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HISTORY OF
CLERMONT COUNTY, OHIO

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BY J. L. ROCKEY AND R. J. BANCROFT, published 1880


Transcribed for Genealogy Trails by Heather Turner


CHAPTER XX
MILITARY HISTORY OF CLERMONT COUNTY (continued)


SIXTIETH OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

COMPANY I
- Sergt. Gustavus I. Whittaker, enl. Feb. 18, 1864.
- Coro. John H. Wageman, enl. Feb. 24, 1864; private at enlistment; promoted Jan. 19, 1865.
- Corp. George M. Whittaker, enl. enl. Feb. 24, 1864; private at enlistment; promoted June 1, 1865.
- James Pease, enl. Feb. 24, 1864.
- Henry S. Doughty, enl. Feb. 24, 1864.
- Helon H. House, enl. Feb. 24, 1864.
- John M. Judd, enl. March 1, 1864.
- Napolean B. Leming, enl. Feb. 25, 1864.
- White Miller, enl. Feb. 24, 1864.
- John Short, enl. Feb. 24, 1864.
- Philotus Simons, enl. May 14, 1864.

Died
- Corp. David W. Osborn, enl. Feb. 29, 1864; died of disease, at Salisbury, N.C., while prisoner of war.
- John Q. McKay, enl. enl. Feb. 24, 1864; died of disease, Nov. 26, 1864, at Salisbury, N.C., while prisoner of war.
- Elijah M. Short, enl. enl. Feb. 24, 1864; died of disease, Nov. 26, 1864, at Salisbury, N.C., while prisoner of war.
- Thomas S. Withnell, enl. Feb. 29, 1864.




SIXTY-FOURTH OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY
- Joseph Deerivester, joined as a recruit; disch. at Nashville, Tenn., June 16, 1865.
- Daniel Doughman, enl. Sept. 28, 1864; joined as a recruit; disch. at Nashville, Tenn., June 16, 1865.


SEVENTY-FIRST OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

COMPANY E
- Andrew B. Applegate, joined the service Sept. 28, 1864; must. out at Nashville, Tenn., June 12, 1865.


SEVENTY-EIGHTH OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

COMPANY F
- Edward Allen, disch. May 30, 1865.


SEVENTY-NINTH VOLUNTEER INFANTRY
This regiment was organized under the call of July, 1862, at Camp Dennison, in August of that year. Clermont organized a company of sharpshooters, which was assigned to the regiment, but did not join it until the following year. The regiment received marching orders Sept. 3, 1862, and crossed into Kentucky at Cincinnati, to protect that city from the menacing forces at Lexington. The fall of the year was spent in Kentucky and Tennessee, having a number of skirmishes with the enemy, and often suffering untold hardships arising from the heat and lack of water, which also caused much sickness. On the 24th of February, 1863, the regiment was assigned to the Eleventh Army Corps, stationed at Lookout Valley, but in the reorganization of the army became a part of Gen. Hooker's Twentieth Army Corps, sustaining that connection until the close of the war; and its history from the beginning of the Atlanta campaign to the close is the history of the Ohio sharpshooters. The regiment began the campaign with six hundred men, and at the close had but one hundred and eighty-two. In the siege of Savannah the sharpshooters silenced the guns of the fort commanding
the entrance to the city. In the Carolinas the regiment was active and its loss severe. From Raleigh the homeward march was begun, the muster-out occurring at Washington, June 9, 1865. The loss of the regiment from all causes was greater than its original strength. It was finally discharged at Camp Dennison, June 7, 1865.

OFFICERS AND MEN FROM CLERMONT COUNTY

COMPANY B
- 1st Lieut. Samuel A. West, com. Aug. 29, 1862; pro. To capt., Jan. 19, 1863; pro. To maj., Jan. 25, 1865; pro. To lieut.-col., June, 1865.

COMPANY C (SHARPSHOOTERS)
- 1st Lieut. Isaiah Daughman, com. Aug. 15, 1862.
- 2d Lieut. Robert C. Williamson, com. Aug. 25, 1862.
- Sergt. James C. Redman, enl. Aug. 15, 1862.
- Sergt. Abraham Flegle, enl. Aug. 15, 1862.
- Sergt. Joseph Magee, enl. Aug. 22, 1862.
- Sergt. John M. Phillips, enl. Aug. 15, 1862.
- Corp. Ichabod Murray, enl. Aug. 15, 1862; appointed corp., Sept. 29, 1862.
- Corp. Henry Miller, enl. Aug. 15, 1862; appointed corp., Sept. 29, 1862.
- Corp. Samuel Atkinson, enl. Aug. 15, 1862; appointed corp., Sept. 29, 1862.
- Corp. James H. Foote, enl. Aug. 15, 1862; appointed corp., Sept. 29, 1862.
- Corp. Thomas C. Fitzwater, appointed corp., Sept. 29, 1862.
- Wagoner Evan Hurly, enl. Aug. 15, 1862.
- Thomas J. Elzey, enl. Aug. 29, 1862.
- John D. Callens, enl. Aug. 15, 1862.
- Richard Christian, enl. Aug. 15, 1862.
- Ulysses Cox, enl. Aug. 15, 1862.
- John Clark, enl. Aug. 15, 1862.
- Samuel F. Dudley, enl. Aug. 21, 1862.
- David Doughman, enl. Aug. 15, 1862.
- Valnetine Flegle, enl. Aug. 15, 1862.
- Robert Fry, enl. Aug. 15, 1862.
- Samuel J. Griffith, enl. Aug. 15, 1862.
- John S. Hawkins, enl. Aug. 15, 1862.
- Jonathan A. Hopkinson, enl. Aug. 15, 1862.
- Melville Hayes, enl. Aug. 20, 1862.
- Lorenzo Ireton, enl. Aug. 30, 1862.
- Alexander Ireton, enl. Aug. 30, 1862.
- Edward Kaler, enl. Aug. 15, 1862.
- James Mason, enl. Sept. 20, 1862.
- George A. Miller, enl. Aug. 15, 1862.
- William Moore, enl. Aug. 16, 1862.
- George F. Morris, enl. Aug. 16, 1862.
- Calvin S. Newton, enl. Aug. 13, 1862; trans. by request from Co. I to Co. C, Aug. 28, 1862.
- Albert Newton, enl. Aug. 20, 1862; disch. at Camp Dennison, April 11, 1865.
- John S. Packard, enl. Aug. 15, 1862.
- Levi B. Stevens, enl. Aug. 15, 1862.
- John B. Savage, enl. Aug. 15, 1862.
- Daniel Stump, enl. Aug. 15, 1862.
- Thomas P. Smith, enl. Aug. 20, 1862.
- Simon S. Shetterly, enl. Aug. 20, 1862.
- Samuel S. Sloan, enl. Aug. 20, 1862.
- George W. Smith, enl. Aug. 22, 1862.
- Benjamin Snider, enl. Aug. 22, 1862.
- Frank Snell, enl. Aug. 22, 1862.
- Jacob F. Taylor, enl. Aug. 15, 1862.
- Isaac Stouder, enl. Sept. 3, 1862.
- Elijah Cowen, enl. Sept. 6, 1862.

COMPANY H
- John Harris, enl. Aug. 14, 1862.

COMPANY C
- Isaac Schooley, enl. Aug. 11, 1862.


EIGHTY-FIRST OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

COMPANY C

- George D. Cramer, enl. March 20, 1865.



EIGHTY-SECOND OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

COMPANY G
- Thomas J. Hirschberg, enl. Dec. 29, 1864.



EIGHTY-THIRD REGIMENT

COMPANY B
- Corp. David C. Harbaugh, enl. Feb. 15, 1864; joined by transfer from Co. B, 48th O.V.I.
- Corp. Lewis Windsor, enl. Feb. 27, 1864; joined by transfer from Co. B, 48th O.V.I.
- John W. Bicker, enl. Feb. 10, 1865; joined by enlistment in 83d O.V.I.; detailed to guard prisoners to New Orleans, La.
- Charles K. Kindle, enl. Feb. 10, 1865; joined by enlistment in 83d O.V.I.
- Napolean B. Kindle, enl. Feb. 10, 1865; joined by enlistment in 83d O.V.I.
- Franklin A. Tribble, enl. Sept. 3, 1864; joined by transfer from Co. B, 48th O.V.I.; sent to hospital sick; Mobile, Ala., June 13, 1865.
- George H. Colthar, enl. Aug. 27, 1864; joined by transfer from Co. B, 48th O.V.I.

COMPANY D
- Sergt. Britton C. Bowne, enl. Feb. 27, 1864; joined by transfer from 48th O.V.I.
- Corp. John Hitsman, enl. enl. Feb. 15, 1864; joined by transfer from 48th O.V.I.
- Corp. William H. Knot, enl. Feb. 15, 1864; joined by transfer from 48th O.V.I.
- William Worstell, enl. Aug. 12, 1862; joined by transfer from Co. A; present with company in all engagements; absent, sick, since April 3, 1865.
- Felix L. Ashton, enl. Feb. 16, 1864; joined by transfer from 48th O.V.V.I.
- Dewit C. Hays, enl. Feb. 18, 1864; joined by transfer from 28th O.V.V.I.
- George W. Jeffries, enl. Feb. 28, 1864; joined by transfer from 28th O.V.V.I.
- Thomas J. Short, enl. Feb. 15, 1864; joined by transfer from 48th O.V.V.I.
- William Mitchell.



EIGHTY-NINTH OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY
This organization was composed of men from Clermont, Highland, and Ross Counties, enl. under the call of 1862, the companies going into Camp Dennison from the 10th to the 20th of August. The regiment was mustered in Aug. 26, 1862, and left the camp September 3d to go into Kentucky, opposite Cincinnati, to protect that city from a possible raid by Kirby Smith. From this point the regiment was transferred to West Virginia, going into winter quarters near Fayetteville Court-House. While lying there camp fever caused the death of many soldiers and disabled others.

After the battle of Stone River the regiment was ordered to Nashville, Tenn., to reinforce Gen. Rosecrans, and on the way up the Cumberland River, at Dover, two miles above Fort Donelson, had their first battle, Feb. 7, 1863. Arriving at Nashville, the regiment went into camp five miles from the city, and the season being wet much sickness ensued, causing the resignation of the colonel and the lieutenant-colonel, and the appointment of J. D. Hatfield to that position. A service in that part of the State followed, and at Hoover's Gap the regiment for the first time was under the direct fire of the enemy. The incessant rains made the campaign severely hard and caused much suffering. On the 8th of July the enemy had been driven beyond Chattanooga, and the Eighty-ninth went into camp at Decherd Station about the middle of the month, where it was thoroughly drilled. On the 19th of September the regiment was in the skirmishing-line of the bloody battle of Chickamauga, and in the afternoon was in the hardest of the fight. It held an important position until dark, when the enemy closed in on its rear and captured it almost entire. Col. Carlton, Lieut.-Col. Glenn, Assist. Surg. Purdam, Capts. S. A. Glenn, Day, Gatch, Barrett, and Adams, and Lieuts. Fairfield, Harris, Prentiss, Beard, and Scott were sent to Libby prison, and the men to Andersonville. All that was left of the regiment wore forty wounded, twenty sick, and seventy-five well men, who were led into Chattanooga by Surgeon Crew. Meantime Capt. Jolly had been recruiting for the Eighty-ninth, and arriving with his men the day after the battle assumed command of the regiment, which now again had a respectable standing. It was at Mission Ridge, in the front of the attacking column, at Resaca, and for the next four months fought its way into Atlanta. It made the march to the sea with Sherman, and was with him until the capture of Johnston, April 27, 1865. After participating in the grand review, the regiment was mustered out at Washington, June 7, 1865, and was finally discharged at Camp Dennison, June 13, 1865.

OFFICERS AND MEN FROM CLERMONT COUNTY

- Maj. Joseph D. Hatfield, com. Aug. 13, 1862; pro. To col. Dec. 2, 1862.
- Surg. H. Bradley, com. Aug. 19, 1862; res. March 28, 1863.
- 1st Asst. Surg. S.B. Crew, com. May 23, 1863; pro. To surg. June 8, 1863.
- 2d Asst. Surg. Colin Spence, com. Aug. 19, 1862; res. May 28, 1863.
- Chaplain Rev. A. W. Beall, com. Aug. 26, 1862; res. Sept. 1, 1863.
- 1st Lieut. And Regt. Q.M. William G. Hall, com. Aug. 13, 1863; appointed regt q.m., Nov. 1, 1864; res. Nov. 15, 1864; was 1st lieut. Co. E.

COMPANY B
- Capt. William A. Townsley, com. July 12, 1862; res. Aug. 5, 1863.
- Capt. James R. Vickers, com. June 28, 1862; 2d lieut. At enlistment; pro. To 1st lieut. Co. I, 89th O.V.I., pro. To capt. Co.B., Jan. 18, 1864, vice Townsley.
- 1st Lieut. Nehemiah Green, com. Aug. 8, 1862; 1st lieut. At enlistment; res. Jan. 27, 1863.
- 1st Lieut. Otho P. Fairfield, com. April 10, 1863; appointed 1st lieut. Jan. 27, 1863; vice Green; died at Columbia, Ga., Oct. 8, 1864, while prisoner of war.
- 2d Lieut. Ezekiel Slade, enl. Aug. 9, 1862; 2d lieut. At enlistment; res. Jan. 27, 1863.
- 2d Lieut. John J. Barton, com. Aug. 24, 1863; private at enlistment; promoted, vice Slade; res. April 18, 1864.
- 1st Sergt. John B. Hopkins, enl. July 14, 1862; appointed 1st sergt. from 2d sergt., May 27, 1863.
- Sergt. William J. Behymer, enl. Aug. 11, 1862; appointed sergt. from corp., Jan. 27, 1863; exchanged prisoner of war at Columbus, O.; provision for honorable discharge of this man.
- Corp. Henry B. Mattox, enl. Aug. 11, 1862; appointed corp., Sept. 1, 1862; exchanged prisoner of war at Columbus, O; provision made for the honorable discharge of this man.
- Corp. Artemus D. Sutton, enl. Aug. 18, 1862; appointed corp., Sept. 1, 1862; exchanged for prisoner of war at Columbus, O.; provision made for the honorable discharge of this man.
- Corp. Henry Iler, enl. Aug. 14, 1862; appointed corp. April 30, 1863.
- Corp. Samuel P. Holland, enl. Aug. 5, 1862; appointed corp May 1, 1864.
- Corp. Joseph K. Ely, enl. Aug. 8, 1862; appointed corp June 5, 1864.
- Corp. Thomas Jacobs, enl. Aug. 11, 1862; appointed corp June 5, 1864.
- Charles C. Bryan, enl. Aug. 8, 1862; exchanged prisoner of war; provision made for honorable discharge of this man.
- William Behymer, enl. Aug. 16, 1862.
- John Christoff, enl. Aug. 14, 1862.
- William O. Curtis, enl. Aug. 1, 1862.
- John E. Compton, enl. Aug. 11, 1862.
- Sylvester F. Duly, enl. Aug. 14, 1862.
- Elisha L. Fagin, enl. July 26, 1862.
- Charles M. Gravis, enl. July 26, 1862.
- Andrew J. Kilgore, enl. Aug. 10, 1862.
- Philip Leach, enl. Aug. 11, 1862; sick at Indianapolis; paroled prisoner of war; provision made for honorable discharge.
- Gohram P. Leeds, enl. Aug. 4, 1862.
- Sidney McAdams, enl. Aug. 7, 1862.
- James M. McRoberts, enl. Aug. 17, 1862.
- William McDonough, enl. July 19, 1862.
- Jospeph H. Monjar, enl. Aug. 6, 1862.
- Peter Lukemires, enl. Aug. 14, 1862; sick in hospital, Camp Dennison, Ohio, since Feb. 9, 1865; provision made for honorable discharge of this man.
- William H. Peterson, enl. Aug. 8, 1862.
- Edwin L. Peterson, enl. Aug. 8, 1862.
- Fountain L. Peterson, enl. Aug. 8, 1862.
- William N. Sherman, enl. Aug. 14, 1862; sick in hospital, Camp Dennison, Ohio, since May 31, 1864; provision for honorable discharge of this man.
- Enoch W. Smith, enl. Aug. 8, 1862; sick at Louisville, Ky., since June 14, 1863; provision made for honorable discharge of this man.
- Ephraim Short, enl. Aug. 14, 1862; sick in hospital, Camp Dennison, Ohio, since Feb. 9, 1865; provision made for honorable discharge of this man.
- William H. White, enl. Aug. 12, 1862.
- Charles Waits, enl. Aug. 5, 1862.
- Benjamin F. Waits, enl. Aug. 9, 1862.
- John Waits, enl. Aug. 9, 1862.
- Benjamin Woods, enl. Aug. 16, 1862.
- Isaac D. Willis, enl. Aug. 11, 1862; sick at Alexandria, Va., provision made for honorable discharge of this man.

Killed in Battle
- Corp. John W. Bragdon, enl. Aug. 11, 1862; killed in battle at Chickamauga, Sept. 20, 1863.
- Hamilton McAdams, enl. Aug. 8, 1862; killed in battle at Chickamauga, Sept, 20, 1863.

Died
- Fancis M. Boyd, enl. Aug. 16, 1862; died at Nashville, Tenn., Feb. 21, 1863.
- John W. Burnett, enl. Aug. 3, 1962; died at Gallatin, Tenn., June 23, 1863.
- Benjamin E. Burnett, enl. Aug. 6, 1862; died at Nashville, Tenn., Oct. 10, 1863.
- James M. Bricker, enl. Aug. 7, 1862; died of wounds received at Mission Ridge, at Chattanooga, Tenn., Nov. 26, 1862.
- Peter H. Brunk, enl. Aug. 8, 1862; died at Louisville, Ky., Feb. 2, 1864.
- Daniel W. Crawford, enl. enl. Aug. 14, 1862; died at Carthage, Tenn., March15, '63.
- Joseph J. Cordry, enl. Aug. 7, 1862; died at Andersonville, Ga., while prisoner of war, Aug. 1, 1864.
- Samuel M. Eppert, enl. Aug. 11, 1862; died at Andersonville, Ga., while prisoner of war, May 1, 1864.
- Otho L. Hull, enl. Aug. 11, 1862; died at Andersonville, Ga., while prisoner of war, April 27, 18644
- Corp. Milton Jones, enl. Aug. 11, 1862; died at Andersonville, Ga., while prisoner of war, Sept. 10, 1864.
- Sergt. John H. Jenkins, enl. Aug. 11, 1862; died at Andersonville, Ga., while prisoner of war, March 15, 1864.
- Andrew Leach, enl. Aug. 11, 1862; died at Big Shanty, Ga., of wounds, Jan. 19, 1864.
- Lafayette McDaniel, enl. July 24, 1862; died at Chattanooga, Tenn., Aug. 17, 1864.
- Sergt. Otis Paten, enl. Aug. 6, 1862.
- Corp. Wm. M. Riley, enl. Aug. 6, 1862; died at Andersonville, Ga., while prisoner of war, Sept. 14, 1864.
- George L. Peterson, enl. Aug. 8, 1862; died at Nashville, Tenn., Sept. 3, 1863.
- Sergt. Elijah M. Townsley, enl. Aug. 17, 1862; died at Andersonville, Ga., while prisoner of war, Aug. 3, 1864.
- Robert L. Vanosdol, enl. Aug. 6, 1862; died at Chattanooga, Tenn., of wounds, Sept. 31. 1864.
- Abraham Winter, enl. Aug. 11, 1862; died at Carthage, Tenn., June 14, 1863.
- Samuel Weaver, enl. Aug. 14, 1862; died at Atlanta, Ga., Sept. 23, 1864.
- Joseph P. West, enl. Aug. 11, 1862; died at Andersonville, Ga., while prisoner of war, July 29, 1864.
- John H. Wright, enl. Aug. 14, 1862; died at Richmond, Va., while prisoner of war, Sept. 9, 1864.
- John A. Willis, enl. enl. Aug. 11, 1862; died at Danville, Va., while prisoner of war, April 23, 1864.

Discharged
- George W. Agan, enl. Aug. 11, 1862; disch. Sept. 23, 1863.
- Wesley R. Behymer, enl. Aug. 11, 1862; disch. Jan. 21, 1863, at Point Pleasant.
- John J. Barton, enl. Aug. 20, 1862; disch. and must. 2d lieut. Co. B, 89th O.V.I.
- Randolph S. Boulware, enl. Aug. 5, 1862; disch. March 1864, Camp Dennison, Ohio.
- William Cordrey, enl. Aug. 7, 1862; disch. at Camp Dennison, O., Sept. 30, 1863.
- Sanford M. Curtis, enl. Aug. 14, 1862; disch. at Camp Dennison, O., May 5, 1864.
- John K. Brumagin, enl. July 19, 1862; disch. at Louisville, Ky., for disability, Nov. 16, 1863.
- William Dougherty, enl. Aug. 6, 1863; disch. at Camp Dennison, O., Aug. 22, 1864.
- Sergt. Otho P. Fairfield, enl. Aug. 11, 1862; disch. April 15, 1863.
- Joseph W. Homan, enl. Aug. 7, 1862; disch. at Louisville, Ky., July 18, 1864.
- George W. Hardin, enl. Aug. 6, 1862; disch. on surgeon's certificate, Nov. 7, 1863, at Louisville, Ky.
- Charles Kain, enl. Aug. 8, 1862; disch. at Camp Dennison, O., Nov. 28, 1863.
- Stephen G. Lindsey, enl. Aug. 11, 1862; disch. at Camp Rosecrans, Va., June 13, 1863.
- Alonzo, P. McAdams, enl. Aug. 11, 1862; disch. at Camp Rusthedell, Va., Jan. 6, 1863.
- William Mattox, enl. Aug. 11, 1862; disch. by writ of habeas cirpus (under age), March 21, 1863.
- William H. McAdams, enl. Aug. 11, 1862; disch. at Chattanooga, Tenn., on surgeon's certificate, Dec. 28, 1863.
- Samuel Newberry, enl. Aug. 11, 1862; disch. at Camp Rosecrans, Va., Jan. 10, 1863.
- Charles W. Raper, enl. Aug. 14, 1862; disch. at Camp Dennison, O., May 30, 1863.
- Henry R. Rymell, enl. July 20, 1862; disch. on surgeon's certificate, at Louisville, Ky., Oct. 29, 1863.
- Reuben Wood, enl. Aug. 14, 1862; disch. at Camp Rosecrans, Va., Jan. 10, 1863.
- Edmund Williams, enl. Aug. 6, 1862; disch. at Camp Dennison, O., Sept. 24, 1863.
- John W. Ward, enl. Aug. 14, 1862; disch. at Gallatin, Tenn., March 31, 1864.
- Joshua M. Whittaker, enl. Aug. 4, 1862; disch. at Ringgold, Ga., May 10, 1864, for disability.

