Md., October 8, 1864.
William W. Keyser died June 22, 1864, of wounds received while in action.
Tilman Nichols died of wounds received while in action at Cold Harbor, Va., July 2, 1864.
Milton M. Shry died October 6, 1864. John S. Summers died September 2, 1864.
Thomas Stephenson, killed in action, October 27, 1864, at Hatcher's Run, Va.

The company was mustered out at Delaney House, D. C., July 28, 1865.


Company D, 60th Regiment, O. V. I.
This company was composed of men from different counties in the State. Those from Belmont County are given below. The  company was organized by Capt. W. W. Robbins and went into Camp Chase, April 6, 1864.  It was mustered out at Delaney House, D. C., July 28, 1865.

Promotions.
Joseph E. Lewis, sergeant.
William J. Parsons, sergeant.
Del.. Eckels Marquis, promoted to sergeant May 1, 1865.
Samuel W. Gordon, Henry S. Barnes, Ellis Brill, corporals.

Privates.—John Atwood, Owen DeLong, William S. Dyer, John H. Ellis, George W. Gebhart, Calvin N. Malone, Anthony B. Shimp, Cornelius Stidd. Israel A. Thompson, George H. Tilman.
 

Discharged
John W. Hays, April 17, 1865.
William H. Barnes, February 9, 1865.
Evan Dickison, May 19, 1865.
G. W. Hance, June 7, 1865.
William M. Nace, January 17, 1865.

Died.
James A. Vance died December 30, 1864, in Salisbury, N. C., in Rebel prison, while a prisoner of war.
James Barnes died May 10, 1864, in ambulance, caused by a gunshot wound in the hip, received May 9, 1864, at Nye River.
John W. Crew died October 10, 1864, in Alexandria, Va., of chronic diarrhoea.
Samuel Griffith, May 12, 1864, killed at Spottsylvania, Va.; shot through the head in a charge against the enemy.
John H. Moore died August 28, 1864, in Andersonville, Ga., of dysentery, while a prisoner of war.
Charles O. Morrow died December 26, 1864, in Salisbury (N. C.), prison.
Dewitt Steel, May 9, 1864, in Fredericksburg, Va., of measles.

 

THE DUTY OF BELMONT COUNTY TO HER SOLDIERS, LIVING AND DEAD.
The author has no apology to offer for the space occupied in printing the names of the brave "boys in blue" living and dead that sacrificed so much for the preservation of the government in the hour of its greatest peril. Our only regret is that the roster is perhaps incomplete. There were doubtless many gallant sons of Belmont County who were accredited to other counties and other States whose names should appear among the above.  Belmont County should prepare a "Roll of Honor" upon which should be inscribed the name of every soldier and sailor that went out from her "sun kissed hills" to fight the battles of the Republic—a "Roll of Honor" that should be preserved through all generations as an incentive and inspiration to patriotism.






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