Transferred
- John E. Clark, enl. Aug. 11, 1862; trans. to Invalid Corps, Aug. 12, 1863.
- John Fulton, enl. Aug. 12, 1862; trans. to Invalid Corps, May 8, 1863.
- James M. Lyle, enl. Aug. 7, 1862; trans. to Invalid Corps, at Murfreesboro', Tenn., Feb. 14, 1864.
- John N. McMillen, enl. Aug. 13, 1862; trans. to Invalid Corps, Dec. 6, 1863.
- George M. Dewitt, enl. Aug. 8, 1862; trans. to Invalid Corps, Dec. 15, 1863.
- Melancthon Wait, enl. Aug. 11, 1862; trans. to Invalid Corps, Dec. 6, 1863.
- George W. Mason, enl. Aug. 4, 1862; trans. to Invalid Corps, Aug. 31, 1863.
- Jacob M. Cox, enl. Aug. 11, 1862; trans. to Invalid Corps, March 15, 1864.

To be Transferred
- Harmon B. York, enl. Aug. 11, 1862.
- Emes M. Townsley, enl. Aug. 8, 1862.


COMPANY F
- Capt. Marcellus A. Leeds, com. July 29, 1862; res. May 20, 1863.
- Capt. Thomas H.B. Norris, com. June 22, 1863; was 1st lieut. Co. E; pro. To capt., vice Leeds; res. July 23, 1864.
- 1st Lieut. George W. Penn, com. July 29, 1862; died at Moscow, Ohio, Jan. 21, 1863.
- 1st Lieut. Elijah Hicks, com. April 16, 1863; pro. To 1st lieut., vice Penn, April 16, 1863; pro. To capt. March 16, 1864; trans. to Co. C, March 16, 1864.
- 1st Lieut. Dudley King, com. March 30, 1864; died near Atlanta, Ga., Aug. 13, 1864; pro. To 1st lieut., vice Hicks; was 2d lieut. Co. K; app. From 1st sergt. to 1st lieut. Co. F; was 1st sergt. of Co. K.
- 1st Lieut. Solomon Stockey, com. Aug. 13, 1864; must. out on separate rolls.
- 2d Lieut. Elijah Hicks, com. Aug. 20, 1862; pro. To 1st lieut. April 16, 1863.
- 2d Lieut. John S. Robinson, com. April 26, 1863; app. From 1st sergt. to 2d lieut., vice Hicks; pro. March 16, 1863.
- 1st Sergt. George W. Temple, enl. July 29, 1862; app. Corp., April 7, 1864; pro. To sergt. Sept. 1, 1864; pro. To 1st sergt. Oct. 26, 1864.
- Sergt. Abner T. Fagin, enl. July 29, 1862; app. From corp. to sergt., Sept. 1, 1863.
- Sergt. Isaac P. Tedrow, enl. Aug. 16, 1862; app. Sergt. Aug. 22, 1862.
- Sergt. Thomas M. Ireton, enl. Aug. 10, 1862; app. Corp. Aug. 22, 1862; to sergt. April 7, 1864.
- Sergt. John D. Gatch, enl. Aug. 16, 1862; app. Corp. Aug. 16, 1864; to sergt. Jan. 1, 1865.
- Corp. William A. Homan, enl. Aug. 13, 1862; app. Corp. May 20, 1863; exchanged prisoner of war.
- Corp. Charles B. Hopkins, enl. Aug. 13, 1862; app. Corp. Sept. 1, 1863; exchanged prisoner of war.
- Corp. Jacob G. Brunk, enl. July 29, 1862; app. Corp. Jan. 1, 1865.
- Corp. Robert L. Fagin, enl. Aug. 8, 1862; app. Corp. Jan. 1, 1865.
- Corp. John D. Light, enl Aug. 15, 1862; app. Corp. Jan. 1, 1865.
- Corp. Livingston T. Perrine, enl. Aug. 123, 1862; app. Corp. Jan. 1, 1865.
- Musician Joseph R. Wills, enl. Aug. 22, 1862.
- Hiram T. Bonar, enl. Aug. 2, 1862.
- George M. Bonar, enl. Aug. 7, 1862.
- Martin Bonar, enl. Aug. 2, 1862; sick at Wilmington, N.C., since Feb. 20, 1865.
- William Camerer, enl. July 29, 1862.
- Lafayette Chapman, enl. Aug. 19, 1862.
- James A. Clark, enl. Aug. 16, 1862.
- John E. Carter, enl. Aug. 19, 1862.
- George E. Dalie, enl. July 29, 1862.
- George G. Doughty, enl. Aug. 4, 1862; exchanged prisoner.
- Frederick Deeds, enl. Aug. 8, 1862; sick at Nashville, Tenn., since Feb. 25, 1864.
- Samuel T. Dolen, enl. Aug. 11, 1862.
- William R. Demeris, enl. Aug. 11, 1862.
- Charles S. Dillingham, enl. Aug. 6, 1862.
- Charles M. Hunt, enl Aug. 7, 1862.
- Howard Husted, enl Aug. 7, 1862; exchanged prisoner.
- Lewis Halfhill, enl Aug. 18, 1862.
- William C. Johnson, enl Aug. 7, 1862.
- Edward B. Leeds, enl Aug. 11, 1862.
- Charles N. Lowe, enl Aug. 9, 1862.
- Edward B. Myric, enl Aug. 2, 1862; sick at Nashville, Tenn., since July 27, 1864.
- Thomas J. Miller, enl Aug. 13, 1862.
- John Miller, enl Aug. 13, 1862.
- Joseph Pingle, enl Aug. 9, 1862.
- William J. Rodgers, enl Aug. 7, 1862.
- John W. Simmons, enl Aug. 13, 1862.
- Turpen Starks, enl Aug. 6, 1862.
- Wm. W. Swing, enl Aug. 22, 1862.
- Frederick Terwiiliger, enl Aug. 12, 1862.
- Wesley S. Turton, enl Aug. 15, 1862.
- George B. Tedrow, enl Aug. 14, 1862; exchanged prisoner.
- James Viers, enl. July 29, 1862.
- Chambers Varmer, enl Aug. 8, 1862.
- Joseph K. Wills, enl Aug. 22, 1862; sick at Camp Dennison, Ohio, since May 13, 1864.

Killed
- Sergt. John Kehm, enl Aug. 7, 1862; killed at Chickamauge, Sept. 20, 1863.

Missing in Action
- James W. Hicks, enl Aug. 13, 1862; missing at Chickamauga, since Sept. 20, 1863.

Died of Disease
- 1st Sergt. Oliver S. Robinson, enl. Aug. 6, 1862; died at Murfreesboro', Tenn., July 30, 1863.
- 1st Sergt. Alonzo O. Bennett, enl. Aug. 6, 1862; died in prison at Danville, Va., Feb. 1, 1864.
- Sergt. Oliver C. Temple, enl. Aug. 6, 1862; died in prison at Richmond, Va., Jan. 1, 1864.
- Corp. John F. Brown, enl. Aug. 8, 1862; died in prison at Danville, Va., Dec. 20, 1863.
- Corp. William Viers, enl. Aug. 9, 1862; died in prison at Richmond, Va., Dec. 1, 1864.
- John Bennett, enl. Aug. 22, 1862; died at Cowen Station, Tenn., Oct. 1, 1863.
- John W. Dunseth, enl. Aug. 8, 1862; died at Amelia, Ohio, March 22, 1864.
- Wm. B. French, enl. Aug. 8, 1862; drowned at Ringgold, Ga., May 2, 1864.
- Isaac D. Fagin, enl. Aug. 6, 1862; died in prison at Danville, Va., April 21, '64.
- Joseph Justice, enl. Aug. 8, 1862; died of wounds received in battle of Mission Ridge, Ga., Dec. 27, 1863.
- Frank Logan, enl. July 31, 1862; died in prison at Andersinville, Ga., May 30, 1864.
- George M. Leeds, enl. Aug. 8, 1862; died in prison at Nashville, Tenn., Feb. 26, 1863.
- David Light, enl. Aug. 10, 1862; died at Camp Dennison, Ohio, March 20, 1863.
- John R. Lawyer, enl. Aug. 22, 1862; died in prison at Andersonville, Ga., Sept. 30, 1864.
- Charles J. Middleton, enl. Aug. 2, 1862; drowned at Carthage, Tenn., March 26, 1863.
- John L. Dorter, enl. Aug. 9, 1862; died at Riggold, Ga., Feb. 25, 1864.
- Allen J. Smith, enl. Aug. 11, 1862; died in prison at Dabville, Va., Sept. 1, 1864.
- Dewill W. Slye, enl. Aug. 8, 1862; died at Deererd Station, Tenn., July 28, '63.
- Charles W. Tucker, enl. July 31, 1862; died at Camp Fenwick, Va., Jan. 5, 1863.
- George Troub, enl. Aug. 9 1862; died at Annapolis, Md., July 15, 1864.
- Wm. L. Turton, enl. Aug. 1, 1862; died in prison at Danville, Va., Feb. 10, 1864.
- Ramoth L. Wheidden, enl. Aug. 6, 1862; died at Nashville, Tenn., Sept. 2, 1863.
- Allen Winans, enl. Aug. 22, 1862; died at Carthage, Tenn., May 28, 1863.

Discharged
- Elisha L. Bennett, enl. Aug. 20, 1862; disch. at Louisville, Ky., May 25, 1863.
- Wm. C. Cooms, enl. July 29, 1862; disch. at Gallatin, Tenn., Dec. 28, 1863.
- Albert L. Davis, enl. Aug. 7, 1862; disch. at Cincinnati, Ohio, April 25, 1863.
- John Floro, enl. Aug. 7, 1862; disch. at Gallatin, Tenn., Jan. 7, 1864.
- Wm. T. Gatch, enl. Aug. 22, 1862; disch. at Nashville, Tenn., April 16, 1863.
- Robert B. Jeffries, enl. Aug. 7, 1862; disch. at Covington, Ky., March 24, 1865.
- Corydon S. McClain, enl. July 29, 1862; disch. at Chattanooga, Tenn., Dec. 28, 1864.
- William McCoy, enl. Aug. 11, 1862; disch. at Cincinnati, Ohio, March 14, 1863.
- George W. Sapp, enl. Aug. 7, 1862; disch. at Gallatin, Tenn., Dec. 15, 1863.
- Thomas C. Smith, enl. Aug. 19, 1862; disch. at Covington, Ky., Sept. 12, 1862.
- Jonathan Tompkins, enl. Aug. 11, 1862; disch. at Nashville, Tenn., April 12, 1863.
- 1st Sergt. John S. Robinson, enl. Aug. 7, 1862; disch. to accept promotion as 2d lieut., April 16, 1863.

Transferred
- 1st Sergt. Sylvester T. Prentice, enl. Aug. 8, 1862; app. Corp. Sept. 1, 1863; to sergt. Sept. 20, 1863; to 1st sergt. April 7, 1864; app. 1st lieut. Oct. 26, 1864; trans. to Co. K, Oct. 26, 1864.
- Sergt. Israel Higbee, enl. July 29, 1862; trans. to V.R.C., Nov. 1, 1863.
- Sergt. Horas K. Dolan, enl. July 7, 1862; trans. to V.R.C., Nov. 1, 1863.
- Corp. James G. Dawson, enl. July 9, 1862; trans. to V.R.C., March 15, 1864.
- Corp. Jesse M. Simpkins, enl. July 7, 1862; trans. to V.R.C., March 15, 1864.
- John T. Archerd, enl. July 29, 1862; trans. to Vet. Res. Corps, May 1, 1864.
- Samuel Apple, enl. Aug. 7, 1862; trans. to Vet. Res. Corps, March 31, 1864.
- David Brunk, enl. Aug. 6, 1862; trans. to Vet. Res. Corps, Nov. 1, 1864.
- Olin Coombs, enl. July 29, 1862; trans. to regimental field and staff officers as q.m.-sergt., Sept. 13, 1864.
- Jediah Doughty, enl. Aug. 6, 1862; trans. to Vet. Res. Corps, Nov. 1, 1864.
- Wm. G. Hall, enl. Aug. 13, 1862; trans. to regimental field and staff officers as q.m.-sergt., Sept. 13, 1864.
- Albert W. Huling, enl. Aug. 8, 1862; trans. to Vet. Res. Corps, Jan. 15, 1864.
- Wm. H. Smith, enl. Aug. 7, 1862; trans. to Vet. Res. Corps, Jan. 15, 1864.
- William Towner, ent. Jan. 11, 1865; trans. to 31st O.V.V. Inf., June 5, 1865.

COMPANY G
- Capt. William Haight, com. July 20, 1862; res. At Carthage, Tenn., April 25, '63.
- 1st Lieut. Oliver C. Gatch, com. July 29, 1862; pro. To capt., May 24, 1863; vice Haught, res.
- 1st Lieut. Granville Jackson, com. May 24, 1863; pro. To 1st lieut. vice Gatch; was 2d lieut. Sa,e company; killed in action, Sept. 20, 1863.
- 1st Lieut. Edward S. Scott, com. March 30, 1864; pro. To 1st lieut. vice Jackson, trans. to field and staff, Oct. 28, 1864.
- 1st Lieut. Joseph B. Foraker, com. March 4, 1864; trans. from field and staff, Co. G, 89th Ohio Vol. Inf., Oct. 28, 1864.
- 2d Lieut. Granville Jackson, com. Aug. 14, 1862; pro. To 1st lieut., May 24, 1863, vice Gatch.
- 2d Lieut. Edward S. Scott, com. May 24, 1863; app. 2d lieut. vice Jackson, pro. May 24, 1863; was 1st sergt. same company.
- 1st Sergt. Joseph Chany, enl. Aug. 13, 1862.
- Sergt. Josephus H. Hall, enl. Aug. 7, 1862.
- Sergt. George Thomsburg, enl. Aug. 7, 1862.
- Sergt. Elliott McKinnie, enl. Aug. 7, 1862.
- Sergt. Jesse T. McClave, enl. Aug. 7, 1862; app. Sergt. vice Smith, trans. to Vet, Res. Corps.
- Corp. Rufus P. Robins, enl. Aug. 14, 1862.
- Corp. Samuel Wood, enl. Aug. 8, 1862; sick since June 10, 1864, Camp Dennison, Ohio.
- Corp. James M. Combs, enl. Aug. 15, 1862; wounded; absent since Nov. 25, 1863, at Camp Dennison, Ohio.
- Corp. Robert P. Barber, enl. Aug. 12, 1862.
- Corp. John P. Glordin, enl. Aug. 15, 1862; app. Corp. March 1, 1865.
- Corp. Albert J. Gibbs, enl. Aug. 9, 1862.
- Corp. John M. Miller, enl. Aug. 6, 1862.
- Wallace Boyer, enl. Aug. 13, 1862; sick at Camp Chase, Ohio, since Mar. 20, '65.
- Preston Bishop, enl. Aug. 15, 1862.
- Wesley Brunk, enl. Aug. 11, 1862.
- Anilsen Balzhauser, enl. Aug. 12, 1862.
- James Cook, enl. Aug. 13, 1862.
- Samuel Cromer, enl. Aug. 12, 1862.
- Michael Duber, enl. Aug. 4, 1862.
- Thomas J. Doghman, enl. Aug. 4, 1862; wounded, absent since Sept. 20, 1863, at Goshen, Ohio.
- Nathaniel Day, enl. Aug. 4, 1862.
- Tubal Elliott, enl. Aug. 21, 1862.
- Frederick D. Font, enl. Aug. 4, 1862; absent sick since May 6, 1865, at Camp Dennison, Ohio.
- Robert Fowler, enl. Aug. 4, 1862.
- Francis M. Glancy, enl. Aug. 12, 1862.
- Barton Hill, enl. Aug. 4, 1862.
- John D. Hosnor, enl. Aug. 4, 1862.
- David R. Irvin, enl. Aug. 5, 1862.
- Osen Isham, enl. Aug. 12, 1862.
- David Isham, enl. Aug. 12, 1862; pris. Of war since Sept. 20, 1863.
- John Kameneser, enl. Aug. 4, 1862.
- Amos Little, enl. Aug. 12, 1862.
- William McAndrews, enl. Aug. 12, 1862; wounded, absent since Sept. 20, '63.
- John W. McGrew, enl. Aug. 12, 1862; absent sick since April 30, 1865.
- William McGorrey, enl. Aug. 12, 1862.
- Joseph McGorrey, enl. Aug. 12, 1862.
- Smith McKinney, enl. Aug. 7, 1862; wounded, absent since July 23, 1864.
- Elias Moler, enl. Aug. 14, 1862; sick; absent since March 27, 1865.
- Joseph Predmore, enl. Aug. 11, 1862; pris. Of war since Dec. 1, 1864.
- Alexander Powell, enl. Aug. 4, 1862.
- Michael Paul, enl. Aug. 7, 1862.
- Ichabod W. Patterson, enl. Aug. 11, 1862.
- WilliamH.H. Runyan, enl. Aug. 12, 1862.
- William South, enl. Aug. 4, 1862.
- George P. Scott, enl. Aug. 4, 1862.
- George Simkins, enl. Aug. 9, 1862.
- Zebinia Simpkins, enl. Sept, 21, 1864.
- Certland Smith, enl. Aug. 13, 1862; absent sick since May 24, 1865.
- Thomas Sly, enl. Aug. 15, 1862; prisoner of war since Sept. 20, 1863.
- John Shumard, enl. Aug. 12, 1862.
- Samuel J. Scott, enl. Aug. 13, 1862.
- John L. Smisor, enl. Aug. 13, 1862; absent sick since April 7, 1865.
- Theodore R. Wangher, enl. Aug. 9, 1862.
- John Washburn, enl. Aug. 7, 1862; absent sick since June 4, 1863, at Louisville, Ky.
- Francis M. Wood, enl. Aug. 11, 1862.
- Andrew Whitaker, enl. Aug. 12, 1862.
- William F. Williams, enl. Aug. 1, 1862.
- Andrew Willis, enl. Aug. 12, 1862.

Killed in Action
- David Morrison, enl. Aug. 12, 1862; killed at battle of Chickamauga, Sept. 20, 1863.
- Joseph D. Smith, enl. Aug. 12, 1862; killed at battle of Chickamauga, Sept. 20, 1863.
- Samuel Smith, enl. Aug. 14, 1862; killed on the field in Georgia, July 20, 1864.
- William Vancamp, enl. Aug. 7, 1862; killed at battle of Chickamauga, Sept. 20, 1863.
- Theodore N. Vaughn, enl. Aug. 15, 1862; killed at battle of Chickamauga, Sept. 20, 1863.
- Silas Weaver, enl. Aug. 12, 1862; killed at battle of Chickamauga, Sept. 20, 1863.

Died
- Osborn Cooper, enl. Aug. 12, 1862; died at Nashville, Tenn., March 29, 1864, of pneumonia.
- Josiah Clayton, enl. Aug. 12, 1862; died at Andersonville, Ga., July 28, 1864, of dysentery.
- Jacob Conover, enl. Aug. 6, 1862; died at Murfreesboro', Tenn., June 28, 1863, of inflammation of the brain.
- Henry Holsted, enl. Aug. 12, 1862; died at Murfreesboro', Tenn., April 22, 1863, of consumption.
- Elias S. Hill, enl. Aug. 14, 1862; died at Andersonville, Ga., June 3, 1863, of scorbutus.
- William Little, enl. Aug. 14, 1862; died at Nashville, Tenn., March 6, 1863, of pneumonia.
- William B. Perkins, enl. Aug. 8, 1862; dies at Andersonville, Ga., July 26, 1864, of scorbutus.
- William Patterson, enl. Aug. 15, 1862; died at Nashville, Tenn., March 3, 1863, of erysipelas.
- Harvey Shumard, enl. Aug. 15, 1862; died at home in Ohio, Oct. 22, 1862, of typhoid fever.
- Granville Shumard, enl. Aug. 15, 1862; died at Charleston, S.C., Dec. 4, 1864, of scorbutus.
- John D. Sly, enl. Aug. 1, 1862; died at Nashville, Tenn., March 11, 1863, of pneumonia.
- Albert Shields, enl. Aug. 15, 1862; died at Nashville, Tenn., July 20, 1862, of fever.
- Josiah Sloan, enl. Aug. 16, 1862; died at Murfreesboro', Tenn., July 15, 1863, of typhoid fever.
- Sampson Thompson, enl. Aug. 14, 1862; died at Gallatin, Tenn., June 22, 1863.
- John F. Ebennally, enl. Aug. 9, 1862; died at Andersonville, Ga., Oct. 18, 1864.
- Lucius G. Wainright, enl. Aug. 12, 1862; died at Andersonville, Ga., Aug. 3, 1864, of scorbutus.
- William Williamson, enl. Aug. 8, 1862; died at Camp Ferwick, Va., Dec. 23, 1862, of typhoid fever.
- John W. McLefresh, enl. Aug. 11, 1862; died at Danville, Va., May 27, 1864, of scorbutus.

Discharged
- 1st Sergt. Edward S. Scott, enl. Aug. 12, 1862; disch. at Murfreesboro', Tenn., May 24, 1863.
- Jacob Andrew, enl. Aug. 4, 1862; disch. at Columbus, Ohio, May 24, 1865.
- Corp. Joseph Dunre, enl. Aug. 15, 1862; disch. at Louisville, Ky., May 20, 1863.
- Jacob Laymon, enl. Aug. 7, 1862; disch. at Camp Dennison, Ohio, June 20, 1863.
- Eli Rust, enl. Aug. 7, 1862; disch. at Carthage, Tenn., May 24, 1863.
- Arnold Snider, enl. Aug. 16, 1862; disch. at Camp Dennison, Ohio, June 20, 1863.
- John W. White, enl. Aug. 6, 1862; disch. at Carthage, Tenn., May 28, 1863.
- Corp. John Wood, enl. Aug. 15, 1862; disch. at Nashville, Tenn., Feb. 27, 1863.
- Wesley Tomig, enl. Aug. 7, 1862; disch. at Camp Dennison, Ohio, Dec. 18, 1863.
- 1st Sergt. Joseph C. Oliver, enl. Aug. 4, 1862; disch. in the field, Georgia, Aug. 12, 1864, to receive appointment.

Transferred
- George M. Burge, enl. Aug. 13, 1862; trans. to Vet. Res. Corps, April 30, 1864.
- Alexander Clawin, enl. Aug. 15, 1862; trans. to Vet. Res. Corps.
- George Fleming, enl. Aug. 5, 1862; trans. to Co. D, 89th Ohio.
- Lawrence Oligee, enl. Aug. 15, 1862; trans. to Vet. Res. Corps, April 20, 1864.
- Sergt. Randolph E. Smith, enl. Aug. 10, 1862; trans. to Vet. Res. Corps, Dec. 3, 1864.
- William S. Thacker, enl. Aug. 9, 1862; trans. to Vet. Res. Corps, April 22, 1864.
- Vincire W. Wainright, enl. Aug. 12, 1862; trans. to Vet. Res. Corps, Oct. 20, 1863.

Prisoners of War
- Sergt. Cory Thornsburg, enl. Aug. 7, 1862; prisoner since Sept. 20, 1863.
- Sergt. Elliott McKinnie, enl. Aug. 9 1862; prisoner since Sept. 20, 1863.
- David Isham, enl. Aug. 13, 1862; prisoner since Sept. 20, 1863.
- Thomas Slye, enl. Aug. 15, 1862; prisoner since Sept. 20, 1863.
- Joseph C. Predmore, enl. Aug. 11, 1862; prisoner since Dec. 4, 1864.

To be Transferred
- Robert K. Chapman, enl. Aug. 12, 1862; trans. to 31st O.V.V.I., June 5, 1865.



NINETY-THIRD OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

COMPANY I
- Henry R. Wheeler, enl. Aug. 5, 1862; in hospital at Madison, Ind., was wounded at Resaca, Ga., May 14, 1864.



ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FOURTH OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

COMPANY I
- Thomas Fiscus, enl. Aug. 18, 1862.


ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-SEVENTH NATIONAL GUARDS INFANTRY

COMPANY D
- John J. Bryant, enl. May 2, 1864.


ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY-SIXTH OHIO NATIONAL GUARDS INFANTRY

COMPANY C
- Adolph Pouch, enl. May 2, 1864.


FIFTY-THIRD OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY (NATIONAL GUARD)

This regiment was organized at Camp Dennison, May 12, 1864, for one hundred days, and at once left for Harper's Ferry, Va. The greater part of May and June was consumed by the regiment in doing guard duty at that place and along the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. In the latter part of June it was sent to Gen. Butler's forces at Bermuda Hundred, and was there engaged in guard and picket duty. A detachment of the regiment was engaged with the enemy at North Mills, July 3, 1864, where several men were killed. The regiment was brought home the latter part of July, and mustered out of the service at Camp Chase.

OFFICERS AND MEN FROM CLERMONT COUNTY

- Col. Israel Stough (not of Clermont County), com., May 10, 1864.
- Col. Geo. W. Hulick, com., May 10, 1864.
- Lieut.-Col. Marcellus A. Leeds, com., May 10, 1864.
- Maj. Z. South, com., May 10, 1864.
- Sergt. Jehu S. Combs, com., May 10, 1864.
- Asst. Sergt. John O. Marsh, com., May 10, 1864.
- Chaplain Lucien Clark, com., May 10, 1864.
- 1st Lieut. and Adjt. E.A. Parker, com., May 10, 1864.
- 1st Lieut. and Q.M. S.S. Robinson, com., May 10, 1864.
- Sergt. T.D. Hartman, enl. May 2, 1864.
- Q.M.-Sergt. C.N. Browning, enl. May 2, 1864.
- Com.-Sergt. J.C. Weaver, enl. May 2, 1864.
- Com.-Sergt. J.W. Wood, enl. May 2, 1864.

COMPANY A
- Capt. Thomas W. Rathbone, com. July 7, 1863; res. As maj. Of 34th O.V. Oct. 10, 1862; was prisoner of war, and was disch. Nov. 18, 1864.
- 1st Lieut. John W. Hunt, com. July 13, 1863.
- 2d Lieut. William Pease, com. July 13, 1863.
- 1st Sergt. William W. Ricker, enl. July 7, 1863.
- Sergt. William H. Thomas, enl. July 13, 1863.
- Sergt. Joseph T. Wheeler, enl. Sept. 5, 1863.
- Corp. John F. Townsley, enl. July 13, 1863.
- Corp. Jerome Behymer, enl. July 13, 1863.
- Corp. William W. Hopkins, enl. July 13, 1863.
- Corp. William B. Doan, enl. July 13, 1863.
- Corp. Oliver P. Behymer, enl. July 7, 1863.
- Mus. Isaac Short, enl. July 13, 1863.
- Mus. William H. Avey. enl. July 13, 1863.
- Frank Apple, enl. Aug. 22, 1863.
- Nathaniel Behymer, enl. July 7, 1863.
- Walter Behymer, enl. July 13, 1863.
- Clarington Behymer, enl. July 13, 1863.
- Aaron S. Behymer, enl. July 13, 1863.
- Samuel J. Behymer, enl. July 13, 1863.
- Levias Behymer, enl. Aug, 22, 1863.
- Levi Behymer, enl. May 4, 1864.
- Theodore L. Barton, enl. July 7, 1863.
- Erin Cole, enl. July 13, 1863.
- Joseph P. Clark, enl. May 4, 1863.
- Nelson F. Clark, enl. May 4, 1864.
- John Cross, enl. July 13, 1863.
- James Dillon, enl. Sept. 5, 1863.
- Maurice Dolen, enl. Sept. 5, 1863.
- George R. Ebersole, enl. Aug. 15, 1863.
- John M. Eppert, enl. July 7, 1863.
- James P. Fagin, enl. July 13, 1863.
- William W. Hunt, enl. July 13, 1863.
- George W. Hutchins, enl. Aug. 22, 1863.
- John W. Hutchins, enl. Aug. 22, 1863.
- Francis M. Hill, enl. May 5, 1864.
- Thomas S. Kilgour, enl. July 13, 1863.
- Jesse D. Knabb, enl. July 13, 1863.
- William W. Lewis, enl. May 5, 1864.
- Benjamin Mattox, enl. July 7, 1863.
- James Nash, enl. July 13, 1863.
- John Pease, enl. Aug. 22, 1863.
- Jared Pease, enl. May 10, 1864.
- David L. Reeves, enl. July 13, 1863.
- James P. Reeves, enl. July 13, 1863.
- Isaac W. Rilea, enl. July 13, 1863.
- John Siliker, enl. July 13, 1863.
- Ebenezer Stebbins, enl. July 13, 1863.
- Samuel H. Stewart, enl. July 13, 1863.
- William H. Simons, enl. July 13, 1863.
- Philotus Simons, enl. July 13, 1863.
- Lewis W. Thomas, enl. July 13, 1863.
- John Wagoner, enl. July 7, 1863.
- John Wein, enl. July 13, 1863.
- Frank Zillah, enl. July 7, 1863.
- Charles Houck, enl. July 7, 1863.
- Jacob Keinath, enl. July 13, 1863.
- Frederick Krouse, enl. July 13, 1863.
- William Luick, enl. July 13, 1863.
- Andrew Lillick, enl. Sept. 29, 1863.

COMPANY B
- Capt. Lawyer M. Bickmore, com. July 8, 1863.
- 1st Lieut. Parley P. Hadley, com. July 8, 1863.
- 2d Lieut. James B. Johnson, com. July 8, 1863.
- Sergt. John Beckwith, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Sergt. Ambrose Nott, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Sergt. James H. Whitaker, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Sergt. Joy Hodgen, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Sergt. Albert B. Snell, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Corp. Samuel Monce, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Corp. George Orebaugh, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Corp. Erastus H. McNutt, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Corp. James Snell, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Corp. Nathan C. Nichols, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Corp. Samuel Moyer, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Corp. John Needham, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Musician William Holloway, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Musician Barton Orr, enl. July 8, 1863.
- William Allen, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Davison Applegate, enl. July 8, 1863.
- William Applegate, enl. July 8, 1863.
- John Barr, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Moses Beckwith, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Mark Brothers, enl. July 8, 1863.
- James Calder, enl. July 8, 1863.
- W.J. Carr, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Arthur E. Clark, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Harmon Cover, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Daniel Cover, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Benjamin D. Cramer, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Samuel Curlis, enl. July 8, 1863.
- William Curles, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Marshall G. Dickey, enl. July 8, 1863.
- John Foster, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Alfred Ferree, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Frank Glancy, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Thomas Goldtrap, enl. July 8, 1863.
- George Griswold, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Samuel S. Griswold, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Nicholas Guitteau, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Minor T. Hadley, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Caleb L. Hadley, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Christopher D. Hartman, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Allen Holmes, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Cornelius E. Holmes, enl. July 8, 1863.
- John Hunter, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Phineas Hurst, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Jefferson Hurst, enl. July 8, 1863.
- B.F. Hutchinson, enl. July 8, 1863.
- E.J. Hutchinson, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Azariah Hutchinson, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Erastus Hutchinson, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Robert Ireton, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Richard Kyle, enl. July 8, 1863.
- James Looker, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Kibby H. Moyer, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Victor Nicklas, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Robert Nell, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Alfred Orebaugh, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Eli Orebaugh, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Alexander Patterson, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Milton Patterson, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Alfred N. Prickett, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Jacob Rapp, enl. July 8, 1863.
- H.S. Reynolds, enl. July 8, 1863.
- John Royce, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Elias C. Runyan, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Henry J. Runyan, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Samuel Runyan, enl. July 8, 1863.
- James Sadlier, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Peter Shumard, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Richard Shumard, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Henry Smith, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Andrew J. South, enl. July 8, 1863.
- James Slymets, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Elias Tice, enl. July 8, 1863.
- James Turner, enl. July 8, 1863.
- William Turner, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Jonah Vanhorn, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Francis A. Waits, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Thomas White, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Francis M. White, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Ansel White, enl. July 8, 1863.
- William H. Willis, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Thomas Whitaker, enl. May 10, 1863.
- Arthur A. Wood, enl. May 10, 1863.
- Thomas Needham, enl. May 10, 1863.
- Thomas Vancamp, enl. May 10, 1863.

COMPANY C
- Capt. John McNeill, com. July 4, 1863.
- 1st Lieut. L.W/ Frazier, com. July 4, 1863; killed in skirmish at North River Mills, July 3, 1864.
- 2d Lieut. W. A. Frambes, com. July 4, 1863.
- Sergt. W.F. Landon, enl. July 4, 1863.
- Sergt. E.R. Salt, enl. July 6, 1863.
- Sergt. L. W. Pemberton, enl. July 6, 1863.
- Sergt. W.F. Crane, enl. July 6, 1863.
- Sergt. Michael Altman, enl. July 6, 1863.
- Corp. John McMurchy, enl. July 6, 1863.
- Corp. Robert McNair, enl. July 6, 1863.
- Corp. John Mofford, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Corp. G.M. Pemberton.
- Corp. Perry S. Mace.
- Corp. Archibald McNair, enl. April 30, 1864.
- Corp. John R. Altman, enl. July 8, 1863.
- Corp. James Boulware, enl. July 10, 1863.
- Aaron Armacost, enl. July 11, 1863.
- Philip Altman.
- G.W. Anderson.
- W.B. Anderson.
- Edward Austin, enl. May 2, 1864.
- W.A. Altman, enl. July 11, 1863.
- Frederick Burk, enl. July 11, 1863.
- Randolph Boggess, enl. July 11, 1863.
- Jordan Boggess, enl. July 11, 1863.
- Frank Brush, enl. July 11, 1863.
- J.B. Brown, enl. July 11, 1863.
- A.E.L. Brown, enl. July 11, 1863.
- Kelly Burke, enl. July 11, 1863.
- Piatt Brooks, enl. July 11, 1863.
- George Brown, enl. July 11, 1863.
- William S. Crane, enl. July 11, 1863.
- Albert Crane, enl. July 11, 1863.
- Isaac Clark, enl. May 2, 1864.
- James Carter, enl. July 11, 1863.
- Phineas Carter, enl. July 11, 1863.
- James Clare, enl. July 11, 1863.
- M.W. Fagley, enl. July 11, 1863.
- J.N. Fisher, enl. July 7, 1863.
- Oliver Frazee, enl. July 4, 1863.
- W.W. Ford, April 24, 1864.
- S.P. Fisher, enl. July 4, 1863.
- G.W. Gravitt, enl. July 12, 1863.
- W.M. Gravitt, enl. July 12, 1863.
- Frank Huffman, Sanford Hollyday, A.H. Holton, James Hollyday, Jackson Harris.
- Jacob Hutchinson, enl. May 10, 1864.
- Leander Iler, enl. May 2, 1864.
- M.H. Kirk, enl. July 14, 1863.
- E.C. Kindle, enl. May 2, 1864.
- J. A. Lang, enl. July 14, 1863.
- James McNair, enl. July 14, 1863.
- John McNair, enl. July 14, 1863.
- J.B. McClain, enl. May 2, 1864.
- James McMurchey, enl. July 14, 1863.
- Thomas E. Miller, enl. July 14, 1863.
- William Mally, enl. July 14, 1863.
- R.H. Oxley, enl. May 2, 1864.
- J.A. Palmer, enl. July 4, 1863.
- C.J. Bice, enl. July 4, 1863.
- W.D. Rutherford, enl. July 4, 1863.
- J.D. Raper, enl. July 4, 1863.
- T.J. Rodgers, enl. July 4, 1863.
- James Rutherford, enl. May 2, 1864.
- P.W. Smith, enl. May 4, 1864.
- Adam Snyder, enl. July 4, 1863.
- Oliver Sims, enl. July 4, 1863.
- J.Q. Sanders, enl. July 4, 1863.
- O.J. Scott, enl. May 10, 1864.
- H.T. Scott, enl. May 10, 1864.
- G.M. Scott, enl. May 10, 1864.
- John Smith, enl. May 10, 1864.
- James South, enl. May 10, 1864.
- Jacob Sims, enl. May 10, 1864.
- William M. Tompkins, enl. July 1, 1863.
- Josiah Tice, enl. July 1, 1863.
- B.F. Tatman, enl. July 1, 1863.
- Elijah Tatman, enl. July 1, 1863.
- John Tatman, enl. July 1, 1863.
- G.W. Tatman, enl. July 1, 1863.
- Josephus Test, enl. July 1, 1863.

COMPANY D
- Capt. A. McNair, Jr, com. July 2, 1863.
- 1st Lieut. W.E. Nichols, com. July 2, 1863.
- 2d Lieut. James H. Scott, com. July 17, 1863.
- Sergt. James H. Brannon, enl. July 2, 1863.
- Sergt. John M. Flannagan, enl. July 2, 1863.
- Sergt. B.L. Winans, enl. July 2, 1863.
- Sergt. Joseph Ernst, enl. July 2, 1863.
- Sergt. Thomas Sargent, enl. July 2, 1863.
- Corp. J. Wesley Simmons, enl. July 2, 1863.
- Corp. Charles Hancock, enl. July 2, 1863.
- Corp. G.W. Lakin, enl. July 2, 1863.
- Corp. Hugh McNair, enl. July 4, 1863.
- Corp. John L. Barkley, enl. July 4, 1863.
- Corp. William F. Hewit, enl. July 4, 1863.
- Corp. J.N. Brown, enl. July 4, 1863.
- Corp. W.H. Altman, enl. July 4, 1863.
- Musician Benjamin Placard, enl. April 25, 1864.
- Musician John McClain, enl. May 2, 1864.
- W.B. Altman, enl. July 2, 1863.
- J.B. Archard, enl. July 2, 1863.
- George F. Armacost, enl. July 2, 1863.
- T.J. Ashley, enl May 2, 1864.
- N.C. Bainum, enl. July 2, 1863.
- F.E. Bettle, enl. July 2, 1863.
- C.N. Browning, enl. July 2, 1863.
- Isaac Bainum, enl. July 2, 1863.
- Hyman Baker, enl. July 2, 1863.
- G.W. Cook, enl. July 2, 1863.
- Samuel Cooper, enl. July 5, 1863.
- Alexander Dunn, enl. July 2, 1863.
- Josephus Donley, enl. July 2, 1863.
- Wilson Day, enl. July 2, 1863.
- Elisha W. Day, enl. July 2, 1863.
- Owen W. Davis, enl. July 2, 1863.
- Edward F. Donley, enl. April 25, 1864.
- Robert Florer, enl. July 4, 1863.
- Lewis Gelvin, enl. July 5, 1863.
- Thomas D. Husted, enl. July 5, 1863.
- William Hillis, enl. May 1, 1864.
- Christopher Jones, enl. July 4, 1863.
- John Knowles, enl. July 4, 1863.
- Samuel Light, enl. July 1, 1863.
- Samuel Leeds, enl. July 4, 1863.
- Benjamin D. Lakin, enl. July 4, 1863.
- John R. Lakin, enl. July 4, 1863.
- Darius Littleton, enl. July 2, 1863.
- John H. Laney, enl. July 4, 1863.
- William McNair, enl. July 4, 1863.
- John McLane, enl. July 2, 1863.
- Archy McMurchey, enl. July 4, 1863.
- Emery McKee, enl. July 4, 1863.
- John Means, enl. July 4, 1863.
- John P. Nichols, enl. July 4, 1863.
- William A. Nichols, enl. July 4, 1863.
- William Porter, Sr. enl. July 4, 1863.
- William Porter, Jr., enl. July 4, 1863.
- Thomas L. Placard, enl. July 4, 1863.
- Marion Placard, enl. July 4, 1863.
- Julius Paltz, enl. July 4, 1863.
- James F. Prather, enl. July 4, 1863.
- Sampson Peppers, enl. July 4, 1863.
- John Placard, enl. July 4, 1863.
- Wesley Purkiser, enl. May 2, 1864.
- Wesley Peddicord, enl. May 7, 1864.
- Joseph Rogers, enl. July 2, 1864.
- Randolph F. Rush, enl. July 2, 1864.
- David Rush, enl. July 2, 1864.
- Michael C. Riley, enl. May 2, 1864.
- William D. Simmons, enl. July 4, 1864.
- John B. Simmons, enl. July 4, 1864.
- John W. Swick, enl. July 4, 1864.
- George Sargent, enl. July 2, 1864.
- John Stall, enl. July 2, 1864.
- John F. Stairs, enl. July 4, 1864.
- George M. Simmons, enl. July 2, 1864.
- Almetus F. Simmons, enl. April 1, 1864.
- George W. Townsley, enl. July 2, 1863.
- William Tucker, enl. May 2, 1864.
- Lyman Wood, enl. July 2, 1863.
- Enos Waits, enl. July 2, 1863.
- Harvey Walker, enl. May 2, 1864.
- George S. Zugg, enl. July 2, 1863.
- B.F. Zugg, enl. July 2, 1863.
- Wm. R. Hancock, enl. July 2, 1863.
- Andrew J. Cramer, enl. July 12, 1863.
- James Binkley, enl. July 2, 1863.

COMPANY G
- Capt. William Johnson, com, June 30, 1863.
- 1st Lieut. Ezekiel Slade, com. July 7, 1863.
- 2d Lieut. Oliver P. McAdams, com. July 24, 1863.
- 1sr Sergt. Andrew J. Sweet, enl.. July 22, 1863.
- Sergt. Stephen S. Walker, enl. July 24, 1863.
- Sergt. John B. Gillespie, enl. July 29, 1863.
- Sergt. William Dennis, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Sergt. Louis Deel, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Corp. Benjamin S. Pool, enl. Aug. 17, 1863.
- Corp. William A. Kain, enl. July 24, 1863.
- Corp. John H. Belt, enl. July 25, 1863.
- Corp. Saml. Ireton, enl. July 14, 1863.
- Corp. Jonathan Baldwin, enl. June 30, 1863.
- Corp. Dyonisius Ross, enl. April 10, 1864.
- Corp. William G. Homan, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Corp. Thomas D. Still, enl. July 24, 1863.
- W.L. Boulware, enl. July 24, 1863.
- DeWitt C. Boyd, enl, July 23, 1863.
- John K. Boyd, enl. July 24, 1863.
- Samuel Bebee, enl. May 2, 1864.
- John Curlis, Jr., enl. July 22, 1863.
- Asher Curlis, Jr., enl. July 22, 1863.
- Andrew J. Curlis, enl. July 22, 1863.
- William H. Curlis, enl. July 22, 1863.
- Timothy G. Curlis, enl. July 22, 1863.
- William R. Chatterton, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Edwin D. Curlis, enl. May 9, 1864.
- Lewis G. Danberry, enl. July 24, 1863.
- William H. Day, enl. July 24, 1863.
- Elisha F. Day, enl. July 22, 1863.
- Samuel Davison, enl. July 22, 1863.
- John Doughty, enl. May 7, 1864.
- William H. Everhart, enl. July 25, 1863.
- Lemuel W. Franklin, enl. July 24, 1863.
- Nehemiah Green, enl. July 26, 1863.
- Christopher W. Homan, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Thomas Homan, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Jas. D. Homan, enl. July 7, 1863.
- Arthur L. Hodges, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Daniel K. Hardin, enl. July 22, 1863.
- Joseph K. Hardin, enl. July 11, 1863.
- John M. Hardin, enl. May 2, 1864.
- Alexander Ireton, enl. July 24, 1863.
- Francis M. Kain, enl. May 2, 1864.
- Daniel Kain, enl. May 2, 1864.
- John F. Lukemires, enl. July 22, 1863.
- Stephen B. Lewis, enl. July 24, 1863.
- Dennis Ludlow, enl. July 22, 1863.
- Daniel McMillen, enl. May 2, 1864.
- Harnson Moyer, enl. July 22, 1863.
- William Morgan, enl. July 22, 1863.
- Perry McCollum, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Malcolm McCollum, enl. July 21, 1863.
- Charles B. Myrick, enl. July 24, 1863.
- Homer McLain, enl. July 24, 1863.
- William Mondey, enl. July 24, 1863.
- Lorenzo D. Malott, enl. July 24, 1863.
- Zephaniah Maxfield, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Israel N. Morgan, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Jonas Nunnemaker, enl. July 24, 1863.
- Thomas Patterson, enl. July 7, 1863.
- Robert B. Parker, enl. July 21, 1863.
- John D. Rodgers, enl. July 22, 1863.
- Randolph Scott, enl. July 24, 1863.
- Alexander B. Smith, enl. July 24, 1863.
- Marion Smith, enl. July 23, 1863.
- William L. Slade, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Jefferson M. Shotwell, enl. May 2, 1864.
- John Walk, enl. July 31, 1863.
- Oliver E. Walker, enl. May 8, 1864.
- Charles M. Waits, enl. July 12, 1863.
- Robert Wood, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Henry C. Waits, enl. July 24, 1863.
- Mathias Waits, enl. July 23, 1863.
- John Berry, enl. July 18, 1863; trans. from Co. E.
- James Creamer, enl. July 17, 1863; trans. from Co. E.
- Silas Cavolt, enl. July 18, 1863; trans. from Co. E.
- Edwin Harry, enl. July 23, 1863; trans. from Co. E.
- Jacob Miller.
- John S. Cavolt, enl. Oct. 18, 1863.
- George D. Creamer, enl. July 17, 1863.
- Benijah Gustin.
- William Hunter, enl. July 17, 1863.

COMPANY H
- Capt. Daniel W. Stevens, com. Aug. 1, 1863.
- 1st Lieut. Amos Crane, com. Aug. 1, 1863.
- 2d Lieut. Jerome Tice, com. Aug. 1, 1863.
- 1st Sergt. John M. Gest, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Sergt. Willaim J. Greenlee, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Sergt. Francis H. Allen, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Sergt. William B. Shaw, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Sergt. Alfred Squire, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Corp. Josiah Q. Bass, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Corp. Henry C. Dericks, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Corp. Zebina Simkins, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Corp. George W. McGrew, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Corp. Joseph Taylor, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Corp. John J. Bell, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Corp. Francis H. Cotteral, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Corp. Thomas C. Cook, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- John C. Bird, enl. May 11, 1864.
- George W. Bell, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Charles H. Blanchard, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Moses D. Conrad, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Alexander A. Clark, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Moses S. Cooke, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Milton Combs, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Mathias Coler, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- James Cramer, enl. May 11, 1864.
- John M. Cramer, enl. May 11, 1864.
- Oliver P. Dennison, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- William Dericks, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Gilbert Fisher, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- William T. Gatch, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Francis M. Gatch, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- George W. Gatch, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Charles H. Gatch, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- William G. Gatch, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Philip S. Gatch, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Daniel Good, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Andrew J. Garrison, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- James M. Hildebrand, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- George F. Hoffman, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Thomas Hensel, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Robert W. Harvey, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- William O. Hopkins, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- James Huddleston, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Thomas Hill, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Samuel Holt, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Edwin Harry, enl. May 11, 1864.
- Job Hutchinson, enl. May 11, 1864.
- Washington W. Hunt, enl. May 11, 1864.
- Albert Jones, enl. May 11, 1864.
- Jacob S. Jordan, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Stephen R. Kyle, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Louis R. Kautz, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Isaac Knott, enl. May 11, 1864.
- Randolph H. Leming, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- George W. Leming, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Randal R. Leming, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Hiram Leming, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Isaac N. Long, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Joseph N. Longworth, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Arch. Longworth, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Matson R. Aaron, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Abner Matheny, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Samuel McNutt, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- James M. McLaughlin, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- James D. Meek, enl. May 11, 1864.
- Mathias C. Mitchel, enl. May 11, 1864.
- Henry Peters, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- John P. Porter, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- George W. Queal, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Albert F. Queal, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Charles R. Rybolt, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Thomas D. Rybolt, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- David G. Sparks, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- James M. Shaw, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Achilles R. Shaw, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- John W. Sanders, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Lewis W. Smith, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Thomas South, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Warren Shumard, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- William Stewart, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Henry D. Smizer, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Ezra Simkins, enl. May 11, 1864.
- Philip Sells, enl. May 11, 1864.
- Thomas Shumard, enl. May 14, 1864.
- Amos Tudor, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Oliver F. Teal, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- William Waits, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Henry Whitaker, enl. Aug. 1, 1863.
- Stephen Wood, enl. May 11, 164.

COMPANY I
- Capt. S.W. Marsh, com. July 23, 1863.
- 1st Lieut. J.F. Hill, com. July 23, 1863.
- 2d Lieut. W.A. Dallas, com. July 23, 1863.
- 1st Sergt. J.D. Needham, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Sergt. J.F. South, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Sergt. A. Wilson, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Sergt. H.M. Boso, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Sergt. Edward Patchell, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Corp. H.B. Hill, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Corp. A. Davison, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Corp. A. Dougherty, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Corp. Peter South, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Corp. J.F. Burns, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Corp. Joseph Foster, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Corp. James Leming, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Corp. T.W. Marsh, enl. July 23, 1863.
- John Balsizer, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Ambrose Berlien, enl. July 23, 1863.
- James Balser, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Jacob Burns, enl. July 23, 1863.
- William Brewer, enl. July 23, 1863.
- William Carr, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Jeniah Cavolt, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Daniel Craig, enl. July 23, 1863.
- George Dupes, enl. July 23, 1863.
- James Dougherty, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Squire Dunn, enl. July 23, 1863.
- T.D. Ducheman, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Adam Deller, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Nicolas Feveret, enl. July 20, 1863.
- Francis Fomerin, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Francis Foster, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Joseph Foster, Jr., enl. July 23, 1863.
- James Hewitt, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Hermon Hulick, enl. July 23, 1863.
- J.W. Hill, enl. July 23, 1863.
- L.H. Hill, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Uriah Hayworth, enl. July 23, 1863.
- C.C. Hill, enl. July 23, 1863.
- J.J. Hensel, enl. July 23, 1863.
- J.W. Hensel, enl. July 23, 1863.
- A.J. Heath, enl. July 23, 1863.
- B.F. Hill, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Hezekiah Hill, enl. July 23, 1863.
- G.M. Hensel, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Silas James, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Ezekiel Leming, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Antony Leotie, enl. July 23, 1863.
- J.P. Leming, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Aaron Leming, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Stephen Long, enl. July 23, 1863.
- J.W. Lattimer, enl. July 23, 1863.
- S.W. Lattimer, enl. July 23, 1863.
- A. Laymon, enl. July 23, 1863.
- J.S. Moore, enl. July 23, 1863.
- C.O. Malone, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Daniel Marsh, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Lorain Marsh, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Leonidas Medaris, enl. July 23, 1863.
- H.H. Merse, enl. July 23, 1863.
- A.M. Marsh, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Richard Marsh, enl. July 23, 1863.
- George Marsh, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Marcus Marsh, enl. July 23, 1863.
- J.N. Mitchel, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Harvey Meek, enl. July 23, 1863.
- James Needham, enl. July 23, 1863.
- J.G. Oonk, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Henry Offutt, enl. July 23, 1863.
- William Patchell, enl. July 23, 1863.
- John Pattison, enl. July 23, 1863.
- J.N. Pattison, enl. July 23, 1863.
- E.E. Rust, enl. July 23, 1863.
- J.B. Rapp, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Albert Redding, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Zack Robinson, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Darius South, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Thomas South, enl. July 23, 1863.
- John Swift, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Isaac South, enl. July 23, 1863.
- J.M. South, enl. July 23, 1863.
- A.G South, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Samuel Smith, enl. July 23, 1863.
- W.E. South, enl. July 23, 1863.
- C.L. Thompson, enl. July 23, 1863.
- E.A. Ulrey, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Silas Worthington, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Jonathan Whittaker, enl. July 23, 1863.
- F.M. Foster, enl. July 23, 1863.
- M.M. Hill, enl. July 23, 1863.
- Thomas Patterson, enl. July 23, 1863.
- John Collins, enl. July 23, 1863.
- David Vancam, enl. July 23, 1863.
- William Fulko, enl. July 23, 1863.
- William Wright, enl. July 23, 1863.

COMPANY K
- Capt. James W. Deem, com. July 3, 1863.
- 1st Lieut. Edwin D. Titus, com. July 11, 1863.
- 2d Lieut. Daniel Kidd.
- 1st Sergt. Wm. H. Standish, enl. July 21, 1863.
- Sergt. Julius N. Kraner, enl. July 11, 1863.
- Sergt. Wesley T. Sweet, enl. July 11, 1863.
- Sergt. Thomas F. Brown, enl. July 11, 1863.
- Sergt. Nathan J. Troy, enl. July 11, 1863.
- Corp. Daniel Brunk, enl. July 14, 1863.
- Corp. Albert Henrici, enl. July 21, 1863.
- Corp. Andrew J. Applegate, enl. July 21, 1863.
- Corp. Wm. H. Mead, enl. July 13, 1863.
- Corp. James L. Brown, enl. July 10, 1863.
- Corp. Robert L. Gest, enl. July 11, 1863.
- Corp. James N. Lytle, enl. July 11, 1863.
- Corp. John Bricker, enl. July 11, 1863.
- Wm. E. Applegate, enl. May 21,1864.
- Joseph J. Avey, enl. May 21, 1864.
- John M. Avey, enl. May 21, 1864.
- Allen W. Ashburn, enl. May 21, 1864.
- Abel Bounds, enl. July 12, 1863.
- James A. Brown, enl. May 2, 1864.
- Chas. B. Crane, enkl. July 11, 1863.
- Wm. T. Cade, enl. July 10, 1863.
- D.S. Croshaw, enl. July 14, 1863.
- James A. Davis, enl. July 23, 1863.
- William A. Dimmitt, enl. July 18, 1863.
- Chas. H. Evans, enl. July 11, 1863.
- Samuel Fitzwater, enl. July 23, 1863.
- John W. Groves, enl. July 13, 1863.
- Geo. Groves, enl. July 13, 1863.
- Jospeh H. Gest, enl. July 21, 1863.
- John Grant, enl. July 21, 1863.
- Elias M. Glancey, enl. July 4, 1863.
- Erastus Hulick, enl. July 11, 1863.
- Hanson Holter, enl. July 13, 1863.
- Jospeh W. Homan, enl. July 21, 1863.
- George W. Hutton, enl. July 9, 1864.
- Charles Hulick, enl. July 11, 1863.
- Albert Jones, enl. July 26, 1863.
- Thos. H. Jeffries, enl. July 13, 1863.
- Thos. Kidd, enl. July 2, 1864.
- Wm. H. Kidd, enl. enl. July 11, 1863.
- Mathias M. Kugler, enl. July 14, 1863.
- W.M. Kain, enl. July 7, 1863.
- Chas. H. Kain, enl. May 2, 1864.
- John M. Kain, enl. May 2, 1864.
- Charles Kidd, enl. July 11, 1863.
- James P. Leonard, enl. July 11, 1863.
- John R. Mount, enl. July 14, 1863.
- Thos. McGuire, enl. July 13, 1863.
- W.W. McGuire, enl. July 1, 1863.
- W.C. Moyer, enl. July 10, 1863.
- Charles A. Moore, enl. July 11, 1863.
- William Moore, enl. July 11, 1863.
- Mathias C. Mitchell, enl. April 25, 1864.
- James D. Meek, enl. July 18, 1863.
- Oliver McGrew, enl. July 11, 1863.
- Samuel Newberry, enl. Jan. 1, 1864.
- Thomas M. Needham, enl. July 13, 1863.
- Ephraim Orebaugh, enl. Feb. 2, 1864.
- Otis Preble, enl. July 11, 1863.
- Oliver W. Rhodes, enl. July 11, 1863.
- James Robinson, enl. July 10, 1863.
- Charles Robinson, enl. July 11, 1863.
- David V. Ross, enl. July 11, 1863.
- William J. Rust, enl. July 25, 1863.
- Stephen S. Robinson, enl. July 11, 1863.
- Thomas L. Smith, enl. July 11, 1863.
- Josiah Strimple, enl. July 11, 1863.
- Levert Stratton, enl. July 13, 1863.
- James L. Slack, enl. July 11, 1863.
- Andrew J. Sprague, enl. July 13, 1863.
- Anthony Snyder, enl. July 13, 1863.
- Frederick Schoebat.
- Daniel Tate, enl. July 12, 1863.
- George W. Teal, enl. July 13, 1863.
- David F. Thompson, enl. July 13, 1863.
- Thomas Vancamp, enl. July 13, 1863.
- David Wallace, enl. May 2, 1864.
- Charles B. Wills, enl. July 11, 1863.
- Jared Watts, enl. July 13, 1863.
- Jeremiah C. Weaver, enl. July 10, 1863.
- Wright Williams.
- Arthur Wood, enl. July 13, 1863.
- Robert Needham, enl. July 23, 1863.
- David Needham, enl. July 13, 1863.


ONE HUNDRED AND SEVENTY-FIFTH OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY (One Years Men)

COMPANY H
- Corp. Silas Pierce, enl. Sept. 29, 1864.
- James Balser, enl. Sept. 29, 1864.
- Ambrose Berliew, enl. Sept. 24, 1864.
- Francis H. Berger, enl. Sept. 29, 1864.
- Ebon S. Pickelheimer, enl. Sept. 29, 1864.
- John Smith, enl. Sept. 29, 1864.
- Anthony Spets, enl. Sept. 29, 1864; in hospital November and December, 1864.
- Francis M. Sloane, enl. Sept. 29, 1864.

Died
- Daniel Dumford, died in hospital at Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 20, 1864.
- Josiah Hensel, died in hospital at Columbia, Tenn., March 14, 1865.

Recruits not mustered out
- Corp. Orin S. Hadley, enl. Oct. 4, 1864.
- Byron Cramer, enl. Oct. 5, 1864.

COMPANY K
- Sergt. William B. McKee, enl. Aug. 16, 1864.
- Sergt. William N. Hendrixon, enl. Aug. 12, 1864.
- Corp. Robert McLachlan, enl. Sept. 3, 1864.
- Mus. Paign Mullen, enl. Aug. 15, 1864.
- David A. Bryant, enl. Aug. 12, 1864.
- Maffet Cutler, enl. Aug. 24, 1864.
- Zeno Donley, enl. Aug. 30, 1864.
- Eli Farmer, enl. Aug. 26, 1864.
- Washington Galvin, enl. Aug. 16, 1864.
- William H. Hall, enl. Aug. 18, 1864.
- George W. Hendrixon, enl. Aug. 24, 1864.
- Dout W. Jones, enl. Aug. 29, 1864.
- Charles McDulan, enl. Aug. 16, 1864.
- William H. Phillips, enl. Aug. 28, 1864.
- Francis M. Vickroy, enl. Aug. 13, 1864.
- David E. White, enl. Aug. 23, 1864.
- Eliphas L. Ware, enl. Aug. 24, 1864.


ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-FIRST OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

COMPANY E
- Josiah P. Clark, enl. Aug. 25, 1864; trans. from 178th O.V.I., June 15, 1865.


ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-FOURTH OHIO VOLUNTER INFANTRY
This regiment was raised under the last call for troops to serve one year. It was organized at Camp Chase, Feb. 21,1865, and moved to Nashville without delay. It thence proceeded to Chattanooga and other points, and was broken into detachments to do guard duty. It was mustered out at Edgefield, Sept. 20, 1865, and seven days later finally discharged at Camp Chase.

OFFICERS AND MEN FROM CLERMONT COUNTY

COMPANY I
- Capt. John McNeill, com. Feb. 21, 1865.
- 1st Lieut. Archibald McNair, com. Jan. 31, 1865; died in officers' hospital, Nashville, Tenn., March 11, 1865.
- 2d Lieut. William F. Landon, com. Jan.18, 1865.
- Sergt. Robert B. Simpson, enl. Jan. 17, 1865; appointed sergt. Feb. 22, 1865.
- Sergt. William W.W. Scott, enl. Jan. 17, 1865; appointed sergt. Feb. 22, 1865.
- Sergt. James B. McClain, enl. Jan. 26, 1865; appointed sergt. Feb. 22, 1865.
- Sergt. James Boulware, enl. Jan. 19, 1865; appointed sergt. Feb. 22, 1865.
- Corp. John T. Hardy, enl. Jan. 27, 1865; appointed corp. Feb. 22, 1865.
- Corp. William W. Ford, enl. Jan. 19, 1865.
- Corp. Silas D. Winans, enl. Jan. 30, 1865; appointed corp. Feb. 22, 1865.
- Corp. John W. Stewart, enl. Feb. 3, 1865; private at enlistment; pro. June 10, 1865, to fill vacancy caused by death of Corp. Gray.
- Corp. William Reese, enl. Feb. 2, 1865; appointed corp. Feb. 22, 1865.
- Corp. James A. Whiteman, enl. Jan. 18, 1865; appointed corp. Feb. 22, 1865.
- Corp. Thomas J. Nichols, enl. Feb. 2, 1865; appointed corp. Feb. 22, 1865.
- Elijah B. Abbott, enl. Jan. 19, 1865.
- William A. Altman, enl. Jan. 19, 1865.
- George W. Anderson, enl. Jan. 19, 1865.
- William B. Anderson, enl. Jan. 24, 1865.
- Charles C. Brown, enl. Jan. 31, 1865.
- John H. Beck, enl. Feb. 2, 1865.
- Levi L. Beck, enl. Jan. 23, 1865.
- Sylvester J. Brown, enl. Feb. 1, 1865.
- Jackson Behymer, enl. Feb. 9, 1865.
- Samuel M. Bricker, enl. Jan. 24, 1865.
- Otis Betts, enl. Feb. 13, 1865.
- James L. Corbin, enl. Feb. 6, 1865.
- Samuel Clark, enl. Jan. 25, 1865.
- William T. Coble, enl. Feb. 8, 1865.
- John A. Dunham, enl. Jan. 31, 1865.
- Isaac L. Debruier, enl. Feb. 5, 1865.
- Michael L. Dye, enl. Feb. 10, 1865.
- Solomon D. Frazee, enl. Feb. 5, 1865.
- JohnH. Fisher, enl. Jan. 25, 1865.
- Melancthon D. Frazee, enl. Feb. 3, 1865.
- George E. Flick, enl. Feb. 14, 1865.
- George H. Gurn, enl. Jan. 31, 1865.
- Sanford Hollyday, enl. Jan. 16, 1865.
- George Holland, enl. Jan. 24, 1865.
- Joseph F. Hill, enl. Jan. 27, 1865.
- John W. Huling, enl. Feb. 5, 1865.
- William Hillis, enl. Feb. 5, 1865.
- John Hill, enl. Jan. 14, 1865.
- George H. Houston, enl. Feb. 17, 1865.
- George L. Iler, enl. Jan. 26, 1865.
- Christopher Jones, enl. Feb. 1, 1865.
- John Knowles, enl. Feb. 3, 1865.
- James A. Lang, enl. Feb. 1, 1865.
- Edmond Lindsey, enl. Feb. 3, 1865.
- William P. Leeds, enl. Jan. 31, 1865.
- August Lothamer, enl. Feb. 11, 1865.
- Robert McNair, enl. Jan. 19, 1865.
- John Mofford, enl. Jan. 20, 1865.
- Edward Meeker, enl. Jan. 21, 1865.
- William H. McConnaughey, enl. Jan. 31, 1865.
- David H. McCibbon, enl. Feb. 8, 1865.
- William N. Nichols, enl. Feb. 6, 1865.
- Jacob A. Palmer, enl. Jan. 18, 1865.
- John Porter, enl. Feb. 8, 1865.
- Oliver P. Powell, enl. Feb. 10, 1865.
- Samuel Page, enl. Feb. 11, 1865.
- Francis M. Richardson, enl. Jan. 21, 1865; sick in Cumberland Hospital, Nashville, Tenn., Aug. 21, 1865.
- Joseph M. Rodgers, enl. Jan. 19, 1865.
- Charles M. Rolls, enl. Jan. 23, 1865.
- George W. Rodgers, enl. Jan. 31, 1865.
- William D. Rutherford, enl. Jan. 18, 1865.
- John Riggin, enl. Jan. 30, 1865.
- Anthony Shanabruch, enl. Feb. 11, 1865.
- Tedro A. South, enl. Feb. 3, 1865.
- Oliver P. Sims, enl. Jan. 19, 1865.
- Augustus P. Terwilliger, enl. Jan. 31, 1865; sick in Cumberland Hospital, Nashville, Tenn., Aug, 5, 1865.
- Francis M. H. tatman, enl. Jan. 24, 1865; sick in Cumberland Hospital, Nashville, Tenn., Aug, 9, 1865.
- John R. Ulrey, enl. Feb. 9, 1865.
- Theodore M. West, enl. Jan. 18, 1865; sick in Cumberland Hospital, Nashville, Tenn., Aug, 1, 1865.
- William N. White, enl. Feb. 3, 1865.
- Evan M. Ward, enl. Jan. 27, 1865.
- John W. Walker, enl. Jan. 28, 1865; sick in Cumberland Hospital, Nashville, Tenn., Aug, 17, 1865.
- Steven Wilson, enl. Jan. 26, 1865.
- Nathan W. Wilson, enl. Feb. 9, 1865.
- Blair Wilks, enl. Feb. 4, 1865.
- Lewis Walcut, enl. Feb. 13, 1865.

Deaths
- Joseph Bier, enl. Feb. 10, 1865; died in U.S. Hospital, Camp Dennison, Sept. 2, 1865.
- William Colthar, enl. Feb. 3, 1865; died in U.S. Hospital, Nashville, Tenn., March 20, 1865.
- John R. Chatterson, enl. Feb. 1, 1865; died in U.S. Hospital, Nashville, Tenn., March 20, 1865.
- Corp. Aaron S. Gray, enl. Jan. 18, 1865; died in U.S. Hospital, Nashville, Tenn., March 25, 1865.
- Thomas J. Philips, enl. Feb. 3, 1865; died in U.S. Hospital, Nashville, Tenn., March 22, 1865.
- Francis M. Stults, enl. Feb. 7, 1865; died in U.S. Hospital, Nashville, Tenn., March 14, 1865.
- Emanuel Sager, enl. Feb. 13, 1865; died in U.S. Hospital, Nashville, Tenn., Aug. 16, 1865.

Discharged
- Andrew J. Harris, enl. Jan. 18, 1865; disch. from hospital, May 18, 1865.
- James McIntosh, enl. Jan. 24, 1865; disch. from hospital, May 24, 1865.
- James P. Martin, enl. Jan. 26, 1865; disch. from hospital, July 7, 1865.
- Milton Ramey, enl. Feb. 18, 1865; disch. from hospital, May 18, 1865.



ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-NINTH REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

COMPANY H
- William H. Avey, enl. Feb. 25, 1865.



ONE HUNDRED AND NINETY-FIRST OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

COMPANY E
- Nicholas Curree, enl. Feb. 9, 1865.



ONE HUNDRED AND NINETY-THIRD OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

COMPANY E
- Theodore B. Turner, enl. Feb. 6, 1865.


ONE HUNDRED AND NINETY-FIFTH REGIMENT

COMPANY F
- Drummer James L. Bell, enl. Jan. 30, 1865.
- Weston Brown, enl. Feb. 7, 1865.
- Christian Brickel, enl. Feb. 15, 1865.
- Matthew Coler, enl. Feb. 11, 1865.
- Manton, W, Cramer, enl. Feb. 7, 1865.
- Thomas Hensel, enl. Jan. 21, 1865.
- Jesse J. Milner, enl. Feb. 6, 1865.
- Albert L. Tingley, enl. Jan. 25, 1865.
- William Waits, enl. Feb. 2, 1865.

Discharged
Wm. A. Jones, enl. Feb. 11, 1865; disch, May 25, 1865, at Camp Dennison, Ohio.


ONE HUNDRED AND NINETY-SIXTH OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

COMPANY K
- Charles Gates, enl. March 1, 1865.
- John McMath, enl. Feb. 1, 1865.
- William H. Kennedy, enl. Feb. 1, 1865.


FIRST OHIO CAVALRY

COMPANY K
- Corp. Corydon S. Irwin, enl. Sept. 29, 1861.
- Henry C. Fox, enl. Sept. 22, 1861.
- John W. Shirk, enl. Oct. 1, 1861.
- John Young, enl. Sept. 28, 1861.



FIFTH OHIO VOLUNTEER CAVALRY
This organization was originally known as the Second Ohio Cavalry, and was begun at Cincinnati, under the direction of Gen. Fremont, in August, 1861. The removal of the general before it was completed caused some confusion and delay, the difficulty in procuring arms being particularly embarrassing. On the 5th of November, 1861, the regiment left Camp Dick Corwine, near Cincinnati, for Camp Dennison, where the organization was perfected and the troops instructed. On the 26th of February, 1862, orders were received to march for Paducah, which were carried out within the next four days, the different battalions turning out eleven hundred and forty-two men. From Paducah the regiment proceeded to Fort Henry, and thence to Savannah, and participated in the active movements in that part of the country, doing a large amount of scouting. At Pittsburg Landing it behaved with remarkable coolness, and later at Holly Springs the men acted with unusual heroism, some of them firing two hundred rounds from their carbines without changing position. The campaign of the Fifth was transferred to Western Tennessee, and for some time the headquarters were at Memphis, much of the time being taken up in skirmishes with Forrest's cavalry.
Thence the expeditions were extended into Mississippi with most satisfactory results. On the 16th of October, 1863, the regiment entered upon its second winter's campaign by marching towards Chattanooga and Eastern Tennessee, and in the following months made many arduous marches. In the spring and summer of 1864: the regiment participated in the campaign against Atlanta, arriving at Cartersville July 13th. Here the remainder of the summer was passed, occasional forays being made. On the 8th of November the regiment became a part of Kilpatrick's division, and with it made the " march to the sea." Thence, with varying success, they rode through the Carolinas, everywhere manifesting a dash and spirit which caused the enemy to yield. The last service was in Western North Carolina, that department being under the immediate command of Col. Heath of the Fifth. The regiment was mustered out Oct. 30, 1865, after a long but most gallant and meritorious service.

COMPANY A

- Com.-Sergt. Charles Kruse, enl. Nov. 1, 1861.
- 1st Lieut. Thomas Hair, com. Sept. 10, 1861; must. out with company.
- John Simpson, enl. Feb. 24, 1865; detached as military mail-agent at headquarters of military division of Mississippi.
- John. R. McChesner, enl. Sept. 10, 1861; must. out with company at Camp Chase, Ohio, Jan. 27, 1865.
- Capt. Elbridge G. Ricker, com. Sept. 10, 1861; appointed maj. 2d Battalion, Nov. 1, 1861.
- 1st Liet. Isaac S. Quinlin, com. Sept. 10, 1861; pro. To capt. Nov. 1, 1861.
- 2d Lieut. Franklin B. Pepper, com. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Sergt. James Williams, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Com.-Q.M. William E. Nichols, enl. Sept. 16, 1861; appointed 1st lieut. Nov. 1861.
- Sergt. Francis L. Weaver, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Sergt. George W. Conrey, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Sergt. Peter M. Hill, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Sergt. Lewitt T. Earhart, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Corp. George H. Warren, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Corp. George G. Crane, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Corp. Barrington Behymer, enl. Sept. 11, 1861.
- Corp. Oliver P. Straight, enl. Sept. 11, 1861.
- Corp. Andrew M. Lang, enl. Sept. 11, 1861.
- Corp. Charles W. Robinson, enl. Sept. 11, 1861.
- Corp. Henry N. Smith, enl. Sept. 11, 1861.
- Mus. Philip Milner, enl. Sept. 11, 1861.
- Mus. Granville Philips, enl. Sept. 11, 1861.
- Blacksmith Bayard M. Church, enl. Sept. 11, 1861.
- Farrier Harrison P. Rutherford, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Wagoner Jefferson Vangundy, enl. Sept. 16, 1861.
- Saddler Franklin L. Fisk, enl. Sept. 16, 1861.
- Joseph Anderson, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- William T. Armstrong, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Elisha B. Arthur, enl. Sept. 16, 1861; drowned in a well at Huntsville, Ala.
- Joseph Arthur, enl. Sept. 16, 1861.
- Benjamin Arthur, enl. Sept. 16, 1861.
- Angus Burke, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Alonzo M. Burroughs, enl. Sept. 10, 1861; drowned in a well at Huntsville, Ala.
- Randolph Beck, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Alonzo Behymer, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Thomas I. Behymer, enl. Sept. 16, 1861.
- Samuel Barber, enl. Sept. 16, 1861.
- Sidney Cook, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Jonathan Church, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Thomas F. Church, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Leonidas M. Church, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- George W. Church, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Nathan Cook, enl. Sept. 16, 1861.
- David A. Campbell, enl. Sept. 23, 1861.
- William L. Doughty, enl. Sept. 18, 1861.
- Wilford M. Dye, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Peter Dean, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Oscar T. Davis, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Clark Estell, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Benjamin Ely, enl. Sept. 16, 1861.
- Benjamin Earhart, enl. Oct. 23, 1861.
- Hiram W. Floro, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- David Fithen, enl. Sept. 23, 1861.
- William A.B. Gray, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Frederick Glinken, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Martin V. Henderson, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Charles Hopkins, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- William Hicks, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Octavius G. Hitch, enl. Sept. 16, 1861.
- DeWitt C. Kindle, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- David Kilgour, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Washington P. Leeds, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Emerias Line, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Lafayette Leeds, enl. Sept. 16, 1861.
- John K. Morris, enl. Sept. 10, 1861; drowned in a well at Huntsville, Ala.
- William H. Metzger, enl. Oct. 8, 1861.
- Napoleon B. Morford, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Thomas McGahen, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- William H. McMurchy, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Eli McMinis, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- John N. Mattox, enl. Oct. 24, 1861.
- Enos W. Nash, enl. Sept. 16, 1861.
- Granville M. Norris, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- William Penny, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- James Parvin, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Robert A. Patterson, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Samuel G. Pepper, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- William M. Patterson, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Hosea Parvin, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Thomas M. Penny, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- William E. Parker, enl. Sept. 17, 1861.
- Joshua A. Penny, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Richard Penny, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Montraville Rutherford, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- James C. Rutherford, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Leonard F. Raper, enl. Sept. 16, 1861.
- James M. Snider, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- James M. Snider, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Albert B. Smith, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Abraham Short, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Thomas I. Sherman, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Reuben Spaulding, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Levi W. Short, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Francis M. Straight, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- William H. Straight, enl. Sept. 16, 1861.
- William Surry, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Wesley Tedrow, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- John W. Vanosdol, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Allen Winans, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Nicholas Wilson, enl. Sept. 16, 1861.
- Elijah Ward, enl. Sept. 23, 1861.
- George Zuber, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.

COMPANY B
- Sergt. John R. Clarke, enl. Sept. 9, 1861.
- Corp. Alexander Stewart, enl. Sept. 2, 1861.
- Corp. John McGee, enl. Sept. 2, 1861.
- Corp. William W. Williams, enl. Sept. 12, 1861.
- Bugler Smith Fletcher, enl. Sept. 13, 1861.
- Farrier Henry Helschult, enl. Sept. 23, 1861.
- Francis Corts, enl. Sept. 18, 1861.
- Daniel Chambers, enl. Nov. 8, 1861.
- Robert F. Clemons, enl. Sept. 13, 1861.
- James Chalmers, enl. Sept. 7, 1861.
- David Clayton, enl. Sept. 9, 1861.
- James Collins, enl. Sept. 27, 1861.
- Thomas D. Doyle, enl. Sept. 19, 1861.
- John Fields, enl. Sept. 26, 1861.
- George Gourney, enl. Sept. 12, 1861.
- Daniel Hildebrandt, enl. Sept. 2, 1861.
- Francis A. Hutchinson, enl. Sept. 27, 1861.
- Jacob Haney, enl. Sept. 16, 1861.
- David J. Hayward, enl. Sept. 15, 1861.
- Joseph Holleman, enl. Oct. 12, 1861.
- John E. Hildebrandt, enl. Oct. 31, 1861.
- William C. Hildebrandt, enl. Sept. 13, 1861.
- Sylvanus Jones, enl. Sept. 4, 1861.
- Alexander Jones, enl. Sept. 9, 1861.
- Martin Laypole, enl. Sept. 16, 1861.
- Moses Leeds, enl. Sept. 26, 1861.
- Dennis Moore, enl. Sept. 25, 1861.
- Samuel McKinney, enl. Oct. 29, 1861.
- Charles Stackpole, enl. Sept. 16, 1861.
- Henry Sellers, enl. Sept. 18, 1861.
- William Strauss, enl. Oct. 8, 1861.
- Charles L. Van Halley, enl. Sept. 13, 1861.
- John M. Williams, enl. Sept. 13, 1861.
- John W. Warman, enl. Sept. 18, 1861.
- Cortland W. Warman, enl. Sept. 18, 1861.
- Oliver Waits, enl. Oct. 1, 1861.

COMPANY L
- Capt. William H. Fagaly, com. Oct. 3, 1861.
- 1st Lieut. Elijah G. Penn, com. Oct. 3, 1861.
- 2d Lieut. George H. Rader, com. Sept. 27, 1861.
- 1st Sergt. William H. Ulrey, enl. Oct. 16, 1861.
- Q.M.-Sergt. Stephen C. Convey, enl. Oct. 9, 1861.
- Sergt. Richard Lettyett, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Sergt. George W. Budd, enl. Oct. 3, 1861.
- Sergt. Enos I. Searles, enl. Sept. 16, 1861.
- Sergt. John Kindle, enl. Sept. 17, 1861.
- Corp. Tunis Coombs, enl. Sept. 19, 1861.
- Corp. Mahlon Pearson, enl. Sept. 16, 1861.
- Corp. John W. McMahon, enl. Sept. 27, 1861.
- Corp. Isaac Bodman, enl. Sept. 23, 1861.
- Corp. George Dougherty, enl. Sept. 23, 1861.
- Corp. John S. Stall, enl. Oct. 1, 1861.
- Corp. George I. Gillen, enl. Oct. 3, 1861.
- Corp. Samuel H. Jackson, enl. Nov. 6, 1861.
- Mus. Thomas A. Tribble, enl. Sept. 27, 1861.
- Mus. Henry J. Stultz, enl. Oct. 3, 1861.
- Farrier Orestus W. Varley, enl. Sept. 17, 1861.
- Farrier Reason T. Newberry, enl. Oct. 10, 1861.
- Wagoner John Cundiff, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Saddler William Vogt, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- William B. Anderson, enl. Sept. 23, 1861.
- Gilbert G. Burbage, enl. Sept. 23, 1861.
- Frederick Baker, enl. Sept. 16, 1861.
- George W. Berliew, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Jasper Bowmaster, enl. Sept. 23, 1861.
- Nathan Barkley, enl. Oct. 11, 1861.
- John Covert, enl. Sept. 17, 1861.
- Jacob Cook, enl. Sept. 17, 1861.
- Ulysses Dougherty, enl. Oct. 1, 1861.
- John Dougherty, enl. Sept. 23, 1861.
- Elias Demaris, enl. Oct 4, 1861.
- John Dickerson, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- John Donham, enl. Oct. 1, 1861.
- Wm. B. Eppert, enl. Sept. 23, 1861.
- Aaron S. Gray, enl. Sept. 27, 1861.
- August Glenard, enl. Oct. 9, 1861.
- Wm. G. Gerard, enl. Sept. 16, 1861.
- Squire Hughes, enl. Sept. 17, 1861.
- Simeon W. Hayward, enl. Nov. 1, 1861.
- Leander Iler, enl. Sept. 17, 1861.
- Michael H. Kennedy, enl. Oct. 10, 1861.
- Andrew Longhouse, enl. Sept. 17, 1861.
- Wm. B. Manning, enl. Oct. 4, 1861.
- James Morford, enl. Oct. 14, 1861.
- Thomas Montjar, enl. Oct. 4, 1861.
- Wash. L. Mace, enl. Sept. 27, 1861.
- Joseph Moore, enl. Sept. 17, 1861.
- Uriah C. Malott, enl. Oct. 31, 1861.
- Josephus J. Malott, enl. Oct. 31, 1861.
- Leonidas Meeker, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Charles H. Mullen, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Sylvester McClain, enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Orion McClain, enl. Sept. 25, 1861.
- John McCarty, enl. Sept. 25, 1861.
- Ulysses Noble, enl. Oct. 16, 1861.
- Wm. N. Pollard, enl. Oct. 3, 1861.
- Thomas M. Perrine, enl. Sept. 17, 1861.
- Albert R. Pearce, enl. Sept. 23, 1861.
- William Prickett, enl. Oct. 16, 1861.
- Lafayette Rohrer, enl. Oct. 10, 1861.
- Thomas H. Short, enl. Oct. 1, 1861.
- James Smith, enl. Sept. 17, 1861.
- Harrison Snider, enl. Sept. 17, 1861.
- J. Sanders, enl. Oct. 3, 1861.
- Enoch Simpkins, enl. Oct. 16, 1861.
- George Trump, enl. Oct. 3, 1861.
- Benjamin F. Tatman, enl. Sept. 27, 1861.
- J. Willis, enl. Sept. 24, 1861.
- Nelson R. Walker, enl. Oct. 16, 1861.
- Henry C. warren, enl. Sept. 18, 1861.
- Harvey Waits, enl. Nov. 6, 1861.
- Charles Holman, enl. Nov. 12, 1861.
- James Garbutt, enl. Sept. 4, 1861.
- Thomas B. Behymer, enl. Nov. 13, 1861.
- John R. Ward, enl. Nov. 12, 1861.
- Mason C. Blackburn, enl. Nov. 8, 1861.
- Corp. John R. McChesney, enl. Sept. 19, 1861; appointed corp. Nov. 15, 1864.
- Corp. Daniel D. Stewart, Co. M; enl. Sept. 25, 1861; must. out by reason of expiration of term of service.
- Charles Holman, Co. L; enl. Nov. 12, 1861; engaged in battles of Shiloh, Mission Ridge, and Metamesa; must. out by reason of expiration of term of service.
- Lewis W. Sharp, Co. A; enl. Sept. 10, 1861.
- Francis L. Weaver, enl. Sept. 10, 1861; on duty at Duvall's Bluff, Ark.; reported for must. out, Sept. 12, 1864.
- George W. Reese, enl. Jan. 7, 1862; must. out of service.
- John M. Burkhart, enl. March 31, 1865; must. out May 4, 1865.
- Reason T. Newberry,Co.L; enl. Oct. 10, 1861; was prisoner of war; must. out by reason of expiration of term of service.
- William Vogt, Co. L; enl. Sept. 10, 1861; was prisoner of war; must. out by reason of expiration of term of service.
- William B, Manning, Co. L; enl. Oct. 4, 1861; must. out by reason of expiration of term of service.
- John Simpson, Co. A; enl. Sept. 27, 1862; must. out of service.

COMPANY H (DETACHMENT)
- Sergt. Richard Griffith, enl. Aug. 30, 1862; pro. To corp Feb. 1, 1863; to ord. sergt. April 23, 1863.

COMPANY M
- Capt. John Henry, com. Oct. 8, 1861; pro. To maj. From capt., Feb. 1, 1863.
- 1st Lieut. Thomas I. Wood, com. Oct. 8, 1861; dismissed from service, June 10, 1862.
- Capt. William C. Slade, com. Oct. 8, 1861; pro. To capt. from 2d lieut., Feb. 1, 1863.
- 1st Lieut. Joseph W. Gowdy, com. Oct. 3, 1861; sergt. at enlistment; pro. Feb. 1, 1863.
- 2d Lieut. James C. Watson, com. Oct. 9, 1861; sergt. at enlistment; pro. Feb. 1, 1863.
- 1st Sergt. Robert H. Nichols, enl. Oct. 3, 1861; pro. To corp. July 1, 1862; to sergt. Sept. 20, 1862.
- Q.M.-Sergt. John M. Mendleken, enl. Feb. 1, 1862; pro. To corp. Sept. 1, 1862; to sergt. Nov. 1, 1862; reduced to ranks by request.
- Com-Sergt. Thomas Castlen, enl. Oct. 3, 1861; pro. To corp. Nov. 1, 1862; to sergt. Nov. 1, 1862.
- Sergt. James Miller, enl. Sept. 10, 1861; pro. To corp. Nov. 1, 1861; to sergt. Jan. 1, 1863.
- Sergt. Andrew J. Benson, enl. Sept. 25, 1862; pro. To sergt. from private., Jan. 1, 1863; missing while on scout service, Feb. 24, 1864; supposed to be taken prisoner.
- Sergt. Samuel Wilson, enl. Sept. 24, 1862; private at enlistment; pro. Jan. 1, 1863; sick in hospital in Memphis, Tenn., since July 30, 1863.
- Sergt. Benjamin F. Miller, enl. Sept. 12, 1861; pro. To sergt. from corp., Jan. 1, 1863; absent on recruiting service since Dec. 28, 1863.
- Sergt. William H. Kirckpatrick, enl. Sept. 21, 1861; pro. To corp. Jan. 1, 1863; to sergt. Jan. 1, 1864.
- Corp. Joseph Busam, enl. Oct. 4, 1861; pro. To corp. May 1, 1862.
- Corp. David G. Nichols, enl. Oct. 4, 1861; pro. To corp. June 1, 1862.
- Corp. Daniel D. Stewart, enl. Sept. 25, 1861; pro. To corp. June 1, 1862.
- Corp. Charles H. Morris, enl. Oct. 14, 1861; pro. To corp. June 1, 1862.
- Corp. Angus W. Vanosdol, enl. Oct. 16, 1862; pro. To corp. June 1, 1862.
- Corp. Jasper Taylor, enl. Oct. 21, 1861; pro. To corp. Dec. 1, 1863.
- Blacksmith Alpheus T. McCullough, enl. Aug. 29, 1862.
- Saddler Jacob Meyers, enl. Sept. 23, 1861.
- Nicholas Ackerman, enl. Nov. 4, 1862.
- James Beagle, enl. Sept. 16, 1861.
- Jacob Becht, enl. Sept. 24, 1862.
- John Boffing, enl. Sept. 21, 1861; orderly at military commission, Memphis, Tenn., June 1, 1863.
- Louis Bumps, enl. Sept. 12, 1862.
- Edwin Bouchard, enl. Sept. 8, 1862.
- Thomas Boyes, enl. Dec.1, 1863.
- John N. Conrad, enl. Sept. 12, 1861; orderly for Gen. Hurlbut, Memphis, Tenn.
- James Canfield, enl. Sept. 24, 1862.
- James Calhoun, enl. Dec. 25, 1863
- John Evans, enl. Sept. 21, 1861.
- James W. Frazier, enl. Jan. 18, 1864.
- Leonidas D. Floro, enl. Sept. 23, 1863.
- William Fetkother, enl. Sept. 12, 1862.
- Henry Gilbert, enl. Jan. 24, 1864.
- James E. Gift, enl. Nov. 25, 1863
- Julius Hencher, enl. Nov. 1, 1861.
- Theodore Hunt, enl. Sept. 20, 1861.
- Frederick House, enl. Feb. 20, 1862; sick in hosp. at Memphis, Tenn., since July 28, 1863.
- John P. Howe, enl. Jan. 7, 1864; sick in hosp. at Camp Denniosn, Ohio, since Oct. 31, 1863.
- Alexander K. Hill, enl. Sept. 21, 1861.
- Louis Landers, enl. Sept. 16, 1862.
- Martin Laypole, enl. Sept. 6, 1861.
- Samuel Lytle, enl. Dec. 26, 1863.
- John G. Luke, enl. Nov. 23, 1863.
- Jefferson Martin, enl. Feb. 28, 1862.
- Joseph Shumard, enl. Feb. 1, 1862.
- Isaac Stutler, enl. Oct. 4, 1861.

Discharged
- Valentine Anthony, enl. Sept. 20, 1861; disch. for disability, Oct. 29, 1861.
- George W. Clem, enl. Oct. 8, 1861; disch. for disability, Aug. 8, 1862.
- Isaac N. Hughey, enl. Oct. 4, 1861; disch. for disability, Oct. 16, 1862.
- James Dummell, enl. Oct. 31, 1861; disch. for wounds received in battle, Oct.11, 1862.
- Sergt. Ezra Towner, enl. Sept. 20, 1861; disch. for disability, Dec. 13, 1862.
- William Oldhauser, enl. Sept. 23, 1861; disch. for disability, June 6, 1863.
- Martin Perkermyer, enl. Oct. 16, 1861; disch. for disability, Jan. 14, 1863.
- Andrew J. Lindsey, enl. Sept. 20, 1861; disch. for disability, Jan. 29, 1863.
- Oscar Towner, enl. Sept. 21, 1861; disch. for disability, Dec. 15, 1863.
- William H.H. Maguire, enl. Oct. 14, 1861; disch. for disability, May 1, 1863.
- Louis Calhoun, enl. Oct. 3, 1861; disch. for disability, March 13, 1863.
- Peter Mirck, enl. Oct. 5, 1861; disch. for disability, March 12, 1863.
- Adam Kratzer, enl. Oct. 3, 1861; disch. for disability, March 13, 1863.
- Charles McKay, enl. Oct. 8, 1861; disch. for disability, April 28, 1863.
- Alexander N. Baird, enl. Feb. 1, 1862; disch. for disability, May 26, 1863.
- Silas R. Morgan, enl. Oct. 28, 1861; disch. for disability, June 1, 1863.
- Aaron Grey, enl. Oct. 3, 1861; disch. for disability, Sept. 10, 1862.
- John P. Nichols, enl. Oct. 7, 1861; disch. for disability, Dec. 1, 1861.
- Philip House, enl. Sept. 20, 1861; disch. for disability, May 10, 1862
- Ambrose Burlieu, enl. Sept. 4, 1861; disch. for disability, May 10, 1862.
- John W. White, enl. Sept. 4, 1861; disch. for disability, March 10, 1862.

Died
- Clayton W. Shaw, enl. Oct. 3, 1861; died May 22, 1862, at New Richmond.
- Corp. Thomas Shannon, died of disease near Pittsburg Landing, May 5, 1862.
- Corp. John Hobson, enl. Sept. 20, 1861; died Aug. 20, 1863, of consumption, near Pittsburg Landing.
- Elias Clem, enl. Oct. 8, 1861; died June 10, 1863, near Bolivar, Tenn., of chronic diarrhoea.
- Jerome B. Allen, enl. Sept. 20, 1861; died Aug. 25, 1863, near Camp Davies, Miss., of measles.


SEVENTH OHIO VOLUNTEER CAVALRY

On the 25th of August,1862, Governor Tod ordered this regiment to be recruited in the lower river counties and to rendezvous at Ripley. The regiment went into camp Oct. 3,1862, and on the 22d of November the first movement against the enemy was made, the operations being in Eastern Kentucky, and extending into Tennessee and Virginia, being with Gen. Carter in the first raid into East Tennessee. On the 9th of January,1863, we find it at Winchester, Ky., wearied and worn, but gratified with success. More than half the horses had died and much of the journey had to be made on foot. Then followed the active operations in Kentucky, caused by the marauders of John Morgan, and which later in the season were transferred to Ohio, the Seventh being one of the regiments which followed in pursuit of Morgan. In the fall of 1863 the regiment was again in East Tennessee, and the following winter was half starved to death, the famishing troops being unable to get subsistence of any kind for days at a time. On the 4th of July,1864, the Seventh started for Atlanta, and after being engaged at the battle of Franklin, Tenn., was attached to Gen. Wilson's cavalry force, harassed Hood at Nashville, rode through Alabama and into Georgia, being near Andersonville when the war closed. It was mustered out at Nashville, July 4, 1865, having lost by the casualties of war five hundred and sixty-five men.

OFFICERS AND MEN FROM CLERMONT COUNTY

COMPANY D
- 2d Lieut. Washington W. Manning, enl. Sept. 1, 1862; private at enlistment; pro. To sergt., Sept. 30. 1862; to 1st sergt., June 1, 1863; to 2d lieut., April 19, 1864; disch. April 21, 1864; must. in as 2d lieut., April 22, 1864; pro. To 1st lieut., March 18, 1865; not must. in as 1st lieut.
- 1st Sergt. Joseph H. Griffis, enl. Aug. 28, 1862; private at enlistment; pro. April 19; 1864; taken prisoner, July 31, 1864; rejoined company, June 4, 1865.
- Q.M.-Sergt. John H. Teal, enl. Sept. 4, 1862; private at enlistment; pro. To q.m.-sergt., May 1, 1865; taken prisoner, July 31, 1864; rejoined company, June 4, 1865.
- Com.-Sergt. John W. Armacost, enl. Aug. 30, 1862; private at enlistment; pro. May 1, 1865.
- Sergt. George W. Merrill, enl. Sept. 15, 1862; private at enlistment; pro. Sept. 1, 1864.
- Sergt. Harvey Haywood, enl. Sept. 5, 1862; private at enlistment; pro. May 1, 1865; taken prisoner, July 31, 1864.
- Sergt. Henry Hillinger, enl. Oct. 1, 1862; ; private at enlistment; pro. May 1, 1865.
- Sergt. David C. Barrow, enl. Sept. 3, 1862; private at enlistment; pro. May 1, 1865.
- Sergt. Stephen D. Mount, enl. Sept. 3, 1862; private at enlistment; pro. May 1, 1865.
- Corp. Lorenzo Gorman, enl. Sept. 1, 1862; private at enlistment; pro. May 1, 1865.
- Corp. Stephen Parvin, enl. Aug. 28, 1862; private at enlistment; pro. May 1, 1865.
- Corp. Joseph Rodocker, enl. Sept. 1, 1862; private at enlistment; pro. May 1, 1865.
- Corp. Wm. H. Tice, enl. Aug. 28, 1862; private at enlistment; pro. May 1, 1865.
- Corp. John P. Colthar, enl. Sept. 11, 1862; private at enlistment; pro. May 1, 1865; taken prisoner, July 31, 1864; rejoined company, June 4, 1865.
- Corp. John C. Hadley, enl. Sept. 5, 1862; private at enlistment; pro. May 1, 1865.
- Corp. Obadiah McNutt, enl. Aug. 28, 1862; private at enlistment; pro. May 1, 1865.
- Corp. Wm. G. Prickett, enl. Sept. 3, 1862; private at enlistment; pro. May 1, 1865.
- Wagoner Calvin Meeker, enl. Sept. 11, 1862.
- Silburn Armstrong, enl. Sept. 11, 1862; taken prisoner, July 31, 1864.
- John H. Brekenbus, enl. Sept. 5, 1862.
- William Barrow, enl. Sept. 11, 1862; taken prisoner, July 31, 1864.
- Augustus Barbrow, enl. Sept. 2, 1862; one-year recruit.
- William Clair, enl. Sept. 11, 1862.
- William H. Cole, enl. Aug. 30, 1862; trans. to Co. D from Co. H, Nov. 22, 1864.
- Jeremiah Davis, enl. Sept. 5, 1862.
- Isaaac Davis, enl. Sept. 5, 1862.
- James H. Dameron, enl. Sept. 4, 1864; one-year recruit.
- John Davis, enl. Sept. 2, 1864; one-year recruit.
- George W. Dennison, enl. Sept. 2, 1864; one-year recruit.
- Albert Edwards, enl. Sept. 12, 1862.
- Thomas Furlong, enl. Aug. 17, 1864; one-year recruit.
- Joseph G. Fisher, enl. Sept. 2, 1864; one-year recruit; sick in hospital (no place given).
- Varley Gould, enl. Sept. 7, 1862.
- Clinton Glancy, enl. Sept. 8, 1862; taken prisoner, July 29, 1864.
- Jacob Hancy, enl. August 30, 1862; taken prisoner, July 31, 1864; rejoined company, June 4, 1865.
- Williams Hobbs, enl. September 7, 1862; taken prisoner, July 31, 1864.
- G. W. Hill, enl. September 2, 1864; one-year recruit.
- Samuel G. Hall, enl. September 2, 1864; one-year recruit.
- Burnett Helda, enl. October 19, 1864; one-year recruit.
- Robert C. W. Hughey, enl. October 12, 1864; one-year recruit.
- Frank Kuhn, enl. September 3, 1862; taken prisoner by enemy, July 31, 1864; rejoined company, June 4, 1865.
- George Killinger, enl. September 14, 1862; taken prisoner by enemy, July 31, 1864.
- Frank Kreiger, enl. September 20, 1862; taken prisoner by enemy, November 6, 1863; rejoined company, June 4, 1865.
- George G. Krebbs, enl. October 19, 1864; one year recruit.
- Anthony Longhouser, enl. September 6, 1862; taken prisoner, July 31, 1864.
- Robert W. McLean, enl.ed September 10, 1862; taken prisoner, July 31, 1864; rejoined company, June 4, 1865.
- William P. Moore, enl. September 13, 1862; taken prisoner, July 31, 1864.
- John Mohn, enl. October 19, 1864; one-year recruit.
- William Myers, enl. October 22, 1864; one year recruit.
- Abraham D. Manning, enl. September 14, 1864; one-year recruit.
- John R. Nichols, enl. September 11, 1862; taken prisoner by enemy, July 31, 1864.
- Ira Pelton, enl. September 12, 1862.
- Minor Swem, enl. September 12, 1862.
- John W. Smith, enl. September 2, 1862; one-year recruit.
- Charles Vanhorn, enl. September 7, 1862; taken prisoner of war, July 31, 1864.
- John Weaver, enl. September 5, 1862.
- Martin White, enl. September 1, 1862; taken prisoner of war, July 31, 1864.

Resigned
- Capt. Ira Furguson, commissioned August 25, 1862; resigned about October 25, 1862.
- Capt. Eben R. Lindsey, enl. as first Sgt., September 6, 1862; promoted to captain about October 25, 1862; resigned December 25, 1863.
- First Lieut. Lester G Moore, commissioned August 25, 1862; resigned June 3, 1863.

Discharged
- Sgt. Alan W Armacost, enl. August 30, 1862; severely wounded in the engagement at West Gap, Kentucky, June 9, 1863, and discharge an account of wounds, there were 28th 1864.
- Cpl. George W. Armstrong, enl. September 1862; discharge for disability about January 15, 1863.
- Sgt. Frank Browning, enl. September 4, 1862; discharged on or about June 15, 1864, by order, to accept commission in U. S. C. T.
- Samuel C. Beakman, enl. September 6, 1862; discharge for disability on or about August 15, 1863.
- Command Sgt. William N. Bell, enl. September 11, 1862; discharged for disability on or about February 1, 1865.
- Albert P. Hair, enl. September 11, 1862; discharged for disability on or about June 10, 1863.
- QM Sgt. Joseph Lindsey, enl. October 29, 1862; discharged for disability, January 25, 1865.
- Wilbur McLean, enl. September 16, 1862; discharged for disability on or about November 5, 1862.
- E. R. Miller, enl. September 27, 1862; discharged for disability on or about February 20th 1863.
- Columbus Snider, enl. September 1, 1862; discharged for disability, June 10, 1863.
- Sgt. Samuel Rice, enl. September 19, 1862; discharged for disability, March 10, 1863.
- Jacob F. Pride, enl. September 11, 1862; discharged for disability, November 15, 1863.

Transferred
- Command Sgt. William Barber, enl. September 15, 1862; transferred to comm staff; to Regiment command Sgt., April 19, 1864.
- Cpl. Nathan Shin, enl. September 1, 1862, transferred to non-com staff; to Regiment Q. M. Sgt., July 1, 1864.
- William Armstrong, enl. September 13, 1862; transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps, August 15, 1863.
- Elkanah Holmes, enl. September 15, 1862; transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps, they were 27, 1863.
- George Myers, enl. September 5, 1862 transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps about August 15, 1863.
- Casper Matthews, enl. September 5, 1862; transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps about January 1, 1863.
- Zachariah Newbury, enl. September 12, 1862; transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps about January 1, 1863.
- Isaac N. Carter, enl. September 6, 1862; transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps about August 15, 1863.
- Byrnem Temple, enl. September 8, 1862; transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps about August 15, 1863.
- Origin Thompson, enl. September 11, 1862; transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps about February 20, 1863.

Died
- First Lieut. Samuel Murphy, commissioned August 25, 1862 died of disease contracted in service, June 7, 1864.
- Bugler Leonidis Archer, enl. August 28, 1862; killed in engagement at Carter's Station, Tennessee, December 30, 1862.
- Saddler George Arthur, enl. September 10, 1862; taken prisoner November 6, 1863; reported to have died in prison.
- Alonzo B. Butler, enl. September 11, 1862; died of disease in hospital at Lexington, Kentucky, April 1, 1863.
- Edward Butler, enl. September 27, 1862; died of disease in hospital at Lexington, Kentucky, May 10, 1863.
- James Craig, enl. September 10, 1862; died of disease in hospital Lexington, Kentucky, May 24, 1864.
- Marcellus M. Culthar, and was September 29, 1864; taken prisoner August 27, 1864; reported to have died in prison.
- Sgt. Christian Donaldson, enl. September 6, 1862; killed by the enemy at Burnt Hickory, Georgia, May 27 84.
- Jacob Davis, enl. September 5, 1862; taken prisoner July 31, 1864, reported to have died in prison.
- David Fifer, enl. September 11, 1862; died of disease, May 10, 1864.
- William Gorman, enl. September 1, 1862; died of disease, July 2, 1864.
- Alexander Gordon, enl. September 11, 1862; died of disease at Harrodsburg, Kentucky, there were 28 1863.
- Smith A. Gravit, enl. September 11, 1862; taken prisoner November 6, 1863; reported to have died in prison.
- Nathaniel Henning, enl. September 5, 1862; taken prisoner November 6, 1863; reported two of died about September 6, 1864.
- Elijah B. Hall, enl. September 5, 1862; taken prisoner July 31, 1864; died at Annapolis, Maryland, December 31, 1864.
- Sgt. Andrew J. Idlet, enl. September 6 taken 62; taken prisoner July 30, 1864; died at Andersonville, Georgia, January 1, 1865.
- Sgt. George W Lindsey, enl. August 28, 1862; died at Annapolis, Maryland, March 15, 1865.
- Wesley W. Mount, enl. September 2, 1862; killed in an engagement with enemy, June 9, 1863.
- Gilbert B. McGill, enl. September 22, 1862; taken prisoner by enemy, November 6, 1863; died of disease at Annapolis, Maryland, January 10, 1865.
- William L. Miller, enl. November 26, 1863; taken prisoner July 30, 1864; reported to have died while a prisoner of war.
- Leander Penny, enl. August 25, 1864; died of disease in hospital, March 18, 1865, Nashville, Tennessee.
- Jacob Roller, enl. September 10, 1862; taken prisoner by enemy, July 30, 1864; reported to have died while a prisoner of war.
- Samuel W. Swainey, enl. September 5, 1862; taken prisoner by enemy, November 6, 1863; reported to have died while a prisoner of war.
- Peter Sanders, enl. September 29, 1862; taken prisoner by enemy, July 30, 1864; died at Annapolis, Maryland, January 4, 1865.
- Charles F. Stewart, enl. September 5, 1862; taken prisoner by enemy, July 30, 1864; died at Annapolis, Maryland, January 14, 1865.
- Alfred Tribbey, enl. September 1, 1862; taken prisoner by enemy, July 30, 1864; reported to have died, November 30, 1864, while prisoner of war at Millen, Georgia.
- Joseph Trees, enl. September 13, 1862; died of disease in hospital at Danville, Kentucky, February 24, 1863.
- Wagoner James H. Kain, enl. September 16, 1862; died of disease, April 15, 1864.
- Cpl. George W. Vail, enl. September 8, 1862; taken prisoner by enemy, November 6, 1863; reported to have
died while a prisoner of war at Andersonville, Georgia.


NINTH OHIO VOLUNTEER CAVALRY
The Clermont men in this organization were in the battalion which left Camp Dennison there were six 1864, four Nashville, Tennessee, and which was assigned to duty in Alabama. But sometime its operations were confined to the northern part of that state, extending southward in East until a union was affected with Gen. Sherman's lines, near Marietta, on the 22nd of July. After some active engagements in Georgia it was ordered to Louisville to procure a fresh supply of horses, and then again started for Atlanta, where it joined the Federal forces in the march to the sea, rendering most efficient service in protecting the infantry. In the march through the Carolinas and large number of horses having been rendered unfit for service, part of the men were organized into a "dismounted command." Both branches of the Regiment acquitted hemselves with great bravery in the latter stages of the war, often coping with the enemy at great odds. After the surrender of Johnston the Ninth was ordered to Concorde, North Carolina, where he remained on duty till the last of July, 1865. On the 2nd August, 1865, the regimental colors were turned over to Columbus, Ohio.

OFFICERS AND MEN FROM CLERMONT COUNTY
- Capt. Asbury P. Gatch, commanded December 2, 1863; was captain since organization of the company.
- First Lieut. James Boileau, commanded March 21, 1865; promoted from secular tenants, Co. D, same Regiment.
- 1st Lieut. Peter F. Swing, commanded December 2, 1863; promoted to captain of Co. F, same regiment.
- 2nd Lieut. Amos Briner, commanded December 16, 1864; promoted from 1st Sgt., Co. H, same Regiment, December 16, 1864.
- 2nd Lieut. William B. Ely, commanded December 2, 1863; promoted to 1st Lieut. Co. K, same Regiment, December 16, 1864.
- 1st Sgt. John E. Hutchinson, enl. November 11, 1863; remoter from Sgt. to 1st Sgt., June 12, 1865.
- Quartermaster Sgt. Halsey H. Glassford, enl. December 5, 1863; veteran.
- Command Sgt. Randolph S. Swing, enl. September 4, 1863.
- Sgt. Andrew Taylor, enl. October 21, 1863.
- Sgt. James H. Sapp, enl. September 20, 1863.
- Sgt. John H. Ireton, enl. October 13, 1863; promoted from corporal, June 12, 1865.
- Sgt. Benjamin F. Zugg, enl. September 23, 1863; promoted from Cpl., June 14, 1865.
- Cpl. Stephen Martin, enl. October 17, 1863.
- Cpl. Lucius F. Woodruff, enl. November 18, 1863; prisoner, held by enemy, February 10, 1865.
- Cpl. John Barnes, enl. January 1, 1864.
- Cpl. William Agar, enl. November 30, 1863.
- Cpl. Elliott B. McKeever, enl. November 17, 1863.
- Cpl. John L. Johnson, enl. September 16, 1863; private at enlistment; promoted May 1, 1865.
- Cpl. William A. Armstrong, enl. October 17, 1863; veteran; private at enlistment; promoted June 12, 1865.
- Cpl. Francis M. Hinton, enl. November 30, 1863; private at enlistment; promoted June 14, 1865.
- Blacksmith John Davidson, enl. November 20, 1863; paroled at Camp Columbus, Ohio.
- Elijah Allen, enl. December 5, 1863; veteran.
- Henry C. Alves, enl. October 5, 1863.
- James F. Ankrum, enl. September 4, 1863.
- George M. Apgar, enl. October 20, 1863; veteran.
- John E. Applegate, enl. December 30, 1863.
- Nelson Armstrong, enl. October 17, 1863; sick in hospital.
- Ashabel Barnes, enl. January 1, 1864.
- James M. Boyd, enl. November 30, 1863.
- John Brandenburg, enl. November 18, 1863.
- William Brown, enl. October 30, 1863.
- Edmond Birdsall, enl. October 13, 1863; sick and hospital at Louisville, Kentucky.
- Message B. Butler, enl. November 6, 1863.
- James W. Calhoun, enl. September 26, 1863.
- Milton Campbell, enl. January 27, 1864; veteran.
- William A. Critchfield, enl. January 4, 1864; veteran.
- Joseph Davis, enl. October 27 18 63.
- John S. Day, enl. September 3, 1863.
- Dennis Dondenue, enl. November 2, 1863; prisoner, held by enemy, April 11, 1865.
- William L. Doughty, enl. September 24, 1863.
- Simpson G. Dowdell, enl. November 20, 1863.
- Henry Engle, enl. December 2, 1863.
- Marcellus Fagin, enl. October 3, 1863.
- George W. Fee, enl. September 29, 1863.
- James Gallagher, enl. November 4, 1863; paroled at Camp Columbus, Ohio.
- Henry Hadley, enl. September 29, 1863; veteran.
- Thomas J. Hartman, enl. September 7, 1863.
- Thomas R. Hartman, enl. October 14, 1863; paroled at Camp Columbus, Ohio.
- Alfred Hughes, enl. October 20 86 3.
- Cloyd Johnson, enl. November 17, 1863; veteran.
- Peter Keller, enl. September 24, 1863; veteran
- Erastus A. Kelley, enl. October 15 1863; prisoner, held by the enemy since April 11, 1865.
- George Killinger, enl. November 25, 1863.
- Ephraim T. Leeds, enl. October 10, 1863.
- Felix M. Leever, enl. October 29, 1863.
- Benjamin Light, enl. September 29, 1863.
- James B. Light, enl. some 24th 1863.
- Levi W. Lindsey, enl. October 12, 1863.
- John A. Mace, enl. August 26, 1863.
- Iredell Malott, enl. December 3, 1863.
- Jerome McDonald, enl. October 10, 1863.
- Richard McMullen, enl. November 17, 1863.
- Joseph Moore, enl. December 2, 1863; sick in hospital at (no place given).
- William Moore, enl. October 23, 1863.
- Adam Morgan, enl. October 14, 1863.
- Charles Morris, enl. November 1, 1864.
- John T. Mullen, enl. November 7, 1863; prisoner; all by enemy since April 11, 1865.
- Augustus Nichols, enl. September 4, 1863; prisoner; held by enemy since April 11, 1865.
- Thomas W. Potter, enl. November 7, 1863.
- John Price, enl. November 11, 1863; veteran.
- Andrew J. Reynolds, enl. September 24, 1863.
- Thomas E. Riles, enl. November 4, 1864.
- Andrew M. Scott, enl. January 5, 1864.
- William E Shafer, enl. September 5, 1863; prisoner; held by enemy since February 10, 1865.
- Cyrus L. Shumard, enl. December 4, 1863.
- Oliver P. Smith, enl. September 24, 1863.
- Thomas C. Smith, enl. September 24, 1863.
- George Snell, enl. September 24, 1863.
- William Taylor, enl. October 22, 1863.
- William B. Thomas, enl. October 29, 1863; veteran.
- Michael White, enl. September 29, 1863.

Discharged
- 1st Sgt. Riley Y. Woodlief, enl. October 27, 1863; discharged March 26, 1865, to enable him to muster as 2nd lieutenant, Co. H, same regiment.
- For Sgt. Quincy A. Brown, enl. November 9, 1863; discharged June 12, 1865, for disability.
- Command Sgt. William D. Johnson, enl. September 11, 1863; discharged June 14, 1865, for disability.
- Blacksmith Edward Doughty, enl. September 2, 1864; discharged June 13, 1865 per order War Department.
- John B. Armstrong, enl. September 2, 1864; discharged June 13, 1865, by order of War Department.
- Daniel L. Curtis, enl. September 4, 1863; discharged June 28, 1865, by order of War Department.
- Joseph Doughty, enl. September 2, 1864; discharged June 13, 1865, by order of War Department.
- John B. Dumford, enl. September 10, 1863; discharged May 25, 1865, by order of War Department.
- Francis A. Hitch, enl. September 2, 1864; discharged June 13, 1865, by order of War Department.
- Tolten Jackson, enl. September 24, 1863; discharge May 25th 1865, by order of Or Department.
- Thomas McDonald, enl. November 5, 1863; discharged January 26, 1864, by order of War Department.
- Jacob Rapp, enl. November 8, 1863; discharged May 25, 1865, by order of Secretary of War.
- George W. Phillips, enl. September 2, 1864; discharged June 13, 1865, by order of Secretary of War.
- Jordan M. Sanders, enl. September 24, 1863; discharge June 13, 1865, for disability.
- Theodore F. Sherman, enl. September 24, 1863; discharged May 27, 1865, by order of Secretary of War.
- George Taylor, enl. October 1, 1863; discharged May 25, 1865, by order of Secretary of War.
- Vincent White, enl. November 4, 1863; discharged January 26, 1864, for disability.
- Thomas P. White, enl. September 2, 1864; discharged May 25, 1865, by order of Secretary of War.

Transferred
- Sgt. Benjamin F. Kauffman enl. November 19, 1863; transferred September 1, 1864, to Co. D, same regiment.
- Benjamin F Loyd, enl. October 21, 1863; transferred April 1, 1865, by order, to Veteran Reserve Corps.

Deaths
- John Jeffries, enl. January 2, 1864; died of measles dear Nashville, Tennessee, February 28, 1864.
- John Liggett, enl. October 23, 1863; died at Athens, Alabama, of typhoid fever, April 11, 1864.
- Sgt. Mordecai Miller, enl. September 24, 1863; died at Athens, Alabama, of typhoid fever, April 28, 1864.
- Daniel Campbell, enl. December 5, 1863; died of chronic diarrhea at Camp Dennison, Ohio, July 5, 1864.
- Sandford Homan (no date); died of erysiplas at Mooresville, Alabama, July 31, 1864.
- Abel Silvers, enl. November 7, 1863; died of intermittent fever in Clermont County, Ohio, October 22, 1864.
- Uriah Hadley, enl. November 20, 1863; died of gunshot wound, received in action at Beaufort, South Carolina, January 6, 1865.
- James Young, enl. September 29, 1863; cause of death not known; died in Clermont County, Ohio, March 22, 1865.
- Isaiah Shafey, enl. October 26, 1863; cause of death not known; died at Chattanooga, Tennessee, December 15, 1864.
- Nicholas Gillian, enl. Dec. 30th 1863.
- Joseph McNeil, enl. generally with 1863.


ELEVENTH OHIO CAVALRY

COMPANY E
- William Brower, enl. June 23, 1863; veteran volunteer; serve the regimental band; served in 27th O.V.I. to August 17, 1862.


THIRTEENTH OHIO VOLUNTEER CAVALRY


COMPANY D

- William Alger, enl. March 17, 1864.
- Thomas Brenen enl. March 23, 1864.
- Philip Brand, enl. April 7, 1864.
- Stephen Cunkle, enl. March 17, 1864.
- James E. Crist, enl. March 20, 1864.
- Thomas T. Doughty, enl. March 17, 1864.
- William H. Davis, enl. April 5, 1864.
- Frederick Driefenbach, enl. April 7, 1864.
- Amos Dixon, enl. March 23, 1864.
- Moses Edwards, enl. March 23, 1864.
- Collier Fenner, enl. March 23, 1864.
- John H. Oliver, enl. March 19, 1864.
- Lewis Smith, enl. April 15, 1864.
- Edward E. Whitcomb, enl. March 20, 1864.
- James Welch, enl. April 7, 1864.
- Lewis Walter, enl. April 4, 1864.
- James Wilson, enl. April 7, 1864.

COMPANY E
- Joseph Lewis, enl. March 22, 1864; discharged July 4, 1865.

COMPANY I
- William M. Pollard, enl. August 19, 1864; discharged June 8, 1865.

MARINE SERVICE
- William W. McFarland, engineer on gunboat "Cincinnati," on Mississippi River.
- William Shannon, engineer on gunboat "Cincinnati," on Mississippi River.



FIRST REGIMENT LIGHT ARTILLERY

COMPANY F
- 1st Sgt. William L. McLefresh, enl. August 15, 1861.
- 1st Sgt. William F. Miller, enl. August 15, 1861.
- Q.M. Joseph L. Berlin, enl. August 23, 1861.
- Cpl. William the. Campbell, enl. August 15, 1861.
- Artificer William H. Hickey, enl. September 2, 1861.
- Artificer Charles Bratten, enl. September 15, 1861.
- Frank Armacost, enl. September 1, 1861.
- George Bell, enl. September 21, 1861.
- Joseph E. Bratton , enl. August 15, 1861.
- Baniford Bell, enl. August 15, 1861.
- William Drummond, enl. September 2, 1861.
- William S. Ewart, enl. September 17, 1861.
- J. W. King, enl. September 25, 1861.
- John Lafaber, enl. November 11, 1861.
- Frank Messenger, enl. August 13, 1861.
- Peter Miller, enl. September 11, 1861.
- John L. Matthews, enl. October 1, 1861.
- Samuel W. Prather, enl. August 15, 1861.
- William F. Price, enl. August 15, 1861.
- James Ryan, enl. August 15, 1861.

COMPANY H

- John B. Gilfillen, enl. December 30, 1861.



SECOND REGIMENT HEAVY ARTILLERY

COMPANY B
- William C. Runyan, enl. July 7, 1863; veteran brigade at enlistment; appointed Cpl. August 5, 1863; reduced to ranks November 26, 1863.
- Peter L. Runyan, enl. July 7, 1863.

COMPANY C
- Gilmore C. Jones, enl. August 3, 1863.

COMPANY D
- Jacob Wolf, enl. June 24, 1863.

COMPANY H
- Burton N. Bricker, enl. July 2, 1863; veteran.
- Frank J. Cooper, enl. January 25, 1863.
- John F. Dennis, enl. January 20, 1863.
- George W. Hood, enl. July 31, 1863.
- Albert Martin, enl. July 21, 1863.
- James White, enl. June 25, 1863.
- Elijah Reeds, enl. July 21, 1863.
- Amos Shelle, enl. July 22, 1863.
- Holly J. Sargent, enl. 26th 1863.
- Samuel L. Ulrey, enl. September 1, 1863; musician at enrollment.
- Burton M. Brickler, enl. July 2, 1863.
- Oscar I. Boyd, enl. July 2, 1863.
- Peter T. Walker, enl. August 6, 1863.

Discharged
- for Sgt. John W. Smith, enl. August 12, 1863; discharged to accept commission as 2nd lieutenant, tendered by Governor of Ohio, September 28, 1864.
- For Sgt. Marion McDonald, enl. July 11, 1863; discharged to accept commission as 2nd lieutenant, tendered by Governor of Ohio, June 25, 1865.
- Thomas W. Ladson, enl. July 21, 1863; discharged at Knoxville, Tennessee, May 15, 1865.



FIRST REGIMENT OHIO INDEPENDENT BATTERY

BATTERY NUMBER 1, CAPT. KIRTLAND'S COMPANY

- 1st Sgt. William T. Moreton, enl. August 16, 1862; promoted from Q.M. Sgt., December 14, 1864, 2 1st Sgt., January 5, 1865.
- Q.M. Sgt. William S. Barkley, enl. August 16, 1862; promoted from Cpl., July 16, 1864, to Q.M. Sgt., January 5, 1865.
- Sgt. Mark Fitzwater, enl. August 22, 1862; promoted from Cpl., July 16, 1864 to Sgt., Dec 14, 1864.
- Sgt. Alexander K. Price, enl. August 24, 1862; Monday from Cpl., July 16, 1864, to Sgt., December 14, 1864.
- Cpl. Jesse Rogers, enl. August 15, 1862; private at enlistment; promoted July 16, 1864.
- Cpl. William Johnson, enl. August 21, 1862; private at enlistment; promoted September 1, 1864.
- Bugler Leander Zimmerman, enl. August 15, 1862.
- Levi B. Armacost, enl. August 14, 1862.
- John L. Barber, enl. August 12, 1862.
- George Clark, enl. August 20, 1862.
- Amos Camery, enl. August 16, 1862.
- William Edwards, enl. August 28, 1862.
- Wesley R. Fee, enl. August 12, 1862.
- Theodore Galaski, enl. August 12, 1862.
- Luke Leonard, enl. August 25, 1862.
- Harvey W. Moorehead, enl. August 12, 1862.
- Thomas E. Slack, enl. August 15, 1862.
- Henry C. Stewart, enl. August 16, 1862.

Discharged
- William Buchanan, enl. August 17, 1862; discharge May 3, 1865.
- Aaron Dunberry, enl. August 6, 1862; discharged from hospital at Gallipolis, Ohio, September 16, 1864.
- Joseph H. Fee, enl. August 14, 1862; discharged September 12, 1864, to accept promotion
- James A. Patterson, enl. August 21, 1862; discharged from hospital at Gallipolis, Ohio, September 1864.
- George W. Purkhiser, enl. August 24, 1862; discharged from hospital at St. Louis, October 1864.
- David Rush, enl. August 16, 1862; discharged at Fayetteville, Virginia, January 27, 1863, for disability.



FIFTH UNITED STATES COLORED TROOPS
COMPANY A
- Anderson J. Broddis, enl. August 25, 1864.

COMPANY B
- Samuel Beverly, enl. June 2, 1863; killed in action at Chapin's Farm, September 29, 1865.
- Cpl. Jeremiah Lewis, enl. June 29, 1863; died of disease at Point of Rocks Hospital.
- Cpl. William Lewis, enl. June 29, 1863; died of disease at Hampton, Virginia, August 12, 1864.
- George Walclen, enl. July 7, 1863; died of disease at Point of Rocks Hospital.
- Cpl. Marquis L. Simons, enl. July 24, 1863; killed in action at Chapin's Farm, Virginia, September 29, 1864.
- Cpl. Franklin Slone, enl. June 20, 1863.
- Cpl. John H. Stewart, enl. June 28, 1863.
- Thomas Bundy, enl. June 27, 1863; in hospital.
- Creed Calmees, enl. June 1, 1863.
- Charles Cosby, enl. June 11, 1863.
- Franklin Cole, enl. June 27, 1863; in hospital.
- Henry Cousins, enl. June 27, 1863.
- Noah Cooper, enl. July 6, 1863.
- John Dole, enl. May 30, 1863.
- Andrew Jackson, enl. July 8, 1863.
- William Jones, enl. June 24, 1863.
- Robert Miemes, enl. July 1, 1863.
- George Tanner, enl. June 24, 1863.
- George White, enl. May 20, 1863.

Discharged
- Garrett Blair, who is June 30, 1863; discharged November 30, 1863, for disability.
- James Coleman, enl. July 7, 1863; discharged June 7, 1865, for disability.
- George Gales, enl. June 1, 1863; discharged May 18, 1865, for disability.
- Cpl. James Hill, enl. June 7, 1863; discharge May 18, 1865, for disability.
- Richard McDonald, enl. June 27, 1863; discharge May 18, 1865, for disability.
- Edward Mickey, enl. June 20, 1863; discharge May 18, 1865, for disability.
- Charles McCraw, enl. June 27, 1863; discharge May 18, 1865, for disability.
- William Valentine, enl. June 13, 1863; discharged June 24, 1865, for disability.
- Henry Zimmerman, enl. June 27, 1863; discharge May 18, 1865, for disability.
- Horace Sewards, enl. June 3, 1863; discharge May 18, 1865, for disability.

Died
- Cpl. James Bow, enl. June 2, 1863; died of disease at Newborn, North Carolina, September 9, 1860.

COMPANY C
- David Smith, is this a June 27, 1863.

COMPANY F
- William Harris, enl. July 25, 1863.

COMPANY K
- Thomas Alexander, enl. August 6, 1864.
- Benjamin Bailey, enl. August 6, 1864.
- Green Sayers, enl. August 6, 1864.
- John Burrell, listed August 6, 1864.
- Rice Malcomb, enl. August 6, 1864.


CLERMONT WAR MONIES

The county was no less ready to give a pecuniary support to the war than to furnish men; but here again occurs a difficulty, which make it impossible to give Clermont credits which she deserves. In but a few instances have the records of the Township trustees and local organizations, showing the amounts paid out, then preserved, in the aggregate can only be approximated. For the relief of the families of the volunteers Legislature passed several acts, creating the volunteer relief fund, to wit: May 10 1061, authorizing a levy of half a mill a dollar; February 13, 1862, 3/5 of a mill on a dollar; March 21, 1863, one mill; February 25, 1864, two mills; and April 16, 1865, 2 mills. In addition bills were passed authorizing the townships of the State to levy taxes for bounty purposes, and to clear themselves of a draft, if one were ordered. Aside from the amounts thus raised and disbursed by townships and local organizations (of which no records exist), the county paid out for bounties substitutes, $146,098.47; and for the relief of soldiers' families, $46,743.18,-- and aggregate of $210,307.65, paid to aid in carrying out awards to suppress the Rebellion. During the war the sum of $96,700.90 was sent home by the soldiers, through the volunteer relief fund, for the support of their families.

 

THE KIRBY SMITH RAID IN THE MORGAN INVASION
The threatened raid of the rebel General Kirby Smith in the fall of 1862 was justly the occasion of much alarm. His rapid movements to Kentucky towards the unprotected border directed attention to the possibility of an invasion, which, under a daring leader, would hardly meet with any check. In this emergency the enlistment of troops was hurried on, and that Governor tried to arouse the people to a sense of their danger by issuing the following proclamation:

"Cincinnati, Ohio, September 2, 1862.
"TO THE LOYAL PEOPLE OF THE RIVER COUNTIES:
"Our southern border is threatened with invasion. I have, therefore, to recommend that all loyal men of your counties at once form themselves into military companies in regiments, to beat back the enemy at any point in all points he may attempt to invade the State. Gather up all arms in the country furnish yourselves with ammunition for the same. The service will be of but few days' duration. The soil of Ohio must not be marched over by the enemies of our glorious government.
"DAVID TOD, Governor"

 

The people responded with alacrity, and every species of firearms was gotten in readiness for use should the dreaded enemy come, when it was proposed to march en masse upon the border and repelled the rebel horde. The grotesque figures the countrymen presented, armed most generally with shotguns, caused them to be called the "squirrel hunters;" but there can be no question, had they been called on to do actual service they would have fought with desperation of men whose all is at stake, and might have done as much execution soldiers whose heart was not in the struggle. Soon after this proclamation it appeared as if Kirby Smith intended to invade Ohio through Clermont. The relief cause the wildest alarm. In appeal was made to the Governor to place the county under martial law, and to invest the Provost Marshal with unusual powers. In response to this entreaty, acting Governor Stanton granted the request, proclaimed martial law in Clermont, and placed the county in charge of O.P.S. Fee, as Provost Marshal. The letter at once appointed a number of deputies, to whom the arms bearing population were ordered speedily report, so that there might be some concert of action in case of invasion. Upon the return to Columbus of Governor Tod, the day following, he had once annulled the order, which by this time and cause great confusion among the people of the county, by writing the following letter:

 

"THE CITY OF OHIO, EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT,
"COLUMBUS, SEPTEMBER 11, 1862.
"O.P.S. Fee, Esq., Felicity, Ohio:
"DEAR SIR,--I have at this moment ascertain the attempted extent of authority given you by Lieut. Gov. Stanton, and I regret to find that it far exceeds any sewing that I myself could give you. I am desirous that the people of the border counties should voluntarily form military organizations, but, in the absence of law, it must be purely voluntary.
"As Gov. Stanton acted in the manner entirely without my knowledge, he, of course, without authority, and hence your acts are void knowing well to acted from the best of motives, you must not construe this as censuring you; on the contrary, I'm obliged to you and all who acted with you for your efforts in arousing the people to the sense of their danger.
"Very truly yours,                         
"DAVID TOD, Governor."

 

The excitement caused by these matters was soon forgotten, the more stirring events of the war claiming the attention of the people for nearly a year a sense of security prevailed along the border, when Clermont was again agitated by the threatened invasion of John Morgan. Although moving towards the State below the county is believed by some of his rate would extend up the Ohio almost heavily on the river counties. A few days served to realize the worst fears, all doubts being removed by the actual presence of the rebel chieftain. With a force of about 2000 men he crossed the Ohio into the State of Indiana, and after making a feint toward Indianapolis, moved rapidly up the river, striking Clermont County on the 13th July, 1863. This march was so rapid that the people living 8 or 10 miles beyond the line were not aware of his being in the county. In general, this movement was over the Williamsburgh, Batavia, and Cincinnati turnpikes, but scouting parties passed to the right and the left, taking with a free hand whatever pleased their fancy, without reference to its actual worth or utility, although a strong preference was everywhere manifested for horses. But few, if any, of the citizens were treated with indignity or subjected to insult.

The night of the 13th July, 1863, was spent by the rebels in the village of Williamsburgh, general Morgan having its headquarters at the Kain House. The halt was made for the sake of affording the jaded horses and exhausted men the rest they needed, the command having been on the march all the previous night. Beyond the noise made by the patrols in the street, the village was never quieter night, and there was but little apprehension of harm to life or home. Early the next morning the notes bugles called the men to duty, and after having eaten a tasty breakfast the entire force disappeared. By 8 o'clock that a man remained; before they took their final departure it burned a bridge in Williamsburgh. Several hours later the advance guard of Gen. Hobson's forces, in pursuit of Morgan, passed through Williamsburgh, forwarding the East Fork a short distance above the burning bridge. The troops continue to pass through the village all forenoon, but the raiders, now refreshed, were many miles in advance, spreading everywhere the terror which attached to the name of John Morgan.

In addition to the regular forces which pursued the rebels, thousands of militia men joined in the chase. In Clermont 507 men, constituting 7 companies, were under orders several days for this purpose, at a cost to the government of $1328.51. In their zeal and haste to do something to thwart the rebel chieftain, some of their actions bordered on the ludicrous. It having been reported that Morgan meant to make a retrograde movement and pillage Cincinnati, the militia set to work to fill trees across the roads at a time when the Raiders were 40 miles eastward. And Williamsburgh, before the rebels appeared, an attempt was made to form the citizens into a company to offer armed resistance, which rapidly was cut short by the arrival of Morgan's scouts. The rate through the county, aside from many ludicrous incidents which necessarily attached, was characterized mainly by the destruction of property by both forces which gave rise to the


MORGAN RAID CLAIMS

In pursuance of an act of the Legislature of Ohio (passed by the 56 General Assembly of the State), provision was made for the appointment of 3 commissioners to examine and report on all claims growing out of the Morgan rate, and return their proceedings, their findings, and the facts upon which each claim was founded. The board, consisting of Alfred McVeigh, of Fairfield; George W. Barker, of Washington; and Henry S. Babbett, of Franklin Counties, proceeded to each county to which Morgan and his forces passed, and conducted with great care their investigations. The plan of examination was to require each claimant to state under oath the particulars relating to his claim,--as to the property owned by him which was taken, destroyed, or injured by the rebels, or Union forces in pursuit thereof; as to its value at the time; whether he had ever received any compensation for the same in any form; and whether said property had been listed in Ohio for taxation in 1863. The examinations were conducted publicly, and the claimant's found themselves surrounded by their neighbors and acquaintances, who could, by testimony, confirm or refute their statements as truth and justice demanded. The losses at the hands of the rebel forces have never been paid, but Congress settled most of these incurred at the hands of the Union forces; and the few remaining ones unliquidated will be paid this year. We give an abstract claims allowed for property taken, destroyed, or injured by the rebels Clermont, the post office of the owner:

H. C. Anderson, Williamsburgh; one horse - $70
T. W. Anderson, Williamsburgh; 2 horses, one watch and clothing - 215
Levi Armacost, Williamsburgh; course, watch, hat - 35
John Atchley, Williamsburgh; 2 horses, wagon, hay, groceries, grain, damage to buggy - 430
J. Balzhiser, Owensville; horse and bridle - 125
W. S. Atchley, Williamsburgh; saddlery goods - 25
Emily Barber, Mulberry; saddle and harness - 20
Alexander Beall, Williamsburgh; groceries and provisions - 75
Lewis Behymer, Marathon; horse and harness - 100
W. T. Beatty, Goshen; quarter horses, saddles, bridles - 490
S. S. Beltz, Newtonville; horse - 75
Frederick Berger, Williamsburgh; horse - 80
James Bickmore, Belfast; cash and horse damaged - 80
C. W. Bilafield, Owensville; bread, cakes, money, liquors, and groceries - 50
John Birkett, Williamsburgh; drygoods, boots, shoes, and corn - 1,500
Robert Blair, Williamsburgh; 2 horses, wheat, harness - 200
J.S. Bone, Batavia; 3 horses - 300
John Bools, Leesburg; 2 barrels beer
Noah Booso, Owensville; for horses, buggy, gun, harness, clothing, jewelry, and cash - 550
William Boyd, Williamsburgh; 2 horses, corn, harness, - 290
John Boyle and J. C. Springer, Owensville; 2 horses - 275
Joseph S. Branch, Branch Hill; damages to horse, recovered, settle, blanket, and bridle - 90
J. H. Brown, Mulberry; one horse - 125
B. F. Buckingham, Miamiville; one horse and meat - 148
J. And J. F. Burns, Owensville; horse, harness, corn - 100
C. T. Burnside, Bethel; horse, harness, blanket, - 84
D. C. Carter, Williamsburgh; damage to horse, recovered - 30
Samuel Carter, Williamsburgh; 2 horses, blankets, jewelry - 200
John Carter, Williamsburgh; one horse - 100
R. M. Chatterton, Bethel; horse, wagon, harness, blanket - 48
Philip Chatterton, Williamsburgh; spring wagon - 70
James Clark, Belfast; 2 horses, harness - 125
Reader W. Clarke, Batavia; one pony - 50
Clermont County, bridge over east fork at Williamsburg - 2,700
A. B. Cleveland, Amelia; 2 horses, and damage to horse, recovered - 120
John Cobb, Williamsburgh; horse, 2 halters - 140
A. R. Combs, Mulberry; one horse - 125
John Collins, Miamiville; clothing, pistol, jewelry, trunk, fruits, etc. - 60
Joseph Courtot, Owensville; one horse and bridal, damage to horse, recovered - 100
Rebecca Cox, Mulberry; saddle and bridle - 12
Christian Criegor, Batavia; liquors, crackers, etc. - 9
Asher Curlis, Sr., Afton; one rifle - 15
John Custer, Sr., Mulberry; 5 horses in one mule - 700
Joseph Custer, Goshen; one horse - 125
William Durrah, Goshen; 2 horses, saddle, bridle - 200
A. D. Dougherty; 2 horses and halters - 250
James A. Davis, Afton; gun and accoutrements - 25
John Davidson, Owensville; one horse - 30
Ezekiel Dimmitt, Owensville; groceries, boots, shoes, dry goods, etc. - 350
O. Dudley & Sons, Williamsburgh; horse, bridle, corn - 81
Joseph Dufau, Owensville; clothing, provisions, harness, damage to 2 horses, recovered - 75
David Dumford, Goshen; one horse - 150
William Dumford, Williamsburgh; rifle, ammunition - 10
J. S. Dustin, Batavia; 2 horses - 200
J. Duttenhoffer, Owensville; one horse, halters, damage to horse, recovered - 200
Mary Dwyer, Leesburg; cash, oats - 25
John Elliott, Miamiville; 2 horses, corn - 150
George M. Ellis, Williamsburgh; one horse - 100
J. B. Ellis, Williamsburgh; one horse - 60
John Irvin, Mulberry; four horses - 240
Martha J. Everhart, Williamsburgh; one horse - 100
O. E. Everhart, Williamsburgh; one pair boots - 8
H. H. Ferguson, Williamsburgh; corn, hay, and damage to fencing and cornfield - 25
W. G. Ferguson, Miamiville, 2 horses - 270
Snowden Ferree, Owensville; one horse - 125
Artis Fitzwater, Miamiville; 2 horses, mule, grain - 230
Lewis Fitzwater, Miamiville; 2 mules - 230
John Fitzwater, Sr., Miamiville; for horses, corn, oats, wheat, sacks, harness - 380
Samuel Fitzwater, Williamsburgh; one horse - 5
Valentine Flegle, Goshen; one horse - 50
J. F. Florey, Goshen; one horse - 100
Joseph Foster, Owensville; goods for variety store in cash stolen - 400
Z. Furlong, Batavia; one horse - 100
Mrs. E. H. Gage, Batavia; one horse - 150
Nicholas Gall, Owensville; groceries, dry goods, cash, and horse - 285
John Gipson, Batavia; one horse - 0
George Girarchy, Bethel; spring wagon, harness - 70
J. W. Glancey, Williamsburgh; one horse - 125
J. W. Glenn, Goshen: one horse and blacksmith tools - 80
William Hale, Mulberry; horse, hay, corn - 60
Joseph Harrison, Batavia; horse, hay, harness - 75
George B. Harry, Williamsburgh; horse, saddle, gun, bridle, and halter - 100
Jacob Hartman, Cherry Grove; one horse - 50
J. N. Henning, Henning's Mill, one horse - 115
D. H. Hill, Goshen; horse, saddle, bridle - 92
Hezekiah Hill, Owensville; one horse - 100
John B. Hill, Owensville; one horse - 120
S.V. Hill, Sr., Miamiville; horse and bridle - 75
Rev. W. E. Ilines, New Richmond; clothing, provisions, etc. - 28
Arthur J. Hodges, Batavia; 1 gun - 20
Sebastian Hoog, Owensville; one horse - 95
A. J. Hoover, Williamsburgh; horse, bridle, halter, corn, and hay - 75
Abe Hulick, Batavia; 2 horses - 200
Erastus Hulick, Batavia; 3 horses - 300
Newton Hutchinson, Miamiville; 2 horses, clothing, watch - 200
S. R. Hutchinson, Miamiville; 2 horses, saddle, corn, damage to recovered horse - 270
R.B. Irwin, Goshen; horse and halter - 80
F. X.Iuen, Owensville; horse, goods from store - 400
John B.Iuen, Marathon; clothing, provisions, harness, and damage to spring wagon - 100
Blair Jeffries, Olive Branch; horse and bridle - 100
John Johnston, Cincinnati; one horse - 100
John Johnston, Loveland: one horse - 80
Daniel Kain, Williamsburgh; cash stolen - 30
John W. Kain, Williamsburgh; horse, corn, hay, and 136 meals - 127
Catherine Keller, Owensville; 2 horses - 245
Adam Kline, Batavia; 75 pounds crackers, 8 pounds cheese, retail prices, per order Dick Morgan - 50
William Klock, Belfast; one horse - 75
Lytle Knott, Belfast: one horse - 104
John Kugler, Milford; 3 horses, 5 meals, saddles and bridles - 700
William Lattimer, Owensville; spring wagon, or shoes, and tools
Erasmus Laughlin, Henning's Mills; one horse - 75
John Laughlin, Henning's Mills; one horse - 100
T. M. Leeds, Williamsburgh; one horse - 60
H. W. Leever, Miamiville; 1 saddle - 7
H. G. Leever, Miamiville; 2 mules - 300
Melissa Leffingwell, Leesburg; grain from mill - 40
Charles Legrand, Owensville; corn and horse - 150
Ezekiel Leming, Mulberry; 2 horses - 250
R. H. Leming, Mulberry; one horse - 100
Uriah Leming, Mulberry; one horse - 125
H. W. Lewis, Williamsburgh; one horse - 75
John F. Lewis, Williamsburgh; 2 horses - 250
Henry Long, Owensville; harness, and damage to his carriage - 35
Moses Long, Owensville; 2 horses - 300
William Lyle, Williamsburgh; 2 horses, buggy, harness, corn, provisions - 320
James Lyon, Owensville; cash, jewelry, clothing, provisions - 50
Dorcas Lytle, Williamsburgh; 2 horses and corn - 195
John W. Lyle, Williamsburgh; corn, hay, wheat, saddle, harness, and damage orchards and fences - 140
Rowan Lytle, Williamsburgh; wheat destroyed, corn, hay, 10 acres meadow, bridles, damage to fencing, harness,
and one coat - 300
Thomas W. Lytle, Williamsburgh; corn, harness, damage to wagon - 140
Little Miami, Columbus and Xenia Railroad Company, Leesburg; damage to locomotive, for passenger cars, and one
baggage car, in this county - 13,700
Manner Maham, Batavia; one horse, damage to recovered horse - 100
Benjamin Maham's estate, Batavia; one horse, damage to recovered horse - 160
George Maham, Batavia; horse and two bridles - 150
John W. Maham, Batavia; one horse - 135
Levi Maham, Batavia; horse and bridle - 125
Samuel Maham, the Tapia; horse, bridle, and damage to horse, recovered - 155
John C. Malone, Batavia; 2 horses - 200
W. W. Malott, Williamsburgh; cash, pistol, blanket, and knapsack - 9
John Marsh, Owensville; 2 horses, halters, bridle - 145
Joseph Marsh, Owensville; one horse - 50
William Marsh, Batavia; one horse, halter, horseshoes - 110
O. P. McAdams, Williamsburgh; one silver watch, provisions, household goods - 40
A. F. McCall, Williamsburgh; one horse - 100
Levi McFarland, Owensville; one horse - 100
Thomas McFarland, Owensville; one horse - 80
Archibald McLean, Williamsburgh; 2 horses - 200
W. S. McLean, Williamsburgh; horse, corn, hay, and provisions - 40
J. F. McMillen, Williamsburgh; corn and harness - 58
J. D. & G. A. McNutt, Williamsburgh; corn, halter, bridle - 32
John McNutt, Henning's Mills; 2 horses and harness - 225
William Megrue, Mulberry; 7 horses - 840
Samuel Mershon, Williamsburgh; 2 horses - 110
W. L. Miller, Williamsburgh; horse, saddle, blanket, and harness - 88
Ezekiel Mitchell, Marathon; damage to horse, recovered, harness, blankets - 56
David Mitchell, Batavia; damages to horse, recovered, watch, grain, harness - 25
Eliza E. Moore, Batavia; one horse - 140
John D. Moore tab Batavia; damage to 2 horses - 50
Nathaniel Moore, Williamsburgh; 6 coats, 6 pair of pants, 4 vests - 30
George F. Morris, Goshen; one horse - 80
Peter Morris, Williamsburg; horse, bridle, hay, corn, provisions - 200
William Meisinger, Owensville; clothing - 20
W. H. Myers, Goshen; 3 horses - 263
J. M. Needham, Owensville; horse and damage to one horse, recovered - 165
Daniel O'Connell, Cincinnati; 3 horses, damage to buggies, harness, and grain - 500
John G. Oonk, Owensville; horse and tailor's stock - 375
A. J. Orr, Loveland; 2 horses - 275
A. Oskamp, Miamiville; 11 horses, one carriage, harness, grain, and 43 sheep - 1,800
Robert Parker, Batavia; one horse - 100
A. J. Patton, Williamsburgh; corn, gun, provisions - 36
William Pattison, Owensville; groceries, dry goods - 80
Dr. L. T. Pease, Williamsburgh; corn, and one horse, wagon - 200
Martin G. Pease, Williamsburgh; corn, harness, wheat, straw, overcoat - 75
Mahlon Pearson, Afton; corn, provisions, overcoats, halters, and damage to recovered horse
Holly R. Perrine, Leesburg; ready-made clothing - 300
George A. Peterson, Williamsburgh; one horse - 80
John J. Peterson, Williamsburgh; 1000 pounds of hams, 2500 pounds of shoulders, corn, hay, and harness - 400
Valentine Phillips, Owensville; boots and shoes - 15
N. Poland, Mulberry; cash from person - 6
G. W. Pool, Miamiville; one horse - 75
J. A. Porter, Mulberry; 3 horses and bridles - 300
John Purkis, Owensville; one horse - 125
Benjamin Rapp, Owensville; damage to horse, recovered, saddle, bridle - 50
John Rapp, Owensville; 2 horses - 200
Joseph B. Rapp, Owensville; horse, household goods, damage to recovered horse - 200
William Rapp, Owensville; 3 horses, gun, clothing - 350
A. Reading, Owensville; one horse - 125
J. A. Rhodes, Batavia; suit of clothing, gun damaged
Richards & Sargent, Leesburg; boots, shoes, leather - 60
G. W. Ritter, Mulberry; horse, buggy, bacon, harness, and damage to stallion, recovered - 395
M. F. Robinson, Miamiville; one horse, oats, hay, damage to 2 horses, recovered - 140
J. W. Sanders, Miamiville; one horse, provisions - 80
Zach Sanders, Miamiville; one revolver, cash, gold breast pin, clothing, and provisions - 32
George Sapp, Belfast; horse and halter - 100
Arnold Snider, Goshen; horse and halter - 125
D. H. Sharp, Williamsburgh; saddlery goods - 50
Dr. E. C. Sharp, Sr., Williamsburgh; horse, saddle, corn, hay, fencing - 140
E. C. Sharp, Jr., Williamsburgh; horse and saddle - 135
John H. Sharp, Williamsburgh; dry goods, hats, boots, shoes, groceries, hardware - 2,000
M. D. Sharp, Williamsburgh; when wagon, corn, oats, and cash - 86
J. B. Shaw, Milford; one horse - 200
Thomas Shields, Owensville; one horse - 60
Daniel Shough, Goshen; 3 horses, harness, saddle, 30 grain sacks, damage to horse, recovered - 450
A. C. Shumard, Owensville; one horse - 120
Francis Shumard, Monterey; one horse - 125
Richard Shumard, Owensville; one horse - 100
William Shumard, Sr, Owensville; one horse - 100
Ezra Simkins, Mulberry; one horse - 75
John Simkins, Jr., Goshen; one horse, and damage to horse, recovered - 100
Mark Simkins, Williamsburgh; clothing, jewelry, cash, broken truck - 30
Slack & Hickox, Williamsburgh; grain, harness, provisions, peach trees - 40
Jacob Smith, Goshen; horse and cash - 150
John Smith, Goshen; one horse - 80
Samuel Goshen, Goshen; one horse - 70
W. R. Smith, Williamsburgh; aprons, horseshoes, nails, and tools - 25
Snell & McAdams, Williamsburgh; 3 horses - 200
John Snider, Owensville; one horse - 40
Henry South, Owensville; one horse - 60
J. F. South, Owensville; horse and halter - 80
Peter South, Owensville; 2 horses - 190
Dean Spar, Owensville; one horse - 100
John Spetz, Batavia; one horse - 80
John M. Stark, Batavia; 2 horses, rivals, lines, and corn - 250
George H. Stewart, Miamiville; horse, hay, one pair of boots, provisions - 170
B. N. Stockton, Williamsburgh; dry goods, roots, shoes, hats, groceries, etc. - 600
A. J. Stratton, Williamsburgh; saddle, bridle, corn, harness, and 40 meals to rebels - 24
Eli Stratton, Williamsburgh; 2 horses and damage to Turnpike
Peter Stroup, Goshen; horse and watch - 95
Alexander Stewart, Batavia; one horse - 65
Hiram Sweet, Afton; one horse - 122
Aaron Thompson, Loveland; horse and corn - 130
Jacob Thompson, Miamiville, horse and grain - 120
John Thompson, Miamiville; one horse - 100
E. D. & S. Titus, Batavia; one horse - 50
William Ulrey, Owensville; one horse - 80
John Vowinkle, Owensville; one horse - 100
Jacob Wainwright, Goshen; one horse - 75
S. S. Walker, Williamsburgh; Army clothing - 20
F. A. Warden, Williamsburgh; drugs, medicines, cigars, jewelry, notions - 45
G. W. Ware, Owensville; horse, saddle and bridle - 125
Jonathan Watts, Williamsburgh; one horse - 75
Andrew Wiedman, Owensville; one horse - 130
Elisha Williams, Owensville; horse, bridle, and provisions - 70
Ezra Williams, Goshen; one horse and damage to horse, recovered - 175
John Williams, Williamsburgh; one horse, corn, hay, one locket, cash - 120
Warren Williams, Belfast; saddle, bridle, guns, and earrings - 20
John Wood, Williamsburgh; 2 horses and bridles - 300
Mrs. Susan Woodlief, Miamiville; 2 horses, one bridle, and grain - 280

PROPERTY TAKEN, DESTROYED, OR INJURED BY THE UNION FORCES IN PURSUIT OF THE REBELS
Nelson Applegate, Batavia; one horse - $140
Abijah Applegate, Batavia; one horse - 65
John C. Armstrong, Perin's Mills; 1 horse - 130
W. J. Ashton, Williamsburgh; one horse - 150
David Atchley, Afton; one horse - 110
Samuel Bass, Mulberry; one horse - 100
Andrew Beagle, Olive Branch; one horse - 145
William Belt, Williamsburgh; one horse - 125
J. M. Bennett, Palestine; expenses incurred in care of wood boat ordered to Cincinnati to avoid it's being used by rebels
Samuel Bennett, Palestine; one skiff destroyed - 10
Lines Berger, Mulberry; horseshoes and tools - 20
Samuel Blanchard, Milford; one horse - 140
William Black, Batavia; one horse - 140
Henry Bowman, Milford; one horse - 70
Abel Bowes, Afton; 2 horses - 275
John M. Boyer, Loveland; one horse - 100
John S. Branch, Batavia; one horse - 200
Harland Broadwell, Mt. Carmel; one horse - 150
Henry P. Brown, Mulberry; one horse - 65
James Brown, Batavia; one horse - 80
John Brunk, Batavia; one horse - 75
C. J. Buckingham, Miamiville; one horse - 135
Horatio Buckingham, Miamiville; one horse - 150
Wesley Burnet, Afton; one horse 100
John Carter, Perin's Mills; one horse - 140
W. R. Chatterton, Henning's Mills; 75 bushels corn - 60
A. B. Cleveland, Amelia; corn, hay, harness, use and attention of 'bus and back, horses, and men 3 days, and
one set harness lost - 60
Francis Cline, Owensville; one horse
Rebecca Cox, Mulberry; one and a half tons of hay - 20
Christian Craver, Owensville; one horse - 150
Gilbert Cullin, Owensville; one horse - 50
Asher Curlis, Jr., Afton; one horse - 125
John Curlis' estate, Afton; one horse - 130
W.O. Curlis, Afton; one horse - 140
E. S. Dole, Nicholsville; damage to recovered horse - 25
A. E. Davis, Milford; 2 horses and halters - 200
George M. Davis, Batavia; corn and hay - 50
Henry Davis, Milford; horse, saddle, bridle - 75
Ira I. Davis, Milford; 3 horses - 225
Joseph Davis, Milford; 300 bushels corn - 245
Joseph Davis, Junior, Milford; one horse - 150
Robert F. Davis, Milford; one horse - 150
Joshua B. Davis, Batavia; saddle and bridle - 10
Richard Davis, Milford; one horse - 75
William Davis, Williamsburgh; one horse - 80
Robert Dial, Olive Branch; one horse - 150
E. D. Duckwall, Batavia; 300 bushels corn and one horse - 280
Moses Duckwall, Batavia; 60 bushels corn - 36
James Duckwall, Batavia; 3 horses - 250
Jerry Durham, Withamsville; one horse - 125
J. S. Dustin, Batavia; corn - 12
John Eglehoff, Milford; one horse - 125
Isaac Edwards, Milford; one horse - 135
William Edwards, Milford; one horse - 150
D. M. Fagin, Palestine; one skiff destroyed by Lieut. Fitch, United States Navy - 12
J. W. Felter, Batavia; one horse - 75
Isaac Ferree, Williamsburgh; one horse - 100
William Fossett, Moscow; one skiff destroyed by Lieut. Fitch, United States Navy - 10
W. M. Fryman, Williamsburgh; one horse - 125
Francis Gall, Owensville; one horse - 140
B. F. Garland, Mulberry; one horse - 125
J. R. Garland, Mulberry; 2 horses - 190
A. M. Gatch, Milford; 2 horses - 210
George S. Gatch, Milford; 2 horses - 200
Thomas R. Gatch, Milford; 2 horses - 160
Joseph Gest, Batavia; one horse - 25
James Given, Mt. Carmel; one horse - 100
David Haines, Batavia; one horse - 65
J. H. Hamilton, Batavia; 3 horses, hay, and corn - 270
C. P. Parker, Mulberry; corn, oats, hay, meal, and damage to peach orchard - 200
Charles Haskell, Afton; one horse and corn - 125
Samuel Haythorne, Batavia; one horse - 30
Joseph H. Gest, Batavia; gold watch and chain (it is watch and chain under tree in orchard from rebels; Union
forces entered premises for fruit, and while there the property was taken)
Lorentz Heeg, Mt. Carmel; one horse - 100
G. W. Heitman, Williamsburgh; one horse - 100
Solomon Heitman, Mt. Carmel; one horse - 130
Henning & Varley, Henning's Mills; one horse - 35
A. W. Hill, Mt. Carmel; horse and halter - 125
Thomas Hitch, Bantam; one horse - 140
A. J. Hodges, Batavia; one horse - 130
Alfred Holter, Olive Branch; 2 horses - 270
Joel Homan, Williamsburgh; 2 horses - 175
Thomas Homan, Williamsburgh; one horse - 130
C. R. Hulick, Batavia; one horse and hay and oats - 90
John M. Hunt, Olive Branch; 2 horses - 220
G. W. Hutton, Williamsburgh; one horse - 100
Thomas Jones, Perin's Mills; one horse - 140
Joshua A. Judd, Moscow; skiff destroyed ferryboat damaged by Lieut. Fitch, USN
Stephen Judd, Amelia; 2 horses - 110
H.V. Kerr, Batavia; one horse - 30
John M. Hutchinson, Marathon; one horse
Adam Kline, Batavia; corn and hay - 40
Jesse D. Knabb, Palestine; expenses at Cincinnati and towing boat therefrom to Palestine
John F. Lane, Batavia; one horse - 120
Samuel Lane, Mt. Carmel; one horse - 120
Daniel Leaf, Milford; one horse - 150
J. W. Leever, Miamiville; one horse - 125
Philip Lindsey, Palestine; one skiff destroyed by order of the tenant Fitch of U.S. Navy - 6
John Lukemires, Afton; one horse - 120
Rowan Lytle, Williamsburg; one horse - 130
William Lytle, Williamsburg; 3 horses - 325
L.D. Malott, Williamsburgh; one horse - 75
Joseph Marriott, Milford; 2 horses - 275
Joseph Martin, Mount Carmel; 2 horses - 220
Lewis J. Martin, Mt. Carmel; one horse - 125
Joseph Marshal, Afton; one horse - 140
John Maham, Batavia; corn, hay, provisions, and whiskey - 44
David McAfee, Batavia; 2 horses - 220
Nancy McFarland, Olive Branch; one horse - 85
Leonard McGarvey, Mulberry; one horse - 75
Lewis McKeever, Williamsburgh; one horse - 110
John McNutt, Henning's Mills; one horse - 100
Charles Medaris, Owensville; one horse - 100
William Megrue, Mulberry; 3 horses and corn - 300
Charles Maguire, Olive Branch; 2 horses - 200
George W. Moar, Palestine; taking trading boat into skiffs to Cincinnati and return, by order of Lieut. Fitch,
U.S. Navy
John Moore, Batavia; one horse - 125
Lindsay C. Moore, Batavia; one horse - 150
Eri J. Morton, New Richmond; damages to two flat boats by order of Lieut. Fitch, U.S. Navy - 150
George F. Morris, Goshen; damage to mule, recovered - 40
H. Mount, Batavia; one horse - 25
A.J. Orr, Loveland; one horse - 75
Jacob H. Mount, Batavia; one horse - 75
A.Oskamp, Miamiville; one horse - 145
Elizabeth Packard, Loveland; 2 horses - 250
I. P. Park, Williamsburgh; one horse - 100
J. M. Patchell, Stonelick; one horse - 80
Dr. L. T. Pease, Williamsburgh; one horse, with saddle, bridle, and halter - 138
J. A. Penn, Batavia; one mule - 150
Ira Perin, Perin's Mills; one horse - 75
John I. Peterson, Williamsburgh; one horse - 150
William Philhower, Milford; one horse - 150
J. M. Phillips, Mt. Carmel; one horse - 125
G. W. Pool, Miamiville; one horse, halters, bridles, wheat, and 7 hams - 140
W. Y. Potter, Mulberry; one horse - 100
J. B. Reed, Owensville; one horse - 140
J. A. Rhodes, Batavia; 8 bushels of corn
Alfred N. Robinson, Miamiville; one horse - 150
Daniel Roudebush, Batavia; horse and halter - 81
Henry Rust, Batavia; 2 horses - 140
Charles J. Rybolt, Mulberry; 2 horses - 235
Edward S. Scott, Moscow; damage to wharf boat by order of Lieut. Fitch, U.S. Navy - 50
Charles Shepherdson, Batavia; one horse - 95
O.M. Shumard, Perin's Mills; 2 horses - 270
Slack & Hickox, Williamsburgh; 2 horses - 70
Asa Smith, Amelia; one horse - 125
C. M. Smith, Batavia; 7 fur hats and 8 pounds of tobacco, receipted for by Lieut. G. M. Clark, 2nd Tennessee
volunteers (Union) - 23
John Q. Smith, Williamsburg; one horse - 150
Philip Smizer, Mulberry; one horse - 100
D. W. C. Snider, Palestine; 3 skiffs, two destroyed and one taken away by gunboat commanded by Lieut. Fitch,
U.S. Navy - 30
B. H. South, Williamsburgh; horse, saddle, and corn - 52
William South, Owensville; one horse - 120
Martin Spahr, Stonelick; horse and saddle - 125
John Stadtmiller, Mount Carmel; one horse
Eli Stratton, Williamsburgh; damage to turnpike from Batavia to Williamsburgh by passage of troops and trains
J. M. Sweeney, Olive Branch; one horse - 130
A. J. Sweet, Afton; 2 horses and notion wagon - 280
James Tate, Batavia; 2 horses - 270
Thomas Thompson, Batavia; 2 horses - 275
S. & E. D. Titus, Batavia; one horse - 100
William Tudor, Mulberry; corn, hay, fodder, damage to meadows, cornfield, and orchard, and to one horse,
recovered - 137
Jacob L. Teal, Perin's Mills; 2 horses - 270
W. H. Ulrey, Owensville; one horse
Joel Vail, Milford; one horse - 150
George R. Wageman, Batavia; one horse - 100
Charles H. Weaver, Batavia; 3 horses, saddle, and 2 bridles - 321
F. C. Weaver, Batavia; one horse - 140
H. G. Weaver, Batavia; one horse - 120
J. A. Weaver, Batavia; corn and hay - 36
W. W. Weaver, Batavia; one horse - 110
J. J. Wier, Palestine; 2 skiffs, with oars, carried away by gunboat commanded by Lieut. Fitch, U.S. Navy - 35
Charles S. Wood, Afton; one horse - 100
Elias Wood, Goshen; one horse - 100
Isaac Worstell, Batavia; corn, hay, and horse shoeing tool - 32

For these properties receipts were sometimes given by Union officers of the Indiana Legion, 45th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, 8th Kentucky Cavalry, Law's Michigan Battery, 2nd East Tennessee Volunteers, 1st Kentucky Cavalry, 2nd Ohio Volunteer Cavalry, 26th Kentucky Volunteers, and Lieut. Fitch, commanding gunboat on the Ohio. Some of the property was taken by the orders and under the authority of Generals Burnside and Hobson. Some of the valuations, it will be observed, a very small; but in those instances where there were any doubts as to their worth the valuations were taken from the tax duplicates, as returned by the owners. In the case of A. J. Sweet, the horses were given to United States forces, and the receipt taken; but the peddler's wagon, which had been drawn into the thicket to conceal it from the rebels, was rifled by United States troops through a misunderstanding. In the case of W. H. Ulrey, the Union forces were returning with a lot of captured horses fed them overnight in a field adjoining one where Mr. Ulrey had his horse, which was missing the next day; but his claim was not allowed. The teams of Aaron B. Cleveland (then carrying the mails from Batavia and Williamsburgh in hacks and buses to Cincinnati) were taken by the Indiana Legion to convey soldiers to Cincinnati, and they gave him a horse as pay for the use; but the horse was replevined by William Watson, of Springdale, and Mr. Cleveland, out of his bill of $187.75, got $60. In some instances there being no evidence of the horses being taken by government forces, the claims were of course rejected. It will be readily noticed that the rebels seized everything, from cash and jewelry upon people's persons up to horses and wagons, not forgetting liquors, while the Union forces took only the things necessary to aid them in pursuit of the fleeing rebels.

 



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